INDEPENDENT Sugar House. Utah Thursday. September 19. IS 57 Page 5- - vV; k A j NANCY HAVEN'S Kccipe of the Month ANGEL FOOD SURPRISE Want a different dessert? Try Angel Food Sur-- prise. The guests won't know the surprise until the cake is cut. The wonderful part for you is no last minute rushing ... all preparation is NANCY HAVEM none in advance. 1 10-in- ch angel food cak (not iced) M pint whipping cream 1 cup washed, . drained berries k cup Beet Sugar i. cup chopped walnut meats 1 teaspoon vanilla extract . USING a serrated knife cut a slice from the top of the angel food cake; set aside. With 2 forks care-fully tear out cake to form a ch wide groove around the center of the cake. Make the groove about 2 inches deep. (Use the torn cake pieces for another dessert such as with a pudding.) WHIP cream; as it thickens add Beet Sugar gradually. Fold in berries, nut meats and flavoring. Fill groove in cake with cream mixture try not to leave any air spaces. Replace top on cake, pushing it down gently so top is quite level. FROST entire cake with a icing, tinted with red food coloring. Place cake in refrigerator for four hours. Each slice will have a chilled center of cream and berries. Serves 12. Other just-a-litt- le different desserts in our Beet Sugar recipe booklet JUST DESSERTS, a 32-pr.- ge booklet containing many helpful hints besides many recipes. For your FREE copy send a postcard to: NANCY HAVEN, Dept. S-- 3, Western Beet Su?ar Producers, Inc.. 515 Phillips Petroleum Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. Church Women Plan Oriental Party The annual fall luncheon of the Women's Fellowship of the Holla-'da- y Community Church will take !on an Oriental atmosphere as co--! chairmen Robbie Bird and Ruth jKluck prepare to take all women ;on a flight to Japan. j Reservations for the proposed flight can be made through Betty, Brown, AM 64S49 or Irene Had-- i don, HU Tickets are $1.25, land take off time is 1 p.m. Satur-;- ! 'day, Sept. 28. Hostess Sally Olson 'and her crew are preparing the, food to be eaten in an Oriental' setting. Beverly Savage and Ma-j- i rian Clark are in charge of the; decorations. Entertainment for the trip will be handled by promoter Nancy. Borris, who has MC Virginia Bur-we- ll and a troop of good perform-- ; ers. Make your round trip reser-- j vations now for the gala affair, j i FASHIONS Co-e- ds all over the nation are preparing for a busy school year.i Decisions about a school wardrobe are easily met with so many prac-tical yet attractive clothes to be had. Never have they been so love-ly. Designers and manufacturers have hit a new high in appealing materials and styles. Particularly news worthy is knit wear. Each year, knitted wearing apparel has improved until now we have one of the most versatile mediums to be found fashion-wis- e. Sweaters and skirts are classics, but this year they seem even more delightful with a range from the heavier work-a-da- y type to the misty, delicate evening style. It is possible to build a complete ward-robe of simply skirts and sweat-- ers, or knit blouses, and look smart from morn till night. - A new note in college fashions in the east, and to be seen on the campus, is a leotard type of wool knits, in prints and woven j designs. These are long tight-fit-- 1 ting trousers and jerkin top or blouse. Extreme fashion, however, these should only be seen on a slender, near-perfe- ct figure. For sports, also, bicycling and such, there's a new cute short skirt, slit at both sides for action. When you think of your winter wardrobe, don't overlook knitted; separates. From bulky tweed types to fine jerseys and wools combined' with angora, you will have unlimit-- j ed selections. Ask to see these lovely styles in any of the special-ty shops or department stores in Sugar House. Fashions are as 'first and smart in Sugar House as they are in New York and Par-is. Ad-Li-bs by Petroleum Peg Sitting en a cloud may be thj perfect ideal of comfort, but it's inot very practical, except for jgremlins. The next best thing is (sitting on a chair or sofa padded with a new kind of rubber-lik- e foam that more and more of us will be discovering from now on. The new padding is called ure-tha- ne foam, a petroleum-base- d material that is half the weight ,of ordinary foam rubber. It's said j that the use of this foam makes possible new manufacturing tech-niques that cut labor costs and boost quality. From the homema-ker'- s point of view, this means that quality workmanship will be avail-able at medium prices. The foam is used to pad the arms, seat, and back of upho-lstered furniture in place of the usual cotton and kapok. Since it can be sewed directly to the up-holstery fabric during the tailor-ing, it cuts out the separate pad-ding step and its extra cost. More important for sitting comfort is the fact that it does away with the lumping that often shows up in pieces padded with convention-al materials. For the lady of the house, of course, a new product is only as good as its upkeep qualities. Ure-than- e foam is strong, light, andj tear-resista- nt just like its many cousins, the oil-base- d, man -- made fibers and plastics. And it's also resistant to detergents and cleaning fluids. There are a num-ber of items on the 'market al-ready making use of urethan board covers, shoulder pads, and safety paddings for automobile dashboards. Thousands of oil men and wo-men are devoting their creative efforts to competitive oil research developing products and proces-ses that result in a better and more fruitful life for all of us. Returning from a trip to Las Vegas are the Keith Sharps, 6800 Westwood Circle; the Leo Mosh-ers- , 2126 E. 2700 So. and the Don Antczaks, 319 Oak Street, in Mid-val- e. While there, over the weekend, they spent their time seeing all that Las Vegas had to offer, in-cluding the shows starring Victor; Borge, Nat King Cole, who sang style, the shows at the Flamingo, and the show at the Showboat. and spent the time there with her sister. A' wonderful time was spent there by all, and they returned home for the Labor Day week-end. jWeilers Enjoyed Sun Valley Fun Mr. and Mrs. Grant Weiler and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zaccheo have just returned from. Sun Valley, I 1 district held their first meet-ing jday of the season Saturday, Sept. 14, according to. Miss Sally Meyer, Honored Queen. They will hold an initiation of new members at an evening meeting, Sept. 26, which is to be held at Christ Memorial Jchurch. "1 JOB'S DAUGHTERS MEET Job's Daughters for the Holla- - lamberi Club Begin Fall Social Season The fall social season will be-gin for the Jamberi Club mem-bers with a dinner dance Satur-day evening, Sept. 21, 1957 at the El Gaucho. The dance is an informal affair starting with a friendship hour at 7:30 p.m. with dinner at 8:30 and dancing afterwards. Mixer dances will be played so everyone can become acquainted to get the new season off to a friendly start. The theme will be. "Autumn Fantasy." Guilded bonnets filled with autumn flowers will decor-ate the tables. Mr. and Mrs. Er-nest Jamison and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Lords are in charge of decorations. New officers will take charge for the season, beginning with this dance. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Welch will serve as and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. 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Bud's Duds 2120 Highland Drive HAVEN CAFE Open 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday thru Saturday Breakfast-Lunch-Dinn- er Chicken-- J-Ste-aks Chicken Dinner Salad, Vegetables Potatoes, Gravy, Roll Chicken Basket 4 pieces Chicken Fries, Roll Orders to go! INEZ WHITLOCK ' BETTY GILNER 611 East 33rd South IN6-072- 4 WHIPPLES VISIT PARK Zion National Park was the scene of a delightful weekend for the Jack Whipples. While there, they pointed out to young Johnny how Glen Canyon Dam was being built. They were gone for three days, and have been busy since they got back, getting their old-est youngster ready so he could attend school for the first time. Tetlys' Vacation on Coast; Visit Son Mrs. Sidney Tetley and son, Lewis, 2642 Kenwood Street have returned from a vacation in Whit-tie- r, California. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tetley and baby daughter. Leonard is the old-est son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tetley, and he just recently re-ceived his degree in economics from Clairmont College. Jimmie Done, a friend of Lewis, accom-ipanie- d them. They also visited with friends and relatives in Whit-Itie- r and Santa Barbara, Califo-rnia.