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Friday, April 10, 1942
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I SIDNEY SNOW will be glad to |
answer any questions
on food |
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Leftover Meat Accessory For
Meat Loaf s Spring Showing
There are very few homes that do
not have left overs from at least one
or two meals a day. Now, there of
ten isn't enough left over from one
meal to combine into some tasty dish,
but this, combined with other left ov
ers or fresh ingredients will often
times go into the making of a dish
far more delicious than the original
dish.
There is really very little excuse
for left-overs being wasted. Not even
bones and fat. The bones can be used
in the making of delicious soups and
the fats can be rendered mixed with
bacon drippings for a really delicious
shortening for making waffles, etc.
In this recipe, we are again retH’ij
ing to our old friend the meat loaf
who has been taking a rest but far
1 RADIANT LIVING §
2 The Light in the Window §
REV. C. M. GRIFFITH
§ Cecilton, Md.
It was several years ago that I met
her—this old lady who maintained in
her home a peculiar custom.
Every night she would light her
big oil lamp and set it in the bay
window of her front room where its
warm mellow rays could be seen for
some distance up and down the street.
“Why do you set that lamp in the j
window?” I asked her one evening,
as I was calling upon her.
She smiled very sweetly at me in
her motherly way and then she spoke. '
“It’s a peculiar notion of mine,” she
said softly. “Somehow I feel it will
give a little cheer to somebody going
by.”
Her remark recalled to my mind ]
how often on a cold winter’s night I
had been impressed by the rays of ,
light streaming forth from the win
dows of cozy homes. It impressed me j
with the sacredness of the home life,
the preciousness of its love, the as
pirations of those who lived within.
Light streaming forth from such win
dows caused me to feel the worth
whileness of life and quickened my
pace as though I had been touched by
some impelling inspiration.
“And do you know,” she broke in
upon my thoughts, “they get to look
for it? Everytime I’m away from
home and come back, almost always
somebody will say to me, ‘I missed
your light while you were away’ .”
“And there was one man,” she con
fided, “who told me that one night
when he was so terribly discouraged,
that he wouldn’t have known what to
do, had it not been for my light!”
“Isn’t that fine!” I commended her.
“You certainly are rendering a very
helpful service.”
Within my heart I felt a deep de
sire to set some kind of a radiant
lamp in the window of my life that
I too might cheer some unknown
traveler through the night.
Crumble crisp bacon and add to
spinach or dandelion greens.
It is not necesary to blue white
clothing every week.
New drainboards may be soaked
with hot linseed oil to reduce spot
ting.
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possessions is important to defense
of the nation. Let us review your
insurance to make sure you are
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Phone 208
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Copyright By Sidney Snow 1936 Edited by Wilma E. Deute
i from forgotten. This, however, is a
i different meat loaf, in that it calls
■ | for left-over meat:
BACON MEAT LOAF
’ 3 cups minced cooked meat
1 small onion
L 3 sprigs parsley
i 2 eggs
1-4 teaspoon pepper
■ 1-2 cup sifted bread crumbs
1 tablespoon prepared mustard
1 cup milk
Put meat, onion and parsley through
a food chopper. Add beaten eggs and
other ingredients. Mix well and put
into a baking pan lined with strips
of bacon. Press mixture down firm
ly. Bake in a moderate oven, 350 F.
for 45 minutes. Serves 0.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
By Eunice E. Phillips
Home Economist
Eastern Shore Public Service
CURRIED DRIED BEEF
& NOODLES
Fry together—
-4 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons onion
1-4 lb. dried beef
Add—
-2 1-2 cups water
1-2 pkg. noodles
Bring to boiling point and simmer
10 minutes.
Combine—
-1 1-2 teaspoons curry powder
1 tablespoon flour
Add enough of 1 1-2 cups milk to
make thin paste. Then add all to a
bove mixture. Cook until slightly
thick.
Stockton News
Mr. Strayer Hancock of Western
Maryland College, Westminster, Md., I
spent the Easter Holidays with his j
mother, Mrs. Ella Hancock.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parsons and lit
tle daughter, of Philadelphia, were,
guests Saturday of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Parsons.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hancock and
family spent Sunday with Mrs. Han
cock’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Allen at Horntown.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DeStafeno
and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Foulks of Philadelphia, Miss Eliza
beth Baylis, of Wilmington and Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson Groten, of Pocomoke
were guests over the Easter Holidays
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Baylis.
Mr. and Mrs. John Edgar Doughty
and little son, Don Hallett of Snow
Hill, were guests Sunday of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pettit.
Messrs. Mervin Brittingham and
Melvin Milbourne of Baltimore were
week end guests of their parents, Mr.;
and Mrs. Alfred Brittingham, and Mr.
we now serve
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NATIONAL/80H EM IAN 11
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Nehi Bottling Co.,
Phone 1038 Salisbury, Md Market Street Pocomoke City, Md.
By the way—Tune in on Bailey Goss, National Sports Parade, Sta
tion WBAL every evening 6:05 (Sundays 6:35 p. m.) and 11:05 p. m. —— ■" 11
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''Crochet Doilies Add Distinction
To Your Home
J
CROCHET affords an inexpensive
and beauty to your home. A single
ball of mercerized crochet cotton t*’' > ,€ £** -fy & ( X *'&,
will make an elegant and exquisite
doily which will launder beautifully
and stand up bravely under constant ipl\ j
use. Doilies also make an excellent
choice as entries in the Nation-Wide
Crochet Contest. Cash prizes and
honors will be given this Fall, in
the Sixth Annual Nation-Wide
Crochet Contest. Start now on the
lovely bread tray doily shown above, *#■
with its delicate briar-rose pattern,
or choose the filagree-patterned
doily of Venetian inspired design,
shown at right. Directions for cro
cheting the doilies and details of the *
Crochet Contest may be obtained by sending a stamped, self-addressed
envelope to the Needlework Department of this paper, specifying design
No. 50-8.
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and Mrs. Roy Milbourne.
Miss Elizabeth Hickman of Salis
bury and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pusey
and children of Pocomoke spent the
holidays with their parents, Mr. and
i Mrs. Henry Hickman.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Merritt of
Washington, spent a part of the week
with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Clifton and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merritt.
We are sorry to report Mrs. J. D.
Dickeson on the sick list.
1 The Misses Rebecca and Mary
Frances Hudson of Girdletree spent
the holidays with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Housten.
Miss Jaunita Boston of Wilming
ton spent the Easter Holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bos
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. James Manning of
Williamston, N. C., spent the week
end with Mrs. Manning’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Payne.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Conklin and
family of New York, were guests ov
er the Holidays of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Conklin.
Those entertained at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sharpley, Sunday
were: Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Stur
gis, and little Nancy Corbin of Poco
moke, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Barnes
i and daughter of Girdletree and Mr.
and Mrs. K. C. Pettit.
WORCESTER DEMOCRAT, POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND
Mrs. Thomas Wharton, Jr., of Wil
mington spent the Easter Holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Pruitt.
Mrs. Marie Brittingham of Snow
Hill was a guest over the Holidays of
1 Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Dickerson.
Miss Sue Taylor has returned after
spending some time with Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Taylor at Millington.
Mrs. J. F. Nelson of New Church,
and Mrs. Clinton Fuller of Toms Riv
er, N. J., were guests Sunday of Miss
Leona Collins.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Salisbury,
were guests Sunday of their son-in
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Shockley.
Miss Margaret Hancock of Balti
more spent the Easter Holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Hancock.
Mrs. Nettie Hayden visited her son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
AMERICA’S FINEST ICE CREAM
COMES TO POCOMOKE CITY
We are proud to announce that
Jefferson Trader .at pncomoko, Sun
day.
HOT OFF THE GRIDDLE
Did you know that corn starch re
quires longer cooking than flour? A
quickly cooked corn starch mixture al
: ways has a raw taste.
Clean mushrooms by brushing or
| washing in a small amount of water;
cut off discolored end of stem. Ten
der young caps do not need peeling.
Mushrooms may be cooked whole or
| cut in slices.
In extreme cases, to remove shine
from woolens fine sandpaper has been
used with light touches.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
11. A. M. Service Every Sunday. Par
ish House, Third Street.
Everybody welcome.
ST. MARY’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Hugh V. Clary, Rector
First Sunday Holy Communion and
j sermon 11:00 a. m.
■ Second Sunday Morning Prayer
and sermon 11:00 a. m.
Third Sunday Morning Prayer Lit
jany and sermon.
Fourth Sunday Morning Prayer
and sermon.
Fifth Sunday Morning Prayer
and sermon.

POCOMOKE SYNAGOGUE
A. Zentman, Rabbi.
Services: Friday evening 7.30.
Sunday morning: 9.30 Prayer
■ Service; 10.30—Sunday School.
Bible classes for children: Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday after
noon—4-5 o’clock
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. John A. Ditto, Pastor
SUNDAYS
9:45 A. M. Bible School
11:00 A. M. Morning Worship with
sermon.
6:30 P. M. Young Peoples meet
| ings.
7:30 P. M. Evening Worship.
WEDNESDAYS
7:30 P. M. Prayer Service.
WOMEN’S MISSIONARY UNION
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
the month.
7:30 Senior \id, 2nd Tuesday.
SALEM METHODIST CHURCH i
.1 W. Wool ten. Pastor
SUNDAYS
10:00 A. M. Sunday School.
11:00 A. M. Sermon.
6:45 P. M. Epworth League.
] 7:30 P. M. Sermon.
WEDNESDAYS
7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting.

PITTS CREEK PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Rev, Robert B. Stewart, Minister
Pocomoke City
SUNDAYS
10:00 A. M. Sunday School.
11:00 A. M. Worship Service.
Beaver Dam
SUNDAYS
2:15 P. M. Sunday School.
3:00 P. M. Service of Worship.
Everybody welcome. Come and
; worship with us.
BETHANY METHODIST
CHURCH
G. E. Leister, Pastor
ORDER OF SERVICES
SUNDAYS
0:45 A. M. Sunday School.
0:45 A. M. Men’s Bible Class.
11:00 A M. Morning Worship and
Sermon.
6:45 P. M. Junior C. E. Society.
7:30 P. M. Evening Worship and
Sermon.
PRAYER MEETING
Prayer meeting each Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o’clock. You are in
j vited.
POCOMOKE CIRCUIT
J. B. Chadwick, Pastor
Cokesbury
10 A. M. Church School.
11:00 A. M. Preaching.
Emmanuel
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.
7:30 P. M. Evening worship service
TUESDAYS
7:45 P. M. Prayer meeting.
THURSDAYS
7:45 P. M. Bible study.
FRIDAY
7:45 P. M. Christ’s Ambassadors
;
PORTERSVILLE TABERNACLE
Stockton, Md.
Interesting Bible lecture illustrated j
with Bible pictures every Sunda>
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seasoned to be worthy of ?
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night.
Song service 7:30.
Lecture at 8 o’clock.
Friday night
Prayer meeting 7:45.
Young People’s Meeting 8:30.
123 Main St., Salisbury Phone BSt
j Tombstones And
Monuments
If we of today leave no
record to show that those
we loved have lived, what
is to be expected of tomor
row’s generations who will
not know—nor care.
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