The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1930 · Page 5
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, Ifl30 jRLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word for first insertion and one .cent a word for tach subsequent Insertion. No advertisement tiken for less than 50c. Count the words and send the cash. Phone 306 FOR SALE FOR SALE—Two Walker hounds, t'.vo arid five years old. one trained on 'deer, other partly train, ed. Both for $75. W. M. Taylor Kelser, Ark. 2P-K11 FOR SALE—Fire Insurance asency, pays $200 to $250 monthly. Largest company In world. Terms If desired. Address "B", % Courier News. 4P.K11 FOR SALE—Variety of populai songs— lOc per copy. 129 E Davis. C-K-10 FOR SALE—Dodge Sedan, excellent condition, 5 practically new tires 1030 license, way below value. $175 Phone 52, Mrs. Rosa Mills. 6P-K10 FOR SALE—Full blood Jersey cow Second calf and In her prime J. H. Anthony, Armorel, Ark. 8P-K10 FOR SALE—House car. Davis. 208 Wes 8P-K1 FOR RENT FOR, RENT—Furnished apartmehi garage. 305 Dougan. 5p-kl FOR RENT—Two rooms, furnishei for light .housekeeping, 625 Wai nut St., Phone 521. Mrs. S. P Cavendar. . 1C-TT FOR RENT—Furnished apartmen all newly furnished. Five room and bath. Can give possession De cember 15th. Located 1032 Wes Walnut Street. Phone L. L. Ward 650-9G8. 8CK-TF As Schwartz Pav^d Way Fpr Notre Dame's Victory ,:,v-.. : tm«.,ll'r . '^"-il 1 . M i ... 'I . 111 . ... , '.. ' I. .... ii ... . _4 s '' i' . ^ •'•sLvW-S Here's a flashy bit of action from Snturdny's great go me .at Los Anscles when Notre Dame completely upset the dope by defeating University of Southern .California 27 to 0 in the Intersections!-contest. Schwailz. Notre Dame hallbar*, is shown plunging over left Incklo for one of the gate which led to Notre Dame's first touchdown in the,opening qi:nrter_ when he passed the ball to Carideo, who. went over. ' Schwartz .Is indicated by the arrow. '.''-.'' SISTER MARY'S WANTED WANTED — Family Washhigs. Washed and Ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Brown, 704 S. Lake St. 17CK-TF WANTED—To trade .Oldsmoblle Sedan for good radio. Roberts Gai-ase, Broadway. 5C-K12 WANTED—Lady to call on homes. Good wages to right party. Apply at ones. 53s North Sixth St. • ' 6P-K9 PERSONAL NOTICE to whom it may concern. . I have posted my farm, N\^ of Section. 6, Township 15, Range 13 East," Mississippi County, Ark. Trespassers will be prosecuted. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 8 Cctcn closed steady. Open High Low Close Open High Low Close Dec. .. . 1028 1045 1022 1022 Jan .. . 1038 1055 1030 1031 Mar .. . 1067 1082 1053 1055 May ... 1091 1107 1078 1082 Jul ... . 1111 1123 1098 Ui>2 Oct .... 1132 1145 1113 1117 Spots clotfed steady at 997, off H. New York Cotton NEW YORK, Dec. 8. (UP)—COt- ton closed barely steady. Open High Low Close Dec. new 1033 1048 1021 1021 Dec. old 1038 1038 1023 1023 Jan. new 1039 1053 1029 1029 Jan. old 1038 1038 1030 1030 Mar 1066 1082 1055 -1057 May .... 1091 1109 10SO 1082 July .... 1110 1127 1100 1101 Oct 1128 1148 1116 1118 Spots closed steady at 1030, off 20. By, SISTER JIAHY XEA Sen-ice Writer Pumpkin pic Is essentially an American dish, but plum pudding as a dessert for Christmas dinner dates back to the days of the Normans. It has become symbolic oi the Christmas spriit, There is the very rich plum pudding full of fruit and spices which will keep a long time and should be eaten only a little at a time. These puddings are of very high food value and must be counted as an integral part of the meal. Small servings should be given at the end of a big Christmas dinner. Of course there are more simple puddings which answer the purpose and preserve the Christmas tradition. These puddings are at their best when freshly made, and for this reason may be difficult ta work in with the other dinner preparations. The rich plum pudding. makes . an ideal gift from the kitchen [ and, since It can be made sevi 'weeks in advance, does away with any last-minute Christmas rush. Important • Precautions The molds for the puddings must (UP)— be wel1 greased so that the- pud- • dings will slip out easily. The water' must not stop boiling during ttva steaming process and the covers of the molds must fit. closely, so that no moisture can get into the pudding while it is steaming. .With these precautions in mind, even the novice should have no difficulty in preparing and serving a perfect plum pudding for Christinas dinner. Our mothers spent hours ston- [ ing raisins, shedding citron and 1 chopping candied orange and lem- I Mrs. Keith-Miller to MIAMI, FLA., Dec. 8 (UP)—Mrs. J. M. Keith-Miller will take oil in her plane Wednesday for Washington and Pittsburgh, it was learned here today. At Washington she is expected to pay her respects to Admiral W. A. Moitatt. tread on peels but now these fruits can be purchased prepared for use. It Is also possible to buy excellent puddings in cans of -various sizes which need only to be thoroughly heated for serving. The following rule for plum pudding is tried and true. While the pudding is rich enough to keep perfectly it is not as rich as some which use twice the amount of suet. ' rlum I'udding Three cups soft stale Fly to Washington, D. C.| C1 ] P tfo'ur, 4™^! ° PP 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1-2 teaspoon grated nutmeg, 1-2 teaspoon ground cloves, I cup light brown sugar, 1-2 cup molasses, 1-2 teaspoon soda, 1 cup blanched and shredded almonds, <1 tablespoons tart jelly, 2 tablespoons coffee infusion, 1 cup cleaned currants, i cup seeded raisins, 1-2 cup shredded orange and lemon peel, 1-4 cup shredded citron. Choi) fruit and suet with flour Add crumbs and mix well. Beat yolks of eggs until thick and lemon colored and .>dd to first mixture. Dissolve soaa In coffee and add with salt, sugnr, spices, molasses and Jelly. Mix thoroughly and fold In whites of eggs beaten until still and dry. Turn into a well-oiled mold and steam five hcurs. Serve with liquid sauce and a garnish of whipped cream or hard sauce. Do not delay to pay PAVING AND SEWER TAXES Dec. 3lst Is the last Day. ay today and avoid the rus'.i. G. G. CAUniLt., Collector. HAT One bale or a train load. EAR CORN, 'shuck on, 88c bu. Shuck off, 66c per bu., in car lots. Cotton Si.ilcs Sales Co., Inc. Blythevllle, Ark. Phone 11-1 or LD 1806. , . PAVING TAX Time to pay Paving T.i\es is fcltlii)? short. The penalty is ioo high for anyone \o neglect jajlnj before the books Close— Belter Pay \b w _ C. J. EVKARI). Why 1'ay M oro Than Price For Auto Parts? JACKSON AUTO PARTS 2020 Miiin Phone (Jfi Daily Menu BREAKFAST—Baked pears, cereal, cream, crisp rye toast, marmalade, mitk, coffee.. LUNCHEON — Baked cheese sandwiches. head lettuce with French dressing, prune puddlne milk, tea. DINNER—Noodle soup pan hro'.l- ed l»rk chops, twice baked sweat potatoes,; corn custard, stulTed prune salad, bran rolls, canned peaches, milk, coffee. CONSCIENCE THEFT FAILKD KENOSHA, WIs. (UP)—Waiter Lang will have a police escort tc the city limits soon and not a water's stay at the jail as ho had planned. His theft of a salt cfcakor and his claim thereafter resulted In a five-day sentence . You Buy Postage Stamps the value' is constant, When you buy other things like clothes, an auto or a home va'hies.change and unless someone accepts :the responsibility of keeping'Up the" repairs on your home; it will lose a good part of its value. • A HOME NEEDS ATTENTION -.-.-.. / . t •' ''. : Its value. cali..be kept constant and increasing if you keep up repairs and modernise'it as time moves on.' Why lose values'by"'allowing the home'to. rundo\v'ri?. Let us'make the needed repairs a'nd;; ; Pay Out of Income Phone 100 OUR BOARDING HOUSE GWIS CLUB 6AAJ(3 GO -To WoKk HOW To RAISE CHRISTMAS' VOLVRSELF -THIS AMP -Tfcv/S TOR -Trie AMP SQMS UELP. COLLECT PEOPLE crrY TEUi. BAPIO -TALK'S 1 is OWE WEAR HELP i 01 s THIS COMrAUWl-Nl CHRISTMAS ., TOR ALL I KlEPYOUR HOME IH GOOD REPAIR Check This List ; See If your 'home nt*4s »nj of these repairs or improvfmrntj . BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES . ABSOLUTELY! By Msittin WEN 60*46 TO TRW Tt%O<> I 1 . NtW TtVVfS COMfb 1» ANtJ 'Vow BOOT& WM-ST More closet • Shelling Cupboards • Deorj • Carafe : New walks OT driveways ' New floors over old ^2 KooBne. . Paint Screens or screen doors Repair or mover side ' ialls frcnt entrance \Vindowtj or frames Ntw trim 1'artitioiis Enclose porch O\O BUMPS Cf\Wi. -\0 SCHOOL? HOW ABOOT "\V\M ? O\0 STIOi WO TV«M HOW Cf\M. VX BJtR. 9&WNTO.ON VOO aoore. wouvo RATHER. VOOM6. HAVE AUVJAVS i«xo You couu> HORSE'S SeATlMS STEPS, THAT YOU COULO N VWAT'S THAT FOUND •2 THE MYSTERY HORSE'S HOOFN>ARJ<S..: JUST FRESH NARXS, Too.... LOO*!.' us ouo HERMIT HAS IF DECANT SEE tT IN DAYU1SHT, SEE IH THE DARK 1? COULD BIDE A MORSE, REp>R£ Yooa vsay EVES, AVID Htfr BE SEEM ....CAM OF -me MYSTCSV Rioea 1WHN To BS SEcTK>H Or TpTHAT-A Lime OH teep VXIR EVES OPCNt! BESINH1HS To BEUEME rr "THEY HEAR THE LOW, ..• /v fASW'r'KV/n <-' ^ •.'jK.feS-.i'STiSH.. ._. 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