The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1939 · Page 8
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-PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)'.COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939 said to lie experimenting with the jralii. "There Is no basts except habit for the visual American preference for cora or wheat bread," Miss Frcida Mac Lcwrlght, food expert for the FSA, said. "A little dxperl- nentlni; with whole train sorghum meals will add variety to the iiomemaker's list of dishes." Gram Sorghums Declared Tasly Wilh High Food Value Mind Your Manners WASHINGTON. — Tiie Department of Agriculture Is promiitlr r B new breakfast food, mtule fioi -.grain sorghums. The grain's, feterlla, kafir an' 1 , inilo, are said to compare favorably with corn nnd wheat cereals I" taste and •nutritional value. Heretofore, they had been used only for livestock feed: Increasing popularity of the new cereal is predicted by the department's food experts. The Farm Security Administration has Instructed its home demonstration agents to Introduce it among low- Income farm families. Tests made by the department showed the food value of groin sorghums only slightly below corn and wheat. Raw white com has 1,758 calories )>cr pound whlk fetcrita lias 1,130. heat lias 1,07£ per pound. Further Research Planned "In the light of these facts, the Farm; Security Administration considers itself. on safe ground tn sponsoring the grain sorghums as a food, though there nre many things we would like to know," an PSA official said. - The circumstances which prompted the FSA to sponsor the new food were largely financial. .Grain sorghum is the cheapest •.source of several food elements. It is grown extensively In the Southwest. "The grain sorghums may be used as n breadstuff as well as a breakfast cereal. When finely ground it makes an excellent muf- i fin," the food experts said. "They have demonstrated their qualities In scores of communities. Cheaper Tlivm While Flour "The grain sorghums constitute a breadstuff both more wholesome and less expensive than white flour customarily used," a FSA report said. "The flavor Is n surprise to people who have considered such grains largely ns nn economy measure." County management supervisors for the FSA make regular visits to families which have borrowed from the administration making demonstrations: They carry along a small hand grist mill and n sii[)l>ly of grain. They claim thousands of converts to tile new food. Several cereal manufacturing companies are Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking ••COURTS Mrs, Ruth nobblns has filed suit in chancery court agahibt Tom Rcbblns, asking for n divorce on the ground of Indignities. Her nl- lorney i.s Howard Mnyes of Lcach- villc. Slclla Samples, negro woman, wns fined ten dollars in municipal court today sifter having pleaded uullty to a charge of disturbing the peace by lighting. California Marriages Slump SACRAMENTO, Cnl. (UP)—M a result of California's "gin-marriage" law which requires a three member of the club. High sc^re | prize, a sugar and cream set, went to Mrs. W. C. Wall. The hostess served a salad plate nnd fruit punch. • • * Miss Mary Nell OliU Is visiting In Plalnvlow, Tex. She plans to be nwiiy several weeks. Miss Jewel Dunehow has re- lumed home from a six weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. G. W. Steele, at Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Hall will lie the guests of Mrs. H. 11. Hughes, of Chicago, for the next two weeks. Mrs. I. G. Bruce spent the weekend In Blytlievlllc with lier claugli- against the authoritative answers |<la> : (lcc i at gti:n of intention to wed, before a license can be Issued, one- fourth of California marriages arc being performed In nearby states. The favorite Gretiifi Greens urc Mexico, Nevada and Arlzina. below; 1. In speaking to a social ac- (tuaintancc whose wife you do not call to her first name, should you say "Your wife" or "Mrs. James"? " What should a servant call the daughter of the house? 3. May n man call Ills mother- in-law and father-in-law by their "irsl names? 4. Should a woman ever call her son-in-law "Mr. Drown"? If n woman asks you to call her by her first name, and you feel strange doing it, since she Is so much older, should you continue calling her "Miss So-and-so"? What would you do If— You are n young woman and you are meeting a much older woman. Would you— (a) Call her by her fust name Immediately? (b) Call her "Miss" or "Mrs." until she suggests that you call her by her first mime? (c) Say, "Let's drop this Miss business"? Answers 1. "Your wife" souna> less stilted. 2. Miss Alice. 3. If they ask him to. 4. No. 5. Call tier by her first name. Hcsl "Wlint Would You Do" solution—(b). Keiser News Entertains Club The Keiser Bridge, club was entertained by Mrs. W. W. Watson Jr., at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs, C'. M. .Dial Is a new One Of Nature's Greatest Aids For ° '&--*• ter, Mrs. J. li, Thompson Jr., and fnmlly, Mr. nnd Mrs. lj. L. Gates spent Monday In Memphis. Miss Dorothy Ann Sullivan returned to her homo in Paris, Tenn., Friday. She has been the guest of her cousin, Miss. Virginia Sullivan. Mrs. J. C. Ellison fs -visiting lu Milling ton, Tcrin., with Mrs. E. Ashwortli. Miss Shirley Clark, of Louisiana, lias teen Ihe guest of Miss Una Bowls for the past, week. She returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Wall left Saturday for Florida where they will spend their vacation. Mr. ami Mrs. M. n. nawllns, of Memphis, acccmuanlcd them. Miss Kathernie Watts, of Memphis, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wutts. Mrs. John Murrali who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. ucleman Noble, lelt Sunday for her homo in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Plitkslnft of Cmnalon, Mo., visited Air, and Mrs. Silas Mead and Miss Betty I-rOU Brock over the weekend. Miss Lorcne Victory of Ulbcurn, Mo., plans to make her home here with her cousin, Mrs. James Wocil- ard. Miss Virginia Rcgers, of Memphis, Is the guest this week of Miss Kathcrlue Rose Kam|). Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor and family returned homo Thursday from a three weeks', vacation. Thoy were the gui-sis of Mr. anil Mrs. Charlie Lillle In K:in Francisco where they attended the World's Fair. They also visited in Colorado Springs. Mrs. J. T. Power returned to her home at Margaiiwi, La., Monday. She lias been the guest, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bowles, and family. Miss Una Bowles left Monday for a fc',v days' visit In Lillle Reck with Mrs, Jen/en. Read Courier News want RtU. AlmleofD.8COF.Sa LONG WAV. Kills last. Is SO CLEAN to use. Harmless to humans ami pets: Big 6 oz. can only lOc. MESmi The present^ British airplane production is approximately 700 planes a me nth with nn anticipated schedule of 1000 planes a month by the end of the year, Health i3 the kind of rest he can't get if dis' turbcd by burning, ilcliiiig, bothering of the many skin irritations which arc likely to torture his lender, sensitive skin. That's why wise mothers—after every bath it ml change -of ilia per— count on the re.il medicated comfort of Mexican 1 !cat l*owdcr. A mere clash of t;tU:imt won't give the same results. So make certain <lmt you jjct Mexican Heal Powder tinw. New si/c cosls but n few cents. Sold :it dealers everywtioie. MEXICAEPOWDER tWSaimiBls ICE COLD GREEN'S PUSTEUBiZED MILK TOMATO JUICE Jack Sprat 50 Oz. Can Ea. 17c CABBAGE Firm Solid Heads Fresh Stock Lb. 2£c SUGAR Domino Extra Fine Pure Cane Cloth Sack 10 Lbs. 52c SPAGHETTI AND MACARONI Long Cut Snow White 2 for 5c COFFEE Maxwell House Reg. or Drip 1 Lb. Can 26c SANDWICH SPREAD Mayflower Fresh Pint 15c PANCAKE FLOUR Washburn's Kitchen Tested 1 Lb. 4 Oz. Box 2 for 15c KINSO, for Tub, Washer, U!sli|unj SOAP, Life Itiioy— For Thai Cool Summer ttiith LIFEBUOY m 2 for 12c ~"*—^77^ J %> JM Dessert Freeze, —•"-"'- 1 ' 1 liclmis lee Cream 3 Cans . . SARDINES Amrekan in Oil 1-4 flat Can 3 for 14c POTATOES U. S. Fancy Select 10 Lbs. 22c SPAGHETTI Franco-American Tall Can Ea. 9c MILK Amboy 6 Smajjijk....: 18c; 3 Large 18c TEA Jack Sprat 22 K$ Gold-rim Glass With Each 1-4 Lb. Pkg 22c SALMON Alaska Chum.Tall' Can Ea. lie SPECIALS—ULVniHVlLLE BAKING CO. Pineapple Cream Layer Cake 23c each Caramel Pecan Cin'mnn Rolls ISc do/. Karo Pecan Pic .........' 27c each Raisin lircad Sc 'oat BREAD Salt Rising Baked by FRANKS You Will Like It Loaf lOc KIDNEY BEANS Joan.of Arc Regular Size Can Ea. 5c PEACHES Argo Halves in Syrup No. 2\ Can Ea. I4c GRAPENUT FLAKES The Breakfast Cereal You Know Pkg. 9c ASPARAGUS Libby's or Delmonte Picnic Can 16c LEMONS Sunkist Large doz. 2ic| VIENNA SAUSAGE Standard can 6c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 Oz. 16c| POTTED MEAT Standard 2 cans 6c 'plain or Self Rising, 21 Ib. Sack ... .70c ' -18 Ib. Sack..,.§U8 FLOUR, Shibiey's Best, MEAT SPECIALS BEEF ROAST Swift's Prem. Ib. 23c SALT MEAT Clear Side Lb. 12c COTTAGE CHEESE 1 Lb. cln. 15c PIG EARS Fresh Lb. 6c LARD Pure Loose Bring Your Bucket BUTTER Best Grade "...... Ib. 29c OLEOGem 13c; Dixie Lb. 19c HAMS Picnic Boneless Krey's Lb. 23c PIG TAILS Fresh Lb. 9c Lb. 8c We Deliver 104 S. Division Strcel I'honc 181 C. L. GROCERY & MARKET FIU..SAT.-MON.. AUO 18, 19, 21 ttfoufo ^ u G#- Price In this big, fnulo-in sale, ynnr old tires are worth plenty! Hring (hem in ... trade (hem in ... see how far ,thcy go towards paying for a set of NEW Riverside Deluxe tires! There isn't a BBTTKR first quality tire on (he market today! 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