The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 278, Ed. 1 Friday, November 22, 1946 Page: 3 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
ENNIS DAILY NEWS, ENNIS, ELLIS COtMlj "TEXAS FRIDAY EVENING^ NOV.'W, ’ l94G:'
Frankfurter-Green Bean Casserole
Although more meat is available
today, Mrs. Housewife can continue
to make good use of the meats she
relied on during; the period of
scarcity. There are a number of
these which offer many opportuni-
ties for variety and at the same time
are easy on the budget.
The meats pictured above are ex-
cellent examples. Most housewives Cut 1 pourad liver in 1" x %"
include them in their family meals,) strips. Cook iiji 4 tablespoons lard or
but more often than not the ways in ! dripping’s 5 ’.minutes. Add 1 cup
which they are served are very lim- sliced celery, ( 1 cup sliced onions,
ited. [Cook 5 minutes. Add 1 can Chinese\
As a matter of fact there are.al-j yegeta^les a4cl ^dd and 4 tea-
ndless possibilities for usine ?P°ons soy sau\ce. onnmer until meat
is thoroughly looked, about Vs hour.
Combine J) pound hamburger, 2
cups coarsely grated unpeeled po-
tato, Vi cup [grated onion, 1% tea-
spoons salt a*td 14 teaspoon pepper.
Mix well. Shape into 8 patties and
broil or panblroil slowly until done.
Lived* Chop Suey
Cut 1 point
most endless possibilities for using
these meats in preparing dishes that
are different. A few suggestions are
Meat Cups — Creamed Potatoes
Combine 1 pound ground beef, 14
cup dry bread crumbs, Vs cup milk,
1 teaspoon salt and Vs teaspoon pep-
per. Line ungreased muffin pans with
meat mixture to a thickness of 14-
inch. Fill with creamed potatoes and
bake in a slow oven 45 minutes.
Meat and Potato Roll
Combine 114 pounds ground meat,
14 cup cracker crumbs, 1 egg, %
cup milk and % teaspoon pepper.
Spread on waxed paper to 14-inch
thickness, making a rectangle about
C x 10 inches. Spread with 2 cups
mashed potatoes (use sweet pota-
toes if meat is pork). Roll like a jelly
roll. Place in roasting pan and bake
114 hours in a moderate oven.
Season, thicker. Serve over hot rice.
Liver -Spoon Cakes
Cook 1 poured sliced liver in 1 ta-
blespoon drippings in frying-pan
about 5 minutes. Grind liver; add 1
teaspoon salt, j Vs teaspoon peppery
and 2 eggs, w'ell beaten. Mix well.
Drop by tablespoonfuls into hot
shallow lard or drippings. Brown
well on both sieves.
Cook 114 pounds sliced liver in 2
tablespoons drippings 5 minutes.
-Grind liver. Combine with 1 cup
bread crumbs, |4 cup milk, juice of
14 lemon, 2 tablespoons tomato cat-
sup, Vs cup pork sausage, Vs tea-
spoon paprika, small onion, finely
chopped, 1 egg, beaten, 1 teaspoon
salt, and 14 teaspoon pepper. Mix
well. Turn into! a loaf pan lined with
bacon. Place bacon strips on top.
Bake in moderate oven, 1 hour.
Slice 1 pound frankfurters in 14-
inch pieces. Brown frankfurters and
cup diced onion in 1 tablespoon
lard or drippings. Add 1 teaspoon
salt, 1 teaspoon allspice, Vs teaspoon
cloves, Vs teaspoon pepper, 114, cups
tomato juice and 3 cups cooked spa-
ghetti. Simmer until thickened.
Brown Vs pound whole frankfurters.
Serve around spaghetti.
Frankfurter — Green Bean
Slice 1 pound frankfurters, 14-
inch thick. Brown in 3 tablespoons
drippings. Stir 5 tablespoons flour
into drippings, add 2 cups milk and
1 teaspoon salt. Cook until thick-
ened. Add 1 tablespoon Worcester-
shire sauce, 14 cup grated cheese
and 2 cups green beans. Combine
with frankfurters. Bake in moder-
ate oven 40 minutes.
Arrange 114 pounds frankfurters
in shallow pan. Pour Barbecue
Sauce over’' them. Bake uncovered
for 30 minutes in a moderate oven.
To make Barbecue Sauce: Brown
1 medium onion, chopped, in 2 ta-
blespoons margarine or butter. Add
2 tablespoons vinegar, 2 tablespoons
brown sugai*, 4 tablespoons lemon
juice, 1 cup catsup, 3 tablespoons
Worcestershire sauce, 14 tablespoon
prepared mustard, Vs cup water, 14
cup chopped celery, salt and red pep-
per, Simmer 30 minutes.
Carol Ann Mobley
Presented in , f i
Mrs. Ethel Eisner presented Car-
ol Ann Mobley in a piano recital
at her studio Thursday evening.
Carol Ann played the following [
“Vale of Song”—Rolse
“■On the Ice at Sweet Briar”—
“Parade of the Wooden Soldiers”
Mrs. Fisher was at the second
L. M. Penrod, Sr., who is in
Baylor Hospital) in Dallas, contin-
ues to improve.
Sunday, November 24
Initiation for Knights of Colum-
bus, and banquet at KJT Hall at
6:30 p.m. Open to public.
Monday, November 25
7:30 p.m. Annual roll Call of
Knights of Pythias at local Castle
E-all. Calvin Turner, c.C.
Just received shipment of
both black and brown
solid colors and
red and blue
113 North Dallas St.
Tuesday, November 26
12 o’clock noon Business and
Professional Women’s Club. Mrs.
•Sally Witty president presiding. T.
P. and L assembly room.
Wednesday, November 27
12 o’clock noon. Lions Club. Joe
Hawkins, president. T. P. & L.
Thursday, November 28
12 o’clock noon. Kiwanis Club.
Rev. S. T. Francis, president. T.
P. & L Assembly Room
Mrs. Earl Waller
Mr. and Mrs C. J. Seeley enter-
tained on Thursday evening at
their home with a buffet supper
honoring their daughter, Mrs. Earl
Dean Waller in celebration of her
Thpse attending were ,S:-Sgt. and
Mrs. Earl Dean Waller and son,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith, Jr.,
Mrs. Fred Kelly, Mr and Mrs.
Bobby Young, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Reed and daughter, Mrs. Edna
Earle Smith and Mr. and Mrs. C.
Sunday, Nov. 24th
Gobbler to be given away
Mrs. R. H. Bush and Mrs. Ches-
ter Johnson attended the final
meeting of the Red Cross Camp
and Hospital service which was
held in McCloskey Hospital Thurs-
VERNON MOORE had a huge
sack of apples this morning . . .
ho was taking them to J. H. EV-
ANS, who would pass them out
for Thanksgiving . . . these ap-
ples were grown on the Philmont,
N. M., Boy Sco.*l rapeh, which
covers 127,000 acres- of land . . .
the crop was damaged by a hail
storm, and so apples are being
sent -to each Boy Scout District . .
VERNON received some for his
own use, and he passed them a-
round in the office . . . Happen
ings about town today: A. D. WAL-
TERS walking past our office . .
W. C. GRANT in town in the car
. JEANNE HARKINS stopping
by. a drug store . . . MRS. O. A.
GRANT in town before noon . . .
MRS;. L. G. SHAW walking down
the Street . . . W. A. McDANIEL
parking his car . . MRS. HARRY
TOLAR doing some shopping . .
C. J. SEELY out of the store'' for
a few minutes this morning .
ORCHIDS FOR TODAY go to
ROY BRITTAIN who is celebrat-
ing his birthday . . KAY LYNN
CHRISTIAN, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Christian, who is
celebrating her 3rd birthday . .
BILLY QUINN who is celebrating
his birthday . . MRS. W. J..SAM-
UEL who is celebrating her birth-
day . .
SPECIAL ORCHIDS go to MR.
and MRS. L. J. ZABOJNIK who
are celebrating their 8th wedding
anniversary . . MR1, and MRS.
WILLIE E. HASKOVEC who are
celebrating their 22nd wedding an-
Gwendolyn Barnett accompanied
by Ann Glaspy.
Honduras—Beverly Tolar. *
Salvador—Billie Joe Peel. -
Costa Rica—Neil Duncari.
“La Golondrina”—Ann Glaspy.
V enzuela—Gwendolyn Earpett.
Peru—Joan Claire Ledbetter.
“The Donkey Serenade”—Adelle
Sonka, accompanied by Ann Glas-
Haiti—Joan Claire Ledbetter.
Dominican Republic—Joann' Gil-
more. I ,f jr***r
After the program the girls
'served delicious pralines made by
Mrs. J. F. Gardner.
A daughter, born Thursday night
at the Municipal Hospital, to Mr.
and Mrs. Fred L. Wilson.
FOR SALE: Nice fat hens; $2
dressed. Phone 5.
Mrs. Thomas Gibbons of Spring-
field, Mass., spent the day in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rook-
er. She is on her way to -San An-
gelo, Texas to visit her daughter,
Lt. Rita Gibbons who was recruit-
ing officer for the WAC out of
Dallas and recruited in Ennis.
FOr RENT: Unfurnished rooms.
WHY SET UP NIGHTS
DOE TO KIDNEYS?
FLUSH THEM OUT THIS DOCTOR’S WAY
® If you get up nights—have frequent de-
sire to pass your water—but have only
scanty passages—yes, and have backache,
due to excess acidity in the urine, be glad
you’re reading this:
Three generations ago Dr. Kilmer, a
famous doctor, found hundreds of his
patients with this trouble. Painstakingly
he made a medicine of 16 herbs, roots,
vegetables, balsams—Nature’s own way to
relief.. He called it “Swamp-Root” and
millions of grateful men and women have
taken it—often with amazing results.
Swamp-Root goes right to work to
flush out kidneys . . . increases flow of
urine, helping relieve excess acidity ... so
the irritated bladder gets a good flushing
out, too. Many report getting a good
night’s sleep after the first few doses.
Caution: take as directed.
For free trial supply, send to Dept. T,
Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box 12‘55, Stamford,
Conn. Or—get full-sized bottle of Swamp-
Root today at your drugstore.
.d-v- •* -, j J B
■ -.y-vSb 44"4:
Woman’s Study Club
Met Wednesday in
March banks Home
The Woman’s Study Club met in
the home of Mrs. Owen March-
banks, Wednesday afternoon, Nov.
20.' Sixteen members answered
The president, Mrs. Raymond
Wilkerson, presided at a short
business meeting after which Mrs.
I. G. Moore, leader for the day,
presented Miss Drewise Davis, who
had charge of the program. Miss
Davis presented the Pan-American
Student Forum in the following
program which was both interest-
ing and' instructive.
Program leader. Wanda Schwartz
Map designer, Betty Carleston.
_ United States -.-Betty Carleston.
Musical selection, “La Paloma’—
Do You Want
A Good Automobile?
—....... I We Have It!
Best Used Cars in
Dallas ... Greater Values
Make us prove it. We sell our own cars on our
“out-of-high-rent” used car lot. We have just
the car you wartt at the right price. Clip this
ad and come to see us at
2224 SAN J4CINT0 ST.
(In DALLAS, one block south of Ross Aye., near N. Pearl St.)
Remember the address and the name that will save money
Highly polished 18-gauge aluminum
For years of service.
of beautiful quality.
assures your children of their Mother’s time.
Give them the advantages of a debt-free borne.
W. D. ARDEN
Southwestern Life Insurance Co.
MEMBERS FOR 1947 IS THE GOAL
ENNIS AMERICAN LEGION
The American Legion is the
largest veteran’s organiza-
tion in the world . . .
It has more than 1,300,000
members enrolled in more
than 12,000 Posts.
IT’S A FACT—The American Legion
was formed by Fighting Men in . a
meeting in Paris, France in 1919.
The American Legion has changed
the eligibility for membership to in-
clude honorably discharged veterans
of World War 11 and those who re-
main in the service after cessation of
, The Legion is non-political and
If You Are a
World War I Veteran
World War II Veteran
You are eligible to join
SEND IN YOUR
, Robert Floyd
Ennis American Legion
, Enclose is my $5.00 for 1947 dues in the Ameri-
, can Legion. I want to be one of the 500.
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT OR, IF YOU PREFER,
USE OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN
Renewal------------- New : Member,
' ~ —-----.4----
Joseph S. Witty & Co.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Nowlin, R. W. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 278, Ed. 1 Friday, November 22, 1946, newspaper, November 22, 1946; Ennis, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth782310/m1/3/: accessed February 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.