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j >HQNE_7IQ NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1940 High In food value, eggs and cheese provide th e base for 'many delicious an d econom ical dishes. Here are som e t a s ty v a r ­ ieties- , EGGS GOLDENKOD 2 to 3 hard cooked eggs j cup medium white:-sauce 4 slices toast Salt to taste Pinch p aprika Chop the e g g whites, fine, add n the <111 co a n d season to taste. Trra’ih 3 ‘slices-of to a s t- o n t h e V r* diSh a n d p o u r th e egg, mixture- over' th e m - ’ Sprinkle uitft the egg yolks, w h ich have hcen pressed -through a sieve. Garni'ii with parsiey a n d to a s t -points made from t h e rem a ining sligp of toast. NOODLE R IN G j hot noodles cooked in Salted water — - --------- 5 eggs beaten 1 pint cream Pinch salt Putin alum inum m o ld a n d 's e t in a pan of w a ter an d b a k e for p., hours. Unmold a n d fill, cei>- ,tcr ivuh creamed- m u shroom s, spinach or cream e d sea food\. BAKED c o r n a n d r i c e 2 cups canned corn. 4 egg yolks beaten 2 cups steam ed cooked rice 2 teaspoons sa l t v. teaspoon p a p r ik a ~ 1 cup grated cheese .2 tablespoons chopped greeii pepper sauted in 4 table­ spoons butter 2 tablespoons chopped onion, Bake in an uncovered casser­ ole P it litmi u n ites i n a m o d erate- oven. EGGS AND CHEESE ON TOAST 1 hard .cooked eggs 3 tablespoons b u tte r 3 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon s a lt ^ i teaspoon p a p r ik a ^ teaspoon celery seed I cups m ilk eup grated cheese 1 raw egg Mel; butter, add flour, paprika and celery salt. A d d m ilk and- hook until m ixture is cream y : Add cheese an d b q a t u n t il the chce.-e has m elted. A d d eggs, owkrd. minced a n d uncooked nr:. beaten. -Cook one m inute and '»tvo on h o t toast. Ft,(IS .AND MUSHROOMS wv.r.i-H of 6 h a r d cooked eggs chep;vd and six large mush* room. ,r equal of sm a ll ones. M.ki a r:eh w h ite sauce. Add tin rc.v and m u shrdom s. Cook 3 asauars. Place o n ro u n d s of Mi.-: Put yolks through rlcer o n L? •: -.ich * IUTTKRED BAKED BEETS 6 beets cooked 1 tablespoons b u t te r 2 lahlj'spoons su g a r 1 tablespoon vinegar Tut beets in t „ Inch slices... n.i- bu::,: A... A bo,,.-: j)< t ' • in a baking dish. M e lt Add s u g a r .a n d vin e g a r, m .xture to com e to th e point. P o u r syrup over tv.,. I. re ■ iTin . Hi. a STUFFED TURNIPS ■a. pare and boil m edium ..-nips leaving th e m whole. - tender, d r a in an d c u t a Lee oft th e to p o f -each Scoop o u t m a k in g a then pm w ith b r e a d stuffing made as for chicken. Cover npce.ii.g with slice c u t from top ake. basting w ith h o t fat. TATOES W ITH CAPER — SAUCE 6 rooked -potatoes 3 teaspoons chopped parsley teaspoon capers i tahjespoon caper juice_ - tablespoons ground onions ’ iablespoons m e lted b u tte r (Juice lemon : tablespoons g r a te d cheese 1 teaspoon salt 'i teaspoon pepper .aurcdlents ex c e p t onions -■<1 pjur over potatoes. Arid - lust before serving. ,M v< VltOM AND PINEAPPLE - CUIK macaroni J r»ijfs rooked pineapple 1 ahlespoons g r a t e d cheese thin slices b a con 1 teaspoon s a lt tb-ik m a c a roni in sa l t w a ter ir:i.dcr. d r a in aiid place .in a d bake dish. w ith, a lt e r - 1 . il i'ri, o f cheese an d h a lf a 1' >ii. O n to p layer place ■v;>h rings a n d bacon. B a k e ■I - one hour, t h e n uncover ■ n.-own butt-. - ; CHEESE SAUCE - * tahle.spoons b u t te r J tablespoons flour ‘ 'ins milk i eup cheese teaspoon sa l t , - a''Doou W o rcestershire sauce t/aspoon m u s tard '\aspooft p a p r ik i . ; b u tte r ,..-a d d flour a n d •• '<'11. Add. m ilk, stir until :i, cheese and.season- s 'ir m ttit choose m elts, (C o n tinued f r o m F i r s t Section) M rs. M . D . L a s h e r of G race Ave. w ill e n t e r t a i n th e I n ­ fran g ib le C lub n e x t M o n d a y evening a t h e r hom e. H a r o ld M a r tin o f Ith a c a College v isited h is p a r e n ts, M r. a n d Mrs. C. B. M a r tin o f H igh S t„ last w e ek W ednesday an d T h u rsday. ; . Mayor R h e a C h itten d e n o f E a s t A-ve. is a p a t i e n t In New­ a r k Hospital. M r. a n d M rs, A lbert D u R e i an d M a y n a rd D t® e i' Of V a n Dusen S t . sp e n t tlie w e e k -end In 'B a ta v ia, t h e guests' o f M r. a n d Mrs. L e s ter DuRei. M r. a n d M rs. H o race, G . H o w ard have m o v ed from 106 C h u rch St. to 212 W e st M iller St. M rs. C h a r les S a w y e r of E l- liiira w ill sp e n d p a r t o f h e r E a s ter v a c a tio n w ith h e r p a r ­ en ts, -M r r a m F M r s .. G e o rge W are, o f C o lton • Ave, C h a r les H .’ B e rger an d d a u g h ter, M a r ian J a n e ' o f C h u rch St., M rs. E d w in C. B o n d o f S o u th M a in S t., a n d A u g u s ta B e r g e i f o f R o c h e s ter, N. Y„ atte n d e d th e song reel- ta i by N e lson Eddy, hi E a s t­ m a n T h e a tr e , R o c h e ster, N. Y„ Friday eveningy M a rch 15. , M r. a n d M rs, W ayne W ic- beld o f B u ffalo sp e n t th e w e e k -end. w ith M r. W iebeld's'. p a r e n ts, Mr. an d M rs. F r a n k ' S. W lebeld o f W e st Ave. M rs. M innie M esley o f Lyons sp e n t th e w e e k - e n d with, h e r g r a n d d a u g h ter, M iss M ildred H a v e rt o f A rcadia. - -Among- th o s e -w h o -ealled our Sunday a t th e hom e o f Mrs- P e ter J . W lebeld o f 'West M aple A v enue w e re M r. an d M rs. O r ln S u n d e rville a n d d a u g h ter; M rs. N e llie S u n d e r - vilie, qf jLock B e r lin ; a n d M r. a n d Mrs. Joseph W lebeld a n d fam ily o f B rockport. E d w a r d R a m p s b e rger, who h a s been ill a t th e hom e o f M r. a n d M rs. P e r r y Coon o f B lackm a r S t., is im p roved, M rs. C a lvin , S c h e e tz o f C h u rch St. h a s re t u r n e d from P e n n s y lvania, w h e re sh e sp e n t a w e ek a n d a tt e n d e d t h e fu n ­ e r a l of h e r b r o th e r - in - law . M rs. P e t e r J. W lebeld is ill a t h e r hom e on W e s t M a p le Ave. M r s - C a r l W e inm a n o f W est U n ion S t . v isited M rs. Isaac Y o u n g john in E a s t R o c h e s ter last S a tu r d a y . B o b C h itten d e n , a stu d e n t at V a lley Forge M ilitary A c a ­ dem y , W a y n e , P a ., arrived horde W e d n e s d a y o f t h i s week to s p e n d a w e ek, w ith h i s p a r ­ ents, M a y o r a n d M rs. R h e a E. C h itten d e n o f E a s t Avenue. M rs. A lb e r t M a r tin of C h a r ­ lotte S t, an d M rs. C. B. M a r tin of H igh St, a tt e n d e d th e song recital by N e lson Eddy a t th e E a s tm a n - T h e a tr e , R o c h e s ter, last F riday evening. nid bake for 10 m inute57~t „ D r . E a r l . S u n d e r v ille o f Ith a c a called\ S u n d a y oh\ M rs. P e ter J . W lebeld of W e s t' M aple Ave., Who is ill a t h e r ' hom e. M r. a i i d M rs. H o race G . H o w a rd of W e s t M iller S t. w e re d in n e r guests_of M r. an d M rs. Jo s e p h W . B e n tley i n Pertfield on S a tu r d a y . M r. a n d M rs. B e n tle y retu r n e d ^ , t o N e w a rk w ith th e m fo r th e evening. - ~ - F lo y d D u n lap of H o ffm a n St. h a s recovered from h i s attack o f b r o n c h itis a n d re ­ tu r n e d ia s t w e e k t o h is d u t i e s a t Bloom e r B r o thers. F red-O 'C o n n e ll of R id e r Col­ lege, T r e n to n , N. J., w ill a r ­ rive today t o sp e n d h is E a s te r v a c a tion w ith h i s p a r e n ts. Mr. a n d Mrs. R o b e r t O C o n n c ll of W e s t U n ion S t. .Mrs. -Frank R im c rick h a s retu r n e d to h e r hom e in A r­ cad ia a f t e r b e in g confined to N ew ark H o s p ital by illness for several weeks. M rs. H . L. H a r r in g to n of S h e r m a n P a rkw a y sp e n t th e w e e k -end w ith h e r parentis, Mr. and M rs. P e ter S tockm a n of Fairville. W o rd h a s been received from th e Rev. a n d Mrs. M a r­ sh a ll c r o n k in G r a n d R a p ids, M ich., th a t th e Rev. C r o n k h a s received a call to th e C a l­ v a r y C h u rch, larg e s t ch u r c h lit. G r a n d R a p ids. M rs. CJrorik w a s M iss E d iia A ileen B a r tl e - 'son of N e w a rk, d a u g h te r o f Mr. and M rs. F r a n k B a rtleson o f E a s t Ave. • • r w iiu a m iter. M a r ^ ' OTTAGE CHEESE ' i nil c a n s , -. . e v a p o rated ;«id six tablespooons vine- ri s tan d five m inutes. Add Udr t boiling w a t e r ahd* let io m inutes. T h e n stra in -'-I ’SO!’. in;;’* ?.ir. O iip M r. and Mrs. Seliecrens anri d a u g h te r . M a r= ~ io n .'d f E a s t U n ion St. an d M rs. C lifford Ooossen o f C h u rch St. sp e n t last S u n d a y evening in R o c h e s ter. M rs. P e t e r DcNugcl is re ­ ported i l l a t h e r hom e on W est M iller S t. V M e r r ill M g h tm e y e r o f E a s t Ave., w h o h a s b e e n ^ s p e n d ing tw o weeks v a c a tio n w ith h i s p a r e n t s an Poughkeepsie, Rev. and M rs. T h e o d o re C. Meyer of E a s t M iller S t. will a tt e n d the sp r i n g convocation a t the C p lgate-R o c h e ster D iv­ in ity School In R o c h e s ter all n e x t week. Mrs. E d n a M u n n a n d son, G o rdon, o f M a d ison Ave., visited M iss Faye B a rtleson of H o u g h ton College o n Tuesday of last week, M rs. F r a n k B a rtleson, w h o h a s been- v isit­ in g h e r d a u g h ter for a few days returned.' hom e w ith them . ' , Mrs. H a r r y R i d e r , o-f B a r tle Ave. e n te r ta i n e d h e r sew ing club o n T u e s d a y evening of th is week, M rs. H. I . A n d rew s of S o u th M a in S t . m o v ed on T u e s d a y of. ‘th is w e ek to Clyde w h e r e .she wiii m a k e h e r hom e . M r. an d M rs. E d w a rd Van R y a n of. W est A v e .. w ill leave on F riday o f th i s w e ek to spend E a s te r w i t h th e i r son, H a rold, an d M rs. V a n R y a n , in New Y o rk City. R o b e r t.G u lick of C rosby St, will leave th is week, for New Y o rk C ity w h e r e he Wiii visit -his b r o th e r , G o r d o n Cj-ulick a n d .family. Mrs.. P a u l Reeves a n d M iss C h a rlotte R e e v e s of E a s t M il­ ler St. attended, 'the • s o n g re­ cital .by Nelson, Eddy a t th e E a s tm a n T h e a t e r in R o c h e s ter on F r iday evening of last week. . - ■ M rs, F r a n c e s -De h a s been ill for som e tim e , a t th e hem e o f h e r Son, P e ter DeNagel,. W e s t.M iller St., h a s gorie to th e hom e of h e r d a u g h ter, M rs. C h a r les W ilkes, in Sodus P o int , t o sp e n d som e tim e . M r. a n d M rs. A, J . D e S m ith a n d s o n , David, o f Sodus, w e re S u n d a y guests of M rs. De S m ith ’s p a r e n ts. Mr. a n d M rs. j . H e rve R e e v e s of E a s t M il­ ler St. M rs. Florence H u lb e r t of Hydesville h a s gone to R o c h ­ ester today. H e r daughter, M iss Alice H u lbert, a stu d e n t a t th e C o rpus C h r is t! School In E a s t M a in S t., R o c h e s ter, will r e tu r n w ith her to sp e n d h e r E a s te r vacation. M iss E leanore S m i th of M oore St. visited frien d s in R o c h e s ter over the w e e k -end. Miss D o rothy Bidwell, a stu ­ d e n t a t Russell Sage College, Troy, N. Y ., w ill arrive th is T h u rsday to spend th e E a s ter vacation w ith her m o ther, Mrs. M a ry Bidwell o f V ienna St. E a rl -Peirson o f Ovid, .spent S u n d a y w ith h i s m o ther, M rs. E d n a Peirson o f W e st M iller St: M r. and Mrs. Jack F a r n s ­ w o rth and fam ily have m o v e d from M a rion to D riving P a r k Ave. Ja c k F a r n s w o r th o f D riving P a r k Ave. h a s recovered from M iss E s th e r D e L aney of F r a n k l in St, h a d as h e r g u e s ts ; fo r th e w e e k -end M iss Elsie S h a r p e a n d M iss Mildred, Sm ith, o f R o c h e s ter. M iss C o rabelle G ruschow of. P r o s p e c t S t . sp e n t th e w e ek­ e n d w i t h h e r m o th e r , M rs. M a ry G ruschow , a t C liftq n S p r ings. - 1 Mr. a n d Mrs.. K e n n e th W itt a n d d a u g h te r . A n d rea, are m o v in g to th e i r newly p u r ­ ch a s e d hom e o n Blossom.. R o a d . M rs. E d ith D e a r and fam ­ ily, A n d rew -D e a r a n d J . A r- ■ th u r D e a r a tt e n d e d th e fu n ­ e r a l o f th e i r cousin, C laude A. D e a r, o f C a n a n d a ig u a , T u e s ­ day o f th is w e ek. . M iss L u r a ' R a d d e r arrived: hom e b y p lan e W ednesday, M a r c h 20, to sp e n d a w e ek’s v a c a tio n from H e r stu d i e s a t th e N a tio n a l College of E d u ­ catio n , E v a n s ton, 111., w i t h h e r p a r e n t s , D r. a n d M rs. R . R . R a d d e r o f H ig h lan d Ave, G e o rge PfiiSer of- D u q u e sne U n iversity, P ittsb u r g h , • ' w ill > arriv e S u n d a y in N e w a rk fo r h i s E a s te r vacation. M r. a n d M rs. T racy T r y o n an d - s o n , D e a n , -of- C o rtland, : w ill s p e n d . t h e E a s te r w e e k - ■ e n d w i t h M rs. T r y o n ’s ' par-! en ts, Mr. a n d M rs. H e rbert, G a r r e t t qf Grace Ave, ‘ M rs. A. J . H o w a rd of E a s t MSller S t. a n d M rs. C. P . B o y n to n of P e irson Ave. s p e n t S u n d a y in C lifto n Springs, th e g u e s ts of M r. a n d M rs. E d g a r Mrs.. S o p h ia D e W a n d e l h a s accep ted a position a t M o n t-' gom e ry W a rd and- Co. M rs. M ildred H o lland, o f ■ E a s t W illiam son sp e n t a lew days la s t w e ek w ith Mr. a n d M rs. -A. J. Frem o u w of M a d i­ so n Ave. C a r l F r a n c is o f Ith a c a will spend th e E a s ter w e e k - e n d in. tow n , th e guest of M iss E s t h e r F a r n s w o r th o f W e st M a p le Avenue. Mr. and M rs, .C larence Lindstrom . o f C h u r c h St. w e re called to D e tr o it, Mtlch., on, S u n d a y due to th e su d d e n i, d e a t h o f th e i r siste r - in - l a w ,! , M rs. E r n e s t L indstrom . — - v < r .* r. M rs. F r e d B u rgreen. r e t u r n ­ e d to h e r hom e on WiLson St. o n T u e s d a y from th e N e w a rk H o s p ital, w h e re she h a s been a p a t i e n t fo r sev e r a l weeks. M rs. H e r b e r t G a r r e t t o f G r a c e Avenue will e n te r ta in th e \S titch a n d C h a tt e r Club” a t h e r hom e th i s (T h u rsday) aftern o o n .. ■ J, A r t h u r D e a r o f G race A v e n u e will a t t e n d t h e r e g u lar w i n t e r m e e ting of th e m e m ­ b e r s o f th e New Y o rk S t a t e R e f r ig e r a ted W a rehouses held a t th e H o tel Seneca, a t R o c h ­ ester, today (T h u rsday, M a r c h 2i >. M rs. D o n a ld L e d a in and M rs. S ta n le y M c F a u l o f Ar­ c a d ia sp e n t T u e s d a y o f th is Mrs. Jo h n Verdpw of O n ­ ta r i o s p e n t several days last Week visiting h e r d a u g h ter, M rs. F r a n k Sedgwick, a n d Mr. Sedgw ick o f J e fferson E x t. M r. V e rdow sp e n t ' S u n d a y , th e r e , a n d M rs. Verdow r e t u r n e d . hom e w i t h him , M ax -Reeves, a stu d e n t a t A lbany S t a t e T e a c h e r s ’ Col­ lege, w ill arriv e hom e S u n d a y evening to sp e n d h i s E a s ter recess with- h i s p a r e n ts, Mr. an d M rs. P a r k e M. R e e v e s of E a s t M iller S t. Miss R u t h Dee, a stu d e n t a t A lbany S t a t e T e a c h e r s ’ . Col- * lege, at* A lbany, arriv e d W ed­ nesday to spend h e r E a s ter v a c a tion w i t h h e r m o ther, Mrs. R u t h Dbe of M y rtle Ave. S h e w ill re t u r n to school On A p ril 1. Miss M a r y S tiles of E a s t M iller S t . a n d M iss Susie R e y n o lds o f M a son S t. e n te r ­ ta i n e d th e m e m b e rs . o f th e L o y a l T e m p e rance Legion a t a n E a s te r p a r ty in th e base­ m e n t o f th e F i r s t B a p tist ■Church o n F r id a y aftern o o n o f l a s t week. -MT. B u r to n V a n D u s e n of R o c h e s ter a tten d e d th e fun­ eral o f h i s cousin, F r a n k V a n \^aUqenbiufe o n -T h u rsday of last w e e k .\ M e m b e rs of th e W h a t-S o - Ever C ircle o f th e A rcadia ■Reformed C h u r q h en te r ta in e d a t a s u r p r is e show e r l a s t M on­ day evening a t th e hom e of MiSs K a t e A llaart, W e s t Ave., I n ho n o r o f M rs. M illard: N o r- rison, of F r e y S t. S a - t - L S - f - a o t - i - o - n O R ' L YO UR M O NEY \ E n t i r e W a s h i n g & I r o n i n g (E x c e p t W e a ring A p p a rel) im Corsages Cut Flowers Roses* Daffodils Freesias Violets Sweet Peas Gardenias MUants Hydrangea Violets Hyacinths ^ ■ Mixed Pots F L O W E R S T E L E G R A P H E D NEWARK 4 I T S J E A S J E . R A T A Spring Song of Soft Rayons! G l e n R o w ~~ DRESSES In Gay Prints and Solid Colors i . 9 8 T h e se dresses will trav e l in th e sm a r test circles th is spring! S p rightly p r i n t s , luscious solid colors anff~ plenty of navy w ith en s p touches o f w h ite on lovely rayon crepes and sheers. Full flaring skirts, tin y waists, shirred an d tu c k ­ ed bodices . . . all th e little tricks o f figure sss:, flattery to help you sail l | P into spring, looking your 1 very best! . 12 fo_44—.— - •Ki-B. J '- S. l'nl Off. DRESSY SPRING COATS 0 F itted P rincess C o a ts 9 E a s y -to-W e a r Box C o a ts You’ll surely find ju s t th e coat you w a n t in th i s su ­ perb collection Of handsom e spring styles. T h e dressy fitted coats h ighlight th e p o p u lar collar- J e s s types, nip,ped-in w a sp w a ists, squared-off sh o u l­ ders an d flaring sw ing skirts! Box co a ts t h a t fit every figure are sm a r ter th a n ever w ith, fre e sw inging b a c k drapes! F e a turing tw ills, crepes, novelty stripes ahd h a ir line Stripe w o rsteds. L e t E a s ter Go to Your Head! Latest Styles! Newest Colors! S h in e in a BETTY CO-ED* SPRING H A T A .98 You c a n afford to g e t ypurself a I s t u n n i n g new h a t especially for E a s te r . . . w h e n it costs so little,! E v e ry h a t i n t h e group w a x select­ e d fo r beauty, quality a n d .value. Sheer! R ingless! For Easter 79c —- Phone — Newark 645 or. 646 . T lie p e rfec t finish-i in g touch to your E a s ter finery! Glam o rous* 3 threads, sm a r t 5 th r e a d s , ' a ls o th r i f t y service w e ight, r “The Cleanest Spot in Wayne County'' S P R I N G G L O V E S 9 8 c Seldom do you see such well m a d e gloves for such a littie price. Styles t h a t . are ideal for d r e s s o r sports. E x ­ citing n e w spring colors. W O M E N ’S H A N D B A G S * C . No m a tter-, w h a t type o f b a g you p r e f e r y o u ’r e sure to find it h e r e ! G a y colors, Navy, Black. T h e y ’re real q u a l­ ity , m e n ! ' Tow n ,-' h l a d su its win th e Vvote o f m e n who like to look theii* best, a t low cost!' ■\ - fm n b u T y - W b r s ted s r clever styling, plus extrem e ly - carefu l- tailoring, th e y ail u n ite to give yo u - correct a p p e a r - ' ance. P lenty of v a r iety f r o m W h i c h - 1 o ' - choose. Come in a n d see th e m today! Sanforized — At This Saving! { T O P F L I G H T S H IR T S For Men 9 8 Rich-Iooklng “ b road­ cloths i n the- season’s m o st w a n ted patterns',.^ . . all in fa s t colors. > ' T h e N u -C raft starch less collars sta y fresh from m o rning u n t il night! Make Your Easter Successful! M A R A T H O N H A T S FOR MEN You’ll find all th e style tren d s for sp r in g at th is low price . , . l o w e r ;row n s, w ider brim s , different b a n d s ! All are genuine fur felts. MEN'S DRESS S p r ing’s new e s t a n d .sm a rtest styles. Real G o o d y e ar Welt, lea th e r c o n s tr u c tio n .., . Black. Brown, o r th e new A n tique T a n . - - - — : ^ c P . 0 N M B y C O x

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