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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 14, 1931
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVtLLB. (ARK.VCOURIER TUESDAY, APRIL 1-1, Blouses Lend Femininity to the Mode Society Calendar Mrs, Disle Crawford is entertaining the new Wednesday club. Tliere will be a benefit bridge party, at the Woman's club for the Junior high library. Mrs. W. I. Dent on Is leader of th£ Delphian program at Ihe Hold Noble. . Mrs, Harry Kirby Is having the Wednesday Bridge club .The Central Ward Parent-Teacher-association Is meeting in Miss Sunshine Swift's room at 3 o'clock. Thursday The Jewish Ladies Aid society will meet In Osceola al the home of .Mrs. Maurice Silverjlcld when Mrs! M. Huberistoln and Mrs Adolph Wembcrg will also be hostesses. Mrs. Max B. Reid will have the Young Matrons Bridge club. The Mid-week club Is meeting with Mrs. J. Lewis Cherry. Mrs. J. A. Leech is having Ihe Thursday Luncheon club. Fiiday Miss Neal Ltickett is having the Friday Night club. Saturday llic library will sponsor the storj hour for children at 10:30 o'clock Have Froiram and A.&iclal Mtcllnc The woman's missionary sociot of the first Methodist church wl entertain the district conference o tills organizalon Tuesday, April 28. This action was taken at a meeting . yesterday afternoon at the church. 'Plans were also made for the dinner to be given Friday night preceding the 7th annual training school,of the Sunday school tc-gining Sunday. Mcsdames C. S. Stevens, M. O. Osrey, Roland Green, W. M. Taylor and H. M. Atkinson were appointed jnittee for arrangements. Mrs. W. T. Oberst was leader ol cad llic devotional in which she cad various passages onlhc Ihcme Love." Mrs. Charles Ncwcomb aid prayer, "lloncer Woman" las UK ihemc discussed by Mrs. vy Crawford, Circle 3 was entertained by Mrs. E. F. liiomeyer when eight attended. Mrs. R. G. Cash and Mrs. J. ;. Buchanan offered prayers and ,lrs. Buchanan conducted the Ims- n?&i. Mrs. E. I-'. Blomcycr laught he lesson, lakcn from the fourth chapter of Acts, and Mrs. E, E Alexander closed the meeting with >raycr. The fourth circle met (I 'tto, church with five present. Mrs. A. J. Livingston was In charge ot the devotional. Mrs. C W. Affllck was hostess to circle 5. Mis. Matt Monaglmn jr., and Mrs. Marlon Williams said prayers and Mrs. Roberl Grimes led the business discussion Ijeforc Mrs. Williams look up the study. • • • Presbyterian Circles Have Flnt Meetings Circles of the woman's auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church met Monday afternoon for the firsl meetings of the new churcl year- In all Ihe groups Ihe ntudenl loan fund was discussed along will the theme "Christian Education/ emphasized for this month. Mrs C. H. Babcock, chairman o , .T. Asher us«l tlic fourth diaper ot Hxodus for Ihe devotional. Mre. W. M. McFariand, Mrs. L. .'., Mrs. J. C. Harnlsh and Mrs. Cecil Parks olfcred prayers mil Mcsdames L. C. Slankard, •'rank Singleton, J. D. Booker, J. I. Shirley and Clyde Ellis com- ncnlccl n|xm Ihe subject. A song ra simg by Mosdnmrs Clyde Ellis, Sam Overtoil and Guy Burks. The .soclcly extended Mrs. Sam Overtoil a vole of welcome upon ler return afler having been in a SI. LouU hospital for the past four in on His. • + « Scouts Have Picnic. Troop 31 of the Boy Scouts cn- lerlalncd vvllh a picnic an dsunjier with members of the "Flying Eagle L'atrol" as official liosts at the home of Mr. and Mrs..C. W. flamcy Mdiway evening. Thldy-u™ members pf llic troop met at the armory at, six o'clock and Ihe trip lo I he counlry home at Clear Lake was made In a car ami trailer. Sandwiches, potato salad, ham, pics, pickles, coffee and cold drinks were served on Ihe lawn. Laler games allordcd Interesting cnlcrlainmenl. One of the fcalures was a visit to the "Flying Eagle" patrol den which Is a well equipped scout room for patrol meetings. Bits of News Mostly Personal circle 1. entertained her group Mr. and Mrs. C. W. namcy, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. \V. L. Horner and baby spoilt the weekend in Wheatley, Ark., with Mrs. Homer's parents. Miss Molt Womack, of Mont Komery, Ala., was tho guest of her sister, Mrs. O !'. Moss, and Mr. Moss yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes are moving lo the Shane apartments on West Main street today. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh spent last weekend in Ironton, Mo- Mrs. A. C. Neely and daughter, Miss Keluruh, arc in Paragould today for the funeral ot Hurschell NcxMy, uncle ot Miss Neely, who died in a Mem phis, hospital Sunday. L. a. Cratton is in St. Louis two weeks visiting his daughter, Mrs. Oeorgc M. Hunter, and Mr. Hunter- Dr. II. II. McAdams, of Joncs- boro, .spent Sunday here with Mrs. Lucy McAdams and famly. Mrs. L. G. Crafton lias returned from Sikcston where she spent a week, with her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Johnson, and family: Her son, William L. Craflon, went up Jor tlw program .with "Prayer" used. She the theme read from Mark 1:21 and prayer was offered by Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. Mrs. Charles P. Wood . gave a plauo number and also, accompancd Mrs. Oberst in a musical reading. Miss Mary Ellen Stevens, was accompanied-by. her mother, Mrs. C. S. sUvcns, for a voice solo. '^Reports of the missionary conference at Jcnesboro last week were given by Mrs. J. D. Barksdale who discussed the children's wort of the conference, Mrs. W. I ' the Auxiliary v&r'k, and Emma S. BurhejY (•Mrs. C. E. Crigger spoke of the rfcent 90 djy divorce law and efforts being mndc to repeal it- Mrs Reynolds Enlrriains Business, Professional Women. Sirs. H. L. Reynolds, retiring president ol the Business and Pro- 4'sslonal Women's club, whs the. hostess to members of the club and several guests Monday evening for a'card parly. Bridge, hearts and pilch were played In the club rooms of the Gift Hotel. In ,the Iiparts Mrs. Lewis Phillips won high score prize, albbx of candy, and low score prizj, a, picture, went to Mrs. Sadie Crews of'Stcelc. Mrs. Samuel F. Morris received candy lor high score in the bridge games and a picture went to Mrs. J. L. Stanley for low score award. Fancy candles, sandwiches, cakes olives and pickles were jervccl wilh a. fruit ice by Misses Lorna Wilson and Tliclma Wells to the 20 pres cnt. Circles Mert Circles of Ihe First Baptist churc! met Monday afternoon for the us ual weekly meetings. The First group met al the churc wilh eight present. Mrs, J. V Bishop read from the Hth chapk of Exodus for Ihe devotional an also held a business session. Mis Cordelia Wilhlte. taught the mi: sion lesson, taken from Acts, ai: Mrs. Tom W. Jackson closed tl meeting with prayer. The nine who attended circle which met at the church, hcai when 15 members and one guesl, Mrs. Ingersoll of Memphis who Is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. H. Hall, were present. Mrs. Fred Sandefur led Ihe program and Mrs n. S. Molt gave the devotional. The hostess served lea and cake. Circle 2 met wilh llic chairman, Mrs. George R. Crociclt. Included in the It present wns one guest, Mrs. J. Y. Turner. Mrs. Roy Wnl- lon gave the devotional tvnd Mrs. George W. Dlllahunly the program. Tlic hostess jerved a salad course. The llilrtl group met with Ihe chairman, Mrs. O. P. Moss, with 12 present including Mrs. Owen After the devotional, led by Mrs. D. C. McLean, Mrs. Tom Socoy presented the program. Mrs. James B. Clark presided at the refreshment lablc at which cakes, sandwiches, mnts and lea were attractively arranged. Circle 4, of which Mrs. Robert E Lee King Is chairman, met will Mrs. George Mulr. Mrs. King gave the Bible study and presented tiie program malter. Mrs. Alice Womack wil. conduct the Bible slu dies lor-'-the fiematnder. of the year, It wiS^announced. that the ncx meeting will be held with Mrs. King and Mrs. L. D. Chamblin. The hostess served sandwiches, chcrr; pies lopped with whipped cream id iced tea to the eight present nd Mrs. Tull Johnson, assisted by leinbers of this patrol, made the lellghlfnl affair possible. .ovclacc-Blankcuship. Announcement has been made of he marriage of Miss Beatrice Blanenship and Mr. David T. I/ovc- acc, bolh of Ibis city, which took ilacc Saturday. Justice E. D. Wal- Iccr performed the ceremony. + • • Jruy-Thomas. Miss Nellie Thomas, of Manila, and Mr. Claud Brny, of Flint. Mich., were married in this city by Justice Oscar Alexander. • * * Marlm-UmUort. i The marriage of Miss Uris Um- >crt and Mr. Ed Martin, both of Here took place yesterday. Justice E. D. Walker performed the ceremony. * * * Has Club. Miss Hnzcl Ifardln w,is hostess lo Ihe Friday Night club last evening at her suburban home on llic north highway. Miss Ncnl Luckelt won Ihe high score pri?.c. For refreshments (lie eight guesls went to the grill ol Camp Moul- trlc where a salad, sandwiches, p!e and coffee was served. her. Par il 'o cclUI Ciiven ml Schultz of Parkin, Ark., and rncsl Jones.of this city, assisted • Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton. gave a rc- tal in piano and voice al the irst Methodist church last, eve- ing. Miss Lillian Brlscce was nccom- inist and a male chorus of L. G. chols, William Trotter, C. G. Rcd- ian and Roscoe Morris assisted Irs. Tiptou and Mr. Jones in ren- cring one selection. * • * lospilalily i:\ttndcA. Students of Junior high schools which participated in the annual islricl meet here Friday and Sal- irday were entertained in homes of rcople throughout the city. According lo Mrs. Lucilc Haley Reiser News Notes Harvey Wilson Is ill this week. Oris Childs is able to be back al school after being confined lo his home with a severe case of influ- ;nza. Mrs. Ed Cook, and Mrs. Wilson motored lo Osceola, Saturday afternoon. Tommlc Sherrick spenl Saturday at Osceola. Mhmte Bell Shaw and Kalhryn Cox spent last week-end In Osceola with friends. Pcle Craig and Lcc Warrington were guesls of Muses Ethel Ltisk and Vera Keck Sunday evening. Keiser baseball team was defeated by the Etowah lea 'mat Mills River Sunday afternoon, score U-3 Mrs. Joe Mounts and son. Joe Miss Margaret Gray Is ill al the home ol Mr. and Mrs. C. M.' ; Gray. Mrs. Gray, who has been ill several days, is slightly improved today. Mrs. M- G. Goodwin has returnee from a brief visit to points o! Tennessee. Tom Jones, of Little Hock, spen the weekend with Mrs. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. W. Paul Marsh and daughter, Miss Madeline, will leave tomorrow for Munlce, Incl, having been called Ihere by the seriqu. Illness oi Mr. Marsh's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Allenberg ol Memphis, spent yesterday In the city with Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Le«y Mr. and Mrs. Tom. W .^Jackson and Mrs. O C Gai ugotild today for ' Uie lunera Herschell Ncely, 61, former post master and well known citizen, wh died at, a Memphis hospital. Mrs. Clarence Vollmer an daughter, Anne, accompanied b Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich, spent yes terday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. William Barowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Max Barowsky ol Manila", spent the week-end here with friends. Albert Arnt, of SI. Louis, is a business visitor in the clly. Edgar Borum and Louis Wilson tire in Memphis today for Ihe ball game. Mrs. Peck Holt, who has been ill, is heller Uxlay. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sloviill spent inday In Carulhersville as guests f Mr. and Mrs. Dick. Rawls who irmerly lived here. A. O. Hudson and little daugh- T, Katherlne, arc in Memphis to- ay wilh Mrs. Hudson who is at ic bedside of her mother, Mrs, linnie E. Bower, at the Ear, Eye,, 'osc and Throat hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens anrl aughter, Marjorie, Mrs. Goodrich and daughter, Vcra Elizbeth, are spending today In Mcm- his. Eddie Houser, of St. I.ouis, is a msiness visitor in the cily. Miss Marie Harnifi. is a palient BY JOAN SAVOY , NEA Service Writer The blouse-and-skirl combination s likely to solve many of your mergency problems for you this pring. New blouses rise lo the occasion hat demands Ihey join skirls lo lake a tenappy oiilflt with a self- issurance that will inspire your realest confidence. It has been so long since we have ccn a dark skirt with contrasting blouse that there is an appealing charm in the very idea. And if you lavcn't been particularly interested in blouses to date, you can't know lio'.v femininely irresistible they are! belt it graceful one nf while satin I blouse supreme lo wear with that is cut wilh all Ihe dasli of the green silk or wool suit. Especially chic white jacket (lelii. it belts, | if your green hat has a touch of SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN J!V SIS'l'KU MAlll 1 Nli A Sir vice Wrllcr IVrhai'.i -there is no vegetable more scnerally iiopnlar than ns- paragus. For more liian 2000 years II has been cultivated for its succulent young shcoU produced early In 'the spring from tl-: thick root slocks. Allhmigh a native of Kmupe and Asia, il has been c-ul- llvalcd in America since Colonial days. The earliest gardening and market lists mention 11 anil old "receipt" books carry recipes for cooking this vegetable which has nlways'bei'ii regarded as a fine and especially inviting food. Modern scientific analysi", puts asparagus in llic same class wilh It:? iealy vegetables The lips are described as being "rich in atlive- ly functioning cells" and resemble leaves in Ihcir dietary proprieties. Calcium, iron and phosphorous are tt:o principal ash constilucnls—all \aiuable for boily biiiUthvj. As- jiaiugiis is also an excellent somcc 01 vitamin II. Since it's a low calorie vegetable .it's a boon lo the | person on a reducing diet when \, served plain wilh sail and peper. ft takes almost a pomitl, twenty Elulks eight Inches long lo furnish ICO calorics. OMbcs; 32 are Satin Blouse Is Jacket-Like has a pcpluni and a cape collar that has a surplice closing. 11- uses Ihe crepe side of the satin to bind all of 1U decoralive scalloysd cd«es and for the bell which fastens with a modernislic black buckle where the blouse closes. Given a smartly cut black skirt, a black hat, and long gloves and there you arc, all dressed up and in a mood to go places and see .things. For individual spring charm, there is a sheer crepe Elizabeth blouse in a smartly gay yellow witli crocheted wool round yoke and cults to the short sleeves. Tied One of the noblest of the new I with a lillle green crepe necktie blouses is the smartly tailored al-land belted with the same, it is the yellow to It. Net Blouse for Party Wear For one' of those bubbling parly moods when you have r, grand luncheon dale anil feel like dressing for a gala occasion, there is the daintiest and most elegant little bit of sheer net blouse" al! tucked up and down the front and wilh two vows of pleated net around Ihe V neckline and tapering off lo cross to the outer edge of the panel of tucks. There is just a wee bit of a cult flaring back, and all of these nililes are edged with a fin? lace. Worn with long white gloves and a black hat with a touch of white flowers, it is exquisite with the new spring suit of black. protein. 8 lat and CO carbohydrates. Freshly Cut Asparagus licst To be at its besl, asparagus should be freshly cut. Its delicacy and sweetness of flavor disappear soon after it is gathered, so it should be used immediately. When buying, look for straight, crisp stalks with the little po:nl-:<l scales uiesed tightly against the stalk at Hie tip where the growth K the newest. Thick stalks are more sirab 1 .-? lliin ones, for the BRIDGE principal of Junior higli school anil | n|K i Mrs Joe W atts mid daughter president ol the district organlza- ,ion, the coopenUion of the towns- ;>c0p]e In oUcriug homes made tt:c meet a success. • « • Klcct New President. Mrs. J. W. Richards was elected president of the Woman's Mlssion- molorcd lo Osceola Saturday. Members ol Keiser Epwortr league atlciulcd the social at Del Sunday afternoon. Mrs. James Barskdale was a visitor here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Uunavan motored lo Memphis Sunday to b ary soclcly of the Second Baptist | wi , h thclr dau K hlcr. who is ill a church In a meeting Monday at-| (ht , Methodist hospital, ternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Singleton. Mrs. Ben Harrison, former president, has moved to San Francisco. The 15 members and one new member, Mrs. Guy Burks, heard Mrs. Leslie Moore present the study tho chairman, Mrs. T. H.-Haynes, from the Royal Service and Mrs. Hospital Notes Patients dismissed from the Ely thevllle hospital were: Mrs. T. C Seal and daughter, cily; Wank Ma rie BrInklcy, cily; C 1) Eichlsoi city. it the Memphis Baptist hospital 'or a week for treatment for a jiirn receiver! a year ago- Mrs. Minnie E. Bower is improv- ng following <i second operation ipon her eyes Saturday. She Is at he Ear, Eye, Nasc and Throat hos- illal in Memphis. BY W5L E. McKENNEV Secretary American Briilge League Regardless of the system employed In contract bidding, our readers uust first, realize that bridge is a .mrtnership game. Too many players sit down nt the table and play n individual game rather than one of partnership. . In contract bridge, we are forced to bid for game in order to score a game bonus, and are also required to bid for a slain in order to score (he slam bonus. Therefore, only by soinKl bidding will partners arrive at the best declaration suited lo the combined 26 cards ot the two hands. When you pick up your hand and find that it conlains a few picture cards and a long suit, do nol become obsessed with llic itlen Ihat you must play the hand. He- member lhat 50 per cent of ihc hands arc played by your oupo- nents, therefore your first bid should convey to your partner the information, lirst, that if your opponents play tlic hand you wil take al least two tricks agaius them, and secondly, lhat you I'.av. a playable suit—that is if your firs! bid is a suit bid. If your first bid is a no Irumi blrl, you advise your partner tha you have no biddable five-can suit, no strong tour-card suit, bul have distribulcd strength, and of course will lake from Iwo lo (hrce Iricks against nny bid lhat opponents may make. Aviation Wrallicrs Slump SALT LAKE CITY. Utah. lUP) — The air mail business, lo date, has weathered the current depression successfully, according lo J. H. White, operations manager of Ihe Western Air Express and Ihe Mkl-ConUncnl Air Express. "In fact," added While. "I believe aviation as a whole is stanrims; Ihe test of the business slump bctler than most Industries." Heavy penalties punish the over- bidder, while Ihc game ai:d slam bontis prevent under-bidding. You must, therefore, always be in a ]»- tion to collect the penalties or the amc and slain awards—whichever rove the most valuable—and this an only be correctly accomplished y making sound original bids. Regarding slam bidding, you will lOltcc lhal the slau^ bonuses rim rom 500 lo 1500 points and many xginncrs at contract are iminc- llalcly impressed with these large igurcs and endeavor to arrive at a lam on every hand. Without a doubt, (here arc more points lost hroughoitt the year on slams lhal all than are made on flams lhal vin. Anolhcr \\n\t\ thing for the beginner at contract to realize is hat .(here is not a game in ever> land, therefore il neccssltales that very bid be sound in contract. D; lot try lo stretch your hands un- iccessarily. Many of our readers are accus- :omed lo using the all plus .-.y^ cm of scoring when playing nuc tlon bridge at social card parlies —lhat Is if on the firsl hand ue nade lour spades plus 30 ho:ior.s and a game bonus of 125. we would receive ^, while on Ihc icxt hand \vc might go down 200 ioints. This would not penalize us, but would give our opponents a ilus 200. If we held 30 honors, \ve vould receive this 30 points. Supposing (he same thing hap- >cncd on llic next two hands—our opponents would leaVi the table vith a plus score of -IDO white we woukl leave Ihe. lablc wilh a plus score of 442. This system should lot be used at contract. Our readers should accustom themselves to :he plus and minus system of scoring. Only wilh Ihis melhod will they learn the great value of sacrifice bidding. » * • There is absolutely no fairness in contract bridge at having botli pairs leave the table with a plus tcore in excess of 2000 jwinis, and this can easily happen by having each side .set tlic other on two hands for a score of 1000 poinis cadi hand. While at anolhcr lable ;v pair may bid and make two games ami set their opponents 100 points each on the other hands— the one pair who had in reality won all four hands would have a smaller score than cither pair at the table thai scored the 2000 points. To give you an example of Ihe real thrills ol sacrifice bidding. Hip-posing thai by sound bidding your opponents had arrived at a iix hearts contract. Your partner rad made an overcall with spades luring the early rounds of the bidding, if neither side were vulnerable, you know that your opponents will receive 180 for Ihe sLx licarls aid, 500 for the flam bonus and if playing pivot and progressive bridge. 300 points for game. This your opponents made 980, you know lhat you would have to lake 030 minus. Wouldn't it be a thrill to bid six spades, going down GOO poinis minus instead of 380 points —thereby gaining 380 points by your sacrifice bid? TOMORROW: Quantitative showing of tricks. Driver Grove There will be church services al Driver Grove Sunday. : Miss Mary Gregory of Caraway and Mr. Cecil Sackrider 6f this place were married Tuesday. April 7lh. They arc at home »-itn Mr. Sackrider's parenls at Driver Grove. Mr. Maude Springer was the guesE of Mrs. ElBe Bigham Tuesday. Eligha Swain attended' to business at Biythevillc Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Vaslbmder of IJltle River visited their daughter, Mrs. A. J. Wicker and Mr. Wicker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones and Miss Rillie Horton of Leachvillc were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones and Shorty Alexander Sunday. Mrs. Bud Walker of Lone Oak spent Sunday with Mrs. Odes Brooks. lengthy thin stayks usually designate "long growth and loneliness. Be sure, too, thai the cut surface is not dry and that the stalk does not feel touali and weedy nor look shriveled. When ready to cook, cut off the tough ends. Wash them well and put them to.cook in cold water. This extracts Ihe mineral salts, and Ihe water is used to cocV. the rest of the asparagus. The lough mis are skmmed out and discarded. It's ix gocd plan lo remove llro scales on Ihe stalks, for very often particles of sand and (,rit are found lodged under thcr-: scales so close to the stalk lhat no amount, of washing or brushing can remove , ^ them. The heads should be iiand- led very carefully, for they are cas- ily bruised. Do not Ihe will give them a total of i I poinis. You estimate your and your part ner's hands and decide that if you ank Hall spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Springer. The following were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Springer Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hoberson of Pecan Grove, Ed Jones, D. M. Alexander and Miss Rillie Horton of Leachvillc, Mrs. Ethel Swain, Henry, F/Edie and Thomas Gaines, Charles and Troy Bigham. Grover Wiseman, Shorty Alexander, Claud Jones. Odes Brooks, Dilscl Tmn- linsjon and Misses Ola Roberson and Geneva Ashabranncr. Mrs. Georgia Sawain was the dinner guest of Mrs. Bcrllia Brock Sunday. Mr. and iUrs. Odes Brooks gave a farewell dinner Sunday for Mrs. Brook.s' brother, Ncely Tomlinson and Mr.?. Tomlinsnn. who are leav- ike scales from the heads. Tie the stalks inlo small bundles for the individual serve.? and cuok them standing upright. In boiling waler. Enough water to cover the thick part of Ihe slalks should be used. The heads arc much ten- derer than the stalks and do not require as long cooking.'. Salt the vegetable when half conkeil and iay the bundles flat in the wa'.er when the stalks are done. Cook ten minutes longer. This insures a perfectly cooked, unbroken tip. When ready lo serve, remove each bundle from kettle, cut strings and serve at once with melted butler or drawn culler sauce. If asparagus is cookcrt uncovered, it, will retain its color. The time of ccoking depends on the freshness and stale of maturity of tlic vegetable, but 2 1 ) minutes should be calculated. Over-cooking damages bolh taste and appear- ed six spades and are doubled, you in e for Three Rivers, Mich., to mak will bo down COO points. Now. with i their future home, the all plus system of scoring it I Do:iglas Robertson would not, make any parlicuhr dif- I Grove spent Sunday frrcnce lo you if your opponents Brock. ot Pecan Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Richard- rcccivc GOO or 930. In neither case would your score on have moved to this vicinity, be affected—but under (he plus and minus system of scoring, if All In Ir.lcitina! powers oro japping ttikir.c 3-on ill. Tata H -NATUM'S MMTDT-lho dependable. Vf«l»b!o Dr.PaulF.McCutchen Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 ]>aily Menu BREAKFAST— btewcd rhubarb, cereal, cream, broiled sail mackerel, corn muffins, milk, cofice. LUNCHF.ON -- Pan broiled liver sausage, creamed polalcr-;;. new cn- icns. fis cookies, milk. tea. DINNER—Slewed chicken, nr.oil- len. asparagus with melted butler, rabbagc-pinenppl'j and pimento salad, vanila ice cream with maple sauce, milk, coffee. Imvnn Champion "Keeper" COUNCIL BljUFFS. Iowa, lUM — E. T. Waterman, pioneer carriage-maker, is the world's champion "keeper" his neighbors s.>y, Walerman has a shoe blacking brush v.-hich he purchased in Sturgis. Mich.. In 1303 for i-Jiich he paid 00 cent:;: an umbrella which he has had 51 years and a clock given in payment of a debt ten years ago. ST. LOUIS «» KANSAS CITTT IN MISSOURI SAN ANTONIO v° LARELUO

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