The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1932 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 28, 1932
Page 6
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JFKIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1932 HLYTIIKVFI^E, (ARK.) COURIER NKWS Smallest Auto In World Here For Local Texaco Agent Sponsors Tiny Car Stopping In Blytheviile. •\!i automobile so small lhat It ran be driven under a horse or bc- t'.vcon a tall man's less roaches !:«e yesterday nnd will be displayed (or a week at tlia Hubbard Fiir- niturc company show window b) .Is owner and inventor, Roy Al- irlght, who claims for It (lie distinction o[ being U:e world's snuli- cst transcontlnentfll auto. The tiny ear is to be shown here by V. B. Joyncr, local Texaco Wit, in i'OoiK?ration with tlic Tol- liiB business concerns: llubb.ud Furniture Co., Main Service Station, Slioiise-Uttle Chevrolet Co., and Hubbard Hardware Co. From 4 p.m. to 11 a.m. each day the car can be seen In the S'.IOK window of Hubbard Furniture company and during the hours it is net displayed the car will be driven over Bl.vthevilte, visiting all schools in order t ogive school children a chance of viewing the car ol their dreamv. Although Arbrlght's car is EO small it makes an Austin 'appear large and cumbersome in comparison, lie has driven it more Ihan 100,000 miles in the United Slates and Canada. It has four cylinders and a- lour speed transmission, but weighs only 50Q pounds. It's whcelbas'e | s .07 inches. Arbrlght, a small mini, fits snugly Into the driver's sent—the car Is built along miniature n nM of a. racer—and operates it with ease. Arbrlght said he would answer all questions concerning tha car and Intimated thai because of long experience in displaying it in other cities., he could judt'e inlrly clos:ly as to what about (he machine would interest observers most. Clerky List In "Who's Who" RENO, Ncv. UJl«)-Ml,iislers of tl>e gosiKl arc leaders for inclusion in the reference book, "Who's Who in America," except in N;- vada, where not, a single elerijy- man is listed. KITCHEN It you arc plnmilng to keep OIKII house (he nftcnioon of election day. or to serve smr.cslilng to i;m»sts waiting lor returns In Iho evening, nothing could bo more In kcephy with the occasion lliun old-tash- ioiioO fleellon <-ake wllli collcc. The trndillcunl election cnk" Is dark, rich, spicy and Inrtlj-— n inoit Oeleclnble concoction thai onr erandmolheis reasoned \vo\ild up- iwn! lurlk-nhi-ly to the menfolk who aid the voting In those days. One comprised yc nst take; 1 cup lukewarm water, l ti\blcs[x»u Ri"miliii(Mt. sugar. 2 Icuspoons SHU, 1!o.s|K>3ii Ini'd, 6 I'lips (lunr, 1 "Hi luiller or oilier sliorU'iiiliji, U C!:;i. brown sugar, 3 i-jyjs, 1 cup Wi'ilctl raisins, 1 cup siiredilcil cil- luii. i tt'uspoon mitmcsr. 1 tnljlo- Si' ; '<>!i cinnamon, a laljlnspoons Iniuii Juki-, l l-aitfnspaoiis soda. DKsuU'L' yeasi take in lukev.nrni Wii'.rr. Add liiixl. B mili] laIwl 5114:11', MU ami a ni|B Horn-. Mis tlior- on.:lily an.l li't stand In 11 \\MI\\ pl.ipo over nlfih(, or six (o Hijlit liuirs. Tlii'ii cream butter tuul slowly to'iil In brown :>li(;!ir, bulling un- Hl iTcuiiiy. Add cnolialf nip o[ llmir nn<l mix IhnrouKlily. Add ogjs »>•!! Iwiili'ii. Add rablns, cllron nml IftiKni Julo /itul lK':it iiilo UalUT. Mix and sift rvninlniiiff Hour with iplfs and illr Into mixture. Mix li'iioiiulily nnd tnni Inlo buttered nii.l flowed deep cuke puns, cover «Uli ii clolh mid let Mu ml In a «atm i>:iu-o iinlll double In bulk. ISnkc one hour In u moderate oven. This cake should bo bnkwl nb:)iil » week before wanted for' uso. U is 11 lurgu one, making (iiivu lursc waves ol cake. They can bo Irasl- cd or nol ,13 you prefer, bill ihi fruit maki's a froslliiit unnecessary unte; lurllcidarly .wanted. Tomorrow** Menu nRKAKKAST! Sections ofMfl'ttpi- I'nilt, todllili tails »'llh tomato SBHCC, (o:usted c«rnbr«iid, milk, coffee. -'•••\:X* : Turnip uiid potato puff, splntch acd ef g quinces, milk, .tip. < DINNER: Casserole of veal steti. tailed rjs<v creamed Jcrusileni a diokoit, stuITwl prune, ealad, o>. coanut cre«m pie, millc, eoffe*. •••'. '.''• XACO Brings to Blyltheville the World's Smallest Car mallest on tire ever * oodrich ' .. Silvertowns Mile after mile across the continent these Goodrich Silvertown tires proved to-Roy Arbright, owner and driver of the world's smallest automobile, that under all road conditions they meet.every (requirement . , . • stand every test! Don't fail to visit the show/window at Hubbard Furniture company during the next week between the hours 4 p. m.iand 11 a. m. and see this remarkable little car. Notice the tires. .. Goodrich Silvertowns all around! Ask Mr.,Arbright what kind of service they give. . . Whatever your tire needs may be we can serve you quickly BUI Wunderlich's IT'S THE BEST BUY INTOWNJ 5th & Main Sts. Phone 711 Texaco Firechief Gas and TexacQ "Crackproo!" Motor Oil ONE TANKFUL ^ will convince "'..-. you 'Is- the speediest gas . on the market FIRST DEVELOPED FOR FIRE ENGINES NOW YOURS AT NO EXTRA PRICE Get a Innkful of the new Texaco Fire-Chief Gasoline. We say it's the quickest starting gas —anywhere. It's all Ihut—and morel Texaco Fire-Chief K the liveliest, siiuppicf.1, most powerful gasoline you huve ever used- Try it today. "42 miles per gallon— 99 Sags Roy Ar bright, owner of the world 9 s smallest car now on display at Hubbard Furniture Company. ; ' TEXACO FIRECHIEF GAS AND I TEXACO 'CRACKPROOF MOTOR OIL SOLD IN THIS SECTION BY: Wain Service St;iUon Aliln and Fiflli S(. Sltouse-l.iUle Cliev. Co. Walnut & II. it. SI. Kintf Lit Forney Corner Lake & Mnin 15. M. MlUthCVS S. Division V. C. Williiiins North Gill S(. S. Hunch Yarbro, Avk. Nine, Ark. Unify Hiiiley Ark-Mo "Stale Line O.K. Frazcr llcnnoiiilalc^ Mo. Walter Uulncr llollanil, ^lu. Jofui I'juks Chevrolet Co. SUcle, Mo. C. G. Evans . ItosclnncI, Ark. G. W. Smith ^Miiil.i, Ark. J. I). Itciuirhnmp .llanil.i, Ark. W. T. Thwealt ^ LEiora, Art \ W. H. Bcbcc \ Osccola, Ark. \ Ellis Poole \ " Osccola, Art \ Ed Beall \ Baswtt, Art. \ P. JF. Nqtffrass \ Joiner, Ark. ^ Keiser Supply Co. , Kciscr, Art. \ Uobt. l)can F. B. JOYNER TEXACO PRODUCTS

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