The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1943 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO >y Beau Keeps [Experts Busy Seeking Recipes • By -BETTY' MmeDONALO WASHINGTON.— The'UoiUy soybean lias, lead nutritionists a merry raw* In their tireless efforts to trap ( trfe^ beau's high' protein value and .disguise the taste of this import MU> food ' Scientists with the Bureau of Huirian tfutrition have been work- Ing on r the (project slnce'last October and 'have made over : 1650 Individual 'tests to dlscoicr the best rcciiies~ tor SON bean products In addition to Improving the taste, they* are trslng to extend our meat supfijy^by use oi 'he sojbcan in \arious dkhes as protein source Eonie of tile icsulls are. sosbenu gi It 'J.i\ \ egclablc cho» der making up 30 'percent of the solids; ten percent soybean meal for gingerbread; meat loaf formula which substitutes soy guts for 25 peicent of the meat. SAW: .THOSE .BRUSHES Salvage officials in ••Washington are ^planning -an .-Intensive drive tluough retail paint firms to cdu- catc'the public in sahnge and repair* of old pilnt, brushes New liaint brushes are infeiior, due to the fact that they aren't' made of- hog» bustles (Bristles fiom the hog-^of; China, arc no more.) Prc- var jjrushcs can be easily icclalm- ecl by following simple. .instruct Ions now-being drawn up by the salvage offict. Kru;\r>_tJPON THE WATER Lr-iid-lcnse figuics for ceilaln staple ^products should pio\e to the Houbters that the stuff h going p\cr, that we're not sacrificing in vain, Some of. the ..Items: Over S17 million pounds of fluid milk products, 314 million pounds of dric4 eggs, 80' million pounds of diy Jrult, 517 million pounds of all types of dressed meat. GOING-ALMOST GONE AdU more war casualties on the civilian front: hnrdwoort .furniture, curtain material, clothes hampers, oil cloth,'.* steel knitting needles and Tatting 'shuttles, steamer robes, hammocks, wardrobe bags, metal kcys-for opening cans. ODDS 'N' ENDS Farmers will get about 20,000 tons ',ot Inrtfect wire fiom the Army' in areas .where their fences have been, damaged by floods, and WPB will arrange for replacement within 90 days : for the Armv. . . . Shoe, dealers can obtain OPA stickers it district offices to atlnclv to shoes they are selling ration-free because of damage bj fire, steam, v*ater or oilier accidental causes Compression of dohj dialed eggs for overseas shipment 1 ) resulted in a saving of- 33,375 cubic feet aboard ship ' ' • BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS I PcfcfbV.'Unlocks' Boy's-Stomachlj ^, 3f — ~Ti fa ,1 ; 'IW ««»' fh j |^bV,^'W.sharppi^ -i?^ ?< ' - 'i* > T i |1 Dr Samnet Slider of New YoiK added nnothei chapto to mcdic.i! Insloiv when he icmovccl n llnj padfotk fiom Ihc stomach of 0-' Jear-okl Donald • Brown by usini! a masnct Inslcad of surgery 1 ponnld and Dr. Samuel Achs, who assisted Dr.• Slider take a look ; at-mngncl and padlock, loj>, while X-ray pholos, below, show how 1 u.*."*-;,,~magnet opproachcd nnd>ailrnctcd the racial loclc. -- . j Knitters Necflcd To Make Garments' For Service Men Foi economy, Australia has made smaller stamps and printed fewer pictures on postcards. Pressed wood is being used to make refngerators, saumj more, than 100 pounds of steel per unlt.O A '^ chimpanzee^ can sometimes o\ercomo a leopard by biting'-'Us I Chickasawba Chapter of the American Red Cross has, received another large shipment of'yam to x knit inlo warm garments for :he men of our armed forces, It was announced today by Mrs. c. W. AITIlck, chairman of Ihls project,.. Work must be begun at once If these garments arc to be ready for shipment by cold weather, U was pointed out. Anyone desiring lo do knitting can obtain yarn, needles and directions from Mrs. Alllick at her home, corner of Tenlh and Walnut. Any persons who are not now knitting, but who still have needles belonging to the Hcd Cross have been asked either lo return them to Mrs. Alllick, or to gel in touch with her by telephone, ns there- Is.a pressing need for these needles, It was announced. Now It's' The Wri —School Teachers Who Stick To Jobs S Along with the WAACS, WAVE, and other such organizations thoi has been born a new Rroup—WIT —which Is for those women of 111 leaching profession who would re main on their job rather (ban see more lucrative positions "The past-ivar world will be tlar Indeed if the light of learnln falls" Is Ihc explanation given fo urging educated women tiainc for teaching not to forsake the profession In these war limes, Protecting and perpetuating 11: American way of life with the ger oral mid the statesman stands tl: teauhcr, according to the "Womc In Teaching Service" orgiuiiznllo which points out that while othc services :imy nppear more glamor ous, "the,,work^of'Hhe 'teacher^ the foiimintlon of society'.;' "'••''• • Read Courier News want ad t State Guard Maneuvers Held In Southeast Missouri Tuesday Night CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., July 1. —The "paratroopers" took Carntli- "Svlllc Tuesday night In 58 mln- IM, ns the Slate Guard null of tils city embarked on the first of a cries of out-door war-time mancu- crs under direction of Lieut. Cecil 'coper, who Is In charge of the Iuard while Capt, II. M, Pierce Is 3rvlng as Instructor in the State iunrd training school being con- uetcil on Culvrc IV.ver this Sum- icr. For the maneuvers, the armory uul been designated as an nin- umiltlon duni)), and the "invaders" vcre to worm their w«y piist se- rcti'd "snipers" and defending orces near enough to loss duminy iniul grenades of waste flour gainst the building. The iiianeu- •ers began at 8:00 p. in. with 'zero hour" at 8:20. At 9:18, Obyc Coker, member of the "Invaders," completed his approach nnd "Masted" the objective with two dummy (jrcnndcs. lie out-maneuvered nnd out-Hanked two secreted snipers mil two defenders during his approach, and was credited vrttli •killing" them by. Lieut. Cooper, who served, as referee. Uciil. Holjert C. Mehrle was In thargc of the lulerce|)tlng ami defending forces, ass'lsted by Sgt. John W. Sawyer, Jr. Thu "invader.-;" were In command of Sgt Balph Baker. In mnklng his approach and attack, Guardsman Coker, who Is ramify lax assessor, crawled am Miulrmcd along a roadside ditch fxitlonl to n cotton field, wormed his way across tills, encountering the secreted "snipers" and defend era criroulc. ills stalking . experiences as a hunter of duck, deer and oilier 'wild game aided him considerably'In making his "sncuk- hpproaclr and out-maneuvering the sccrclcd "snipers" und defenders. Huffman News Miss Vlrgliiln Men-lit of SI. Louis Is spending two weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Orbrcy Merrill and Miss Iris Hughes. I'vl, John Hughes of Memphis spent the weekend ut home. Sergt. ond Mrs. Dewey Davis of Hlytheville spent .the weekend with Mrs. mvls mother, Mrs. G. C Hughes. , Nell Moore Is III at her home this week. Miss iris • Hughes and Miss vlr- jinla Merrill spent .Saturday night, vlth Mis, Joye Hoss of Biytlicvillc. Jackie Phillips of Louisiana Is pending (he Summer vacation with his grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. li. I,. Mpoi'c. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hughes ami •lilldreii spent the- weekend in Unco, Mo., with her purenLs, Mr. and Mrs. Sam McAdnms. MMOROLINE 5cnnpis\ PE1I10LEUH JELLY <?& Training Session Ends At Hayti, Mo. CAnUTIlERSyiLLE, Mo., July 1. —One hundred' arid twelve boys nud girls, rcprcsentliii; 29 churches in 1'emlscot and New Madrid cotm- -ies, were registered in atlendancc at' tho training session of Ihc New Madrid Baptist Association, which conclmlwl this week end at Hayti. The week's program Ijegau last Monday, IIJK! the dally sessions THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1943 were held at the Northsidc Park, north of Haytl. The sessions were under .siioii- sorslilji of the W. M. U., of which Mrs. R. L. Gilbert of Hayll Is general president. Dally programs consisted of devotions, missionary studies on Soiilh America, liwlmc- Uon In life saving and swjmmlni;, mid first nld classes. The rtcv. W. 15. Lawes of Wardell was camp pastor. Faculty members Included Mrs. c. C, 1 im- baiiglt, Stcele; Mrs. F. I,. Owctw Wardell; and Mrs. Charles Dor- roli, Mrs. Vf, ['. ilobci-lson, Mrs. Ed James, and Mrs. John Asher, Carutliersvllte. The Rev. j T Spurlln of Hayti was moderator. Br. J. v. Moore, mayor of Hay- ll, extended Hie use of his private .swimming irool each afternoon during the week's sessions Picnic dinners were served eucli day in the park, and games wi-re played under supervision of the faculty, and several pastors of the Association. All Hagg Asks Is Woods Or Fields l!y NBA Service : CHICAGO.—Gunlder Hagg simplifies a track tour director's job. "I don't need a track for training," the Swlfi swede advised Dan Ferris, secretary-treasurer of the AAU. "Just get me some woods or fields." In Southern California, Hagg will train at Lake Arrowhead, where (ho cool, pliie-acenUd air will remind him of Hanover. N. H., and Gavlc, Sweden. While in San Francisco, Guilder the Wonder will be Dllleted at the Lakeside Country Club, where there Is a golf course :o run on. Read courier News want ad». THE FIAVOK. TELLS BLUE PLATE Mayonnaise */ *ip^ MADE tY THE WISSON Oil MOPIE Tires on the rear wheels of automobiles wear out one - fifth faster than those in front. Tired Kidneys Often Bring leepless ,» MUM 01 -I*"nil3 blood, it W. .-«(« horn Mur'tt'^^fe- 1 But when the crowd is there the long distance operator will say: "Please Limit Your Call to 5 Minutes. Others Are Waiting." It's a way you can help in wartime. SOUTHWESTERN BEIL TELEPHONE CO. AMERICA eoes mm •S!S"y - Pepst-t'ela- IK-lllhin Co. ot Blythevlllc Hcrshey's COCOA 18 Oz. Pkjf. ir>c; 11 Oz. f Ac IU DER, I Ll>. Can ID Ciilunict KAKING POW--fCc 29 1 VINEGAR 1 Gal Jug UINSO, Giant G7c; Ac !,|?c. 2;ic; Small, 2 for Macaroni .'•'•. lOc Tomato Juice 24c Grapefruit Juice QO C '17 O/. Can ........... VL I'EAS, Peter Pan, -tTc Sweet, Can ... ....... Iw WASH HOARDS Glass, Each JAR RINGS Cc Kubher, 2 Lip, Dn/. ..... 3 COFFEE, Chase & AAc Sanborn, Lb ........... OW itfC MOST out of w, Sliced Bacon 2»: 45c Cheese in( ' Ko|(v SMOKED pice? S9c Bologna h s k Lb. 22c VEAL ROAST OLEO BUTTER I.b. LI). r s ±r,,, 33 19 49' BRICK CHEESE 39 1)iu nr Snur School Girl Size lte ' f ' I.b. SALT MEAT PORK ROAST CREMOOLEO FDANVC ARMOUH STAR rnHnno MAYROSE, i,b. BULLION ,„. 25 C 35: Liver, 10' SQUASH White or Yellow, Pound 5c GREEN BEANS LETTUCE CORN ORANGES LEMONS WINESAP APPLES ONIONS POTATOES Home Grown Pound Iceberg, Nice Firm Heads HOME GROWN Ear California 200's Size Doz. Calif. Sunkist 300's Size Each Pound WHITE GLOBE Pound Pound 14 1 4' 45' 4' 15 C 10 Prices Good Friday & Saturday! 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