The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 3, 1930 · Page 12
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March 3, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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MONDAY , MARCH 3, 11MO THiS DAILY COtJRriOR, CONN ft jLSVTLLB, TOOTS PA Op: ELEVHJN Wv JIXMY MUBI'HY 1J29 Wa, t»rn N»wip«par Union.) "It »oerni« dlnnorn ar» hut inno- ti.- whilst breakfaitB and nup- are tticn'g raost ancient and na.turaJ ninal*. The manna was sent nlcht lUK GOOD THINGS The follow! i£ Is not an eaka, bnt it \i\ rich, dellcloos and excellent for keepIng: Tennessee F rult Cake. -- Chop one- half ponnd of car- rnnts, one pound of r a i s i n s , one pound of datea, o n e - h a I f pound *ach of candled plnenppl*, cherries, alraonda and pecnns, one-fourth pound of sliced citron, the same of orange and lemon peal. Six eggs, Iwnten well, rtdd one cupful of sugar utter erpflmlnj it with onp cupful of bntter, thre* npfuls of (lour, one and one half teaspoonful of clnrmirion, one tcnspoonful eich of nntracg and allspice, one-liaif tenspoonful ol soda and one half cupful of prape Juice, our half cupful of honpy or rn»lft»ses and line squint of cliocolnt? If desired. Mix ns usnul. Tills makes seven pounds of cnKe, Eggless, Bytterlc.it, M i l k l e t s Cak*. -- I'lncp two cupful*! of h r o n n sugnr, two c u p f u l a of coffoc, one f o u r t h oup fill of sweet fat, and one cupful of seedless ratal iq In n siuwpnn, cook over «low hpjit until tlie sugar Is dls solved Boll centlv for five inlnntt"! Cool. Sift three ciipfuH of flot'r with four ten "spoor fnls of hnklns powder, one trnapoonful of dnrwmnn, ono- h«)f tea spoonful of mare add to thin one tea spoon 'ill of suit* Add one- fourth pound of sliced citron and the mine of or t im:t peel, mixing the fruit throufrh the t ry ingredients Rnk« In « paper lined p«.n, one and one-half honrs. This nakes n l«r£p loif c«k« weighing two and one hnlf pounds. It will not keep Indefinitely but may ba kept for sev ral weeks Place a herd apple In t h p rnke DOT and renew It when It becomes dry or soft. Thin will flavor and keep the cakes moist Baked Apple* and Onions. -- Slice Biz onloitfi nnd three medium sited apples, place In layers In a buttered baking dish Season ench layer with salt, p«pper and a tahlenpoonful of eugar for each layer. Add one fourth eupfnS of water and bnke tintll the oolons,«re tende*. Serve with roast of pork. l Engliih Clock? In the first chamber of the great tower of Sa isbury cathedral ties a rosty, odd looking piece of mechanism Tphich may prove to be the earliest turret clock in Knglnnd, dating back to 1386, or six yearg before the earliest tecord of the Wells clock, now in fhf Scuri'-e museum at Soath Kensington An I n t e l o«.tit ,,' feature of the Salisbury rlork is t h e h.ind wheel for winding thf goiriK (u 1 - distinct from the striking) p i n t Only « M u l e work B( a tritlliu i o«.t w o u l d IIP required to in Like l i t - ' I'K t, ifo in. nn 1 t*t Down Mother hai \» i n l i v i n g very hard to tench little Botty to be more polite. At last ahe r tally seemed to be anc- cesiful. "Just yon see how good she Is at dinner time. 1 ' mother boasted to her hut-band. Pinner tirni cam* 1 There wis suet pnddlng. "Hetty," ·(id the child's mother, "will yon ha 1 e some more pudding?" "No"' replied f h e d n u p r h t o r "No what, Betty d « u r ? ' "No fea 1 -, mot liar.*' DJfAR. NOAM - IF i S,BT /\ B1£ SOA KICK ? KATHLBBN KSNUav N.C DEAC NOAH" WHBN AS -ruevcBY DO«S 5CT THB B I U C ? JOHN O^MK LAM*V*rviL.L.B MtCM, DEAR. HDAM" IPTHeevcj.«jl MAKE'S TI-.B HOUSH FL.V,AM0 SPl)»S M«JOS TMB OOffS THB COBBLOr«. THB JSHoo PVV? I-UOVP '" - -' ·- - ~~~ - « W -- SBNOIM VH«L MUMS IOBA5 -rcf CAuitr HE WAV HUS AMD CCXD IN PUBLIC YOJ VVOuLDN T T Vv/HAT DO YOU MEAKJ COM1M4 HOME. AT THI HOUO- op- T-ISL M{ RjsiiM^? ANSWER. ME.! STOP THAT 5iiLLY /-rRlMKl\NJ/3 AMD t0 IT \VA' . THte WAY, MADE) OF THE, B Y5 A'iW^eD ME- "TO r^LA-f A P"l W HAKlt^«^ ^^A/ITW THEM AT *i"HK C . UP, YOU WRETCH ! I COULD A OPO=I C J wowt TO HACH OTMEQ BUT ve PUT OP* VV\TH VOUR DCiKIT TULL Mf. 1 M 6jOlMl3- HOME TO MOTHEK.' ETTA KET' 1 KT1 1 U E T H II KB -1C BY PA«JIi BOBESSOH COME. OW ivANOALL- I3EAT n- PHOJE TV4/TSTAULNOUQ, WELLC -NES TWiS MISS IINA HO -NOT I'M A NDTT /' ALL SET SW3S.' )ADSr^' is our (J c»i rcr ff -- As TALKING TO VU. ORCAtO UP TH/0- LtTTtE PLAN' TL: i \ ft* xxx ^ BUT 1\OH«T UMt?ER.STAHD, HOVO VA\SS V.A\H, OF , SUOU\I OHVH OHE TO ouxie TwooevrtuESS at VT JUST THAT hit D ARE V OAD VJ\LU GUVDt MOO TO VOVERE TUE OUR TO SEE Wot' BACK, GET STARTED' \.OCAT\OH OF " nt 1 \\0* 3 3 ^ BIG S1STEB. S USE FLOWEJ8S By I t5PEOT T F=L OUJER.S Tf-«ANJ I St-OOUO HAVE QvjT IF CHEER LITTLE ALL ev HeRsei_F. AW*wo MDOR HEART^ VOO CXD YOO? THERE. 1 SF T 4AT1U. ·you we H, THOSE POR. W£ UUHV TUrS TKAM AU. TWE ooctor^s eauus FELIX THJ: CAW t'vc DISCOVEReo THAT T w « s " » C E B O X " \ - i ErMTV? P^M C.E To **LECRt.T PA AND MOW X'M GOINCr TO FIMO OUT 3TUST VT LEA.OS TO I MA.UP CAM YOU QE.AT TV4AT 1 _ BACK N KITCHEN NO CMO TO i E T " » l N O "CAP" STl/i». A 10ITT A U'L GAUDVI ITDWIX4 G-C.T" r-VB. A fSKO

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