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September 13, 1934

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGE TEN Steele-Cooter Society — Personal i. .Th» Aomin's missionary society i met Monday afternoon in the .••home at Urs. J. P. Vlckery. There nffte sixteen members and three .-;. visitors present. Mrs. J. J. Field : and <Sau«ht«r, Frances, o! Blytlie- . YiUr, wtrt guests. .->The.*pr)d'outJbo)( program was . fiyenrby several members. The .:5e?t netting will be with Mrs. P. • '* .Fender. .:.'Miues Nell* Boston and Hazel McAdams and Guy Azbill v.'ent to • the Mid. South Fair in Memphis Friday. Phillip Koury has gone to Columbia to attend Missouri University.- . Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kale and Mrs. Charlie Jones were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wilson ot . .Caruthersvllle Bunds.'. . Mrs Ca&sle Myers and daughter, Ruth, of Akron, Ohio, are in Cooler as guests o? Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Ellison. lib. and Mrs. Howard McClure, Mrs. John Reddlck, and Mike Reddkek, spent Sunday in Tennessee visiting relatives. Miss Hazel McAdams Is guest of Miss Clara GameV, of Armorel, •Arkansas. : Mrs. T. D. Rhodes ana mother, Mr*. Boswell, and T. D. Rhodes Jr., of Blythevllle. have been guests of Mr. atld Mrs, Henry Boswell. ,.Mrs, DeBakey and daughter, Ha- iel, have gone to Sikeston to make .tt»lr home. • ;"' Mrs. T. C. Beasley and son, «r. JO* Beasley, of Blythevllle, and STandson, Joe Marlon M It hie, arc spending this week In St. Louis as guests of Mrs. H. W. Holcomb. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan and daughter, Pauline, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ncel- e>, of Caruthersvllle, Sunday. Attorney Roy Harper and Hayes Smith attended to business In Little' Rpck Tuesday BLYTHEVILLE,-,(ARK.) COURIER' NEWS Casserole Takes Work Out of Cooking Chicken 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1331 Pad Waner Keep, Swift Major Leafiie Pace year and his 1,000th slim? lie nisi c-mered major leagues, when li» slid home with the eighth run In ihc last I'fi-ates-Boslon series here. railed "!a e finis during A dish of chkken like this saves I lint- In prrpunitiun, servlr^ and cleaning up. I»V MARY E. DAOIT. NKA Service Staff Writer Chickens arc nl lliclr. best and :henix>st at this season, so why not Inkc advantage of, the situation to give the whole family an on o gve e woe amily an cook chicken until brown over a ny thickening th unexpected treat? Chickens are so |low fire. Then add onions, garlic,-with flour and tender they ran be cooked any | tomatoes, squash and potatoes and'Smooth paste ami wa liked best bu ev ' | Clean nnd disjoint chicken. Add,hoi. Drop dumplings Into boiling 1 tcns|joon sail and 1,1-2 loii!>]KXm j broth, cover closely and keep boil pepper to 1-2 cup of Hour and roll ench piece of chicken In mixture Melt butter in trying pan and cook chicken until brown over of baseball to .tie Babe Ruth's 100 run average for 12 years. Waner also k leading both I leagues with 180 hits and Is almost Pl'lTSBURGH (UP)-Paul W a- |leitgues * ith 18 ° hiu an d ^ almost nor. Pittsburgh Pirates' ace rlgln j Cer ' ta " to ^^ lhe 20 ° mark r °'' Youth of 15 May Win New Orleans Chesi Title - ' y u ' hlch qulcW J r His batting record Is rated I city cliess" c'hamplonship . mtmg the highest In raajor i c a s «e Matthew first saw chess figures history. He needs but four more I when he was 11 He began play ,lug with thcipleces, and Immediately developed a desire to learn the game. His progress, according to his step-father, H. W. Morton, a championship chess player, has ueei| amazing. "Matthew Is now ready for !he city championship," Morion says, "and undoubtedly can play v.'itli lending experts of the country." The boy studies continually in an effort to Improve his game. His greatest desire Is to win the national chess championship. I - j A system of pumps so powerful j lhat water forced from them will; crush stones has been perfected by i a Russian engineer. KENOSHA. WIs. : (UP/ - Tht' v.eddlng ring which Mrs. Henry Krahn lost on their'farm in 190S has been recovered. Emerson Weldmau, son of Mr.- and Mrs. Harry Wcldman, preseni owners of the farm, dug up' the ring while working in a garden. H was returned lo Mrs. Krahn, 'nov,- living on a neighboring faun. Fhone 171 .1 At Night— Sunday— Aaytune For Qnkk and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. ing fifteen minutes. Surround chicken with border of dumplings I and serve at once. Make a gravy I by Ihlckcning the chicken broth . milk stirred to a - .my I tomatoes, squash and potatoes nnd • smooth paste ami serve in a sep way liked best, but even the old;cook twenty minutes longer. Turn unite sauce dish. favorites pall sometimes mid new rec!]«s are' welcomed. If you cook a young roasting Into a shallow casserole nish with peas which have gar- been cooked separately. Put in oven un- chicken with vegetable en casse- '" VC1 'V hot and se role, you can send the whplc thing i of watercress. to the table in one dish nntl snve ' ----effort in cooking, serving and cleaning up— a valuable consideration on w:mn days. Serve such, a combination with a green salad and an up-and-coming dessert, nnd you w|ll have a delightful mctil for any informal occasion. To make dumplings mix and sift 1-1-2 cups flour, 3 teaspoons -baking powder and 1-2 teaspoon sall.i , corn, 1 cup diced celery', 1 It is well lo use discretion in ' selecting the 'vegetables to go Into ears , small onion. 2 sprigs parsley, 1-3 cup melted liuttcr, 3 eggs, 1 cup chicken brotli, 1-2 cup flour, salt and 'alter spending two weeks here. ,,-The Rev.-.G. A. Comer left Mon- 'day for his home at Gideon after (pending two weeks here. •-. Miss Mary Ella Wllkerson Is confined to her home by Illness. Mrs.;. Anna Hurst has returned to her. home at Savannah, Tenn., , *. visit here with relatives. .• The Cooler Consolidated School piltrlct Number srineludlng Cooler, .Tyler, Crockett, lake Farm Schools, closed last week for cotton, picking vacation. Wilson Society — Personal ;: Mrs, w. T. Martin, who has been rtsiUng her daughter, Mrs. H. M. l«wls, for the past month, has re- tured to her home at Conway, Ark ,',E(igene Maxwell teft.Sunday for Tupelo, Miss., wher ehe will at»Bd, Tupelo Military-' Institute. ) Mr. and Mrs. Gils tYazler and d«u»litef, Jean Davis, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cube Enochs at Horse Shoe Lake. ••'Mr. and Mrs. a E. Lee Wilson Jr and xtons,. R. E. Lee iu» and ffank, /returned Sunday from 91enwoo«l Brings, col., where they spent' two months vacation. ?• Mia» Mary Syinonds, accompanied by her niece.-Mlss Evelyn Symond5, •rrived tfrorn., Qulncy, ill., Satur, W?'Miss-Symoixis teaches music |P_the Wilson school. Miss Evelyn WfflvtetUrn home in a ew days." VUfce . Nedra Cox, of Hcrnando, M*., was -the guest of her brother Dr., Hunter Cox, over the weekend * f ¥ ry HU1 has 'W™ to . where ~, she will- take .course • at Miss wylte's • • •• - have to rely on the onion family for our strongly flavored vegetables. Squash and lonmlocs. urcen pens, liina benns, sweet corn nnd on through the list of the not too pronounced flavored vegetables may be chosen to go into Hie casserole. I think yon will like lhls"chldton n la Voglinzzo. it appealed to me because it was so flavon,ome and unusual in Its combination of vegetables. The recipe was given me by the chef of a famous New York hotel. Chickens a la Vojrllano Cmt tiirte pound chicken, 1 ta- lespoon minced onion, i clove arllo. 3 tablespoons butter, 4 cups hopped tomatoes, 2 cups di'ed talian squash, 2 cups potiilu niar- les, 1-2 cup green peas. Clenn and disjoint chicken. Put In sauce .pan with just enough boiling water to cover,' Add nnton parsley, celery salt and 1-2 . r>and' Mrs. Carl L. Bird had »£ their guest last week, Mrs Marra Buxi, ot Earle, Arx. . . .Miss. Remley caughlcy, of Mem WU,^ has. accepted a position .a the.Wiiteon gin. 1 l% s -".!V > > ert Douglas, .who has " • for'the past three'weeks . irned- home' and is conva (..Irota.a major operation. '• and Mra. Henry Witcher were J^, Wi(ch «'s parents »,. and Mrs. Le vl Rodgers, at. Mo n*t{e Sunday. „*?**?*• H. M. Lewis atteiBci UJ Conference Board of Christlai W fa ^J'!, Dmpa>n ' M !*<^ o^Vrs W M. Wallace, left;yesterday fo GuUport, Miss, where he will e n er -^T'sta'^r?' Academy *n automobiirTccidcnt Campbell's condition sprays Add egg, unbeaten, and milk, to! make a stiff drop batter, stirring I Italian squash Is pared but the i vigorously and adding milk slowly, seeds are so small and tender they ~re not removed. Concord!;! 1'ujahif One roasting chlclcen, 0 nnd 2 teaspoons teaspoon pcpptr. Cover and simmer until tender. Cut a thin slice from tops 1 of'ker- nels of corn nnd scraiw oul heart with Wunt edge of case knife Best eggs until very light, beating in flour and melted butter. Add corn nnd chicken broth nnd mix well.' Turn into n buttered baking dish nnd add pieces of chicken. Bake thirty mlm.tes hi a moderate oven nnd serve from bnklng dish. The pudding should brown on top and become flrm. Chicken With Dumpling* ' Tills, Is a simply and very appetizing way to cook and serve a chicken. Clean nnd disjoint chicken nnd cook in water to more trinn cover until tender. Remove from broth to n hot plntter and keep Reece News Miss Geneva Skelton spent Saturday night visiting her sister Mrs. Calvin Conley, at Clear Lake. Miss 'Frances AMns spent Saturday nlglil nt the Wilson .home. Mr .and Mrs. Cecil 'Uuiin anil family and Miss EslnWilson spent the week end visiting relatives' in Tennessee. • . . i Mrs.. Florence. Evart spent Satur-, day night, with Mr.s. Ida Aklns. • Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wlilteheail entertntned a'group of young people with n wiener roast nnd parly Saturday night. The Home Demonstration club has planned, a pie supper for Pri- dny nlgijt, September. 14. A quilt, of the "sweet, gum leaf" pattern, will be given away. Read Courier News 'Wnnt Ads. For REAL Protection rhone 191 CLARK-WILSON AGENCY General Insurance "We Pay All Losses With n Smile" James H. Clark -. Baker Wilson m ANOTHER ACCIDENT THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN 1 Skids cause SM times as many accidents as blowouts (insurance iecords s.houi)'.Hcnv'sthe GRIPon your tirej? How does it compare —in Quick-stopping safety—with the new "G-3" Goodyear. All*. ^Weather? COOD^YEAR ALL-WEATHER GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY C*ntCTTr«llon— tough thick trrai — SuperturUt Cord-lifetime guarantee. 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Every boy and girl under 16 years of age can go. Simply get one friend to subscribe for the Courier News, mail or bring to the office of the Courier News and you wUl be given a ticket admitting you to the Big Show, Side Show and the Wild West Show. If you don't Kve in Blythevitle mail the order and your ticket will be mailed. HURRY-Send Your Order In At ONCE Tickets Now Being Distributed BRING OR MAIL ORDERS AND MONEY TO THE CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT OF THE COURIER NEWS 1 CIRCUS TICKET FREE With each New Subscription to the Courier News as described below 1 Tkket good for all Sideshows, Main Performance and Wild West Show with each paid in advance NEW subscription as follows: 6 MONTHS MAIL SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 . (Within 50 Miles Radius of Bl.vlheville) 3 MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION BY CITY CARRIER $1.65 AD subscriptions must b« turned in by September 15th, and Paid in advance 1

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