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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918.
A Department Of Domestic Econo
Purpose In Conserving Food Need
MAKE FINE BREAD
The Portuguese women of Maui,
particularly of the Pala district, have
made much progress in the use of
wheat flour substitutes. Mrs. A. C.
Bowdish, chairman of the food con
servation committee of Maul, states
that some of the very best war bread
she has seen is now being produced
among the Portuguese element of the
The following several recipes are
furnished by women who are among
the best bread makers in the county:
Potato Yeast For War Breads
Take one good sized potato, grate,
ndd 2 tb sugar and a little left over
yeast from last baking; add pt.
water, let it stand for about 3 hrs.;
grate 4 good sized potatoes, add to
yeast with 4 heaping tb. sugar, 1 heap
ing tb. salt and 1 qt. water. Let it
stand over night.
Mrs. M. S. De Ponte, Paia.
Use equal parts of corn meal and
wheat flour, add 1 qt. potato yeast,
(salt and sugar have been added to
the yeast). Add water a needed,
knead Into a loaf, when light put in
pans and let rise for about 1 hr. Bake
about 1 hr. in moderate oven.
Mrs. John P. Rodrigues, Paia.
Portuguese Barley Bread
To make the yeast, grate 2 big po
tatoes, add XM tb. salt, 1 tb. sugar, 1
pt. cold water, and yeast and let stand
To make the bread, 1 sifter barley
flour and 3 sifters wheat flour, 4
heaping tb. sugar, salt to taste, 1 pt.
yeast, add sufficient water to knead.
Let rise until light, knead Into loaves
when light bake for about 1 hr.
Mrs. Bruchal, Paia.
Wheat Barley And Rice Bread
Two level c. wheat flour, 2 heap
ing c. barley flour, c. rice flour,
2 tb. sugar, 1 t. salt, 1 c. potato yeast.
Sift all the dry ingredient together
add the yeast and knead with enough
water to make a stiff dough. Let it
rise, make it into loaves, let it rise
again until the pans are almost full.
Put it in the oven and bake for 1 hr.
and 15 min.
Mrs. Manuel Nunes, Jr., Paia.
One egg, 1 c. milk, Vi c. corn meal,
V4 c. barley flour, c. cooked hominy
1 t. syrup or honey, 1 t. baking pow
der, 1 t. salt. Scald milk and pour
over meal, add hominy, flour, fat and
honey or syrup. Beat well and bake
20 min. This makes 10 large muffins.
Thinned to the right consistency
makes good griddle cakes.
Mrs. J. P. Foster, Hamakuapoko.
War Time Muffins
One egg, 1 c. sour milk, 1 tb. su
gar, 1 t. salt, tt. soda, 2 t. baking
powder, 1 c. barley flour, 1 c. rye
flour, 1 tb. fat. Beat the egg, add the
sour milk, add the dry ingredients
sifted together and last the melted
fat. Beat well and bake 30 min in
a moderate over.
Note: May use water or sweet
milk, in that case omit the soda and
use 3 t. baking powder.
Note: For a change use 1A c.
barley flour and c. rice flour, or
use 1 c, rye or barley with 1 c. ol
corn flour or corn meal.
Mrs. A. C. Bowdish, Paia.
DO YOU KNOW?
It's a wise woman who knows Low
much six ounces of wheat really
amounts to. If just for once we
weighted the ingredients of every
thing we made, and everything which
went on the table, the truth would
It has been estimated that if each
individual uses not more than six
ounces of wheat per day the amount
saved will go far towards supplying
SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
JULY JULY JULY JULY JULY JULY JULY
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PARAMOUNT VAUDEVILLE FOXFILM PARAMOUNT METRO TRIANGLE
WAILUKU "L0VE rV rnr Lahainakilo WILLIAM Margaret Clarke in "THE
LETTERS" "WHO G0ES Church FARNUM Seven Swans ' HAPPINESS" CLODHOPPER"
ORPHEUM Dorothy Dalton ERE" Benefit "Price of Silence" "Vengeance and Chas. Ray
Fv rnn,H, "Stingaree" .. r, the Woman" hatal Kma "Their Weak
tox Comedy Comedies Coined es Pnth
Pathe News 1 a,ne ruews Moment"
FOXFILM PARAMOUNT Big VAUDEVILLE TRIANGLE
KAHULUI PARAMOUNT NO WILLIAM Margaret Clarke in Show Benefit "THE METRO
u rjyp pe SHOW FARNUM "Seven Swans" Lahainakilo CLODHOPPER" "LIGHT OF
THEATRE LETTERS silence.. (Special) Church , with HAPPINESS"
Comedies SUNDAY Comedies Sennett Restoration Chas. Ray Comedies
Comedy Pathe News Pathe News
my Intended To Serve A Patriotic
ed By The Allied Armies In Europe
the lack in Europe. We know in a
vajnie way that a one-pound loaf of
bread contains practically of a
pound of flour or 12 ounces.
Instead Of Yeast Bread
Why not try a week without any
yeast bread? It is easy to mix up
these corn and bailey breads and they
are more patriotic than yeast bread,
because they us No wheat.
Barley Baking Powder Biscuits
2 cups barley flour.
b teaspoon salt.
4 teaspoons baking powder.
3 tablespoons fat.
Sife the dry ingredients together,
rub in the fat, and add the liquid until
a soft dough is formed. Roll to about
inch thick, cut with a cookie cut
ter and bake in a hot oven.
1 cup boiling water.
2 cups cornmeal.
1 teaspoon salt.
2 teaspoons fat.
Pour the boiling water over the
other materials. Beat well. When
cool, form into thin cakes and bake
".0 minutes in a hot oven. Make 14
biscuits. These crisp biscuit are good
with butter or gravy. Eat them with
your meat and vegetables. Use them
Instead of brend.
1 cup oatmeal.
Little warm water.
Mix the oatmeal, warm water and
salt together into a firm dough. Do
not roll out but pat it with your hand
into a thin, flat cake. Then sprinkle
the top with oatmeal flour and toast
in front of the fire.
Three Cake Recipes
Corn (Flour) Sponge Cake
1 cup corn flour.
1 cup sugar.
2 tablespoons lemon.
Vs teaspoon salt.
Bake in an ungreased pan for 35 to
40 minutes. Start in a moderate oven
and when about half done raise the
temperature to that of a hot oven.
Mehtods of Mixing Sponge Cakes:
Separate whites and yolks. Beat
the yolks until thick and light lemon
color. Beat sugar into the stiffened
yolks, and add the lemon juice. Fold
in alternately the stiffly.beaten whites
Corn Flour Ground Rolled Oats
V6 cup fat.
1 cup syrup.
1 teaspoon salt.
2 cups corn flour.
M cup ground rolled oats
6 teaspoons baking powder.
1 teaspoon cinnamon.
2 squares chocolate.
1 teaspoon vanilla.
Cpice Cake 100 Barley Flour
M cup fat.
1 cup syrup.
. cup milk.
1 teaspoon vanilla.
M teaspoon ginger.
6 teaspoons baking powder.
1 teaspoon salt.
1 teaspoon cinnamon.
M teaspoon cloves.
1 teaspoon allspice.
3 cups barley flour.
1 cup raisins.
Method: Cream the .fat, sugar and
egg yolk. Add the sirup and mix
well. Add alternately the liquid, and
the dry ingredients sifted together.
Add the flavoring and fold in the
well beaten egg whites. Bake for one
hour in a moderate oven. After
twenty minutes raise the temperature
to that of a hot oven.
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS.
Sit the Theatres this aj
Maui High's Third
Class Is Grduated
I Continued from Page One.)
rlie interestingly triced the progress
of civilization down to the present
lime, showing how the peoples of the
world are being brought closer and
Miss Robinson's contribution to the
program was a beautiful little song,
which w:is most effective and much
Miss Miyo Yoshbawa, in her es
say on "Snmuraiism" gave a very in
leresting and carefully prepared ex
planation of ethical code of the Jap
anese people and showed how come
thine of the part it hni played in the
urowth of the development of the na
"The Moral and Intellectual Devel
opment of the Hawaiians" was the
theme of Mr. Kapohakimohewa. It
showed a race had been able to rise
from barbarism to a place ol respect
in the world of nations within a few
generations due to the inHumce of
a changed environment.
Miss Lindsay's "Class Prophecy"
was a humorous flight into the realms
of imagination in which her class
mates were the subjects of some very
remarkable activities. If they all live
up to the prediction of Miss Lindsay
there will certainly be no common
place members of the Class of '18.
' V;ini'n and the War" was the sub
ject oi Miss Well's essay, and was an
inspiring and instructive dissertation
on the part women has had in wars
in general and the place she is filling
so nobly in the present great sniggle.
Service Flag Unfurled
An Impressive feature of the eve
ning was the unfurling of a service
flag presented to the school by the
graduation class. The flag bears
seven stars representing members of
the class who had heard the call of
the nation and are now serving under
the Stars and Stripes in various
places. Mr. Linton, who unfurled the
flag, told of the part the Maui High
School through its students are play
ing (he war. His address was elo
quent and patriotic, and of especial
interest to almost every person pre
sent. The stars on the flag stand for
Douglas Wells, Herbert Wells, Cray
ton Sauers, Sanford Walker, Jack
Walker, Bertram Aiken, and Donald
Real Diplomas Given
The diplomas of the graduates were
presented by the Rev. E. E. Pleasant,
who in a short address took occasion
to assure, the class the diplomas were
genuine and without camouflage ot
any kind The occasion for this was
the Tact that it had first been an
nounced that the diplomas would not
be issued as such until some weeks
after the commencement in order that
the grading of the final examination
rapers might be checked up. The pro
tests from all over the Islands evi
dently had its effect for through speci
al eftort the grading was completed
fore iiie commencement an.l all of
the members of the class passed.
Following the presenting of the
Mplomas, the members of the f"
were almost buried in floral tributes
enl upon the stage by their friends.
Dance Saturday Evening
The graduating dance at the Com
munity House on Saturday evening,
following the commencement was a
delightful finish to the school year.
It was attended by. a large number of
A soldier in camp longs to keep in
touch with things at home. He will
be grateful to you for a year's sub
scription to the MAUI NEWS $2.50.
Ths Best In Town
And Up To-Dats Soda Fountain
Glvs Us a Trial
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU.
AT THE THEATERS
Some excellent pictures are booked
for the local play houses for the
coming week. Starting with Satur
day there will be the Paramount
"Love Letters" with Dorothy Dalton,
William Farnum the famous star in
the big play "THE TRICE OF SIL
ENCE" and Margaret Clarke in the
special Paramount picture, the
"SEVEN SWANS." The trade papers
says this is one of her finest pictures.
There are also booked 15 acts of
vaudeville from the other side of the
Island, the Lahainakilo Church re
storation benefit. This is a splendid
performance and given for a very'
worthy cause, the restoration of this
famous church on it 60th anniversary.
The following is a resume of some
of the pictures to be shown this week
for dates of showing see new calen
dar in advertisement.
William Farnum in the "PRICE OF
SILENCE" is a story of the South
following the Civil War period, dur
ing the days of the carpet-baggers,
and up to the present time showing
the conditions of the workers in the
factories. There is plenty of room
for William Farnum to show his great
acting ability which he does splendid
ly. Charles Ray In Triangle Play, "The
"LOVE LETTERS." a Paramount
with Dorothy Dalton, produced by
Thomas H. Ince is a story of a love
letter that showed up and made con
siderable trouble. The incidents are
new and novel. The picture is a real
treat as portrayed by Miss Dalton,
who will be remembered for tmany
fine pictures, including the Para
mount. "THE TRICE MARK."
Margaret Clarke in the star Para
mount "SEVEN SWANS" is a picture
for children from the age of six to
sixty years. Margaret Clarke is al
ways splendid and here she Is at her
best. With her seven little brothers
that are turned into swans it is her
task to get them back into human be
ings again. The Seven Swans has a
great supporting cast and every foot
of the film is a delight. The picture
received high praise from the review
ers, who declared that it was the
best she had made.
i in Whn frfumTW
The Lahainakilo Church Benefit
will be at the theaters as follows:
Monday, July 8th, Wailuku Orpheum;
Tuesday, July 8th, Puunene; Wed
nesday, July 10th, Kahului; Thursday
July 11th, Paia.
LABOR SHORTAGE MAY RE
DUCE SUGAR CROP 50,000 TONS
Unless some way is found to re
cruit the ranks of plantation laborers
to replace the men called out by mob
ilization of the guard and the draft
Hawaii's sugar crop for 1920 will run
."iO.oimi tons less than this year, ac
cording to estimates of sugar men.
The lni9 crop will feel no ill effects
of tin- shortage, as It is now in good
growing condition, but with fewer
men to cultivate the cane next year a
shortage in 192ii is anticipated.
Every effort will be made by the
plantations to double up on their
working program by extending the
hours of labor and reducing holidays
and time off Star-Bulletin.
..Elsie (aged five) I do hope some
Dutchman will marry me when I grow
Aunt Mary Why dear?
Elsie Because I want to be a
THE HOME OF THE
Stein way ni Starr
Ws have a large stock of
In-side Pluyer IMnnos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos in exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd
Sealed tenders will be received at
the Office of County Clerrk, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, until
2:00 P. M. Friday, July 12th, 1918 for
the construction of 4 one-room bunga
low school buildings at the Kameha
meha III School at Lahaina, Maui,
and 1 one-room bungalow school build
ing at Kaunakakai School, Kaunaka
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all tend
ers. Plans and specifications and blank
proposals are on file at the Office of
the County Engineer.
A deposit of $5.00 is required for
each set of plans and specifications.
By Order of the Board of Super
visors within and for the County of
WM. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
(June 28; July 5.)
A'o broken points
no bother of re-sharpening
Perfect Point Pencils
Do nut require sharpening;
they are s e 1 fsharpcniug.
The Eversharp is not a toy,
or a novelty, or a clutch
pencil; hut a scientifically
constructed writing instru
ment. iMTviccahL', elegant pencils,
very useful gifts. Can he
had in Silver and Gold.
PRICK $1.00 TO $5.00.
HONOLULU, T. II.
LODGE MAUI, NO. 114, A. F. A A
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall. Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren art cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. PEACOCK. R W. M.
JAMES CUM MING, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. S KNIGHT
Regular meetings will be held at
ths Knights of Pythias Hall. Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend
II. S. PERRY, C. C.
J. C. BLAIR, K. R. & S.
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239
ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS
Regular meetitms will be held at
Moose Hall, Kahului, on the first and
third Thursday of each month, at 7:30
All visit ing jip.iber8 are cordially
invited to attend.
CARL F. N. ROSE,
EH Hawaiian Views and Post Cards
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