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PAGE SIX .Warden Has List of Mcm- plnans Wild Have Violated Game Laws Some 150 rwHents of Memphis. Tern), InciiiJIng scans of l!.o mo-t juoimnciit figures in Memphis jn- litica!, sor:al ami Ulninru circles, arc corns to pay for nlil nnn-r?s!- iisiii hunting li:?rras ii:;y ovcrJoOrii: dyurchacm^ tht! jusl ycnr or "tell 'the juris? about it." O::o Cumimuc;<;, of niyMicvillc, 1 ctee-miniili.M Imt 1:0:!? tr.e ]>•> persistent dov.:r.v fjiy.ne \v3r:if-n. n canying a ML!.' "hhck berk" nronn:! in ils porkc: tl'i-ff <i i;-. an.I i'. i-: giving m:!!iy M.'iiiphj.iiK lite "Jitters." Cumii'li 1 *' lx:ok r. ir.iuins Hi 1 romcr, :K Memoirs ]>o!:cr i;i:i«-r:;. Btlorney*. 1'ilird ol)i<-::iK r.>.nal leaders atU c'::crs \Uv: li.l trulr Aikan = n-, Inii)ihi<; ai\ Ksiil.'iit li- cc-Htor,. !n:J ri'.lis:; ;:-.o slmiiiv cliil- i\\ take lii-: trrjiib!! 1 lo s~uurc 'i- BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK) COURIER -NEWS How Mississippi County Voters Cast Their Primary Ballots For I 1 ' 0 ' for I'at for Srr. For i.-.,. •.-„. I'nr Ally. Can. Tor .U'llilcr For Sec. nf Klalr For t'onjirss far Circuit Juiljc •'A 8 Kor C'o. Judge Kor Citi'Ult Clerk The clriiiity jjine warden say:; hf- <iO£^U't i'.llflirl t:J trvMl (lln ideuli- ty of nr-rrirK ILite.l in liin litllo toe.); uulil they've had all opixir- tunity to buy nmi-rc:i,rtn tlicemes. whlc.'. ii:ci."irr.tni!v co:u. 1 coiij;-:^:-. ubl'. >v.:-r i••>.•.:!" r;::ci;r tlia; ,•-•.••: , ihe . c.i\ : fall' ..--.tile . : cnn stay hunt a/.i in Ynrorn i\ui:iu!.-r Him- BLYTIIEVIM.E Ark -Mo I.mnb?! 1 Cr.i:rt \\m-r," I'liiilip-, Molor c:ty !:.iil ;• rct:rl Wind Mc.iiila ;;ox One Clove / rii'.r.v?) 100 111 104 1C! at-; SO! inj en vht I:.? Ball: Eo/. IX 1 ; Iti.tcr rnwlioi n i'.rv. i::o i Oil ).:il:o SHAY Mli-riy I'.'c.'l lov, . i - <.'.!rico ViKl ,.ll[ ....... and • urc;e to this 205 no and if l':<-y ccme back to the state again (!ie alert warden will bj waiting for them. l-:irdstov.n Nodena Bayou '-'.I 72 - uv MAUV K. r>.\ow-: Nearly :i]| ftulls nn:l many V cj?c- . tiibte, crp;cially carrot-; and cj»- cumbsrr, lend l!:onisclvs5 to this method of p:cklinsr. carrots retain their.color, nrc decorative to iervc ami easier to makv than cii- cuinhsr rings on account of (heir natural firmnrss. Unless cuciini- b?rs .ire at the right stage o[ jna- lurity itc-y ucuqni" soft mill mushy. 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Glickman, • 18-year-old fan dancer and l,e dccsn't appear at all displeased. The ceremony took place in the wee hours at Crown Point, Ind. i MS 94 81 3 203 42 144 82 127 19 Serve Milk Sherbet in the Halves of: Fresh Piiu:appl< ioi men ciir.c.-;. Canned ov fresh may l>? melon rinds, list.'. f Ol1 s winter salads nsrd (Tjr pl'ifkles both cantaloupe biilit be ndticil [o •Fw Cooh Plnr _pinnnr.p!c '" f '' ni: ;:; ' '.-rs. pare and --nk until tcn- |-(v s j,, W C(l«->-, Try this lor dessert at your next 1 refrigerator. Scrimp mixture Iron) Bitcsl dinner: Scoop out tliL- inside .sides and Irall'jiu of pin. B«at tv;c of a big pineapple, till it vllirfmit- minutes. Siiioolli out. and replace ai "Jj | flavored Ice cream. You will h-.ive i" freezing unit lor one hour or un- ja dessert a% decorative :u it U <l=-;tll fio::en lor serving. (Two to five U ^ liclous. •', , incurs, total ra-cjilnj li].iie).;S(jfvi-s Arid '" lis ' s " lo wa '' lo I' 11 '!' 111 '" U: six. * 5 ' '•"-.' '•' ' n| J,l I Wasli the phraipiile thnr^iiglily,. ..lent in i:r\ir lengthwise. With a "jsharp spoon nml a koif? remove I'ne pineapple pu!|i. leaving a tliin 1 shell. Chill ih™ halves (o;- j3vrr.il lioiu.s i;i the veil Aerator nn-.i y.i'.l bepu postponed until August 13. The] fiev. It. L. Henderson, ol Manila, is lo be In charge. Mrs. Mary Ash and children, ol the Slate Line, nre. guests of rcl-1 alive.s here. . I Pecan drove i\cinn •V«. S and Vicinity The truck whlcli was taking hall! p:.iyer.-: to Sandy Ridge collided j v.i'.h n wagon Thursday, but no' in inns injuries resulted. I •Mr. an;| Mrs. William Lawhorn! tun! iiiuiily were guests of Mrs. Ci.l W. Lau'horn Tuesday. Little Haflcy ilpiisilitis. Mr Louis is with !to Cape Garardeau to make their I home. i Andrew Jenkins, who has been . visiting relatives in Nashville, has : returned home. ! Mr.' and Mrs. Orrille Pinkston 'and children, ol Flint. Mich., are visiting here for several days. Mr. and Mvs. Kessel Booker, of Paragould, are spending the week with Mr. Booker's parents, Mr. and - .Mrs. Sam Booker. | Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little have .returned from Brownsville, Tenn., • after spending several days with ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmons. • »nei-e sue is visiun- relatives j MrS ' HeUie Ratleree has rt ' ,..,,. . °. ' turned home from Braggadocio. Marion York, who lives In Tenn., where sne was the Buest oj Mrs is visiting relatives here. IE. eagle. W. K. Oant and son who have] Miss Anna Bell Holt has re- been visiting relatives here for a> turned to her home in Finley, 3263 4080 1094 494.1 2081 4785 3754 3584 4725 ' ll soon ,, T" I (HVI) llClllk ' niul . of Las Mr. fnd Mrs. Bill Koherl-son ] spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Ohr Crump, ol Driver Grove. Mr. and Mrs.'t). A. Brooks am! family visited relatives In Oscr- ola Sundny. Mr.s. Lela Overton and-'family , . . . .._ _.. „ ^ — spent Sunday with Mr. and Mis. ™ lmilmllt S' d u " n B the 1 week. |her husband Monday. They will 1 go I Read'Courier VNe*s. : Want week have returned lo their home I Tenn.,. after teaching here for' a ,hi Texas. They were accompanied time. Her position is being filled by Mr. and Mrs. P. Evans andjfini.- iby.JMr. and ,Mrs.: Prather Arlcrs, L. Y. Yates temporarily.. i : . i ly m .Pnefcson visited relatives 'In' and family who will visit relatives.] Mrs. Basil Edwards, who has- nils community during, the week. | Mrs. Russell Devore, who has. been visiting relatives in St. Louis and Mrs. John Crook, of ; been visiting her parents, Mr. and for -some time, has .returned homej friends in this j Mrs. Jim Cohoon. .was joined hy ' ...•-...-.• ' The Apathe Indians considered the dandelion tlieir favorite food. Phone 777 At Night—Sunday—Anytime For Quick and Dependable Wrecker Servke Phillips Motor. Co. M Tyruti/u. visited Automobile Sales Co. Cor. Main & Fifth (Successors to J. C. Appteby Motor Co.) Studebaker, Hudson, Terraplane and Willys cars. PLVINATO •'•Electric Refrigeration Get our prices, and.-ierms before you buy any electric refrigerator. .1 . Ham Hnrks and daughter, Knth- er desrert ;aml f-.r the tik: .'. [In Cvh>k u. c r one 01" tho ea=y. .^'lurt- cul ir:: r.roniiK surii ns pilh?r of llicsc: rriiil Slilk Shrrhrl On? nunrler cup maraschino cV.cr- ry juice; one quarter cup hmuii juice, nvo eupr. water; one hnlf teaspcou lemon cxtr.ict; one and one third nips i! can) sweetened condensed milk-; marnACiiino cli3r-. rirs. jO'U. .ire visliliig lolntivcr, in Mem- Add cherry juice, lemon Juice.! I'' 1 '" 1 '- *''"'!•<• Mr. llurks has antic water ami trmon eNlract lo swrsl- I for Ifcslmiriil. en:rl coudr-nwd milk, blend tiior- Tlw revival mcrlliirr which was mighly. l-'n-e?^ in two quarl tree/.- S 1 n «liilo<l Ul bf&n at, J. 13. Cuu- cr. ncmovc <l.is!:cr. 1'nek in ieo | ">"Sl'am's home last. Saturday ins and fan fcr one hour or more after ' fi-Ofzlnsr. Makes about one and; oiif-iniarler ounris. May be s.ir- | inshed vi-fth maraschino cherrlos. I Kntit I'unrli lie Crcum ' One quarter cup freshly brewed ] tea; or.e rm^rter cup orange juic?: j M'.e tables)X>on sherry or sherry I rule may 1« " tr - 1M : one cup whipping en-am': ] >'varisty of "fruit,] i ft '° . t!l 'M 5 CU P swcetjued con-' /-; • ; . • • ;i:l • •—CCHKIVC morn• ' • ' .noi uing, fruit "•;•:• -r-: oroujiu t« the Iwil- nji pairu p;;t ,nlo sierilizcd jars) Plums, p^rs, ponches. apples an;l' wcfl!:; s srapss nre ail S oc;l put up >n a siv:et pickling syrup no\v- evc-r, nny fruit that is pickled witli- cut rcmoviiiR t^e skin or rind should be well pieced over the " - ' tire snrfar?. The fn,il may-to rooke:! uulil t-."der in cli-ir water nn:l simmer- ^"".sri-ssiai^- cess may !> a done in Hie =yrun Tlio pinkicd material should bj lender and clear. t;, t firm and unbroken wren put in cans, pourim; the 5>'<i!l> ovor the fruil or vegetable lor Severn] moriiings | n siircesslmi riri-M S i n i lwi ' f f n an <I imbrokfii pre'plir^lo,,. ^^ "" limc of T'h? same general us«l for .ilmoi. a PV or vegetable. The ^ ^'£ j d ""^" ••";ed but the proportions of--"-' Blril;1 Mr. ;ui(] Mr-; _ „ Thursday " " ' ~ . 5 !«"'»>'. .it- Osceola Snmlny. ,.. . , " i'ltr home here. Frhi?' 1S r : ""« ar , !l "n' GtkS ° m ' Cf 'i Mr "- C:llvi " nobertEon Is Fnday for Mai.shall, Ark., to nc- Mr. Hill Robertson and compAuy Mr. „,« lMrs . ,, ollry Cl ,n- James O'Neal who 1,^ been ntiiBliam who are moving back here. ill. is sonicwliaL belter Mr. and Mrs. Torn) nolliu B s!iead Mr and Mrs and children, of I«s Angoles. Cyl, lertained n lai are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hoi- i day niirht with ii'"'«'"<-"i of Dlyllieville. O. A. Tlrooks cn- e crowd Weilni- .i nsli fry. | Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Powers spnu I Saturday nlglit and Sunday Mr. and Mrs Sid Ings. " j Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Brooks visited Mr. .md Mrs. Jcss.Widtner fi'iu (lay. Rend Courkr News Wiinl A'.ls. Worlds Fair Visitors/ HERE'S WHERE TO STAY in su^ar -..a ui aui-ar S'.v??tened condensed milk, i and vinegar remain Ihe sn:r<- Tiie : !ca ' orange jnlco and sherry thor-: spices are iiv:d whole ami ticxl j,i '<" 1 5 W V- Chill. W!:lp cream 'to cus- > 'P d I 0 '''""' 0 '" 1 b2 - I 1 ow;lsr"i|. tar> l;kc consistency and fold imo ! fcwrri nnrt discolor :ln fmi- rirklinj; Syrup " One qi-.irt vineg.ir. .1 raim h l^hl brcwn „,,„. L, „„ ^ •'; ;^ C2lrua( ; cne-lulf fllp vi i, 0 ; ZdJrCr Mlsar for — Put \S preservhi^ „„, tae boiling rx,;,,! chilled mixture. I'cur into frrov.-1 iu^ )»n. place- in free7ing unit. After mixture Ins frozen lo a mush •die In two ro:irsi remove from srrve cfre.il. rro.im, rice omelet criin to.is,t. ,„(;';. cotlee. | CIIKON: Cheese s:iiiJ»li-.:i i potato chi|>5. mixptl swret i to 1 .' kettle nnd brinj to.ioif. Boll live min-' pickles.'lc«l p.lnwr ale •mi! c;- b-fpr;- niNNM-,!): Cream (if corn soup. I V/ ^l*-\l III I •H'NOIII CHICAGdyli CONVENIENCE... COM FO RT... ECON <b MY... and WONDERFUL GERMAN COOKING EK; . and rj:lKh r.ibcl. bakecl cu- i .,,;,(.•.. (.0,1,,;,,, pmld!,,,; I "•"" e S'il-^. E'ill:. COft:'-?. YOUR ON J. E. HASSON lUIYINC A(,KNT K()K Domestic and Export Shippers I'hnnc -12!) Office Grand Loader 151%. the main traffic artery toond from lha Worlds Fair Grounds. Close lo everything worthwhile in Chicoqa Write today for 'A CENTURY OF PROGRESS^ the World's.Fair descriptive booklet —free on request. WORLD'S FAIR RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED NOW.' OWNtR MANAQEMEKT Err.esi Kotssier ,vcifc.,'c» Tckh a ARK ST. NEAR JACKSON BLVH •'Met It's the GRIP on tires its! Wh*n you "G-3" yewr wheel*—look what you get No Extra Cost! Flatter, Wider A I i - W e 3 t h e r Tread. MorsOn- terTracdon<16% more non-skid blocks). Heavier Tougher Tr«ad. Supertwisr Cord Doily and 4J'/c Mure Mild ol HUM. Non-Skid. Goodyears grip best, stop quickest! 8,400 tests prove it! Smooth tires skid 77% farther—other new tires skid 14% to 19% farther— than "G-3" All-Weathers! Brakes stop your wheels—but it's the GRIP on your tires that stops your car. Grip IS vital—insurance records show 5J^ times as many accidents are caused by skidding as by blowouts or punctures. Grip—the quickest-stopping grip of any tire—is what the New "G-3" Goodyear All-Weather gives you. Center traction grip! Grip that lasts -4 1% longer—twice as long as on other tires tested against it. What a margin of safety that is! What a reason for "G-3ing" your car today! SHOUSE-LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phone 633 BIytheuilfe, Ark. G'O'OSYI'AR SPEEDWAY Tou^h thick Center Tracdon TrsaJ. Bulk with SupznuUu Con;. Full Oterilie. Liferims £uar%utoe. •».«:2I 4.75-l» $4.45 $5.20 Other i|ie» in proportion. Eipert tir« mounting. Price* lubjccc to change without- notice. Slate tai, K any, additional. 1935 Style-ComfwH GOODYEAR AIRWHEELS Worn by (he new cars—can be easily put on your car, World's mosc popuUr low- pressure [Ires by a 5-io-l scoie! Come sc* wh>! Quick Road Service Day or Night PHONE 633 TexacoProducts

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