The Meridian Tribune (Meridian, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1934 Page: 2 of 4
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THE MERIDIAN TRIBUNE
The Meridian Tribune.
THE DUNLAP PRINTING CO., PUBLISHERS
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
Entered at the postoffice in Meridian, Texas,
as second-class mail matter.
Any erroneous reflection upon the character
or standing of any person or- firm appearing
In these columns will be gladly and promptly
corrected upon calling the attention of the
management to the article in question.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE $1.60 PER YEAR
Locals and Personals |
"I know not what the truth may be |
I'll tell it as 'twas told to me."
Sam Lawson and E. M. Hegar were
business visitors in Clifton Tuesday.
S. A. Clark and Dick Gray, of Ham-
ilton, were business visitoi's here yes-
Mrs. G. B. Jones visited iher daugh-
ter, Mrs, F. L. Krizan, in Waco, last
Mrs. Tillie Goodart returned Mon-
day from Dallas where she had been
spending the holidays with Mrs. E. W.
PARDON ME MA'AM,
BUT I LOST MY ARM-
IF I TELL THESE
FOLKS A SAD
,<51VE ME A
FRUIT TREE SALE
Price Sc Each, and Up.
Peaches, Plums, Apples, Pears, Ap-
ricots, Cherries, Figs, Grapes, Pecans,
Japanese Persimmons, Mulberries,
Shade Trees, Hedge Plants, Vines,
Roses, Shrubs, Evergreens, Black-
berries, Dewberries, Strawberries.
Come to Nursery, or send orders for
Parcel Post delivery. J. W. WAL-
DROP, Carlton, Texas. ad32c
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Waldrop re-
turned Wednesday from San Antonio
where they visited Mr and Mrs. Solo-
Bill and Jack Cureton returned to
Austin Monday after spending the
holidays with their parent, Hon. and
Mrs. H. J. Cureton.
R. L. Wiginton, Fred Mitchell and
Miss Hattie D. Alverson, of Itasca,
spent Sunday with friends here. They
were accompanied home by Miss
Irene Dunlap, who had spent the hol-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I. Adams and
son, George, returned home Sunday
to Austin after a week-end visit with
relatives here. They were accom-
panied by Robert Butler, who had
spent the holidays here with his mo-
ther, Mrs. Alma Butler.
FRUITS, BERRIES, PECANS.
Why not raise them yourself? Write
for our list of lowest prices for va-
rieties adapted in various sections.
RAMSEY'S AUSTIN NURSE R Y,
AUSTIN, Texas. advc
EVERGREENS AND ORNAMEN-
TALS, hardy climate-proof, are de-
scribed in our catalogue. Make your
Home Grounds Beautiful. We can
help you. Write for free catalogue.
RAMSEY'S NURSERY, AUSTIN,
See my Nursery Stock and Shrubs
before buying. Mrs. S. H. Cooper.
Brazos River grown and propa-
gated Fruit Trees, Pecan trees, Grape
and Berry vines. All leading varie-
ties. Prices right. Rogers Nursery,
TYPEWRITER niBBONS for Oli-
ver, Remington, Underwood, j-.. C.
Smith, Royal and Underwood Porta-
bles for salel by The Tribune. Regu-
lar 75c-$1.00 ribbon, 50c.
WANTED to Buy small farm near
Meridian. All cash, or to trade good
rental property and rest cash for
larger place. See Mrs. H. D. Wintz
at once, Meridian, Texas. advc
The best programs on the air,
An' no better prices anywhere.
SUGAR, Pure Cane, 22 Lbs. $1.00
FLOUR, Guaranteed $1.49
PALM OLIVE SOAP, Special. 5c
CORN FLAKES, Box 10c
CUP & SAUCER OATS 25c
QT. PEANUT BUTTER, SPcl..21c
PRINCE ALBERT, Can, Spcl. 10c
MATCHES, 6 Boxes 20c
AIR TITE HEATER $175
PAINT, Per Gallon $1-95
OIL STOVE OVEN $1-50
LEATHER GLOVES, Pair. . .50c
RUBBER BOOTS, Pair $2.25
OUTING, Per Yard......... 13c
PRINTS, Fast Color, Yd 12^c
1 am adding New Merchandise
in All Departments—A11 I ask is a
chance to sell you
HARDWARE—Make a Resolution
Now to Save, if possible, on the
Merchandise you buy in 1934. Pay
me a visit——it might mean a sav-
ing to you.
THE ONE 'HOSS' STORE.
Furnished bedroom for rent.
THERE is a wider spread in
winter between the prices of
fresh and canned vegetables
than in summer. So why not
take advantage of the lower
prices of canned foods in com-
parison to fresh and buy more
canned foods in winter than you
do in summer? This offers a sea-,
sonal opportunity to economize.
One good way to do this is to
combine fresh and canned vege-
tables in the same dish. They
go perfectly well together as you
will find out if you try one of the
Maslied Mixed Vegetables: Sim-
mer the contents of an 11-ounce
can diced carrots for a few min-
utes, and drain. Boil five medium
potatoes, and drain. Cut three
medium onions in dice, boil and
drain. Combine the three hot
vegetables, mash thoroughly, sea-
son with salt, pepper, two table-
spoons butter and two or three
tablespoons cream, or enough to
moisten. Beat fluffy with a fork,
and serve hot. Serves eight.
An Appetizing Dish
Mixed Vegetable Appetizer:
Chill separately the contents of
an 8-ounce can diced carrots, an
8-ounce can diced beets, one-third
cup diced celery, and one-third
cup diced cucumber; drain off
any juice and toss lightly to-
gether. Fill small cocktail glass-
es or cup-shaped lettuce leaves
with this mixture. Beat one-half
cup cream, add one-half cup chili
sauce, one tablespoon mayonnaise,
one tablespoon capers and a few
grains of salt. Have very cold.
Pile this sauce on top of vege-
tables. Serves eight.
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Services at the Methodist Church.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship at 11 a. m.
Young People's Vesper Services at
6:15 p. m.
The Missionary Society will meet
Monday at 3 p. m. Bible school Wed-
nesday at 7 p. m.
The Young Adult Class will foe or-
ganized Sunday. We had a good
class present last Sunday but we are
expecting a greater number this Sun-
day. Come on, get into this new
class at the beginning of this New
A. C. Crabtree will make a talk in
the interest of the church just be-
fore the preaching services at 7 p.m.
We are enjoying' the talks of our lay-
men. Why not let the laymen of the
church have some say in the work of
Listen in, Brother:
A religion that costs nothing, that
gives nothing, that does nothing, that
suffers nothing, is worth nothing.
A plant may be born a weed but it
may not remain one.—Burbank.
Live sinlessly, God is close by. The
church does not seek to bring Christ
down to the level of men, but to lift
men up to the level of Christ.
Go to church next Sunday, it will
give you a great start in the New
Year, in body, mind and spirit.
If you have tried to do something
and failed, you are vastly better off
than if you had tried to do nothing
If the world laugh at you, don't
worry, laugh right back at it. It is
just as funny as you are.
A sinner never can be an ultimate
DAVID IRVIN, Pastor.
Semi-Weekly Farm News
with The Tribune
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SEMI-WEEKLY FARM NEWS 1.00
THIS OFFER SAVES YOU 70c
Sweet Sauces for Winter Meats
By Jane Rogers
THE signs of approaching winter
are unmistakable. Leaves are
turning: shop windows are full of
fall colors: and we housewives are
bringing home more meat from
market, particularly roasts. It is
good, after a summer of light fare,
to get back to sturdy, savory roasts
and the delicacies that go with
them. For we must not forget that
good meat deserves a sauce suited
to its own individual character.
A sweet sauce is particularly ap-
propriate to some meats, adding
piquancy and through the sugar
used to make it a dash of that
quick energy which is so welcome
on cooler days. We must not for-
get that sugar is nature's greatest
energy food and its use wherever
possible in the preparation of foods
adds just that much additional food
value to the dish. 1
Here are three sauces which we
should have at our fingertips:
Mint Sauce (for Lamb)
'/« cup finely chopped mint leaves
1 tablespoon powdered sugar
Va cup vinegar
Dissolve sugar in vinegar. Pour
over mint leaves and let stand 30
minutes in warm place. If vinegar
is strong, dilute with water.
Raisin Sauce (for Ham)
1 cup sugar 1 tablespoon Wor-
Va cup water cestershire sauce
1 cup raisins Vi teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons butter V teaspoon pepper
3 tablespoons vinegar V« teaspoon clove
1 glass fruit jeUy
Cook sugar and water 5 minutes.
Add other ingredients and cook un-
til jelly dissolves.
Orange Sauce (for Duck)
6 tablespoon currant jelly
3 tablespoons sugar
grated rind of 2 oranges
2 tablespoons orange Juice
2 tablespoons lemon juice
V* teaspoon salt
dash of cayenne
Put first three ingredients in
bowl and beat 5 minutes. Add re-
maining ingredients and stir until
well blended. Two tablespoons of
cooking port may be added.
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The Meridian Tribune (Meridian, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1934, newspaper, January 5, 1934; Meridian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth357277/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Meridian Public Library.