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Friday, March 14, 1941
"•EEHsjFI THREE MEALS A DAY
OR 1* QOd I, ... _ z
u u unni-Miru U H-wnrunru-un-wwinn Copyright By Sidney Snow 1936 Edited by Wilma E. Deute
Eggs Basis Of Many
Popular and Novel Dishes
When a luncheon or midnight sup- \
per becomes a problem, one can al- l
ways feel perfectly frde to serve an i
interesting egg dish. Omelets are al- i
ways popular as well as novel egg ]
dishes. For example: t
CREOLE OMELET
1 tablespoon butter
4 eggs
2 tablespoon olive oil
2 onions
4 tomatoes
2 green peppers
1 teaspoon salt
1- teaspoon paprika
Beat the eggs in a bowl with four
tablespoons of water. When the but- t
ter is heated to a light brown, turn i
in the eggs. As they brown, lift ]
the edges with a spatula and let the <
uncooked part run under. When the ]
omelet is brown underneath and ]
creamy on top, fold once and slip ]
onto a hot platter, surrounding it I
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
1 .
; By EUNICE ELUB
Home Economist
Eastern Shore Public Service
MINT ICE CREAM
2- cup condensed milk
1-2 cup water
8 drops oil of peppermint
6 drops green coloring
1 cup whipping cream
Mix these ingredients together, the
milk, water, oil of peppermint and
green coloring. Chill this and fold
in whipping cream. Pour into freez
ing tray, moisten bottom of tray and
put on lower shelf of super-freezer.
Freeze with temperature control set
at coldest point.
CHOCOLATE SAUCE
(easy method)
Mix the chocolate, sugar, corn
starch and boiling water together.
Bring to a boil on high, stirring oc
casionally. Turn switch off and let
stand 6 minutes. May be served with
ice cream, stale cake, cream puffs, or
chilled pears.
2 squares chocolate
1 cup boiling water
1 cup sugar
1 1-2 teaspoon cornstarch
Poetry Corner
SNOWING
The little white elves from the sky
Come skipping, dancing, racing by,
Unlikely knowing
Some folks a better fire have made,
Some others draw their window shade
And all have said—it’s snowing.
Perhaps the angels unaware
Visit when snow elves fill the air,
A joyous band
For like magic elves that live in
books
They transfer all the vales and nooks,
To fairyland.
These little elves so light and gay
That beckon children out to play,
Are health bestowing,
Though some folks have a scant de
sire
To move but few feet from the fire,
And groan aloud—‘lt’s snowing.’
Essie L. Mariner
Accomac News
Miss Mary L. Marshall of Norfolk,
spent the past week-end with her
mother, Mrs. Marne L. Marshall.
Miss Jo D. Oliver left Tuesday to
resume her work in Baltimore, Md.,
after spending several days with her
cousin, Miss Pearl B. Duncan.
Mrs. J. D. Reade, of Melfa is spend
ing several weeks with her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alma J.
Fox.
Mrs. William E. Lewis of Accomac
and her sister, Mrs. J. Tankard Crop
per, of Onley, have returned home,
after spending several weeks in Mia
mi, Florida.
Mr. Richard L. Hall, Jr., spent the
past week-end in Charlottesville.
Mrs. Manie L. Marshall left Mon
day to spend several weeks with rela
tives in Norfolk.
Mrs. James H. Fletcher is spending
some time in Charleston, S. C., with
her daughter, Mrs. L. C. M. Smythe.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bedwell, of
Wilmington, Del., are spending this
week with her mother, Mrs. George
Colona and Mr. Colona.
Mr. John Oliver and Mr. Richard
Oliver of Norfolk, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Oliver and Mr. and Mrs. John
Oliver, Jr., of Washington, D. C., Mr.
with Creole sauce. The sauce •is
made as follows: Heat two table
spoons of olive oil. Put into this
minced onions, tomatoes, and pep
pers. Add salt and paprika, cook
slowly until wanted for the omelet.
EGGS NEW ORLEANS
2 1-2 cups tomatoes
1 small onion, chopped
1-2 green pepper, chopped
1 teaspoon sugar
• 3-4 cup bread crumbs
1-2 cup celery
4 eggs
1-2 cup American cheese, grated
Salt and pepper and a bay leaf
Cook tomatoes, pepper, onion and
seasoning together for 10 minutes, re
move bay leaf, And bread crumbs and
place in casserole. Break the eggs
on top and sprinkle with salt and pep
per and cover with grated cheese.
Bake in a moderate oven 350 degrees
F. until eggs have set and the cheese
has melted.
For Active
Service ,
Well-tailored navy flannel suit.
By VERA WINSTON
HERE’S a suit designed for
popularity, since it has youthful
charm and verve, and yet is prac
tical. The skirt has three wide box.
pleats in front and is straight in
back. Large square patches below
the waist enclose vertical slit
pockets. There are two large
patch pockets on the simple,
straight-hanging jacket. The suit
is made of navy blue men’s wear
flannel, the jacket and revers of
polka dotted tie silk to rnati-h the
neat little blouse. It ha* a s-*lf
belt with a fabric covered h V.
and Mrs. Edwin Oliver of Virginia
Beach, Mrs. Clifton Ross, of Norfolk,
Mrs. Carrie Wescott, of Washington,
D. C., Colonel Maurice B. Willett and
Miss Jo D. Oliver of Baltimore, Md.,
were here Sunday to attend the fun
eral of Mrs. Carrie Mapp Oliver.
Mr. and Mrs. Alma J. Fox had as
their guests Sunday their son-in-law
bolhersills
miEVZS STOMACH DISTRESS
WHEN TRAVELING
I Tombstones And
Monuments
If we of today leave no 5
record to show that those jj
we loved have lived, what 5
is to be expected of tomor- jj
row’s generations who will 5
not know—nor care.
Pocomoke Marble f
Works
C. K. HOWARD, Prop. ?
Pocomoke City, Md. S
• iJPOOUOPCHTOCHJUOCHJCIUUUOOUPCHI
WORCESTER DEMOCRAT, POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND
BOY SCOUT TRAINING
MAKES GOOD CITIZENS
Never in the history of our coun
try have we needed the character
building and citizenship training in
fluences of the Boy Scouts of Amer
ica so urgent as we do today. Scout
ing instills in our boys reverence for
God, admiration for country, love for
home and respect for their fellows.
It is a genuine brotherhood.
During the 31 years the Movement
has served America, more than nine
million boys and men have been reg
istered on its membership rolls. To
day more than one million five hun
dred thousand are active participants
in its program. And every day
throughout the land this vast broth
erhood individually and collectively is
doing something worth while to
“strengthen and invigorate our dem
ocracy.”
Indeed, it is my conviction from
personal observation in many hun
dreds of communities in every section
of America over a period of twenty
years that Scouting epitomizes all the
attributes of democracy. It is a
great Movement charged with the re
sponsibility of working ceaselessly
for our great country. Its idealism
is practical; its acceptance is univer
sal. It is free and voluntary. Its
spirit is service.
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elic Kel
ley of New Church.
Miss Ellen Fisher Gunter spent
Saturday in Salisbury, Md.
Mrs. Carrie Sinclair Mapp Oliver,
aged 84 years at the time of her
death, passed away last Thursday
morning, March 6th, 1941, in the Nor
thampton-Accomack Memorial Hospi
tal, Nassawadox, Va., of a short ill
ness. Mrs. Oliver was bom Novem
ber 1, 1856, being the daughter of the
late Edwin T. Mapp and the late In
diana Jones Mapp, of Accomack
County. Funeral services were held
Sunday afternoon, at 2:30 o’clock
from Drummondtown Baptist Church,
conducted by the Rev. J. H. Binsted.
Interment was in Edgehill Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were her four
grandsons, Richard Oliver, William
Oliver, Edwin Oliver and John Oliver,
Jr., and two nephews, Richard S.
Floyd, Jr., and Russell Floyd. Mrs.
Oliver is survived by two children,
Mr. John Oliver, of Norfolk, and Mrs.
Maurice B. Willett, of Baltimore, Md.
Also several grandchildren, Mr. Rich
ard Oliver and Mr. Edwin Oliver, of
Norfolk, Mr. John Oliver, Jr., and
Mr. William Oliver, of Washington,
D. C., Mrs. Bidwell C. Cranage, of
Bay City, Michigan, Mrs. Clifton
Ross, of Norfolk, and Miss Jo D. Oliv
er, of Baltimore, Md.
Miss Elizabeth D. Grant and Mr.
Marshall Grant spent Tuesday in Nor
folk. •
01)
Speaking of a Bill now
before the Legislature
, to add a manufacturers*
’ tax to the various other
taxes already carried by
distilled spirits, the
Baltimore Evening Sun
warns —
.. there is a natural
limit beyond which tax
ation defeats its object.
“Liquor already car
ries so large a burden of
taxation, both State and
Federal, that the boot
legger is provided with
! a tremendous incentive.
“Any further in
-2 crease in liquor taxation
j would make the illicit
5 liquor business more
l attractive than ever.
“There is no excuse
£ for this gallonage tax...”
Association of *
5 MARYLAND DISTILLERS
fe? ALLIED INDUSTRIES
MERCANTILE TRUBT BLDG. BALTIMORE, MD.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
11 A. M. Service Every Sunday. Par
ish House, Third Street.
Everybody welcome.
ST. MARY’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. R. B. Mathews, Rector
Services, Every second and fourth
Sunday of the month, Morning Pray
and Sermon at 11 o’clock.
Every first, third and fifth Sun
days, Evening Prayer and Sermon a<
7:80 o’clock.
Holy Communion every second Sun
day at 11 o’clock in the morning.
Church School at 10 a. m.
Public is cordially invited to at
tend these services.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. John A. Ditto, Pastor
SUNDAYS
9:46 A. M. Bible SchooL
11:00 A. M. Morning Worship with
sermon.
0:80 P. M. Young Peoples meeting*
7:80 P. M. Evening Worship.
WEDNESDAYS
7:80 P. M. Prayer Service.
WOMEN’S MISSIONARY UNION
7:80 P. M., Women’s Missionary So
ciety, Ist Monday of the month,
7:80 P. M., Young Women’s Auxil
iary, Ist Friday of the month.
7:80 P. M., Girls’ Auxiliary, 2nd
Monday of the month.
7:80 P. M., Royal Ambassadors,
every Friday of the month.
7:80 P. M., Junior, Third Monday of
the month.
7:80 Senior Aid, 2ni Tuesday.
SALEM METHODIST CHURCH
J. W. Wootton. Pastor
11:00 A. M. Service of Worship.
BONNETS '"" HOSIERY
Look prettier than ever in a High twist all silk chiffons, Wntß,
Betty Co-Ed*! Face flattering weightg reinforced with cot _ CTJ / /| Colors!
styles in fine felts and attrac- ton. Spring shades! m jk/RB r agt m j na te
tive straws! Buy the very new- E §/ll|\ fashions that
est—at this budget price! Navy, Women’s Shoes f M ff\\ look more ex
black, colors! pensive! Care
„ Real Penney values in AQ l I \ . details,
Rayon FABRIC GLOVES 98c handsome dress or* FrO l I \ better fit for
sport styles! Crushed f m \| \ low price!
leathers! Gabardine! ■■ \\ \ , .^ in , e rayons
__ ~ , .. . i\ \V iu breath-tak-
Marathon HATS prints and
colors, also
’ Womens j navy, black.
.gj 2- 98 Easter “
Completely new bands in blend- qa 98c Xfflm
ed tones to go with every out
fit! Ready blocked to guaran- 1/ fgmiwy New pouches! Underarm and
tee shape! SPrs and to P- handle styles! Navy,
black, colors.
SMART DRESS SHIRTS 98c Newest Styleg , Cynthia*
MEN’S SMART SOCKS 25c Unusual val- ef . nc
ues in fitted, 1 T dLIf b
LEATHER OXFORDS 2.98 ™J"- around 'A ] J
styles! Sporty :\l / QQ^
tweeds, plaids, \l f t/Ov
Boys’ 4-Pc. v * sy twills, e- // i i Trimmed or tailored rayon sat-
V? y ponges! 12-20; Jr in and crepe! Bias or straight
SUITS 38-44.
'jWlfflffil. BMART SPRING SUITS 9.90 Save on
8- 9 °m Girls’ Fitted Coats SKIRTS ||bg||f
mmsim breasted! Tweeds, cov-JI MA j AQ
Tn „ a tv | Pfl! mWMM 'm erts, shetlands! Styled 4l. * JL • fc/O
Top Styles! P§||§§§ ™ for 7to 14 yrs. *
With vest and fT'ffiPlff-* V , orTOi „ r Smart styles to match or con
-2 pairs of i G,rls STRAW HATS QOc trast with jackets! Choose from
pleated slacks | fjßjtnhmV Adorable spring bonnets! gored, pleated or swing skirts
fl;. th Save a, oS 1 MKEJ Sirla - Rayon FROCKS ~98 wool
c” iTs s i meres, Styled for Suaday-bestt 1 Womer ,. s BLOUSES 98c
6°-18 111 nB Newest JACKETS 2.98
years. |||| ..\A *Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.
True Blue* JP
Blazer Stripe SOCKS 19c pr!
7:16 P. M. Christian Endeavor.
Wednesday
7:30 P. M. Bible Study and Prayer
Meeting.
SUNDAYS
10:00 A. M. Sunday SchooL
11:00 A. Mm SERMON
6:46 P. M. Epworth League.
7:80 P. Mm SERMON
WEDNESDAYS
7:80 P. M., PRAYER MEETING
PITTS CREEK PRESBYTEBIAI
CHURCH
Rev. Robert B. Stewart, Minister
Pocomoke City
Sunday
10:00 A. M. Sunday SchooL
Beaver Dam
Sunday
2:16 P. M. Sunday SchooL
8:00 P. M. Service of Worship.
Everybody welcome. Corns and
worship with us.
11 A. M. Preaching every other Su
day at 7:30 P. M.
BETHANY METHODIST
CHURCH
G. B. Leister, Pastor
ORDER OF SERVICES
9:46 A. M. Sunday SchooL
49:46 A. M. Mon’s Bible Close
11:00 A. M. Morning Worship and
Sermon.
0:46 P. M. Junior C. E. Society.
7:80 P. M. Evening Worship ane
Sermon.
PRAYER MEETING
Prayer meeting each Wednesday
evening at 7:80 o’clock. You are invited
POCOMOKE CIRCUIT
John F. Willis, Pastor
Cokesbury
10 A. M. Church SchooL
Emmanuel
2 P. M. Church SchooL
3 P. M. Preaching.
GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE
Corner 7th & Walnut Sts.
Rev. R. Stanley Berg, Pastor
Sunday
Sunday School 9:45 A. M.
Morning worship 11:00 A. M.
Christ’s Ambassadors 7:00 P. M.
Evening worship service 7:30 P. M.
SIX • • *
A Permanent Wive
AT OUR SHOP
Exquisite and Lasting.
Best Supplies and Equip
ment.
Adds Luster and Recondi
tions the hair.
No matter what color or
texture, we have the
permanent that your
hair will respond.
Good Permanents are al
ways cheapest.
We Guarantee them.
FOR SPRING
We are featuring the
NEW CREME
PERMANENT
Natural and Lasting
HAMILTON
Beauty Parlor
Pocomoke Phone 201
Tuesday
Prayer meeting 7:30 P. M.
Thursday
Bible study 7:30 P. M.
. .a dab of
mustard does to a
frankfurter... what
NATIONAL
BOHEMIAN
BEER
does for an entire
meal. Here is an
unusual beer. . .
brewed to a high
standard of quality
* * * never down
to a price .
brewed by
NATIONAL BREWING COMPANY
of Baltimore in Maryland ,
LISTEN IN: National Sports
Parade, Station WBOC, 6:30 to
6:45 P. M. Monday thru Satur
day.
DISTRIBUTOR:
NEHI BOTTLING 00.
Salisbury, Md.
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