Winberry HS 12Mar 1930p6

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Winberry HS 12Mar 1930p6 - . Menus lor Family day night with r MJss Gladys...
. Menus lor Family day night with r MJss Gladys Mai-tor. • Miss Ola Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bonnie Hnrrison spent HV SISTER MANY l SKA Servlc* WfHci- j A S a satisfying And notirl.ililrifc j article of diet. * properly made I stew cannot he surpassed from an ' economical standpoint Then- la j ,110 waste in food value for the I juices of both mem and vegetables | are served with the finished stew. Klsli stew* always have been pupuliir as 'chowders" ill the sea- • May. board stales am) they should take ; Miss Ada Marlar spent Saturday then place among the lamb, veal i night with Miss Pearl Winberry. Misses Wilmn Brown and Blanche McClurc spent Thursday night with cl Sunday with J. A. Winberry and family. John Winberry made a business trip Waldo Tuesday. Mrs. J. A. Winberry and doughter. Pearl, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Joe • , H. S. McMillan died at his home near Bodcaw last Sunday March 2. j Falcon cemetery j Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sandlfer nnd Mr. itnd Mrs. Mable Winberry iincl j daughter. Dorothy, were in Hop'- 1 shopping Saturday, ' j and beef stews of the inland housewife Salted or canned lisli can fye used if fresh fish is not available Firm fleshed rich fish must be used for the stews, but there's a «iilf variety from which to choose, i'oil. haddock, scallops and clams arc commonly used although swim- on and halibut make delicious and >,,,,,,_ tlflicntfly flavored stews. A com- Mr and Mrs ' EImcr Caudle spent , blnation of several fish often is > Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and i used The tam6.n.i Hotlilliabaisse j Mrs. J. M. McMillan. | ol the .south always is made wiyi i Don't forget there will be singitn this place Sunday night. Everybody is invited to come and bring yoiii' book with you. I'll go wishing the Hope Star good luck. it H combination of two 01 more lisl) A fish slew combining fish and M'Seiablfs is a nourishing! and «ei>- nomical. dish tliat lurnishc* pro- letn. fat. carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins The rules lor mak- it are- simple and easy to follow follow One pound Mesh haddock. :' medium medium sized onions. '•'• cups diced raw potatoes, '2 clips diced carrots. 1-1' rnp diced turnips. I table- ; spoon miiuTil parsley. 2 cups boll- j iiij! water. ^ tablespoons butter or bacon fat. 1 l-li cups hot milk, I tablespoon Worcestershire sanco. 1 lea spoil M salt. 1-S teaspoon ppp- pei 1 tablespoon flom i .Melt three 'tablespoons butter | or drippings In iron kettle Add unlun peels and cut -i'n thin slices Cook fivf minutes Add remaining vegetables and water and brine to the boiling point Simmer closely, covered, for 15 minutes Add fish, skinned and honed and cut in two- inch cubes Cover and simmer 15 in in niL-s Add hot milk and seasoning seasoning .Soften remaining Iniiter' and rub Hour into it. When thoroughly thoroughly blended, add enough hot licinid from the stew to make mix- i tnre or a consistency to pour Push ! fish and vegetables to one side o!' kettle and add butter and (loin mixture lo. ..liquid, stirring carefully carefully Bring iu bulling point and shake kettle to 'thoroughly mix nil ingredients and simmer for five minnles. Serve from a deep plat ter or shallow vegetable dish NICHOLS SCHOOL HOUSE Health in this community is good at the presnet writing. The' farmers are making a good bowing on their 1930 crops in this art of the county. Mrs. Estelle Howe spent Thursday Tternoon with Miss Pearl Winberry. The party given by Miss Ola Smith 'hursday night was well attended nd enjoyed by all. Miss Pearl Wilberry spent Thurs- |

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  1. Hope Star,
  2. 12 Mar 1930, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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