The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1930 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 27, 1930
Page 7
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MONPA^_OCTQBER 27, 1030 _BLY_T1IRVILI,E I _(ARK.) COURIER NEWS CLARIFIED ADS •rwo csau a worn for flrtt In- •erllon gnd one oeiit i wort for etch iiibiequrnt Insertion. No advertUernent taken IOT leu than We. Count tin words ud itod Utt Plume 30« FOR SALE 1 Eat FISHER'S FROSTY NUTS—Fresh Dally. DO- tr. APPLES—Just arrived. Good grade orchard run. For sale cheap. Fisher's, across from city hall. IGckSl. FOR SALE—Late model n. C. A. Radlola, all screen grid set. Bar- Bain for cash or trade for yood used Ford or Chevrolet coupe. 1920 West Vine. 24p-k29. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Pretty little furnished cottage. Rent 525 month. Thomas Land Co.. 2ic-k28. FOR RENT—One of Shane apartments on West Main street Telephone 197 and 511. 15tl. FOR RENT — Light housekeeping rooms, furnished. 700 West Walnut. Phone 678. 13OTF FOR RENT: Four room apartment completely furnished. Call 050 or 968. L. L. Ward. 21ctf ROOM and Board, for two young men in furnace heated home. W. Main St. Call 220. 24C-KJ1 FOR RENT--Furnished apartment, 108 Kentucky. Phone 083. 25pld • FOR RENT—Three roan furnishe: apartment, garaje if desired COS North Fifth St. 27C-K30 WANTED Eat FISHER'S CAKES PIES—Fresh Daily. AND tf WANTED — Family Washings '.Vnsheri and Ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Brown 104 S Lake St. ITck-tf LOST AND FOUND Eat FISHER'S BREAD—Fine for Sandwiches. tf. New York Cotton NEW YORK, Oct. 27. (UP)—Cot Ion closed steady. Open Hiqh Lev; Cl^se Dec. old 1118 ll'lD 1115 1115 Dee., new 1108 1119 1091 1114 Jan. old 1125 1128 1108 1126u Jan. new 1123 1131 1106 1126 Mar 1145 1157 1128 1155 May 1168 1180 1151 1175 July ..'.. '1185 1106 1172 1193 . at 1125, up 10, New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 27. (UP) — Cotton closed steady. Open High Low close Dec. ... 1100 1118 1091 1115 Jan. ... 1122 1132 1104 1130 Mar. ... 1141 1157 1128 1154 May ... 1166 117G 1150 1174 July ... 1185 1197 11C9 1195 Spots steady at 1090, up 15. One Word Adds Six Months to Sentenc HAMILTON. Out. (UP)—It COS Fred Coles six months in jail t say one word in couri. Sentencing Coles for vagrtmc; Police Magistrate Burbrtrtge ivn saying "You are sentenced to si months—" when Coles rauttere "Good!" "—and six months more i:i th Ontario reformatory," the magis trate added. Coles had no further comment. Pavinjr J'.ncl Sewer Taxes District No. 1. Now Due G. G. CAUDILL, Collector Upstnirs in Fanners Bank Bldg NOTICE With our recent partnership with Sir. Ceo. Carney, we now have the best equipped iude- pcwulenl shop in town. CARNEY-JENKINS GARAGE Pickwick Building "We know we know how" at Church Around the Corner Hundreds of Couples Marry " c i c T rln~ '" " ' MARY'S KITCHEN Uy SISTER 51 AltY j The accompaniment cliojcn for each variety of meat Is important. ! A roast without the proper con\ Irastlng flavor Is os incomplete as applie pie without cheese. Tradition has combined certain toads such as turkey and cranbsrrj' sauce, but there we other combinations quite as. compatible. The following' list suggests suitable combinations which are usually chosen for tea live occasions. Roast teef (rolled or standing rib) is served • with horseradish sauce and a brown cravy. If ihe roast is "done rare", the natural meat juices "au Jus" take the place of the gravy. Yorkshire pudding also Is the proper accompaniment to this type of roast. Filet of beef is served with mushroom sauce and n (art spicy Jam or conserve. Even If the Illet Is roasted in the piece, a brown gravy should not accompany it. Lamb is. served with mint, currant or crobupple jelly. Hot mint cnuiljerry sauce. Veal li .served with a tart Jelly or jam. Cranberry ssuce Is ex- ,ccllem. Drown B''avy or tomato sauce mjy be chosen',-dciwudliij; on the vegetables. Chicken or Io\vl Is served with currant j e |i y m cranberries In Jelly or sauce. Glblct grsvy Is traditional with roast chicken nud ml'k f>r cream gravy v,'!'.h ' fr!o;\ chick<r.. Duck Is served with npplo sauce, pan-I i led apples, currant Jelly, barbery or some other tart. Jelly. Sliced oranges or cranberry sauce may be used, too. Brown gravy or hot orange sauce can be chosen as preferred, although orange sauco Mould no', be served with sliced oranges. JPAGE SEVEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE Dally Menu i , BREAK FAST—Honey dew melon, for the roasts j cereal, cream, crisp toast, ninrnm- '' '" ' lade. :nl!k, coflce. LUNCHEON—Okra and tounto stew, crisp toast, head letmce, grapes, milk, tea. DINNER—piict ot sole with tartar taiit-e, potatoes an Bralln, hasli- ed buttered beels, molded Jrult salad, cheese sticks, fudge cake, milk, co!Ice. The Little Church Around the Coriiet y NEA Service ' + Nestled between towering buiij- igs. The Little Church ArouirJ ID Corner in New York is a haven friendliness in the raidsl of a real city. This church, probably the mcs: amous in America, is located in 9th street, just off Fifth avenue, nd its real name is "The Church f the Transfiguration." • But that name has long since eased to be used, except officially. )ne simple act of friendliness a all century ago gave the church ts popular name. This incident jccurrcd in 1871 when Joseph J2f- erson went to the rector of a hurch on Madison avenue and sked him to read the burial ser- ice at the funeral of George Holand, a well known actor. The clergyman apparently re- arded actors as outcasts and reused to officiate, saying. "There is a little church around he corner where they do such hings." Whereupon, Joe Jefferson cxilaimed: "Then Cod bless Ihe little church around the corner!" Leading newspapers printed the episode, and It immediately fired .he imagination. of the country. There were editorials on tolerance and fongs dedicated to the little church. that day The" Little Around. the Corner has seen beloved, not only liy everyone connected with the theater but by millions of others as well. The church was founded in 1949 by Dr. George H. Houghlon who served a? rector for 40 years, being succeeded by his nephew, Dr. George Clark Houghton. The first marriage at the church was performed in il850. Now some 2000 weddings take place there each year. The church is Episcopalian and. while, not at all concerned with the creed' of l!~.e applicants, it insists that they shall have had Christian baptism. No secret or runaway marriages are psrfornied. Records show that 35 per rent of the couples married there remain married. Fees received from happy bridegrooms' do not go to the clergyman, as is often the case, but to the church. I sauce 01{suitable. t Pork Is brown gravy also are served with apple or AI.I. \viTxi;!isi:s SCATTKKEU THE 1>AS. Man, Oct. (UP)—All cases scheduled for trial, at the ofomai; of the court here were ixistponcd when it learned the witnesses were scattered over thousands r.f miles. WilncKi.'s in one case were reported to be in Noilh- crn Siberia, Southern Hhodesia, and along the shores of HudLon Bay. NAPKIX IN' COKNEI5STOXE FONn DU LAC. Wib., (TJPJ—Ar- ticles sealed in tr-: corncrstor.c of a new school in tlie town of Oakfield included an embroidered napkin, tlie handiwork of Dclos Hatch, oldest surviving pupil .in the district. Th? r.sp'Km was mnde by Hatch after he wa: 80 and was one of numerous articles representing activities and history of the town and district. PLATE LUNCH 20c Sandwiches and Fountain Service WRIGHT'S I'tVE-AND-TEN CENT STORE —Auto Parts— Why Pay More? JACKSON AUTO PARTS lUin at 2l st al Iquitjiie. Chile, .' ;ho smallest prccipltiitlon in tl"! world, ihe average rainfall t:ip.j only t\vo- tenths of an inch a year. Royal C. Mills Public Accountant and Auditor ' <7-. Specializing In income Tai, Buoikecptnj? Systems Phone 5Z Ingram BloV. BlythcvUle, Ark WERT Ho Makes 'Em See! V. n. WASHAM—Transfer Daily trips to l.iempiiis. Will pick up and deliver freight and ,ick,iyu> anywhere. Special lies <jn ciirload lots. Local Phono 851 fcl'.-niphiji Phone 3-D:t GOOD HONK MADE lOc IVr Slier. All Kinds. rp/^"IT?o (^ 41il"» i OM S LA1 ( L 105 N. Scconil Sf. I'hortc 17 OVK I'UKJJU'.M is gnmls to Miil your laslu and the liesl workmanship. We itrlivcr promplly. " Vou pay for what you Ret and XCt '« yon pay for. niythcvillc Upholstery & licp.ilr Shop J. II. Jenkins, Mcr Phone 460 117 S. 1-.1. st The Road Paved With Intentions leads to no good place Have you been putting off tending to •those small repairs that your house needs? Then every delay adds to the depreciation of your home. We have a plan whereby you can recreate your home and yet not have to bear the cost burden in one'payment. Pay Out of Income By the Month. KEEP YOUR HOME IN GOOD REPAIR Check This List See if your home nreds any of these repairs or improvements More closet space Shelving Cupboards Deors Garage •New walks or driveways "New floors over old Roofing .• Screens or screen doors -Ilepalr or recover side ' walls New front entrance Windou-s or frames New trim Partitions Enclose porch F Vou'u. Heep * i^ rt VOOMAM'S i(kifL!fTlo^r I'M ) -^ i -feuiMfi Voui THAT tHe \ \ MEUI BoAF?peR HERE is \ H pA^aeRaas'cMARAefeR! ( wcj-ricep-rfJAT A& I jJQESfdV MIX wrrH us 1 , , I SOCIAU-Y ^-^ ME POE5/kiV \ J LOOK DIRECfuV AT V_ t ^-He POE5M' 1 'f SPEAK L,^. _^^>^-f(6 HAS" ALL EARMARKS - OF COURSE, AS LoMCi AS I-AM *J tWe Hciise, ^y peopte UBBP .' _ A CRACK VARD, I -Trie weu- IM Tffe SHARP "TRICK • USED -To CALu. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES CAUGHT! By Martin NOW OOMT -TO.X Wl\V 00 \OO fcC\ 60- SO COLO TOWCRO FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS f ' ALKSOST PULLED THE TDisses., BUT HELD UlS HAND, STlU. A TOIFL6 UNCEfCTAlN OF V11S AIM HE !S SIECiy CMJ6FOL VJITH HIS LAST BULLET !! DID HE HIT OU MISS? By Blossei X'LL UwJE TO FOULOVJ THAT Rope ...see. THrS MAKES A NO\»J I... 60T... IT-.. C21SHT...OM...'me... ROPt •- MOM'N POP LOOK, BlLEV 1! A POf F of W1 S.ViOliE!! To TOC BSKT BcHIWD K^flSl • rt~^^-. ' CHICK IX)I,LOWS INSTRUCTIONS By Cowu -Wt-L-V- I! TE.V.UMG \-,i. TO BE. fs GO-QE.TTVNG 'KNO OUT-GUE:^^ THE. FeLA_C^4- W^D T. S BeropfE t. TOOV< THE-M IN v . /r «ra:u.V»T.erT. . e«J°^>tA'KHVl«.»

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