Love to take a day’s drive in any direction and do
in ole buildings which house antiques.
Not much into furniture, but
things like old cookbooks
catch my eye and I usually find me a chair and sit
a while going through the pile. One such day the wife
and I ventured
over to Mound City, Missouri and found
a couple places to enjoy.
was there I found this old tattered book published
by Casey and Timm Funeral
Home in Auburn, Nebraska.
The phone was 93 in Auburn and 101 in Stella,
can venture a guess of the date. In those days the
even offered the thoughtful service
of “ambulance service.”
submitted were from pioneer ladies by the
names of: Mrs. Eleanore McMullen,
Cora Helmick, Mrs.
Mazy Mason, Mrs. H. W. Schulz, Mrs. Elvin McQueen,
John Chism, Mrs. Emma Higgins, etc.
Found me a recipe I think I will give
a try. “Meat
Loaf” submitted by Mrs. L.M. Van Deventer. The
2 lbs. pork sausage (ground)
3 cup cracker crumbs or bread crumbs
1 pint canned tomatoes
Mix together ingredients, add
milk to make a soft roll.
Put in pan and cover with bacon strips. Pour over
2 cups of milk with tomatoes and bake 2 hours. Add
Wife says sounds greasy but what the heck, never
worry about fatty acids, grease, and such.
Bettcha it filled your tummy and
kept you warm while
sawing wood for the furnace in the winter or