The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 29, 1940 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 194< Budget Desserts Use Bread Cubes With Fruit Base Biankenship Case Ends In Mistrial, Dismissed CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Nov 29. —Trial of Lawrence Blunknnship, 50, farmer near Braggadocio, charged with murder in connection with shooting last summer ol Hubert Glore, 2G, St. Louis, ended Wednesday in a hung jury and the jury was dismissed by Judge L. H. Schult. The jury was said to have jeen eleven for acquittal and one or conviction of manslaughter. The slaying occurred la Blanken•.hip's yard when he claimed lie hot Glore in self-defense us Glore idvanced upon him with an avc. The state's principal witness was 1 Hugh Buckner. who claimed he saw Biankenship shoot Glore as tlie ict.im stood with his arms folded. Defense counsel attacked Bucknei's ompetenee as u witness, and under Questioning, Buckner admitted he lad served time in two state penal institutions. Sim]>le pudding uses stale bread fruit as base. BY MRS. GAYNOll HIADDOX ! . NBA Service Staff Writer ';. So-called nursery desserts make 'wholesome and well-flavored des- <serU for every member of the family. And as a matter of thrift, the iise of bread crumbs and left-over bread with fresh or canned fruits, is an important factor in our good tasting economy menus. PEACH 'CRISP PUDDING (Serves 4 to I!) ; One-quarter cup butter, V-j cup sugar. 4 cups bread cubes (about diced canned (dishes and bake in moderate oven 0315 degrees P.> -for 35 minutes Garnish with peaches and serve with plain or whipped cream. I'INEAl'PLE BROWN BKTTY (Serves (5 to 8) One and one-half cups breac crumbs, buttered. I 1 .'- cups diced pineapple, l-'.i cup brown sugar teaspoon cinnrflnon. 1-8 teaspooi nutmeg. 1 '•; cup pineapple juice, ; iablespooons butter. Spread alternate layers of but tercel bread crumbs, pinenpplei su gnr and spices in a greased bak ing dish. Pour in pineapple juice 5 slices) 2 cups peaches and juice (apricots or .'pineapple, if you prefer). 1 table-1 dot top with butter. Bake in / hot spoon lemon juice. ] oven (400 degrees F.) for 25 to M v ; .Cream butter, then add sugarjminutes. Serve with cream, and cream together. Mix fruit and i Al'PLE BREAD PUDDING The .strength of the curious backbone oi the West African .shrew lies in it;; semi-cylindi'ica! interlocking segments. Rr-ad Courier News want nds. NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that Gosnell Special School District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, will of- fer. . for, sale to . Uie htebfiSt... bidder,' for'cash, at public sale' to be" held afc 11 o'clock A. M., on the 7th day of December, 1940, at the School House in Gosnell, Arkansas, $200C in refunding bonds dated June 1, 1940. This Ir, part of a refunding issue of $15,000 bearing interest at the raf.e of 4'/•-','• per annum, which may be convertrd into bonds bearing interest at the rate of 3K-% per annum and maturing on January 1 of each year as follows: $1,000 in the year 1956 SI.000 in the year 1962. The Commercial National Bank of Little Rock, Arkansas, will be trustee and place of payment, and! the bonds will be approved by Wallace Townscmi. attorney, of Little Rock, Arkansas. Sealed bids will be received until Lhe hour set i'pr the sale, at which time all bids will be publicly opened and read. Each bidd'T must accompany his bid. by a Cashier's Check from some bank that Is a member of the Federal Reserve System in the sum of $00 payable to the district, and must otherwise satisfy the district th-U it will deposit the balance of Uie purchase price to the credit of the district in The Commercial Nu- licnal Bank of Little Rock, Arkansas, un or before December ' J .i. iy-40. The check of itye .successful bidder will be held by'the district and applied on the payment, of the purchase price, and in the oye.n.t..|he .balance .0 f. j.he.jiurchase price shall" iibtrbe "paid on. : December 31," l'94'O," "same " shall be forfeited to the district as liquidated damages. "The bonds will be delivered not later than January 2, 1S41, and they may be converted. The Board reserves the right to reject any and ali bids and also to offer for .sale all or such part of said bonds as the district seers fit. The bonds are to be secured by a continuous tax ;of 'seven mills voted for the purpose of .retiring this proposed issue. The bidder will" be required to pay accrued interest .on the new bonds from Jtine 1, 1940, to date of delivery. The bidder will also be required to pay all of the expenses of the issue. This the 14 clay of November, 1940. GOSNELL DISTRICT COUNTY, By G. W. and M. E. SPECIAL SCHOO, OF MISSISSIPPI ARKANSA. Potter, President .Cook, Secretary. 15-22-29-i LIQUID,TABLETS.SALVE. HOSE DROPS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! 3—5x7 Easel Photos, one in gold . tone timed in Natural Colors. 3 BELT'S STUDIO LIMITED TIME ONLY I'hone 869 TWO FOR THE ROUGH WEATHER AHEAD •r THE *% .'\ ,'/ t. lemon juice with the bread. Pour into "greased ''individual baking Caruthersville Cage Schedule Announced 'CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Nov. 28:—Coach Jack Hopke of the Car- I Serves 4 to U) One and one-hair cups bread crumbs, l cup milk. 1 egg yolk, '2 tablespoons softened butter, 1 teaspoon vanilla. l >i cup raisins (scalded and drained), * cup sugar, vi teaspoon cinnamon, pinch cloves, pinch nutmeg, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind. 1* cups peeled chopped apples, pinch salt, 1 egg white. uthersville high school Wednesday] Scnld mllk . pour ovcr bread announced completion of the 1940,41 high school basketball schedule." with the exception of on'e open date. Tuesday. Dec. 17. . Tlie schedule is as follows: , Tuesday. D°c. 3 — Braggadocio, there; Frida-j, Dec. G—Brag? City, here: Tuesday. Dec. 10—Sikeston, here: Friday, Dec. 13—Cooler, here: Tuesday. Dec. 17.—Open; Friday. .Jan. ,.. 3—Portageville. here; Tuesday, Jan. 7—Holland, here; Friday. Jan. ; 10 •— Hayti, there; Tuesday. Jan. 14—Wardell. here. /Friday, Jan. 17.—Deering. there; .Tuesday, Jan. 21—Hayti, here; Friday; "Jan. 24— Cooler, there: Tues- 5 day, Jan. 28—Holland, there; Friday, Jan. 31-r-Kennett, there; Tuesday, Feb. 4—Wardell. there; Friday, Feb. 7 — Deering. here; Tuesday. Feb. 11—Braggadocio, here. '"."Peb.:;i8.'l9, 20, 21—Annual County Tournament, at Carnthersvillc high school gym. crumbs. Stir and stand for 10 minutes. Combine egg yolk, softened butter, vanilln. raisins, sugar, spices and grated lemon .rind. Beat into slightly cooled bread crumbs. Add apples. Beat egg white with salt and fold into mixture. Turn into greased baking dish. Bnke in moderate ""oven (375 degrees F.) foi abouot 35 to 40 minutes. Serve hoi with whipped cream. New Unctcr-arm Cream Deodorant , safely Stops Perspiration ; Daniel BOOUL- Relic Prized SANTA ROSA, Cal.. (UP)— When Mrs. America Wiseman entertainer! ori the occasion of her 93rd birthday, she showed her guests an interesting relic. It was the "hand- holt" from Daniel Boone's slingshot, which had been passed on tc: her by her grandfather. A oueen bee has no part in nil- j ing the hive, so is not a queen. ] Trie true rulers are the worker bees. MEKTHOUTUM Quickly Soatfies IRRITATED MEMBRANES 1. Docs not rot dresses, does noc irritate skin. 2. Nowaitingrodry.Canbcused right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 co 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A purc,\vhiie,greasc!ess,stam- less vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of Laundering for being harmless to fabrics. 25 MILLION jars of Arrid have been sold. Tryajarloday' 39C ARRID Al all T«li>rr!> frllinj: loilcl pood "J" r (nUoin I<>^ unil S<>< ]un,i PAY 1EMEE TAXES BOOKS WILL BE CLOSED AFTER NOVEMBER 30TH Do Not Delay and Pay Penalty Lyn P. Gooch, Collector Office of G. G. Caudill, Blytheville •THE HOUSE OF MEAD! So that man would like to be an after-dinner speaker? TOO BAD HE WASN't TOLD TO GO TO For A Suit That Really Tn/s suit (joes because.. 1. The lines of the coat are concave at the. neck to he hollow oi shoulder. 2. The shoulders are'\vide, Straight and natural; the back has easy but noc lull blades. 3. The chest is modeniteiy Kilt and easy fitting. 4.^ Slightly suppressed waistline and snug, trim-hips. 5. Sleeves tiper to narrow .cuffs. 6. The coat is si ightly longer than the c»nvcntional model. 7. The wide, sweeping •lapels add height and shout" 4 er'bread:h. ..~ ""The trousers have a higher rise , than the conventional pair, and two deep pleats on each side at the waist. The vest has an easy, comfortable chest, and is pleated to accentuate the waist. No wonder America's No. 1 drape is Most men today realize you can't make a good impression or reel truly at east if your clothes don't fit. That's why KIT is the thing men look for first in a suit of clothes. It's the important reason why the Hart Schaflfner & Marx "Sayile Lounge" is the favorite drape suit of Blytheville men. "Savilc Lounge" is scientifically Resigned and rigidly checked for fit first before it is ever allowed to leave the Hart Schaffner & Marx shops .... then it's checked again by Mead's skilled fitting expert when you try this suit on. We have this remarkable drape in a wide variety of patterns, colors and fabrics, including the 1 best clothing value of the year. Triple Test Worsted suits. tailored by Hart Schaffner 8c Marx As Usual the Best Is Always At MEAD' 322- •MAIN- AND THE HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Thai a coat can be something far more interesting than just a means of keeping you warm is doubly proven by these two marvelous discoveries! On the left is \Vealherbcatcr, thai two-purpose coat that is a topcoat and overcoat all in one! It has a remov- • able zipper wool lining that can be removed when the weather is mild and you wear it as a topcoat. Zip the lining in when cold winds sweep down from the north and you'll be as warm as a log fire. On the right is Rambler, that famous, luxurious combination of alpaca, mohair and wool that makes it'wet- proof, weather-proof, wrinkle-proof, and weather-proof . . . plus easy-on-the-shoulder lightness at a price that can't be equalled anywhere in Blytheville! So get ready for the rough weather ahead and put your money on either of these two great coat values. No matter which you choose you can't go wrong. No matter which you choose you can't get them anywhere else in town. The Weatherbeater The Rambler! E ut As Usual the Best Is Always, At BAD' 322-* MAIN 322

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