The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1940 · Page 4
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FACE POUT. BLYTHEVILLE (AEK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1940 14 Days Left In Which To Buy Your Electrical Christmas Gifts • The- Arkansas-Missouri Power 'Corporation and the electrical dealers in this section urge that •you shop immediately for your ^electric appliance gifts. Especially do they urge your prompt purchase of the'major appliances, refrigerator, range, water-heater, in order .that you may secure just the iiem -you want and, also, be assured of delivery before Christmas. The trend toward electrical gifts is far greater this year than ever before according to L. S. BenLsh, Arlcansas-Missouri Power Corporation General Sales Manager, and the: electrical, dealers advertising in this section. Anticipating the greater demand for' electric appliances, the local dealers increased their stoclc-on-hand in order that your shopping be made easier and completed more rapidly. If you haven't completed your Christmas shopping list do so now. Remember that an electrical gift, will afford . more pleasure and greater service than any other gift. The prices are economical and that is distinctly in your favor, for nothing- else that you could buy for so little money can give as much pleasure and service as an electrical appliance gift. The redwood of the coast is a hip tree, but not "the big tree." The "big tree" is red. but is not a redwood. Jolly Gakes Are Still Delightful Christmas Gifts Read Courier News want ads. STORIES IN STAMPS Her Happiest Christmas If You Give Her a Crosley Washer Opposite Frisco Freight Depot With, the new Crosley ble •till)." Capacity 50 ">s. of dry clothes per hour, 19 gallons to ".water line, 2o gallons to fill tub; Lovcll wringer with Tenite pressure indicator. The finest hand-made 2" rolls, push- pull safety release. i)uo- d is c agitator invertible type. Time switch. Sealed' mechanism, patented ball-bearing drive. y.\ horse power motor never needs Oiling. Welded one piece construction. * Inspect This Amazing Washer MAKE HER'.CHRISTMAS HAPPIER YOU GIVE MORE WITH A GIFT FROM SHOUSE-HENRY Jopon Issues Fifth National Parks Set CCENJC beauties of Kirishima ^ National Park are pictured on four new Japanese pictorials, fifth group in the national parks series. Kirishima is in the south of Kyushu, southernmost island of the main Japanese group. Pictured here are the approach TABLE AND CONSOLE MODEL Eaj-y-to-make jolly peanut mocha luyer cake for a surprise gift. BY MRS. GAYNOK MADDUX NEA Service Stuff Writer , There isn't, a grandmother (or for that matter an aunt or uncle) in the land who wouldn't be delighted to receive a jolly cake on Christmas morning from her fav- Cnc tablespoon strong coffee. 2 tablespoons peanut butter.^ '•: cup sweetened condensed milk. l'-j cups .silted confectioner's sugar. Mix coffee, peanut butter and condensed milk. Gradually add confectioner's sugar. Beat until to Kirishima Shrine, on the 10-sen red; Shinmoe Crater and Mt. Karakul, on 2s brown; and Taka- chiho peak, on 4s green. Mt. Koshiki and Roku-Kannon Lake are shown on the 2ds blue. Japan has also issued two values honoring education and two commemorating the 2600th year of the empire. Modern craftsmanship plus beautiful lone and perfect reception make Ihis the radio buy o! the {-eason. An ideal Christmas gift, for anyone. TERMS .00 PE'R WEEK LADY HIBBARD HIGK-GRADK ELECTRIC APPLIANCES AT MODERATE PRICES Aluminum Electric Ladv Hibbard onto granddaughter. Make sanity, smooth and creamy. Spread on participation and competence in cold cake. Sprinkle top with pea- living the background of this.nuts. Place peanut men and {mi- year's Christmas spirit. Encourage' ma Is around .edge of plate your 'teen-age daughters to make presents in the kitchen. The giddy peanut mocha catfc Individual Candle _ Cakes make clplightfuj Christmas gifts, too. Use above, but bake the batter in small given below will add jollity and well greased custard cups. Cover ~ "•''•'• 'lop and ..sides, with glistening white boiled icing and sprinkle with shredded cocoanut. In the center . of each brilliant little cake, place a green candle holder and a tiny red candle. GAY & BILLINGS substance to anyone's Christinas. Make the peanut men and animals to decorate it out of whole uh- shelled peanuts. Use sections of pipe cleaners for arms and legs and spots of ink for eyes and mouth. Scatter halves of roasted peanuts over the mocha frosting. Santa CVans could have no finer gift to leave behind oh Christmas morning. Far the two-layer cake, use this excellent recipe. It is suggested by Lucy Maltby. a noted American beadier, of 'teen-age cooks. CAKE kECIPE (Two !)-inch Layers) Two cups cake flour, 3 tea'spoOns baking powder. ''{• teaspoon salt. 2-3 clip butter or other shortening. 1 cup sugar, 3 eggs, separated, '^_ cup milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla ' ex-" tract. • • : Sift- flour once, then measure. Sift' together the flour, baking powder, and sail.. In anpther bowl have butter at room temperature; then mix butter and sugar together with a spoon until light and fluffy. Seperate 'egg yolks from whites. Beat egg yolks and add to butter mixture. Then add about a third of the Hour and then a third of the rrnlj:. Beat well after each! * addition "and continue adding a | Htlje flour and then a little milk nutil all flour and milk are mixed in and the batter is smooth. Add vanilla and lightly stir in the stiffly beaten egg whites. Have egg whites at. room temperature when beating. Bake in two well groused layer cake pans. Bake about 30 minutes in a moderately hot, oven '375 degrees F.'. PERCOLATOR E!ectric ToSsteif It' A Gilt SEE OUR AND OTHER ELECT APPLIANCE DEALERS' ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS SECTION A few cents a clay will buy an electric ningc, refrigerator or water heater. .-—A- GIFT THAT GIVES , FOR YEARS AND YEARS— •V'-* Electric Service Is Cheap ' Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation REDDY SAYS: Dear Folks: Here I go playing Santa Clsius again tl"« year like I've been doing nearly every year since my (lad. Hen Franklin, brought me down out Of the *ky en a kite string. i I>u( (his year, as I start down this chimney (and 1 hope I'll be bringing gifts down lots of your chimneys this Xmas.) I feel"as (hcugh I'm doing somebody n lot of good^not just on Xmas morning when Everybody gathers 'round the tree to open up presents— but 365 days every year from now On. for years ami years. Here's my little poem I've written to YOU, folks: \ v . Up on the house-top, click, click, click. Down through the chimney (juick as a Hick. 'Cause this Xmas Tm pinch-hitting for good St. Nick, I'm suggesting a gift I bat GIVES ' And keeps on giving for years and years. Christmas comes only once each year; But at the flip'of'a switch. I'm ALWAYS here. Vm ready to serve you: I'm. never asleep; And I work for wages that are really dirt cheap. '• Your Electrical Servant, REDDY KILOWATT. N . '',.' P.S. I hope you'll take m y suggestion to heart. 'cause you're a good boss- and I'd like to work more for you. It's going to be swell to work for you again next year—21 hours even- dav. Lcitindry Chute Is Finding Favor The household laundry chute becoming more and more popular. Older homes, constructed before this convenience came into general use. need riot be, deprived of this labor saver. Laundry chutes are. one of the rimny kinds of improvements which may be einsUUled and financed under the Modernization Credit. Plan of the Fe'denil Housing Administration. The household laundry chute may be round or rectangular in shape, should be about, twelve to eighteen inches in width, and • may bo made of wood or sheet metal. It" weed is used the surface should be sanded smooth to prevent snagging the-clothes. The chute can be built to the laundry floor, with an access door at convenient height or arranged so that the clothes basket can be placed directly under - the chute This outlet opening should be kept about 4 feet from the floor. For protection against fire and draft a doer at the outlet should be provided. '.) cup si?,e. Make finer colTcc Ihis easy way. Toasts- two pieces at sariie time. Pltick with chromium trimmings-. Complete with a cord. Electric Corp Poppers $2.95 Lady Hibbard Electric Waffle Iron Trp your o^rn the :ic« way. Blue steel bowl. 2-quari ca- pacitr. Without ccrrt. i,nw boy type with 7 inch die cast grids. Chromium''-plated with heat indicator; *H£ Read Conner News want acis. 93c v SHOUSE HENRY HARDWARE CO. PHONE 35 \\X\\1I I II II II II I NEVER BEFORE— A WRINGER LIKE THIS IF SHE'S between 15 and' 19, •beautiful underwear is sure to fnake Her happy Christmas morning. This smart pa jam a set, in soft blue' crepe with white embroidered edging, includes a wraparound apron with two pockets- apron tics in a bow at the back! ONLY 14 MORE SKOPP TIL Here's a husky wringer that you wori't find on any other washer at such a low price. It is iiilly streamlined and equipped with safety release, balloon rolls and 'is sturdily built. This new' Model "400" Speed Queen carries the same , guarantee as the most expensive machines. It will give you the kind of service that will make you realize how much you really got for your money. Priced at $20 more, it would still be a good value. Come in and see it, as well as the other 1940 Speed Queen models. Hardaway Appliance Co. 206 W. Main St. /» W. Adams, Manager Phone 233

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