The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, May 16, 1930 Page: 3 of 10
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fSl SCHULBNBtJHO SUCKER, SCHULENBU10, TEXAS MAY 18,103d
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Look at These Amazing Prices
30x3 Pathfinder $ 4.89 30x3 1-2 Path. reg.
30x3 1 -2 Path. O. S. 5.25 30x3 1 -2 Path. s. s.
3!x4 Path. s. s. - 9.10 32x4 Path. s. s.
33x4 Path. s. s. - 10.45 32x4 1-2 Path. s. s.
29x4.40 Path. Balloon 5.98
30x3 1-2 Speedway Tires
Here, too!==More people ride on
Than on any other kind
ask us to prove why
Trade in Your Old Tires,
We'll Buy 'Em.
It dresses up your car!
See the STUNNING new Goodyear
HEAVY DUTY before you buy tires
You'll be proud of these strikingly handsome new Goodyears,with
their deep-cut, extra-thick Al! Weather Treads, the outer blocks
of which, prism down into silver striped sidewalls.
Built for extra mileage, extra road protection, with a 6-ply carcass
of patented, shock-absorbing SUPER-TWIST CORD. Only
the price is ordinary. Come in and see them!
Carefully Mounted, Guaranteed for Life,
Backed by Our Year Round Service
Helmcamp Tire & Rubber Co
Phone 167 Schulenburg, Texas I
R. M. Stavinoha, Engle Gabe Warren, Schulenburg. R. R |
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LE0LA SEAS'TR'JNK !|| CENTRAL POWER'+J
SAN ANTONIO,TEXAS I LIGHT COMPANY
EI "" ■ I DAN AVN!UlNIU,ILAflb I UGnI COM^AN
Tbis article is written with the
avowed intention of putting ideas
into the heads of those boys and
girls who have reached the dish
It has been proved by bacteri-
ological examination that dishes
thoroughly washed in hot, soapy
water, Dlaced in a rack, rinsed
witb boiling water and allowed
to dry are freer from germs than
dishes dried with a dish towel.
This is easily understood be-
i cause when dishes are dried
with a dish towel, plate after
plate is washed with a "lick-and-
promise- motion", the dish towel
acting as a transferer of germs
from one dish to another.
Dishes will not streak if they
are rinsed twice with boiling
Lamb Cakes with Currant J ?lly
Riced Potatoes Mustard Greens
Molded Cucumber Salad
Corn Bread Sticks Butter
Lamb Cakes With Currant Jelly
Run through the meat chop5
per two pounds of breast of
lamb* beiug careful not to have
too much fat; add one teaspoon
of salt, one-fourth a teaspoon of
pepper and one third a cup of
cold water. (This water |is
added to take the place iof the
liquid lost in chopping the meat.)
Shape into cakes and pan fry in
a hot pan two minutes on each
side, reduce heat and cook slow-
ly twenty minutes,turning twice.
Melt one cup of currant jelly,
boil one minute and pour around
meat cakes arranged on a hot
platter. Garnish with parsley.
Boil potatoes in jackets until
tender. Remove skins and press
through a potato ricer or fruit
press. Season with salt and bits
Cook mustard greens in boil-
ing salted water with a piece of
salt pork. When greens are al-
most done add about ene table-
spoon sugar. This takes away
the bitter taste objectionable to
so many people.
Molded Cueumber Salad
2 C grated cucumber, 2 t cold
water, 6 halves of walnut meats,
salt and paprika, 2 T vinegar,
Mayonnaise, 1 Toil, 1 t gelatin,
Peel cucumbers, removing
most of the white as well as the
green skin. Grate enough to give
two cups and season with salt,
paparika, vinegar and oil. Add
gelatin mixed with cold water.
Place over the fire until warm
and well mixed. Do not boil. In
the bottom of ad individual mold
put a half kernel of walnut, then
pour in the cucumber mixture
and when it has cooled, chill.
When ready to serve, turn each
mold onto a nest of young let-
tuce leaves and add a spoonful
Corn Bread Sticks
1 C corn meal 1 T sugar
Vz C bread flour 1 C sweet milk
Vi t salt 2 T melted shortening
2 t bkg. powder 1 egg
Sift dry ingredients together,
add enough milk to make a pour
batter. Add melted shortening
and slightly beaten egg, Bake
in corn stiek pans in a very hojt
Vi lb prunes %'C sugar
Whites 4 eggs M T lemon juice
After prunes have been soak-
ed in cold water for several
hours they should be cooked
slowiy in the same water until
quite soft. Romove stones and
press the pulp through a strain-
er, then add one-third cup of
sugar and cook for about five
minutes, or until the mixture is
the consistency of marmalade.
Set aside to cool.Beat the whites
of eggs until stiff and when the
pi une mixture is cold, add it
along with the lemon juice gra-
dually to the egg whites, being
careful uot to break down the
air bubbles. Pile lightly on but-
tered baking dish and bake
about 20 minutes in a slow oven.
This is delicious served witn
whipped cream or a eustard
Cars Quickly Greased All Round With
EXTRA HIGH PATENT
QUALITY! MII_L.S, Austin, Texas
Also Manufacturers Of
White Dome Family Patent Flour
CALL FOR SNOW BALL OR WHITE DOME
FLOUR ON YOUR NEXT ORDER AND BE
Sold and Distributed By
I75g - GEORGE ~
YoutH Is Q*
R. A. WOU3
JULIUS SCHWARTZ AN!
sGUS RUSSEK, Cashier;
FRED EBELING, Book-keei
R. A. WOLTERS, JULIUS Si
RUSSEK, E. R. VOGT, DR]
Your - Busi
Cut your flour bill down
Use one-fourth ALLISON
your wheat Flour* It costs
and goes further than the all wi
tack from your groeer today and
ponnda up. Made oniy
The Schulenburg O
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Lumber, Sash, Doors, brick. Lime,
Cement, Hardware, Paints, Oils, .
Furniture and Undertaking.
Z/ieal-Gstate jCoans and
Vendors Lien Notes Bought and Soldj
Only Conservative andle^itl- j
mate investments cons!
I own the secureties which
I offer for sale.
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The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, May 16, 1930, newspaper, May 16, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth437505/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.