Best 1936 Hot Weather Menus $50 to 15 Women Winners (excerpt)

Luncheon Menus [excerpt]
Third Prize

Mushroom Soup
Salmon Circle Loaf with Baked Potatoes

Salmon Circle Loaf – Flake 2 cups (1 pound) of canned salmon, removing bones. Combine with 1 ½ cups cooked tomatoes, 1 ¾ cups stale bread crumbs, 2 teaspoons of melted butter and 1 egg well beaten, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 1 teaspoon of salt, ¼ teaspoon of pepper.

Mix lightly and pour into well oiled circular mold. Bake in hot oven (425 degrees F.) about 20 minutes. Turn out on a round platter, fill center with buttered beets. Serve with Hollandaise sauce. (5 servings)

Viola M. Parrill
634 West Taylor St., City

Source: Zanesville Times Recorder, July 20, 1936


Mrs. C.M. Rorick Entertains

Mrs. C.M. Rorick entertained the members of the Entre Nous club at her home on Elm street, Thursday evening. A pot luck supper was served and the evening spent socially. The guests included Mrs. Roy Jackson, Mrs. W.R. Gates, Mrs. Clarence Fellows, Mrs. G.H. Gerlach and Mrs. C.I. Stephenson.

Source: Morenci Observer, February 12, 1925.

John P. Rorick For Representative

It is not the policy of The Observer to mix in politics to any great extent, but under our policy of strict independence we feel it is our privilege and duty when the right time comes, to endorse any candidate when that endorsement is deserving and in our judgement for the public welfare. Under this privilege, we are going to publicly endorse John P. Rorick for the nomination for Representative of the second district, which embraces Lenawee county.

Mr. Rorick is a Seneca township man born and raised, and has lived within Lenawee county all his life, and in the township of his birth most to the time. He is one of the heaviest taxpayers of the township, is a “dirt” farmer in the truest sense of the word, at the present owning and personally operating one of the largest farm properties in the county. Besides being a practical and successful farmer he has had large experience in banking and business enterprises, having been on the original incorporators of the First National Bank of Morenci, acting as cashier of the bank for several years. Mr. Rorick is also a member of the County Road Commission, having been elected to that office when the county commission was first organized about six years ago and hold the position since.

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Untitled (John Swarts)

John Swarts, aged 80 years and five months, died at his home Saturday evening, November 4th, following an illness of two years due to complication of diseases. Mr. Swarts leaves his wife, one sister, Mrs. Hannah Ross of Penn Yan, and one brother, Hiram, of Himrod. The funeral was held at his late home Monday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Miller, pastor of the Dundee Baptist church, officiated. Burial was in Mount Grove cemetery. Sympathy is extended the family.

Source: Rushville Chronicle and Gorham New Age, November 10, 1916.

Wife Seeks Divorce

Because her husband persisted in telling her stories that were vile and vulgar and used corresponding language in the presence of her friends, Hazel Creson is seeking a divorce from Luther C. Creson. The complaint charges that he has a violent temper and an ugly disposition; has held her religion to ridicule. In addition he attended dances with other women, she says. She asks the custody of a minor, Doris Virginia, age 3, and whatever relief the court may order. The couple were married in Salem June 3, 1917.

Source: The Oregon Statesman, July 13, 1923.

John Swarts

John Swarts, of Himrods, died Saturday and was buried Monday afternoon. He was born in New Jersey June 9, 1836, but for many years had been one of the leading residents of Himrods. He is survived by wife; one son, Daniel, a resident of Illinois; a brother, Hiram, of Himrods; and a sister, Mrs. Hann [sic] Ross, of Penn Yan.

Source: Penn Yan Express, November 8, 1916.

Visiting Redding After Twenty Years

Mrs. W. Dave Kemble is in Redding to visit old friends and relatives for the first time in twenty years. She and her husband arrived here Saturday by automobile from their home in Seattle. They were accompanied by Miss Irene Carmer of Chehalis, Wash., sister of Mrs. Kemble, and four children of the family. Mr. Kemble left Monday for San Francisco on a business mission was accompanied there by Miss Irene Carmer and his daughter, Miss Bonnie Kemble. He is a son of Mrs. Margaret Gardner of this city, with whom Mrs. Kemble is visiting.

Mrs. Kemble is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Carmer, pioneers of Redding. Both parents died in Seattle about three years ago.

Source: Redding Searchlight, May 31, 1923.