The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 20, 1934 · Page 3
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 3

Paris, Texas
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Friday, July 20, 1934
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MENUS OF THE A. TASTT Spread crisp potato chips with Ziverwurst which has been softened with a fork and has had a little cream added. These are *ood to aerve as appetizers with cocktails. I>imker Serving Four idver Loaf Escalloped Potatoes Buttered Green Bean* Bread, Plum Jam Orange Salad Rhubarb Pudding Hard Sauce * - Coffee Idver Loaf For Four 1 pound beef liver 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 1 tablespoon chopped celery 1 tablespoon chopped onion, 1 egg 2 tablespoons milk 2 tablespoons butter 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons lemon juice Cover liver with cold water. Add lid and let simmer 20 minutes. Chop or press through coaixe sieve. Add res: of ingredients and pour Into buttered loaf pan; fcake 3* minute*.. a cup* «lic*d raw potatoes 3. t*.bl«*poons flour 1-2 teaspoon salt 1-4 teaspoon pepper-. 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 13* cups milk 2 tablespoons butter Mix potatoes, flour, salt and pepper, add rest of ingredients and pour into buttered bakinsr dish. Cover and bake 40 minutes in .moderate oven-' Remove cover and bake 20 minutes it brown top. Rbttlmrb Pudding* 2 cups diced leftover bread 3 cups diced peeled rhubarb *-S cup Imperial sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1-2 teaspoon nutmes 1-S teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 cup water 3 tablespoons butter Mix ingredients and pour into buttered baking dish. Bake 40 minutes. Serve warm. Hard Sauce 1 -3 cup batter 1 1-2 cups sifted confectioners sugar 2 tablespoon cream 1 teaspoon vanilla 1-S teaspoon «alt Mbc ingredients and beat well. Chill and serve on warm pudding. Visitor SEX, -JOHX HOKNSBY You Can Taste the Difference in Surebest Potato Chips Get Them at Yonr Grocer 5c and lOc Summer Porch Luncheon The Menu Cantaloupe Cocktail Served in Paper Cups Chicken Stuffed Tomato Salads Sweet Pickles Ripe Olives Hot Rolls Currant Jam Raspberry Sherbet Coffee Cantaloupe Cocktail 2 cups diced cantaloupes. Senator Hornsby. who is seeking the office of lieutenant governor -p.-as in Paris Thursday in the interests of his candidacy. He is asking Texas voters to consider his record as a state senator as a basis of his qualification for the office which he seeks. A native Texan. Senator Hornsby has served as Bounty clerk, county attorney and county judge, prior to his election to the state senate. mint leaves. 2 tablespoons sugar, 2 tablespoons lemon juice. I-S teaspoon salt. 2Mix and chill ingredients. Serve in glass cups. 1-2 cup 2 tablespoons butter, melted Mix iarredjenr» ' and • pour into buttered baking: dish. B*k*>. 25 minutes in moderate oven. Chec*r CaUke 1 1-2 cupa flocr 2 teaspoons baking powder 5 tablespoons fat • •• 1-3 cup Imperial sugar 1-2 cup milk Mix dry ingredients. Cut in fat with knife. Mixing with knife add egrgr and milk. Mix lightly. Pour into greased shallow pan. Cover w;th cherry mixture. Cherry Mixture 1 1-2 cups cherries 1-2 cup Imperial sugar 1 tablespoon flour 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon 3 tablespoons butter Mix ingredients. Spread on soft dough. Bake 25 minutes in moderate oven. Serve warm or cold. Tomato Cheese Squares 12 pieces buttered bread 12 slices tomatoes 12 slices cheese 12 pieces bacon 5 tablespoons catsup Cover bread with tomatoes cheese and bacon. Place on shallow pan and brown well until bacon is crisj> and bread is toasted. ^^^^^^•'^^^^^^^^^^^^••••••••^•^•••^^^^•IM^H^MU Omahan New Lions' Chief W1NDOM 'PERSONAL LOCAL ITEMS V. C. HASCALJ, Tea OUR BOSSES HAVE GONE TO THE WORLD'S FAIR of the best bosses in the world. Vt'e think *e hnve ti , while Mr -And Mrs. "Wilson aie in Chicago visiting the World's Fair ^-e're working 1 harder than ever for business. Kelp us *nake this wtek a big one. If -we don't have all the specials lists 1 here you're looking for, call'and get our pri«^e. Remember we aeliver your orders. FRES of chars' 0 TeJcphone S4*> or S47 - ~ SUGAR 10 Lbs. 53c Irish POTATOES 10 Lbs. 20c Schilling TEA 1-4 Lb. 19c R^S Pork & Beans, 4 Cans 25c CRACKERS 2 Lb. Box 19c HONEY 10 Lb. Bucket 75c WALDORF TISSUE 6 For 25c Certo 29c Olives, Qt. 30c Mackerel, can 9c; Cheese, Lb. 18c Steak, 3 Ibs. 25c; S. Bacon, Ib. 21c Mix Sausage Lb 5c RALPH WILSON GROCERY \VBST SI SQUARE •-r i. ." LETTUCE CARROTS BEETS TURNIPS Ffrrn Head* "Bunches Choice Extra Special for This Week Per -Bunch SALAD DRESSING GREEN BEANS T _ BRIGHT AND EARLY TEA t-4 tb. Qt. 29C Lb. IQc I4c KILL INSECTS NOW! yt >ar SPECIAL objectionably Jn-^v-,*. ' Large Size 49c T S SHOW YOU MARKET SPECIALS DRESSED FRYERS ^ SLICED BACON £*~ SIfM ELK HORN CHEESE ... 7 STEAKS ROAST BABY BEEF STEW MEAT Choice of ,\ny Cuts Lb.20c Lb.20c Lh. I7c Lb. I6e U. lOe U.6c '' mm ROAST COOKED FREE! vo«: BUT IT SMITH AND HIUNOUSE Kji«fn>Jin CiROCKftT Ajf Ptione US Chicken Stuffed Tomato Salad S tomatoes. 1 cup diced cooked chicken, % up diced- celery. £ tablespoons chopped pimentos. *£ teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon paprika, 1 cup stiff maponnaise. Wash and peel tomatoes. Remove centers. Chill. Mix 1-4 mayonnaise with chicken, celery, pimentos, salt and paprika. ChiiL Stuff tomatoes, serve on lettuce ai»d surround with remaining j mayonnaise. j Hot Rolls 1 cake compressed yeast, 1 cup lukewarm milk.' 4 tablespoons fai melted, 1 teaspoon salt. 5 tablespoons sugar. 2 eggs. 4^i caps ilour. Crutnble yeast and add milk, fat. salt, sugar, cvggs and 2 cups floui. Pour into greased bowl. Cover and set in moderate room temperature. Let stand until dough has doubled in size (it will require about 4 hours in warm weather and longer on cool days}. Break off bits of the soft dough and shape into round rolls. Arrange side by side on greased baking pan. Cover with cioth an# let rise until doubled in- bulk. Bake !~» minutes in moderate oven. FOR FOUR The Menu Spicy Ham Slice Kscal3oped Corn Celery Pfckles Cherry Cake Coffee Spicy Ham Slice slice harn cloves 1-4 tea-spoon cfnrramon I -3 cup scgar 1 cup pineapple juice 1-2 cup raisins 1-3 cup water Have haai cut about 2-S isch th^ck. Stick cloves on one side {and fit into shallow baking pan-1 Top with rest of ingredients, CQTT- } er and bake 1 1-4 boars in moderate oven. jns pect frequently and Escallopcd Corn " ciips corrt 1-2 teaspoon salt 1-2 teaspoon Imperial sugar 1 ~4 teaspcor. paprika 1--* tessj>ccn celery salt MJEALS FOR THREE Breakfast Orange Juice Cooked Wheat Cereal Soft Cooked Eggs Bran Muffins Coffee Luncheon Stuffed Peach Salad . Bread Butter Sponge Cake Dinner Spanish Shrimps Mashed Potatoes Battered Asparagus Bread Currant Jam Cucumber Salad Caramel Bavarian Cream Coffee Spanish Shrimps for Three (Good for Company, Too) 3 tablespoons butter 3 tablespoons chopped onions 2 tablespoons flour 3 tablespoons choppe*d celery S tablespoons chopped green peppers 1 cup boiled rice 1 cup tomatoes 1-2 teaspoon salt 1-4 teaspoon paprika 1 cup cooked shrimps Melt butter in frying pan. Add and brown onions, flo-cr, celery. peppers and rice- Add rest of ingredients and cook " 3 minutes. i CHICAGO. 111.— The eighteenth j ^ I annual convention of the Inierna- jtionai Association of Lions clubs j adjourned Friday at noon in Grand •Byron 31cConnelI of ere Tuesday visiting | o!<J friends, his wife an<j daughter t having stopped over in Diallas- ; Bill Bow!en went to WeUsnston | to join friends on a trip to Chiea; go to visit the World's fair. 1 Charlie Wall of I>allas is visit- j ing Harve Baldwin. j Mr*. Jennie Burnett of Denison 1 is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pul- j liaui. Robert Lee. little soa of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Garner is Quite ill. Mrs. Jim Richaidson and children of Sherman are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clark. Miss Leia Mae Miles of Midland is visiting Miss Mell Dowlen. Word from Shamrock is to the effect that Albert JLayeoek. seriously ill following an operation shows littli improvement. His brother. -W. .\1. Laycock is with him. Rev. and Mrs. Marshall Masters of Waxahachie visited Mr. and. Mrs. Grady Raspberry here this i week. i s F. G. Raspberry of Caddo. Okla. i j father of Grady Raspberry is re- j } ported very ill- ] Mrs. P. H. Simpson has returned \ om a visit with her sister. Mrs- i Kent at Commerce. i Mr. and Mrs. Noah Cooper and. i son and Mr. and Mrs. Alex week during the the summ*r CX/ASSMOOM DRAMA 111.. v!P> — Northwesters university has become drama conscious and 15 planning Tnere have beea to briaz the modem theatre to its 3,090 mule* and «. HirtLli <* clawrooms this summer. Plans! 2 , 0 00 horses on Xortk Cfcrolin* ^ u for lhe staging of a, play a'farms within a year. SANDERS CASH STORE A Complete Store With Better Prices of Birminrham. Gro«. Mrs. M<«»itl,v. Mrs " board. i Vincent Hascali was elevated to i the presidency from the position of I first vice president. He has a rec- | ord in Lions club work that ex- George 51. Schnabel of Bonham . " i Slumber Party Given j For Girls At Blossom I LEAVE FOR EAST gsberg ac- son and Henry . ^ Chicago to visit the | Century of Progress exposition. j and to buy gooes for The more and New Tork w: Detroit, at!d Cleveland. visit also IS T^-h _^ VISITORS RETTJRX -ice Rev. and Mrs. Leslie O, and Misses H.uhy and Eu3a of Brookston have returned from "R*eatherford and were accompanied home by Mrs. J. D. Cheathana and children who will visit Mr. and Mrs. J. S. E^ns tend? back almost to the. beginnin j of the Association. He was a char- I ter member *of the Omaha Lions club which was chartered in 1&20. Since that time he has attended i every international convention. In IS26 he was elected district gover- j nor of the Lions clubs in Iowa and ' Nebraska, and in 1927 was chosen j chairman of the board of gover- } nors of the Association. When his j term in this office expired in 1S2S | he was elected to the International I board of directors where he served | for three years. From the board of directors he was elevated to the third, vice presidency at the ISSl- convention, which -was held in Toronto. Canada. In succeeding' years he was made second and first v ice president, and at this convention was elected zo the presidency. which is the highest office in the Association, Mr, Hascali is by profession, lawyer, receiving his law degr iroia the "University of Nebraska. in 1917. H* "vcas bom in Ogden. Utah in 1SSS, bat received most of his education, in Omaha. Nebraska- He started practising law in IS 11. He is a member of the city, state and American Bar Associations, and his record includes live years as judge of the Omaha municipal court, and two years in the Nebraska legislature. For the past several years he has been in charge of "he legal affair? of t'ne Standard Oil Company of Nebraska. { BLOSSOM.—Miss Jane. I entertained girls of the ^ [set with a slumber party "at her I home near Blossom, refreshments | including watermelon being serve** during the evening, and breakfast the next morning before the guests departed. & Those attending were Dorothv Keener. Lucy L. Fryar. Rosemary [ Hades. Rebecca Cabaness. Mary K, jrort, -tfTilired Dale, Helen Abbott. ' Bertha L. Solomon. Elisabeth and Isabel Barnett. Opal Plant and Thompson. Finn Heads SUGAR, 1O Pounds . >£IXE1> CAKES JLb. Pkg GRAPE JUICE Quart Bottle .MIRACLE WHIP Quart Jar UPTON'S TEA. 1-4 Lb- Plcg, K. C. BAKING POW- I>ER, 25- oz. Can . . PALMOLIVE SOAJP 5 Bars for PERFECTION OOF- OC-i. t-'.'iT'i:' r i~ T>I._ ft^fC JT i^-fc., J-iO IT Kg* _ - r Old Time Whole Grain Pea- berry Coffee. VTe grind It tvben bought. Lb- Pacfcace* ..... 5< 51* 19< 35c 29c 15c 25? MARKET SPECIALS Guaranteed Yard Efega < Sale Now- Open Pit BARBECUE, Pound ROIiLJbII> ROAST, Pound LOIN OR ROUND STEAK, Lb. ...... HOME BAKED HAM, JLb ENGLISH STYLE BACON, Lb AMERICAN CREAM CHEESE, Lb. BEEF LIVER S Lbs Full Line of Lunds Meats and Cheeses For Your Hot Weather L-nnch, ,. Sandwiches TTill Taste Better When Too SUREBEST Club Loaf and Extracted on sale today. J0 po^-^-^ p A1Ti Vegetole Shortening, 8-lb. car., 69c Gallon PEACHES 50c Gallon PINEAPPLE €5c GaUon CHERRIES _ . 65c Gallon SALAD DRESSING . . 95c VTALDORF TISSUE, 3 Rolls LAUNDRY SOAP 32 B«rs O. JD. CLEANSER 3 Cans .* CLOROX Bottle FAULTLESS STARCH, 3 Z^. COTTON SEED MEAL, Sack . . 25c 15c 19c 25c $1.50 DRIED BEAXS, Great Northern, 5 Lbsv . . BAJBY L1MAS "* Pounds BLACK EYES 5 Lbs BIG LIMAS 3 Lbs. _ PORK AND BEAXS 4 Cans Kefloj^r's "BKAX FLAKES. 3 Pk£3... MATCHES, * Boies 25* 25c 25* PHONE S2S —DELIVERY SERVIGE Store Located East Side of Market Square Ifs Too Hot to Worry About What You WUI Eat Special Efforts Have Gone Into the Arrangement of Oisr Store for Ea*y and Comfortable Shopping for Somethirgr FOR A HEALTH BREAD BUY SUREBEST 100 Per Cent Whole Wheat Bread Hackel Grocery Prices Good Friday and Sattvday, Ju)y 20 and 21 at Paris, Texas DOZEN 19C LETTUCE Head 5c ORANGES Doz. 15c SwestPEPPER. .U 8c Watermelons, ice cold, each 20c WITH Ro&edale APRICOTS Delicious Halves in Good Rich Svrup 9c Borden's MALTED MILK /-OI- J«r . 32c Rosedale PEACHES SNOWCAP PEARS In Syrnp No. 2±k Can HersbeVs COCOA H-Pcend . . IOC Tastv VANILLA S-oz- Bottle IOC P we Cone SUGAR Airway COFFEE Lb. 21c Libby ? s Vienna SAUSAGE, 2 cans 15c HO>n U^ SALAD DRESSING, pt. 19c JELL WELL 3 Pkgs. . . 13c Bakers CHOCOLATE *4 Lb. Pkg. 23c GRAPENUTS Reg, Pkg. . 17c POST 7OASTIES - Lrg. Pkg. lOc BLUE RIBBON MALT, 3 Ib. can 55c Y VAN CAMP TOMATO COCKTAIL 13c oz. Cans PEANUT BUTTER Quart Jar . 25 Pure Appl« CIDER VINEGAR GaBon 27c mERTS RECIPE FOR SWEET PICKLED PEACHES —3-DAY METHOD Ptcl ««J bo,! for I < droo «to * Select tirro *>«-«WK p«ch«, more undw-r.pc iK.n wh«h r. made by botiins icscdxrr t« s«s»r W ~«« T.rr ano *J!cw to coc^ t«- 2 or ? ho«r». I>r*,n «* ^ jvrop, * v- w ?« and «*d b«l for 1 1 mmor«, t hen wfa th< peacfc** an d cook toother JO nunutec let jtand «*eratth<. Next morning drain off tte ^yrvp, boil 70 mmut«, «d tSc F* 3C h« and conunuc cooktnc f or M m,nut« jon^r- C«>! *$>ir. and lei «and O v« n»,«,St. then boU a!! together umU peiches arc chrar *nd icrnfer. P*CK mto ster.l.icd urs SJ rn tf h «,th ^J suck cinnamon »nd ^hok ^U^K <0 T % "'J srrai ^/>- r «r- C J « »» Booked all at oo* rwne-bw tlaxor o b«»r Of^«k>p«J bv thr,v-<Jjiv mrtSJ, PURE CAN] No. I Fresh CHEESE GROUND MEAT STEAK BOLOGNA Nice and Tender Flavored Right 2Lbs, 25c Lb, 5c 2Lbs, 15c Lb. 121/ 2 C VEAL CHUCK 7C Conrov's TEA Delicious iced Tea lOc Genuine Bayer ASPIRIN 12c Box of 12 TableU . . Van Camp's HOMINY No. Can 9c Caballero PIMENTOES 4-oz. Cam

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