The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1949 · Page 13
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' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1949 Kiwanis Club Plans Election Nominations Offered By Two Committees For Action Oct. 26 Nominations /or the election or officers tor tlie coming year were made at the weekly meeting of the Blythevlllc Kiwanis Club In Hotel Noble yesterday. Election of officers Is scheduled for club's next meeting Oct. 26. The nominations were made by members of the chili's two nominating commuters and were approved by members of the club yesterday. ^For 'president to succeed' O. E flpnud.scn, Cecil Lowe was nominated by one committee to be op- pns-ed by Tom A. Little, Jr. For vice-president Roy Morris will oppose Herman Carlton, and for scc- relary.lreasurer. Arthur a. Harrison was nominated by both committees for re-election. Seven members of the board of directors win also be elected and 13 members were nominated by the two committees for positions on the board. They are:' Dr. Milton Webb, Graham- Sudbury, Roscci Crafton. Oerald Robson. Ed Tune John Burnett, Cecil Lowe. Bob Login, J. ,L. Nabers. Walter Day, Billy Boone and Al Sullivan.' At yesterday's meeting Ed Time, Blythevllle distributor of CiuU Oil Products spoke to members,of the club on "Oil Progress Week." Guests Included,Dick Hall of Tulsa, Okla., Tommy Woori of 'Memphis and James Roy of Blylheville. H. B, Richardson was Inducted a* a new member. October Abundcints Include Fowls; Chicken Pie Hearty One-Dish Meal Woman Repels Attacker Armed with Chloroform MARSWIELD, Mo.. Oct. 20. (AP) —Mrs/Rex Rainey, 42, was beaten and cut yesterday by R woman assailant using a large toy. pistol Mrs. ; Ralney, who with her 'husband operates a funeral home here was taken to a Springfield, Mo hospital. • She suffered cuts and rulsrs on the head and face wher. assailant struck her repeatedly n a long struggle. The victim said she was awak ftned by a sharp odor. She found a woman standing over her with . towel. Mrs. Rainey said she Jump ed up and struggled with the woman, a battle which was carried through several rooms of thjc Rainej home.- V , '. i ' • -- : Mrs.' Rainey said the woman fi nally broke loose and fled, leaving the toy pistol ,the towel and a bottle labeled "chloroform." Her husband was In Kansas City attending the American Royal Livestock Show. The only other person near was an attendant asleep tn the adjoining funeral home. • - - BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ind no starchy tssle remains; stir constantly. Parboil onions for about 10 minutes, To thickened chicken stock add onions, celery, cooked neas, cooked carroty and chicken Hour into 2^-quarl hcat-reslstanl ona| glass baking dishCrust: One and one-half cups sifted flour, '4 teaspoon baking pdwder, ';• tcAspoon salt, H cup shortening, 5 to 6 tablespoons Ice water. Sift together l'/i cups Jlour, baking powder ind'.i teaspoon salt. Cut In shortening imlll it Is (lie size of peas, Add Ice water- a 111- tic at a time, mixing only enough to hold Ingredients together. Place dough on lightly floured board and roll to about ii-lnch thickness. Cut dough Into strips and arrange hi lattice work eff;ct across ton or pie. Bake In hot oven uoo rte- Brecs P.) for about 25 mtnulcs "r until crust Is browned. Serve with tomato-cucumber salad In Individual opal glass ramekins. Roast turkey Is In season, too There will be an estimated loa million birds on oiir poultry counters in October, a forerunner of a crop which the Department of Agriculture, estimates will be about 30,000,000 more than last year and Probably the secon'd largest turkey crop on record. FOR COOLER NIGHTS—Chicken pie with October meal-in-a-dish. ofi lattice crust is in Fowl flies high on the list of I spoon salt, '5 teaspoon pepper. 1 abundant October roods. How about! cup cold water, 2 cups hot chicken an old-fashioned chicken pie for stock, 9 small onions, 1 cifp chop- these cooler nights—one with a lattice top. of your best pastry. Remember, cooking fats arc on tlie list, too. Five ^Chicken Pie (9 servings) tablesiwohs flour, 1, lea- ped celery, 2 cups cooked pe 2 cups cooked carrot slices, 3 cups cooked chicken. Jlix together five tablespoons flour, one teaspoon salt, pepper and one cup cold water. Add to hot chicken stock and cook until, thick ACTIVE FAMILIES NEEDl MEAT PROTEIN! ft ~~ Malvern Is Criticized In Grand Jury Report ., Ark,,'oct. 20. f-Tl — The City at Malvern was severely criticized yesterday by a Hot Spring County grand jury. The;grand Jury charged the city with . allowing "excessive speeding of automobiles within the city lim- Ita, the late ; loitering of teen-agers, and maintaining a city Jail- that is not fit to placa "prisoners In;" THIS (SHOW W£ &WYA MALWITHMeATONA 8K£AD AND BUTTER BUOGfT TRY THESE DELICIOUS "FIESTA" TREATS TONIGHT! ^ HYPOWER CMIi ,n<l Tamite arc good • . . and they re good jo, you! Ye«, tti»e tempting Ucats are racked »-ilh .tavorj- Kansas City l)eef, flavored pcrleclion! ''(.v. y 00 r ,i.rf mtttn HUT WttS .ilk Sat.7 NICKEL SAVER STORE Auzzia Henry • Grocery Manager 309 North 6th Hiwdy 61 Small Smoked Tender PICNIC HAMS Tb 37 Fresh Small Whole PORK SHOULDERS ^ 39 .... Lb. 59 C Fresh Sliced BEEF LIVER Ib 49 Sunrise Brand Rinclless SLICED BACON Fresh Dressed FAT FRYERS rh 55 C Fresh, Smoked LARGE FRANKS Lb 39 C Rest Grade SKINLESS WIENERS 49 Fresh, Tender ,LAMBSHOULDER , 39 Pure Fresh GROUND BEEF , b 37= Good Quality Beef ALL CUTS OF STEAK ,,69 C G(M)<1 Quality Reef CHUCK ROAST ri) 45 C •.Eight found Pail PURE LARD T 9 Pure Cane SUGAR I'et or Carnalion Joe Strickland • Meat Marker Manager in IV pounds TALL CAN MILK 3 for 35' Sunshine Crispy CRACKERS ,„ 25' pound Gal. Mountain Grown FOLGERS COFFEE Ib 55' None IJclfer CRISCO 3 „„„, 79' I'ure Country SORGHUM Extra Fresh HEAD LETTUCE E , 12" Small A Grade FRESH EGGS „ .42 I'ancy Ripe BANANAS Ib 11 Hard Fresh CABBAGE Good Quality ONIONS Fresh Home Grown _... 1c RIPE TOMATOES Ib 9 C FRESH HOME KILLED PORK ' SAUSAGE U.M- SIDE MEAT k ;r mnEuui.4r WARNING OHWiR - In the Chancery Court, C'hk saiibu District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, Connie PromeM, Ptf. vs. -NO. 11081 James Henry Prc.snoll, Dft. The defendant Jame» Henry Prcsnell Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the'platn- ilff Connie Prcsnell, '••'.' ' Dated this 18 day of October, 1949. • Harvey Morris, Clerk By Betty Ball, D. O. Gene Bradley, attorney for plaintiff. - • 10;20-27-ll;3-10 PAGEJHIRTEEN ENJOY +* </ / Hickory ^ Smoked i" HAM ' Every Slice means taste delight MEMPHIS PACKIMp CO Swell Combination for Quick Tasty Lunch tlANOLCIUSH AND HAMIUIOiKS Here's a quick hearty lunch Hint nake« n awell combination any :imo, anywhere. Hot, iuicv hrtn\- Juroersaiidcool.refresliinBCVanKC- ,'HUKH arc wonrlerflU for limcli vhelhcr at RL'hool, at home, or at •'Our favorite lunch cou/llcr. .Serve Orimi;o>-ClUJSI! too, m an iit-lnilwcoii refresher. Ornnpo- CKUSH K*>es flood with popcorn, tiomuita, polulo cliipn, or any Knack foon. Alwnyfl H fnvm'ife wUh the loensters, OiajiRe-C'li HSII hits Hie >|mi when the Saturday unng KHlhcra before tho gfinic or'atier. You'll find Hintpmnje-CRUSH la,always a welcome treat—lla natural "fresh fruit" flavor enlivens your finoal dinner or moti casual refreshment anack. Look for I he flavor-guarding "krinkly" brown Imtllo. Buy OrniiBc-CHUSH tlio economy wny —by the case. THAT SPELL EYERY-DAY LOW PRICES MAKES MAYS' YOUR BEST FOOD SHOPPING CENTER-PLENTY PARKING SPACE Armour's 12 oz. tin TREET •- 43c Armo~ur's'4 or. VIENNA SAUSAGE - - 19c Armour's 16 oz. tin CORNED BEEF HASH 35c Armour's 12 oz. tin CORNED BEEF - - - • 47c Swift's SWIFTENING- 3* 75c Bulk TURNIPS - Srama, large red APPLES----- New Crop WHITE ONIOHS - 2 •GA Vacuum Packed COFFEE 1GA Slices or Halves ib PEACHES - -NO .2* can 23c s FRESH MEATS tfEAL CHOPS Lb 49' Fresh Slreak-Q-I.vtin SIDE PORK ;, 35 C i r,i). Roir -i ' ''•'<•'' • ••-. PORK SAUSAGE u, 39' Tender ROUND STEAK Lb. 69 (^•nation MILK ^-^Makes FUDGE Super-Smooth Sup«r- Creamy Armour's DEVILED HAM 3'/2 or. tin Save On These Everyday Low Price Specials Sunshine Krispy CRACKERS lb 25 C H.v.lc 1'aik Asslil. ............ "' ....... :....!.,,.,„ 43° L«HI«S ..;.„..„-«• or Chiirmui TOWELS REX JELLY 'fender, Tasty, Muchrmire Cut GREEN BEANS Tea Table, .Macaroni or SPAGHETTI Aluchmore, Large Kernels HOMINY MAYS 3 i.b. jar 65° M e 2 12-07,. nnc I'kgs. L9 2 .00c lee tins &W 9 IGA SUPER MARKET 421 So. 21st., Highway 18 Blytheville, Ar

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