The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1933 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 23, 1933
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVrUJfi, (AJKK.) COURIER NEWS . MONDAY. OCTOBER 2?,. 1943 Draggin' Out Gloom Doors Open at 1 P. M. riwn just r,n:d "Sic Vin" to Us dragon iincl the doiircssloii \va uvi-r!" Celebration of the relum of belter days marked the fame Jaclu festival in San Francisco, when tile Great Dragon—150 fc( •'i:V'.-}niadc his firs', appparancr sine:. 1 1913. The monster Ls shO'A ii'-i" ;fs ho v;as drav.n through the street:;, prm'dotl by \vOrk :fr& I" cnsi util thi'. evil .spirits. In 11 .spectacular night panicle. BISTER MARYS KITCHEN WHO'S WHO In the Supreme Court | No. 1—Clmi'U's F.viins HufiUc TOMORROW AT THF • BY SISTER. MAKY ; NBA Service Writer Convalescent. p?op'e nre often vrrj difficult lo feed properly. Tii-;.- appetite Is "gen'trally feeble anil notional and their pawcr to rti- t!'?^: and assimilate food Is !o\\erL'd -ocaiu-e of their inability ,lo take r-xe:"?ise. ; Thfl reluming slrcngth-of a per- • SOL; who has been ill often dcai'ii:ls \ viully upon a goo:l np[>cliu>. soi every .cliort sr-.ould be undo to j the invalid to \vcll nnd I rcjnlarly. Time spent in urepar- j i'.)!; !dairily • and nourishing food ,-houM- no:.' \K considered wasted ! l.nv part of the program necessary <or the complete recovery of the convalescent. Milk may well serve as the basis I o: th; convalescent's diet. It i ,s'n:.iiU! he supplemented wit.i irj:;s, tspccially fat citrus iruits —oranges, graiw fruit and leinuns Jf oilier Imit.s arc used they .'-hould be carefully pcol.'tl. hp ncs should be avoided. Eggs should be us;d more freely than meal unless the patient strongly dislikes and! has an idiosyncrasy against ! ll'.tm. ; .Meal Alust He. Tcmlrr Use meats spai'ngly nlicrmlin^ livsri kidney an:) sweetbreads with thi 'muscular cuts. Be sure that | only very tender meat is served on : Use Invalid's tray. In tills ounce- : liou^ it's \vcll to remember tluit ::ie expensive cu'.s have no aclvan- CITY HALL AUDITORIUM FOR THE FIRST OF FOUR DELIGHTFUL SESSIONS OF THE COURIER NEWS OOKING SCHOOL Grealest pride of Charles Evan Hughes, chier justice of Ihe Uniled use over t:-.e cheaper cuts, provid- State5 suprcmc collrt shown iu 5 .'he cheaper cuts are carefully jn „ |ww hol u lhc ( w , u cooked until tender. - wl)icll oi)lmons ave , 1Mu]wl well cooked UAer and root vcg- jn |hc ralion . s „, .^ uib , |ln well as the gveen leafy fc , ,„ co||rt . (|cckot , , vegetables hold an imporlant plac? 1 1.1 in 'the die! of the convalescent. Th^ gteen leafy vegc;able> luivt 1 remarkable food value in vitamins and mineral content. Ti'.cy are un _ pr;lc , lclhl! lh co'.irl arc unanimous in tliciv ij:aii .0; this reloim Veering nearer the path of lib pf woo** fn«ii«ll;p»Tt« ff the 1 country helpful by thi* ; rM^; : i^^^oiiolta»3r : rtnd-- dom«tic;«aaice.:G«ne wrid b»u- bet. '' : '' ' A PENCIL ; BRING A NOTEBOOK equalled for kecpin B the ciiscsiue cr " m <» "' mc! - »e traveled m h tracMu 8<»d hygienic condition eM] * " rccr - chlct Jllsll « 1Ul ? hi; iKCStUw they aie bulky and le.r.e lon S fll t<l « the embodiment o eonslderatfie widigesletl residue '""•'"« conscrt'atism. nO'.v oflc which is smM'.h M: ) lmmk . s .; lean, toward the side of the court eveif-to a delicate digestive a,ipa- '•- ubfral elcnlent-Bvandeld. Stoi ratus"" '• CnrdoTo. Dainty salads.-nourishing and in-! N'amt-d to ttie supreme bench vitlng-mill: drinks, creamed soups.' '310. Mr. Hughes, who is 11, serv- cereajs, fresh fruit juice.;, careti.l- c d nn'.il 1516. when he resigned [or ly prepared raw and cookeci fruits hu unsuccessful race for (he prc-si- in the form of whips and gelatine dency. Ho was appointed asain to cilshjf, desserts made wilh milk and ; the court in 1030. eggs.^vll these dishes permit quite |" " a wide- choice of foodc. nnd prevent Trc , r:ly clolh and napki|1| (00 -'•"""""• shouM be immaculalc. All theso Mrs. George Thurn monotony. . _ Neatness Essential things mean much to anyone who Never serve t. sick person any- iu s "nothing to do but get well" thinfe that Is not perfect in ils way. 1 an(i u . n:) consequentlv notices eveiv Jf the custard is over-baked and detail portaming lo'hu comfort " seems watery, don't serve it. Let' sorni member of tr.e family eat it Tomorrow's Menu to "Ja.yc it" but prepare a fresh one I BREAKFAST: stewed prunes for Ihe invalid. | ce«»l. cream, waffles with honev, Arrange the tray In an orderly! milk, collce. maniier, without crowding, thej LUNCHEON: Potato and eree« various articles placed so they can • SOU p. baked onions eineer siiaiis be handled easily. Serve the meal lemonade. in courses it possible, for used] DINNER: Oyster slew oyster dishes-are unsightly and imappe- crackers, casserole of ham and tlzil ?£.' ' ! sweet potM«s and pinoapnle- Be. very careful not to fill dishes • shredded cabbage and green pep- too full. Liquids spill very easily • per salad, quince pudding, milk whsri curled on a tray and can coffee, spoilllie daintiest effect. . 1 . Don't use chipped or cracked! A hundred years ago, Greenwich china-and glassware and be sure : Village, New York, was a health the silver is bright and uhlniny,; resort.' Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Every pbmse cJF h»n«e m«!v'n? it with **. rhe Cooking School- Menu plunin^, table setting, the use of DRVT •ppliince*, diet for children and adulU, home decoration, amngement of furr- iihings and dozens of other fe*lu«^3 make this Cooking School a real (cboo) ft home economics. You, your family and friends arc cordially invited—ao mission is free. October 24,25 ; 26,27 ACTUAL DEMONSTRATION OF PRACTICAL RECIPES

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