The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 49, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 4, 1928 Page: 4 of 8
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OAS8 COUNTY SUN
X B. A. RANviKU W. L. ERVVIN
BJLNGHBS & SOTUT
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
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Mrs. Daniel's Home
Distroyed by Fire.
Fire of uukuown origin dis-
troyed the home of Mrs. 8. S
Daniel here last night at 10:30 L^e weej£ eu(j witb homo folks
School is prngresaiug nicely
with good atteodaoce.
Quite a few from this commu-
nity attended church at Bethel
Saturday night aud Sunday aod
singing Sunday afternoon.
Mr. J. H Strickland and fara
ily moved to Linden last week.
We miss them from our commu
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffcoats attend-
ed the funeral of their niece,
Mrs. Hubert Shaw at Pittsburg
Miss Clarice Boon spent the
week end with her sister, Miss
Faira Boon in the A C. Coyne
home nt Mill Creek
Miss Sallie Kate Viard spentl
o'clock. When discovared the I
whole roof was in flames, and
practically none of her clothing
or household goods were saved.
The loss was partially covered
Union Hill News.
Our Sunday School is progresp-
in? nieely with a large number
piirolled. Kvery one is invited
to be witb us.
Miss Haleyerne Cates and Ea-
telle Moulton were Saturday
night guests of Miss Ruby Pat-
Mr, and Mrs. Guy Bradford, of
Coino, visited her parents T. H.
Cates and wife this week end.
Miss Eva Roberson was Satur-
day night guest of Miss Beatrice
Mr. Bob Cook is on the sick
list, but is reported doing nicely
Miss Myrtis Cates, who is
teaching at BiAius,spent Thanks
giving holidays with her parents
D. B. Cates and wiie.
W. H. Wbittington, who has
been witb'a cancer for some time
was taken to Longview Sunday
for treatment. We hope he im-
Mr. Alvie Cates accompanied
by Floyd Shackelford from Com-
merce, E.T.S T.C., spent Thanks-
giving with his parents, O. L.
Cates and wife.
Mrs. Homer Milnpr and chil-
dren are leaving Wednesday to
join ber husband at Memphis,
Tenn. Sorry to lose them from
our commu nicy.
Gravity, Mill Creek, Almira
Laney visited our school Thurs-
day for the purpose of playing
ball; but on account of the rain
ouly one game was played. Our
junior boys defeated Almira ju-
nior boys 15 to 14.
On account of the unfavorable
weather our box supper was put
off on Thursday night to Friday.
We had a very small crowd, but
excellent order. The amount
made up was $54.42. We sure-
ly thank the ones who took so
much interest in helping us.
Quite a large crowd at the
singing Saturday night at Mr. O.
L. Cates all reported a nice time
and good singing.
Mr Albert Lambert and Miss
Willie Mae Griffin were united
in inarraig6 at the home of the
brides parents, last Thursday
November the 29th Father
O'Bryau, of Texarkaria perform-
ing the ceremony. A big
Thanksgiving dinner was pre-
pared for the occasion.
This >8 a very popular young
couple aud their many friends
join the Sun.in extending con
gratulatious aud best wishes.
Miss Homer Atford spent the
week end witb Miss Annie Faut.
Miss Agnes Dooley spent Sat-
urday night with Miss Gladys
Miss Era Lemraon spent the
week end with home folks at Lo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L Young and
little son, J LJr and Mr, and
Mrs. H. R May from Marshall
were visiting the ladies parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Womack.
Mr. Johu Crossland has the
pneumooia and is reported in a
The Seuior Girls basket ball
team accompanied by the teach
era went to Union Hill Thurs-
day afternoon to play ball but
on account of the rain they did
not get to play.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cates
were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs Otis Fuller.
B. W. M. S.
The B. W. M. S. met in their
regular monthly business session
Opened by singing No. 271.
Scripture reading the 37th
The Secretary being absent
had no minutes.
Treasurer made report.
Sent box to Buckner Orphans
Home valued at $130 00 Caves
Springs sent $25 65 worth aud
Lanier $10 85.
It was voted to pay our part of
our Associational President's ex
penses to the State Convention.
Had reports from different
chairmen, also reports from dif-
Plans were discussed for week
of prayer program.
We are soon to tako up the
study of the Life of Lottie Moon.
Stewartship Chairman made
It was voted to change the
hour of meeting to 2: P. M.
Several bills were presented
and ordered paid
Dismissed in prayer by Mrs.
T B McMichael.
Notice to Local Trustees.
The County School Board will
meet the second Monday in Dec.
the 10th. All trustees having
business with County Board are
iuviteil to meet with them on
that date. W. A. Barber,
Secy, of Board.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our sin-
cere thanks aud appreciation to
every one for the help and kind-
ness during the illness of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Bearden,
R 2y Lindeo, Texas
1 48-lb sack White House Flour
1 2i-lb can White Karo .
7 bars SUNNY MONDAY White Laundry Soap
3 cans 7£ oz. Del Monte Sliced Peaches
3 cans 8 oz. Del Monte Tomato Sauce
1 2-lb package SUN MAID Prunes ? .
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The Christmas Dinner
'It is not the weight of jewel 01 plate
Or the rustle of silk or tur,
But the spirit in which the rjifl is rich
/is the (fifts of the ll'ise Men were.
And we are not told x;*/io.:e gift was gold
Or whose was the gift of myrrh."
7n ID you cvoi
mas dinner in
the light of a
gift to your fa-
mily? And yet
that is what you
act ually offer
them when you
to see to it that
arc not so tired
that they cannot
have the best of
The secret of preparing a Christ-
mas dinner which will be enjoyed
by everyone, yoti included, is to
plan it so that many of the foods
may be prepared beforehand; also
plan to serve one or 'two' dishes
which are unusually attractive look-
ing. Such is the vegetable holly
wreath described below
To make the Christmas appetizer,
toast a circle of bread. Spread
with contents of a can of sardines
mixed with enough creamed butter
to mix them to a smooth paste.
Season with salt, red pepper and
lemon juice. On top put a slice
of hard boiled egg liberally
sprinkled with grated parsley.
Across this put a narrow band of
canned pirrtiento to make the red
and green coloring.
Good Things to Eat
Conr.onnm' with oysters has a
Here's a Christmas dinner which looks prelty, tastes
delicious and yet is not difficult to prepare.
Consomme with Oysters Olives
Roast (jonse Sage Stuffing
Chilled Apple Sauce
Duchess Potatoes Brussels Sprouts and Chestnuts
Vegetable Holly Wreath
Grapefruit and Crape Salad
Salted Nuts Mince Fie Turkish Paste
sprouts and sea-
son to taste. Add
a little liquid
irom the sprout#
And a Holly
much more interesting effect than
plain consomme and yet it is not
really filling. To make it, heat the
consomme from two cans and two
cups of water to boiling Heat a
five ounce can of oysters in their
own liquor, bringing just to the
boiling point Add to the broth,
season witb celery salt and salt to
An unusual combination consists
of Lrussels sprouts and chestnuts,
but it is one which will be acclaimed
with Joy. Drain the liquid from a
nuntber 2 can of Brussels sprouts
(save the liquid for soup) and saitti
the sprouts gently in two table-
spoons of butter for about five min-
utes. Boil one cup of shelled chest-
nuts until tender, remove skins and
saute tnem in two tablespoons of
butter and two teaspoons of sugar
until brown. Combine with
holly wreath i
one of these
dishes which ap
peals to the eye
as well as to the
palate, for its
green and red
make it festive
looking. Heat one can of spin-
ach or beet greens, season with
lemon juice, butter, salt and pepper
to taste. Pack tightly In a greased
ring mold and set in a steamer
to keep hot. Heat one can of tiny
rosebud beets and season with but-
ter, salt and pepper. When ready
to serve, turn the ring mold of
spinach out onto a hot, round, plat-
ter and pile beets in the center.
The salad provides a cool, crisp
favor to contrast with the richness
of the goose end other foods. Drain
and chill one number 2 can of
grapefruit and one cup seeded white
grapes. Make a French dressing
using grapefruit juice instead of
vinegar. Arrange the fruit on let-
tuce hearts and pour over dress-
■ng. Garnish each salad with a
star cut out of pimiento and placed
' * •<'" of pepper.
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Banger, J. E. A. & Erwin, W. L. The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 49, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 4, 1928, newspaper, December 4, 1928; Linden, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341235/m1/4/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Atlanta Public Library.