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lrs. Wilsen Gives Three Recipes for Making' Delicious Ltytle Cakes, Either jn Small Pans or Else Cut Out of a Sheet An t BY MRS. M. A. WILSON , ..it. hu iff. U. A. WUse. copy"- HeM rtttrvt T' ' HE cup cake, the slice cakee, and similar cakes are made in a dljhtljr different manner from the cakea given In the' preceding lessens. Ti,. cun cakes are usually baked in the various stees of the muffin pans, start - tnt with the tiny beuchc te the regular Jlwdmuffln pan 'that is usually two and .!i.half te three inches across the top. enBefi starting te mix the cake batter, ttke the pans and be sure they are clean Md smooth inside, rub liberally wUh ghertenlng and then dust with Innr. Turn pans upsidedewn, and tap ifilnst the table te remove excees flour, place in cool place until ready for use. Individual Wine Cakes One' cup of sugar, ..... five tohleipeont of mettea shorten- Oni teaspoon of vanUta. One-quarter teatpoen of nutmeg, v!l.. nt twn eaas. Crtam this mixture until light and neffyj new piace in tee smer Tue and"one'Quarter.eup of flour. Three teaspoons of oeking powder. gift the flour and baking powder three times, new add te the prepared mixture in the mixing bowl. Then add Three-quarters cup of milk or water. Beat until' the batter is smooth and leeks like whipped cream, which ' usually takes about five minutes. Then cut and fold in the stiffly beaten whites of two eggs, and turn in the pre , pared muffin pans, filling tits pans bout half full. Bake in het even, which Is about 420 degrees fahrenheit, for twelve minutes. Then turn from the pans at once. Te refill the pans clean pan with coarse dry cloth by rubbing ' hard, then grease and flour again, ana refill with the balance of the cake bat ter. If unable te bake all the batter nt one time set the bowl containing this bitter in cool place. Te ice the wine cakes use plain water icing, and ice either just the top or the entire cake. Butter Spenge Place in mixing bowl One cup of eugar, Yelki of three eggi, . , Four toblespeont of teft butter. Cream eggs, sugar and butter until rerv light and fluffv. new add nut or similar mixtures .used, .The top is then covered with Icing, , Te receive a raUng en this lessen wrlte the questions and the answers en one side of the paper, In ink, and mail ie me wiui suunpea envelope. J will examine and return with n marklnr. 1. Give method of preparing the ' r C-ir small cakes, and why? a. I'e Ml should you flit these pans, iiiiu yuyi 8. Give some suggestions for pre vldlng variety in thtee cakes. 4. About hew thick would you pour ids euiier in me pan ler a slice cake, and why? . NEW NORWOOD SCHOOL The joint beard of education for the towns, of Olenelden and Norwood has awarded contracts for the building of the new joint hlgn school, halfway between the towns. The cost will be aoeut siie,uuu. flHJp TVmVA MLA.,?23,, 1922 . I. rUATTRESSECl I III RINOVATID V I I Brass Btfs Rtlaeiiwrti I l Wtf mtfMvxmfm nil ulfmjMulki t.. httllU meiMil tA ttMtll At 1.R tlh AAA. Vfeathen Sterilised Made Inte Hsttrctiei us sprues Ke-nphaltcrcd Our Aute Call Evtrvwhtri VCirilCI'C Id Wuhlnsten Ave. iHWMJU u ph. I. 4703. Est. 87 Yrs. Fer New Stylet and Pretty Amu (Beauty Net) Wnmin ar fast learning the varus of ths um of dslatena for rsmevliia; hair or fiui from face, neck pr arms. A pasta la mad with soma powdered dtlatens and water and ipread en ths hairy aurface. In 3 or S minutes It Is rubbed off. the akin waabed and every bit of hair has disappeared. Ne fail ure will result If you are careful te buy senulne dalatene and mix fresh ae wanted. Adv. OUR tidSwmm ifmn . ii,ip n vWyiiVE, Lasts lerurer. due te the efficiency of our method. Ne incen- , venlence or discomfort Ne ether method like it. VHONB, SPBCCB 84-8 K$sttl418 Walnut St$$$$i ' VW nnriiurr IUwlii!r-l11hiAL 234 3. 11 St Pkeae WL 1U2 One and one-half cupt of flour. Sift the flour and baking powder four Tire teaspoons of baking powder. times before adding te the mixture in the bowl. One-half cup of cold water. Beat this mixture te smooth batter for about five minutes, then cut nnd fold in the stiffly beaten whites of the three egga. Turn in an ableng or square pan, and bake twenty minutes in het even. Te prepare the pan, grease and flour It. Fancy Sheet Mixture for Making Special Cut Cakes Place in mixing bowl One and one-quarter cups of sugar, Bis tablespoons of butter, Talks of four eggs. Cream until light and fluffy, hew add Tke and three-quarters cups of flour, Three teaspoons of baking powder. . 81ft the flour and baking powder four tirees before adding te the mixture in I the bowl ! Three-quarters cup of milk. New beat the cake mixture until it, is imoeth, nnd like cream, then cut and fold in the stiffly beaten whites of the . four eggs, and turn In a well-greased " and floured baking pan, having tbe batter about ene Inch deep. Bake in het even for eighteen minutes. When cake is cold, cut in cither oblongs or squares, ana cover witn icing. Fer variety the squares may be split in two or inree, ana n ninng or either jelly, Things You'll Leve te Make STORE ORDERS iRcreitf Your perianal Vain Appearances . eeant these days. Oar plan enables yen te dress well with eiethlns; from the . leadles re tail stores of PhUa. Yeu pay na In moderate amounts that will net tax your earnings, as thousands have been doing- for the past BO years. WRITE FOB DETAILS TONIGHT IMC IMS Marriett Bres. 1111 CHESTNUT STREETS vn&iwu(8ex. Woel-feFrir6ed StollepBti Sleeve BBiBBsaasaaflSPPPIlBB XKWgxPlssr JBatsaaasaaWPt:-.:-:My Paint Headquarters The Kuehnle Retail Paint Stere at Vine and 17th Sts. as headquarters for paint service and Information. Net only can you get finest paints here but also expert advice en the best kinds adapted te your various needs. "Sav thm Surface" Kuehnle PAINT&PAINTING Vine & 17th. Sts. , SPRUCE 37 RAC07749 I WW. 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Yeu de net ask your family te sit down te the table with un known guests. Are you equally careful about the meats you invite them te eat? Equally sure of wherethey come from, what they are, who stands sponsor for them? Nowadays, fortunately, the risk is net great. But with Swift & Company's products there is none. Swift & Company's products re the result of years of experi ence, of careful, conscientious effort. Their quality is a constant fac tor, always te be depended upon. The consumer is doubly pro tected because, in addition te the care used by Swift & Company, Swift's feed products are care fully inspected by government empleyes and bear the federal inspection stamp. The word "Premium" en ham or bacon means that we stake our pride and the reputation of years en that ham or bacon. These products have been selected, cured, smoked, and handled by workmen who take the same pride in our products that we de. Be sure of Swift's products and thus make certain that no strange or unknown feed is in troduced into the family circle I Swift & Company, u. s. A. Seven Wholesale JHatributinjr Markets in Philadelphia Central Office, gth and Qlrard Avenusa F. M. Hall, District Manager. I Cft5etl' I I, J 1 WANAMAKER'S MAY 23, 1111 .-Jt.-V $" si 5C V"V The Wanamaker Down Stairs Stere c -f "i Clearaay of 1500 Pair of Women's Chamois-Lisle Gloves at Half Price 25c 50c 75c Av miscellany of fashionable chamois-lisle gloves in the most. desirable lengths and colorings all of excellent quality. All sizes in the collection, though net In every style. Cheesing, however, is geed, and all of the gloves are HALF PRICE. 25c Pair for 2-clasp gloves with embroidered backs in black, gray and brown. 50c Pair for strap-wrist gloves with apearpeint backs biscuit, gray, beaver and chamois color. Alse 8-button length in cham pagne color. 75c Pair for novelty gloves with braided or embroidered cuffs and embroidered backs; in beaver, covert and white. Alse for 16-button length gloves with Paris-point backs in champagne color. (Central) Sale of Men's Oxfords $3.85 It is seldom that anything; less than a five-dollar bill can touch oxfords like these! Straight - lace and blucher styles are in various tan leath ers, all with poed welted soles and .some with rubber heels. Net all sizes in every style, but geed cheesing. (Oallery, Market) Scores of Fascinating Summer Frecks $8 $7.50 $4.50 Straight-line gingham dresses with tailored pique cellars are in navy, black, green, red, brown, pink or Copenhagen gingham at $2.50, $3.50 and $3.75. Of imported ginghams at $4.50 te $8. A particularly pretty gingham frock, copied from a much mere expensive model, is of imported material and shows a touch of hand work in the cellar, cuffs and pockets. $4.50. " Light or Dark Voile Dresses show little checks, figures and polka dots of vari ous sizes. Seme have interesting foulard patterns en navy blue or black grounds. $5.50, $6.50, $7.50 te $10.76. Special Prices en Silk Dresses $11.25, $13.50, $16.50 $11.25 dresses are youthful affairs of beaded crepe dc chine in black or navy blue. Alse a few tricelette dresses with a lace stripe, in navy blue ever rose color. $13.50 and $16.50 dresses are of navy, brown, black or Copenhagen taffeta, ruffled or embroidered. Seme have vestees of Georgette in jade, Copea Cepea hagen or henna. (Market) Weel-and-Fiber Rugs Lew Priced Geed-looking reversible rugs, check full of service ! We believe that there are no mere durable rugs at low prices than wool-and-fibers of the high grade found in Wanamaker's Down Stairs Stere. 6x9 feet, $7.50 and $9. 7.6 x 9 feet, $9 and $12. 8.3x10.6 feet, $11.50 and $14 9 x 12 feet, $12.50 and $15 12 x 12 feet, $17.50 and $22.50 12 x 15 feet, $22.50 and $27.50 (Chestnut) Corset-brassieres, $2.50 These new things which have the advantages of bandeaux and girdles combined are very convenient for holiday and vacation wear. They have 10-ineh girdles, partly of elastic and partly of figured mesh, below the well-cut bandeaux. They hook in back and have four hose supporters. (Ontrnl) 500 Flexible Bracelets Half Price at 65c Glittering, glinting lights! Bracelets set with imitation stones in the colors of sap phires, amethysts, emeralds, diamonds, tourmalines, etc. Hew the light flashes from their various shaped settings! Seme are altogether of rhinestones or colored stones and ethers are in combinations. Ever se pretty dances. 'Central) for Summer Summery New Silk Hats at $8 Many blnck-and-whitc combinations, tee, which are especially smart. Other hats of crepe de chine are in combinations of gray-and-navy, navvand white and in plain white, navy, black or 'beige The crepe tic chine is of a heavy quality and the shapes of the hats are especially becoming. Hats of baronet satin with transparent brims are prettv for Summer evenings. Excellent hats for the seashore ever a week end or holiday! (Market) Crepe de Chine $1.50 Yard 38 inches wide in jade, rose, henna, hilvcr, orchid, Quaker, flesh, turquoise, coral, ivory, African and seal brown, navy and black. (Central) Women's Twe-Piece Pink Pajamas, $1 KefiA i? d,!!?r's worth' tee! dc of batiste, thp little ceatee is shirred and stitched with blue and the trousers have ankle mines. Deuble-Panel White Sateen Petticoats, $1 th, ILRmStrn,V,iriRtl1i-with "Hoping at New Cellar Sets, 25c Teter Pan or roll cellars with cuffs arc of fine eyelet embroidery or of sheer organdie embroidered or trimmed with lace and hand-work. Guimpes, Special, $1.50 Ready te wear with sweaters or slip-en frocks. They are of cream-colored net and lace with Peter Pan cellars or roll cellars; also of snowy organdie wth Peter Pan cellars. ( rnlnil) Babies' Bennets for Less Because They Are Mussed iiiir rnmnQ 1 anltarv nnnte fl" "::'" B IWaie T:p;7hi S5T" lu " n snowy a whit "w e e. (Csntral) All .sorts of pretty little" bonnets for babies te ...cui-uju!. ui nnc wnitc lawns nnd trimmed with embroideries, lucch and They'll be fresh as new after a tubbinir $1.50. (( rntrul) HWISHC3 rlbbena. 35c te It's Time for Middies and Bleemers Girls' white jean middies are made in a great variety of ways, some even showing Peter Pan cellars. Trimmed with Copenhagen, red or color ful checked gingham, middies range from $1, $1.50 te $J. . , Khaki-color bloomers, sizes 6 te 16 years, $2, Middies te match, sizes 6 te 14, $1.60. (Mrbtt) X Hf&tv.iA3b('& aft-n.) ..tf.V-j, . rv,wgfeAi mjm , h & ,ft.,w..t&&.ty.J.1fr. f-j if .