The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 17, 1939 · Page 15
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The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 15

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, August 17, 1939
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939. -MENU- An August Sunday Dinner Menu For Five (Or Six) Crab Cocktail Roast Beef Summer Fruit Relish Browned Potatoes Buttered Cauliflower . Biscuits iPlum Jelly Endive Peppermiut-Stick Ice Cream Orange Cookies Coffee or Tea (Hot or Chilled) • Summer Fruit Relish (Grand for Winter Too) 6 cups chopped apples . 1 cup chopped dales 1 cup chopped dried apricots 1 cup water 2 cups chopped raisins 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon ginger ' 1 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 chopped orange (pulp and rind) 1 tablespoon grated lemon rind 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 1/2 cups vinegar ' 2 cups brown sugar Cover and let simmer for 20 minutes the fruits and water. Add the rest of the ingredients. Boil gently until the relish thickens. (About 45 minutes.) Stir frequently with a Jong-handled spoon. Pour into sterilized jars and seal immediately. Orange Cookies 2/3 cup fat 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar 2 eggs, beaten 1/3 cup orange juic« 1 tablespoon grated orange rind 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind 1/4 teaspoon salt I 1/2 cups pastry flour 1 teaspoon baking powder Cream the fat and sugar. Add the eggs and beat for two minutes. Lightly mix in the rest of the ingredients. Chill the dough. Drop portions of the dough from the tip of a spoon onto greased baking sheets. Flatten and sprinkle a little orange juice over the top of each cooky. Bake for ten minutes in a moderate oven. Macaroni And Chicken Ring 2 cups broken macaroni 6 cups chicken stock 1/4 cup chopped celery 1/4 cup chopped green peppers 2 tablespoons parsley 1 tablespoon minced pimientos (optional) 1 teaspoon^ salt Add the macaroni to the stock which should be boiling. Pour in the rest of the ingredients and boil 20 minutes. Drain and reserve the stock. Blend the macaroni -with the ring mixture. Ring Mixture 1 cup soft bread crumbs 1 1/2 cups chicken stock 3 eggs, beaten 2 tablespoons fat or butter, melted 1/4 teaspoon salt Mix the macaroni with the remaining ingredients. Pour into a buttered ring mold. Bake 35 minutes in a pan of hot water in a moderate oven. Unmold carefully onto a heated platter. Fill and surround with creamed chicken. Garnish with parsley or cress anrl strips of pimientos. For Unspoiled Jelly Sometimes an incompletely sterilized glass will cause jelly to spoil. To sterilize them, put them on a cake holder or some other rack in the bottom of a large pan. Cover by 4 inches with water. Slowly bring to the boil and boil 15 minutes. Keep in the water until needed, then quickly lish them out, wipe dry and use immediately. Before sealing the filled glasses with melted paraffin, wipe off the space between the jelly and top rim of the glass with a damp cloth. Cover at once with hot melted paraffin. Bracer For Gelatin A little extra gelatin added to gelatin foods in hot weather will keep the molds standing up. Hot weather has quite a wilting effect on these delicacies. Don't Be Satisfied With Only A Few Eggs FEED CONKEY'S Y. 0. EGG MASH Order Yours Today HOWARD'S T B. Baltimore St. Phone iO« ICE CREAM Freezers R. D. McKEE KELVINATOR AIR CONDITIONING Kjtjy to Insfnll — Smnl.I Spnrp — Opornto^ Antnnintirnlly. Bohman-Warne, Inc. Phone R5 — S," WV-.J Frnnklin S«.. The House of Blue White Diamonds JEWELRV Gx W. W»«hinsto« St. Start Out With Mushrooms In Jellied Consomme! Coldly perfect for out-of-door serving is an appeti-teaser of crisp carrot straws and tender canned mushrooms in jellied consomme. TJEADY in a. jiffy to set the tray, •*•* even unexpected' guests will find a hostess cooly prepared as the dish she serves, when canned consomme and canned mushrooms stand-by in the refrigerator to make this delectable hot-weather meal starter pictured here. The consomme madrilene—clear and cold—is turned from the can, garden-fresh carrots are "slivered," and cold and tender the little but- tori mushrooms are drained from, their broth, to add their tempting flavor to this summer favorite. For a heartier beginning, fold thin strips of boiled ham into the consomme with the mushrooms and carrot strips. Serve in dainty bouillon cups, with crisp crackers or tiny buttered rolls. And don't forget that sprig of watercress for a.color- ful garnish. Shirred Front Dress Style No. 2641 is designed for sizes 14, 16. 36, SS, 40, 42, and 44. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15 cents), for this PATTERN. FALL FASHION MAGAZINE 10 cents extra. All orders for the Daily Mail Peerless fashions should be addressed Fashion Dept., Hagerstown Daily Mail, 121 \Yest Nineteenth Street, New York City. By-products from citrus crops now include concentrated juices, canned fruit, wine, vinegar, stock feed, marmelade, ices, citric acid, lime citrate, lemon vinegar, citric pectine .and essential oils. SEE HOW FAST THE ) NEW RICHSK MINSO < LOOSENS GREASE ) «c~-r-"\f THAT'S BECAUSE THE NEW RINSO GIVES UP TO 3 TIMES AS MUCH SUDS, AS LA7Y BAR AND PACKAGE SOAPS I'VE USED... IN HARD OR SOFT WATER JS '/^ f Dishwashing V" ^^ Time I CONTAIN A SPECIAL "SUDS-BOOSTER "NOW. 1 PREVENT HARD- WATER SCUM 1940 RIN RICH .QUICK SUDS CUT GREASE AND CRUSTED FOOD PARTICLES IMA' JIFFY-DISHES COME SHINING CLEAN —FOR LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY n The Oldest Sank in Hagerstowr* {! \1 ^-s*«l RINSO'S KIND AS ^ Vs * EVER TO HANDS... L^ > ECONOMICAL TO \ [ USE... AMD GETS ) \ POTS, PANS AND < / GLASSWARE BRIGHT ) V AS A NEW DIME r^ Hot Sandwich Snack Here's an idea, for a hot sandwich snack: Mix one-naif cup grated cheese, one-half cup chopped bacon, 2 tablespoons diced sweet pickles and 2 tablespoons of catsup. Cook slowly 5 minutes and spread on browned toast. Reheat until bub- bly on top and serve immediately with a hot beverage. Dough Storage Since dough dries out quickly and often a orust forms on its top when it's stored, either put it in a bowl and cover with a tight-fitting lid or fasten several thicknesses of waxed paper over the top of the bowl. Put the covered dough itt the coldest part of the refrigerator. A Porch Clean-Up To clean wicker porch furniture, use a stiff whisk broom frequently dipped in warm soapy water. Summer Silver Storage Save yourself work thii summer by storing your seldom used silver- Pep For Pork Chops To give the "same old pork chops" new zest try dipping them in catsup or chili sauce. ware in tissue paper. Or wrap It I**' tarnish-proof paper and it will' bt* all ready to use In the fall. Curry For Beans Try adding a dash of curry pow-| der to mixed corn and green beans, * for a different flavor. - > SUPER SELF MARKETS 7 N. Potomac St. IN THE HEART OF HAGERSTOWN OUR ItST CREAMERY TUB CUT BUTTER 55t SERVICE I". 3. Government Inspected Pure Lard 1 lb - print 8c CHEESE SPREAD* Pabst-ett 2 P^> 25* DOMESTIC »WEITZ«* Cheese ^ the P Ieet lb - 19e BOSDEN'S Cream Cheese * oz - P*» 6t PHILADELPHIA Cream Chees* *+*• P k a- 7t NUTLEY Margarine lb - 9e WET SHRIMP <*" 10e TUNA FISH Llrfit Meat N£ n % 13C SHREDDED WHEAT P^a lie HIRE'S ROOT BEER EXTRACT b°t21c IONA BEETS 2 NO. 2y z cans is c JUNKET FUDGE MIX pkfl 17c RED CROSS PAPER TOWELS 3 rolls 25 C 2-in-l SHOE WHITE 2jar*i5c BON AMI POWDER can lOc AJAX SOAP (LAUNDRY) 5 b*™ I3c DAILY DOG FOOD 6«m«25c MARCO DOQ FOOD 3 cans 22c For Dessert* Pintapplt, Pears O8-oz. AA lpricots, Peaches Ocam lUC GOETZE'S U. S. No. 1 GRADE ROLLED BONELESS HAMS LEAN CROSS CUT or Whole or Half Lb 28c Prle« Higher 3-Corner Roast BONELESS Smoked Butts LEAN SMOKED Briskets- Ib. Ib. \b GENUINE FRESH GROUND BEEF H, I2c SKINLESS FRANKS "^"' lb' 17c COOKED HAM sliced " i/,-lb' l«c COLD CUTS S-S8S2- lb.' I9c GRAB MEAT && "IrZSeT 31c FILLETS of HADDOCK JUMBO SHRIMP BONELESS STEAK FISH FRESH CROAKERS lb lb Ib Ib A&P UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE No. 2 46-oz.' can Women e< Hs CAMPFIRE DOLE or DEL MONTE QUART JAR PILLSBURY FLOUR MARSHMALLOWS PINEAPPLE JUICE GREEN GIANT PEAS BUTTER KERNEL CORN C R I S C O OfS& ; 19c EVAP. MILK EVAP. MILK TOMATO JUICE pkgs. : 38c Z9C 29c 27c WHITE HOUSE Perfect for Infant Feeding PET, PEARL, SILVER COW, CARNATION 3 4 4 r. r. S2c 23c 26c 5 4 24-oz. cans Top (quality, creamy-smooth, delicious—as fine i salad dressing as you've ever tasted —Ann Page contains more of the fine ingredients that give quality to a dressing. \et compare Its low, money-saving price with that of other brands of comparable high quality! Why pay more? Ann Page ts tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. It's both" made and'sold by A&P, thereby- eKmmating many in-between expenses. It's so good and so inexpensive it outsells all other salad dressings and mayonnaise combined in A&P Stores. The Breakfast of Championi ,i5L<i>i ^ 2 i 5c 3 SSING ^.°»<i SPECIAL OFFER To Introduce you to Ann Page Sifad Dressing, we offer * beautiful Beetleware salad serving fork and spoon (10 7 / 8 in. long) for only 25^ and the coupon attached to each iar. CORN FLAKES KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES ANN PAGE BEANS JANE PARKER CAKES A & p BREA: TOMATOES •MSUS" BEANS MIXED VEGETABLES < 14c 13c 2 8 ' Soft ° r Vlenn * TwUt ' S w «"*h or Caraway Aye, Raisin Loaf, Cracked or Whot* Whiat loavei NO. a can No. 2 can 5 C SALAD DRESSING pint jar ANN PAGE SPAGHETTI Prepared ; ANN PAGE PEANUT BUTTER ANN PAGE SPARKLE oiSt,^S«°A. 3 ANN PAGE OLIVES stuffed 4*-«. 19c lie High Rock, Suburban Club' Gosman, Cloverdali ORANGE PEKOE or INDIA CEYLON large bottles plus deposit 15c 5c 5c 2Sc Jan 10c bottle FRUIT COCKTAIL New 25c Elberta Peaches 4 15c Watermelons Uirg« r Red Rip* One Price—None Higher each 23c GRAPES c r s r.;;:s 3 ^ i9c YAMS **.«.«. 4 <*• we ORANGES V^r 20 '«25e CRISP CELERY 2 •»"<• 9e APPLES *sSy 3 b « 12c lima Beans 3 ib s 14c WHITE NAPHTHA PfcG Soap 3 *"• 10* CUP and SAUCER only With tht Pi/rebate of KIRKMAN'S SoaoF < X. BORAX SOAP Kirkman's 7-25* LAUNDRY SOAP OCTAGON 5 -17* Bkach Ik D*o<torafit KLEEN-LIN 26-ox. bet. 9c \ :A

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