Denton Journal from Denton, Maryland on November 12, 1938 · Page 8
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Denton, Maryland
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DENTON JOURNAU Page 8 BUCK JONES HUNTS MODERN RUSTLERS IN NEW WESTERN 1 MELVIN ft JOHNSON, Inc., Publishers Saturday Mornnig, November 12, 1938 REVISED SCHEDULE OF THE EASTERN SHORE SOCCER LEAGUE November 13 Denton at Vienna A. C. Ridgely at Chestcrtown Greensboro at Easton Vienna C.C.C. at Federalsburg St. Michaels at Cambridge November 20 Denton at Vienna C.C.C. Ridgely at Cambridge Federalsburg 1 at Chestertown Vienna A. C. at Greensboro Easton at St.. Michaels November 27 Cambridge at Denton Easton at Ridgely Chestertown at Vienna A. C. Greensboro at Federalsburg Vienna C.C.C. at St. Michaels December 4 Denton at Easton Ridgely at St. Michaels Chestertown at Vienna C.C.C. Cambridge at Greensboro · Vienna A. C. at Federalsburg December 11 St. Michaels at Denton Federalsburg at Ridgely Chestertown at Cambridge Greensboro at Vienna C.C.C. Vienna A. C. at Easton December IS Denton at Federalsburg Ridgely at Vienna A. C. Easton at Chestertown Greensboro at St. Michaels Vienna C.C.C. at Cambridge January 8 Ridgely at Denton Greensboro at Chestertown Vienna C.C.C. at Vienna A. C. Easton at Cambridge Federalsburg at St. Michaels January 15 Denton at Chestertown Greenehcro at Ridgely St Michaels at Vienna A. C. Vienna C.C.C. at Easton Cambridge at Federalsburg January 22 Denton at Greensboro Ridgely at Vienna C.C.C. Chestertown at St. Michaels Vienna A. C. at Cambridge Federalsburg at Easton January 29 Vienna A. C. at Denton Chestertown at Ridgely Easton at Greensboro Federalsburg at Vienna C.C.C. Cambridge at St. Michaels February 5 Vienna C.C.C. at Denton Cambridge at Ridgely Chestertown at Federalsburg Greensboro at~ Vienna A. C. St. Michaels at Easton February 12 Denton at Cambridge Ridgely at Easton Vienna A. C. at Chestertown Federalsburg at Greensboro St. Michaels at Vienna C.C.C. February 19 Easton at Denton St. Michaels at Ridgely Vienna C.C.C. at Chestertown Greensboro at Cambridge Federalsburg at Vienna A. C. February 26 Denton at SK Michaels Ridgely at Federalsburg Cambridge at Chestertown Vienna C.C.C. at Greensboro Easton at Vienna A. C. March 5 Federabbnrg at Denton Vienna A. C. at Ridgely Chestertown at Easton St. Michaels at Greensboro 1 Cambridge at Vienna C.C.C. SCHOOL NEWS Continued from page L, It seems that nature didn't give Bill White a long enough nose, so he is having trouble scraping up some gossip. Many of the Juniors are calling Joyce Kern, "Joe". I have often wondered what the nickname for Joyce was. And then there was some sort of rumor about Junior girls making mud pies. Joyce seemed worried about it. Didn't they turn out right, girls? Little Brother: Do all the dentists' wives go to schools to look _ at the childrens' teeth? Sophomore: Of course not, why? Little brother: A dentist's wife come to our school. Sophomore: How do you know she was a dentist's wife? Little brother: Because her name is Mrs. Dennis. (Dentist) Know anything' about the subject, Mae? Girls* Athletics Friday, we went out on our field ball field, realizing if we were defeated we would be out of the championship, and in third place. But we had made up our minds to win and so we did, with a ecore of 4-2. Our opponents, Preston, made the first goal in the first quarter. Then in the second quarter Elaine Greaves scored the first goal for Denton. In the third quarter Kathleen Hollis scored our second goal. The girls put up a hard fight and they really deserved to win. We are now tied with Preston for first place, each team having 10 points. The tie will be played off Thursday, at J:30 on C. H. S. field. HOUSEHOLD HINTS Meat Pie hours. Temperature 350-- Time 2 Ibs. beef, lamb or veal 3 tbsp. flour 1% tsp. salt % tsp. pepper % tsp. thyme 2 onions, cut 2 carrots, cut 2 potatoes, cut 1% caps water . Flaky pastry or baking powder biscuit ·Cot the meat in cubes, dip in flour .and brown in fat. Add the seasoning, TCgetable and water. Pour into a but- · tend casserole. Cover and bake 1 hour. During the last % hour cover with pastry or baking powder biscuit. Koto: If baking powder biscuits are vad add to the recipe % cup grated carroto and 1 tbsp. mixed parsley. CAREFUL GRADING AND PACKING AKE U R G E D ' I N MARKETING T U R K E Y S Buck's hell-bent for glory... and u vild-west girl! Your favorite two- ;un-totin' buckuioo in a new kind of ic-mun yarn! Wreckin' the rats who teal a whole tailroad train. Colum- ia's newest thrill-packed outdoor ae- grading and packing of tires, cd u n ion film, Buck Jones' "The Stranger | ?rom Arizona," show* Saturday, November 12, at the Dentonia Theatre, vith fast action, hard riding and ti ig- er tense drama of the kind which IBS made world-famous its two-fisted star! With the holiday market near at hand, turkey growers in M a i ) land and tlsewheie are interested in tMi.'li: keys, county agent Geo. W. Cler.- daniel reportis. Whether for thu holiday season 01 for market at any other time, he say giading has become a delink-' p.i t Errol Flnn and Bette Davis Co-Star In "The Sisters" Based on Fa- · mous Novel The Dentonia Theatre, in line with ts policy of providing the best in mo,ion picture entertainment for its pa-' trons, announces that "The Sisters",, adapted for the scicen from M y i o n , 3rinig's best-selling navel of tho t same name and co-starring Bctte Da-, vis and Errol Flynn, will be the fea- ;ure attraction Monday and Tuesday, November 14 and 15. . I ihirley Hoss Heads "Prison Farm" Cast | Shirley Ross, currently rating "with Hollywood's ten most beautiful young actresses, has the first big dramatic lart of her career in "Prison Farm," Paramount's dramatic story of a jirl's harrowing sacrifice for a worthless man. The picture will have its local opening Wednesday, November 16, at the Dentonia Theatre. In telling this story of a girl thrown into a brutal prison farm because of her misplaced love, the picture goes behind the scenes in a corrupt penal institution to show its inhuman treatment of the inmates. Poorly housed and fed, forced to work twelve and fifteen hours a day at back-breaking tasks for the personal profit of ruthless officials, the girl and her fellow prisoners are finally goaded to le- bellion. The uprising is put down with a barrage of scalding steam. In this heartbreaking setting the girl learns the difference between true and false love. 'Boys Town" Tells the Stranger-Thau Fiction Story of "City of Little Men" "Boys Town", starring Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rooney, brings the most colorful, human and exciting of real-life stories to the screen, proof again that "truth is stranger than fiction." The picture shows for three days Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 17, 18 and 19 at the Dentonia Theatre. More than a year ago, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer became interested in Boys Town, the only incorporated village of its kind in the world. This city of little men has a population of 275, of which 200 are boys, and is situated on the main highway west of Omaha Nebraska. It is twenty-one years old, a, dream come true, the dream of one of the greatest and most kindly humanitarians of our time, Father Edward J. Flanagan. · - of good marketing for those f a i m o i . who look to turkeys as a souici »'. cash income. Theie are slightly more tuikey* in the country this year than last, ami they probably will be nmikutcd at somewhat heavier weights. But tlii 1 year as in other yea 1-4, Mr. Cleniln.-ii points out, buyers will want tiaktv:. of just the weight, and Blades i!o- mandcd by their customers. Sow \\l\\ want the small turkeys, siim» t ' i medium sized, some the heaviest. Some prefer hens; others younsr toms And some buyers will want only \'n highest quality they can find. So the das when producer?, could advantageously sell dressed turkeys in 'stiaight run" or mixed lots ;ip- pjirently Have passed. Buyer an BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU SHOOT AND SAVE A HUMAN LIFE There are a hirge number of CCC Camps located in iUriiyiuiKl and Outstanding: Movie Coming to the Dentonia Theatre next Thursday, Friday and Saturday young men ol' iMinps h.ive KJI excellent work for oiii StnN' TI..L i - ly for foiL'blry hut ioi \vi!lnu :u. i for the prevention of Lr(i-.i.ii a i ' need your cooperation. Therefore, we appeal to \c.\\ :il t l i i . j time to be careful, if jou i!o ;.» h m i . - j ing, not to .shoot towaid a CCC C:imp or in the vicinity when 1 men :n\ woiking. In fact, then; s, ould hot n. any hunting done within V_' mile oi any CCC Camp or where men an- ;,t work either on ro.ul or in thu fou--,', . nnd we icquest your co«p_iatiim in i preventing the injury of anyone | through negligence on your pan. j Look before shooting. By [ ing in thin manner you m:iy save .1 I life which is more valuable than .11,\ species of game jou ma mi:,s o r ; probably kill. j The Superintendents of all C C C ' Camps have icceived oiders f i o m 1 Mr. Robert Fechner, Director, Civil-' ian Conservation Coips, to post wain- ing sign; within J /i mile in all direc- -- - r · ~ ~--~~-'.ions .surrounding Mahl c-a:ij, an:l I high, ar nut jm.ii.ic sp.utdown for tre | in ulaUl unless the windows, too, T H A N K S It is with deepest gratitude that I express sincerest thanks to my many friends thioughout Caioline County for their splendid vuto of confidence.. WILMER FELL DAVIS Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rooney in "Boys Town" more and move demanding graded whcic men are working and we ( f . , n j n c;j . L . ol the, and other fire- RESOLUTIONS CONCERN- ING THE DEATH OF MARION H. DOWNES Whereas, God in his wise providence has seen best to take from our midst our comrade, Marion H. Downes, beloved member of the American Legion Post No. 29, Department of Maryland. Whereas, Marion H. Downes lived in our midst as a reliable and successful business man and as a devoted husband and father and as a'diligent and useful member of our Post and be it resolved that with deepest sympathy for the beloved family of the deceased we express our hope that even so great a loss to us all may be over ruled for good by Him who doeth all things well. Resolved further that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the widow, another recorded in the minutes of our Post and a third copy be sent to the Denton Journal for publication. SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT, WM. M. GAREY, CLYD GEISEL, Resolutions Committee. turkejs. Ap.d producers of hign quality birds do not want to be penali7.'j(' by the lower price paid to the producer of poor quality stock--which often happens when turkejs are bought on a straight or ungiaded basis. Whether the pioducer grades hi own turkeys or has them graded, says Mr. Clcndaniel, he needs to know the giades and how they are applied. How to grade according to Government standards can be teamed by anyone who will make a careful study of the factors that deieiminc grade. To supply information on giade for dressed turkejs and on grading, the U. S. Department of Agriculture has issued Farmers Bulletin No. 1815. The title is "Grading Dressed Turkeys." A copy may be obtained free from the Department of Agriculture in Washington, D. C. NEW "HOPALONG" FILM COMES TO RIDGELY SCREEN "Texas Trail", latest in the series of popular Clarence E. Mulford's Hopalong Cassidy Western adventure films, Friday and Saturday at tht- Ridgely Theatre, was adapted for the screen from Mulford's latest best- eelling novel, "Tex". "The Crowd Roars" Thrills Audiences A college production of "Journey's End", in which he played the lole of Captain Stanhope, was seen by a studio executive and started Robert Taylor on a Hollywood scicen career. His latest milestone is as the prizefighter, Tommy McCoy, in "The Crowd Roars" at the Ridgely Theatre Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 14, 15 and 10. Taylor was born in Filley, Nebraska, August 5, the son of Dr. S. A. Brugh, a physician. Later the family moved to Beatrice, Nebraska, where the boy was educated in public uchools. They're Almost All Veterans of the Screen More than 200 years of acting experience packed into one pictuie i.s the notable casting achievement for "Treasure Island," the most widely read story of pirate adventure ever written, that has been transferred to the screen from the Robert Loui- Stevenson book by Metro-GoHwjn- Mayer. The pictuie will be shown Thursday, November 17, at the Riiigc- ]y Theatre. NOTICE! We wish to announce telephone and delivery service. No order too small -- no favor too g r e a t for prompt and efficient attention--Call Denton 252. T. Allan Temple, Manager. READ THE AD$ Along With the News For Sale A Pierce, Butler and Pierce hot water furnace. An oil burner with clock thermostat. Both in perfect condition. Cheap. DR. FREDERICK N. NICHOLS, (11-12-tf) Denton, iMd. For Sale Fancy eating and cooking app'es. Grimes Golden, Goldnn Delicious Stayman nnd Rome Beauty. Priced reasonable. H. A. REINHOLD, (ll-5-?t) Denton, Md. Chickens For Sale Frying nnd roasting chickens, also 25 White Leghorn pullets. SEESE HOLSINGER, Campground Road, Denton. For Sale Or Rent House on Market Street Extended, six rooms and bath. Reasonable. Apply Theis Motor Company Ofikc. (ll-12-.1t) For Sale Reed baby carriage, good as now; also, baby pen, with floor. MRS. WM. BULLOCK, (11-5-St) Denton, Md. request your cooperation in prohibiting hunting within said area. Also, we icquest your cooperation in preventing the "red menace" . irg aids 'should be installed. aie in'-uiaic.T,," points out Mr. Nuttle. "Double-glass insulation or window Notable anuni; the materials used j conditioning, as it is now being cal- t» p.oiLct home:; i.s a flame-stopping jled, piovides a wall of dead air be- spray that has been used with great 'tween the; two panes of glas-;. This other public places, accoiding to pane, \vith the icsult that heat (FIRE) from destroying our forest, succ( , ss on dnipeiies, blankets, nmli.ict as an invisible blanket between areas. Do not drop matches or empty i r u B . j n hotel.-, -ships,, icstaurants, and the \v.\rm imwr pane and the cohl your pipe or tluow a lighted cigar o" cigarette on the ground unless you put your foot on same and are sun 1 the fire is out and no danger can arise from your action before leaving thu spot. Your cooperation will prevent serious forest files and -ave not only wildlife, but covers and food on which wildlife must depend. NEW FIREPROOFING METHODS MAY CUT HOME FIRE HAZARDS The mnn on a budget--and who isn't?--may think of fireproof ing in wiiter. Fabrics and even paper which loss is substantially reduced, aie treated with this solution, which "One of tie facton, lesponsible for docs not weaken or injuie fabrics, so much current enthusiasm about char at the touch of flre and the c a r - j window conditioning can be attributed buni:ation extinguishes the flame. A to the remarkable progress that has paint that smothers fh« and a method been maue in the tjpes of modem of piocca ing wood for fireproofin,j| stoi-m sash or winter windows nnd it have beun developed. Asbestos I the vaiiety of piefabricated doublc- shingla, and siding for exterior walls glazed units, many of which make and roofing, brick or mineral-wool fire the cleaning of the outside panes a btops, and asbestos millboaul also can j simple task anil which make room be used to reduce fire hazaids in the i ventilation much simpler than the old To the Voters and Citizens of Caroline County: I cannot hope to adequately express my gratitude for your generous support of me on Ihis past Tuesday, November 8, in my candidacy for re-election ab your State's Attorney for the next ensuing four years. However, I do wish to take tiiis means of thanking each and every one of you whom I may not be able tu sec personally and to tell you that I shall be ever mindful of the trust and confidence you have again so overwhelmingly reposed in me. » LAYMAN J. REDDEN BUDGET YOUR HCT WATER COSTS With "Shorsas Budget" Water Heater On Our Low Rate Special Offer--Range and Budget Heater Installed, $129.50 Budget Sells for $1 Down, $2 per Month for 24 Months or $44.50 Cash See your dealer, D. RALPH HORSEY, Denton Eastern Shore Gas Corporation style bulky type." terms of costly construction or rcn-1 ovation. But. he's wrong, asi-erts Selme Robinson, in the current Rotarian Magazine, for there are many instances of low-cost, fire-safe dwell- home. Because two-thirds of the fires in ' the United States occur in private I Subscribe for the Journal. dwellings, clToit.s of homeowners and j · fire departments to pi event fires are exceedingly important, concludes Jliss Robinson. If every family is protected by a fireproofed home with an ings in the $5,000 class, and the safe- automatic fire a)arnl) handy flre ex _ ty in small houses as well as in large tinguisheis, and a rope fire e cape, and feel safe both day and night. is achieved by careful attention to the | n t g and c h i M r a n a i ikc can iclax whole pi obtain and not meiely by - spending money. 'The modern house, with its improved , living conditions, has not MAN HURLS COAL OUT WINDOW served to eliminate fire hazaids, but merely to change their source," she INSTEAD OF INTO FURNACE declares, commenting upon the u j c ' Few of those unsung hetoes in of labor-saving devices, mechanical Denton who pad down dimly lit stair- appliances, air conditioning, and better heating methods. Air conditioning systems, with tunnels from the cellar to every room in the house, provide vertical arteries? which can lit; highly dangerous in case of fire or escaping fumes. "Obviously, the answer is not to eliminate air conditioning in the home, but to eliminate the hazards of inexperienced construction and inadequate materials," Miss Robinson points out. Noncombu.--tible linings in ducts should replace, inflammable material, automatic dumpers that will close if the temperature becomes too William Doran Son WELL DRILLER 1O7 N, 4th Street Denton, Md. Pump Driving Well Drilling Guaranteed Work (11-12-tf) way on wintiy moinings to get tho furnace going icalizc that they toss one out of every five shovels of coal light out the window. That's wheic it goes, in the form of heat loss. Tests prove that saving 0 of as much as 30 per cent in fuel costs can be made in dwellings that have storm door, and windows protected with two panes of glass. | This is not only true when storm doors and windows are the only insulation used, but when house; are well insulated otherwise the per cent of savings effected by double-glass windows :ire even greater. "Exhaustive lest; have proven that doublo-sanh, in the form of modem winter windows or prefabricated double-glazed units, provides the greatest return on the investment of any form of insulation," says Mr. Nuttle of Nuttle Lumber and Coal Company. "Everybody today appreciates the value of modern insulation to keep dwellings warmer in winter, but surprisingly few people know that even with thu finest wall and ceiling insulation no house is really efficiently SEE FOR YOURSELF the New 100 Watt Mazda Lamp gives Times as much light as a 25 watt Mazda Lamp. Yet uses only Reddy Kilowatt (Your Electrical Servant) WAYNE A. CAWLEY For All Occasions be assured of the beauty that is naturally yours... avail yourself of our expert beauty service and lower prices PHONE 159 BEAUTY SHOPPE D E N T O N Dwelling For Rent Attractive house, recently renovated and equipped for convenience and comfort, for rent at once. Good location on Second street, next the Brick Hotel. L. A. MOORE, (10-1-tf) Denton, Md. For Rent All my farm buildings, consisting of G-room house, barn, corn crib, hop nnd hen houses, garden, meadow and 2 acres for truck patch. For rent in 1939. This farm is within 2 miles of Ridgely, Md. Farm land and woods is reserved. My automobile is for gale. Apply to DR. U. HACKETT, (11-12-31) Churchvillc, Md. WANTED Good yellow corn. Higher cash prices paid. O. A. NEWTON SON CO., (7-9-tf) Phone 2551 Bridgeville, Del. BOB, THE RE'S THAT SINCLAIR TRUCK ACROSS THE STREET AGAIN THAT REMINDS ME, WE NEED TO ORDER FUEL OIL OURSELVES i ' SO MANY PEOPLE IN TOWN BUY IT. i SEE SINCLAIR'S OUT DELIVERING OIL IN ALL KINDS OF WEATHER. WHY DON'T YOU TRY THE SINCLAIR KIND? THE NIXONS BUY IT EVERY YEAR WE MIGHT TRY IT. SINCLAIR FUEL OIL DOES HAVE A FINE REPUTATION SPECIALS tormSat Nov. 11 12 Tissogood FLOUR 19 lb 21f Thpnnpr Thnn 9 T.I.IVP= nf Rrpnrt -!··· llflfi ·· -M_ \/ Cheaper Than 2 Loaves of Bread RICH CREAMY CHEESE 17c DELUXE MILK LARGE CANS 3 ior 19c NO. 2 ALL GOLD SLICED PINEAPPLE CRISP ICEBERG LETTUCE Large Head 5c · LARGE BLEACHED CELERY stalk 5c PORK ROAST (RIB END) IbZlc Pigsfeet Ib 6c SpareRiblblSc SMALL FRESH SHOULDERS lb!6o THIN SKIN GRAPEFRUIT 3 for lOc PURE LARD i IblOc Denton Food Market Phone and Delivery Service PHOMB 199 SINCLAIR SUPER-FLAME , HEATING OIL Maximum Usable Heat Units per Gallon . · QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE CtfyriikttJ 19)7 ty Sinclair Rtfniat Cemfan} (Inc.) AGENT SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY (INC.) P. 6. GROUSE Phone 172 * * Denton, Maryland HUNTING" SIGNS \ V .j at the Denton Journal . Office EWSPAPER NF/WSPAPFEJ

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