Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 219, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1934 Page: 3 of 6
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BROWNWOOD BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 29,1034
Cold Cuts and Meat Loaves Make
Appetizing Dishes For Summer,
Spanish Delicacy Built On Scrambled Eros
Charge of Coot.
fon t norm
. .INSECTPESTS I
W. X. Baxter of Santa Anna has
been named as adjustment director
for this county. Be will have charts
of all government reduction pro-
grams in the oounty. He will super-
vise the various programs that the
government has under way In this
and other counties of the state.
He will wort from County Agent
C. W. Lehmberg's office and will
oo-operate with that department In
all government work. His appoint-
ment will become effective July 1st
and at that time be will assume his
He Is an outstanding eitlaen of
Banta Anna and has been serving
as mayor of that city.
Meat loaves and cold cuts can wlucn 11 7“"""
be Mo t*n « »kJn and roots. Senr? sliced cold
SoJJTSUh and^J^ri avZible <* * hot cream sauce with broiled
to fine varlity Corned beef, beef tomaloes
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torn, Si wu HMd mu urn*. -tuflU v'»* •“*
delicious meats for summer nays. beef *** commonly used, alone or
Ibe em of rr—after cooking to combination, tor hot meat loaves,
la of prime Importance if they are but lamb makes a d’.Udous loaf and
to remain attractive to the last raor- "Worn is used. Ham loaf Is good,
stl. In the first place, to preserve *°o . , . _ .. .
them they must be kept very cold. ^ a^ lambjogi ^ excellent
Then they must be kept well cov- ta jellied loaves. These jelled l?av®*
•red to prevent drying and loss cf; ■** distinctly summery and delicate
flavor These two simple precau-
tions Insure against food waste.
Small families will f-nd cottage
ham, Canadian bacon. corr.?d beef
calves’ tongues and small meat
loaves especially well suited to their
needs. Large families w’U make use
of* large hams and beef tongue.
These smoked and salted meats are
prepared well In advance of their
serving and are good to the last
15 YEA i
ounce of ham. one ounce of chopped
Spanish onion and one large cooked
w ' gy NBA Imln wxu UUSfUJC, am CAUXIUCI/ »UW
Serve Ensuing Year GIMPLX dishes meet with the ceasful.
_ ® I ° greatest approval In this country.1 Tor instance. Spanish cooks use
,,w_ „ Of course, the average American scrambled eggs, that typically
•h 1. likes recipes that are nourishing American dish, and build an entire
ea as President or uie Brownwooa ^ sporeclstea having them dress- luncheon or supper around the
then flurry *1)0. mutSJ. H.re. tlx
Hotel Brown wood to serve during generally speaking. In contrast way It’s done at El Chico, a New
V1; ne*1 twelve months.^beginning ^ European’s Ideas, he prefers York night club:
July 1st. In connection with his in- that digests easily and takes Put one ounce of sweet butter;
augural address, ue outlined the uttle time to eat. |one quarter dove of garlic and one . ___________________
committee assignments tor the new j Realising this, famous- chefs from small onion into a sauce pen and ea, green onions, sweet pickets and
year, and pointed out several pro- foreign lands now tgke simple saute for one minute. Add one any cold fresh vegetables that you
Jects which will be given attention American dishes and dress them upounce of chopped pimento, one ‘ have left over la the lee box.
by the club. |
Douglas Carroll, retiring president
briefly reviewed the past year's work,
pointing to a number of construc-
Use The Bulletin Want Ad C
Texas’ largest seller
NEW ICE CXCAM MACHINE AT ways available to the customers. It
SMITH’S SANDWICH SHOP is frooen dally in a variety of fla-
A new, modern Ice cream-making *on and kept ready to serve in
machine has been Installed at <»f the «na-
i chine. Not only is the cream served
Smith’s Sandwich 8hop on Center to customers In the sandwich shop,
avenue and has been In operation for but It Is packed In cartons ready
several days. The machine is call- for sale to be taken out of the
ed the Sanl-Speed Ice Cream ! to be •erved at home.
_ ^ wrvmxn | ^ whQ tried the Ice cream
Treater and Is modern and sanl-1 ln the „„ a^tae have
tary ln every detail. • been delighted with It and more
In this new machine all kinds *nd more people are supping at the
and flavors of Ice cream can be toop to see the new machine and
made right ln the shop. In this wsy try the cream it makes. Wilbur
fresh, delicious Ice cream is al« Smith, proprietor of the shop.
Let’s Co-operate ... so i
we’ll both' live better
Roast Beef, lb/.\..........
Steak, Loin onRound, 3 lbs.
Steak, Fore Quartet 2 lbs. .
Lard, Pure Hog, IbA......
Salt Pork, lb.V......\.....
z Sausage, Pure rork, lby____
Bib Stew, lb..........\ ..
: Lunch Meat of all kinds,
We have said time and time again that this is your store. It
is also our store—we wfro^operate it for you. We can only
serve you to the fullpt extent with your active cooperation.
If you know of any Way that our service or merchandise can
be improved, pleaseAell us. uf there is merchandise you de-
sire which we do nit carry, We will get it for you if humanly
possible—but ice cin*t read minds.
Your criticism is invited—helpful criticism—that will enable
us to make this stfre a better place for you to shop, to save
and assure you complete and
OPfmwCTKD ntOM PAGE ON*
main epen until 4 o’clock thu aft-
ernoon when they were to be shut
for another five-hour period. The
gate* are being operated on that
schedule—open three hours and
closed five—until the 4J73JOO.OOC
gallons of waUr flows put of the
lake on tta 4«0 mile journey to the
rice fields. The galea were first
opened at 4 p m Wednesday after
you time, trouble and mone|
permanent satisfaction. i
88 Tax gods on next week. You can make a
mying your needs this week.
The Sugar Proi
good saving by
Sarsl Cantaloupes, Pepper, Okra, Let
—Prfice Lower. Complete Stock.
muni K C Baking Powder
y bapr.g powder specialists
else-f-under the supervision
ts of national reputation.
| And tout order for Saturdaj , 1
fand that big Sunday dinner will be
laced on next month’s account. And
making of Sunday dinner, you’ll find
L our store up to its uoual
standard tot fine criap
kMMF fresh vegetables (corn on
Jr V&ft&L Dw rob* etc.), nice fat fry-
era and all the other good
Tim thing* that make a tasty,
appetising and healthful
Phonr ut today,\ni<t your order wiU receive
the $amo careful aAution at you would
Pickles, 7 oz. Sour, Sweet or Dilb, each
EMI SON & SON
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes
Kellogg’s Whole Wheat
1S00 AUSTIN AVE.
PIOGLY Im WIGGLY
MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED
BY OUR GOVERNMENT
9-oz. Jar Apple Jelly, ed
Qt Jar Prepared Mustar
Qt Jar Apple Butter----25c
Qt Jar Queen Olives____38c
Ham-A-Naise, 8-oz. Glass 20c
r Taste Spread, 8-oz. Glass 20c
A Special on Vai
xbuict-e-Ice Cream Time
8-oz. Bottle Hogues
| 2-ozX^ottle Pure VanUhr 15c
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White, James C. Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 219, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1934, newspaper, June 29, 1934; Brownwood, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1045334/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Brownwood Public Library.