The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1936 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1036 '-••-••.- - - : GET5 ^ yeri -Odors Rival Fragrance of Pine as Scent for Holidays BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Oklahoma:.. Man Admits Taking; Clothing from ,' Cafe 'ati- Del! v . ; Joe Bostwick of Long, Okla., wns fined J25 and sentenced to 30 days in .Jail:by Municipal Judge Doyle Henderson Tuesday on lib.plea of guilty, of stsallng a number of articles of clothing at Dell. Bostwlek was' fined $25 and given a one day jail sentence by a Jonesboro municipal, court judge last week for petit larceny'in tlie theft of a pistol, .belonging to a Jonesboro man. .Bostwick had been .given a ride by two Jonesboro inen from Manila to Jonesboro Their ear overturned: near Jonesboro and in .the excitement Bostwlek pocketed tlie pistol and disappeared He was later apprehended and admitted 'the theft: Before meeting the Jonesboro men at Manila Bostwlck had stolen several articles .or clothin<- from a cafe at Dell. He admitted the theft • in court. The Oklahoma man has a penitentiary record for larceny convictions. Trial of Essie Davidson on a charge of disturbing the peace was continued by the court to enable the defendant ' to secure the at- etndance'of a witness. On motion of the deputy prosecutor the slate's case of disturbing the peace against John cullen was (ismlsssd when state witnesses displayed considerable reluctance in testifying. Jack Lucy, youthful truck driver,, failed .,ip. appear to answer to charges of driving without a chauffeur's^ license, driving without a drivers license and reckless driving. His trial-was reset for Wed- ne.sdsy. Demonstration Club" News Notes An old-fashioned Southern fnill cake Is mas lliese days. Gel mie of (he modern fruit cake an egg and 1-3 cup of liquid—eider, walcr, wine bake this, mix in its own tin. Let II • slan a cinch to make for Clirist- Tlicn adil •anriy. Vou ripen. or bra il to sift ngnln: Cut In eUortentng, Add tangerine rind iin<l raisins. He- serve about 1-3 of one ego while for glaM), Beat iviutiinlng eggs well, add cream. Add all nt once to flour mixture anil stir unlll Hour Is dain|H-n«l. Then stir vigorously until, mixture forms a sott dough ami follows spoon around bowl. 'iMrn out nt once on .slightly floured bonrd and kneiul for lialf H minute, noil 1-2 Inch thick and cut In IrUingles. place on un- greased baking sheet. Brush lops lightly with reserved egg white, slightly beaten. Sprinkle with nd- dlllonal sugiir. lluke in hot oven 12 to IS minutes, or until urowncd. Cream chce.se anil gooseberry turnover. 1 ; are 'enough lo make Santa clans drop In weeks ahead of lime for tea. You must prepare the pastry Hie night bfforc. Crt'Lim Clit'ese and CJoosebcrry Tu movers : (For 15 Turnovers.) ; T«-o cui« cnkc Hour. 2 Icasjxxins snlt. 1-2 cup biHter, 2 packages Team cheese, Sift flour. : SUt flour once, measure, mid .salt, lien .slfi agiiln. Using knives, cut n" the cream cheese t and butter. Vrap the dough in waxed paper md place in refrigerator over night. 'o mnke turnovers, roll out dough o 1-8 Inch thickness. Cut Into Wares. On each place n little jonseberry Jam; Gather 'up the orncrs ami pinch Uic'm. together. Brush lightly with'-'milk.'• Bake In Brown 4-H CluU. : Virdia crews, was elected president of : the Brown 4-H club-at a' meeting December. 3. Other officers for the coming year are: Ruth Th.relkcld, vice-president;. Velma Johnson, secretary; Eunice Glenn reporter; Martha west. son« leader. Barney Threlkeld was chosen sponsor .fo r the boys and Miss Virginia Mayfield for the girls There are 23 members'enrolled. New Chet Cat Found PHILADELPHIA (UP) —A new species or civet cat discovered in Panama, has been named '"bassa- rlfyon paulL' In honoi of^A 3- nrexel Paul Jr It is announced by the Academj of Natural Scl ences here. Christmas fruit scones are as eas> popular with : the family's sweet 'l B> NLA Seruce Cocktail parties, may have their addicts, but .tea and scones fulfill a gentler need. When the day fades and the smell of sugar baking leads you toward the tea table, the, frantic pace, of the holiday ssason' is something you hear about; rather than live through. Christmas Fruit Scones (For <16-scohes_V Two cups sifted cake flour, 2 1 4 teaspoons baking powder, 1 2 lea spoon salt, 2 lableipooni sugqi, 4 tablespoons butter *l TVte&pqBns' gwted, U|iigenne rind 1-2 cup nne^ ly cut seedless raisins' 2 eggs, 1-3 cup light cream I Sift 1 flour once measure, add to make as biscuit arid even more loot" J5 the) re (rulj inexpensive baking powder salt sugar then Open All Night ROAD AND WRECKER SERVICE , Phone 633 Tom Little ChevrolefCo Amateur Program Will Heli) Stcele! Good fellows Finn I STEKU3, Mo,—The Cloodfollows of sici-le will spread Christmas cheer amoni; needy families In and very hot oven for about 15 minutes. Dust with powdered sugar and shoo them Into the living room. "Now sllr [he fire, nnd claw the shutters fast, 1*1 fall the cuvtnlus, wheel tho sofa round, And while lite bubbling and loud hissing urn Throws up a s'.snrny column, nnd Ihe cups Thai ehrer but nol Inebrlale, wall, on each. Sri lot us \velcoi!!; peaceful eve- nliiB 111." Tlie tea which William Cotper wrote of was made as follows: Scald (he pot, drain. I'lnco In 1 tenspoon tea for each serving nnd an extra tor the |»t. Pour in a little boiling wiiler. Cover, Stand a minute. Pour In another quan- Hty of boiling w ntor. cover nnd stand again, Then add the remaining boiling water nnd stand until brewed. around Steelo ngniii Oils year. A Mnjoi 1 Howes Anuiteiir proanvm, sponsoixyl by the' Cnmmefclnl elub niid.clly coniK-11-.'nnd under- the mmmaemeni of llarbert Ilmlgens and A. b. Jordan; will be- presenl- «l nt lhe high school'Auditorium Monday nlnltl, 1>K\ Hi for (ho benefit of the tloodfcllow's fund. l"rln- cs of $10, $5 nnd $2.60 nro to be given to ni'slr. .second, mid (hiixl plnce winners. About 15 numbers have nlrcAdy hceu nccciiten. The proKi'am Is lo lust about two hours. The prize money 1ms Already been contributed by Ihe bushic.ts men.of the,.community. . N. Y. A. stmlenls of stoelo hlsh school are repairing old toys Hint arc to be dlsti'lbutal by (he Oooil- fellows. PAGE SEVEN Luxoni Society — Personal Mr. nnd Mrs, QroVcr Driver had as their guest Sunday, Mr. Driver's niece, Mrs. ifnwley, of cape Ql- rardcau. Mo. II. ,1. Udwnrds sr, \\<ns taken lo the Ilnptlst hospital Mrldny. Miss carrle Mae Hires and nob Oillsepie iitlemted the (ooltall name between Ole Miss and the university of Tennessee In Memphis Snt- uixlny nftoriuxm nnd 'dniiccd at the Pcnbody Siilmxlny night. Snluiday vhltors to Memphis In- eluded Mrs. clmvllo Thomus, Mrs T. D. Wilklns, Mrs. IxnilsB'McHon- >y, Mis K W. Nichols, Mis Will wise Mrs Cliaille Mlfflln, Mit,. ^fattlc Poison, and Miss' l/>!.i Hill. Miss Dabe iihe.i accompinled MKs &aia ohoiie lo hci home In PaniBoutd saliirdny inornliig to sjirnd llij. week-end Mrs ]•; it nog'in wns num- ueied among the guesl.s or hopor nt a moclhis; ol Hie I'nranould East- onfttai (Imptci nldny night when (hey enlerlftlned «ilh n dlnnei, liaiioi Inn n numhei of the granei "Iflars MIS uuann h the nssor cinto grand miitron of the Arkau'- us Oiand clmp'ei she tt as HP. compiiniid by O- noijiin i I lie Itcv rugi ne \v Potler p ( •siding ctdu of ihe Jonesboio /LS trill niH Mrs 1'otlu were c/;ci- nlghl guests of Ihu H C \ and 'Mr, Jimrs 1. rcnndle Saturdaj , Mis U o Wilklns MIS /, , ;»nUli nnd Mrs c li. Wo ) ( a tended the Joseph Holfim. j | 0 |). cert, sporrioied by the Beethoven club,, nt/ tho Memphis Municipal Auditorium Saturday night. , Mis/ K. H. Bogan and' Mri. Jnn,c(? 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