The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1931 · Page 8
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March 11, 1931

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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KfC.HT HI-YTWCV1I.I.I':. (AUK.) COIIIMKR NKWS WKDNKIUY. MAl'.CIi M. 10:11 SISTER •MARY'S KITCHEN Cliiof Justice Ts Ex-Cook HY SISTER MAHY XKA Scnicc Writer Despite the modern cmioni cf Including fresh fruits unJ v:-:;f-- tab.'.es 1" th; family :iict:>ry il"::n; the winter mantis, the U'r.ui'ncy !•; to over-eat ol the rlciv taxi* tin', have been served 10 combat- tl>.' winter's cold. A diet rich In lats and carbohydrates ii nrci'ssary to furnish heat and energy, nut t!u-..? feeds eventually elo,; up thr system, and as the v,i':Ui<r y::warmer nearly everyone espcii-ii.-- es a loss ol apiie'.lie. H;alt!!!-.!' stimulants to a natmal himrer inu needed to overcome the .s^rlr/'/i.r. indifference toanvd tocil. Prults. vegetable, es;s';. die-?.:' and fish nrc icirnl for tlie !ar-;o: part of the spring cHct. -. Tart focds such as grap^ f'tiil ore especially desirable since they have an inclination to whip the- np- petlle into action. Pickles, usually considered Indigestible cui:l l.v _ • boo, are found valuable for t'rdr, piquancy nnd appetite piwukln-: qualities. Cause of "Sprinj; 1'ever" • .Lemon sauces, lai'lnr smces nm! .horseradish sauces whet tlio appn- ilte ond add food value to Ihc meal. Foods rich in Iron arc mn r ,t e-- Eentlal. Lack of Iron In l)lo?:l :!ii!i; body tissues Is laually rospausib^i for the familiar listless condition ] known-as "spring fever." Spinach, has the highest available Iran rnn- j tent cf any of the vegetables, l.i- 1 bcratory tests have put parsley ai the head of Iron-rich vegetables, j but it cannot be made use of a?, :i i fcorl In the ways spinach can b? used. All the spring vegetables ate excellent sourc;s of nit'icvM sails and vitamins. New cabbajn. radishes, nnd spring onions all furnish Iron In goodly amounts when served raw. Daixlelion greens, tender youn-j sone). mint and nsparasus ars in season and offer variety in co&ke:! vegetables. Endive, wll-h tls sllsh'.ly billc',. lang, Is relished al this time ol th? year. Criso preen salads dressed with French dressing, made nulte tail with lemon juice, are preferred t: Ihc richer rnaycnnalsp. dro-phi" 1 ' Salads play an imuorlant part ii^ spring menus and should be served dally. Nearly all fruits and ven- dibles are mineral-rich foods air' have a "decidedly tonic-like efTe^'. .Bulky foods that will give In- digestive tract t'.s much needed exercise arc essential. F:«its an; 1 vegetables nri 1 found agnin In th'r group 1 of focc's anrl are invalu:iljV as a meam of giving baliait, c: roughcgc, |p niepna. h-illy ntrini BREAKFAST—Orange juice, c?- real, cream, cris]) broiled b?.ca:i. •corn meal muffins, mil!;. cilTee. LUNCHEON— Baked c-arjliflM-rv with..cheese, celery and apple s:iV- ad, ciierry cup puddir.e. mKf., tea. DLVNER—Boilsd mutton wit'- caper sauce, steamed brswn rice turnips In lemon tauce. ra:nbim- tlon 1 vegetable salad, rhubarb custard pie, milk, cofl:e. Medieval Art Exhibition I ; to Be Opened March 16 PHILADELPHIA, (Ul')--A dls- p!:iy of Hit-literal nrl, which Is said in exo-ll anyihlnii previously al- Umpud, will bn oiwned in the Art MiK.i'imi c,n the Pnrkwny, Mnich • Hi. 'UK i-ylnulllcii will Inclmle Ro- m.iiusinie and Gothic sections, lo- j i;i'llicr with the recently ouavd i : urly Aiiii'ilcan uncl Cieornlnn dls- , uluys. I Tho major exhibit, will Include n ncinrnrMiui 1 cloister anil ihc facade of an ;ibtoy tiom ltur;{iimly; nn almciipr"; rhi'.iu'l ot tin- L'ommnn- dry ct the KmKiils o( fJJ. Anthony from Ami:oii!c'ri>. neiir I-anyri'.; :'. Venetian Qothlc Ix-tlroum from I!-/! I'tfurtu horiin/o and several ollic.- Sergeant Quits Service With Unusual Record - n'.unlli tficr n record probably, ' unl;/::e In the Uiilt?[l Stales army. ;T!:c;:i;li In tho army without In• torruptlon Tor more than 30 years he was never in combat. ; Payiion was u lieutenant during ; tin- World War but superintended Hie (satlicrliiK In Michigan ol lumber for aliplp.ne jiiniiuhicluic. Hi' was stationed un the Mexican Iwrdr-i 1 with the Seventh Cavalry for many years and also served in : the Philippines but never tasted , the smoke of battle, he mourns. KO11T HUSS. Tex., CUI'I — Kcr- Kciint l-Yank E. 1'ayden, told^r .since 130'2, (-..is retired here this I You'll find ll In the want ads. Vcunr Lawyer Ha-, Gn MERIDEN, Conn. (UP)—A lawyer so youthful he liad to be represented by r. guardian. nprxjarccl in court hers. Attorney Charles A Bryon ol Somh Action, Maw.! ctiarsed with siwcdlng, told Judge A. n, Aubrey lie was only 20. The Judge appointed the prcbatton of- ilcer guardian and (hied Byron $10. The summer rainfall east of the Ifocky Mountains In 1950 was about I 500,000,000,000 torn ot short of nor- I rnal .according- to the U. S. Wea- 1 thev Biireau. Attention,, Veterans! We know of » few nice little homes thitt tun be ' tiffht for a trifle. Invest part of your bonus where it will do the m»s( good. See us-. Terry-Worthington Title Company 2t;i W. Wiiinul Street. Phone 617 In 18(15. Hlvrn U. Buford. clxive, j \vas conk In rinridn lo^einij cainji-i. i .)ml|u' \VJHiam I), ohrppard wa.s| his boss, ar.il urued him to Ijetler hlm:eli. So lliifcui .siudlcd law.! Now. hi' has JusL bren ehosen clilcx' Jii-sllci 1 of tin: Horidu Siiprrme 1 . Cutirt. . New York Cotton .March KEW YORK, March 11 (UP) - Couon closed steady. . open hl|;h low closfi 1071 1071 10C2 ICC^ 101)3 ICfl^ 108D 1036 1110 lllU 1107 1107 1HH 1KO 1KID 1133 llfjfl 1108 1155 11GO 1I7H 1175 lllif) 1161 t nt 1070, ofl 15. July Oct BIT ,Tan Spots New Orleans Cotton NKW ORLEANS, March 11 (UP) -Cotton closed steady. 0[>en hlyh low close March lOfifi 1070 1CIM 10CO May 1091 1034 1081 1085 July 1115 1117 UOti 11W Oct 11-11 1145 1133 1HO Dec 11CS Ilfi7 1156 1158 E|K)ts steady at 1011, oil 10. llndlugrams from Air BERLIN, iTJI'i — Piusengfrr. on the Lufthansa's Berlln-Drestlen- Pr»B-Vlernin line can now send radiograms from the ntr while en- route. A radiogram form hangs on the back of the seals. Tlie messengers are transmitted to the r.roumi stations of the Reichspost and forwarded hy landllnc. Japan produces SCO mere movies every year lhan Britain dr<3s. Invest With Safety G^f paid qiinricrly on fiill pnid stock, ?100 ntnl GiiiU'anlcod by ( i rs t murt^ape lo;ii)son liomcs in Blythuville. Secured niid Insured. Bfythcviile Building & loan Association W. 51. Kni-iiK, Sec. Cigarettes in prime condition have a moiiliiro content o(nlxmllO£.lLwill I»R aeon by the PineliiirgliTfMlng laboratory Chart llial ri^.irelics in I li c ordinary wr.iiipcil jinckngc iofto juorc than Jialf of their totnl Kioiitiirc in lliirly <hys and llul only :hc CiiTiicl Uinni- ilor r.irk dolivcra ciii.irvttcs to yon ; .u prime condition moke a TWO BIG PICTURES FOR A BIG CITV! ?1EE RITZ THEATER HE FELTIN 1.0 VK WITH HIS BROTHER'S WIFE! ^n HOME THEATRE KEEP YOUR PLACE 1 WITH THIS BOOKMARK The brilliimt K(U: ! now in ;i ••t modern romance! 'aunsmu. in a talkie of hobos and heart-throbs Southerner with Esther Ralslon Roland Young Cliff Edwards A Harry Pollard production Admission Matinee— 10-30c Night I5-40c AS WEIL AS HEAD THE ..„ WORLD'S '<•;* Matinee—10-25c Night—10-3oc T HE whole counlry is talking about the throat-easy mildness and the prime frcsliiiess of Camel Cigarettes in the ucw Tlinniilor Puck. ' •. . The above chart prepared by the Pittsburgh Testing laboratory tells you why. ' i Please examine it cnrefully. It is an unfuiliug guide to cignretle sclcclioii nnd enjoyment. As you cnu quickly see by the three upper curves on this interesting chart, cigarettes that lack the protection of the Humidor Pack lose their moisture rapidly from the day they are itiamifHotured. •", . And dny hy dny as this moisture disappears, the smoke from these cigarettes becomes harsher, hotter, more unkind to llic smoker's tJiroat. Not so with Camels! Tin; Humidor Pack is moisture proof und sealed air-tight nt every point. It protects the rich, ilavorful aroma of the choice Turkish. and Domestic tobaccos of which Camels are blended. • ' ' -.. Make these .tests yourself It is eo easy to tell the difference between parched dry cigarettes and fresh prime Camels that it is no wonder everybody is reaching for a fresh cigarette today. Your fingers. identify stale, dried-out tobaccos at ouce. While a Camel is flexible and pliant. Your ears can tell the difference too. For a dust-dry • cigarette crackles under pressure. : But the real test is taste and there is simply no comparison between the rich mildness of a Camel and the hot, brackish smoke from a stale, dry cigarette. Switch to Camels just for today then leave them tomorrow if you can. B. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Jfintton-Salem, N. C. Artificial heat in houses and apartments soon dries the moisture ntit of cigarettes icrappctl the oW fashioned icny. ft is the mnrk of a considerate hostess, by means of the Humidor Pack, to "Serve a fresh cigarette." Buy Camels by tho carton— this cigarette Kill remain, freth in your home and office. © I5SI. R.).

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