Friday, November 21, 1941
SIDNEY SNOW will be glad to
answer any questions
Using Up The Left Over
From T hanksgiving Dinner
There is really no part of the
Thanksgiving dinner that can't be put
to grand use—from the stuffing of
the bird right down to the very bones
themselves. And, as in so many cases,
the left-overs can be prepared in such
away as to be as good as the original
—if in doubt—just glance over some
of the following recipes and see what
is in store.
TURKEY SOUP: Break the tur
key carcass into pieces. Remove all
dressing and save. Put the bones into
a kettle and cover with cold water.
Add an onion, celery stalk or leaves,
and cook several hours. Strain. When
cool, remove fat. Reheat and season
to taste with salt and pepper, and if
you like a little celery salt.
CURRIED COLD TURKEY: Cut!
turkey into cubes, add diced celery j
and apple, and marinate in a little
French dressing. Add not more than
a pinch of curry powder for the start,
then continue to add until it suits
your taste. Serve on lettuce leaves j
and cover with mayonnaise. Garnish
with ripe olives.
TURKEY HASH: Add pieces of
turkey to the left-over stuffing and
gravy. Put into a frying pan and cook
together until thoroughly heated. Add
only enough gravy to make the dress
ing moist. Mushrooms may be added
if desired. Serve with cranberry
sauce or jelly.
TURKEY SHORTCAKE: Add
pieces of turkey to a gravy or to a
white sauce. Make a very rich biscuit.
When ready to serve, split biscuit
generously and put turkey mixture
between layers or on top. Serve with
TURNIP CAKES: Add a little
mashed potatoes and the yoke of 1
or 2 eggs to left-over mashed turnips.
Season with salt and pepper. Form
into cakes; dip in egg and crumbs and
fry in deep fat, or flour each cake and
brown in a frying pan.
DRESSING: . Make dressing into
cakes, dust with flour and fry until
Victory Lies in Prayer
REV. C. M. GRIFFITH
Cedlton, Md. -
You can be as victorious in your
life as you really want to be.
Victory does not lie in the strength
of that which is attacking you, but
in the strength of your praying.
This truth was demonstrated by the
experience of the defenseless Irrael
ites when they were attacked by the
overwhelming armed forces of the
So desperate was their situation
that Moses was driven to Prayer. He
climbed a high hill which overlooked
the field of battle. Standing in full
view of the fighting Israelites, he
held both hands high above his head
in a gesture of prayer.
As long as Moses held his hands
upward the battle kept going in fa
vor of the Israelites, but as soon as
he lowered them, the battle began to
go against them. It was then that
Moses made his important discovery;
namely, that the secret of victory
lies in continued prayer.
Prayer has a definite place in life
that nothng else can fill. There is
something mysterious about it, yet
prayer has been demonstrated time
and again, to be a revitalizing force.
Prayer summons the reinforcements
of the invisible but invincible Divine
Powers to your aid.
Could it be possible that the battle
has been going against you because
you have lowered your hands of pray
er? Could it be that you are being
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brown. Serve with cranberry jelly or
with left-over giblet gravy.
CRANBERRY COCKTAIL: Add
water to left-over cranberry sauce.
Then add lemon juice and grated or
ange rind to suit your taste. Add
more sugar if not sweet enough. If
you like a spicy flavor, add a few
cloves and a piece of cinnamon stick.
Strain through a fine sieve. Chill
and serve* with a sprig of mint dusted
with powdered sugar.
3-4 cup granulated tapioca
4 cups water
1-4 cup sugar
1-2 teaspoon salt
1 cup cranberry sauce
Combine all the ingredients, ex
: cept the cranberry sauce, and cook
until the tapioca is clear. Then add
the sauce. Stir well and put into mold
to chill. Serve with cream.
MASHED POTATOES WITH j
j CHEESE: To 2 cups potatoes, add
1-4 cup grated cheese, 1 beaten egg,
salt and pepper, a little chopped pars
ley and 2 tablespoons melted butter.
Mix well together and mold into
balls. Dip into the beaten egg and
bread crumbs and fry in smoking hot i
fat or put the potato mixture into!
buttered muffin tins and brown in a j
MASHED POTATO CORN
1 cup mashed potatoes put through I
1 cup milk
1 egg, beaten
1 cup corn meal
2 tablespoons melted butter or oth
. er shortening
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons baking powder
Beat the mashed potatoes, egg, and j
milk together. Add the dry ingredi
ents. Beat well, put in well greased
muffin tins, and bake 20 to 30 min
STATE FARMERS DUPED
BY FAKE FERTILIZER
Scores of Maryland home owners
have been buying ordinary dirt and
leaf mold for what they thought was
a high priced lawn fertilizer, police
revealed this week as they announced
the arrest of five men on false pre
Two men arrested Tuesday and
locked up at the Silver Spring jail
were Roderick P. Geoaghly, 33; An
thony T. Manley, 28, of Ocean City,
N. J. Arrested Tuesday in Prince
Georges County were Max Miller, 37,
of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Louis Gross
man, 31, of Bronx, N. Y. .
L. E. Bopst, associate State chem
ist, said the State Fertilizer Inspec
tion Service was making an analy
sis of the alleged fertilizer. He said
however, it appeared to be only de
cayed vegetable material, principally
leaf mold, which is practically value
less as a fertilizer.
defeated because'you have ceased to
You can be as victorious, as you are
willing to continue to pray. Therefore
keep your hands of prayer held high.
In the uplifted hand of prayer there
is an appeal to God to which He will
not fail to respond.
In continuous praying lies the se
cret of continuous victory!
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By Betty Holloway
Eastern Shore Public Service
j BROILED SALISBURY STEAK
1 pound ground beef
1-3 pound ground pork
1-2 cup soft bread crumbs
2 tablespoons evaporated milk
1 egg, beaten
1 teaspoon salt
1-2 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons chopped onion
1 tablespoon minced green pepper
1 tablespoon minced parsley
(1.) Have meat ground together.
(2.) Soften bread crumbs in milk and
combine with meat. (3.) Add egg and
seasonings to meat. Mix thoroughly.
Shape into 6 patties. (4.) Arrange on
well-oiled rack of broiling pan. Place
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HOT OFF THE GRIDDLE
To place batter in pans: pour in the
center of prepared layer of loaf cake
pans and spread evenly to the edges.
Or, place spoonfuls of the batter in
greased muffin pans. Never fill the
pans more than two-thirds full.
For a good soup, heat three cups of
chicken stock in the top of a double
boiler. Add one-half cup of rice over
apd cook until the rice is fluffy, a
bout forty five minutes. Serves four.
All vegetables need salt while cook
ing to bring out their best flavor.
Other seasonings which add interest
are: sugs|r, pepper, onion, and celery
3 inches ; below broiling unit. (5.)
Turn switch to BROIL. Broil 15 min
utes, turning once.
HOT OFF THE GRIDDLE
It is best to buy vegetables by
weight rather than measure. A pound
is a definite quantity but a quart will
vary, depeding on whether the dealer
packs the measure or fills it loosely.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
11. A. M. Service Every Sunday. Par
ish House, Third Street.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. John A. Ditto, Pastor
9:45 A. M. Bible School
11:00 A. M. Morning Worship with
6:30 P. M. Young Peoples meet
7:30 P. M. Evening Worship.
7:30 P. M. Prayer Service.
WOMEN'S MISSIONARY UNION j
7:30 P. M. Women’s Missionary So
iety, Ist Monday of the month.
7:30 P. M. Young Women’s Auxil
iary, Ist Friday of the month.
7:30 P. M. Girls’ Auxiliary, 2nd
Monday of the month.
7:30 P. M. Junior, Third Monday of
7:30 Senior Aid, 2nd Tuesday.
SALEM METHODIST CHURCH
J. W. Wootten, Pastor
10:00 A. M. Sunday School.
11:00 A. M. Sermon.
6:45 P. M. Epworth League.
7:30 P. M. Sermon.
7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting.
PITTS CREEK PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. Robert B. Stewart, Minister
10:00 A. M. Sunday School.
11:00 A. M. Worship Service.
2:15 P. M. Sunday School.
3:00 P. M. Service of Worship.
Everybody welcome. Come and
worship with us.
Edited by Wilma E. Deute
G. E. Leister, Pastor
ORDER OP SERVICES
9:45 A. M/ Sunday School.
9:45 A. M. Men’s Bible Class.
11:00 A. M. Morning Worship ahd
6:45 P. M. Junior C. E. Society.
7:30 P. M. Evening Worship and
Prayer meeting each Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o’clock. You are in*
POCOMOKE CIRCUIT ...
J. B. Chadwick, Pastor
10 A. M. Church School.
11:00 A. M. Preaching.
2 P. M. Church School.
3 P. M. Preaching.
GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE
Corner 7th & Walnut Sts.
Rev. R. Stanley Berg, Pastor
9:45 A. M. Sunday School.
11:00 A. M. Morning worship.
7:00 P. M. Christ’s Ambassadors.
7:30 P. ft. Evening worship service.
7:30 P. M. Prayer meeting.
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7:30 P. M. Bible study.
Interesting Bible lecture illustrated
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Song service 7:30. v
Lecture at 8 o’clock.
Prayer meeting 7:46.
Young People’s Meeting 8:80.
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