The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, August 09, 1956, Image 6

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The Battalion PACE 6 ... College Station (Brazos County), Texas Thursday, August 9, 1956 MISSION WORK—Four local residents traveled 1,200 miles to Old Mexico to help with repair and construction work of the Agriculture and Industrial Education Mission. The local persons who journeyed were the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Workman and Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mack. Above another team member carefully surveys the agricultural improve ments. Local Residents Travel 1200 Miles to Assist Mission By BARBARA PAIGE Battalion Woman’s Editor Four College Station residents have returned from a 1200 mile trip to old Mexico where they spent six week teaching every thing from Bible lessons to proper sanitation processes at the Agri cultural and Industrial Edvication Mission. Making the trip to Teloloapan, Guerrero, Mexico were Rev. and Mrs. Charles Workman and Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mack. Rev. Workman, who is college chaplin at the A&M Presbyterian Church and Mack, who is an in dustrial education teacher at Lin coln High School, were part of a 13 man crew that worked on im- proverpents at the Mission and surrounding farms and villages. Gerald Nash, sophomore I. Ed. student here, and Jack Rowe, June architect graduate of A&M, ac companied the Workman’s and Macks on the trip. “Although we completed a lot of work projects that were needed at the Mission,” says Rev.' Work man, “we feel that we accomplish ed more by helping them to help themselves. We showed them how to use the resources they had on hand.” They refilled a wash-out road which was the only car route to the Mission, rebuilt wash-out flood control and water conservation dams, installed window panes, re paired mobile power generator for Mission, modernized plumbing for bible school class, among many other projects. Since the villages surrounding the Mission had no plumbing of any type, sanitation was a great problem. Rev. Workman and his group assisted in the proper pro cedure for these villages to use in maintaining more healthful con ditions. Mack, who is an accomplished basketball player, instructed the youth of the towns in basketball while Rev. Workman instructed in tennis. < Z^~cLmidii ^ uorite5 by Mrs. Melvin C. Schroeder Betty Jo is the wife of Dr. Schroeder who has been with the Geology department for two years. They live at 404 Jane Street in Colleg’e Station with their son, Robin, and daughter, Carol Anne. The Schroeder’s hail from Washington State. CARAMEL CAKE 2 cups brown sugar 1 cup sour milk or cream 2 cups sifted flour 1 t. soda Vi cup margarine or butter % cup nuts (*£ pound) cinnamon Pinch brown sugar, flour and margarine with fingers until crumbl ed good. Put half in bottom of greased 8 x 8 or 9 x 7 inch greased pan. Then add sour milk or cream to soda. Add rest of crumbs to sour milk mixture and pour on top of crumbs in pan. Pour nuts and cinnamon over top. Bake in 350 degrees oven about 40 minutes. Oo not open oven for first 30 monutes. EA’ERYDAY MEAT LOAF % cup dry bread crumbs % cup grated onion 1 cup milk 1 t. salt IV2 lb. ground beef Vs t. pepper 2 slightly beaten eggs % t. sage Soak bread crumbs in milk; add meat, eggs, onion, and season ings; mix well. Form in individual loaves and place in greased muffin pans. Cover meat loaves with Piquant Sauce (recipe given below). Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees) for 45 minutes. Serves 8. Or form in single loaf in 4 % by 8 % inch loaf pan. Spread sauce on top and bake 1 hour. PIQUANT SAUCE 3 T. brown sugar. % t. mutmeg % cup catsup 1 t. dry mustard Combine all ingredients for sauce. DATE PINWHEELS 2)4 cups chopped dates 1 cup sugar 1 cup water 1 cup chopped nutmeats V2 t. soda 1 cup shortening 2 cups brown sugar 3 eggs, well beaten 4 cups sifted flour V2 t. salt Combine dates, granulated sugar and water in saucepan and cook over low heat until thick. Add nutmeats and cool. Meanwhile cream shortening; add brown sugar. Add beaten eggs and beat well. Add remaining ingredients sifted together and mixwell. Divide mixture into two parts and roll each out separately into a rectangle about 14 inch thick. Spread with date filling and roll up into two long rolls. Chill over night. Slice. Bake. Makes about 100 cookies. 2 cups sugar % cup shortening 2-3 eggs, beaten 3 cups applesauce 3 cups sifted flour APPLESAUCE CAKE 2 level t. soda V2 t. cinnamon V2 t. nutmeg cloves 1 cup raisings 1 cup nuts. Thoroughly cream shortening and sugar. Add eggs and beat well. Add applesauce then sifted dry ingredients. Beat smooth and fold in raisings. Bake in waxed-paper-lined pan in moderate (350 degrees) 45 to 60 minutes. FRUIT SHERBET 1 banana juice of 1 orange % cup sugar • 1 cup top cream juice of 1 lemon 1 cup milk Crush banana with sugar. Add juice of lemon and orange. Com bine with top cream and milk. Freeze, stirring about every hour until frozen. SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 10, 11 GLADIOLA ISCUITS CANS.. 19c VEAL SALE GLADIOLA FLOUR LB. BAG 39c U. S. GOOD POT ROAST VEAL LB. U. S. GOOD SHOULDER STEAK .... 29c U. S. GOOD VEAL CHOPS „ 35c U. S. GOOD RIB STEW MEAT IB 15c FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER LB . 23c BACON B ^ CKHAWK 49c BOLOGNA OR LBS. SUNVALE LB JUMBO SLICED—LB 65c 35c 29c Pound Can -Lb. Can UNCLE WILLIAMS YELLOW or WHITE STOKELY No. 300 Can LUSTRE CREME Large Jar FOLGERS COFFEE SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING HOMINY PIE CHERRIES SHAMPOO ASPARAGUS COCKTAIL GREEN BEANS VAN CAMP’S TUNA „ c„ n GERBERS BABY FOOD 300 Cans DEL MONTE MARY WASHINGTON—No. 300 Can DEL MONTE FRUIT—No. 303 Can LE GRANDE CUT—No. 303 Can STRAINED 4 Cans CHEESE CLEARFIELD 2r -Lb. OAF 99c 79c 13c 21c 69c 39c 23c 10c 17c 35c 59c Helene Curtis SPRAY NET 1.25 sixe for 99c TTUC FRESH HARD HEADS EACH 10c CALIF. POTATOES SUNKIST LEMONS ALL PURPOSE 10 LB. BAG JUMBO SIZE 12 FOR 48 37 Lilly Mellorine V2 GaL Round Ctn. 59c V2 GaL Square Ctn. 49c VITALIS Hair Tonic 2 29c Bottles For 39c Start Now Collecting: Our Beautiful “SERENADE’ DINNERWARE SPECIAL THIS WEEK—With Each $5.00 Purchase SALAD PLATE 55c Value Special 19c SWINDLER’S WHITE EGGS LARGE doz 49 c Renown Whole GREEN BEANS, No. 303 can 23c Welch’s GRAPE JUICE, 24-oz. bottle 35c Del Monte Early Garden PEAS£15 FROZEN FOOD ★ TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS ★ Morton’s Fresh Frozen Chicken, Beef or Turkey Pot Pies, 3 8-oz. for 79c Homo Breaded Shrimp . lOoz. pkg. 49c Pasco—6-Oz. Cans Orange Juice, 2 cans 29c Frozen Delaware Punch, 2 6-oz. cans 27c SUPER mhfAVi