The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 2, 1930 · Page 11
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January 2, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1930. 003 :DATLY , cow STB:T;LSVILLE, PA. ditor: *TpUlS IB feel-sorry-day at my house. * 1 (Kiel norry for folks who get promoted because, the higher up you go the fewer rules and goide posts there are to h«lj you. 1 fal tony for a friend i who'a treaauicr of a company that bought an airplane fjor official traveling. He's scared to By but now he's got to. I feel sorry for a millionaire who bought a llmonaine and then felt so lonesome he rides up front with the driver. Most ol all I feel sorry for folks who soora to have everything Tliey never Ke! sympathy frojn anybody, ruul Unit's- hardest of all.--Fred Barton. (Coprrlirht.) Thou wo«ia»t b« lovedt than Jet thy heal t From lt«i prcsftnt pathway part not I Being ·verythtng; wliloh now tliou art, Be n o t h i n g which thou art not, So w i t h the world thy n on tie way*, Thy jfrtire t h v more t h a n b e a u t y , Jhall ne tin anillegii Ihaine of pralso. Ami l o v e -- a simple duly Alton Poo SEASONABLE HINTS T I C K I N G the season when frush -*-- fish of various kinds are piontl ful Is the time to 'prepare a few cans of them for use In the winter when such food la scarce or unobtainable. Pickled Fish. Clet.p mid prepare the flah. Take one ci'jurt of vinegar, one quart Of w a t e r (sett to taste), four dozen pepper corns, three dozen allspice, eight slices of lemon, ten bay leaves, live medium-sized onions. Cook the vinegar arid water with the apices h a l f an hour, tfien odd the lemon and cook five minutes. Add the flsh a few at n tlrae nnd cook until the fins pull out easily. Pour the bolting vinegar over them and can In \vell-senlcd jars. Keep In a cool place. Sometime when you wish an especially didnty dlah, scald a dozen oyaters to their own liquor. Take masoned mashed potato (hot), add finely jalncod parsley, wake a cavity In the center of a tabiespoonful of the potato and Insert two large oysters 'which huva been dipped Into melted butter n^d pepper. Fry in fat and eerve very hot This Is called oyster surprise. I o ,. . Date Bars. JDafcs two BO well liked arid as we povr hav«j them all pitted and packed iready for use In perfectly clean and , eemltary boxes, one may enjoy -aerv- Jng them with no time lost for prep- prntloo. ' Sift one-half cupful of flonr, one- eighth t-iaspoonful of salt and one teaspoon £ul ot baking powder together. Mix two cupfuls of sliced dates, ooe capful of chopped nuts (pecans are especially good, so are hickory nuts), add to the flour and inlx well, beat two eggs and add one- hnlf cupful of augar; add a teaspoonful of vanilla, mix all together and pour Into a shallow pan eight Inches square. Buke In a slow oven until the surface springs back when touched. Turn out, cool and cut Into bars Roll In confectioner's sugar If desired. This wnkea two dozen bars. Date and P e a n u t Butter Sandwiches. Soften th b u t t e r for spriMdm the sandwiches, fot the same bi/cd lonf, one pound, use om- futirih of a cup ful. foiii' tublespoonfuls of butter, or one-Piglirh of a pound. To thrre- fouiths of a cup of peanut b u t t e r add ono-tlilrd of a *upful of thin cream or rich milk, beat It Into the peamit butter until well blended. Thla docs away with the clinging hab It of the peanut b u f f e r . Spipiid one slice with butter and i h c n c v l w i t h peanut butter. i - SUPERSTITIOUS * · * SUE " · ·· BROTHER BILL SAYS THAT-If thiee jjuys light a cigarette from one match, oh boy, look o u t -- t h e y ' i s sure li v l t i n g old man bad luck to hand 'em a joli, (S3 b ' McCluri! 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"THAT PAFTTV SErr n M BACW: $UOO --r- *. ^tTM. !-*·( 1MO, King f e n t u r i S I COULDcj-T «3AY MUCH WHEW ^ HOO^=HPL Vv/A=3 IM THT£ ROOM, CA'oPER^ 5}O I 3MEAWfEC OUT TO MEET -YOU 1 , \ \S'ANT TO CAUTION YtJU NOT TO MENT1ONJ | THAT i PAID FOR THE: PARTV! I MR^j. HOOKEPLj M1^HT BE ( 1 A _ r ME i t LL c, klp I HOMH NOVv/ ( XNO "YOU CAM FCLLOVy IM A FEW MOIMEWIS! PAGE BI.EVEN. By JIMMY MUBPHY TO I HELP A FELLOW OUTl -THAT"£ THE WltKiD OF i WON'T LOUDLY THLL HER. THAT HE- RAID FO52 THE ETTA KTT'I THE JENTLEMAN BUB6LAH Br PAUL ROBINSON T O I T Y L K K HAfiOTtoe.aOT ^A DOH'T To 6ET SO BIO SISTER. T £EBE'S MAJfY A SJLIF By LES FOEWBA.VE. I CAN) 5UJtPE CAT 5LE.O EA5X BUT I LL HAVE. TO GRA8 IT AM' RUN KIO5 THAMKTH/ FELIX THE CAT IGW UP IM THE CLOUDS, AMD THE EAGLE Cot^TINUE. ' Fierce S.-«?.U(VUE FOR. AUU RIGHT, BIO G 3Y- THAT, MAN 3rl.E VA * / "CA1"' 'iTUBBS V LOVELY PRESENT! By ^ C-OOD IT H O W YOU TVMWK you LNHJO. A\lvi'T YOU TO OP fefcCVA \T ONLY COSTI WUZ. BLUE

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