The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 24, 1931 · Page 8
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, December 24, 1931
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·iQHT TEE DAILY HEWS, 7BBDKBXCE. MD., THURSDAY. DEOXMXEK 24, 1991*' E T H E L cups flour (about). Beat yolks of eras, whole ecc «nd water until thoroughly blended. Add sail and enough silted flour to ffiafce a very stiff cough. Knead «dl on a bet platter and ffaxotah with parsley. It you want to prepare your own noodlee for chow sprinkle two tablespoons *alad oil over two .pounds noodles and sieam tor flftsea minutes. I ^ghtly floured' molding board. Divide j lifting noodles carefully with a fork In ; into KX .parts and roll each as thin j order to separate wefl. Spread on j as pcfcs-b!e. Cover with a clean towelI molding board and let cool. Then fry ! and let stand lor 30 misuses. Roil j until golden brown and crisp in deep ! each separately, iAe » j«£y roH. and : hot oil. Drain thoroughly arsd use. I cut in very thin slices. Shake out j Noodle Ring. i slices and toes lightly on board to dry. ' Two cups noodles. 1 tablespoon bat- I When thoroughly dry, itore :n cover- :er, 2 tablespoons Cour. 1 cup milk. ! ed jars cr boxes for future used. When i 1-3 cup grated cheese, 2 eggs, 1-2 tea- waste,- cook 20 minutes in boiling: spoon Worcestershire sauce. meat bi.'.h or salted water. \ Cook noodles in boiling salted water Noodle ba3s suggest a celicicos way · for fifteen minutes. Drain. Melt to use iei:-cver meat or the meat · butter, stir in fiour and slowly add Jroaj the tc'jpbon.e. In any event, : mlk, stirring constantly. Season with carefully tr:m off fat and gristle asd! salt and pepper ard Worchestershire I chop meat very f;ne. Season well with | sauce. Brine to the boiling point and ; ialt. pepper and bit of onion finely j add cheese. Cook until cheese is mdt- ; minced. Add one raw. unbeaten egg \ ed and remove from fire. Add yolks : and mix well. Add milk if necessary j of eggs beaten until stiff and dry. to make moist enough to stick to- j Turn into a well buttered ricg mold : getlier. Prepare noodle paste as usual, and bake forty-five minutes in a pan i using one-third the rule. Roil 'h;n j of hot water In a moderately hot oven. ' and cut :s two-~ch squares. Fill with j Turn oat of mold onto a hot platter and prepared loeat and draw comers to- i fiH with a creamed asn, meat or nmsh- ! gether. Dampen edges with a little ! rooms. ; cold water and press finnly. Drop in- j · I to boiling salted water or meat broth , News advertisinr pays bit dividends, j and boil twenty minutes. Serve on a I Invest in it. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE KIKE THEFT PROPERTY DAMAGE (JABIUTX HELFENSTEIN URNER We Extend the SEASON'S GREETINGS to All Our Friends and Customers E. D. MICHAEL CO. 4 WEST PATRICK ST. -"William toraucher Battered JLegs. When Halfback Ed "Spinner" Herb came into the Army-Navy game with his legs greased so tactlers would slide off, there was some indignation expressed by this football critic and that. Cadet Herb's ideas of fair play were made the target of some sharp shafts. But wasn't there something comic about handed over 512,000 to Phil Schlossbcrg for the contract of Ernie Schaaf. That was a year ago. Since then Ernie has more than doubled his managers' investment. Maybe times aren't so tough after all. * * if rinckcrt On Marriage. All-America Halfback Ernie Pinckert ! and Tote. . . Phar Lap, winner of more ! tiny straw-like lengths add much to than $275,000, will come pretty close j the cup of dinner consomme or bouillon. :o Sun Beau's all-time record of $376,- | Noodles served in the clear dinner soup 744 if he wins. . . . Sun Beau, by the i should be boiled in salted water arid way. has retired to the Kilmer farm, j drained before adding to the prepared near Binghamton. N. Y. . . . where meat stock, he can talk tilings over during the winter with Exterminator, another pretty fair sort of hide in his heyday. . . Phar Lap may be brought to Chicago for the Arlington Cup and Arlington handicap next summer. St, too. such as that trick of Kid Me- | of Southern California, who happens to Coy's vhen he powdered his face to ; be a married man. dropped a few remake himself look pale and ill to his ' marks to a reporter in Los Angeles the opponent? I other day. They sounded like this: * * * "Marriage and football will mix. but Modern Pharmacy DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TELEPHONE 208 Not On Convenience. lake has been bull: into the infield at Hiaieah race traci, near After sinking the bankroll on cog that runs lifth in the scx-eath my advice to college athletes would be ! not to marry until through school. - - j You don't get time to m'.ngle with th? j fellows, while rustling for the eats and j trying to keep up in* your studies. - - · j KITCHEN race, one may find the pond very handy. ; But the hours arc good. There arc Wonderment. Ice hockey is supposed to be the i world's roughest game. Not only are i there frequent bodily contacts and Sstlc \ discussions, but the players tot« fairly j heavy sticks. \"ct none is killed. I Going For The Baths. To quote from a recent newspaper yarn: "In line with the fear that the White Sox have overtaxed themselves Jn past springs, the incapacity of Ted Lynns last year being the outstanding example, *** Sox win do nothing during the 2rs: wsek of traiaing at Mineral We3s, Texas, but bathe. But we thought the White Sox were ail washed up last year! *£ * * * ^? No. 77 Still Moving. ^J~ They gave Harold Grange thr bail ^T 114 t±nes during the Chicago Bears' pro ?~ football season. Red obliced iy s:or;r..: ^ It along 604 yards, an average of o.:. ^ yards per move. as Mr. Swcc- ggf aey would say, is moving piesty good *;5 enough. ^ * * * iS Bang! "One-Two-Thrce" "Sis. J»e"5" York operatives wrusper that IS^ Dempsey is already signed to ^;eet Max *· 2 Schmeliiig nsx-. s-jrr.siEr, Take care ^ of yoarseif. Jack. f*L X«rfe On Prosperity. Jot=r.y Buckley and Jack Sharkcy Sf_ ^ BY SISTER MART NEA SerTit* Writer If you have egg yolks left from cake- making, you can save them from going to waste by making up a batch of Pried noodles can take the place ol a starchy vegetable. A noodle ring filled with a cream-! j ed meat or fish makes a delicious party j luncheon dish. A platter of fried noodles garnished with halves of hard-cooked eggs and i served with a smooth cream sauce Js | i j inviting and nourishing and can be : quickly ar.d easily prepared for an : emergency supper or luncheon. ! Noodles. ; In calculating quantities, it is well \ to remember that one egg or one yolk and. one tablespoon water will make . enough noodles to serve four persons : with a generous amount of rioodle soup. The followir.g rule makes an extra '-. amount for storing. | Use 3 egff yolks. 1 whole egg. 3 table- j spoons \vaier. 1 1-2 teaspoon salt, 2 2-3 GUIDER CLEANERS DYERS SPECIAL PRICES DECEMBER 19th to 26th All Plain Dresses, Coats and Overcoats, Cleaned and Pressed · ! 90c All Men's Suits, 2 or 3 Piece, Cleaned and Pressed.... 75c All Men's Suits, Pressed 35c Ladies^ Fur Trimmed Coats §1.00 to $155 DYEING All Plain Dresses, Coats, Overcoats and Suits $2.75 AIX OTHER PRICES IX PROPORTION This is one of the largest and oldest plants in the state. We guarantee oar work to be far superior to anything yon have ever had in this line. ALL SMALL REPAIRS FREE. We call for and deliver. C. J. SIMMONS, Agent Phone 709-E 114 West Fifth St. Frederick, Md. Let Us Make Tottr Clothes Look New for Christmas! no worries about getting a date . . . and my wife Beatrice is one sweet kid, and noodks. Noodles of any sort are a don't get the idea that I'm not satis- 1 valuable addition to the emergency fi ed-" i shelf, but tlse home-made sort especial- I Okay. Ernie, we won't get that idea, j ly are considered a treat. Since it's a } * * * ' good idea to make cnoufth for several I Did Too Know That^ i meals at one time, add or.e or two ] Kilty-five bc-rses hare been named j whole eggs to the yo-ks in order to to- for the Agua Caliente handicap March j crease the quantity and quality of the i CO. ... The hot ones will be Phar Lap. Australian hide: Dr. Freeland, Marine. : Night Patrol. Plucky Play. Span.'** Piay. Vanderpooi. Lucky Tom. Bargeilo noodles. Or.e tablespoon of voter is always added for each CKJ: jv.s. i Noodle so;;p maktv: an e.\ceKcnt win! tor Junchenn cis!;. Or noodles cut In V -~ Of v .*,r 8? V.-7 e? V.T - Of »-C? or a? ·fc-T The Officers and Directors of the Commercial Bank extend Christmas Greetings and Best Wishes For The New Year 3* i-Xl et ^; "· ^ i -£\ C 1 1 ;r~ Bipixsafeooaj 5* 3U£, AiA- 'J **£,, Of ^ A Merry Christinas Gilbert's We cany only standard coals. Their quality cannot be surpassed. Geo. S. Rodock Son nttk St. at f*. ft. ft. Give Practical Gifts GIFTS THIS YEAE SHOULD BE USEFUL ONES WHAT WOULD BE APPRECIATED MORE THAN A PA1K OF DANIEL GREEK SLIPPERS or a PAIR OF HOLEPROOF HOSE IN' A CHRISTMAS BOX? -4- THE BENNETT SHOE STORE EXPERT FOOT FITTERS i A £ I A a £ a A K A f t k * STORE CLOSED ALL DAT SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26U4 THE RUG STORE MCLLtNIX £ BESTZ 4 East Patrick Street We Wish to Extend to all our Customers, Friends and Neighbors A M E R R Y C H R I S T M A S and HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. John Francis Fischer The good will of onr patrons and friends is one of our most valuable assets. The spirit of the season brings to us renewed appreciation of old associates and of the value of new friends. May your Christmas be happy and success attend your New Year, is the cordial wish of The Obenderfer-Dronenburg Company 24-26 East Patrick

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