Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 61, Ed. 1 Monday, June 13, 1932 Page: 2 of 4
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EX-KAISER’S SON IN
LD I Sweetbreads
H« concluded that tha chill first
temoon (except Saturdays) and Sunday
iikcrs Printing Company, Yoakum, Texas
body, causing a hardening of the
Told further him an effect on
the Internal organ* of th* body,
particularly (he kidneys, urinary
bladder and Intestines.
fold, too, apparently diminishes
the resistance of the body to
When the chilling is mild, the
hardening of the tissues may be
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when color and
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perhaps at any otiier time of the
year! This recipe provides the
MA 8. MORGAN, Editor, Res. Phons 66I-W...
HE WILMA HASS, Society Editor...............
A POTH, Advertising Manager.................
D MBI8TKR, Manager*Owner, Res. Phons 674
CHILLS AND DISEASES
That chilling the body rtmy lead
to the development of il disease
March 26, 1917, at Yoakum, Texas, as Second Class Matter,
nan for a tong nine been a popular
overcome by heat, if, on the outer
Under the Act of CoB>r»u of March I. 1676
hand, It In carried to an extreme,
convict Inn cxmn-bncntitllv demon
death may rcnult.
An ft preventive of disease that
might result from chilling, “tough*
enlng” I ho body to cold by n grad-
ually Increased exposure such ns
In practiced In the outdoor treat*
ment of tuberculosis In recommend*
In acute exposure to cold, ths
application of Internal heat, by
means of mnnnnge, passive exor*
due and hot beverages, are ad*
('lulls arc not confined to tho
winter alone. An overheated per-
son who plunges Into cold water
or a bather who remains In ths
water too long may suffer ns much
of a chill as ft hudly clad Individ*
mil who ^braves a frosty day.
at rated time and again. But little
has been known of the mechanism
of thA effect of a chill.
At a recent annual meeting of
the Institute of Hygiene In \m-
slerdaiu, the consensus seemed to
bn that subjecting the body to
quick changes of temperature pre-
disposes It to the development of
certain respiratory diseases.
Professor Hehnde, of tho Kiel In-
stitute, imported on a study of dlf-
1 Year in advance $5.00; 1 Month 60c
...........1 Year $1.60; $ Months 76c
value ami flavor of the peas are
used. And !h:%t Is a process, as
you probably know, not possible
with any other form of milk. A
i very dainty coal of crumlm on the
sweetbreads eontrlbules to secur-
ing every bit of llielr flavor mid as-
sures their being properly cooked.
In these days, there Is no luxury
at nil about any of the Ingredients.
Here Is something that several
years ago was found almost only
on expensive hotel menus. Now It
can appear on your table In Just as
Intrnnclng a fashion.
Sweetbrssdt and Crsamtd Peas
l pslr sweetbreads I tbsp. floor
Evaporated milk 4 tsp. salt
Cracker crumbs fl>w kihIiis pep-
t No. ! ran sweet per
wrinkled peas 1 cup liquor
or 2 cups fresh- drained from
1y cooked peas pens
IH tbsp. butter 1 cup evap-
Parboil sweetbreads In boiling
water to which 1 tablespoon of vin-
egar has been added. Remove mem*
braiie and separate sections. Dip In
undiluted evaporated milk, and
crumps which have bse*i seasoned
with salt and pepper, and brown
■lowly In butter Molt butter
blend In Hour and salt and when
smooth and bubbling, gradually add
the liquor drained from pens. Stir-
ring constantly, boll until mixture
begins to thicken, then add milk
ami continue cooking over hot wa-
ter h minutes longeg Add drained
peas to sauce. Whyn peas are
heated through, serve on rounds of
toasted bread with sweetbreads.
Yield: (I servings.
In the opinion of tho experimental
kitchen from which the recipe was
received, you don't know sweet-
breads if you haven’t tried this
by JANK ABBOTT,
glance, In a man’s straight-lined
flannel dressing robe and soft heel
less leather sllppcia on bare feet,
"I'd vowed I wasn't going to let
anyone In tonight,’’ Him was saying
when she saw Kitty.
"It’s Mrs. Gurflcld," David ex-
Dorcas caught Kitty’s elbow and
drew her Into the room, "I’m glad
to know you." Her tone made Kit-
ty feci that she was glad. "You’ll
eat with me, won’t you? You’ve
had dinner? Well, some coffee,
anyway. David enn tell you that
my coffee Is Just a little better
than the best ever made. David-—
chairs and tilings.”
It was a long room of soft light
and color and Inviting comfort.
The aval ot tamales was spread
at one corner of an old refectory
table set In an alcove. Close to It
was n chest of the same fine old
polished wood; from shelves hang-
It was a chest of tho same fine
old polished wood; from shelves
hanging over It David was taking
down cups as Dorcas directed. And
Into the cups, delicate old Spode
i ups over which at any other time
Kitty ailglit have wondered, Dorcas
poured coffee from a squatty silver
coffee pot so like Grandmother
Brandon’s coffee pot at home that
Kitty had an Irrcslstable desire to
put out her hand and caress It.
A grea relief hud lightened the
terror which lmd gripped her he Ills fire kinoted, David had
low stalr« She wished she could drawn two ch ills up to it. Dorcas
give David some sign to tell him pushed Kitty into one and took
that she tiked ivirens. It v\as just the other. David sat down on a
that, at once. Wondering that this cushion on the floor, Ills long logs
could be po sh» i.pprulsed Dorcas, drawn to his chin, Just as he had
I i llttl < shyly. From all claims of sot in Ids father’s library.
| prettiness D-d cos feil short, for "I call this bliss
pier nose was too bioud, lie*- mouth world go by," And Dorcas stretch
too wide her l-ody was cnrveless cd her small, slippered feet tow
.Mid flat like :i hoy’s, her should- ord the Iduxa, "It’s been
RYNODNIK: Tho future looks
empty and terrifying to Kitty Frew,
when she runs away from her bus
band, Gar, and asks Ills half-
brother David to help tier decide
what to do. Brought up to take
marriage seriously, Kitty can’t ad-
just herself to Gar’s constant round
of good times, to his lack of uny
responsibility about finding a Job.
Hhe lias been stnylng with Gar
and his father and mother, but has
begged for an apartment where
eh© and Oar could be alone. Over-
beorlng a conversation, she realist
«* that Mrs. Frew Is trying to
make Gar dissatisfied with bis
marriage, and tells him that she
won’t stay with him while his
mother Is buying him. David Frew
bos had a disagreement with his
family, and understands Mrs. Frew’s
domination of Gar. He takes Kitty
to Dorcas Taber, whom be calls a
•Idoctor of souls.” Kitty dreads the
Satervlew, but wants Dorcas’ ad-
dltNiKii Pr»M Pbot*
ferent forms of Illness resulting
from chill In German soldiers In
active service during |91fl and 1917.
He found tjia-t the combined ac-
tion of cold, moisture and wind re-
sulting In the disturbance In the
normal balance between the heat
gained in the tissues and the heat
Prince August Wilhelm, son cf the sx-kalssr of Germany, le shown
(center) as he entered the Prueelen diet In Berlin at the opening
session. He represents the national socialists, or Nails, In the diet.
understanding that helped Kitty
over the things she could no1 say.
And when she hail finished Dor-
cas did not answer for a few mo-
ments, ns if khe wore weighing
what Kitty had told her.
(Copyright, Jane Abbott)
stairs. Mrs. Drlnkwater’s going face, Interpreted the Involuntary
back to her home town- she’s go- movement of her hand toward him
tug to open a beauty parlor there." Ho stopped abruptly half-way It
There was evidently much funny |„ careless retort to something Dor
about Mrs. Drtnkwntor’s venture. |lu,\ said.
David and Dorcas talked It over "1 suppose you’ve guessed, Dor
and laughed over It. And Kitty, ens, that we’ve come to you foi
not knowing what they were talk advice. Kitty’s declared an ultima
Ing about, yielded to the cheer of turn. It needs some thinking out.’
tho fire ,to the apartness of this Dorcas merely Inclined her head
loom. Now she was more aware of But when David started to speak
the room Itself, of the fine lines of she stopped him.
the old secretary’ against the forth- "Suppose you run along home,
er wall, the prints hanging on David. Kitty and I can get thing*
each side of It, the old silver can- stralghter If you leave us alone.’
dlestlcks on the narrow mantel To Kitty: "You’ll stay with mo to-
over the fireplace. \ curious home night? I’ve everything you’ll want
for this girl In the old flannel —even to a toothbrush."
robe and yet she seemed not In* David glanced qnestlonlngly at
congruous In It. Kitty and Kitty confirmed lbs dts-
A doctor of seuls—David had missal with a little smile Intended
called Dorcas Taber that. This to? show him that she was not
Emil Schollbig, Mrs. DrinUwater— afraid, now.
had she doctored them? David? It was easier to tell Dorcas than
David seemed different now, young- It had been to tell David—there
or- there was a more vital look was In her listening a quality ot
A MAMMOTH COW
George W. Saunders, a live4
stock commission man of San An*
tonlo, recently shipped to L. It.
Maulsby, Des Moines, Iowa, a cow
that weighed 3280 pounds. The
cow Is a Brahma-Jersey cross. Bho
was purchased from Frank Hei*
man of Gonsales county .
A new environment claim* Kitty
tomorrow, whiie she waits—(or Gar
to oome to her.
MONEY IN THE BANK
inspires the courage and self-confidence to “go ahead.”
Establish a banking relationship with us and enjoy
every modern commercial banking facility.
SYMPATHY AND A
•‘Hurry- I have tamales left!" Ii
was n throaty, low, level voice.
In liar shrinking Klty had Im-
agined herself baring the unhappy
details of her story to a master-
ful woman, calloused by social
•endec, and here In the lighted
doorway j stood a girl no larger
than herself, no older at first
FIRST STATE BANK
(Conservative Banking Insures Permanent Prosperity)
NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER ORDER OF SALE
The State of Texas
County of Lavaca,
ltY VIRTUE OK AN ORDER OF
HALE Issued nut ei the District
Court of I-ovacu County, Texas, on)
a judgment render, d in said Cooitj
on the 17th day m March. \. U
1922. In favoi ot W \ Carnes,
plaintiff, and against Ida Jaresh 1
and J. J. Jaresh, defendants, In
the case of \V. \. Carnes vs. Ida
.Jaresh, et a I, No. 97,'>7, hi said
Court, 1 did, on the 25th da\
May. A. D. 1982. at three o’d
p. m., levy upon the follow
described trayl and parcel of Ii
situated h\ the County of Lnv
and State of Texas, as the proper- j
ty of the said defendants, Ida
Jaresh and J. J. ,1an sh. to wit: |
Lying and being situated In the
County -of l.avaea. and State of
Texas, a part of the Joseph Hall (
purvey, and more particularly a
part of the 200 nercs of land do-1
scribed In a deed of conveyance
from Sophia M Peters b> Lawrence J
Jaresh and J. G. l’eters by Deed j
of date March 21, D»99. of record
tn Vol. 30, on pnu< * 302 803. Deed
• i - sipi e and Icon. Hut Kitty day, David." lint she said It gnyly,
did not **tnuout any such feu-1 as 'f its stuptdnesa only made this
jtnres; she in* trying to put Into | moment of ease the more plena-
detlntt Ion the enafleetedncss of] ant "Carruthers was on his head,
f Hu oilier, the fetluijhtncss that all day. Raging. I spent three hours
was smooth ».duty and friendly, ! \* Ith that Austrian singer what’s-
the directness of speech and man , her name and got about enough
tier that won Instant liking. i out of II to fill three lines—she's
Dorcas had made no apologies that sort."
foi her dress, and the flannel robe "Dorcas does the special fe.v
seen In a Uilk l.ght was faded tores for the Times," David ex-
fmm much windi ng and ragged plained to Kitty."
about the cuffr. And she had "Humph—he makes It sound like
shown no curiosity ever the un something," Dorcas retorted. "I'm
usualness of Ki'tyV coming, with supposed to be a human ferret."
David, at thU hour. Then suddenly she sat alert. "But,
When they In.shed their coffee oh, David—Emil Scholllng’s got a
she to’d David to build up a fire, contract with YVZAW. He’s tearful.
There !• a Woodstock Modol
for every typing need—•cor-
respondence, oilllng* address-
ing. routine form writing,
etc. There Is a Woodstock
Type Face to suit every per-
sonal preference and writing
Th« Growing Preference for WOODSTOCK
I II ----i* earned by aeif
THIS CURIOUS WORLD
surveyed fer the T«wreoee Jaresh
Rotate. and being nlso a part of
fhk aforesaid 200 ncrc tract;
If we were to tell you the whole truth about the
>uperiu«4ty ot the
THENCE with the west line
v ho sw o*ri
the said 200 acre tract ti. 4). deg.Jj
*0 mtg. K. 872* vrs, to a post set,,
for the R. W. corner of- the said
acre tract; ;
•* “THENCF. with the south line of ,
aa\4 200 acre tract N. 8$H ***• F*
,665t vrs. to a post set l* the west ;
margin of another lane, for the »• ,
R. corner of this; , , |
TRfeNCE with the west margin
U only one, way to atell th* fwwtitnek
itiuut 'an yotir own work. ThdtVth* Mitt tafct.
(f «w cgn prow* to you thmt tH• I^oottsfocfc urill
<l) Write m neater Isttervwwglgr end Sit.legs,snot ,: ,
(X) lnereoos the otteieney of yswrg|wslsi>2 to 8%
<S> ambRUt serviee ot less «
(4) That among Mg naHttMi stghitfto swing
mo vOtsKf ■-
stake set. In same
definitely toward Woodstoek—
—if we chn prove all of tht’M y«ki want to know about
it. don’t you? To be fair to yourself ami your huofaeoe. you want to
know about it.
Will you. therefore, write or telephone and tell us when It will be
convenient for you to have our rapsuaentativc call?
Ion, for cash,
mining ip o
” -e\ uthfrovR a fldj • oiBh# , ... wt 4-
hyopr honored Rtx nnd *3-100 Dol-
Ijhrs, ($t«ha22>. besides six percent
interest thereon per annum from
bggtt date of said judgment, and
$66.66 Croats of suR. all the right,
t}tl« and Interest of sstd Tda ,Taresh.
end J. J. Jaresh. in and to said
t PATtsfl AT H ALLETTBVILT.E.
Texas, this 26th day of May. A. D.
Hr!' hhotriff, tJivaca County, Texas
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