The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1930 · Page 5
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1930 RI.YTHEVIUyE. (ARKJ COURIER OMLV -THREE MORE. DAV.S -To TbR -fife AMP '{30ES CHRISTMAS I CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word for first Insertion and one cent a word for each subsequent insertion. No advertisement taken for less than 50C. Count the words and send the cash. I'hone 800 FOR SALE FOR SALE—Nice white table peas 5c pound. Lake. O. H. Akin, 901 South 20P-K2' FOR RENT FOR RENT—Two rooms and bath furnished or tmfurnishcd, closi in. 700 West Ash St. 10C-T. FOB RENT — Four room house newly papered and palntecj 1n side. On paved street. Oarage L Fowler, Phone 883 or 450-J. 18C-TF SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN Eight Dollars a Pound Monument for Hugo FOB RENT—3 room furnished apt. GOO N. 5th street. 18»-k21. IN DELL—FOR RENT—3 room house, $8.00; 4 room house, $11. L. Fowler, Phone 888 or 450-J. 18C-TF FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, private bath, 207 North Filth street. Also 20 acre farm for sale adjoins Pride addition. Six room houss, several outbuildings. C. S. Baggett, phone 846W. 19a-k23 FOB RENT—Sleeping room in steam healed home on Main st Two young men preferred. Address H Courier News. 19c-ktf FOR RENT—Sleeping room convenient to bath. 201 E. Davis Phone 25. - !0c-k23 FOR RENT — Comfortable sleeping room, close in, man only 102 W. Davis, Phone 385. 20P-K24 BY SISTER MAKY NEA. Service Writer One of the "smartest" ways to begin a dinner 'or luncheon is with a canape. This Is much like the French hors d'oeuvre hi that It always Is highly seasoned and serves to whet the appetite. The literal meaning of canape is sofa, but ihe culinary Interpretation imp'les a small piece of toast upon which savories are served In addition to their distinctive seasonings, these little appetizers must be alluringly colorful to intrigue the eye. Many hostesses like to serve them in the llvln com Just neforu dinner. If 111'. •> re served as finger foods, as they sually are, great care must be aken in their making that they not greasy or otherwise diffi' ult to eat. When they are served as in? irst course at the table, each can-! pe is placed on a dolly on a small late, which in turn Is placed on he service plate. These canapes re eaten with a small fork and an be made a bit larger than the inge'r variety. A Bread Foundation The foundation always is thin lices of bread,, toasted or sauted n butter. White, brown, rye or whole bread can be used. It can be cut lu fancy ' shapes or short, narrow r strips and the savory may be hot or cold. Neatness and daintiness in appearance, smallness in size and a decided piquancy in flavor are essential when making any tyye of canape. The simplest is made by ipreading the toast with a savory butter. The butter Is creamed and mixed with an equal amount of WANTED WANTED -- Family Washings Washed and ironed by compe tent white woman. Mrs. Brown 704 S. Lake St. 17CK-TF POULTRY WANTED—Market pri ccs, any quantity. Marilyn Hat chery, 210 S. Fourth St. ' 9C-Th LOST AND FOUND LOST—Ladies black felt hat. Re ward Tor return to Kirby-Bc Drug Co. lac- Planned at Rouen OUR BOARDING HOUEN. (UP)—A monument to Victor Hugo Is lo be erected BOOH iH>ar the spot where (lie grealesl tragedy of Ills lite w»j staged between Vlllequlcr and Caudcbec «n Caux, In Normandy. It will be close lo the place where smother nionu- ir.cnt will mark the *pot where ts and Bellontc QUll French oil on their trans-Atlantic night. This poignant tragedy, which acldened Victor Hugo's life was he accidental drowning at Leopol- ine Hugo a»d her bridegroom, vlitch occurred during their honey- noon. It broke the poet's heart. nit Inspired "Les Contemplations," onsldercd by many his master- >lecc. The monument will lie constructed nor the one-time summer home of Hugo. Nearby, Adele Hugo, \\lfo >t the poet, Leopoldlne autl her Imsbaud arc burled. Beef at $8.30 a pound is out of reaion lor the ordinary pooltet book, but 8-year-old Paul F. Tolan, Jr., above ol Farmlngdale, Mo received that amount lor his Angus calf, pictured with the youth, i the Third Annual Boys' and Girls' Calf Club Show and Sale at th« St Louis Livestock Exchange. 56972. It won an The calf, auctioned oil, brought additional $305 in prizes. Pau Bom »Slh Two T«lh OREGON CITY, ORE., (UP) — Gladys Robinson last week came intp tho world with two perfect teeth. Mt-rry Christinas for Them CHF,LSEA, MASS,, (UP)—Christmas will be merry for Mr. and Arthur Tarrara and their 12 children. Just as Tarrara started his 12th week without a Job he received the first installment of a 123,000 bequest from an uncle. PERSONAL WILL GIVE unemployment, of receipts "to relief. Haircut 25c, Shave loc. Work Guaranteed. C. E. Bradley Barber Shop, 318 E. Main. 18C-K31 WILT. TRADE—1928 model I'.i ton Ford truck for poultry, hogs or cattle. Address "B", % Courier News. 21P-K24 I Do not delay to p-iy 1 PAVING AND SEWER TAXES Dec. 31st is the last Day. Pny today and avoid the rush. G. G. CAUDILL, Collector. AUTO PAINTING We will arrange time payments. Get our prices and save. Genuine Duco \\. 1. Denton Chevrolet Co. I8c-k26 any highly seasoned material such as anchovy, sardines, crab meat, chervil, bloater, herring, horseradish, cheese, mayonnaise or mustard, More elaborate ones are made with combinations of materials. Caviar is, of course, the first choice for the perfect canape, but there are many other delicious fid- bits to serve in its place. Anchovy paste creamed with softened cream cheese, smoked salmon combined with minced chutney sauce—these are delicious and unique combinations. There is another type of canape that is served on a toothpick. One of the most popular of these is made of stuffed olives and bacon stuffed olive is wrapped in partially cooked slice of bacon and a toothpick is thrust through it to io!d it in place. The preparet olive is put into a hot oven long enough to crisp the bacon. Thej must be served immediately. Many other piquant combinations can bi vorked out by the cook who take stock of her seasonings and con diments. * + * Daily Menu I BREAKFAST — Grape fruit! juice, cereal, cream, fried cornmeal mush, syrup, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON—Vegetable chowder, rye bread and cheese sandwiches, apple compote, milk, tea.' DINNER—Baked halibut, slio.'- string potatoes, mashed turnips, shredded celery, carrot and pepper salad, pineapple cottage pudding, milk, coffee. New York Cotton THE BLACK CAT COFFEE SHOri'E Now announces new monthly rites for regular patrons. 3 regular meals daily— $30 7.cr month. Single Jlcal—Sl)c. Plate Lunch lUc HAY One bale or a train load. EAR CORN, shuck on, B8c bu. Shuck off, BCc per bu., in car lots. Cotton Staies Sales Co., Inc. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 174 or LD 1800. Cp-OPERAtE WITH ! MNTA CLAUS «,, Home Improvements are Gifts that the Whole Family can Enjoy Some Christmas Gift Suggestions Check This List 600TS AND HER! BtDDIES Sun-Porch [] Children's Play Room [] Cheery! Fireplace [] New Kitchen Floor • . •[] Re-Surface Floors Throughout House [] Redecorate Rooms [] Remodel Bathroom [] Add Needed Closets [] Provide ftlore Light by New/Windows or Glass \ Doors . French Poors Built-in; Cupboards, Ironing Board; Etc. Oak Floors Breakfast Nook Cedar Lined Closets : ' Sleeping Porch NEWS VIA BOOTS [] n LI n LI [i [] NEW YORK, Dec. 22. lUP) — Cotton closed steady. Open High Labor and Material are both Cheaper t]ian they, have been for years. Let us do the work and PAY OUT OF INCOME Dec. new 975 Dec. old 980 Jon. new 979 Jan. o!d 972 915 980 982 976 Mar. May July Oct. .... 1006 1010 .... 1033 1037 .... 1057 1CGO .... 1076 1019 Low 9SG 963 067 959 994 1020 1044 1063 Close 967 968 968 960 994 1021 1047 10S6 HIM ! \Vw Wt MOW f\ to TVW %OOTfe Spots closed quiet at 980, ofl 5. PAVING TAX Time lo pay P.avinf Taxes is Setting Eliorl. The penally is :ou high for anyone to ncfilccl Wiiif brforc the books Close- Better Pay Now— C. J. EVBARD. Local anfl lonj distance hauling. Special rates on carload lots. Team for local hauling. V. K. WASIIAM TRANSFER 1400 Chlcknsan-Ln Phone 85' Call WALPOLE l''or Electric Work Phono 3M New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. DCC. 22. (UP)— Colon closed steady. Open High Low Close Dec 978 973 967 967 Jan 981 9S5 967 967 Mar 1005 100D 991 992 May .... 1033 1037 1017 1019 July 1055 1057 1043 I043b Oct 1072 1075 1058 1058 Spots closed steady at 904, off 10. FRECKLES f AI y> ,*n^.£ R IMR s GEE.' ^FRE AM I? Ofi\ES—"* FRECKLES IS ItETTER! o«coo i3oor rtA,eivE,N-fo FfSCIttES- BY Me,i Wear More Winter Clothing Than Women PULLMAN. Wash. (UP)—Men live In tropical climates, while YS'O- men exist in Alpine atmosphere during the winter months, according to He'en K. Robson, Washington Slate college home economics Instructor. Men wear move clothes in proportion to their svetghl. than women, and more than nature equips its animals with, who must rely upon one fur coat. The average man wears 15 pounds of clothing during winter i months, she declared. Women wear about a tenth as much in proportion lo their weights. S EFfECf. A SLlOKfi-Y ouu.er BRo.ssp V WGGEP <X'f LAP RESPOND-/" 1 QUICKUY-, RANCH. WONDER \VWERt HE IS—-AND USCLE CLEM ANC THE GOLLY! IFEEL icrfs By Blossei HOPED YOJD COME AROUND SHOifliY.-THE OLD HERMIT-SURE KNEW WAT TO GWE YOU, DOGWOOD HOME'? HOME// GEE, GUT SOUND? GOOD/ UNCLE CLEM SENT OSSIE BMX HOMir DAY? AND DAY? AGO. VJELL, YOU JUST 6E QUIET FOR A LrffLE 6117 MAVSE UKE WfYEH 'SURPCOTS-- <3£E—1 ,WUAT IT \S. WASH TUB1JS Why l>uy Alorc Than Half Price For Auto Paris? JACKSON AUTO PAUTS 2020 Main Photic GG TRAIN CUPS OFF AUTO WHATLEY. Mass. (UPl-Likc a [ gigontic pair of scirsors. the loco- • motive o( an cxpresse train clipped . olf the entire front of Albert Hall's i motor truck on a local grade crossing and let! him sitting at the c wheel, iniscralclied. The hoocl. eu- i gine anrt front wheels were swop! j away in the collision. | , M*6 VOU? ^HO WlLLlMC COSTIV ORANOE'S OFFER.f WHWl NEMtfi H6^E.D > Of MftRlO W.DROK, RICHEST CEUTRPA. (VWERlUft, tttft) Of COLOSSAL PROJECTS NOT-l'OK SALE f By Crami .tf£ONS, XOU IDIOT! PflESEMT 6OVJECNMENT UNFftlEMOLV - FOOLS, N4D Kff. STILL CftK'l&ET tttLUSlvJE MOWOWM-I vou WP*IT TO ust OUR m\iEWws to'socn OUT THE tOijEtkJMENT. W£M Sot>XL VOT IN ^ FLOCK O 1 CHEW C.ROOKS, VJHO'LL Lfcl ' SOU STEPiL. W\LUONS 0' POLLfkRS y FOR &SONG. Wrt GVT OUT <? '

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