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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 8 MIDNIGHT SNACKS FOR A SLUMBER PARTY There's one teenage pas- thne that never seems to go out of style...and that's a slumber party. This is the time when young girls get together to try new hair- styles, listen to records, learn the latest dances and talk until the wee hours of the morning. All that talking and danc- ing is enough to make any- t)ody hungry--especially a teenager! Around midnight they probahly will migrate toward the kitchen for a little snack. They will need something sweet and nutri- tious to restqre the energy they have used up. Although a slumber party is more a matter of mood than food, the appro- priate foods and the back- grounds for ~erving them contribute to the gaiety of the occasion. Wise mothers will provide nutritious party foods for their young" guests. Peanuts are popular with kids of all ages and they are a must for any slumher party menu• Peanuts are one ~)f the most nutritious foods known. Even snack quan- tities supply significant amounts of protein, niacin, magnesium and other im- portant food elements. Peanuts are delicious as they are, or when used as a recipe ingredient. Frosted Sandwich Cake and Butter- scotch (:hews with Peanuts are nourishing, quick-energy foods that are sure to satisfy any teenager's sweet tooth. FROSTED SANDWICH CAKE I cup ground cooked ham 1/2 cup chopped Planters Cocktail Peanuts /4 cup mayonnaise 1 tablespoon drained pickle relish 3 packages (8-ounces each ) cream cheese. softened I/3 cup pineapple preserves 8 thin slices white bread 8 thin slices whole wheat bread 1/3 cup milk Pineapple tidbits Maraschino cherries Combine ham, 1/4 cup Planters Cocktail Peanuts, mayonnaise and pickle rel- ish in small bowl; mix well. Set aside. Combine 1 package cream cheese and pineapple preserves in small mixing bowl; beat until tight and fluffy. Stir in remaining 1/4 cup Planters Cocktail Peanuts. Spread each of 4 slices whole wheat bread and 4 slices white bread with 3 tablespoons cream cheese mixture. Spread remaining 4 slices white bread with 1/4 cup each of ham filling. Layer slices of bread to form 4 stacks with ham fiN- ing in center of each stack. Top with remaining 4 slices whole wheat bread. Trim crusts. Place stacks side by side; press together Wrap in plastic wrap. Chill several hours. An hour or two before serving combine remaining cream cheese and milk in small mixer bowl. Beat until light and fluffy. Use to frost sides and top of cake. Use pineapple tidbits and pieces Ill Try not to arrive at meals ravenously hungry or you will fill up on rolls and butter while you are waiting to be served Q. l'm a newlywed who has ~ust learned to drive. My husband, who has been driving for nine years, has been awarded a lower premium rare Ior his good driving record. But I haven't had a chance to earn my lower rate yet and 1 don't Ihmk iCs fair. Are there any mher reasons for which an msurani'/' company might give an auto insurance discount ,,(her than a safe driving n.cord? B of maraschino cherry to form flowers on top of cake. Makes 8 servings. BUTTERSCOTCH CHEWS WITH PEANUTS 112 cup (l stick) Fleischmann's Margarine 2 cups firmly packed light brown sugar 1-1/2 cups unsifted flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup chopped Planters Cocktail Peanuts Melt Fleischmann's Mar- garine over low heat. Re- move from heat. Stir in brown sugar; set aside to cool. Blend together flour, baking powder and salt. Stir eggs into cooled brown sugar mixture, then blend in dry ingredients with vanilla ex- tract and Planters Cocktail Peanuts. Spread mixture in- to a greased 13 x 9 x 2-inch baking pan. Bake at 350OF. 25 to 30 minutes, or until done. Cool in pan. Cut into squares while warm. Makes 20 cookies (2 -112 x 2 -1/4 -inches each). /i i!:iilV!¸ / ii i:~ i GRAND OFFICERS 1974-75 - Front row, left to right: James M. Eidson, Sr., Grand Master; Lloyal H. Fletcher, Deputy Grand Master; Thomas B. Whaley, Senior Grand Warden; Wilbur O. Harden, Junior Grand Warden; Eely E. Jack- son, P. G. M, Grand Treasurer; Penson R. Graham, P. G. M., Grand Secretary; Rev. A. Brooks Tanton, Grand Chaplain; and Guy Livingston Colbert, Grand Orator. in some states. Also, the smaller the community you live in, the less risk of accident and ......... ! the lower the rate you pay. Lower rates are also given to ....... young drivers who have taken driver training courses, for a second car, cars with ignition- safety belt interlock systems. and sometimes to young married couples like yourseh'es. Feel better now? A. Yes. Lower premium i ~_.~ rates may be awarded for a ! number " of reasons: For example, if you use a car pool to get to and from work, the ~i iii ...... i ii :/ii i: i¸ ! cost of your insurance can Up, sluggard, and waste not decline as much as 30 percent life; in the grave will be sleep- ing enough. Back row, left to right: Emory J. Ferguson, Grand Marshal; Turton, Grand Historian; Lonnie W. Roberts, Senior Grand Deacon; Mi Jones, Junior Grand Deacon; Laurence B. Campbell, Senior Grand Henry Hardy, Junior Grand Steward; James W. Nolen, Grand Tiler; and 1 T. Peavey, Deputy Grand Tiler. TO THE MASONIC Lo,i VITAL REA LEGISLATION DISCUSSED - - Rural Electric Cooperative officials recently re- turned from Washington where they met with Sen. John Sparkman (seated) to discuss vital legis- lation pending before the Congress concerning rural electric cooperatives. These officials, members of the Alabama Rural Electric Association, also visited other members of the Alabama Congressional delegation and took part in a luncheon at which Senator Sparkman was the prin- cipal speaker. From left to right are Lester Stevens, Box 222, Rt., 5, Dothan; J. H. Caraway, Rt. 1, Florala; Harold Miller, Rt. 1, Cottonwood; J. H. Meadows, Rt. 2, Columbia; Bruce Dyess, General Manager of the Hartford Cooperative, Box 101, Hartford; and James E. Kilgore, Rt. 1, Box 63, Webb. ON THEIR 105th ANNUAL 24TH OF JUNE CELEB quu rnpan II II TO THE This The 10Sth OVER 26 YEARS OPEN All Day Every Thursday A TRULY DISTINCTIVE MEN AND BOYS STOR E DOWNTOWN AND WEST GATE. ENTERPRISE, ALABAMA FLORALA HIGH YEARBOOKS HA VE ARRIVED The Florala High School yearbooks have arrived. Any- one needing to pick up their book, should go by Florala High School and do so. Celebration CONT. FROM FRONT years, states this year's pa- rade will be an exciting and en- tertaining event for all ages. The parade will consist of the Famed Florala Wildcat March- lng Band, under the direction of Charles Crum, Beauty Queens from surrounding areas, eight beautiful floats, as well as many other entries. The parade will begin promptly at eleven a.m. and will proceed down North Sixth Street and on to Fifth Ave- nue, wind its way through town and turn southward on the Crestview highway. Everyone will take time out for lunch during the noon hour, from 12:00 until 1:00. Hund- reds of people will bring pic- nic lunches to spread and enjoy at the park grounds on Beauti- ful Lake Jackson. ' The afternoon will see the kids hopping around like kan- garoos at h00 p.m. for the sack race; an auction at 1:30; watermelon seed spitting con- test at 2:00 p.m.; chicken chase at 3:00 p.m.; egg throwing con- test at 3:30; the water battle between the Florala and Lock- hart Fire Departments will commence at 4:00 and continue until 5:00. At 5:30 p.m. theac- tion will switch to activities building walkway on Beautiful Lake Jackson for the Miss ~.4th of June Beauty Contest. There will be calf roping at 6:30 and the finale will be a grand dis- play of fire works over Beauti- !ful Lake Jackson' around 8:30. Anyone wishing to have an entry in the parade, should contact Mrs. Deuney at 8-4812, before the 24th. Everyone is anticipating a r~:iy big day for this the 105th Masonic Day Celebration. It is a time of fun, fellowship, and re-hewing old acquaintances. Ya'll come! Come d" Now, a mustn't-miss beauty experience for you--our Open House to celebrate all the new, just-arrived Merle Norman products! Come see new color highlights for your face... new shades for lips and fingertips, and more. Plus the debut of Merle Norman's magnificent new perfume, Chatelaine. Ask our Beauty Advisor for your complimentary make-up lesson, too Only, at Merle Norman, the beauty place! mERLE noRmRn ITIETIC STUDIO FLORALA 408 East 2nd Street