The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1934 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT BLVTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 6, It's Great With Moat Loaf,Thb Relish Y:G±:-.-* Bloov At Iced Meeting sour, milk; one to one nnd one half teaspoons salt. ff flours together, stir the soda Jnio ihe sour milk, mix. alter-, ntttijiy with the {lour and molas- adding tf*; salt last. Pour Inlo ,a pound bnklhg powder can ell rubbed with shortening and bake in a moderate oven, 350 degrees, for one hour. Or steam two nours, and tlniih In the oven, with cover off to brown the iop. Fill can In either case only three fourths full, 'nils may also be bnked In a pan with a funnel certler. SI'ENCER. Iowa (UP)—A violin which utilize. 1 ! the principle. 1 ! of the plnno lias been Invented and patented by H. Mux Maine, Spen- oer musician. One section on the face of Hi- Inslrument Is a i>!,,te which serves to 'carry the tension of tile four strings. In ordinary 'violins thl£ temkm cum pi esses the sound box .under ubuiit 100 pounds of pressure aud prevents Ihe free and unhindered vlbnition of tho sounding board. The device Invented by Maine frees the sound box of this pressure with resultant fullness and clearness of tone. The new violin has two complete sound bod'ps. one loruieii dhcctly under Ihe • oilier. Two c! the strings pl.iy Uie upper violin trdj. while the ctUi two prodtrt? the touts from the lower. Small Boat Expkrer Sail* Magellan Straits WASHINGTON (UP)-In a 26- oot boat, Amnn Burg, explorer and navigator, successfully nr.vl- l»l«d the turoiilent, ccldoni- traveled waters between cap,' Horn und the Strait, of Magellan desplu; dangerous weather conditions, according 10 dlsputchc.s iv i-elved by the National oo graphic . Society. During his lr | pi Ul( , a ,i vlcfs ,.„. vealed. Burg cncouiiU'rcd mountainous waves, hlgu wlnils .„„ swift currents which many lime. drove ' him from )H S course In drenching ruin and blindlm- snow stonns. He made tlic Jourwy In tt r e- oullt Coast. Guard surf bout. Tile objectives o! tlie oue-jiv,,, expedition, It was explained WHC to explore Islands and littic- kiiown water passages near Cuiw Horn, and to study ana uliuto- graph tlw fnst-viinlshlns iiiiiive Indians of lliai region ROXY Friday & Saturday Mat. 2:30, I0-25c Nile 6M5.. 10-2f.c l Last Time Today Hiit, ~i :M, 10-25c Nile ti.-.|f). .J0-45c Head Courier News Want- Ads. Forty' y«a.M o1 rnrikal imitation, flrst us a Socialist, then M a Communist, hurt not dimmed HID nhille or ".Voilier" JCIhx lleeve Blnor vijien she appeared *1 the Cleveland convention nf ilia Communist parly, as shown here.. 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GET A JAR-TODAY. .We say to you honestly that your money will be returned without a question If It fails. 30c and 50c at all dealers The 3al»e Co., Inc., Marlon, Kentucky, . ' SWIL Florhide ; kes old floors new!\ ll These were reuuested recently. by o New England reader. They nfe worth having in every household. for both nrc (oods we all should know. .' • . OU Fashioned Bean Ponidre One • nnd one half cups dried beans: one pound corned beet; r.ne- fourth pound lean salt pork; three nuarts wa'er: four medium sized potatoes sliced; two medium onions sliced: dashes of cayenne: dumplings. ' '.'' Tt>e soiin msv be sereedwlthor without., dumpllnes' bul tile old fashioned wav included thertump- lin«s. It is miiallv made fn large quantities and reheated, and is better after several reheating;. Small white beans nre best: the beef should be one piece with no ' prlstle and no fat and 'should not he verv salt: with a little bone if possible. Soak the beans over nieht. drain, add. with .beef and the uncut norX to tr»" water and bring' to boiling removing the 'rum as it rises. Simmer three hours or longer. Add notnto. onion .and Dep"»r and simmer another hour. Durine all the cooX- Init .add n little hot water from time to time, so as to kern the ruantlty of tlw liquid what it was i In trie beginning. ! For the last twelve minutes of »be cooking add the dumplings. \ Cornmeal dumplinos are much ' used, ns these crumble while they rook and thicken the porrldee. Hc. move the bone and pork and beef Wore serving, or a little of the beef mav be shredded and return<••! to the porridge. Let cool and stand over nHht. Reheat before rtrvine. If dumplings are not wanted In the porridge, serve toasted cornbread with It. cFLORHIDE ENAMEL 10 HMdem colors <Hr'*theloi>r^couw>7tob««u- < I t«r.yptir Oodnl Florfaidc U kpe- I cU float.enoet, 'aaie to rcdtt | bvdMt WHU-. 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