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Annuel Contest Held By 4-H'ers BY BETTY CAPP8 Assistant Hone Economic· A|tnt Want to add variety to meals? Then, 4-H Club girls in the county say "Use Fruits und Vegetables in Appealing Ways." In their annual Fruit and Vegetable Use Demon stration Contest. Saturday, March 23, in the Agricultural Puilding in Whiteville 4-H , gills throughout the county county demonstrated how fruits and vegetables can be used to add zest, taste, and color appeal to everyday meals. Winners in the event wore Senior Division: 1st place, Ella Neill from Mishop Springs 4 H; 2nd place, Patsy Evans, Western Prong 4-H. Junior Division winners giving indi vidual demonstrations were first place, Rebecca Bowen, Mishop Springs; second, Becky Smith. White Marsh; 3rd Kitty Jo Lawlng. White Marsh. Junior team winners were June Sessions and Janet Ses sions from White Muish. Objectives of the Fruit and Vegetable Use Demonstration are: 1. To emphasise the nutri tion importance of fruits and vegetables in the dist. 2. T· develop 4-H Club members through applied demonstration techniques. 3. To teach others by 4 II meetings home demon stration meetings, el vice groups and others. RAWLEIGH DEALER needed in PT. OF COLUMBUS CO. Write Rawleig'h Dept. NC D 241 849, Richmond, Va. Apr.3,10,17,24p SCt Creamed "Ciib Mcat ÖelieHt ~ The menu challenge is greater when meals are to be meatless. At moments like this, experienced cooks turn to recipes which •re tasty and satisfying like this Creamed Crab Meat in Potato Nests. This new recipe, developed and tested by the Borden Kitch en, promises real eating pleasure. creamed i rab Meat in Potato Nests (Makes 6 servings) Potato Nests: l tu^ wilier , 11 teaspoon salt V» teaspoon pepper 1 cup cold homogenized milk χ ία servings; pacKage Instant Whipped Potato Flakes 2 tablespoons butter 2 eggs, beaten ·*.} Vt cup melted butter in medium-size saucepan, combine water, salt and pepper. Cover and bring to boil. Remove from heat. Add milk; potato flakes and butter. Stir gently with fork or wire whip until flakes have absorbed liquid. Whip briskly. Add beaten eggs and whip until well blended. On a buttered baking sheet, divide potatoes into six even portions. With the back of a spoon, shape into nests that are four inches in diameter. Brush with melted putter. Bake in very hot oven (450"F.) 10 minutes, or until potatoes arc golden brown. To serve, fill with Creamed Crab Meat. Creamed Crab Meat: ν* cup Duner 1 tablespoon instant minced onions V* cup flour , 1 teaspoon salt V* teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon Wyler's Parsley Flakes 2 cups homogenized milk 3 cups (two-6',4 oz. cans) * cooked crab meat, flaked % cup (one 4-oz. can) firandywine Fancy Sliced ^ Button Mushrooms, drained In medium-size saucepan, melt butter and saute onions until golden brown. Blend in nour, salt, pepper and parsley flakes. Stir until smooth. Gradually blend in milk and cook over low heat until thickened, stirring constantly. Add crab meat and mush rooms. Blend thoroughly. Cook 5 minutes longer, or until thor oughly heated. Makes 4 cups. Fill each potato nest with cup of the hot filling. Community Club Hears Horticulturist The Guide Community De velopment Club met last Mon day night with Mrs. Maude Butler. There were 30 members present to hear the guest speaker, John H. Harris, pro fessor of Horticulture at N. C. State College, Raleigh. Mr. Harris, assisted by - co unty agent Charles Raper, showed slides on landscaping. After a most interesting talk by the plant expert a discus sion period was held. During the business session members continued plans to build a community clubhouse. Mrs. Butler served refresh ments at the close of the meet· ing. David Ward of the Williams Township community was a mong 168 students at the Un iversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to make the Dean's List for the past semester. To qualify for the high honor, a student must have all A's ami B's. CARD OF THANGS We would like to thank our friends lor the prayers, cards and letters we received during our recent illness. Your kind ness has meant much to us We :nall never forget your thoughtful deeds. Steve and Albert Goldfinch With Our Home Agents This being the Lenten Sea son I thought You might like some timely information on the^ foods available and some recipes for Lenten dishes. March—the windy month — is also egg month. In March, eggs take the featured spot on the U. S. Department of Agri culture's List of Plentiful Foods. But a good assortment of other foods also is expected to be in abundant supply during March. USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service lists read tart cherries, potatoes, canned corn, sweet potatoes, carrots, onions, cottage cheese, pork, rice, peanuts and peanut pro ducts, and, in some areas, dry beans. The plentiful supply of eggs in Mavch ties in nicely with the l^enteu season. It offers homernakers an economical protein food that can be made into hearty, appetizing main dishes. Two other popular main dish partners, also on the March list of plentifuls, are pork and dry beans. With the bulk of the fall porR production com ing to market during March. April, and May—you'll find abundant supplies of fresh pork at reasonable prices. And what could be tastier in brisk, windy March than a boiled dinner? Several of the ingredients come directly from the Plentiful Foods List—po tatoes, onions, and carrots. This year's potato stocks are of near record size, and prices are relatively low. Carrot sup plies during mid-February to April also are likely to be heavy. The winter carrot crop is estimated at 6 million hun dred weight, second largest on record and IG percent larger than a year ago. Onions, too, are in good supply. Production of summer onions is 12 per cent larger than last year: stocks, 18 percent higher: and a larger new crop from Texss also is expected to be-avail able during March. Sweet potatoes are another vegetable that has been record | yields this year. For the home maker. this will mean rela tively low prices for the re mainder of the season. Along with these fresh veg etables, canned corn continues to be a good buy. Supplies are 11 percent above a year ago and record large. The situation is much the j same with red tart cherries. Canners' stocks are 50 percent I over the most recent 5-year j average. Prices are down. Tit tie in with Lenten men us. cottage cheese appears on the March list, alone with rice, which gets a special promo tion during National Rio· Week, the third week of Mar* eh. FUh'n Seafood Dishes Baked Crab Bla«ue—4 to I Servings 1 10 V4 ounce cun undiluted rondensed cream-of mus h - room soup 1 10 Mi ounce cun undiluted rondensed tomato soup 4 cup milk V« teaspoon dried basil, crumbled Va teaspoon seasoned salt Coarsely ground black pep per tsp Worcestershire sauce 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1 pound crab meat, cut into bite-size pieces 1 cup grated cheese cooked rice, spaghetti or macaroni. Combine cream-of-mushroom soup, tomato soup, milk, basil, seasoned salt, pepper, Wor cestershire and lemon juice, blending well. Stir in crabb meat. Spoon into a 1 Me-quart baking dish; sprinkle with grated cheese. Bake at 325 de grees 35 to 45 minutes, or un til bubbly. Serve over cooked rice, spaghetti or macaroni. Boiled Soy-Salmon Steaks—€! Servings G salmon steaks 3 tablespoons soy sauce 1 teaspoon ground ginger Vi teaspoon garlic powder 2 teaspoons sugar 1 tsp. grated lemon peel Va cup fresh lemon juice "4 cup water lemon quarters Place salmon steaks in a shallow dish. Combine remain ing ingredients, except lemon quarters; pour over salmon and marinate for several hours. Drain, reserving sauce for basting. Arrange salmon steaks on greased broiler raek, about 4 inches from heat, j Broil 6 to 8 minutes on each *ide, brushing often with win·«·. Serve with lemon quart srs. ti roiled Lobster Tails with Lemon-Curry Bam 4 Servings 2 large lobster tails (1 lb. ?ach > 1/3 cup butter or margarine, melted '.4 tsp. onion powder 1/8 tsp. curry powder 1 tsp. grated lemon peel. 2 tablespoons fresh lemon iuice 1/8 tsp. salt pepper to taste lemon quarters Split lobster tails in half. With sharp knife, loosen lob· ster meat leaving meat In shell. Place on broiler about 4-inches from heat. 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Keep the insects off new-set plants and you'll save yourself a whole lot of replantin* money. And most likely make better weight That's fust what you can do with Isorox Transplanter solution. Iscrrox put« protection around new plants, keeps off wirewonns and other pests that chew young tobacco. Helps plants take hold good and strong. And early. And Isorox couldn't be much simpler. You Just mix it in with your transplanting water. You don't have to agitate it, so there's no tricky equipment needed. Nine times oat of ten you'll get · lot better weight from that good first stand. You'll save yourself a tidy sum on re plantin' costs. ($5 to $6 an acre is a pretty fair estimate.) And growers we've talked to tell us that the 75 cents to $1 an acre they've invested in Isotox Trans planter Solution has paid off in yield increases worth anywhere from $100 to $300 an acre. As the man said, "that ain't hay* No sir. That's tobacco .. · the money-makin' kind. Ortho Isotox Transplanter Solution is a concentrate, to a little bit goes a long way. Just 6 ounces, mixed with 200 gallons of transplanting water wSU protect an acre of tobacco "Helping the World Grow Betted CAMFORNIA CHF.M1CA1. ΟΒΜΡΑΝΥ,ΟΛΤΗΟ DIVIMOM, 1421 P«*rhtr·· S» . N. Tabor City Dealer· Buffin· Grocery E. W. Fonvielle & Son· Twin State Fertilizer Co. A. H. Wright Supply Co. W. F. Cox Co. Tabor Hardware St. Furniture Co. Tabor City Trading Co.