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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 8, 1933
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PAGE rw.o BLYTgEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1933 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. H. A. smith, hostess Mid- Week club. Thursday Contract club, Mrs. Edgar Boruni, ligstess. U. D. C., Mrs, A. M, Butt, hostess. Church of Christ Blb'.c study. Mrs. C. M. Toombs, of Armorcl, hcstess, W. M. S. hrst Methodist church prayer meeting' at church, 10:30 a.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Bridge party at Woman's club, Mmes. J. Louts Cherry, Baiter Wilson. J. H. Elkins. Cecil Shane, A. B. Palrfield hostesses at 1 »m. American Lesion and auxiliary joint meeting Woman's club, 7:30 p.m., Woman's club. The Elude Music club will meet with Winifred and Eugenia Craw- lord, 301 E. Missouri. Methodist' Banquet Tonijht at 1 o'clock. The Opsn Door Sunday school class of the First Methodist church will .have a banquet ih'ls evening at the church, at 7 o'clock, In compliment to the Rev. and Mrs. p. tj. Rcrl6, who will leave Thursday noon for Port Smith where they arc to make their home. • • » Award Quilt. ..A'. quilt was presented Roland Wolfort last evening at the Rltz Cheater, by the St. Stephen Ejilsco- pBj'Gulld. Miss Mnrgnrct Cross, ns "Xllje' Blythevlllc" made the prc- . seritatton. - ; '. -' • » • • Mission Study. The Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, pastor «t the First Baptist church, was in charge of" (he mission study at the meeting or the Woman's missionary society of the First Bnp- tlst, church Monday afternoon at the church. The .theme was "L5ve One Anpjher." Mrs. W M." Williams spake on "Medical Missions': arid Mrs. W. M. Crow offered .prayer. Mmes. Sam Hall, Charles Newcomb,, 'Gill Cash; Idell Blackard and W.' M. Vy'lUiams, trie hostesses,! ^rVeivpuhipJaiSi .pie' ^topped with whipped -cream' and coffee, . '' '•' ' '- • ' Burmnh While. Ifl-ycnr-old will hnve years to repent of five terror-packed days of banditry, then was it widow, hc;ule< for prison. Convicted geles on 11 rounls of nssault IIIK robbery ns nlde of Thomas While Is pictured here, awaiting senlcnc of five vcnrs to life. Bits oj NeiCs Mostly Personal William Lanij is iu 31. Louis en a i buying trip. The Ri-v. K. K. I.aiinu'r was In I Memphis yt'f-tci'day «lth M:s. t-'i'.i- 'mer who Is at Campbell's clinic. Walter Ko.senthal went to St. Louis last- nlalil on a buying lri|) Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Kvrard have as Ih-.'ir vjuesl Mrs. Evrarrt's sister. Mis. W. M. Pltinulgaii. olj I Pa:Ti{,'ouUI. Mrs. Otto KcchlllKky has gone to I Cape Glrardciui tcr a visit with an j aunt who is .vrlously ill. Mrs. C. C. Henderson ha.s return-1 c<i to h?r home In Jncks'in, 'I'enn..; after a. visit with her :inn, Doyle lerson. nnd family. Miss Alma CiUlluie Aitkrn and other, Wi!liu:n Ell, are in Mi'm- ils loii:iy. Defense Defeats Contract by Accurate Card Reuclin." J n Relives His Greatest Triumph Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Loy Eva Phillips, to Mr. John Johnson. Tho ceremony '.was fsolemnlsed at Car- utheravnie,' Mo. , >f< £ i'. :* , . Mrs. 'JohTisori^W'the'dauglifer of Mr. and M«.-.i\V. L.' 1 .Phillips, of Yarbro. and Is a grarfirnfe' of Hie Yartro school. ' The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. J. H.'. Johnson, of Number Nine. ' .. ' . . « - * * Plan Bingo -Party There Is 'to be a bingo party nt the social hall o! .the Immaculate Conception 'church Thursday evening. 8 .o'clock. An attendance prize will bo ..given -free. Club >:nlrrtalncrt. Mrs. Ramsey.. Duncan had an au- lunm party yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Tuesday Rook club and Mmes. W. T. Obersl, T. : H. Haynca, Clies- ter Maters, W. M. Burns, J. S. Oe- sell, J. w. Adams sr.. Mary Fen- therston and W. M. Taylor.' Garden flowers were used to decorate the living room and the tables when pumpkin pie, topped wtth whipped rrsarn, cheese balls and hot tea was served. ' • • • U.'.D. C. To Meet. The death of Jefferson Davis and Arkansas' memorial to David O Dodd will be ..discussed at a meel- iris cf the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Thurify afternoon at the home of Mrs. A: M. Butt. Mmes. J. D. Barksdale.-' E. E. Alexander and Eugene Dickinson will also be hostesses. ' ' Another feature will be reports cf the state "e'onvcntton recently held at Ru&ellvlllc. Three Contederate veterans, nu- fus n. Bishop, James Scrap? and John Thompson, will be awarded the U. D. C. Cross of ilcncr in a special ceremony. These crosses are bestowed .upon Confederate veterans or thjlr- descendants, but may net be worri;eic2pt by the veterans themselves...... Hayti Society — Personal Mrs. Jpf Kolm country Bridge club n V mrs Town .. , Mr home- Monday.. There wor flircc tables -of players. High scor guest prize ''was awarded Mrs. Lc norn Condil nnd high score clu prize went lo.Mrs. L/Jroy Whllene Mis. Lucian Dlacknrd entertain 3d tile Slltch nnd Chatter club a her home Friday afternoon wit seven members present. Mr. auri Mrs. C. J. Llndscy an ncunce Ihe nrrlviil of n son Sundai evening. The boy weighed nln pounds. Ur has not been namn Moth?r and son arc gelling alon nicely. J. Q. D. Whltener, of Frederick town, who has been here tho p:\s I'eek visiting his grandson an J'ite. Mr. -and Mrs. Lcrc-y White tier, returned home Sunday. Herbert Milsap, who is employe U Huffman, Ark., spent the wee' inrt son. Mr. and Mrs. Joe ICcini nut! so ipcnt Sunday In Charleston vis! in? with Mrs. ICohii's p.irenls. M ind Mrs* M. Wigd=r. Mrs. E. Moore Is ill this week. Mr. an;i Mrs. F, X. Shnmnclu •r., and children spent Kimdav =cimii vlsllins with Mrs. Slu inachcr's brother and wife, Mr. ai MVF. Herbert Hodges and famih Mrs. H. B. Mastered) accomjiai 'ed by Mrs. A. LargeiU of Portac '•'il!e visited with friends nnd rel; liv:s in Ciidcon Monda y luornin-., BISTER MARY'S KITCHE^I Today's Contract. Problem In lllf r«ll'i«-lriR Imi'l, s^toulil South iiiiiko mi original liiil oi one, Iwn or llin'c'? K South I}[)L'ILS with a oiio liid •and Xiirlli IUSM-S. 'K:isl will keep llic biildltit; opon. « J!o\v ulli pro- (llUml) A .' <vi fj Xnnf' , . ,1, A K Q !> i'.'I :i Frihitit'ii I:L K'\\: i^snc he happens lo Iwld n slnjlelon I'utmuul and i\ singleton iuar.. i!u- lea-; of ih- kin;; makes MIR- .lint !h<- .singleton fiuecn will nut mukcv Since this is the cas?, South's |-'ay defeat- 1 ; thn coiuracl. 'Copyright, 1933, NBA Service, Inc.) Cardwcll Methodists Have New Minister IIY SlS'l'KIl MAKV NKA Si-rvlc.! SlafT Writer O:d-wcrld i;m>.M.>wlics hnvc ai.<! ways of d'->iny Solution to Previous Contract Problem l.V WM. K. MrKBNNKY Scmlaij 1 , Amrriran Hridge Lens There lire tlmrs when you can count, ihc cards right down and inakf a delhiim play. Then, again. Mo.—Hcv. J. B. • Fo!-.iylhe \vas nssiaiiert (o the Cnrd- ] well Mjlhodist church for the coni- inji yea:' at the rcce:H district con- fticnce. Rev. V. n. Utley, who has been j l-?re Ihc pnsl year, w.-s sent lo | Black Rock. Ark. I Rev. aiirl Mrs. Fjrsyllie arrived j liL-i'e vxC?k. The new pssl-r l:e!<l hi.., li:.'--, services IKTB Sunday nnd Sunday cvciilnij. I Honor Pasi-or's Wife LEPANTO. Ark.—The Women's [Missiouaiy Society of the Method: 1st church of Lepanto honored Mrs. J. L. prultt with a miscel- lar.cous shower. Mrs. Pruitt is the wife of Rev. J. L. Pruitt, former Noted Negro Singer Heard Here Tuesday Florence Cole McCleanc, noted ncsjro singer, appeared on a program at the Ash Street Negro Baptist church here last night. The singer is said to have appeared on programs at the Chicago world fair during the month of August and to have won popularity !u Italy in the role of "Aida" in the well known oix-ra. She was accompanied by Ulna Robeson. musical director or Le- n'.oyne college of Memphis. The program was sponsored by the local negro school. lodca Has Clnb.Parlj. V. Mrs. Murray Srriirt enlerlainsd tha Young Matrons Bridge chib Tuesday afternobh at her horn; on Chickasa^ba avenue. In the card games Mrs. Crawford Green's Von the prize. n=r- fumc. A chicken salad was served with pickles, jam cake and c:ffe3. * * * Compliment Sirs, Rorie. Mrs. p. 13. Rorie,-ivhj leaves tomorrow far I^rt Smith where she is lo mafcc h;r home, was the guest of hcnor at-a'-barty given Tuesday afternoon by' Mrs. Fred Warren and Mrs. G. 6. Hubbard at the Warren home. Dahlias and.roses afforded an attractive setting for the party. Mrs. Rorie was presented hosiery as a parting girt from the hostesses and the gujsts extended best wishes to the guest oj honor. A fruit.salad was served with canapes, olivet and tea. If Olwn Pafty On Poplar Corner Mrs. J. W. Osborne visited her -laughter. 'Mrs. B. W. S'.mtson of Manila. Saturday. J. U. King nnri son Wallace \\crc In Blylhcvlllc on hustness Fri<lay. A was given Monda'y night at the home nf Mr. anil Mrs. Brvan Osliorne, with niu.sic by Archie CrolR nnd U. L. Collins of Exist Cane. Johnnie Lane of Greenville. Miss. arrived "'Saturday for a visit vilh his sister, Mis. Boyil Tom linson. •' '- " WandR Fayc Inicc. liltlr <inu^h' Ur of Mr. and Mrs. Pete nice. \vas sdmitcd to St. Bernard's linspila' it Joncsboro Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen n.-rvy of Carnii vL;ited Mr. Berry's moihi-i and family here Frid.iy. A pie supper was sivon a! school house Friday night- large crowd attended. pvt tamlii; 1 lo cciokiny that v.ho slrlvtr fur economy and icuey mlgh: well study ami C|iy. So'.i]> 10 our foreign neighbors (K?s not meati half a cupful ol clicalrly sea .oued. cure fully (r<>in?d :inrt .-Inrlllrd broth i\s 11 toes lo us. Eouo ns they serve It orms the most substantial purl ol .lie family meal and is a hearty The (liimnltnc'- or j'quciielles" he French ain English \nil into heir soups lun? greal food value ml are very c'lffercnt from our :wu kind of coup 1 earnlsliings. I hey :ire rcnl'.; 1 forcemeat mlx- luies peached In hot soup and ire mi'cle- large or .small according to thj mission ol thu d^li. "Quenelles" i:indc .OB liny IT'ir.i:. ir.artlo cotil.'i be aerved In. a'-ciirr 3! coi'sommc for dinner, luncheon ir "h!»h tea." l-iam quenelles UK ueikkuib seivul In i.':lckcn or vcn! : leek. Tills might =clve your ncj;i brirtgc-limclnon ;) r c!)!cm: Conscmme. with h p. n: quenelle:!, nnpo'ruit and celery ulad v.ith itofjiplovt clie^se dr.v.s- ,nt*. sweet naliitn rolls, pld:ie c ,)|VOH and pros frvc."., (I'.ile nurt mn lortc. cotle-e. Liver halls ii!;ic!e quite BOOL :;zcd nnd poached iu beef stocl. ".-otild be iclcnl for Iho elilldren'. unchcon. nwrtii.; I'ltle mor-j thai Lhrcddcd lel'.iid- ov cabbage anc ,i simple fruit dessert lo complete the msni. NcMilc ballr. are popular and isy to make. To: 1 these. litvi< Irlis of fori'enu-at :iiv wrapped i: f. fquiire of noo-Uc doush nnr! slm- iiKr:ri fifteen rr tvciHy ininulcs .11 boilinf; stock. liver Hills One-half |io::i:d vcnl liver, I :rg. 1 cup dried broad cvumbs. 1 '.nblcspoon flour. 1-2 teaspoon salt 1-4 teaspoon nuliiu's. 1-13 teas(:oot rc]:pcr, few yrjtin^s lemon rind. Parbull liver In tollln;- water Pi:l through fltie knife of food :tiopticr. Add Ur.T.d cnimts. lloiu .<ncl ssasoiihi^s. Mix well and add Lfg well tcater.. K nol molsl enouBh to hold lo^other. add n little milk. Drop E<om lip of PIM^II inio slock :il the l:olliii!! point Cover and slnmu-r .'->]• twenty inlit- itcs. Vigorous boilina when the bolls are dropped inio tin- slooS night break tliun. Serve in plate; „£ sou p. The stock sh n iik! be well sca- Hit case the c, in one { "" 1 "• eOiorUst church In Jones- ons'.cvn Poniisylvaiila the American nrWsc Len^uo at B,,ch lh= Minis j _ Ihe' recent •.. ... , ..... lournamciilj JVmtung KeplHCed With Sinilli T'HfS I-.i'ss Pass V I 4 K .M i> S 2 *(}:'T :: J nfliillcal.•--!:. anil \V Vul. G|U niii;; U'.iil — y I. \vc--i . .y»-tii liiist. l'a«s - 1 V H»«l. 1 N'.'l'. I'ass 3 A •In T'.ISS .5* r, a l'iL:.a G A The nlildir,.'; Over North's I'icl of one heart, 1 ike the (^i:ble. However, \villi ihc Volley Ball Games HOUSTON. Tex. (UP)-Grand- irother has laid aside her knitling ; nnrt picked up a volley ball and mother has swapped her ilust pan j tor .1 tennis racket, according to ' Miss Ethel M. Bowers, field sccre- ! tary of the National Recreation I Asso:iatiou. Miss Bowers, who travels out o New York, said this state of af | fairs was due principally to fewe i clothes snri to a nalion-wid2 inovc- I mcnt to elder ivonun to exercise recreational advantages. "They come to rjdncc, all rl»ht," she said, "but they remain to\play. •It Is a little din'!:ull at firsfrbp- cause they are a-little shy and selfr conscious about such things. '"When they finally catch the Btware tlic Cough or Cold That Hangs On LAKKVIEW, Ore. (UP)—Natural gas spurting from a two-foot hole In the coaler of the dry bed of Goose lake Ls puzzling scientists here. A sheephcrder lighted the jet and found it burning when he returned several days later. Vegetable matter deposited under teds of reeds, Wle.s and water life is believed the source. ..chest COLDS Hailed again by smiling Frenchmen Paris' famous LsBourgei ilr field, Col. Cliarles A. Lindbergh here Is pictured (second from left) as he showed Mrs. Lindbergh th3 scene of hi=.' great triumph oi 1327—the spot where h'e completed his non-stop, New York-lo-Pans solo flight. • . : ' -• ' .pirit. however, they have ibe times; V1NAL HAVE^^.• Me. (UP)— For of their lives especially the grand-1 Ihe flrsl lime ln:WB years no pu- "~"~ ,. ' ' I P'l by the namc;oI-.Vmal is at- Rdvocatrs-dancing itcn<i V 1 " tn ? public ^ciiools of this nothers." Miss Bowers -especially in Ihc schools preyenlative of juvenile cIcllimuvuT;. cy and predicted that repeal of pro- 1 x/ . —as' a i islan ' 1 town.-Once there wore 14 InqiK/n.! Vinuls living'here.'.Now.-there are hibition will send children io playgrounds instead of saloons. Read Courier. News Want Ads. 1 G. G. Caudill General Insorancc 106-N. Broadway Phone 197 Persistent coiiuis and colds lead to Miicus trouble. You can stop tl'r-m now \M';I Crconiuision, nn lv.ii::l. instead of responding u, r ,,i si fi r( i r r(-r:,tr that is plcnsant .,llh o:ic in trimip, I wmild p:-jrcr, lp ,.,,.,,_ crc-::!-uWon is a new nr rcspciisc- of nne spade-. I like: .. r . c[i;crl ( ,, !rcv . n w muwo-fold ac- i. tell my iwitner that I hocl-,. c i 1: it S oothc,',,id hrais the in- .onr in LI major suit, especially, |, n]ncci ln c m bu.r.w nuti inhibits ,\iicn he <!uubU-t the oth'T. •j?vin eiuwth. 'Hie Play cf nil Snon n drugs, creosote is Ecuth upenrri tho slngidon four- ittc;nl7ed ty r.ivh' auth- :1 ot cf I:r:irt5 — :\ot because it is ci-itics :is one (.f ihc grcmc'St heal-. sinslctoii. tu! tc-cauA he ha;i no i 1115 agencies for i^rslslcnt coughs j-:t::r lnnl. A small heau «ns|o.iul colds p.:i-l cih?r forms the •cncd nnd m;iy hrough chemclolh or vou like. If tr.o:i-d. ,:r,d rsiieatcd, lise soup strained not, rcniovctt i.; more throat troub'r.- 1 . Creomuhion con- tnins .1-! • . . ' -I'.a friend to your stomach Cook with CRISCO... it digests quickly I acUlition Jo creosote, t <Hhcr hciiliiv.; elements whicii p!r>ycil from Outi my. North ]i! :J:c jnek, and declarer won iic!c witli" the ace. [•.ast then led his ate of dubs j .'rxlhc and heal the infected ir.d pla;.cii a bi:jall club, which ho biT.nrs and sto?) the irritfltion anrl rllwl in dummy with llu 1 live ol i inflainmatio:'.. vhile the creosote indrs. A small spudc wai re-! tut-s on to 1)13 r.tnmnch, is absorb- !:rncd. ricclnrri- winning with the led Into the Hood, and attacks only •cr and pickin.7 up Smilli's l!-.:s kit Hie king as lh< i'l:mp out. Doclarrr caslv.vl his kinu' of clubs -.i'.(l discarded n diamond froui i - :n:my. He thon pLiyi'd thi 1 jacii f clubs. South covered with the 11. c seat of tlu- iroiible. Creom:!lsion is guaranteed satisfactory in tlu treatment of per- nftcnl ri)iiph.^ LT.ri cclits. p::lhma. lironchilis, and is excellent : frr builtiin;: u.> [lie system !>ftcr j colds cr nu. Your own druggist (rick wT-.s Inmipcn j !s authorized (o refund you: money | Daddy, thoy didn't mean to be noisy! If you kid.s don't stop making that noise Don't deny yourself the flaky pics and fluffy'Ijiscuils and crispy fried foods that you can make with Crisco. You'll run rio risk of overloading your digestion. Crisco is a wholesome fat—i; digests quickly! So rio avoid greasy fried foods and lieavy pie-crust. Enjoy delicious, wholesome Crisco pies. Eat all you want of 'Crisco fried foods that are "dry fried'' never soggy. Crisco foods digest quickly —don't overtax the stomach! And there is no substitute for Crisco, because Crisco is made by Crisco's own secret process—it will keep sweet, fluffy, and wholesome for weeks and months. That's why you never heed to keep Crisco in the refrigerator. Leave that handy 3-lb. Crisco can out in your kitchen so you can use it every time you need a shortening or frying fat! Sold in sealed cans—to protect joorluKh wc-n. and th n dummy. | en Ihc spot if your couph or cold A rmiiil spid? v.-as rcluvipd train j ^f no', rclicicd b;. Crcoanilsion. Adv. Umnu*' ami Kci:th was throun .he lead wilt; the kins. South can ce.unl thr tin-Hirer !<ir two red cr.rds. He :houlil! his king o! diamonds. ! Why? Becauv if Ihr d<vbrcr i'(.!ds the queen and x o! dia- rrjnds. I here i: no play llv.t will tcfrat the contract. Houi-vcr. it t;*iile: A Raw Milk Grade A Pasteurized Milk Vliom" 74 DAIRY CRAIG'S Tcn.o;riuv': Menu BREAKFAST - Slewed dried pricoM. cereal. rr?!i:r.. crisp liroll- (' bacon. Irir-d mvsh svr;;p. inilk-, coltec. LUNCHEON - Brpf brolh with ;.ro<ilo b'ails, shrrddod cabbage and c.itrol salad, b.!Kc<! cinnamcn apples, lisrmils. i: ilk. ten. DINNER — ^i:•at and vegetable ]jie. iceberg IctUiCe with Husslar dref?in?, cannei: peaches in rasp- Itrry j^lly. c:rostiul c.ike. mlik. ollec. Mrs. Ruby -Jackson »-as hostess at a birthday party -given In honor of 'Uttlc.jMk- Bailey, Rambo's nrst blrtriday. .He ;u. the {tin »{ Mr. anrt . . . Mrs. Jiles Rambo. Gifts were received and refreshments served lo 'en little gu&lx. Mrs. Johnny Pierce Weds Tommy French CARUTHERSV1LLE. Mo.—T :i ; rr.atriage of .Mrs. Johnny Viore? and Mr. Tommy French svas solemnized at the EasUvcc.i Memorial Melhaist church hete. wiih t'-.e pastor, the Rev. C. C. B-jinhar.-!!. r;adiug the double rinj corcn-.cnv in l^c presence of a number of vri- i^lves and friends. FoJlowirs lii^ ceremony, t'.ie younp coupl: cieji.iru ed for a hcncymcon trip ;D St. Louis. The bride attended the loc^l tehoois and Is now a co-partner in the variety store business at Hayll. The grosni .was formerly in the employee cf Ihe 3-'.iarte Campus Was Indhn Camp BOSTOr.. (Ul'i _ Tufls college campus wss perhaps >oars ncc tiie camping place fr. r a Irib^ i.f Indians, because ditch dli^er*. while working oil tile 'grosii'ins, dug »p the heart of i lomarmuk. tHEOFORD'S BLACK-DHfHIfJrn A Purely Vegetable Laxalivc for the relief of wcrclpany of thus city. Rorcnily he •••,•• jcred his connection with ihc firnr. ITEMOItnilOins UMIcs) cured without the kiafe. Skin rancir, v.iricosed veins, (on- sils removed non-surj;icallr. DUS. NIK? ami Mi;s OfTicc all Main 1'hoiic 'J'i SALESMEN wili (iniiKly nnl« (hv s;ilr in llii-; new insiirniu-t i)!;in! -SAME- DAY" A (ii'.il'i. f»r :'i;ll junotint is aliJiclnH ;ty, casliahi:' ;-.t liitnk samu lUty of Xoto llirs;< fi-;il«res: • SIO .ANM'AI, I'KKMHIM, A!. I. • NO MI'DH'.U, KXAMIN'ATION • 01. 1) UNI-;. LKGAK ;ii'i'so!i is a pros]icct! V.'ill si -i whore hijrliir pi'icoii iiiMinuicc camv! hi- mt'iiti:i)if(l. 1'rcvjuus insiiraiu-q nxpcrienco rai i-oniptilsory to .-nccc-ss. Kan:inyr'ix)spibililies uiiifniitcil. Write !iiw for full di-iails. ^NATIONAL KQtilTY* UFK INSURANCE CO. M.-\! i, nni.niNi; i.rrn.K HOCK Grace, 1 don't know v/hal's come over Henry. He's alvVoys cross offer dinner. I .wish 1 knew what is disagreeing with him— Well, do try Crisco. It makes such o .. difference wilhi fried foods ond pies . to USE a wholesome' vegetable fat. Henry, you're a new man since I've bean cooking wilh Crisco.' It shows it's important lo use o fat that Pop's going lo moke us an airplane 2c-j[>imilk ii dazcn macaroo-5 . rcrnsta.-ch and salt together. Sllr In' 1 3'(Jka .r.J milk. .Cook ovtrhbt **A .h JJ . I 1*.-HCI J4 Lu^r.lM^^D^d aaa shredded alir.oacis ovfr top ol f'.e. rteh!ice in >.w oven (300=K.) and b/ir.g to a soldca broVn. • f'j?(lIiW« Criv* fatlry. Sift 11$ cupj'flour trvd Vi • Uaspaoa .-»U. Cut in JS cop Criico (tbo «I»ltMh-o • viable [»l).Thtnslo»ly >dd ttot l»blnp»r.< colil wa[cr~--uA« only cf.oygh to blail rr.ixturc. R^ll n-Jl onliptitlj-Ooiircd board. Fit paltry v^ry tiltbttj* nn inverted pic-platci PricV pwtry ill over—Ihis ptovcnu w.rpinf ind babbles. Dike in hot oven (ISO'F.) (or 12 to 15 ^rsP! CRISCO ^ digests <uuc/d&u At Ihc Courier News Conking 'School, Mrs. Creorge Ttnirn used' and rtcomnier.dcd CRISCO, the modern, quick-dige.-thib' shorleninu.

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