Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1946 Page: 4 of 4
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FRIBAY. JANUARY 11, 1946
Showing At I In- I'ALACK FKI. & SAT.
Daiif/liti rs of
Confederacy nit t
In Kulutnk Home
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i' • n.ietinjj in the .-lUwiKw of the
: m -hI. nt. Mi* Henry White. Th-
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li it"-istin talk i.ii the horo*eo|>o
r J.iiumr> bj giving the wil*
st audit-, • jx ^omilitiws through th<*
\ivirs whn-i' horiiwiijx'v can-'
iii il. p. i ml and nuivlionins
*,ii i i! i'.iiits during the >«ff,
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.ill j111ii !\ written by hi'!' father
I! I .ir nil Hie life of Robert
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ROOt.F WOOfilF SHORT
NKW COMBINATION RADIO KwVrniy olliccr and family di -
AND V1CTPOLA on display re furni lid or unl'irnisln d
Sl~! Several used radio> $15. ti\i or *i\ room modern house
mr fJAVNOK MAUUOX
M A SUA Writer
HtTHEH the bite toureen is
steaming with New England
vegetable coup or an American-
ind version of Italian minestrone,
dinner nr luni hcon i* going to be
Cm d. A variety of flavors, foods
.•ind seasoning ; cooked together in
a big friendly pot—that's eating
New England Vegetable itoup
F. ur pounds shin of beef (for
soup hone), 2 tablespoons fortified
margarine or butter, 1 quart to-
n .itoes, J quarts cold water, 1
ti ,i poon -.ilt, 's teaspoon pepper,
J bunch soup herbs or u teaspoon
I vsdried mixed soup herbs, 3
slued carrots, ;i sliced onions, 4
cubed potatoes, 'j .-mall finely
► hredded head cabbage, > i cup
Have butcher crack soup bone
in several places that marrow
ii exposed. Cut meat into several
pieces. Die nut a bit of the tnar-
rnw, add the butter or margarine
md nu-lt ,ti large soup kettle. Add
pieat and bone; brown gently over
low heat. Then add tomatoes, cold
i-. atcr, salt, pepper and soup herbs
( prigs of page, thyme, marjoram
'id r. . emiiiy tied into a little
bouquet, or teaspoon of all
Ihese herb- powdered and mixed
together). Cover an 1 simmer 3
hours, removing sium an it forms.
Add vegetables with water to re-
ttme the amount boiled away.
Cook additional half hour. Serve
One cup dried beans or marrow-
ait pea . 2 quarts wate', I .an.jP
orange, ready-to-eat cereal,
scrambled eggs, w hole wheat
toast, butter or fortified
margarine, iell.v. eofToe
American vegetable soup.
Italian bread, hunks of
cheese, mixed green salad,
compote of fruit, nut cookies,
DINNER: New England
vegetable soup, crackers,
sliced cold meat, creamed
potatoes, buttered zucchini,
enriched bread, butter or
fortified margarine, choco-
late pudding, cream, coffee,
und up. Jones Music Co.
P"i >It SALK All kinds shrubs.
trees, und plants. J. J. Morgan,
Telephone SUlM One mile south
FOR saw: 30 model ford c upo
good cui and tires 317 S, Mc.
by Feb 1.
Box K Be; kenT'l^i'
'■■'deal Land Bank loan on
farms and Hindus at f'"u.' per-
il nt. Pay anything without boa1.;
B. L. Jones Jr, Secretary & Tre-
asurer Breckenridge. N F. I. A.
F(>H SAl.K BY OWNKR I.atw
tour room modern house, screened
hi.ek pnieh. newly finished n-
side and oul. |os W, Third Street.
F< R SALK Baby be,| and m i*.
I res- Inquire (' A W'.nd, Rout,'I
J, Brei kenridge
WANTED Furnished apartment
Mr. Williams, Piggly Wiggly.
WANTi:D Dressmaking. Mrs W
F. Yarbrough, ttu;i W. Lind-cy.
F'tR SALK HIM Ford Trie l"
A-l Shape. I'ity Motor C.i.
Be^iiunnt SI N1 A\ JANl ARV l.'J, we will remain open on
Sundays to serve you Miin,4 the family and enjoy our
SPECIAL SUNDAY TI RKEY DIXNF R
MRS. GERTRUDE JOH IN SON—C W NE R
minced onion, 1 teaspoon minccd
parsley, '!• cup thinly sliced cel-
ery, 'i dove minced garlic, 1
green cubed pepper, '.4 cup forti-
fied margarine or butter or
chicken fat, '* tea pi ion powdered
thyme, teaspoon powdered
basil, 'j teaspoon salt, 1 cup to-
matoes, 1 cup minced cabbage, Vi
pound macaroni, grated parmesan
or romano cheese.
Wash beans; cover with the cold'
water and let stand overnight.
Bring slowly to boiling point the
next day and simmer 2 to 3 hours
until tender, adding water as the
original amount evaporates in
cooking Saute the onion, par lev.
celery, garlic and green pepper in
the fat. Add to soup kettle. Add
salt, tomatoes, cabbage and maca-
roni. Bring again to boiling and
simmer, covered 30 minutes- Serve
with a'sprinkling of cheese fur
SITUATION WANTED Young
lady wants position a- typist,
bookkeeper, or any type of gene,
ral office work ANo waitress of
saleslady. Phone 1023.
I.OST Fifteen miles N \V tov il
Light tan cocker spaniel, fo'ii
years old \nswers to name 'Coco'
Reward. Phone ltil or write Bo\
NOTICE Try Fuller tooth bi i-
sites. Special Three for !t!tc. Fi-
lar biooms SI lit. Piione ! t)7.
FCiR SALE Five room hmi-
Part cash balance ca*> tern::
Call : i7, Henderson, 20I E. "th.
WANTED (Jood used piatn
('■laud or upright. Mrs. Lawreiuv
I- igg ' 'addo, Texas.
NOTICE Will pay up to $5,(MX)
cash for goiifi house. Five rooms
or more, Jones Music Company.
WANTED Rolarj duplicator.
Letter or legal si/e. Write price
at.d kind lo Box ;K)J.
Ki >R SALE Good Jersey cow an !
call for sale T. L. Penningt >.i
'<)/ E. Lindsey Street.
FOR SALE Service station
compn ssor 3 1 '> cubit' feet
Conico Sctvicc Station
k" f- « ii* &C SC."H v i
I"a,y .ifplicati.it. Pric* fn r to .i h.irj g'ost
linish. .\ii cconomic.il w iv to rcJccer.itc
woodwerli .inJ furniture. IScjutilul colors!
W A I. L I* A P i: ti
101 W. WILLIAMS PHONE 209
LOCAL and long distance mo\
ing. Phone 194 R. V. C «ey, 12fl(
FOR SALE Baby Chicks. Ru;-
F< >R SALE New Electric Irons,
l>'"k Lamps. Belmont Radios.
TJIackstone Washing Machines,
Juice Extractors. Ctian-onl Grilles.
< 'in and two gallon Thermo Jugs.
Radio antenna's, Home deep
r-ci/o Machines CITY MOTOR
' *' iMPANY. Your i tldsmobile D« a-
Because of the current preva-
il v e , f n'hicr./a ,:. 11 ."yv. i,
W.aner Bros, .stars Atidrea Km<
a- I Bob A! ia have to filter their
K.sses with surgical masks m
11 icarsals. For the actual "take,"
• ."lion ik Uuiiiiu til tU*i uoJi.i.
Mi- Eulwink served refreshments
tn the following: M«-sdames E. K
Conlec S A Cottier. Eula BrocK-
maii. J. D Davis. II E Lee, II IV
Furr. L E Eubank. Mi-s Jew el
I'urr. and Mis Paul Chnstenson
no het- mother, Mrs. Envin, a
Mi Annie Yandeli and son.
Sgt Vernon Yandeli of Dallas arc
visiting her mother, Mrs c. It
Farmer and -1-ters Mr* S. E.
(■;,,tries and Mrs Neal I>ull(x-k
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Sgt. Clyde M Fanner !.as cal-
led from San Diego. California
-.tying he has landed and will le
lunne soon as discharged. Having
ri service with file 5th Marine
Division on (Okinawa. Iwo Jima.
, ml Japan Clyde'* home is in Ft,
Worth, but hl« mother, Mr*. C
I .. 11 -id. la-re Also bis
Mi- S E ll'.arle* and
Ml N'i nl Bulli* k
WANTED Ironing 711 W. Elm.
RADIOS We huy, sell, trade or
repair any kind of radio. Jones
NOTICE — For your plumbing
needs call Gandy Plumbing Shop,
Ft iR SALE Union Hill Teacher-
age. Sale held at Union Hill
School Building, at «':30 p. nv, Ja i
17. All interested be piesent.
FASTER RADIO SERVICE We
now have two radio repairman
and can give quick service. Also
pickup and d' liver. Jones Mtnic
FOR SALE 'IKO acres combina-
tion Tarm and ranch. Approxima
fely 150 acres in cultivation, some |
peanut land, >0 acres in timber.
Balance in good grass. Fair farm
house, sheds nleoty water, wells
r.nd tanks, gas and electricity. 1
New net wi-o with cedar posts J
nnd cross I^ncetl. One mile from
Ranger Ci'> limits, just off high-
way. R E llarrell. Phone Ranger
•117 or 9003*F-11
PHONO RECORDS-15c up. She -t ,
music, JONES MIJSIC CO.
Practicr "drfrnnivr'' driving.
Drive mi > u ate prepared C-.r
any cntngem Antii ipatc mis*
takes el other* on streets.
FOR SALE '33 Chevrolet Tudor
O. C. Landers, Apt. No. 31, Col-
WANT TO RENT OR BUY
Modern five or six room home.
Possession necessary. Write E
Tipton, ;i22K University Drive,
I't. Worth, 9, Texas.
DEALER WANTED Big routes
make good living. liOO farm-home
•iioessites-medicincs, spices, foods
etc., well known every county.
For particulars write Rawleigh's
Dept TXA-80-112, Memphis. Tenn
EXCELLENT < >1M'< tRTUNlTY
For a young woman, with know • (
ledge of bookkeeping and typing,
who deAires a permanent po-itimi
with established local firm. Applv
in writing. Drawer X, BtecUen-
.HOW WHAT? .
HOW LONG BEFORE NEW
ti r e s
ARE AS CLOSE TO YOU AS
THE NEAREST FILING STA-
..IT WILL BE..
SEE 1 S For TIRE REPAIRS AND RECAP. AND <JET E.\-
I RA TROUBLE FREE MILES ON THE TIRES YOU Nt AV
carlton tire service
218 W WILLIAMS-
fl 1 II III (' tip N'n IM',_'C,
i ■ : ! I'll-- of A" "'in a w t'l
t tht Odd Fellows tlalT.
Saturday nftertwon from 2 to't p
s very Urgent, and all
nu mtier* and officer* are r. juest.
d to there tin time so as to
's utile io have the Oracle with
r that hour After the busi-
css tiiccldig we wiil practice for
irii11.<t■ r> work for the 17th.
. Ii asc !«• on time
Clara Burton founded the Red
Jolly Roger* is the flag flown
on pirate ships.
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WE NOW HAVE OUR SHOP IN OPERATION WITH A COM
PLETE STOCK OF PARTS AND NEW EQUIPMENT TO
SERVE ALL MAKES OF CARS AND TRUCKS AT POPULAR
LET US CHECK YOUR WHEELS ANO FRONT SYSTEM
FOR BALANCE AND ALLIGNMENT, WE USE NEW BEAR
William Kelley—G. H. McDaniel;
voi r 0ldsm0bile dealer
11S NORTH BRECK EN RIDGE AVE
Now! You Too Can Get These
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ROBERT E. BOWERS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Have Been Moved to L'tta-6
KIKLE HANK SEZ
SOME ARHSTS SAV -fViES'
HAVt ro BE INSP1RE0 TO
PO TViEiR WORK- - Tn'
BEST IKSPlRATlON IS AN'
Now Kcudv For In-
stallation 32 Volt
and 6 Volt Wind-
char per a
We Carrv A Com-
plete Line of Parts
For Your Windchar
ft N'olt Priced S38.2."
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Licensed Electric an
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Hall, Charlie. Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1946, newspaper, January 11, 1946; Breckenridge, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth132494/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.