The Independent-Record from Helena, Montana on September 24, 1938 · Page 9
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The Independent-Record from Helena, Montana · Page 9

Helena, Montana
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Saturday, September 24, 1938
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THE HELENA DAILY INDEPENDENT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1938 MONTANA Modern Menus By Mrs. Gaynor Mtddos RECIPE FOK SPAGHETTI STARTS AN ARGUMENT Rudolph Valentino's recipe annoyed Miss Lena Coniglione of Hartford. "My Italian blood boiled over his way of cooking spaghetti. So will you kindly print this real Italian recipe that real Italians and American-born Italians will say is okeh," Miss Coniglione writes. Italian Meat Balls and Spaghetti (Serves 4 to 6} One-quarter pound ground beef, ?i pound ground pork, 3 eggs unbeaten, 1 cup grated Parmesan cheese, 1 finely chopped clove of garlic, % teaspoon salt, Vi teaspoon black pepper. Combine these ingredients, mix well and shape Into meat balls. For the second stage-One can Italian tomatoes, 1 can Italian tomato paste, Vs cup olive oil, 1 medium onion, 1 teaspoon salt or more to taste, ^3 teaspoon pepper, a lot of freshly g r a t e d Parmesan cheese, 1 pound spaghetti. In large pan, heat olive oil to toiling point Add meat balls and MONDAY'S MENU Breakfast: Honeydew melon, scrambled eggs, fried tomatoes, whole wheat toast, coffee, milk. Luncheon: Black bean soup, frankfurter discs, warm gingerbread, applesauce, tea, milk. Dinner: Italian meat balls, spaghetti with Parmesan cheese, mixed green salad, peach Bavarian cream, coffee, milk. sear quickly. Remove, chop onion and fry until brown In oil. Then return meat balls, add Italian tomatoes, Italian paste, seasoning and 1 quart water. Simmer for about two hours. Plunge spagetti into rapidly boiling salted water. Cook for from 12 to 15 minutes. Drain, place on a large hot platter and sprinkle with lots of grated Parmesan cheese. Serve meat balls and sauce in separate dish. Miss Coniglione adds that the above recipe is one that her mother used, and that her mother came from a small town near Naples. KILL mm i/o HflR 1LTI Malta, Sept. 23.--Now that some 170 farm families are settled in new homes on Irrigable units developed by the Farm Security administration in Milk river valley and are harvesting excellent crops, it is time to think of the beautification of the farmsteads, says E. Monroe Lowry, regional landscape architect,. who will be at the Malta office for several weeks. Lowry is here to determine the amount of nursery stock necessary to plant all farmsteads and labor unit*. Planting will be done next spring. About 25 of the original Malta_homesteads i u _ t h e south Wagner ^community" were" planted last spring. Lowry found satisfactory progress made by the plants and shrubs. In many cases the lateness of the plantings and attacks by beetles and grasshoppers retarded growth but he believes the plants will survive the winter with proper care. The aim of the Farm Security administration is to assist the new settler to make his home attractive and productive and plans and specifications will be prepared for each unit with sufficient instructions so each tenant can arrange and plant his allotment to his own satisfaction. Plantings will be utilitarian as well as for beauty rnd there is no reason why the Milk river valley cannot become a region of beautiful homes and flourishing farms, Lowry says. Plans will be completed to plant about 80 farmsteads and 31 labor units. Seedlings for four or five row shelterbelts will be provided for each unit. There will bo hardy fruit and berries, native fruits and shrubs, currants, gooseberries, raspberries and strawberries. Varieties recommended by E. E. Isaac, extension horticulturist at Montana State college, will be plnnted. Shads trees, ornamental shrubs, hedges and lawns will add to tho new hom«s. Evidence of interest in home boautification is already manifested in plans for organization of several garden clubs next spring. RELIEF IS .is Cleveland. Sopt. 23 (;p)__The national executive board of the Workers Alliance declared today "the relief issue has become a national scandal" and emphasized its plan to make W.P.A. wages a "political issue In the 1938 elections." The board's report will be submitted to the alliance convention, opening here tomorrow. It declared the alliance movement "speaks for" 16,000,000 unemployed and W.P.A. workers. "The 8,000,000 or more votes" San Piegn. O.llf., Sept.. 23.--JP) --Arthur W. Savage, 83. inventor of a repeating rifle and former prominent arms manufacturer, committed suicide with a revolver. Police Detective Ben Wells reported. Savage left a note stating unbearable pain from continued illness solely motivated his action, the officer said. The death weapon, was not made by the Savage Arms company, of Utica, N. Y., which Savage founded for the manufacture of a repeating rifle he invented in 1S99. Survivors include a "daughter, Alice von Brieson, and a son, Arthur Savage, of La Mesa, Calif. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark "Snre, that's the same fat girl that was here five years ago--says she remembers us." Freckles and His Friends By Blosser A Voice From the Past MEU.O,SUE! HOWD SET IN HERE ? WERE? SUPPOSED ib DC KNOW AND \MMEME 1 FIT IM' 1 FOMOT TO TeLL"(OU, FRECK sue is THB r AND WHY NOT? EVERY ORCHESTRA HAS A GIRL SlNSER FOR. DECORATION IF NOTHINO ELSE \ THIS , V KNOW WHO ORCHESTRA/ ) I'LL SHE stNes / S»N«INQ. TORCH. /1HEMT/ DAOW SAYS I SHOW PROMISE. Ht'LL HAVE MY voice cuunvATio Gee J 1 KNOW YOU WERE IN THIS OUTFIT ' IT SOUNDS MORE LIKE IT ooernx PLOWED of W.P.A. workerg and their fam- Illei "constitute a political challenge of the underprivileged to the seats of reaction," said the board. "The torles are determined to fight bitterly every step we take to advance and protect our economic and political Interests." IT KiEJF II Boieman, Sept. 23.--Mrs. Lurancy Rebecca Copenhaver, 92, died Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at the ranch home of her son, Edwin Smith, along the West Gallatln river near Boieman Hot Springs. Complications of her age caused T H E G U M P S-- The Capitalist her death, which came peacefully while she was asleep. Mrs. Copenhaver had been living with her BOH since coming here from Koecoe, Mo., In 19IS. Mrs. Copenharer wag bora Lurancy Taylor April 19, 1846, In Pennsylvania and at the age of year went with her parents to Wii- consin. In 1SGO they moved, In · covnred wagon, to Osceola, Mo., where Miss Taylor was married to Edwin Smith. To this marrt«g« three sons were born, one of whom. Archie, died January IS, 193S. Mr. Smith died in 1873. In 1874 Mrs. Smith became the wife of Thomas Copenhaver and to them were born two sons and daughter. Mr. Copenhaver, a Civil war veteran of tho "Union army, passed away in 189S. By Gus Edsott WELL,THE OLbTYPHOON (S BLOWING POLL BLAST A^Alkl- ME MAKES /ACRE NWSETHAM A TROCK1=UU OP EMPTY OVE* A WIOODEN HUM! I WONDER HOW L6N4 »T WILL, TAKE HIM TO 6iO THROU6H THAT O ONE OOD OLD UNCLE HE'S NO SAP-HE KKtOWS HE PLACED HIS MONEY IN6OOD WHAT? DO YOU EXPECT A MAN OF MY CAUBRE TO fcE SATISFIED WITH CHICKEN-PEE.,. BEFORE »A THROUGH, THIS EARTH'S AfcEAT FINANCIAL Y4IZARDS SEEIA LtKE SO MANY PEANUT VENbOfeS I WMY bON'T YOUJUST HIT IT AND LET IT - WTERE-er' WVKE THIS VMlMbFALL INTO ONE OF THE AREAT FORTUNES! OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . . . Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY By Williams . AA'DEAR, YOU'RE ,H - M UM ^^MV FRIEND, LORD TWITCHEL, THE AUSTRALIAN! WOOL KIKia x LOAMEP ME. THIS MECMAW/CAL MORSE TO IW SHAPE FOR THE VVIMTER. POLO HE 15 PLAWMIMo TO USE ME AT MV Oi-E POSlTiOJ OF AMCHORMAKl OM HIS SVPNJEV FOUR ^ THAT'S YOUR POSITIOM, ALL. RIGHT ANCHOR TO TIE THE PONIES TO BETWEEM CHUKKERS/ WOW YOU CALL UP THAT MECWAWICAL ACADEMY TELL THEM TO COME ANO aET THEIR ELECTRIC MOOSE/ THAT'S THB COKJTRAPTION4 YOU'VE HAPOM AFREE TRIAL HERF THIS MOMTHf KEE TRIAL, ALLEY OOP Fbozy's Practically Speechless WHAT'S ALL THE VELLIMG OUT HERE? WHAT ARE YOU IWTO MOW? CRACK HER OKIE, WILL VA, MA? SHE'S SMEAR IMG CAR OREASE ALL OVER MY CLEAW 5HIRT, JUST BECAUSE I ACCIDEWTALLV ACCIDEMTALLV-- HAH .' 1 TOLD HIM I'D GET EVEW WITH HiM AMD, V SOLLY, I WILL/ PRESS SHE WAS IRDWIMG OtJTO V THE CELLAR. FLOOR,.' coPR.iMnv«tA«tiivOT.iHe. WHY MOTHERS GET (3RAV By Hamlin Y'MEAN THAT DANCED MEAN YOUR TM GUV WHO CAPTURED TM* *«* ** WHY, SAY, OOP- \TWO- LEGGED LIZARD /T VOU V GOSH ' KAKKV7? l t ~"^'f v-/i xiww UC.*JWCL/ UI4.WKL* /^ GOSH, WHERE'S (THAT WAS HOGGIN' /KICKED mr \' T A'"CRlTTFR"ArN'f J - ' KAKKV OUT? I ^ l tK ' A1N ' THE ROOM, I KICKED 'IM OUT' WASH TUBES f IRST, A BtOWOUT. THEM. 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