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• Turkey is king of the Christmas
feast! Be sure yours is tender,
brown and juicy —let it be filled,
with a good old-fashioned bread
stuffing, deliciously savory with
its subtle blend of seasonings.
And here’s the tip-off. For a
smooth, unbroken, golden-brown
crust on the bird, plus tender,
juicy meat that fairly melts in
your mouth, roast your turkey or
chicken this new way. Just fol
low directions in the recipe. Also
be sure to fry the bread crumb3
and onions lightly in hot Spry.
Spry, you see, is the purer short
ening that lets all the savory
goodness come through.
Share your Christmas and share
your feast with some of the boys
In the service. Better clip the
recipe now, so you’ll be all set for
the big occasion.
Roast Stuffed Turkey
Roasting turkey or chicken
(rub inside with salt)
Savor) Stuffing Melted Spry
Brush trussed, stuffed turkey or
chicken with melted Spry, cover
with a piece of white cloth, and
brush cloth thoroughly with melt
ed Spry. Leave cloth on during
roasting. Roast bird in moderate
oven (350° F.), allowing 20 to 25
minutes per pound.
Turn during latter part of roast
ing to brown bird uniformly all
3 quarts soft 2 tablespoons
bread crumbs parsley, chopped
teaspoons salt % cup Spry, melted
^4 teaspoon pepper % cup onion, minced
1 teaspoon sage % cup butter
% teaspoon thyme Vi cup boiling
Combine bread crumbs, salt, pep
per, sage, thyme and parsley, and
mix thoroughly. Melt Spry in skil
let, add onion, and fry 2 minutes.
(Do not brown onion.) Add bread
crumbs and fry until very lightly
browned, stirring constantly from
Melt butter in boiling water and
pour over crumbs, tossing lightly
with two forks. Add more water
if additional moisture is needed.
Makes enough stuffing for one
What’s Cookin’ for
Or maybe it’s going to
bq chicken. The govern
ment is asking us to use
more turkey and chicken
in preference to beef, veal, pork,
and lamb. That’s no hardship at
Christmas, because to most of Us
Christmas MEANS turkey. A noble,
bird, roasted to a rich-golden brown
glisten—meat so juicy and tender
it melts in the moth—stuffing sea
soned “jusa enugh” but not too
much- Just the thought of it sets
one’s mouth to watering!
Chicken or turkey—here's the
story of an easy new way to roast
it to mouth watering perfection.
With Savory Dressing, it will truly
be King of the feast, hub of the
home and hospitality which many
of us will be sharing tihs Christmas
with servicemen in our midst.
FAR REACHING CHANGES IN
BUDGET OF AVERAGE FAMILY
Far reaching changes in the buy
ing and budgeting habits of the av
erage family in the Middle West
are forecast by the Office of Price
Administration in a survey of the
outlook for 1943.
The housewife will be cooking
more products Sold in bulk or
bought in fresh from the farm with
out passing through a cannery. By
next summer there will be fewer
kinds of canned goods in metal tins
on store shelves. Tin can metals
are needed for our war machine.
The bulk of canned goods, if they
continue to be sold, will come in
glass or other metal substitutes.
Point rationing of many scarce
commodities will be in effect before
Spring and wartime demands for
labor of all kinds will be felt in al
most every home m the country.
Federal officials estimate that by
the end of 1943 about 70 percent of
all persons in the United States be
tween the ages of 15 and 65 will be
employed or in military serviec. Of
this total, about 20 million are ex
! pected to be in war industry.
PASTOR PRIDE BOARD OF THE
CLEAVES TEMPLE CHURCH
HAVE THEIR XMAS PARTY
The Pastor’s Pride Board of the
Cleavies Temple CME. church had
their Pre-Christmas Party Friday
Evening Dec. 18th at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris 2537
Burdette Street- The following
menu was served: Baked Chicken,
and dressing, buttered peas, cream
ed potatoes, cranberries, hot rolls,
We Guarantee You
a grand-tasting Norbest Turkey
Those who selected their Thanksgiving Turkey
at Safeway know they will be delighted with an
other for Christmas! Again, Safeway is featur
ing Nebraska-produced, 9 to 14—lb. NORBEST
hen Turkeys, They are U. S. Government Grade
A, Broad-Breast birds, young, tender plump,
and with an even, regular skin. We guarantee
each one to roast a golden brown, tender, and
delicious and to please you in every way, or your
fill cost price will be refunded!
DUCKS, GEESE and CHICKENS
All of Us Safeway Folks Wish You an Enjoyable
coffee, ice cream and cake.
The following persons were pres
ent: Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Story, Mr.
and Mrs. James Smith, Mr. and Mrs
Robert Harris, MesdameS Georgia
Carter, Mary Lindsey, Annabel
i Stamps, Melissa Shavers, Ivars
Caldwell, Classie Harris. Alice Mos
ley, Oilie Forrest.
Misses, Ernestine Gill and Ophel
ia Story, Mr. David St. Clair, and
Master John Lindsey.
The evening was spent in playing
games and exchanging gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, newly weds
were presented a beautiful gift by
the members of the Board.
A most enjoyable evening was
had by all in attendance.
Members of the Board who did
not attend the party are: Mesdames
Doris Brown. Henry Mae Edwards,
Madeline Harrold, Marie Rosebaughj
Blanche Lee Wright, Miss Dorothy
Abram and Mr. Waverly Stephen
Mrs. Vera Harris is the very ef
ficient president of this very fine
board, which is one of the best in
ST. JOHN’S AME. CHURCH
Rev. E. F. Ridley, Pastor,
Ruby B. Reese, Reporter.
Rev Ridley delivered a very in
spiring sermon and the Junior
Choir were a ttheir best.
St. John's special Christmas ser
vices will be held Thursday night,
Dec. 24th at midnight.
This is as you know Christmas
Eve., at 12 p. m. The choir will
have special music. The pastor
will deliver the sermon and a
Candlelight service will close the
hour of worship. You are invited
to come out and join us as we hon
or the “New Born King.” There
will be a holiday Tea given by the
Happy Thought Club at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy etude 2715
Miami St., Dec. 27, 1942 from 4 to
7 p. m. Tickets are now on sale at
the small price of 17 cents. So
| Decorative Gifts for the Home
YOUR crochet hook will stand you in good stead this Christmas be
cause you can turn out charming, worthwhile gifts like these in short
order. One ball of mercerized knitting and crocheting cotton will make
the lamp shades—a handsome decorator’s touch for somebody** dressing
table. Three balls of lustrous mercerized crochet cotton will make the
attractive chair back and two matching chair arm pieces. Use two bright
colors for a gay, cheery effect Two balls of tatting cotton will make the
table doily. Its precious jewel-like beauty will be treasured by the dis
criminating. Directions for crocheting the lampshades, chair set and the
doily may be obtained by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope to
the Needlework Department of this paper specifying design N& 7499.
| please come out an dhelp us. Vis
itors are always welcome. St.
Johns wishes all A Merry Xmas.
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. D. St. Clair, Pastor,
F. Burroughs, Reporter
Services throughout the day cli
maxed the 46th anniversary Observ
ance. At the morning worship the
Pastor delivered a very timely ser
. mon full of food, for thought.
Hebrews 12:27 the text. Subject
“The Best Things of Life still
| Next Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m.
at the Church the Helping Hand
( Club will present Joseph’s Coat ( hat
they have worked 0n so faithfully
to the Church.
The BTU. will bring in their Xmas
stockings at 6:30 P- m.
Chirstmas morning services at 6
A. M. Also Baptism. Everybody
i sinvited to come out and meet
the King of Kings early in tha
morning. He will bless your soul
and fill your heart with joy.
Don’t forget the Willing Workers
Club Buffalo roundup. Come out
and help them bring in the buffalo
Everybody is invited to worship
with us. Visitors always welcome
your presence is an inspiration to
Again, Christmas morning wor
ship at 6 a. m.
OMAHA’S OWN, BEULAH ELLIS,
FINISHES BASIC WAAC
TRAINING AT FORT DESMOINES
Fort DeSmotnes, la.,_Decem
ber 22—Auxiliary Beulah T. Elli^
Omaha, Nebraska, has just finish
ed basic training at the First Wom
en’s Army Auxiliary Corps Train
ing Center at Fort Des Moines, la.
She is now receiving additional
She is the daughter of Mrs. El
nora Smith, 2714 North 25t hStreet.
When she finishes her training.
Auxiliary Ellis will eiter be sent to
duty immediately replacing a man
in a non-combat Army job, or sha
will be selected for specialist train
ing for advanced work. All Aux
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jj ON LIQUORS & WINES jj
BOTTLED IN BOND
OLD MR. BOSTON
(Plus .40 Tax)
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4 YRS. 86 Proot
J22 FULL QT.
(Plus .43 Tax)
I B E ER 1-75 CASEp,us 11 ta* |
I Reductions on All Brands 0
Whiskey, Wine, Rum, Gin, Brandy Q
N. E. CORNER, 24th & LAKE jj
iliaries in the WAAC have equal
opportunity to qualify for the spec
ialist training, for which selections
are made on the basis of ability and
aptitude as demonstrated in testa
and performances in the basic
In the basic course, trainees are
given the fundamentals of Army
life, including discipline and mili
tary customs and courtesies. They
are also taught military sanitation
and first aid, principles of proper
ty accounting and company admin
istration .organization of the Army,
an ddefense against air and chem
ical attack. Infantry drill and
training are also included in the
course, which lasts four weeks.
Auxiliary Ellis was employed on
an NYA Braille and wood working
project before joining the WAAC.
She is a former student of Technic
al High School in Omaha, where
she received three medals in track
and a school letter in basketball.
For 11 years she has been a mem
ber of the Urban League Center.
‘‘I joined the WAAC,” she ex
plains, “Because I wanted (o be of
some help to my country while it
is engaged in this great combat.”
I P TO DATE CLUB
The Up to date Club held their
Christmas Party Friday Dec. 18th
at the YWCA., in the form of a
Dutch Treat. The girls danced and
played games. Presents were ex
changed among the members. The
next meeting will be January 8,
Florentine Crawford, Pres., Bar
bara Jean Edwards, Reporter, Miss
Rozella Thomas, Sponsor.
The Optomistic 12 ,met at the |
home of Miss Florentine Goodlelt
December 16, Plans were made for
our Chili Supper which is to be Dec
30t hat the home of Miss Addie
Hall, 2211 Seward Plaza. Plana
were also made for our next meet
ing to be held at the home of Miss
Marcelene Raglin Dec. 23, where
we will exchange presents.
Rozella Thomas, Pres., Florence,
YOUNG PEOPLES’ FELLOWSHIP
The YoungPe oples’ Fellowship
met at the home of Mrs. Crawford
Sunday Dec. 20, at 6:30. Final
plans were made for our Christmas .
Party, to be given on Sunday Dec.
DISTILLED SPIRITS NOW IN WAREHOUSES
WILL CONTRIBUTE 1.1 BILLION , <
DOLLARS TO THE FEDERAL
GOVERNMENT IN 1943.*
THIS WILL BUY...
75 MM. GUNS
•State and local treasuries will get another 300 million dollars in taxes in 1943
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THE gift of gifts this year will be lovely stockings. When you go out
to select stockings for yourself or for gifts, you’ll find new rayons
which will appeal to your own exacting tastes and meet with the approval
of your friends. The high twist yams used in today’s rayon stockings
give them a sheerer, duller appearance and improve resistance to snag
ging. While the special high strength rayon yams, perfect for hosiery
which science has developed, are being used in the war effort and cannot
be produced commercially until after the war, rayon stockings have defi
nitely been improved as far as conditions permit. If you have a thorough
knowledge of your new rayon stockings, know how to handle them, how
to wash them, care for them, select them, they’ll give you pleasure, good
wear and satisfaction. A helpful leaflet, “The Selection and Care of
Rayon Hosiery,” containing all the facts you should know about rayon
stockings you’ll be wearing, may be obtained by sending a stamped, self
addressed envelope to Woman’s Feature Department of this paper,
Gay Potholders are Useful Gifts
ORIGINAL and amusing potholders which are easy and inexpensive to
crochet, make splendid Christmas gift choices. The “Three Little
Maids” will add a gay, frivolous note to any kitchen, yet serve a more
practical role when necessary. The pair of mittens is designed to keep
nands “cool”—and the fish will help keep the cook out of “hot water.”
One ball of lustrous mercerized crochet cotton will make any two pot
holders. Directions for crocheting these potholders may be obtained by
lending a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the Needlework Department
of this paper, specifying design No. 9220.
27, at Mrs. J. D .Crawford's home
2214 North 28th Ave.
Florence James, Pres., Rozelfo.
Thomas, Corres. and Assist. Secy.,
Mrs. J. D. Crawford and Father G.
A. Stams, Sponsors
CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD
CWFF, 1906 N. 24th St.,
Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor,
Rose Oliver, Reporter
Sunday school ....9:45 a rn.
Morning worship.11:30 a. m.
Evening Worship..7:30 p. m.
UPPCT.6 p. m
Wed. Night .7:30 p. hi.
GO TO CHURCH
We had a grand service through
put Sunday. Our Pastor preached
i wonderful sermon Sunday morn
ing. Sunday night Our pastor
preached at a White church on the
Southside. It was packed with peo
ple wanting to hear the word of God
md our Pastor really preached the
Word to them. Oh, how they en
ioyed him. For God is of no res
pect of person and does not see as
man sees. His subject was ‘‘Pa
While Our Pastor was away Sis
ter Dollie Mae Brown was carrying
When the pastor returned, she
had a wonderful service going on.
Our pastor’s text for Sundaj
Dec. 27, will be “And she shall
bring forth a Son, and thou shall
call His name Jesus.”
For He shall save his people
from their sin.”
Sunday rtigtit's subject—“I am
the way. the truth and the Light
and no man cometh to the Father,
but by me.”
Come and hear our pastor deliver
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