Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 16, 1941 · Page 15
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 15

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 16, 1941
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October 16, 1941 STIRLING DAILY GA£STTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Pagei_Fifteerf_ Sterling Daily Gazette •that too. out K*r"*S City. Th*t In Daily Except Sun<l*y _ C; DAILY STANDARD Established 1858 June 1918 Th* Sterling Oazrtte Co pubMrn Ptwtnfflc* 1 SVrims Ii! WPA workers ar* 1 to ffft * 10 r*r >;•)• -.isc" ir.r ;•••;"•.<•> to m?»t th* In•<•;•.•'"1 rr.«! of MvinR. SaUrirrl jvft- Ir.r 10 p?r c?nt Irs*. TODAY'S MENU SUMESTMMS Pee* *»lt pork, ! clove P F Granrton General D W Granclon A^'w)flt« __ Entered at Sterling Prwtnff ions Second Gifts'. Matter MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Th* Associated Prfss Is exrhiMve- ly entitled to the u*« for rfpjbl'.cn- Ition of nil news d!?pMch»-* credited to it ot not otherwise rrrri!t<>« In this paper Rnd also the iocsu hwl ifrf In. p.r j y,-;>< n;n , the no-.v. mil \n matter what ther thrm«;Hvr«, nor what their the K thev »re fifth If they arc doin|t «fh*t Hitler ""TERMS" OF SUBSCRIPTION By mti) in Whiteside and adjoin- In^ counties — jw vfnr $"^00. K!XJ onths $2.75. three months tl 50 one month 75 cents. C«5h with order BT mull outside VVhifMde and ad- Joining counties— p**r venr 1700 MX months $3.75. three months *200. one month 75 cents Ca.«h with order Per week delivered by carrier In wither StcrlinR or Rock Fnlls 20 bents payable every Saturday morn- toR. No papers sent through th« twstofflce fri the city carrier district of Sterling or Rock Fnlls Don't hipmp til* 1 isolationists n'.or.f Tt.rv hPvrn't prevented «n appropriation or iti'erfpred with the buiicl- ine of a sinaie weajxm. Menu To-mato j--:\ rf . f .'•.-. 'i'-h rr.nole f — a vrrv IneTpfnsivp dish! Add dir- I ffy p'.rKl^s and rriayonnat** 1 to the i >ft-(v.T ones and make sandwirh- 1 f.\ on •j.'hrV.r wheat bread for tomor- ho'.'! cnn o P: So t hi i IK bak'-d A Thought for Today Have mercy on me. O God. according to Thy lovin? kindness: according unto the multitude of Thy tender mercies blot out my tramgreRslong. — Psalms 51:1. Man Is an organ of life, 'Ood alone is life.— Swedenborg. and Tomorrow's Birthdays Mr«. Ben Bnrtlow, Gale McBrlde. Edward M. Ryan. Mrs. Hazel Kelly, (Mrs, Edgar Sleeper, Wayne Fould*. Dick Popkln, Mrs. Charles Benner, 83, Nancy Jane Wetrell, 3, Bttrltng; Claire Church, Raymond Wubben, Robert CHlllghan, Jr.. Rock Fulln; Charles Bealer, John 8. Bus- llnf, Ruth Swndrock, Lloyd L. Knox, Morrison; Mrs, Ross Oleason. TJtom- •on; Berneita Lin ton, Harold Linton, MlUedgevillB; F^ed WeeWey, . Proplvetstown; Grace K a v a d a «. Janesville, Wij.; Sharon Roselleb, Quillen's Quips •y Robot Qullln IV: But you don't hear anybody howling (or free speech IT he Is speaking for America. , Odium Rays the sub-contracting plan started six months too late Well, isn't that par with us? SeVriety pays. Sweater* were tanned by the movies became they went around curvet while tight. People in a little town may be a* sinful, but they don't sin as long. They get caught quicker. A hick town IK a place where the 'hoatess has three tables of bridge and one table for those who think card* "worldly." ^hvi "Hitler, cannot hurt ua."—Wheel- er. Mister, have you figured up t will happen to you next March -tit . Ha can quit a job .where "everybody is hateful." but alas! he'll take with him the traits that made them that way. "Ten per cent of the material •ent to Britain was sunk."—News atory. Hooey) How can you sink ten per cent of six tanks? Owing the campaign, we had thingi "an order." Now we have' men Mlllaua-"allocated.*—Thir world dfcM white America daw- Ignorance i* truly bliss, people might rfot If they knew that our F. officials aren't yet even planning 1 * -production to equal Germany's. — A social leader has a number of parties when everybody has fun, and one to pay up her obligations. : "I didn't realize, the hazards, •aid the man who called the strike TORIES IN STAMPS (War, Rt volution Mark (History of Nicaragua NICARAGUA, with an are* of •"•0,000 aquare milt*, i* the ftargeft Central American republic. It lie* between the Caribbean : Ce* and the Pacific Ocean, with Honduras on the north,and Coeta > ftica an the aouth. : The country ha* a population • of i,m,JJ4, most of whom we eogatfed in agriculture and *tock raiaing. The country also ha* toreci* and *ome fold The 193S «tamp above picture* Dario Park in Managua. This Mirk was named after a famous Jjjcaraguan poet, Reuben Dario (1M7-18U). Columbus discovered Nicaragua in 1902. It was a Spanish dependency until 1821, when it declared it* independence. The country has, had a atomy, politi* eal history. Revolution* became go frequent that it wa* neces- i, aary for the United States on several occasions to land Marine* to American lives arid prop- The world aituation ha* sped atefense preparation*. The Nic- ^§rv£MAn army consist* of about ^4tUM toWUer* and S» omc *f*- |Ta«*t i* a |rain*d retetwe 9! 40W,_ HOLD EVERYTHING! "He's fforrimif soldier, but he can't forpcl he was a drum major in high school." SIDE GLANCES OalbraUo "Wonder why it is, Clem—when we were boys the leaves falling from thai old tree meant high jinks and a bontire, but now there's soinelhinfl sad and foreboding about it" THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson l Baked B*»na with -inds p'ft be»n',, 1 Rarlio. 1 1-' and Juice. 2 on'wm, I tex.fpoon r*nrik*. l T-3 rup«; brown miear. 9 r*•*-• p«x>n5 salt. 1-2 teaspoon dry mustard. 1-2 teaspoon baking powder. C*v. »r b^srv with r'>'d -IS'T »nd let 5'»rd o 1 .er niltht Drain and rover wi'h ro'd water. T,et come to So'.'.'.rift point Add ?o<is. Br>i! ha:f hrr;r flk;:n off '-'jni Planch »'i'h <-oId 'wn'^r. F:H three-q'.istt < a.vrrale r>n»>-ha!f fui: of b"-ftn.v Add half the .'.nit pork. Arid rrrr.aln- M!t, paprika and mustard in a bowi. Stir unfil »H lump* disappear «nd add a little of the tomato juic». Af- t*>r h'rndinir. add all the liquid yo-.j rsn Tov r( * 'hro'ish a .ve\r Flare on<* on;ori on each side of the meat. In. c Tt the piece of Rarhc with a toothpick so it run be rernovd before 'ey-vine. Cover c.nd hake ;n ft :r,'»'•!<*•.'a'* 1 o'. rn '3fX> d^Kre". 1 ; F.' for fo';r ho'irs Fnr a !a. r -t PKHIC flinst h*fore trie flirt. t*>r? ftlflnir n hot dHh of mock drumKtlcfc*. pounds thin ve«,i cup xtnl» bread, crumb*. 1-3 tpa- r-l>v>n salt, dash of pepper. 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, l eei?. toothpick. 1 ., 3 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon .<alt. 4 tablespoorw cooking fat or butter. 1 cup top ir.ilk. Wash veil), remove skin and hone. Cut into six pieces about 3x4 in*h- es each. Grind meaty *.f!d <v>mblne wifh crumbs. .«es«m«> ings, and rgo; to m»ke A dre.winf, Plftce a table-spoon of drewlnf on esch piece of ve*»l. Fold ve*l over drc«ing and fasten with a tooth - pifk. Roll In mixture of flour and salt. Brown in melted fat as'.d place in casserole. Add milk, cover, and hake in rnodprate oven <S50 degree.? F.i about one honr or until tender. Four commfrcnl sir ;C mnmtaincd in Japan aif companies. by pri- STERLING DAILY GAZETTE'S FUN FAMILY thr O'.rf- ' UAW, KNOWWA6 •COCNTS TH ov TM» UINC. IT WHO. ANSWER: Ye*. Poison gas was used by the Italian* In IBM in the Ethiopian f-awpt^py OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE / W'TH TH' COOVC /AVvAV AM' KMOWIM 1 J£ O' VOU U)KE I JEf5' LEFT TM I SU^'PE^- CltiHT \ |kj TT_l' .CKMI 1 IT' E6AD/ DON'T FURROW YOUR 8 ROW ABOUT A"PTER WAGING THEWftNO 19 A HE'S SPENDING MONEV AW (NDIA.M WITH WBLL/«*- JUGT LOOK TWIS NECKLACE WE , *VND TONIGHT W GOING TO THE CLUB CM, I I'LL «S'T 6ET ROLLS SAM IS TMAT RESOURCEFUL 'N'OUMS MARINER. IMPRESSES ME AS A CHAP WHO COULD P/MNiT THE KiORTH POLB SELL IT TO AM A9 8lS-HEWtT- ED AS A COW VJITT4 TM SKIU-iT. 1 TWRlPTS PROXY= BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Imagine! BY EDGAR MARTIN *^0 'VOo .MX ftvo%%T •\V«i SfcK«1i Kl*i% OWVX *&<&&> TO y&o^. ««.**s?v. you K i «i «r\\x vw 4wu."v WLNXX . ny owt ^«.v«. X.s>0(fc «>• FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Competition Aplenty BYMERRtLLBLOSSER joy MAr ici«Tcwt , l A CAM i str SOME You SAY ITU. §e oav AT TVW "MJNUfW OP 1 1 ME TbCOA» r "ftN IT LOOK* LKV 6)6 AT KWTCM // V. M. MA, U. WASH TUBBS Fast Thinking BY ROY CRANE THE «HHi <5-MtV> AJTE BLOCK TOTHBCHIBf'OroOtt KOOSKS*! THIS OXJWTPy. y>U WU. CUT THE PHOTOSTATS TO I«»T WITHOUT A lAOST UALUAttUE RED RYDER More than o Hondfut BYFREDTHARMAN i r-foftViJL^CW, A / Vibu BticHurt/ 1 9>*-^ J2> ,"JL-cv ALLEY OOP And That's That BYV.T. HAMLIN ALL RISHIk VOU ILL ftCt gfVtKl MOKJEY THIS APE-MAKi WOULD MAKE A MOftE eO- TCLLIGEWT ASSIST* AWT THAW 1OU KVCKj IF NME HAVE tSOT A DWO- SAUWt STUCK. Iki THE TIME-MA- TM wcrr A SLAVE, I'M A T6CHMICAL ASSISTANT/ SOU ARE.-AW EPUCATEP .'TCCHKXCAL ASSISTAKIT INDEED.' BAH/

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