The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1931 · Page 4
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June 11, 1931

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE POUR BLYTIIFvVILLE. (ARK.) COURIEI! NEWS Jk'ad of Medical Association Both Republicans and Democrats Are Directing Appeals to Youth. WASHINGTON, June 11 U1W — The much berated younger gcncia- tion, blamed for almost c\ery-1 thine since the world war except j prohibition, is bting "rushed" in tho collegiate sense by the Iwo big polllical parlies, Republicans took the lead wlllij Ihcir National Conference of. Young Republicans which opened here today. Democratic speakers and Republicans loo have made a numbcV ol appeals recently to young volcrs, Ihe lalrsl being by Mrs. Nellie Taylce Ross, vice-chairman of iho Democratic national commit!^, »t Knoxvllle, Tenn., last ills hi. ThQ reason for this solicitude over the young folks is that by November, 193'2, about S.000,000 will be eligible lo cast their first vote for president. About, 300 dcl?gulcs v.ere signed up for Hit) national republican conference lo listen to speeches by Mrs. Dolly Oann. slsler nnd THURSDAY/ JUiNB 11, 1031" lly dieted than a toft bicud or iho batter !ft a pltd::r a:i:l 1:311; II ciifce. I ir.thcr li:an to dip It with a spoon Aiiol!:tr point in their tavo" li:.i - r '' om a ir.ixins bowl. You ivill find gloss lo •'*Y * f\\ /^ l» th* Iacl li ' al waltbs mut: .-.'.- : »i ruiiuulve .pottery or t'le. >i n A ! 9 V ^ lv!> >'s bo made at tho. last minul.'. ! piii-lin- a woith-whl'.a addition 4/1 /\.j\ j ••—' • Tills liuts liuiii In tlii; ili-sl UU:K a'. • l!u; equipment. V l/»' X I ••unuis-.'ncy" fllsht-.s, for tile B-.IUS'.'• '''he follo-.vin;; rule Is an exec lean nivi-r B'.'.cs, v,hither llu-y ,-.i.-: 'li"t basic reel;); which ean he iisi CHEN HY SIS'l'i:il MAUY K1CA Sm-lcc \Vrlttr The June bride who numbers'a wullla iruii amung her wedding oi shower Bill 1 ; Is lucky Indeed. Almost rvi-ryb:;:iy likes \valiles and | l]i:-:c i.n- few oilier dishes that planned or no!. No mailer 1 frugal li:c in-.-ul, wali'les are u l:i.jl. [ 'rneic may i,.- lu uai:c in tte.lioiu:- • and t!ie ice cream m.:y te pii-j..d j tip at Ihe (MI-IK-:- uri:^ More on i..e way iitjiiie, but !i liie h-jsleis nial:..: up a pin-in.-! 1 M vvjille bar.t-r r,n;i liake> the wuih.v.-i at tiic table IKS cake is not misled. Never v.ash a v.-alfle Iron! G^ /.a i-.iM-hon iron niiiM. i;, 'ir. :l Li-lue u ing. bin alt.: f;;r many .. f'hiln Waffles One and one-fourth cups Hour. 1 lex'.pjjn b.ikiny po.vder. ']; Cea- :-|ioi)ii 'i.ilt. l-:t le.ispuin foU-i, 2 tse--'-. ' c»P sour mill:, 0 tablespoons melted b'.nter. J.?ix and sift flDiir. salt and bak- Ir.li ponder. Acid mil;.:, slnrinj to !-:;-rp sinontii. Add ye!!:-! of casjs v.-rll beaten and melted shoriening. '.ix Ih3rui:;-:-.ly aivi t;al In to:ia j Notables Get "Chilly" Reception New president of the Amsrlcan al Association is Dr. E. Stair Judd, ol.we. associated with the Mayo clinics, who was elected at the animal convention of the or- ior fish, plah: n-p.rflcs and nmpU- i llailal " !:is - « iro:1 «'»' ^ u !l "- v I syrup o:- honoy, wallles nn.l crush- \ lu "™i:SHiijii- it and use the no:: •iheac aio Jusl a !'",>• |' 01 ' baking. Mo^t ircns do not i.-for "vniyiiiB the wain'ei; ( l lllK ' «' c:i; > i!1 a, bill If ISiLs Is r.u- essaiy un un«alted fat shouiil I).' eu nL rhlladelphlr.. succeeds Dr. William Oerry M Ban, of Washington. D. C. iiiui their ways 'of s The crlspiifss of waillc-s innk^s ilhcui nn ideal l:iead or iv.V.e sub- sllhllc for " 1:I|L ' l i:>r '-y iliu-e Remember Ihal "pour 11 bivlt:-!-. l-'or lo bailor this i;:i! liiis quality makes them more '.T'.s- I it's mi.cli inorc crjiivinlent to '% To makj! chocolate waffles melt two ^ciuure.s of bakiny chocolate and add ^ cup sugar. D^creasD the amount of fiour two toblcspoon- fu!s. Add cue cup of molasses heated lo the Lolling point with butt?; 1 and 2 teaspoons Hinder tD A cvov.d of nadonaily prosiinent politicians, IncUding Vies President Ciutis, v.as there, but they 30! a chilly recop'.ton and net a siKoch f.as n:ade! 11 was the dedication of a children's wading pool a I Kmporia, Kan, the only program bains a prjyor and an old-fashioned ice cream scvcial. Some o.l the notables, munching their cones, arc shown ubovc, left to right: Vice President Curtis, wlitl dropped in from his hemp at. Topeka, where he ivas resting; William Alien Whit?, noted editor! Governor Harry Woodring, Congressman H^inc;- Hoch. ar.d Senator Aitiuir Capper. llefvli'lldcd Tlog Saves Life EVERETT, Washington, lUP)— im ajc.l bird dog that appeared | early mornintt. Ihc dos's bark- r.'. hr hor.-.e here. She fed il' :nj av.akeucd her. The house wa, escaped. Oregonis-i Wins Tille As CKanip Wuod Chopper ALDANV hoslcss ol vice-president Charles Cuit:s, Senator Simeon Fits, L-h.ur- 'who tliinks he can chop wucd man of Hi; Republican iiiillonnl ] well con-sidcr Ihe ublllty ol ccmmltlce; Secretary ol War 1'at- i McLaren, world champion rick J. Hurley; roslmaslei Gen- chopper. eral Walter p. Jircwn; Secretary He won $50 here by cuUIni; Him of Asrinuilnrc. Arthur M. Hyds a fir loj 58 Indies In clrciunfer- nnd oilier parly worthies. cue? in 'J minutes 1v i-ecouds. Un• idcr the contest he had to ciit HIM The value ot a black or silver fox ! los in two-thirds ol. the tiriio re- pelt reduces 60 per cent If the hide j ciulreJ by Paul Miller, former Alls not removed from the animal! bany htyh suhoul football player an;! within fiw days after II reaches I experienced logger; Hoy Morlan n! its nmxlrmnn gtes and thickness, I North Albany and Cicoib'e W. Jliiyn- due to a brown lingo which ap- cs of Albany. McLaren won h:ui- jxars by that time. | silly. Saudino Flag Taken by Americans incerbrcai \v?.iries. Mrii. Cliitord .iannlo lell for!n:::l let ii veinahi ir.dcors. In the ::-. names. Slit Ore. (UP)— Any j:;;ui Symbol of death nnd bloodshed, this Hag of rod, black and white, with a design of skull and crossed rifle and saber, was leading tl-.e depredations of Augustino Sar.dluo's bandit forces in Nicaragua until it was captured recently. The Sandtnlsla banner was taken fro:u a bnndlt. who was captured in the vicinity of Puerto Cnbczas, and here is shown being held by Uvo American officers. >pital Rool Made Ship-Shape her nol us ;m inilividii.ii but ;id ;t i>o \vvrltil \vlui pinviiks (he ftiotl and furnishinRrt f»r I tic homo slinil li^ ;>nil wht'i'o it sh;ill In 1 . who determine-; (he accrphiiice of styles juul ihrcct.s or tnfiii for herself :;nd the cnliru family. •;'»;- r ,••..-.'." . whr, inspires ou ;imu:-cniuii(s and out who is an inveterate and detailed rentier o wet iced ili-icriminatoi tnily is a piUentiitl, iirolific linyin reailint;- joai- culvt'iliieiucnia'.' I mcilitnn .... ::| i!i-i cr your ^erviie? Is she i'iroi;;;h lif-r prck-rrcd liuying tS;SS 1 K2ffivrrXJS2V..v^,U'»^S^;,lsyS3ifS Doctors'-prescriptions for the rehxalicn of a &:a voya;e can so fdlei right In New York, without c\e.r leaving l!ic city. Uoic's (lie now marini; roof of the $2,CCO,OCO wine of the New York Polytechnic Medical School and Hospital. High above ell surrn-jndinj building:, ar.rt aJTordinj a view of the Hudson River, it has ail the nautical ments of the deck of. nn ocean liner, from bridge, vcr.tilatcrs, life boats Ma d«cl: chairs to attcndanla dressed like sailcia. Con\-alescent j patients will 'JaSk here In the sun.

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