Albuquerque Morning Journal Newspaper Archives Jan 16 1926, Page 14

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Albuquerque Morning Journal (Newspaper) - January 16, 1926, Albuquerque, New Mexico January 16. 1926albuquerque morning journal Page five baked hot tins in n pineapple Fluffy soak for two hours one half Pound of marshmallows in the juice from a can of pineapple. When ready to nerve Dice the pineapple Ami mix in a cup of chopped English walnuts. Whip one half pint of Cream and mix into this the marshmallows pineapple and nuts. Serve in Sher i bet glasses. Ever since a very famous party in Boston Long before the discovery of Oil in this country Tea parties have been the a it Ness of it in United states society. Whenever it is impossible to Dine a great celebrity or celebrities a Tea party is the proper form. When one wishes to stage a reception and break the stiffness of it a bit one announces a a reception and there Are any number of forms this sort of a party May take. There is a Tea for two a Black Tea. Green Tea. Orange Pekoe. Which brings to mind the Story of two flapper maids who sauntered into a local restaurant ordered Tea Orange Pekoe and then in the Little pleasantries Over their Tea cups spoke one maid to the other a a and to you just taste the Orange in this a irrelevant As All this May be there is going to be a very Lovely Tea party at the woman a club this afternoon. It is in Honor of Tho wives of Oil men on their Way to los Angeles for the Petroleum Institute convention and is being sponsored by the woman a club and the chamber j Light Ana add sifted dry my Rcd Tim Aid of n funnel at the it her 1 ants. Add Corn. Prop from a Tea end of the tonal pipe pour Boti Jim hint breakfast apples top Cream baking powder biscuits Maple syrup baked Bacon Coffee or substitute i Uno con Corn fritters Date bread fruit salad i hot chocolate dinner broiled beef Steak with peas French Fried potatoes lettuce and Cucumber salad pineapple fluff wafers Coffee Tod a s i t Ipi scorn fritters a one egg crushed canned Corn two eggs. One Teaspoon sugar two Teaspoons baking powder one half cup flour three Quarter Teaspoon Salt. Beat eggs then add cups flour i let Cool a Little and i two and one Quarter one egg. One Tablespoon soda on Teaspoon Salt Ono cup chopped j i nuts. Bake in round Quot 1_ Moderato oven. Heaters today Armoryl the great Torreblanca and his famous mexican Stipica orchestra fifty musical or tests and eight soloists at the armory for two performances. Matinee at 2 30, night show at 8 30. Pastime theater William Fox presents a great picture As the main attraction in love with love a a comedy drama from the stage Success of the same name i by Vincent Lawrence also a Ralph Graves two reel comedy Quot the window this program is being repeated today for the last time. C a. Methodists win from Spanish m. E. In s. Teague game Llie Central Avenue methodists Defeated Tho Spanish methodists 2t to in in their sunday school league game on the y. M. C. A. Court Friday night. Tho victors were ahead All the Way but never by a very big margin. The baptists won from the presbyterians 28 toll in the other sunday school league game which was one sided All the Way. In a Grade school game the fir. T Ward school boat John Marshall 18 toll. Teary escapes Are duo to carelessness of guards. Well somebody made a bad break. I examination of the Eye and supplying and adjusting glasses. A help yourself to Savi at the g. C. Horner o. Optometrist sell Abla is paso d. A tin Silt .1 Shon underground or otherwise inaccessible Pipi s May be thawed As follows upon the Frozen water pipe on the House end. Insert one end of a Small pipe or tube. With of Commerce. At a table graced with a Bou f Quet of Pink carnations Pink can Dies and a Good looking Tea aet the Tea will he poured by mrs. Frank Storrs and mrs. F. A Lyon. They Wmk he assisted by mines. Frank Mindlin mrs. George Mueller d. To. Biddle e. A. Erick Claude Ain Joseph Jolly Roy Graham w. Potter Homer Henley it. E. Farley a f. Lingo Harrison Williams b. C. Hernandez l. B. It Chenour w. C. Thaxton. M. D. Collis Frank Mcvey and j. Ii. Pea k. Mrs. George Ruoff president of the woman club is chairman of the committee for the Tea. The other members Are Mes. Frank Blinn chairman of the social committee it. F. Naught h. L. Hogrefe w. F. Patterson George f. Stuppi and Clyde Downer Clar Tingley. Tfx Foh Mhz. Do a Tea in of mrs. F. A. Cox a resilient of this City for eight years who is leaving shortly to return to her Home in Alabama was Given Friday afternoon by mrs. P. V. Thorson at Ber Home 123 Cornell Avenue. During the afternoon mrs. Cox was presented with a Silver gift m appreciation of her Many services. Mrs. Cox was the president of the women a missionary Quot society in the Heights and the superintendent of the Cradle Roll of the Baptist Church. Besides the Honor guest those present at the ten were mines. C. A. Garret Mildred Allison Hester Jardine t w. Bumpkin t. W. Bruce Luther Bradley. Beets. J. Carl Mccoy Grace Atherton and Jack Achill of Louisiana. I Dii so i Xvi. A Fri i ladies Day at tile country club Friday was All that it was promised to be. Grange favors were at each place and Candy baskets in the same Shade were on each of the tables. Luncheon was served it i o clock and was followed by i Ridge. The hostesses for the Day end their guests follow mrs. A. D. Ogle entertained mrs j. J. De bras ii ii mrs in m. Wood and mrs. Roy Graham. Mrs. Joe la me Canna entertained or two tables in Honor of mrs. Frank Tierney of Hollywood who is visiting mrs. Sam Pollock. Mrs. Tierney is expected to remain in Albuquerque for aunt Lier week. J or l. A. Bentlet had for her pm s s mrs. Raymond stain in mrs. Roy St hum and mrs. Kyle 3. Crichton. Mrs. J. T. No Laughlin entertained mrs. P. It it. Cornish jr., mrs Lester Cooper and in. Walter guests mrs. Jack Robertson mrs. La. B. Kinney and miss Lima for Gusson. Her daughter miss Marcella Matson entertained miss Esther How Den. Mrs Roddy Huddleston and miss Rainey . Robert Hopewell s guests were mrs. Felix Lester mrs. C. G. J Kinney mrs. Milton a Kelmick mrs. J John Simms and mrs. G. L. Brooks. Mrs. George Downer entertained in Honor of her Mother mrs. A. Trudelle of Hollywood who la shortly returning Home and during whose stay Many informal events were Given for Lier. Mrs. Downers other guests were mrs. W. Of Wool Ston and mrs Rose in. Hudson. Mrs. Guy Rogers had for her guests mrs. Tom Hughes. Mrs. Allen Bruce and mrs. Harry Lee. Playing at another tilde wore mrs. Amo hulling mrs. R. Perry i mrs. K. L. Moulton and mrs. In f. Rockwood. Mrs i p Rabun chairman of xxx Neal Chari ill my the Date for the annual Charity Ball for Tho Benefit of the Day Nursery has been aet of Quot i Gebru Ary 15 and the Elk Ball room has been engaged. The Success of the 1926 Charity Ball which is one of a series Given annually for Many years is assured the committee feels silo it a mrs j. J. Do Raslin has agreed to take charge of the arrangements and has enlisted the Ald of the sixty club. A More Complete announcement of the details will be made later. The Day Nursery at 322 South seventh Street cars for children of mothers w to Are obliged to work during the Day giving the youngsters the Best of attention. The fee paid is Small and Hie Nursery Lins to depend on the assistance of Tho Public. Spoon into hot deep fat and let Fry i lug writer into it and push it for w Ard a the ice Mea its. A piece of j rubber tubing May be used to penned the funnel to thaw the pipe. Until a Golden Brown. Broiled Steak wipe mid trim a sirloin Steak and Lay in a piping hot Skillet. Sear one one Side then turn and sear on the other. Broil hold the Funn Frozen pipe. So has head and i h Yhr than the that the hot water forces the cooled fifteen minutes turn water Back to the opening where it for ten of Iii often. Have ready two Tablespoons of butter melted one fourth Teaspoon Salt and a Little Pepper. When the Steak is done pour Over it the butter and Nea zoning and turn from one Side to the it Lier then remove to hot Platter. Drain most of the juice from a can of peas and empty them into the Skillet in which the Steak was cooked. them heat through thoroughly and then arrange around the Platter with the meat. Date bread a chop one cup dates add one cup sugar and two Tablespoons shortening. Pour Over May May n i a v he caught in it pail. The head be increased and the funnel be More conveniently used if an Elbow and a piece of vertical pipe Are added to tile outer end of the thaw Pip As shown. Add More thaw pipe at the outer end until a passage is made through the ice. Withdraw to thaw pipe quickly after the flow starts. Do not Stop the flow until the thaw pipe is cleared of ice. A Small Force pump is often used instead of n funnel and is much to be preferred for opening a Long piece of pipe. Of available a Jet it it of steam May be used instead of hot water being Ideal theater i it double Bdl of big pictures at this theater. Richard Tallmadge one of the Best screen Sears is the main actor in Quot laughing at danger a also showing Fred Thomson and his famous horse in Quot the silent it is doubtful whether there is no actor in motion pictures who risks his life More frequently than Dick Talmadge now starring in a series of Carlos productions for film booking offices. His current production Quot laughing it danger a is being shown now at the Ideal theater where Dicks Many local admirers Are reveling in his leaps and Bounds and All round Good humor. One of the most thrilling scenes includes a jump of fifty feet which die makes from the window of a hotel Landing of course in a net. Nevertheless the jump was one to test the nerve of even the hardiest stunt performer. This lug double Bill is being repeated for the last time today. The above one cup Bolling water. Hotter it is More rapid. At the Home of mrs. William Craw 1 Ford and office were elected. The new officers Are mrs. F. F. Shelley president mrs. Charles i Lamb rho president mrs. Chester Miller Secretary mrs. L. P. Beck i Ham treasurer mrs Charles Hall musician mrs. Stanley Vivian reporter. Mrs. Mamie Doty was appointed incl a e of tile Gills dub work mrs. Buckley was named head of the Canning club and mrs. Shelley with mrs. Dan Miller As her assistant was appointed head of the sewing club. Ii Xii dressers to Iii by til members of the hair dressers i to will celebrate Tho dirt ii of the new year Friday evening january 22. At Tho Talbert Beauty parlor West Copper Avenue. Their it a Al r at Ion will la form of i Benefit 500 Aid party and will i Start promptly at 8 of clock. Four j prizes will be Given away record Davis Dame in i Iso to. Hell Wallington. Reedy a. E. Misses Vera Ethel Lek Iva Davidson Donald Jones. Charles Xiv. M potty. C. O. In. Ray Moore the it ii Ruby Peel and mrs sir i \ i i e l ins it Moir Linier la nor entertained i of St. Pauls lutheran huh Lay evening at her 14 West Mountain Road. I non Man was the assist is were mines. Of. L. J. Baldridge Walter ii Rev. A. M a tied a a Mary Brown e�-11, Evelyn Jenkins abort Lockett a. E. A Wyn Wilson and Al signs Hync theater there is something doing at this theater. One of the big attractions is Ahl Din s hawaiian hand in Quot a very thing from National melodies to modern jazz a singing and Dane lug also Robert Kane presents Henry Kings a any woman a with Alice Terry Ami other stars. It la i a Paramount picture and an ex-1 trn Fine one. Henry King the directorial Genius who has to his credit such film 1 successes new a Kunioki a a the a a Hite Bister. Told ahle David i and others has added to Ilia Luu res with his latest Paramount i photoplay a a any woman Quot now showing at Tho Sunshine theater. The picture which was adapted from Arthur Somers Roche s absorbing Story of the same name is an entertaining mixture of tense drama suspense thrills and heart Appeal. The production has been extravagantly mounted has Many luxurious settings a n <1 backgrounds contains several rather unusual features including a that treasure Hunt a society newest fad and bus a line up of players opposite the Post office today special Bartley shop clearance Sale still offers the women of Albuquerque an Opportunity to effect unusual savings in purchasing their wearing apparel. Ladies hats his i in i s who acquit them Elva Baldy Ami in Home cons id Era Hie d int inc to see this program is is being repeated for t most will have a truly wonderful and you will find them e than the Price our clearance s that you come i be is available. Selection of in Orth no he Are asking Dur May we sur cd try while your lug to mum the moment the ten to there being Tho Miri in fit i i xxx the Ain s Ali Sale legion of it by in tug than moult Mimi d for he Laid to Fri Fri Xin i la ii the High i it Law meet hat Urda i Homo of mrs. Last Gold Ai j club Monhei a Uteri in miss x Franklin Thorne mrs. James l. By. Robinson and or and the francs Willi. Aux Lizay i de i in it it i Xinxi tax Rhi it ions a an my a a m mrs. J. Of. Fourth Street it thursday in Hon troll. Otilit r g Joseph up m Mill Tevar Ami j. H. La Pound tue court Housh rift�?�w23il general Finan inst l. Met or of for it a Bridge club afternoon at i a Bald Xiv Olson line. Beside mrs. Wilson m Kier f Pennsylvania t. Mrs. Jam Janies a skit or Silver la Rovn Fox combined one Star lumber it nit against min la. La fades and �8 for i Igor Aile ii r. Bond Anil Franl charged As recely Ira ppr Bond c Oji of Cost a ii is h i i to its pm x n s Hin n i it it i i it he i t heir map xxi son xxx do i n it x i it Imi a my miss Lori s is of the club a til Jal Corum it. It Corge ii. Andantino id a. J. Otero lib h a Roland Donald Flora Marshall. Pro t i p Cocoa of lid it the Celia tans that bad every drop the Xiii Ksn Anil 15 eau Tisi .00 $2.95 $5.00 misses silk dresses dug creations of crepe Satin i and Plain crepes in Clever two Sud flaring styles. These dresses i usual Bartley Quality and style he prices Are reduced very raft a during this clearance Hale. ,.00. $10.75, $15.00 Daisy hat Bays self you $4.50 Bartley shop Indish o any ii. I Usa Hie Travelli it i it at groceries i Brookfield Buller j per Pound i in lilt Leader in tin Liel xxi a it i Olla As tie highest lot it ital obtainable. H bos i Lour Pooi is Iii. in How ret primes a Bil 2-lb. Package. A a a a Simmaly Raisin. I f a seeded or scr dlr a a Iii Xxiii to Long 111 toes no i to.11. .1 j-1 Riverton flit is ring Beans no. 2 can. I us l ook Rook marshmallow i la. Obi in. Is Siar urn meal 01 Vlf. In k a of a Van amp pumpkin. I no. I Rel ran i 0 pork Aud 4 4 j bean no. 2 can. Ali Marshall Kraut a p7l no. 2 a a can ill Holly Romaine i 4 i no. 2 can. I Hills red can pkg Poi tee i Iii. Hills it cd a can Coffee 21 lbs. $1.1 Hill Blue can in Coffee i Llouis Gult turds Sweet chocolate i la. Engr Arf a i e Grande a in. Quot i a it no. 2 can. La. Small size ear old Monk olives quart Jur a 59 it it a Cabin syrup 41�?T Largo a Quot it fog Tubin syrup Small. A 1 Sweet spuds of i Lenin Mlej Blue i of no eggs it. Lier dozen Tew guaranteed fresh in Carton. Meats ? bakery so breakfast Cocoa i his my wife is a wonderful Cooke does your husband brag about your Light delicious cakes and Bot breads or does your Home suffer under the spell of a bad Luck and a Good Luck Days of it does Aren t you wasting time Energy and materials needlessly Bor you will find no a bad Luck Days in Lyton h King powder. They have All been taken out by the famous a never a fail flak i a test a through which every can must pass before it is packed for Sale. Change to Lytina at our risk on is easy. You Leer. Your Coo sugar cured skinned hum half or whole lha a hug i ii a i or cured Bacon off mn1, la. Sugar cured family Manx in ilium a a i size la. Salt pork Pound. 20. Fulfur t Arret Sinh half or whole a Ilab la a a sugar cured sliced Baron la. Quot a a m5d x pork it a Mii Pound a a a a Span till Pound. Veal Hon at Pound. X pork Sun Pound us 20< full f delicious or x n re i is it i it i Nii it i Mills i of ii tout a Trion in it ii with Brot n Ion a satisfying combination equally suitable for daytime Crex Ding War Keleher Jakes Over control of store in f by fart it St to a a Tbs never f All baking tact i r. Brie packed l l a it of Cook out it discouraged wive. In great of hotel and restaurant where baking Mutt nog a ii bul i Yona is saving tune Money and materials. Try Fry to a it can do die same Lur you. I7n Rumford chemical works Piui last Balut Louis Illinois a it i 107 �h1 la f Kim >1 to i mall orders i hied mum Hay ret Rived i Walter biker amp co. Ltd. I m Hills Robison inn it i wins id Latona baking powder hens fryers rabbits Jones sausage delivery Xii Al ii la Iii it Iii ii \ i i it i i i e Xiii Aliet Ordi r delivered ii lie Cli v for i in. Groce tote Market v. Ii. Barber prop. Fourth and Gobi opposite the purloined phone 395

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