The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1930 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1930 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NK\VS m. w IE EFFECT 01 ra 'Conlined from pa;c cue) country as a new national Democratic figure. South in i-'oid Two years la a generation in politics. Tne south, which was broken by Mr. Hoover In 1028 when he carried four of ihe ten states which had never gone Republican since rcconstruclion days, is well back iiuo ilic Democratic fold. Republicans are milking a fight lo hold their gains especially in Norm Carolina. Republicans expect no gains and are prepared Co take lotbes. They arc lighting to hold three scats v.hich they gut in Virginia in 1D2B, and two in North Carolina but they will ccnsidcr anything salvaged out 01 iLis as it something to be Lliank- ful for. All surlatc indications tire lhat the southern revolt of 192B is dead, fu Virginia, the home oi Uishop James Cannon jr., Republicans did Jiov even put up a cundi- dule for senator against. Senator Carter Class, who supported Smith. In North Carolina t::e veteran Snator Furnifold Simmons, was de- lealed in the primary after a lifetime of public service. He had refused to stipport Smith. In Alabama the Democrats likewise refused rtnominalion to Senator J. 'iiiomas Heilin because he refused to support Smith, but this righting figure is running as an independent. .-.. i.»,i Kcpe.ll in itackgroum] Rising in the background in menacing proportions Is the prohibition issue. .Many Democratic state units in tho north are tending toward repeal of Ihe Ibth amendment. Republicans have done likewise in New York, New Jersey and Washington slate. But the bulk of '.he Republican party, like its national chairman, is iwlitically dry. Some influential Republican leaders declare that if the Hoover administration shiits tov;arcl modification, an independent Republican movement headed by Senator Borah or possibly Virc - President Curtis, v. ould be ilkely. Such a split iniii-l mean deieai in 1932. However, the DenucTLits have the dry southern states to contend with. To some decree, the results of the impending Landing will gx;;tle party leaders on bo'.h iidcs as they gingerly prepare lo deal with this irrepres?ib!e issue of prohibition in anticipation 01' Ihe 1932 presidential contest. Read Crmvier Mews Want Ai City Man Wins Fortune from Rare Fowl Farm Two rare white swans, above,.on Harry L. MooUy'S fowl farm a Parkland, Wash. They stll for $85 each...Btlow ts a family of mal lard ducks. SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN By SISTKR NBA Service .Wrllcr The part (lie (lessen must play i the meal Is on Important factor 11 dctei mining Its Ingredients. The mdding iliat Is wanted to furnish )iilk ami sugar to a menu Is con- cntfated protein is quite as satis- nctory from a dietetic standpoint f made without eggs. However, if he meat course Is light with meat ised chiefly for "flavor", n pudding PAGE FIVE made ;he l plami, maim T::r able .. oul > baki.i and sult. ivliu eggs Is necessary to up the ine:\l and make up ick in protein. h this thought uppermost in ,ug meals, a balanced diol is ;imed. :i. me various types of midi; :;l t ara exceedingly palat- wii if lliey nro made iUil|. ;',cs. Hot or cold, steamed or . uie cook's choice is wide. •:• nun's pudding and Indian m,; are delicious cold wcnth- ^rts thai rcciuli'c HIL' utmost in cookery but nve nwde o[ :e Ingredients. pioca and cornslarch pud- s ran \x made without cu l units and s|>lccs nrc added ,-m inviting sweet Is the re- sli'ss suet pudding arc cspo- yooil In cold weather, Tlielr :iroma is appetizing and wel- iii;, while the suet llscK has UIG virtue of being an easily digested "at as well as n cheap one'. Thorough cooking Is essential when suet is the fat. Spiced dale pudding 1$ an Inexpensive pudding that Is delicious. Uuiter, lard or tiny preferred cook- Ins fnt except, suet Is used. * » » Spiced Halo Pudding Three tablespoons shortening, !i cup molasses, ll cup milk, -Hi cups graham lluur, >1 cup whllo Hour, 4 tablespoons sugar, ',i teaspoon soda. >-j teaspoon cinnamon, U tca- spcon each allspice and nutmeg, !i teaspoon .salt, 1 cup stoned and chopped dales. Raisins or choiiiiod flgs can be used in place oi dales. Melt, shortening and add sugar, molasses and milk. Mix and sift, 'white Hour, spicvs iind salt and add ol first mixture. Add graham Ham PARKLAND, Wash. - On tlw banks of Glover Creek, near here, is a unique poultry [arm on which some of the rarest fowls in ihe world arc raised. Here all kinds of wild ducks can b; seen, wild geese of many varieties, beautiful white swans and rare West African crown cranes. In smaller number are rare and, ornamental Oriental .wild water' fowl. Thousands of ttesc birds range the 20 acres of prairie, swamp, orchard and garden named 'Rainuow Ranch." Harry L. Mcody, owner, says he named it for the rainbow, symbolizing his freedom from office drudgery. For years Mcody was a city iman, employe of a great corpora- 'tion. But in 1923 he went west, | with no definite object in view "except to "cut the strings" which held him to llii city. Liking the country, he bought land, and started raking ducks. In and dates ond mix (horoughly. Dissolve soda In 1 teaspoon cold water and stir at once Into batter. Turn inlo a bultcred mold, cover and steam t™ and one-half hours. Serve wlih whipped cream or lemon sauce. t * • * Fruit Tapioca I'uddinj One-half cup pearl laploca, 2 '.'j cups cold waler, li teaspoon' salt, 'i Inch stick cinnamon, 1 glass currant jelly, U cup blanched and shredded almonds, \\ cup shredded citron, '.i cup seedless raisins, CUD sugar, 1 loaspoon vanilla. Let laploca bland In walcr over night. Add cinnamon and cook IK same walcr until transparent. Add Jelly, fruit and mils and cook long enough lo melt jelly, stirring lo mix thoroughly. Add sugar am when cold aitd vutiilla. Turn into a. mold to chill. Serve very cold with whipped cream slightly «w«rtene4 •mcl flavored with vanilla. .... '; Dally Menu BREAKFAST—Baked apples, cereal, cream, crisp toast, country sausage, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON—English monkey, endive with French dressing, brown bread, plain cake, milk, tea. DINNElV-silce of ham baked in milk, candled sweet potatoes, kale in lemon sauce, hearts ol celery, B66 Is a do.tor's Prescription (or Colds and Headaches IT IS Till; MOST SPEEDY KEMEDY KNOWN. (iliC ALSO IN TABLETS. 500,000 omen have I earne d Ithe last five years his water fowl have won 4146 prizes, as well as several medals at 10 of tlie representative fairs and poultry shows of the Pacific coast. Moody is a pioneer in a, new and fast-growing business. The demand of gun clubs for ornamental water fowl, as well as mallards and geese, is big. Not only are com mercial duck farms stocked from Rainbow Ranch, but farmers and ';back lot" landers. Hunters se- jcure decoys and stack tli?ir clubs' ' game preserves from his birds. Many private collectors call for rar£ birds of new species. WJilte swans awMii great demand for decorative purposes. Mal- j lards, said to be the ancestor of all I ducks, arc called for by stock farms I and game preserves. ; "Th.:rc is a business with a big j future to be done by the wild duck breeder," Moody says. "And there is'plenty of room in it now, for anyone who fancies the raising of any kind of poultry." Wore Hackache a This testimonial Is Mnulne and was civcn treely. «I SUFFERED a lot with my back. It hurt so bad at times I had to go to bed. My circulation was poor. I lost my appetite and was nervous all Hie time. The least little thing upset me. "My mother was taking Cardui because she was in bad health, so she had me to take it. She thought it did her so much good. "I found Cardui a great help. After I took it, I got strong and well. I could eat and sleep just fine. Everybody remarked how well I looked. I had no more backache or nervousness. I have gained both in weight and strength." —Mrs. II. H. Hunt, 2708 S. Johnson St., Greenville, Texas. No pay haj bttn givtn or promised lor Its u» The Art of Cooking From Nationally Famous Expert on Home Economic^ and Domestic Science And Now . . . COURIER NEWS has engaged this famous lecturer to come to Blytheville and conduct a four-day Free Cooking School At the City Hall Auditorium Commencing November 18th, and each afternoon through Friday, November 2 hi. These lectures are absolutely Free. Attend each one and bring a notebook, Watch for further announcements. COURIER NEWS

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