The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1943 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 19, 1943
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t 7,.,-,;^, ,•;*, * ,\ • ' t tM\' r .V'''' ( • " ' " f PAOw TWO ' i" , (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1943 Corp, R. T. Kurtz Weds •Die marriage of Miss Frances June, C-W, daughter of Mr, and Mrsi-Victor Orlando Gray of Ut- tlc nock, to Corp. Russell Theodore Krutz, son of Ml. and Mrs Benjamin lx>ma\ Kiutz, was solemnized Sunday aflenioon, 4 o'Uock, at the Fust Naxaiene Church in Little Rock The Rev A G DlfTce, pnstoi, lead the \OAS. A musical piogram was B'\eil during Ihe lighting of the (ipcis The biide, who was given 'n marrhse bj hei father, wore a gown of antique slipper satin and net, the bodice-designed with a Mlk net poitialt joke, edged with lace and si ltn> clustej of pcai) oiange blossoms The lull net skill founed a foimal train, and hei veil fell fiorn a pearl coronet She can led a biidal bouquet of calla hlics Miss 'Sarah Elizabeth DIITce, cousin of the bride, served ns maid of 1101191, and bildeunaids wcie Miss jean Moigan, Miss Florence Eldci Miss Fern Pevia.and Miss Cathe' line'Campbell, oil of Ultle Hook r)ie=ses of the nUendants \\cie fashioned of net In paslel sliadcs and lliey carried colonial bouquets Pfc. Alton Henderson of Cam) Robinson, Ark., served as best man ind usheis v>eie Lajlon Giay o' Hot Springs, Scigt Alc\ Potter of Camp -Robinson, Douglas Par ker of Conway, and Pvt. John P Burke of Camp Robinson. Bobbie and Robbie Dcfl'cc wer flower girls and Victor Fredrick Diflee ,wns ring bearer. A reception was held at the lionic of Uie bride's parents immediately following ihe ceremony. Corporal and Mrs. Krutz are now the guests of the bridegroom's parents' while; lie is on furlough. He will return lo this Elation at Camp Olalbourne, !.«., next week, and Mrs Krgt? will lemaln with her parents.' in LUtle Hock- until June ,, i\t fthlch line she wll join hoi husband. . . S licy entertained nt the Wilson ome Guests in addition to club icmbcrs were Mrs. J. J. Cook- lon, Mrs. G. R. Carler nnd Mrs. Vflllnm Brccdeliocif of Onmha, •Jeb. 'flic St.'Patrick's Day mollf was arricd out throughout the dcco- ations. In the contest ployed, Irs. George W. Barham «nd Mrs. Jbokslon were winners. Later, bunco wns played with nines awarded lo Mrs. lirecdelioclf, Mrs. J. A. Siillbn and George W. inrhnni. A combination salad and sand- vlch plate was .served with Iccii drinks. * * • MID-WEEK CMW MEETS WITH MKS. A. CONWAY All memb:rs were present ycslcr- :lny when Mrs. A. Conway entertained Hie Mid-Week Club with a Navy Recruiter Calls For Women Between 20 and 36 A special appeal lo women between 20 and !IO, who hnvc completed (wo years In high .school, wns Issued loday by Lieut. W. M. Wlsncr. Navy Recruiting o/flcer for Arkansas, who explained that lliere is an urgent need for women to replace men at shore • stations, ns members of the WAVKS ami Women wlio can qualify will be nlMfd in Ilia WAVES, iv branch of tin; Navy for women, or In Hie unclicon party nt her home. Vases of jonquils and oilier Spring blossoms were used Ihrongh- out (he living rooms where lunch non was served at small tables. High score games went Hahies. in the bridge to Mrs, Harry W. SPARS, sister-unit of the Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Agnes Weeks To Give Concert Thursday Night MLss Agnes Weeks, director of music for First Methodist, Church, will present a benefit piano concert Thursday night 8 o'clock at the church,-when a free will of- ft'ilng will be taken for the choir Or. Milton E. Webb of Chicago, as arrived for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. K Webb. fund of the church. Mrs. Farmer England, soloist, will assist in the concert accompanied by Ann IJcen, a piano pupil of Miss Weeks. . • Miss Weeks, who has been leaching here for a year in addition to her church work, has studied for four years In Europe, where ilurlng the lusl year of her slay Demonstration • .#*••' I Club News Notes Corp. John liunictt, who Is ;>lu-|.,],,. wi is rmulc assistant lo her ENTERTAINS TWO CI.UBS AT PARTIES YKSTEKBAY. Mrs. Olio Scra'ne was hostess yesterday lo members of two bridge clubs to which she belongs, when ihi entertained at parties. in the -afternoon, Mrs. Scrape had ns her guesls members o! Club tight whom she entertainer, a.' iliei home In aildilion lo club members, Mrs.'Rupert. Crafton also Vas 1 guest W ns a guest. Prizes m tlje budge games \\eie prizes were received by Mrs. Crnfton for hlgl score and. by Mrs. H. G. Parllo\\ foi -second high A dcsseit coinse uns scivcd I/ist night, Mis Scrape outer taincd members'! of .the Triple Ta tie. Club at llic home of her molh ci ? Mr; G S Barnes. ( , Mrs ~MiC Smith icccivcd lilg s.cqie pnzc ind Mis Sam Slke was s second •• high. The" hostess served a dessert course- at the conclusion of the games. DAUGHTER IS BOKN LAST NKiUT AT UOHI'ITAL Chaplain and Mrs. Julian Lindscy announce the bh'lh of a daughter, bora last nielli nt Walls Hospital. Tho Iwliy has been named Alice lone. Chaplain Mis. Lindscy have a son, nrynnt, l\vr/years old, * /* * IKS. COLSTON ENTERTAINS ! N. 11. IdJNCO MBMHIJKS lMS went lo ihc hostess. Mrs. lella Davis nnd Mrs. Don Kd- •lu-ds when the Ci. N. B. Bunco !]uu met yesterday afternoon at ic home of Mrs. W. C. Colston. Mrs. Colston ' received bunco word, Mrs, Davis the hlj'.h prl/e ml Mrs. Edwards, low. .' Mrs. Edwards. nnd Mrs. Ray Vaters were guests for the weekly ffair. Polled plants decorated the llv- ng room where the players were c'rved a whipped fruit gelatine lesscrt course at conclusion of [ami's. • + • It AND L CLUB VAKTY IS GIVEN. WEHNESDAY Mrs. Robert Weldman cnlertain- cd inenibcrs of the B and \, Club with a St. Patrick's Day party nlghl nl ' her home. WAVES operated by Ihe U, S. Coast Guard. In these organisations, women re given '[mining 1 exactly as are men of Ihc Navy. They arc given (200 for tlie purchase of. clothing upon enlistment, an<l may earn as high us $203 n monlli, Including salary and allowances. .. '. . . . Robert E. 'lion-ell, .recruiter'. In charge of Ihc Navy Recruiting SUV lion In Blylhcvllle, said today-thai,' should as ninny as four women of this or neighboring towns desire to enlist, lie will'arrange to .call for them In his car and transport llicm lo the Recruiting Station .wjlhoul clioi'iic. He reached in Bly- lluville nt the courthouse, < Since Feb. 3, more .than 200 Aransas women huvo cnllslcd In t.bc VAVBS and SPARS, Lieutenant Wlsncr announced today', ' ' when Mrs. Artie Blnnkenshlp also awarded to Mrs. Boyce Moore for high score, tc Mis. Edgar Cherry for low nnd lo Mrs. wcldnmn for bunco. A sandwich plate with lce<' drinks Wjjs -served., MKS. W. t. TANNER GUEST AT TllflKSDAY UINCU CI.UK Keeping Up With The Men In Service Honed at Fort Sill, Okla., is spending a short furlough here with his wife and son, nnd his mother, Mrs. !.. M. Bmnctle. Mrs, P. L. Husbands, who spent most of January in Texas and recently returned there to look after the family's plantation Interests, Is vnciitlonlng In Mcxio City and other points of Mexico for several weeks. Mrs. II. C. Walls of Houston, Texas, Ls the guest of her mother, Mrs, K. P. Lee, and family for ,wo weeks. She Is the former Miss Georgia We. Mrs. W. A. lilankenshli) his gone, lo l-'oil Smith to visit her daughter, Mrs. Morris Abel, nnd family.- Roland Bishop, turned down by the Army the first lime some months ngo, again has been re-' jcclcd nt Ultle Rock Ijecnuse ' of a physical ailment, nnd has returned to his position here as assistant cnshier of the First : National Bank. Since he first failed to pass UR physical examination at Ultle Rock, prior to his xpectcd Induction, he took n va- atlon and sjiciil. much lime rcst- i(f in an effort to build'up his cncral condition Wit again failed o pass. Harry W. Halnes returned last lyht from Rochester, Minn., where c went to Mayo's Clinic for a hyslciil check-up. En route home e visited in Milwaukee and ste- ens Point, Wis. Mrs. A. A. Newman of Riplcy, 'cnn., Is spending the week here s the guest of her son, Clyde Newman nnd family, and Mr. nnd Uis. Enil McGregor. leather'in Paris. At The Hospitals r.lylcvillc llosiilfnl Admitted— Elmer' ! Joe Brown,-city. II, ')'. Brooks, Horncrsville, Mo. MLss Kdna Ealon, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chesl- hul, city, a dangler, Ihls morning. Dlssinisscd— Mrs. (Jeorge-Neal, HornersviUc, The Armorcl Home Deinonstra- llon Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs.' V. II. Parrlshc with V! members and one visitor present. Roll call was answered wilh n brief report on what has been planted In the yiclory gardens. Mrs, T. ,R. Watson nnd Mrs. D. R. Gurncr gave a demonstration on the making of collage cheese. During the business session, :j|:ins were inadq to have a play for the tournament, a committee was appointed to purchase three rugs for the club house, and plans were discussed for meeting at tlie school house to roll bandages for the Red 'Cross Iwo afternoons each v,'ee,t. The losing- learn In the recent Mo, Mhs Elizabeth Woods, City, 'Mo. Walls Hospital vhlch will be held at tho home of Mrs. Charles Howard. The hostess .served u salad plate, Presbyterians To Hear Chaplain Lindsey Sunday The ficrinon at the Sunday morn- Ing service at First Presbyterian Church will be delivered by Chaplain Julian A. Lindscy, of the fily- thevillc Army Air Field, it was announced loday. c The Rev. James A. Ovcrholser, pastor of the Church, will be guest minister Sunday at the Uuntyn Presbyterian Church In Memphis. To Preach At Lone Oak The Rev. Dales Sturdy, pastor of the Lake Street Methodist Church, will preach tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at Ihe Lone Oak Methodist Church, it was announced today. The public is cordially invited lo AT FIRST 5IONOFA _ USE 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS TCCT PETROLEUM JEILYTHISWAY H E«* B JVrss Morotiiso bclwcwi llniiiiiJ '/—2~-l[ unil tiratr.Knrnwiifluwh'iirairl. Ixjiii- iilirfd [irovc MuroJine* l,i,-l, <,ualily. Fur jiiiiior vula Wagner W. Adams, whg is stn- tloiicd nt Blythnville Anny Air, Reid, hns been promoted' to rank of corporal. Corporal Adains wns formerly emloyed . at Langslon- Wrolen Motor Company. Pfc. James W. Alford,' .who is stationed, in New York' in llie Army Signal Corps,- has been promoted to the rank of cor[X>ral. The Armored Force School Communication Department, Fort Knox ICy., hns announced Ihe grndun- llon of n new class of skilled radio eleotrlclaiis. Among the graduates Ls Corp. Alvin Lane, son of Mrs Martha Ijinc,- 7!2 West Main. Pfc. Eddie R. Anderson, son of W. L. Anderson wns recently grad- Mrs W ~H Tanner \vlto lived 'In nalcd from Ihe . Forl Crook Ord- Blythcville until she : moved to nance - ' ' """ Ileieim, was guest of'-Mrs. J. A. Ci'ook, CRAMTORI) HONORS BRI'DGE'/CLUB MEMBERS, ijiirs Ivy W Cinwford «as !.as less to members of the ' Double Four Club yesterday afternoon at her home. Bmvls of Jonquils and olhcr Spring flowers were use;! lo rtcco- rate 1 the living room where bridge •n4s plajed, with high scoie beint! won by Mrs A E Henry and second high by Mrs. Crawford. A salad, plate : with iced drink: vfis served. to A. "when" she had Die Thursday -juncheon Club this week. She has been the gufst of her molhcr, Mrs. 1 J. Malinn, and family. Automotive School, .Forl Nel.i; The course covcrci maintenance, repair and convoying i)I government vehicles ranging trom the "jeep" lo Ihe large prime Admitted"- . ' Mrs. Codlc Colburn. Holland, Mo. Mrs. George' Fargo, city. ' Mrs. K.- T. Lttndon, clly. Shirley Ingram,., city. II. W. Mahan, city. Dun Marshnll,. Osccola. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. ' H. B. Bryant, 'Huyli, Mo., n son, last Born lo Mr. -and Mrs. Eugene Osbcime, city, n daughter, last Capt. nnd Mrs. Julian night. 13oin to A. Lindscy,• city,-a'daughter, last nlghl. DIsjniMed— Mrs. W. .M. Lawrence, Hermondale. Mo. Mrs. Wavcy Nighton, Holland, Mo. Ctrl Scout Month To Be Observed Here Girl Scouts of Blythevilie, in special observance of National Girl Scout Month, wi|l present a pageant next Friday night, March 28, iflcr having-arranged for n special display in a downtown store wln- :low lo exemplify accomplishments of this gron'iJ. The display will be arranged ffe RE LIE WC SORE THRO AT duetoacold...let a little time-tested V;ipoKub melt in your mouth line! mover. The eight, present were served I Pvt. William C. Regan Jr., son of lunch at Ihc dlnint; roam inble Mr. and Mrs. Reagan Sr., has made which haii an awilia ccntcn-lece to U score of 239 out of a possible 250 ,d;l n colorful note. In pislol firing practice at-Port In llic bridge games which fol- Kno,x, Ky. lowed, Mrs. C. W. Afflict received! p v [ Samuel P. Garni; son of.Wj 1 , high score and Mi's. Tanner sec-|., n j Mrs, Simon Peter Gnnn, .has fired a perfect score in target practice with the sub - machine gun at Port Knox, Ky. will over the weekend in the J. C. Penney Company store. The pageant, will be free lo the public in an aim to better acquaint Blylhcvllle people wilh Uie future \yomen leaders of the city who lire laying Uie foundation by participating- In', llic Girl Scout program of Improvement of health, character, spirit and mind. H will be held nl Ihe high school auditorium. Mrs. II. O. Barnett, Caruthers- vilie, Mo. Harold. .Geslrlng, Stccle, Mo. . Mi-mjiliis l!:iptist lICHpilal Admitted — Mrs. M. J. Drlskell, OscEola. Double Bridffes News ' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogle, who have reeenlly moved to Ihis cam- •tnunUy from Armorcl .announce Ihe birth of a sou, born Monday. II. P. Worslcy, who hag been sei'ioiiMy ill. is now able to be up part of each day. .,: Miss Helen Morris nnd Miss Mildred Chambers will arrive Thursday froth Boonevillc for a two- weeks visit here wilh relatives. Mrs. Howard liowcn nnd daughter, Felix Evelyn, spent tlie weekend In Memphis as guesls of Mrs. Bowcn's mother, Mrs. J. M. Nicholson, who has been 111 for several weeks. membership drive will entertain-jattend this service, the winning team and their husbands Saturday night, 1:30 o'clock with a supper ill tho club house. The devotional was given by Mrs. D. R. Garner, and Ihe closing prayer was offered by Mrs. J, B. Maycs. The Double Bridges Home Demonstration Club held the March meeting nt tlie home of Mrs. Harvy Pcrmenter. In tlie absence of tlie president, Mrs. Worslcy, Mrs. A. B. Rozzellc presided. Fourlecn members responded to Ihe roll call with a brief report of what progress Ihey had made with their Victory gardens. Mrs. Hunt Rogers, newly elected secretary, gave the devotional with a poem followed bv a prayer. A lalk on "Vitamins from the Farm lo You" was given by Mrs. Rozzcllc, and Miss Kincaid gave cheese demonstration together with n receipt for cheese fondu. Mrs. Sims Morris became a new member. Mrs. S. B. Rozzcllc will lie poultry leader for Ihe April meeting HWToRiiieve Bronchitis Oreomulslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays tlie cough or you are to have your money back. • CREOMULSION forCouahs.Chesr Colds. Bronchitis ^^™*^ f II/ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 I.ISTKN TO Kt.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today 'Random Harvest' with Gr(er Gurson and Ronald C'nleman This stamp is good lor 5 pounds until May 31. You need sugar. Do not waste it. Use all ol your sugar slamps. Buy DOMINO in many varieties: Granulated Old Fashioned Brown Confectioners XXXX Tablets Superfine Yellow Pure SUGAR CANE Sugars rar.imouut News anil Slmrl. Saturday Clarence '£. Mulford's' Undavorer ^WILLIAM BOYD .» tHW CLYOt • !*'( KIBBV • MIIONIO K'OKITO . KOW IANE • CKRIS ffl IMSI1II "Serrcf Code" No. 13, and Shurl Subjects. Sunday & Monday IT'S A FURLOUGH OF FUN! ...wlfh ihe headline honeys of screen and radio! Frank Miller has. been ill for Ihe past 1 week. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS IIA.S PAUTY luVST NIGHT Pvt. Aaron Williams, son of Mrs. CLUB MEETS WITH SIRS. .BANISTER. Mrs. R. L. Banister entertalnec the Thursday Contract Club nnc four guests yesterday afternoon a her home. Guests were Mrs. Fred V.j Rutherford, Mrs: Jack Brooks, Airs. C. C. LaiiBston and Mrs. Malt' Monaghan. Jontjiiils were used to decorate lie living room of the BniiLster .me. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. ijAigstan for high score and to Mrs. Monaghnn for second high. Light refreshments were served. * * • * CI.IJB PARTY IS GIVEN FOR'. MEMBERS, GUESTS Mrs. W. W. Hollipeter and Mrs. B. B. .Wilson were hostesses last night to members of the Past Ma- Irons and Past Patrons Club, Order • of the Eastern Star, when Mrs. George Hudson was hostess norn Willinms of Manila, was lo members ol the Euzelian Class, gi-nclnated Mureh 15 as nn airplane Pirst naplisl Sunday School Tues- | mechanic at Kecsler Field, Miss, day night at her home, when Mrs. niP ' C> '' TC1111 " Be « ins WAAC Training MIS Giles Ramuo and Mrs. Bob — Ovens were honored with a hand- Anxillary Georgia Ucalrlce E\idy kerchief shower, us both arc leav- of uycss has slarlcd irniuing at Brown Infant Dies Elmer Joe Brown, eight months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Urawn, died !ite last night at Bly- :hevillc Hospital. Funeral services were held this afternoon, 4 o'clock, at Cobl) Funeral Home, by the Rev. G. W. Archer, pastor of Second liisplisl Church. Burial followed at Maple Grove Cemetery. Besides his parents, the baby survived by three brothers, James, Eldon and Wesley Brown, and one sisler, Sue Brown. Ihc First Women's Army Auxiliary games Corps Training center nt Fort DCS «B Blyllicvlllc. During tlie social hour were played with prizes going lo Moines, Iowa. Mrs. Owens find Mrs.'Earl McGre- gcr ami Mrs. J. C. IWul. 'Guests were laken lo Ihe Rustic | Inn lor refreshments. Social Calendar - SATURDAY'S EVENTS Chapter "N", P. E. O. meeting at Armory • bandage room, 10 a. m ME? vwwvwwvwvvvvww SINK A SUB? Yes, you! You can help provide the depth charge tbat will sink a Nazi sub—savu thousands of American lives—insure inoro supplies Tor our lighting forcesl Just buy u. S. \ Bonds—buy them with every single penny you can save. They're a powerful way in which you can mnkc Victory ours! And remember, U. S. War Bonds are the soundest; most productive investment you cnnmake—one that pays you bock $4 for every $3 at the cut! of 10 years. BUY WAR BONDS TODAY! fublfjNfli! In co-op.Tdlton irlift the Drw, Ctomellc and Allkd /nuujfrirj t>'j: ." VE6ETABLE COMPCUNB wwwvvvvvvvwvvww ad Courier News want ads. PE METRO Mniny users Bay "first \iso is a rovclntioii." Uagnbasoof old fnaJiioned million B\iol, De iar25f,»loiiHc supply 35f. mand atuinlesa Penctro. . Gciier- supply 35f. HERE S ONE COAT MAGIC lor Furnituie, Walls, Woodwork Buy a can of DUCO today Anybody can get a fine job with DUCO! Comes in glossy white and a full range of jcwcl-likc colors. It brushes out smooth and easy—fast! No laps, no brush macks. It dries rapidly to a sparkling hard surface 'that's as easy to clean as a china plate. Try it and see! DUCO RE.C. U. S.PA1. Off. "? The ITasfesf-fo-ITse Enamel John Miles Miller Co. Distributor THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... CORRECTION Our Advertisement, it) yesterday's Courier News read, "MANITEX RUGS—1000 Size 0x12 Linoleum RUKS Special at -\M eat-li." This was in error—it should have read: MANITEX RUGS 1000 Size !K12 I{ UKH _-Si>cci;il nl ............ c:\d\ (The word "Linulcum" should nnl have been used.) Hubbard Furniture Co. ISUVW. Ash Phone 2007 KATE SMITH says; "I bet when you try this Currant Orange Loaf recipe, and then try its grand Prune Nut variation, you'll feel just the way I do! They're both best! "And one reason for that is dependable; riounle-acting Calumet. Because with Calumet you get a light, airy tex. ture and a tenderness that makes you proud ... every time!" e;T Pby, CNca< B.od^/- DcrctV/ E-T/fe,t D;r«l«l by CHARLES UMONT sr«;oie Ptciuctt, BERNARD V/. BURTON A UNlVERSAt PICTURE tr . l*;irainount News anil Sllort ROXY Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. Show Every Night 7:00 Bo* Office Opens 6:30 Continuous Shows Sat. >nd Sun. Last Time Today Little Tokyo U.S.A. with I'rof(on Foster Joyce anil Ilrcmll Selected Slinrts MATINKE TODAY Saturday "Glad we ran inlo you. Judge. I was just tryin' to set Helen straight on tins business about sugar. I wish you'd tell her what you told me last night down at lodge." "Clad to, Jim. I told him, Helen, that there's not a single bit of truth to Ihe rumor that the distillers use sugar in making whiskey. They make it exclusively from grain. Only bootleggers use sugar to make whiskey, 1 read an article in the paper just last week that goes to prove it. H told how a confessed bootlegger in a Federal court testified to Ihe fact that another bootlegger, also on trial, had bought a million pounds of sugar a few years ago. "As a mailer of (act, Helen, no distiller is making whiskey today and hasn't for many months. All distillers are working night and day producing war alcohol for the government. And they raakc every drop of it exclusively from grain, too." Cor.Jatnfl ofAkoMie Btrtlatt InJutftbl, fnt. CURRANT ORANGE IOAF Add ornnge rind and mix »-eH; (hen add currants. Combine tfg, milk, and shortening; odd to. flour mixture and blend. Bot« "n greased loaf pan, 9x5x3 inches, in moderate oven f350"F.) 1 hour, or until done. Store several hours twfore slicing. MUNE NU1 IOAF Substitute Vi cup crioppjd English walnut, black walnut, or pecan meats and I cup finely cut dried prunes for currann •nd orange rind !n above recipe. IAI1 measurements arc. level.) *t!sttn It "Kit, Smith Sptaki,' CBS Network 3 cups sifted flour 3 teaspoons Calunwt Baking Powder *A teaspoon s^lt '/i cup sugar or datlc corn syrup 2 teaspoons grated orange rind I'/j cups currants 1 egs. well bcat<n 'cupmilk 4 tablespoons melted shortening Sift flour once, measure, «dd baking powder, salt, and sugar «nd sift again. (If corn syrup is ""d, combine syrup with mili.) -m, RUSSELL HAYDEN ! "ULjIetj Ihe" trfwc'di • Sprier Pa!1> [ A COLUMBIA PICTURE New!! BIG WARTIME ECONOMY SIZE-250Z. CAN CALUMET BAKING POWDER Serial "Overland Mail" Xo. K Selected Sliorls. Ccml. Showing SrUur. 1:00 16 11:30. Sunday, and Monday Week End In Havana 9 with Alice Fay and John Payne • I'o.x News and Slinrts Continuous showing Sun. 2 to 11:M

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