The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 8, 1930 · Page 15
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January 8, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 8, 1930
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WEDNESDAY, JANTTAKY 8, : -THB DAILY COURIER, CONNSLLSAILLE, PA, PAGE FIFTEEN. the CABINET i 1*89, We-st«rn Newspaper Union.) personal enjoyment la a f u r y small thing-, but one's pernon- »1 hupplncss Is n very Important thing. Those only ore happy -who have t h e i r m!iul.i fixed on smno object r a t h e r t h « n i h c l r own. happl- n oss." TEMPTING DISHES The tise of the email elmmmon-fln- ;vorcl candles to color tipples Is quite common, hut another and more artistic result may be obtained by stewing red-aitlniied np* pies without peeling, very gently. When tender carefully remove the skins and scrnpe with a knife to remove the red coloring ttmtter on Inalde of the skin. Pafnt It bnck on the cheebs of the np7le, and It makes n most, attractive iipplo In bloom. Mnny of tho hard fall apples are beautifully colored and may -be cooked ·whole after washing, rumoving the blossom end, AOcl enough sugar to sweeten, a bit of stick cinnamon and » spoonful of vinegar with a few cloves. Place In the oron and bake until tender. They are delicious to serve with meats. Oystcra a la Creole.--Melt two ' t«- hlespoonfnls of butter, add a slice o onjon and cook until light brown. Add n tcaspoonful of. Hour, stir until brown, then add a cupful of toraatpes. When well cooked add to a pint of drained oysters and cook until the edges curl. Add a drop of tabasco sauce, one-half teaapoonful of sa! t and one tablespoon- fnl of chopped parsley. When making u Jelly of cranberries, cut them Into halves and wash out as innny o'f the seeds as possible by letting the water rnn Lbrongh them ID a colander. Stew as timml, The seeds detract from the delicate flavor as well as Its appearance. Candied Cranb«rrl«*.--Pnt two cop- f«t8 of sugar on to boil with three- fourths of n cupful of water. , Boll slowly for five minutes. Wash and dry two cup-Iuta of large, dark red cranberries, pierce each with a darning needle, then spread In a granite pnn In a single layer. Pour the sirup over- the berries and s-at them Into a moderate oven until the berries are transparent. Remove, dust with 'sugar if desired antl keep In a dry place. These make most effective garnishes for various dishes). Patronize thnso who advertise. All the world'tf a stage, but w» re not given a canco to rehoarn* bur parta. DKA1?. N OAH =«= NVIL t, MAKE /\ HE NOAH-- ON THE WAY 5KS IS 7 MRS T.Q.i_ N.C, NO,*sH-HOW MANY PUFF'S IN A POV/VOER PUFF-? IJ STSUTi IN--· TOOTS OAS! .K » By JIKCMY MURPHY SP LOM^r, CXILONEL HfOOFER'. I'M ON MY WAT TO PIME, CASPER. '. drOOE YOU ·START AN STAY AWAY L.ON4ER?' You WDM-T see FOR A . COUf 'LE OP T, THE TO MY" I'D LlkE FOR YOU TO HAVE YOUR. TO PROP 1M ANt A)P GOT THE PLACE. OCCASIONALLY = ANt TXJN'T \VALW1 OFF WITH ANY OP OUC. EVERT"- TM)N-ir BEFORE ! ' M j' A TO (irlVE A ·pAHTY « JOQN, AMD NOW I'LL k'NOW WHERE ' fO VS/ANT M -f FURKIlTUt !E. TO fET Feiturti Syndic*!*. Inc., Grfnt Britain right* rf« IF YOU WANT TO IS! TOUCH WITH ME. you CAM NN/IRE. ME'. tOM'T WRITE = ) HAVEM'T "TIME ~TO S ANY FROM YOU» AND IF HAD THE. TIME I COULDN'T MAKE OUT t'l-L BE irLAD TO 'SEE UNCLE. EVERETT AXID EI.-3IE*, BUT I HOPE. WE WE K)OT INTRUDlM^j VOU DlDSl'T AStf UNCLE. IP IT WOULD BE. COHVENIEHT FOR TV EM TO HAVE. US'. YOU TOLD HIM ·SPENT THREE (WITH U^TOCSTB- WE'RE. ENT!TL1EC "TIO A COUPLE- : OF N/VEel;5 KT \\\? HOUSE! BESIDES., MQGODY WOULt WNpW WE. ARB. OF Hl3 IF WETXXN-T" ACT A5 THOUGH we. OWN MSS. PLACE: ETTA KBTT A LMOS : C HOPELESS Us I'AUL KOBIKSOS GOODNIGHT Go TO TUE TcMORl30Vi NIGHT? OF W DON'T SHCvi UP k£T WE oft'so NOW-oe NEW A DATE -- MAXQF SOME TIM TYLEIt TY3I YOUA'G. . A \.UCXH' AV. f SPUO*. . \NVVWW TWU TO A x^crv 9\\.OT OUT O'rMOU, A-CVUALUn FLOVOH AV\_ BIG SISTEli. SAJ K OA' i'lHST j LLS 1'OIIUKAVE. FELIX ; Tlli; CAT toy PAT SULLIVAN. S'L'l By JiD UJE'UU T*Me. A, St4ou_.. T H E N TO TWE. R i T T L To DINE. ·FORGOTTEN ME, KITTY'"? »T UC50K ·=. TO ' v YOUVE. GOT T_ T HAVEN'T Be EN TO 3i»- Boy * UJWA.T A t'HAT W U Z TJl* J2EA80K! EO YOU WE\. VOU V-NOW TO PUT OKJ W O O L . O M ' T" e. you uJU-i-N'T NOKE

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