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Soda Recipes Create Goodies Like Grandma's BY DOROTHY MADDOX irVBR try using old-fashioned p. baking soda in cookies and iakes? Our grandmothers did, pad their baking was something to remember. So let’s try a few toda recipes, You won’t be dis uppointed. Paleface Brownies (16) ■>, One cup sifted, all-purpose. hour.-'V* teaspoon baking soda, % teaspoon salt, Vi cup shortening, faelted and cooled; I cup firmly brown Sugar, .2 eggs, beaten; J teaspoon vanilla" ex tract, I, tablespoon vinegar, % cup chocolate pieces (3 ounces). - I Biff together flour, baking soda id * salt.. Combine j shortening, fgar, eggs and vanilla extract, lend in dry ingredients and negar, mixing until smooth, iir in chocolate pieces. Spread i greased, 8-mch square pan. . Bake in a moderate oven (350 sgrees F.) about 30 minutes, 00l slightly and cut into [uares. Cool thoroughly. ' Peanut Butter Cake (Two 8-inch round layers) Two cups'sifted cake flour, X ! spoon baking soda, % tea oirsalt, % cup creamy peanut ter, Vi cup shortening, 1 cup ily packed brown sugar, 1 spoon vanilla extract, 2 eggs, ;up milk, Vi cup vinegar, ift flour, baking soda, and together. ream together peanut butter,' rtening, sugar and vanilla ex it until soft and smooth. Beat >ggs until mixture is light and fy. < dd dry Ingredients alternate vith milk and vinegar, begin- Points to Check On Waffle Iron If pays to buy a waffle iron With a heat control or at least With a' heat indicator. With a heat control you can set the dial for the temperatre needed and never Worry about too much or too lit tle .beat. A heat indicator shows the amount of heat but doesn’t prevent overheating. i Another feature recommended Is insulated handles and legs. Well-insulated handles prevent accidental bums and a waffle iron With legs that are insulated or raised up from the table won’t tnar the finish. Paleface brownies and a hot beverage—wonderful combination for a snack on winter evenings. Cut down on kitchen chores— use paper plates and cups when serving late-evening goodies. ning and ending with dry ingre- floured 8-inch round layer cake dients; beat until mixture is pans. Bake m a moderate oven blended after each addition. (375 degrees F.) 20 to 25 minutes. Pour equal amounts of batter Coo] before frosting with pCa into each of two greased and nut butter frosting. COME IN AND VISIT OUR DISPLAY OF ALL THE LATEST @*mstrong FLOORS FOR FAU. Or Phone 7-6251 For Free Installation Estimate by Factory Trained Men. No Obligation. (Armstrong (floors >V\ for every room In the home. *v£s W < i£- r 7~ ■T**'' ~ trv* ** CORLON® ’ CORKSTYLE* ASPHALT TILE ' All'the luxurious appearance of cork tile at a most economical price. Corktone Asphalt Tile can be installed in basements or in basementless homes, ‘tsaoe.mank k • . | u 4 EAST KIHfiST. UNCASTER, PA. N D RtDKKM *4)U n ORE Lancaster Fanning, Friday, November 4, 1955 Tufted Rugs Are New High - quality moderate - cost lugs that are tufted instead of woven that’s what homemak ers can look'for when they shop for new rugs this fall. Rug manufacturers are adding equipment for tufting, a process similar to hooking, to their plants, according to Missßuth K. Kimble, extension home economist, Lan caster County. One reason for this new de \elopment is excellent consumer response to the tufted floor cov erings, which give more quality for the money than woven rugs. This is because of the taster and therefore lower-cost manufactur ing processes. More fiber goes in to each rug and the pile is high er. For this reason wool is not generally used for tufting. Most tufted rugs are made of cotton, rayon, and blends at pres- MifiimiifiiiiiuitiiiiKiiiiiit'immimimiimiiiuiuiiui! W. L. 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Special soil resistant brushes are beginning to be applied to the manmake fibre rugs. Need for such treatment was pointed up by the piesent trend toward light colored rugs Those containing manmade fibers tended to soil faster because many manmades have a static atti action for dirt Another trend in floor cover ings is toward more pattern and design to complement the many plain textures being shown in other home fuinisings 'tweeds, floials, and contemporary treat accents in smooth-surtace carpet ments >n pile lugs and metallic ing are among present offerings. Though wool is still top favorite is a rug fiber, the use of man made fibers alone or in blends ir. widening considerably Cotton is still a popular choice iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimmim Zimmerman & Sons U i i Self-Service Foods Bottled Gas Intercourse, Pa. 5 f 3 '