Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 8, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 8, 1934
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I**'*" PAGE FOUK il fcji'AKi HOPE, ARKANSAS 'Saturday, Septeber 8,2934 r Ancient Wonder HORIZONTAL •I What celebrated temple it pictured here? -•Sit is of style archi- 1 lecture. 12 Cry ot a dove. 15 Deity 14 The whole series of musi- cn\ notes. 15 Drunkard. 1< Drone bee. ItThin meta] plate. 19 Credit. .Answer to Previous Pnazle 34 Custom. 35 Afternoon 21 Sable. " lca \ S2 Chopping tool. " 8 Scconl1 33 rroiioiin. 37 The temple 21 Drinking was built, for vessel. thc goddess 25 Person affected With leprosy 41 Either '27 Quiet. 42 Kalian river 29 Baby carriage 43 Living. SO Hodgepodge. 44 Mover's tnirk. 31 Net weights of 46'\Vritinp utensil .containers. 47 Enticed 33 Narrative 4S Cot poems. 43 Automobile. 50 To tantalize. 51 It is on the in Athens. VKRTICAL 2 Acidity. 3 To decay. 4 Toward. 5 Self. t! Authoritative standard. 7 Natural power. S Dating devices. 0 Foretoken. 10 To hasten. 11 Neuter pronoun. 14 Natural ch«n**l. 15 U wag Ailed with colossal 16 One who does. 17 Pair. IS It was partially shattered by an in 1687. 20 Essay. 22 Courtly. 23 Extra tire. 24 Eyelashes. 26 To rub out. 25 Sot. 32 Medium-sized sofa, 33 Type of stiff collar. 37 Is Kirk. 3S Possessed. 39 Deity. 40 To affirm. 42 Fairy •1.1 By way of. 15 Stir. •I*! Chum. 47 You and I. 4S Pefore Christ. 4!) Company. KITCHEN Add Flanks to Make the Kitchen Ji Platform Popular •' BY MARY E. DAGt/E . NBA Staff Service Writer Hjjye you seen the individaul planks in'^a house furnishing shop? They make the serving of various planked meats a joy forever because the heated board serves to keep foods hot and appetizing while the utter beauty of the.whole thing—the meat in its border? of colorful vegetables—all sizzling— wll Hempt the most fastidious. While filet of beef is always high in price,' when you take into consideration trie lack of waste in bone and fat 5'ou; must acknowledge that you are getting fair value for your money. More than .this, filet of beef never is regarded as everyday fare, but as a delicacy.to be served only on important occasions. One of the nicest ways to serve filet of beef is on the individual planks. When filet of beef is cut in slices and.Frenched and trimmed it is then known as "filet mignon." Then these slices are broiled or planked and served with a thin, carefully seasoned sauce with or without vegetables as is convenient. If served on individual planks with a border of vari-colored vegetables the effect is sumptuous. Planked Vilct Mgnon with Vcge table's One and one half pounds beef tenderloin, small silver of skinned onions, carols, peas, turnips, potato marbles, string beans, lima beans, broccali. and mushrooms. Trim the tenderloin removing all Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Orange juice, cereal, cream, scrambled eggs, popovers, milk and coffee. LUNCHEON: Cream tuna fish with Chinese noodles, salad of celery, apples and raisins, ice-box rolls, jelly cake, milk ,tea. DINNER: Consomme, radishes, celery hearts and olives, planked filet mignon' with vegetables, tomato and pepper salad, peach mousse, pound cake, milk .coffee. Sell It! Find It! Rent Itl Buy It! in the Hope Star Market PI ace the mnre yon teO. *fc» - quicker you §elL 1 time, lOc line, rain. 3to Iftr consecutive Insertiona, ralnl- • ' :<Dum of 3 lines in one ad ..' : 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c , 6 times, 5c line, miru DQc 26 times, 3V4c line, min. $2.11 (Average Wi words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted With the understanding that the bill la payable on presentation of Statement, befor* th« first publication Phone 768 ' Groceries are getting higher—but cooked groceries are the same at the Checkered Cafe. 1 meals a day for 2—$30 a month. 7-6t Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone 321. FOR SALE Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. ~USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS. \ P. A. Lewis Motor Co. " WANTED WANTED—A good piano cheap for chwch. Cash consideration. See Claude Taylor at Boswell's Grocery store. 8-St-p ^'WANTED— Refined coi'plc or two ggntlemc-n to share home with middle aged couple. References exchanged. 50a South Walnut. 8-3i NOTJCE NOTICE— have moved my hat shop to "Cotton Row" between the Postoffice and railroad. Men's hats cleaned and blocked 75c. Extra good aradc reblocked hat for sMc 9»c and $1.50. Look for the sign: Stack's Hat Shop, South Walnut street. 5-Gt the fat and nerves. Cut in four thick slices and "Franch" To French tenderloin of beef place sliced cut down on a firm surface and flateen slightly with one blow with the flat side of a meat cleaver. Trim off roggcd edges and keep them to use the second day. Dip the slices in melted butter and broil first on one side and then on the other. When the first side is cooked thoroughly sprinkle lightly with salt and salt the second side when it is cooked. Broil six minutes on each side and remove to hot planks. Surround with vegetables which have been cooked separately and well seasoned with butter and put the whole thing into a hot oven to finish cooking the meat and reheat the vegetables. Pour the liquor in the broiling pan over the meat before serving. Hoast Filet of Beef Two pounds beef tenderloin, 1 teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon pepper, four thin slices fat porlc. Wipe the meat and remove the fat, if there is any, veins and nerves. Cut salt pork in thin narrow strips and lay across the top of filet. Arrange strips in the bottom of roasting pan and put meat on them. Sprinkle meat with salt and pepper and put into a very hot oven (500 degrees) for 20 minutes. Reduce the heat to 400 degrees and roast for 40 minutes, basting three times with drippings in pan. Remove the hot platter and serve with mushroom sauce. To make mushroom sauce remove pork strips from roaster and pour off all but 2 tablespoons fat. Acid 2 tablespoons flour and cook and stir until bubbling and browning. Siowly add one cup of water stirring constantly and bring to the boiling point. Add 1 cup cleaned mushroom caps sauted in a separate pan in butter and 4 tablespoons mushroom liquor. To obtain mushroom liquor scrape steins and put in pan in which cops were sauted. All cold water to cover and cook slowly until liquor is reduced to 4 tables£joonfuls. If we dig down into the earth to a depth of about 25.000 feet, we find a temperature of approximately 200 degrees. NOTICE I do not have any connection whatsoever with the Byer.s Abstract Company of Washington which has been operating under the name of Byers-Ettcr Abstract Co. W. H. Etter, Jr. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS YOU OM AN OM\ON ,-^f-v v r&* "^ THROTTLE *5^V<t-<—.~~, - • . / rR y 1~J\ WAS GO INTO COURT/ \ ^L'^^^ UP >#? CROSS) N UP A THAT? I .$50 TH <5OLt> MINE/FOR StCLYRrTY, ' HE StLLS TH SAY, HOG-TIED TOT? A SWtLL OF OLD A6A\NST YOU TH' VILLAGE TH TVAtORY TH' HOOPLt TO PLAY SH\NNY WHEN YOU 50L HIM TM A CUT ON OMt O 1 THEM 8K3 D«UMS LflSTS TCN EP? TWELVE HOURS— THINK 0' THATfNOTHIN'TODO PER THAT LONG, AN 1 GET PAID PER IT. THAT'S TH' SOFTEST SNAP IN TH'SHOP- THAT MACHINE, x V V6H,AN' YOU AIN'T ALLOWED TO SIT DOVJW , ER SL6BP, EP, READ, Eft BUM AROUND OTHER Guys' MACHINES, ER SMOk, SO THER'S ABSOLUTELY NOTHIN'TO DO-— WHAT COULD BE SOFTER? — T . M. ««. u * r« r orr - THE S OPT CPOT.' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES The Sentinel! gy MARTIN SttPPED IN "WE OOOR OF Trtt TOTT HOME, A COUPLE OF m ill DOSS V*V.M'y\<36AV\ ' OUT HE AH ,eUt\W OM kr- <* VVtttE TO SORE. "\H«V HAXit A CHAT VOV\H NO INTERRUPTIONS, THW'6 AW 1934 BY NtA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Of- * ALLEY OOP My! What a Nice Fellow! By HAMLIN HAH,HAM,HAH IS THIS MY i LUCKY DAY/ AW, DOOTSY BO6O, HAVE A HEART/ 61VE A A BREAK . GIVE YOU A BREAK, AFTER TH' OE YOU HANDED ME? YEAH/ I'LL C YOU A BREAK, AWRIfrHT/ L/SSEN rwE'Re GONNM TIE you UP IN TH' TREES| <*LL SPRADDLED OUT -AN' THEN WE'CE \6OHHA THROW ROCKS ATCHA ( \eZZ\Hf/ I GREAT B\6 ROCKS/- AN' WHEN WE GET THROU&H WITH Y£R I'M GONNA. BOUNCE Y6R FUNNY LOOKIN' SKULL RIOHT IWTO TH' MIDDLe OF KINO \ . OUZICE'S ROYAL PALACE // WASH TUBES COME OKI, PODNER ; BOARDMAM'S IN WELL, V MVQOSH/ BUST MV) OMLV A MECK' A FORCUPIWE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The McCoy! ' \ \'\l U\! £?O CHAGRINED ISTHE*8l'G C^QAME HUNTER? AT REIMS TREED 8V A LOWLV PORCUPlME THAT F*E PROPS EVEN ~ BEHIND.*> - O 1»»4_BY MCA SCBVICC. INC. T, M. BCC, U. S. PAT. Of > By CRANE HOUR PASSES, AND THIS TIME, HOKJEST TO HEWR.V, HOPJATIO BOARDMAM REALLY ENCOUHT6RS A BE/ 5 1934 BY NEA SERV1CC, INC. T. M. «EG. U. S. PAT, Off, Barrow's Story! By BLOSSER ^foU MEAW I GIT ME A BITE TO SAV J O'CFJUB OR SOCK' TMER£'S COLD VlKE.WOWT Yo', DOWN TMERE / BOYS, AF&RE I V/HERE TJAT ) TELL YO' WHAT GUN AMD < HAPPENED.' SKULL ORE? y HERE'S A THAT SPOT OVB? 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