The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1942 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 16, 1942
Page 3
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THURSDAY, APRIL 1G, 1942 BLYT1IEV1LLB (AUK.), COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Dell News M. U. Ha* Woman's Missionary Union Dell Baptist Church met •mSlay al'ternoon at the home of •s. J. M. Stevens for a Royal rvice Program. Thirteen mem- :s and two new members, Mrs. imer Boron and Mrs. Gillie bb, were present, lie meeting opened with song, owed with prayer by Mrs. Whaley. The devotional was led by Mrs. Allen Karelin. As each member entered "she was given a white flower to be pinned over her heart. Attached to the stem were the words "Blessed are the Pure in Heart." A silhouette signifying pure hands was arranged on a table. As each speaker gave her part on the program she placed an object on the table. Those taking part and their subjects were: Mrs. Robert Priest, Mrs. Carl Pepple, Mrs. Sigman, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. C. A. Smith. Mrs. O. Wilson, Mrs. M. W. Lewis, Mrs. Whaley, Mrs. C. H. Downs. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. M. W. Lewis. The hostess served iced drinks and cake. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Jim Henderson in Blytheville. Nutrition Class Meets Fifteen members of the nutrition class met to hear Mrs. Freeman Robinson, home economics teacher of Blytheville, talk on "Sugar Substitute" Thursday night at the regular class meeting. This was the fourth lecture in the series. After Mrs. Robinson's discussion, a sugarless cake with sugarless icing was served to the members. Several sugarless recipes were given to each one present. All mothers are urged to attend the next meeting Thursday night, officers in charge stated. * * * Honor Miss Wallace A treasure hunt was given in j honor of Miss Carlenc Wallace's birthday by Miss Irene Magers and her mother in their home Saturday night. Miss Wallace and W. T. Pillow found the treasure. After the hunt the 26 guests were Belter Than A Letter •' Chocolate cakr, with bHlcrswccl frosting, gets a warm welcome from boys in the armed fortes. served ice cream their hostesses. and cake by UNITED LIQUORS Wholesalers — Distributors JLiUIe Rofik - Ft. SmilU George Bailey of Freed-Hardeman College will hold his regular appointment at the Church of Christ Sunday. Miss Eurlecne Brinn, who has teen visiting with her brother, John Brinn, and family of Columbus, Miss., returned home Monday. Mrs. John Brinn and son, John Hardeman, returned with her. Miss Helen Armstrong spent the week end in St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs. Don K. Senders and son. Miss Vcster Dcnsmorc, Miss Monnie Brinn and J. H. Brinn went to Paragould Friday night for the Freed-Hardeman Alumni Banquet. |Army Boys Vote Chocolate Cake Their Favorite e ANGKI, ft A If C Q0 R.)0i> kin- vHHC 09 Boys Invited To Join Class I n Telegraphy Twelve boys are enrolled in the night school for telegraphy held at the Frisco Depot and supervised by W. S. Johnston. The school, | army votes chocolate as its favor- originally a Boy Scout project, is j ite flavor, now open to any youth interested in this type of work. The boys arc displaying so much FOR SALE N SEED Certified Coker 100 Strain 3. Sioneville 2-B. Several Tons—Wilds Long Staple . HUGHES GIN CO. Phone 3141 Blytheville I5y MRS. GAYNOll MADDOX NliA Service Stuff Writer Any young .sister of u boy in the armed forces will toil you nothing is Loo good for hoi''soldier or .sailor brother. As part of her education in wartime participation in the family's commissary department, allow her to bake a regal cake to send to the boys in camp. The CHOCOLATE CHANGE CAKI2 Two and one-quarter cups sifted cake flour. 2M teaspoons double- interest in their work" that Mr. acting baking powder, li teaspoon Jihnston has agreed to work wiUi|«iH, '.{: cup butter or other sliort- them for an indefinite length of cning, 2 teaspoons grated orange y me ] rind, 1 cup light corn syrup, 2 The class meets on Tuesday audits, unbeaten \± cup milk, iVi Fridav nights. l lc ?JPOons vamlla. Sift Hour once, measure, add Fire TrobJem Halts Champ baking powder and salt, and sift together three times. Cream short- BRCOKItfGS, Ore. c UP)-The < ni »8 with orange rind; add syrup district champion Brookings high gradually, beating well after each school basketball team' stayed away from the state tournament this year—not uf its own 'accord, but because of tire rationing and the long trip involved. Burton's 411 Service 411 W. Ash St., - Phone D53 WASHING - GREASING Rain Checks Given Cars called lor and delivered! addition. Add V\ of flour and beat Jack Sprat Country Gentleman, Cream Style No. 2 Can 1H C LIMA BEANS, fresh green and white, Argo No. 2 can, each 13c PINEAPPLE JUICE, DelMonte Natural 47 oz. can, each 29c GREEN'S PASTEURIZED GRADE A MILK, DELIVERED FRESH TWICE DAILY ., Lsr^s 2ti« KRAUT, American Beauty Fancy ....No. 2 can, 2 cans 19c KIDNEY BEANS, Joan of Arc regular size can 3 cans 25c COFFEE, Maxwell House Regular or drip 1-lb tin 34c Belhrifty) (-BuyThree 3 for 21c PEANUT BUTTER, Fancy full quarts 27c f GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, Jack Sprat 47 oz. can, each 18c | MILK., Amboy, the milk you know 3 large or 6 small 25c J PINEAPPLE JUICE, Libby's Natural 211 can 12 oz. can lie I PORK AND BEANS, Armour's Fancy Mb. can, 3 cans ^5c I PEAS, Green Giant large and tender, garden fresh No. 303 can 17c < •—•»•—••-—•^"••"••^^^"^^••""•^""•^^"^•^"••^"•••••••••^•^^"•"•••.••^^^••••^•^•^^••^^•.^M^^^^™^^^^^^™^^^^^^™^—^"^™" i MACARONI, with Cheese, Franco-American . 12c S 1 PEARS, Parkdale Fancy halves in heavy syrup „ No. 21 can 23c \ TOMATOES, Standard hand packed No. 2 can lie | GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS, sweetened Ferndell No. 2 can, each 15c | CABBAGE, Texas fresh and green .. medium heads, Ib. 2k 3 1 m _ HAMS, whole or 1, 14 to 16 Ib. avg. Ib. 35c BACON, siiced, rind off Ib. 32c PORK ROAST, shoulder or loin Ib. 34c PORK CHOPS, center cuts, Ib. 36c; end cuts, Ib. 34c STEAK, loin, !b. 35c; chuck Ib. 30c FRANKFURTERS „ Ib. 22c CHEESE, full cream PORK BRAINS LARD, loose, pure OLEO, Tasty SAUSAGE, mixed, Ib. 8c; 2 Ibs. for until smooth. Add eggs, onc ; at a time, beating well after each. Add remaining flour in thirds, alternately with milk in halves, beating very well after each addition. Add vanilla. Bake in two greased layer pans in moderate oven (375 degrees F.) 30 minutes, or until done; or greased Ox9x2-in. pan in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 45 minutes, or until done. Spread Bittersweet Chocolate Frosting on top and sides. BITTERSWEET FROSTING Eight, squares unsweetened chocolate, 1 cup sugar, 2-3 cup water. Melt chocolate in double boiler. Bring sugar and water to a boil. Cool until lukewarm^ Add gradually to chocolate, stirring until blended and cool. CHOCOLATE NUT SQUARES (Makes 20 squares) ' j Three-quarter package semi-sweet 'chocolate, r -> cup sifted flour, \'» Lcisspoon salt, Vis cup sugar, 1 egg. well beaten, 1 teaspoon melted butter or other shortening, 2 teaspoons hoi water, 2-3 cup broken walnut meats. Cut each square of chocolate into j several pieces. Sift flour once, measure, aeld baking powder and .salt, and sift again. Add sugar gradually to egg, beating thoroughly. Add butter and water; then add nuts and chocolate, mixing thoroughly. Mix flour gradually. Turn mixture into 8x8x2-inch pnn which has been greased, lined with waxed paper, and again greased.' Bake in slow oven (350 degrees F.) 25 to 30 minutes. Cool. Remove from pan. Cut in squares. colds easily? Tire quickly? You may be among the-tout of 10 who ,arc "vitamin starved." ; An easy economical pro' lection is Kroner's Clock i Bread — Thiron-Hnrichcd with Vitamin B, for .ready energy, Iron for' iblood-building, Nicoliuic Acid for nerve repair. 3ibs. Spoil IK; hi. 63c SHORTENING llumko or Jewel 2 U). CrUis. Play Tournament Scheduled Saturday The annual North Mississippi County 4-H Club Play Tournament will be held Saturday at the Lcach- villc High School Auditorium beginning at 10 a.m.. according to Ivan Gilliland, assistant county agent. This play tournament is held annually in North Mississippi County and much interest and enthusiasm is shown by the number of club? that, participate. Mr. Gilliland said Clubs which have already turned in their cntric.s are: Recce, Paw- hcen. Boynton, Gosnell. Promised Land. Yarbro and Box Elder. Others arc expected to enter by Friday. The public 5s invited to attend and enjoy some of the activities in which the 4-H Clubs of the county participate, the sponsors said. Ib. 29c Ib. 20c ..Ib. 16c . Ib. 18c -. 15c Too Late to Classify Buy Defense Bonds, Stamps Friday, Saturday, Monday, April 17, 18 & 20 L. NABERS GROCERY & MARKET We Deliver 104 S. Division Street Phone 501 Buy Defense Bonds, Stamps FOR SAM: House with living room. 2 bedrooms, breakfast room, kitchf n. sun room, bath. Garage. 3 room poultry house, grape vines and fruit trees. Life time fence around back. 411 E. Ky. Price $1.750 Cash or half cash and balance $2:1 per month. Dan Orrcll, 1095 Court, Memphis, Tcnn. 16-pk-24 For INSURANCE of all Kinds See G. G. Caudill Agency Glcncoc Hotel Bids. Ph. 2183 Blytheville, Ark. Country Club Mil It ;: Tal1 (<:ms IfllLH or (> Small Cans .......... Milk, Adv. Hraiuls, :.J tall or (> small cans 25c The all-Brazilinn blent! you'll prefer for Ihvor and freshness! Save up to a dime a pound! MATCHES Si'archiighl (> Uoxes 25 SALAD Miracle Whip Quart 39 Salad DRESSING Embassy H) «/. S'/. 19 COFFEE, Max. House, Ib. . 30c Satis I; your .tamlly'i «e«t tooth- ColVeo, French Hrand, ll>. 27c Corned Heef, Armour's . 2Uc ColTec, Chase & S'brn, !b Me CRACKERS •C. C. (Jraham, 8 <>/. - - l()c Wcseo (irahani, 2 Ibs. - - 22c SPAM :i2e Packers Fruit COCKTAIL 2 No. 1 Cans 29 Cookies. TatVee, ll>. A lure Soap, LJar — Morton's SALT rialn or iodized,- 2 for!,.. - 15c. — 5c 15c CORN "Pride of Illinois/' No. 303 Can 10 SODA Arm £ Hammer 3 1 12 o/. l» 9000 U. S. P. Units VITA- ' MIN A added pound. CALUMET MAKING POWDER Hi o/. si/e 15 utiil Growing MASH, 2.Vlb. sack . ......... 100 Ib. Sack — — $3.35 CORN FLAKES £"sf s 3 "? w 25 S\vansdown CAKE FLOUR 21 Compare only wi/K 35c oilj — Pay only 100% PURE PENNSYLVANIA Klotz Soda 2-2 Ib. Bxs. 29c Campbell's TOMATO JUICE 3 Cans for 25 KARO 5LB. 1 " IJlue - 32c Segjecl Can U.S.Taxtnd. ROUND OR SWISS STEAKS Kroner's' Qualify licef THICK RIB ROAST Ib. 25c Kroner's Quality Beef GENUINE CALF LIVER, sliced Ib. 39c Whiting or 0 „ OQ Pan Trout 2 IDS. Z9C SMOKED BACON, piece Ib. 23c JUMBO VEINED SHRIMP Ib. 35c WINDSOR AMERICAN CHEESE 2 Ib. loaf 55c SWEET JUICY FLORIDA Oranges 5 U). J!AG RED-RIPE LOUISIANA TINT CRISP, WELL BLEACHED FLORIDA Celery 5c STALK RED WASHED Potatoes 39c 1(1 U)s. HOME GROWN Radishes 2 RCHS. DUE TO PRESENT MARKET CONDITIONS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTIFIES. KROGER PIGGLY WIGGLY L<>\ ACCEPT THIS AMAZING GUARANTEE •QUALITY^) ""7 mfl 7 Kroger brand item. Likt it u well r^l at ot better i tha» any «ther. «c retnm •nosed w portion in original container a»d fet FREE in any brand we •elU*ret»rdless of pric*. J53S.JlLcr.ii.

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