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About Rural enterprise. (Halsey, Or.) 1924-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1927)
A N O T H E R E X C E L L E N T V E G E TA B LE P L A T E
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A Tasty Combination Lunch.
(Prepared b j the United State« Department
’ Lesson ’
Q uestions N o . 2 0
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- —What was the real name of l.ew
Is Carroll, author of "Alice in Won
Lesson for Novem ber 6
3— Which is the largest river In
4— What audacious American genius
who was painter, etcher, pastellst and
lithographer; who had much In com
mon with the impressionists, but was
of no school but his own, was also fa
mous for his wit In conversation and
the brilliancy of his writings?
5— Who was the first woman to
swim the E^-’ llsh channel?
6— What was the date of the Boston
AMOS PLEADS FOR JUSTICE
LESSON TEXT— Am os 5:1-27.
GOLDEN TEXT— Let Judgment run
down as w a ters and rig h teo u sn ess as
a m ighty stream .
PRIMARY TOPIC— T reatin g E v ery ,
body R ig h t
JUNIOR TOPIC— The Kind of Man
INTERM EDIATE AND SENIOR TOP
IC— A Squaring for God A gain st tha
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TO P
IC— Tba C onditions of D ivine Approval.
A M A T H E M A T IC IA N
Rufus was told to count the post
holes uround a certain lot and let
the owner know how many posts
would be needed. He said, "Boss, I
“ Yes. you can,” was the answer.
“Go on I”
So he started out, saying, "Dar’s
one. Dar’s one. Dar’s one.”
After he had goue around the lot
he reported, "Boss, 1 figures It w ill
take a post for every hole arouud that
Oat, nautaa, tick haadacha, heart-
bom, diatraaa after eating or drink
ing quickly and auraly relieved«
Safa. Pleasant. Not a laxative.
N o r m a liza a D ig e s tio n a n d
S u N e ttn t th a B r e a th
and floured, until It Is a delicate
brown, and keep It hot while the other
foods are being arranged on the
| 6 BELL-AM t
Hot w a te r
Avoid having too hot an oven for
the baked potato. A very hot oven
Israel's Desqlatlon Predicted
produces a hard dark crust When
the potatoes feel mealy and tender to
7— When did Daniel Boone first
Amos lamented over the doom
the very center, take them out of the come to Kentucky?
which was to overtake the nation.
oven Immediately and work them be
8— Who discovered X-rays?
Israel la called a virgin because she
254 AND 75« PACKAGES EVERYWHERE
S eeking an E ncore
tween the Angers, then stick a fork
9— What is the annual salary of the had never been subdued by any fop
into one side and make an opening to
“ You may not remember me, sir,
C ount A b o v e 10
elgh nation (see Isa. 23:12). Her fa ll but two yenrs ago at the shore 1 res
let out the steam. Press the potato President of the United States?
Portly One—No, young man, word«
10— Does the name "Catholic" apply ing to rise no more seta forth the ut cued your daughter from drowning
flesh upward and put a piece of but
ter desolation and helplessness to and you made me a present of $1,000.” do not matter, it is only deeds that
to the church?
ter on IL Sprinkle with paprika and
which the Assyrians subjected the na
"Yes. Indeed, young man, I recall matter; words never count
H —What woman was the heroine tion. From this captivity Israel never
serve at once.
Young One—That depends. Have
of the battle of Monmouth In the returned. Those who came back from you perfectly. What can I do for
you ever sent a telegram?—Purls Blrs.
the Babylonian captivity were largely
" I merely dropped In to Inquire
C A N N E D PEAC HES
CO RN F R IT T E R S
12— What general captured Stony from Egypt
whether your daughter hns learned to
II. Tbs Call to Rsturn to God.
W IT H C U S TA R D
N IC E FO R L U N C H
13— Who invented" wireless tele
God through the prophet says, “ seek
ye me and ye «hall live." The Impli
Combination Served Occa Add Flavor and Crispness to 14— Who is the Western open golf cation is that while the divine Judg
sionally Is Excellent.
tunity is offered for them to turn to
15— What American actress o f a God. In their turning to God they
past generation Is most frequently were to renounce:
(Prepared by the United State« Department
(Prepared by the United States Department
mentioned when the great stars of the
1. Idolatry (vv. 6, 6).
Serve custurd sauce occasionally
One of the nicest ways to add flavor, world are under discussion?
They were to turn away from the
with such canned fru it as peaches, richness and crispness to a vegetable
Id —What great city of the world places of idolatry—Bethel, Gilgal and
plums, apricote, or peurs, or with some plate lunch is to Include corn fritters.
stands on two continents?
Beersheba. God's Judgment was to
of the fresh fru its In season. Cus There are many combinations that
17— What English author entered strike these places.
tards, moreover, add to the supply of would be good with corn fritters, as,
I f they would not come to Him for
Iron and vltamlnes the children get, for example, spinach, creamed onions Mecca und Medina disguised as a
life He would be their destroyer. "Our
nnd they should be encouraged to eat and stewed tomatoes; or string beans, Moslem?
18— Where Is the Fiddler crab God is a consuming Are.” The only
carrots and lettuce salad; or quick
one wlp> can give life to those who
To make a soft custard, use a double cooked cabbage, beets and buttered found?
seek Him is the one who shall destroy.
boiler, says the United States Depart mashed rutabaga. The other vege
19— In case of the death or disabil
2. Cease to pervert Judgment
ment of Agriculture. Heat a quart of tables should be about ready to serve ity of both the President and the vice- (v. 7).
when you begin to fry the fritters, so president of the United States, who
"Turn Judgment to wormwood” im
that the latter can be sent to the table becomes President?
plies the bitterness of the perversion
piping hoL Here Is a recipe for mak
20— What is the total number of of Justice to the injured.
ing them, supplied by the United non-Christians In North America?
3. Cease to dethrone righteousness.
States Department of Agriculture
"Leaving off righteousness" Is
“ Oh, Mabel, If Jack can giff off next
thought to mean that unrighteousness
A n s w e rs N o . 1 9
was allowed to take its place. In this week, we're going to get married.”
1 cupful l i q u i d ,
■ oft-w heat flour
"Why, surely they'll let him off
1— Vicente Biasco Ibanez.
e it h e r fro m
third exhortation the Lord's name is
1 t a b l e epoonful
canned corn, or
m elted fat
given with the following statement of It's not like lie was taking a holiday
2— Jack Delaney.
m ilk, or ih e tw o
to have a good time.”
some of His works:
No mother in thia enlightened ago
3— John Rolfe.
2 t e a a p o o nful»
would give her baby something she
1. "Maketh the seven stars and
1 cupful drained
b a k in g powder
4— Gen. Henry Hamilton, British.
% t e a a p o o nful
Those W h o T a lk
did not know was perfectly harmless,
O rion;” 2. "Turneth the shadow of
1% cu p fu ls sifted
5— Cyrus McCormick.
death into morning;” 3. "Maketh the To those w ho inlk and talk and talk especially when a few drops of plain
Thia proverb should appeal:
Mix the flour, baking powder and
day dark with n ig h t;" 4. "Calleth
Caatoria w ill right a baby’s stomach
6— The Drews and the Barrymores,
T h e steam that hlowa the w h istle
salt. Mix the Juice from the canned
and end almost any little ill. Fretful
7— The group of three great moun for the waters of tiie sea and poureth
W ill n ever turn the wheel."
corn, or milk, or whatever liquid is tain ranges which traverse the coun them out upon tiie earth,” both In
ness and fever, too; i t seems no time
used, the egg after It has been beaten try from north to south.
rain and deluge; 5. "Strengthened the
until everything Is serene.
Such E x tra v a g a n c e
Supply of Iron and Vitaminas Needed slightly, and the canned corn. Stir
spoil against the strong.”
That's the beauty o f Caatoria; its
this liquid mixture gradually Into the
gentlo influence seems Just what is
III. The Sine Committed by the
widespread throughout Euglund und
dry Ingredients. Add the melted fat.
Wicked Nation (vv. 10-13).
needed. I t does all that castor oil
milk with half a cupful of sugar and I f the corn Is very moist even after Scotlund.
"Yes. What Is he?"
L They hated the Judge who con
might accomplish, without shock to
one-eighth teaspoonful of salt In the the liquid has been drained from It,
9— Immigrant Is used with reference
the system. Without the evil taste.
double botler. Beat five or six egg more flour may be added. Dried corn, Into which, emigrant with reference demned their wicked practices (v. 10)
It's delicious! Being purely vegeta-
2. They abhorred him that spoke
yolks lightly and pour slowly Into which has been soaked and cooked un
“ What on earth's that?”
to tiie country from which migration uprightly (v. 10).
able, you can give it as often as
them some of the heated milk. Pour til tender, may also be used.
“ The sort of man who doesn't enjoy
there's a sign o f colic; constipation;
This most likely referred to the
hack Into the pan and t t ir constantly
Fry the corn fritters In deep fat or.
10— It Is an Important festival in the prophets themselves who told them of
diarrhea; or need to aid sound, nat
until the custard coats the spoon. Re If preferred, In a skillet In shallow Greek, Roman and English churches.
going to wuste.” —Stray Stories.
their sins and urged uprightness of
move at once and place the pan in a fa t In either case, drop the mixture It Is held on the 40th day after life.
Just one warning: It Is genuine
bowl of cold water, stirring until cool. by spoonfuls Into the fat and fry Easter.
3. They trampled upon the poor
Fletchers Castortu that physicians
Add one teaspoonful of vanilla. Chill rather slowly, for these fritte rs need
recommend. Other preparations may
11— The common fox.
the custard and serve with canned time to cook through to the center be
The rich built magnificent houses
be Just as free from all doubtful drugs,
12— Pedro Calderon.
peaches or other f r u it
fore the outside becomes too brown.
out of the proceeds extorted from the
but no child of this w riter’s Is going
13— Rene I.a Coste of France.
Drain the fritters on absorbent paper
to test them 1 Besides, the book on
and serve hoL
14— Battle of the Thames, 1813.
4. They afflicted the Just (v. 12).
care and feeding of babies thut cornea
This they did by taking a bribe.
15— Battle of San Jacinto, 1830.
with Fletcher's Caatoria Is worth its
of “ Flummery” Pleases Making Sweet Pickles
5. They turned aside tiie poor in
weight in gold.
16— Richard J. Gattllng.
the gate (v. 12).
A ‘‘flummery’’ Is an old fashioned
17— Grieg; his "Peer Gynt” suite.
Fom Brined Vegetables
Because they had no money the
dessert that Is easy to make in the
18— The Congo.
poor were turned aside.
Vegetables prepared by the "long
season of highly flavored small fruits
19— The "from ”
It was most difficult for the poor to
such as blackberries and black rasp brining method'’ described In Farmers'
get Justice. The times were so evil
berries. Many people d is lik j the seeds Bulletin 14^8-F can be freshened and ‘‘whence” meaning from what place.
in stewed or canned berries. Flum made Into sweet mixed pickle, which
20— Whitsunday is In contrast with that the prudent would best keep si
mery has all the fru it flavor without hns been tested by the United States I.enL In that no fasting was enjoined, lence.
IV. The Conduct of the Righteous
the seeds. The bureau of home eco Department of Agriculture.
and prayer was offered standing rath
(vv. 14. 15).
nomics gives these directions for mak Seasoned Vinegar fo r Sweet Mixed er than kneeling.
No condition In the world, religious,
ing i t :
social or political can become so diffi
2 cups vin egar
1 tablespoon mus- Historic Flag Now in
cult that tiie righteous are shut off
1 cup w ater
1 cu p fu ls black b erry Juice from canned
1% cups su g a r
2 hot red peppers
from help. The righteous can:
or cook ed fresh blackberries
H ounce spice m ix
1. Seek God (v. 14).
H c u p fu l's u g a r (If juice Is u n sw ee t
A priceless relic of Napoleon and
Those who seek good shall have
en ed )
Tips, rumors and hutches dig the
3 ta b le sp o o n fu ls farina or 4 ta b le
Spice M ixture.
Jack Is certainly a nice fellow, but graves of millions of eaey go dollars
with them the Lord God of Hosts.
to the French Army museum at the
sp o o n fu ls corn starch.
ain’t he dumb?”
2 ou n ces allsp ice
U ounce dried red
2. Hate the evil (v. 15).
every year.— American Magazine.
% tea sp o o n fu l sa lt
Invalldes. This Is the original flag
2 ou n ces coriander
I don’t know, he don't go with me
2 tea sp o o n fu ls lem on Juice
Evil must be hated. The sin ques
2 ounces y e l l o w % ounce bay leave» of the emperor's First regiment of foot
tlon must be settled before God can ns much as he goes with you.”
T o C u re a C o ld in one D a y
m ustard seed
grenadiers—the moat glorious stand
Heat the blackberry Juice. Mix the
bestow His blessings.
7 * k e ,j* » » ‘ l v . BROMO QUININE Tab-
Bring the vinegar mixture to the ard of the Imperial guard. Measuring
sugar nnd the farina or cornstarch
8. Establish Judgment In the gate
» *'«. Tb" Safe and P roven Rem edy.
G o o d D eeds
and the salt, and add to the blackber boiling point and pour over the vege about 33 Inches square. It la beautl
Look for sig n a tu re of E. W. Oroya on
It was the custom In that day for
Under no circu m stan ces
tha box. 30c.— Adv.
ry Juice. Cook In a fouble boiler for tables below after freshening them fully embroidered with Imperial eagles the courts of Justice to sit In the gate
.Should good deeds avar dla.
15 to 20 minutes, or until the mixture for 12 to 24 hours. Seal in airtight and golden bees, and bears the In of the city. The prophet urges upon
S t i ll t h e y « 0 on In a tran cs,
A M a rk e d M an
W hich you cannot deny.
thickens nnd the raw starchy taste sterile Jars and store In a cool place scription : "Garde Imperials. L'Em- them the responsibility to place hon
pereur Napoleon au Premier Regiment orable men In charge of public affairs
Madge—"Was that your Intended I
disappears. Remove from the Are, add
de Grenadlers-a-pled.’’ Tills Is the
saw you motoring with?” Marie—
S olved I t
the lemon Juice, and beat well. Serve
V. The Judgment to Fall (vv. 16-20).
2 p in ts sliced cu - 1 pint cauliflow er. only flag which accompanied the em
cold with top milk or plain >r whipped
Have you heard of my latest dis “ Yes. but he hasn’t caught on yet."
There Is coming a day of retrlbu
cu t In section s
cream. Raspberry flummery Is made 1 pint sliced on- 1 pint sliced green peror throughout his campaigns In tlon. Justice and right shall be vln
Germany and Flanders, and It flew dlcated. This w ill be realized In the
In the same way.
No. what Is It?”
1 pint cut strin g 1 pint cut g r e e n
at Waterloo. It was this standard day o i the Lord ( I l Thesa 1:7-10;
I've found how to tell the number
which General Petit held on the great James 5:7).
H pint cut sw eet
All wrong shall he of pieces of macaroni on a plate.”
Celery Fritters Would
parade at Fontalnebleu In which Na righted at that time. May we earnest
poleon hade farewell to his troops be ly pray, "thy kingdom come.”
Why, you add up the ends and
Be Good W ith Cold Lamb
fore going Into exile, and which he
VI. Worship Without Holiness of divide by two.” —Pathfinder.
With cooler weather one may think Spinach Soup Excellent
kissed In the presence of his weeping Life an Abomination to God (vv.
again of hotter and richer food than
R id icu lo u s E rro r
grenadiers. It was presented to the 21-27).
has been served during July, August
army museum by the family of the
Hobby—That's a pretty sash
Children need spinach as often as
and September. Fritters in any form
M arket men and con
late liste n de la Gouplllere, a grand and tinging, when the heart Is out of your new dress, dear.
roust be served piping hoL and be possible and they should have a pint son o f the General Petit who was
sumers are insisting on uni
Wlfe.v—Why, that's not the sash
form color, now-a-days, and
cause of the deep fat In which they of milk or more a day. Spinach soup, holding It when It received the em
silty. That's the dress.
Ing to Him.
no real dairyman can afford to
are fried, they add considerably to the which combines these two valuable peror’s last salute.
trust to luck any more. Keep
richness of the meal. These celery foods In an excellent way contributes
U n d a u n te d
T w o D ifferent Things
your butter always that golden
fritters, for which the bureau of home to both needs. Directions for making
June ahade, which brings top
The love of God and the world are
economics supplies the recipe, would It are given by the United States De
The greatest of book collectors was two different things. I f the love of hotel that failed because the place
prices, by using Dandelion But
partment of Agriculture.
be particularly good with a menu con
Richard Heber, an Englishman who this world dwell In thee, the love of
ter color All large creameries
1 quart m ilk
I tablespoons flour
slating of cold sliced lamb and spin
2 tablesp oon s butter 1 cvp ground or died almost a hundred years ago. He God forsakes thee; renounce th a t and
“ Oh. he's running It now av a aanl
have used it lor years. It meets
ach. A fru it dessert would be good
I teaspoon m ilk
all State and National Food
Is said to have owned 150.000 bonks, receive thia; It Is fit that the nobler tarium."
2 cups celery , finely I eg g
L a w s Its harmless, tasteless
many of them of great rarity. His
with the sa lt Wash the splnadh well, library In London filled eight houses , love should have the best placa and
, *, teaspoon sa lt
and will not color Buttermilk.
C iv i c G esture
1*» cups sifted flout 2 teasp oon s bak-
chop or grind It, and If ground place
Large bottles cost
when It was sold at auction the sale
1 cup m ilk
"Why won't you con.rlhute to bring
a bowl to catch the liquid which runs
only 35c at all drug
lasted more than six months and House Not M ade W ith Hands the New York Opera company to
and grocery stores.
S ift together the flour, salt nnd bak from the grinder. Add to the spinach brought over $250.000. Heber Is the
The tent-life Is the true life until Plnnkvllle?"
ing powder, add the beaten egg and Mix the flour nnd butter until wp II man who said that every gentleman
Wei, 4 R,.lurdem Cs.. Uc F R E E ]
milk, then the celery. Fry by spoon blended and add to the milk with the ought to own three copies of sny good the building of God. the “ house not
B irh u ttM . Vcoaaat
fuls In a well buttered skillet. Drain spinach Stir nntil thickened and the book, one for show, one for use, and
spinach Is cooked.
on absorbent paper, and serve hoL
me to lend.—Youth s Companion.
Many combinations are good in veg
etable plates. Particularly appellzlug
is this lunch or supper of baited po
tato. cauliflower, fresh or canned pens,
and fried canned pineapple. If cauli
flower Is not available, cabbugc may
The foods must be timed so as to be
ready together. The baked potato will
require about 45 minntes to cojk, the
cauliflower and freeh peas about 20,
and the pineapple about 30 minutes,
according to how many pieces are to
prepared. Cook the pineapple slowly
in butter, after It has been drained
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