Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 311, Ed. 1 Friday, August 12, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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To Maple 7000
The Merry Sunshine club met on
Thursday afternoon, at the residence
of Mrs. W. S. Harmon 1204 East
Ninth street. The greater part of
the afternoon was Riven to guessing
contests for which the club favors
were awarded to Mrs. R. W. David-
son. Mrs. J. C. Kmerick and Mrs. H.
Wheelbarger. The dining table was
elaborately decorated with American
Beauty roses and yellow astors. Mrs.
T. H. Hewes. a former member of the
club who has Rpent most of the Bum-
mer in California returned ami was
welcomed back into the club. A
dainty buffet luncheon was served.
Mrs. G. S. Tuttle, in a contest, re-
ceived a beautiful bouquet of roses.
The club will give a party for the
husbands and friem*<Kat the hqme of
Mrs. G. S. Tuckham, 1006 East Ninth
street, next Wednesday evening. Mrs.
J. M. Best of 915 East Eighth street,
will be hostess to the club, August
24th. Other guests were Mrs. M. M.
Rice, Mrs. L. Beard. Mrs. Charles
Evans, Mrs. J. C. Emerick, Mrs. Les-
ter Wilson, Mrs. W. F. Clevenger,
Mrs. T. A. Brogan. Mrs. J. W. W'allcn,
Mrs. G. W. Sl'orbert, Mrs. F. Ecton
and Mrs. L. C. Smith.
The ladies of the Capitol Hill Bap-
tist church will give a chicken sup-
per at the Capitol Hill Masonic hall
Friday evening. The proceeds of the
entertainment will be used for the
The Sunday school of the May-
wood Presbyterian church will hold
their annual picnic at the fair-
grounds Saturday afternoon.
Circle 3 of the Meywood Presby-
terian .church will meet with Mrs.
Julia Meyers, 319 East Park place,
at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
Circle 4 will meet with Mrs. Albert
Frank, 26 West Ninth, at 9:30 d clock
Tuesday. The day will be spent
sewing for the Provident association
Mr. and Mrs. George Lane of
Clovis, N. M., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry C. Scoufos of 506^
North Lindsay avenue.
Rev. and Mrs. Isom Roberts of 227
East Eighth street, entertained the
Indies' Aid society of the South Side
Christian church Wednesday after-
noon. Dinner was served to the
✓ guests who included Mrs. H. B.
chenoweth and daughter Dorothy,
Mrs. J. C. Shaffer, Mrs. C. B. Stew-
art, Mrs G. Gillespie. Mrs. Louise
Cramm. Mrs. M. L. Bockoven. Mrs.
C. H. Thompson, Mrs. G. L. Long.
Mrs. Hattie Mcllroy. Mrs. Anna Kel-
ley. Mrs. R. Roberts, Mrs. G. L. Gil-
lespie and Mrs. M. Thompson. Miss
Mary Crane and Miss H. F. Wiley.
Mr. John M. Anderson. 76, and Mrs.
Surah Paine, 81. were married at the
I'nion Soldiers' home Thursday after-
noon by Rev. Isom Roberts. They
will reside at the home.
The First Spiritualist church will
hold a message service Friday eve-
ning at the residence of Mrs. M. A.
Adams. 909 East Eighth street.
The Golden Rule class of the Im-
manuel Baptist church will hold an
ice cream social and carnival Tues-
day evening, corner of Ninth street
and Kelly avenue. Mrs. T. F. Holland,
Mrs. G. S. Tuttle, Mrs. T. F. Holland,
Mrs. W. 0. Emmons, Mr. G. Barnes
and Mr. W. M. Golden will have
Mrs. Rose Zuckerman of Sulphur,
assed through Oklahoma City
Thursday enroute to Tulsa, where
she will visit friends.
M'atV Pvekfor-<l m
ickforil Is seen here as Lit
properly dressed It should be put 1
back in the press and full pressure
applied for 24 hours. Then the |
cheese is ready for the curing room
i where it remains at a temperature
F00d; between 50 degrees and 60 degrees F.
for two weeks.
The cheese should be turned daily
In the curing room until it is paraf-
HOME-MADE AMERICAN CHEESE
GOOD DISH THAT KEEPS WELL
Americans Do Not Always Appreciate Cheese as a
Those Who Have Surplus Milk Can Make
Cheese With Little Trouble. In the curing room uniu 11
flined to prevent it from drying too Consistent PurChaS6S WOUltl
a m rim n or Cheddar type cheese I cheese color should be used, and not|much. and also to prevent molding. ep[j A|| fog JrOUbleS SayS
American or < hed.ui i>P< paraffin is heated to a tempera- - . ••
nr I 'tlPllilur tVOC CllCeSO CHCCSC color SUOUIU iro uncw.
Am. or I he > I | ^ ^ (he lfttter colora the The paraffin is heated to tempera-
is palatable, rich in food value, ami ^ ^ ^ ^ curd Rennet i* ! ture of 240 degrees F. and the cheese
It may be kept for long periods with- ... . th ,,rnnortlon of one-third rolled In It. After this has been
may be kept for long periods with- proportion of one-third rolled in it. After this has been
out refrigeration. Every housewife ounrP or two teaspoons, to 100 done, the cheese need be turned only
know^ of a number of palatable poUn,|'a Df milk. First dilute the reiy twice a week. Cheese may be cured
dishes made from cheese which serve nrt wJth R plnt of coiti water, then enough to be eaten when si* weeks
as a change in the ordinary diet. As 1 8^jr ^ jn thoroughly, and leave ihe old; the flavor, of course, is then
.. —*---■ qUtte mild. Farmers' Bulletin 1191.
Making American Cheese on the
sufficiently firm: do not crush or Farm, gives many detallR of the
'The Union Label can be procure*!
on suits, overcoats, dress shirts,
night shirts, pajamas, hats, caps, arm
bands, athletic underwear, knit un-
derwear, dress and work gloves, col-
lars. men's and women's hosiery, key
rings, neckties, garters, belts, over-
alls, suspenders, etc.. at the Union
Isabel Store, 12 West Grand. Union
Label shoes may be purchased at
as a cnange in tneoruiuuiy tun. Btjr it in thorougniy, anu leave mr 01a; me j
it may be made at any time of the rntjk und container undisturbed for quite mild
year where there is a surplus of milk, thirty minutes. Cut the curd when Making Ai
cheese making offers an exception-, sufficiently firm; do not crush or Farm, gt.~. *
ally advantageous means of conserv- break n. stir the curd gently from process and equipment for
ing for later use milk which might fifteen to twenty minutes. Heat it making.
otherwise be wasted. I ftt the rate of 2 degrees In five min-
Approximately five or six hours | utes until the temperature reaches
are required from the time the milk |qq decrees ^ Stir ^ while heating.
Is placed In the vat for heating until ||ot-1 ron Curd Test.
the cheese is put into the hoop for | Allow the curd to remain in the
final pressln ;, and during that time Whey ftt 100 degrees F. until firm and 1
It Is not necessary for the operator 1 untn enough acid has developed. Do. Buttermilk lemonade can be made
~ not let ttie curd rant together. Suf-! by addinK to each elnss of buttermilk
flclent acid has developed when the two tablespoonfuls of lemon julc
4 NEW USE HERE
I FOR BUTTERMILK
The purchase of Union Isabel
Goods was declared to be one of the
most effective weapons of organized
labor, In a resolution adopted by the
Oklahoma City Trades Council on
in me "The consistent purchase of goods
cheese i bearing the union label would elim-
inate every strike and lockout in the
j United States," it Is declared.
"The Union Isabel Is a guaranteo
against disease, which is liable to be
transmitted from sweat shop or con-
I vict workers to the users of open
j shop goods."
I In conclusion the resolution reads:
FIVE ARRESTED WITH
ALLEGED BANK CROOKS
REMAIN BEHIND BARS
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Auk. 12—Four
men and one woman, arrested her#
Tuesday night when Louis Gordon
and Edward Patton were jailed in
connection with a Seattle bank mss-
senger robbery, remained behind the
bars here today following inability
to give bond.
The woman who Joined the "party"
after it arrived In Kansas City was
released following the habeas corpus
on personal recognizance.
to give it his entire attention. From j
this point until the end of two weeks
only a few minutes each day are re- I
quired to turn the cheese. After that
time the cheese is turned only twice
a week until fully cured. Best re-
sults have been'obtained in regions
where the nights are cool throughout
the summer and where cold water
may be obtained.
Approximately 10% pounds of
cheese are obtained from 100 pounds,
or 11% gallons, of milk containing
4 per cent butter fat. It is important
to have fresh, clean, whole milk for
cheese making. If milk is to be kept
over night, it should be GOOltd to a
temperature of 60 deprees F,
curd applied to a hot iron will form
strings one-fourth to one-half Inch
long The curd Is firm enough If a
handful of it pressed together be-
tween the hands falls apart readily
when the pressure Is released. Draw
; off the w hey and put the curd on a
draining rack which has been cov-
I ered with a muslin cloth. Do not let
, the curd form Into pieces larger than
' a hickory nut. Keep the curd warm
; while on the rack.
Wlien to Add the Suit,
j When the curd forms strings from
three-fourths to one inch long on
tie Lord" Fauntleroy. the role she is | temperature of w deprees r. or , ndd paU ftt thp M of three
tie Lord ymovle production lower, and held at hat temperature mmcps for ten pounrts of curd „ave
I used. The milk should not be ^ r temperature of about
held more than twelve hours, as It Is I - •• •
playing in a new
,now being filmed.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Scoufos of
506V4 North Lindsay avenue, are re-
ceiving congratulations on the ar-
rival of a daughter whom they have
named Mlna Soufos.
Mrs. C. G. Gates of 621 Maple ave-
r.ue. was called to Mokane, Mo., Frl*
day. because of the sudden illness of
hev father, Mr. Paul Newson.
ardon Me, g
Some officials are raising a dis-
tjrbance because of the number of
men r'ilng freight trains.
Therefore, they are urging arrest
of all unauthorized" passengers.
It's all right. Go ahead and do it.
Thsre is no danger of hindering
any railroad presidents in their
All th® nation's captains of finance
will be safe.
There's only one little thing that
;aus£s me some concern.
How will the transient workers
manage to get around—those fellows
who have to come in to fill the gap
at harvest times, and work on the
bridges and wherever they are
Are there enough unemployed men
on the spot already?
"Fish Mold" Can Be Made;
Other Methods Also.
Left over fish is good scalloped
with a little cheese, or creamed and
served on toast, or ft can be made
into a fish mold, which Is especially
good served on lettuce with salad
One egg, 2 tablespoons vinegar, 1%
tablespoons cold water, % teaspoon
salt. Va teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon
gelatin. Vt cup cold water. 1 cup
minced cooked fish, M teaspoon cel-
Beat egg until light, add season-
ings, water, and vinegar, and beat
! thoroughly. Cook over boiling water
j I'ntil thickened. Soften the gelatin
' In the cold water and dissolve by
placing over hot water. Add the dis-
solved gelatin and the fish to the
dressing given above. Mold In In-
dividual cups or one large mold.
This dish is economical and appetiz-
ing and with l;read and butter and
some fresh, canned, or cooked dried
fruit makes a good supper or lunch.
j olives have a pleasantly aromatic very .mportnnt thfit It be perfectly
odor he said. The poisonous olives , sweet.
smell a little stronger than roquefort A wash boiler, large kettle or tub
cheese ami th,. liquor is clouded. I be used for cheese making but
I The poison is known as baclius | if cheese is torfie made frequently a
! botuilnus It is found more fre-! regular cheese vat Is more satlsfac-
uen ly in ripe olives than In green 1 ory. A cheese vat is so constructed
I , . . . „ „„„ ,h„ Hn_ .... 1 that hot or cold water may be circu-
ones. probably ^"" tbe ripe va ^ ^ rcgul;itjn).
riety are really over-rlpe ™d possi I tempernturp ,.ontrol of lPmper.
My in an early sta , i ature throuKi)out the manufacturing
berger said. process is essential. A good ther-
mometer, therefore, should he used.
RRONK RIDER IS The milk is heated in the vat. or
anUlm ~ ' „„r,r,rr1vvash boiler, to a temperature of 86
HERE FOR MEL I , ilegrees F., at which it is held until
after the curd has been cut.
Use It en net to Curdle the Milk.
Cheese made without the addition
85 degrees F. Put it in a hoop lined
with cheesecloth and apply pressure
gently. Cheese hoops may be ob-
tained from dairy supply houses. The
cheesecloth is left on the finished
cheese. After one and one-half
hours the cheese should be taken out
and dressed, that is, all wrinkles are
that hot or cold water may be eircu- nu( ,)f cheesecloth whlrh
lated around the milk for regulating | jt wh(,n (hc cheMe has been
and one or more tablespoonfuls ot
sugar. The whey from cheese mak- ,
Ing may be utilized lu a beverage a* .
well as buttermilk.
\y hey Lemonade and Punch.
One quart whey, six tablespoons
sugar. Juice of two lemons. Slices
of lemon or a little grated or diced
rind, nutmeg or cinnamon. Mix,
chill and serve as a beverage.
Variations, -double the quantity of
lemon Juice and of sugar, and add
other fruit Juices and a Jlttle fruit
cut In small pieces. Thls"transforms
whey lemonade Into whey punch. Set
the punch away to chill and ripen:
serve with crushed Ice if desired.
Ithubarb, pineapple, grape, currant
and cherry Juices lend themselves
well to whey punch. A sprig of
freshly crushed mint is sometimes
added. Nutmeg or cinnamon will
overcome any characteristic whey
flavor. Whey punch may be frozen
Boxing matches between women
are very popular jn Berlin.
1003 NORTH SHARTEL
A full line of fresh Bakery Goods
always on hand.
110T BREAD AND ROLLS
AT 11 A. M. AND 5 P. M.
Drive by and get them hot for your
noon and evening meals.
Genuine Whole Wheat, Salt Rising
and Rye Breads our specialty.
1003 NORTH SHARTEL
has arrived In Oklahoma j of colorlng matt(!r |a light yellow or
ke part in the champion- . ,rilw color; if a deeper shade of yel-
>y contest, beginning here desired, a small quantity of
Another noted bronk rider and
bulldogger has arrived In Oklahoma
k to IIHPH
ship cowboy contest, beginning here 1qw ^ desired, a small quantity of
Wednesday. H< is Bugger Red Jr.. coioring is put in the milk*Begular
who has won many honors at various T^ZZZIZZZIZI
contests throughout the United
States in the past several years.
Bugger's past records are said to
mark him as one of the real top
notch hands, and many of the con-
testants are expecting a hard run
for their money. With many experts
that have now entered in the bronk g
riding and bulldogglng events
p2tI1lon will be keen.
Public Market Co.
SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY
216 WEST GRAND
Beef, 6 lbs.
Frrfth iin«l Suiilturj
I)rlv« Uy iinti Tuke
Home H Do>ea
(ll< \\. 3rd St.
Veal Stew - - 8c lb.
Veal Chops - 14c lb.
W hen in I
Kay-See Waffle House
Ask Any Good Union Man
417 B Avenue
10 Bars Swifts
White Soap - -
Butter - - - -
QQ I Fancy Juicy
0 v I Lemons, 50c Size
PRICE & SON
204 WEST CALIFORNIA MAPLE 0086
Our Prices Are In Line and
We Deliver Orders of $3 or More
15 lbs. Best Sugar
Thin Skin Sweet Oranges, per doz.
3 pkgs. California Figs ...
No. 10 can Loganberries90c
No. 10 can Pineapple. ..75c
10 Bars C. W. Soap ">5c
Good White Soap, 11 for.'iOc
No. 5 Blue Karo 25c
Veal Stew, lb 8c
Veal Roast, lb 10c
Veal Steak, lb 15c
Good Steak, lb ..10c
Beef Koast, lb 10c
Phez Loganberry Juice 25c & 40c
Too many, you say?
How then are the surplus ones
to get away to other fields?
There is only one drawing room
to each Pullman, and they certainly
couldn't all be accommodated with
The railroads haven't enough par-
Quite frequently I indulge in
And when I do, I think it might ]
be a pretty good thing if all tin-1
authorized" passengers were kept off
the freight trains, for just one ycai.
It would be hard on the fellows
without work, who have to depend
on that mode of travel. (Their ex-
penses aren't paid, by the "home of-,
But it would also be hard on the
fellows who depend on the ones who
depend on that mode of travel.
It might introduce part of the
world to itself.
HOW TO KNOW
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 11.—(By j
U. P.)—When opening a bottle of
olives, if they give off a rancid, of- j
fensive odor, they should be thrown
away, because they are poison, ac-
cording to Dr. Randall ('. Rosen-
berger, professor of hygiene and bac-
teriology at Jefferson college.
Dr. Rosenbetger has been carry-
ing on experiments to find out how
to detect poisonous olives. Good
We Pay Highest Prices For
Ship ns a can, or write for prices.
WHITE HOUSE DAIRY
ought to bejri the
at Oklahoma City
when the I5th Annual
— day and. myht until —
The Great Livestock .Agricultural
and Industrial Exposition
oP the Southwest.
Flvmtf Circus Day ond Nitfht
T s £uTfl
Ufntal A AUTO AND HORSE RACES*
BioTiMt Vaudeville Fireworks 5«ct«clc
Union Label Store
12 West Grand Phone Walnut 6307
This store is a corporation under the laws of the State of Oklahoma, and is owned and operated by local
unions and union men exclusively.
Our fall line of Woolens have arrived and we invite your inspection of them. Woolens are better and
prices are a little lower, for g-ood cloths and workmanship. We ire the only store which furnishes the union
label of the U. G. of A., recognized by the A. F. of L.
A Small Place Full of
HARDWARE—HARNESS—TI NWARIv ENAMEL-
TOOLS—PAINT AND VARNISH.
Small Expense, Less Profits.—Visit Us and Save Money.
PLATER HARDWARE CO.
Walnut 0352. 115 South Broadway.
Handsome Blue Serge Suit at $46.50
~ + f..Uino at nri<>0 from S2fiJiO UI) to $66.50.
And other fabrics at price from $26.50 up to $66.50.
In the Gents' Furnishing Department we are
offering Merit High Grade Shirts at
We carry the following merchandise which bear the Union Label, and this means high class materials
TODAY IN CONGRESS
Ways and means committee
continues tax revision work.
Interstate commerce commit-
tee considers railroad legisla-
In recess until Monday.
Finance committee considers
American valuation plan of tariff
hill and dyestuffs embargo.
Interstate commerce commit-
tee determines program on the
Hffhiinistration's railroad bill.
113 West California
Meadow Gold Butter. .. 42c
Star Naptha, 6 pkgs. .. 25c
Fancv Blue Rose Roce,
4 lbs 25c
Louis Coffee, per lb 35c
Strained Honey, pt. jar.28c
10 Bars Luna Soap. .. .49c
Large-Oats, 2 pkgs 45c
R.B.M. Stringless Beansl.">c
Oil Sardines 5c
Imperial Tea, lb 35c
Small Bread 9c
Large Bread 12';c
Tall Pink Salmon l">c
Goodwin's Apple Butter,
gallon can S1.1S
Oranges, pel dozen.... 24c
Large Jonathan Apples,
per peck 45c
CAPS LINEN COLLARS
HANDKERCHIEFS SOFT COLLARS
ARM BANDS MEN'S HOSIERY
ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR %ADIES' HOSIERY
KNIT UNDERWEAR KEY RINGS
DRESS GLOVES SILK TIES
WORK GLOVES KNIT TIES
WIDE WEB GARTERS
MEAT AND GROCERY DEPARTMENT
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
R. B. M. Coffee
Golden Gate Coffee
Thousand Island Dressing .
Welch's Quart Grape Juice.
Large Instant Pnstum
Small Instant Postum
. . 39c
15 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00—with any S2
Hershey '/a-lb. Chocolate Bars.22c
1 lb. pkgs. Postum Cereal 21c
Small Jar Hipolite 21c
No. 2 Can Kraft Macaroni
and Cheese -,'c
Pkg. Instant Swansdown Flour.29c
Oil Sardines, per can 5c
White Flier Laundry Soap,
13 bars 5"c
.00 order of Meat or Groceries.
Leg of Lamb
Good Beef Roast
. 1 r>c
Good Beef Steak ...
Good Boiling Beef, 3
lbs. for 25c
WE DELIVER ORDERS OK $2 OR OVER
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