The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1944 Page: 7 of 8
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• Persons now engaged in essential
industry will not apply without state-
ment ei availability ham their local
United States Employment Service.
This is your opportunity to
get a real job that will make
you up to $100.00 per week.
best of working conditions,
with one of the largest Chevro-
let dealers in the Southwest.
Write, call or see
1917 Ross Avenue Dallas, Texas
with leadership, ability to handle territory
in midwestern area, age 30 to 45, free to de-
vote full time responsible position including
the management, selection and guidance
of a staff of saleswomen. Good salary. Na-
tionally accepted, well-advertised products
backed by 58 years’ merchandising experi-
ence. Write P. O. Box 287, Kansas City,
Mo., stating age, experience, qualifications.
In essential industry which will continue
to operate after the war.
No experience required. Must be able to
pass physical examination.
Apply at one of our plants at Bennett,
Denton or Bridgeport. Texas.
ACME BRICK CO.
For men who can qualify.
Not necessary to leave Dallas.
Apply in person, manufacturing plant.
LONGHORN ROOFING PRODUCTS
Eagle Ford Road - Dallas, Texas.
Ask for Mr. Paul Franks.
Ford dealership with good stock of parts.
Outside of defense area with reasonable
living conditions in a healthful climate.
58-50% basis with permanent employment.
Pioneer Anto Company, Clayton, N. M.
NARCISSUS: Mixture of Jonquils, Cam-
pemeJles and major trumpet Daffodils.
Bulbs, $3.00 per hundred, or $25 per thou-
sand. Prepaid. BUSH BRELAND NURS-
ERY,' 1115 W. Abram, Arlington, Texas.
Well-Equipped Beauty Shop, good location.
Well established business. Priced very rea-
sonable. Personal reasons for selling. Ph.
9333, 8 to 6 weekdays. Bennie Leonard,
I920J/£ 10th Street, Wichita Falls, Texas.
FOR SALE—Old established grocery and
market, 21 years in business, still making
money, complete set of fixtures, will sell
all or any part.
C. W. Winter, Cleburne, Tex. Phone 830.
FOR SALE-MODERN EQUIPPED
3-OPERATOR BEAUTY SHOP
Good clientele, reasonably priced.
LAVENDER BEAUTY SHOP
911 N. Catherine, Phone 42, Terrall, Texas.
SERVICE STATION, Grocery Store and
Living Quarters, all together for sale.
JACK WYNN - Springtown, Texas.
Home Air Conditioning
Home Owners, or Builders: Air-Condition
any home very effectively, install your-
self. Average home $20 00. Details $1.00.
Ateo Enterprises. P. O. Box 844, Reno.Nev,
UNITED STATES army issue surplus used
merchandise at slaughtering prices. 40,000
pairs army used shoes, no ration stamp
needed, best grade $2.15, good grade $1.65.
25.000 army used raincoats, best grade
$2.15, good grade $1.65. 4,000 army used
soft excellent feather pillows, 90c each.
2.000 cotton pillows 65c. Army canteens 40c,
army meskits 40c, army leather gloves 50c,
army cups 25c, army fatigue hats 25c. All
postage prepaid. Send money order. Blank’s
Exchange, 7A1 Ohio. Wichita Falls, Texas.
••WE’RE FOR ROOSEVELT," campaign
song. 10 copies 10c. WILLIS SHAW, 1330
12th St., Des Moines, Iowa.
For Sale—Practically new modern country
home. 6-rm. house, running water, butane
gas. Good servant house, big barn, 50 a.
land fenced with net and barbed wire. Lo-
cated near church, school, village store, on
farm to market road, 6 miles So, of Canton
In Van Zandt Co., Tex. E. N. Sides.
For Sale—One two-story brick building
and two business lots on Main St., and six
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business lots in second block east of Main,
in Spur, Tex. Consider part cash, balance
in trade. OWNER. Box 425, Spur, Texas.
EARN TO $8 DAILY showing guaranteed
dresses to your friends and neighbors.
Fifty-seven-year-old company needs addi-
tional salesladies in many localities. For
information and complete outfit, write
Maisonette Frocks, Box 963, Dallas, Tex.
HOUSEWIVES: ★ ★ ★
Your Waste Kitchen Fate
Are Needed for Explosives
TURN ’EM IN! ★ it ★
HON OF A
Cold Preparations as directed
FOR QUICK RELIEF <
Used by thousand, with satisfactory Fet
auita tor 40 yearn—six valuable ingredi-
ent,. Get Carboil at drug stores or writ*
Spurlock-Neal CO.. Nashvilio, Term.
•o much Manas
OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS
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Dress Up Vegetables,
Serve Warm Dessert
For Cool Weather
Vitamin-rich carrots are hidden in
this lovely pudding along with nu-
tritious cereal. It’s inexpensive,
point-wise and penny-wise when
you’re cooking on a limited food
Lynn Chambers’ Point-Saving
Meat Balls in Mushroom Sauce
•Scalloped Green Beans
Jellied Cabbage Salad
Pecan Rolls Butter
•Apple Crisp Pudding
As the weather becomes cool and
blustery, we must shelve many of
weather food fa-
vorites, but there
are a host of oth-
er good cold
weather recipes to
take their place.
Nothing is quite
so important to a
person’s well be-
ing as a good,
food served piping hot, and during
the cooler months, everything at a
meal may be served hot—soup, en-
tree, vegetables and dessert.
First of all, let’s look into the mat-
ter of substantial vegetable dishes
you can make with home-canned
produce. You probably have green
beans, corn and tomatoes on hand.
Here are ways to dress them up:
Scalloped Green Beans.
2 tablespoons butter
3 tablespoons flour
1 cup milk
V2 cup liquid drained from beans
]/4 cup finely cut cheese
V2 teaspoon salt
Vs teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon prepared mustard
2 cups drained, canned green beans
Vt cup buttered crumbs
Melt butter, add flour and blend
well. Add milk slowly and cook,
stirring constantly until thickened.
Add liquid from beans, mustard (
and cheese. Stir until cheese is
melted. Add salt and pepper. Place j
alternate layers of beans and sauce
in a buttered casserole, and top with
crumbs. Bake in a pre-heated mod-
erate (350-degree) oven for 30 min-
2 cups corn
1 tablespoon chopped onion
3 tablespoons chopped green pepper
2 tablespoons drippings
34 teaspoon salt
Vs teaspoon pepper
3 tablespoons water
Simmer onions and green pepper
in melted drippings for 3 minutes.
Add corn, water and seasonings.
Mix well, cover and cook slowly
about 10 minutes.
Vi cup diced bacon or salt pork
1 cup sliced onions
4 cups canned tomatoes
1 teaspoon salt
Vs teaspoon pepper
4 tablespoons flour
Fry bacon or salt pork until near-
ly crisp. Add onions and cook until
salt and pepper
and simmer for
about 10 minutes.
Mix the flour with
Another hearty vegetable dish is
this one made with potatoes and
Scalloped Potatoes and Onions.
6 medium-sized potatoes
4 tablespoons butter
3 tablespoons flour
1 teaspoon suit
8-12 pearl onions
2 cups milk
Pare and slice potatoes thin, with
fancy cutter or paring knife. Butter
casserole well. Place layer of pota-
toes at bottom of casserole, sprinkle
with 1 tablespoon flour, Vt teaspoon
salt and dot with some butter. Cover
with a layer of onions and repeat
until all potatoes, onion and season-
ings are used. Pour scalded milk
over top and dot with remaining
butter. Bake in a moderate (350-
degree) oven until potatoes and on-
ions are tender.
Hot desserts made with whole
grain cereals add substantial vitgi
mins and minerals to the diet:
Vi cup shortening
1 cup sugar
114 cups grated carrot
H cup whole bran
114 cups flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
14 teaspoon salt
14 cup milk
1 teaspoon lemon extract
Blend together sugar and shorten-
ing until light and fluffy. Add un-
beaten egg yolks,
one at a time,
beating well after
Stir in carrots
and whole bran.
Sift flour, baking
powder and salt
together. Stir into
first mixture al-
milk. Add flavor-
ing and fold in stiffly beaten egg
whites. Turn into greased baking
dish and bake in a moderate oven
(350 degrees) 55-60 minutes. Serve
warm with desired sauce and top
with maraschino cherries.
Tired of serving potatoes the usual
way? Try them scalloped with pearl
onions, golden brown and piping hot
and you have the answer to starchy
vegetable problem of a meal.
of cold water and
stir into the to-
matoes. Cook un-
til thickened. This
may be served as
a sauce over meat, fish, cooked rice
Food Flashes: If a recipe calls
for canned fruit, use stewed dried
fruit if you don’t have the home-
If you need whipped cream to
dress up your favorite dessert,
take top of the bottle milk, chill
it well, combine with one of the
whipped cream mixes and set in
a bowl of cracked ice. Beat well.
Dip scissors in flour before cut-
ting raisins or other dried fruit.
• Make bread pudding of leftover
cake, cookies, and bread. Serve
with meringue, lightly browned to
dress up the pudding, or orange
marmalade, jam or jelly.
Use simple icings for cake or
dust lightly with powdered sugar
put through a lacy paper doily.
This saves sugar!
Apple Crisp Pudding.
4 cups sliced apples
V* cup sugar
V2 teaspoon cloves
>4 teaspoon nutmeg
V* cup honey
Vs cup shortening
Vi cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
114 cups toasted bread cubes
114 cups corn flakes
Mix apples with combined sugar,
spices and honey. Turn into shal-
low baking pan. Blend shortening
a small amount and sugar thoroughly; add eggs and
nf nniri flavoring and beat well. Mix with
bread cubes and corn flakes and
spread over apples. Bake in a mod-
erate oven (375 degrees) 40-45 min-
utes or until apples are tender and
top is browned and crisp.
Peach Rice Pudding.
5 or 6 canned cling peach halves
2 cups cooked rice
?4 cup brown sugar
W teaspoon cinnamon or nutmeg
1 teaspoon butter
Cut canned cling peach halves into
cubelets with scissors to make 114
cups chopped peaches. Alternate
layers of chopped peaches and rice
in an oiled casserole, starting with
rice. Stir spice into brown sugar,
and sprinkle some of mixture over
each layer of rice. Make top layer
rice and dot with bits of butter; cov-
er casserole. Bake in moderate
oven (350 degrees) for 25 minutes.
Serve warm with cream, if desired,
but no sauce or cream is actually
Do you have recipes or entertaining sug-
gestions which you’d like to pass on to
other readers? Send them to Miss Lynn
Chambers, Western Newspaper Union, SIC
South Desplaines Street, Chicago 6, Ills-
Released by Western Kewiaaeer
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Jumper Frock, Simple Blouse
Relief At Last
For Your Cough
Creomulslon relieves promptly be-
cause it goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in-
flamed bronchia] mucous mem-
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
10 have your money back.
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
Trim Morning Frock.
f”\UR idea—and yours too—of
something pretty in a morn-
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lines, so flattering and trim, will
make you look nice and feel com-
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pocket design. You’ll like it in all
cheery cottons qr ginghams.
• • *
Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1242 Is de-
signed for sizes 34, 36, 38, 40. 42. 44. 46
and 48. Size 36 requires 4% yards of 39-
inch material; for trimming, 4 yards of
With Puff Sleeves.
A GAV, pretty little jumper
11 frock which has the easiest,
simplest blouse to make, wear and
launder you’ve ever encountered.
Notice that the “puffs” of the
sleeves and the gathers of the
neckline are just pulled up by
means of a ribbon drawstring.
* * *
Pattern No. 8630 is in sizes 3. 4. 5, 6. 7
and 8 years. Size 4 jumper requires 1 Vs
yards of 39-inch material; blouse. yard.
Due to an unusually large demand and
current war conditions, slightly more time
is required in filling orders for a few of
the most popular pattern numbers.
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Soldier of the Soil
T TICTORY begins with the American
V fanner, working from long before
sunset until long after nightfall. Upon him
falls the burden of feeding the fighting
forces . .. the civilian population . . . and
hungry mouths in war-tom countries.
To the challenge of producing more
food than ever, American soldiers of the
soil have responded with heroic effort.
Despite shortages of help and equipment,
they have established records. They have
contributed mightily towards winning the
Now you are asked to help your fellow-
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money to give men in the armed forces
needed recreation, to give books and
sports equipment to prisoners of war, to
give nerve-shattered men in the merchant
marine a chance to recuperate. To give
unfortunate people abroad and at home
a chance to have life, liberty, and happi-
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The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1944, newspaper, October 26, 1944; Jacksboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth729603/m1/7/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.