The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 17, 1936
Page 2
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V ,s / '''•''i For New Year's Eve 'Hole! 30,000 Bales of Cot- toh.a 5 December Con* ' tract Ex^i^s ;'~ NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 17 (UP)The, cotton market" entered a new n- if*; -• (ruling, today, cling- ing'flnnlyto*tho<$4 a. bale gain ,, ' a. up In) less th three yeelt^ during a "squeeze" on,December contracts by Tullls, Craig . and Company, 1 A ;calm after the storm" settled pn-Gravier street as trad- Ing turned iw contracts on January and * later months and December. »as J"wlped from the boards. It was estimated that 1 Garner Tullls "and Robert Craig the • young partners whose demand for actual delivery on their futures contracts precipitated the "squeeze," were' loaded today with about 30,000 bales of cotton, \\o,i nearly, $2,«M),000. , They expected to sell It at the high spot prices now prei ailing. •Hie-coup was the largest since ' the federal farm bourd "squeezed' the market in 19S2 »lth a 300,000 bale, mar.iriul.Uon.' Tullls and Craig 'simply _ bought up a largo volume * of December contracts early In" the,fall and-when they^ _ sensed, an acute mortage of mar-' ketable cotton this month, they demanded delivery. "BLYTflEVlLLB,'" (ARK.) • COtfRIER', NEWS 'THURSDAY, DECEMBER- if, 103(5 Chicken'* fe Kfaf (For 4 servings— to make 13 «ervr Uigs, multiply Ingredient* by.. three.) . , •.•}>•' Two breasts of fowl, cut-Into• very small pieces, 4, mushroom 'icads, sliced, 1-4 cup green'pepppf ul into-ahi strips, 2 tablespoon? nsalted butter, 2-3 tablespoon our, 1 cup heavy cream, T;.eff /oik, 3 tablespoons sherry win*,'8 lice* of truffle, dry toast. ' fot this d« luxe ancV specl»l dh or the New Year's celebration, 'u he family dialing dish, Heat the" nsniled butter, Add Uie strips pf reen pepper, then cooic'J minutes; dd tho mushrooms next and cook' mother 2 minutes. Next add the ireast of chicken and mix well with, ha other Ipgredients • After that •as healed, add Ihe flour dissolved i a UtUe milk, next th'e cream and oil for 2 minutes, stirring gently, Jemoye from the fire, add the egg 'oik, mix well, then season and add he «herry. Serve ' : on^hot toast nd decorate with truffles. Must vefy hot. The fruit cup first and the Ice isl with small thin cakes, coffee ind Happy New Year—that's inrty any pretty woman would like, omc men, too. A ihaflnir dlsli party »'U» chicken a la King—that's a greeting to tli brand of new year of 1931 everybody understands, (From Waldorf - A slorla, New York.) Bank; at Caruthersvilte j Pay* Final Dividend CARUTHER3VILLE. Mo,—B.' L. Bradley, receiver of the defunct Rrst National Bank, yesterday announced that checks in payment of Ihe fifth and final dividend had been ^returned from Washington and' were now ready at tho bank building, West Third Street, tor distribution This final payment will aggregate $47,000, Bradley said. It represents a settlement oJ ^-13 32 per rent-This makes'a'total divldon payment of 7852 per cent to depositors. Bradley, who is also receiver *banks at Campbell and chaflec, Mo,, andjfcjctor, Ark, will move his offices to cither Campbell or ChaSee, -while < Mrs Bess Walton, Bradley's assistant, will be head» quartered at Rector, after Dec 31 Lutes' Grocery Installs New .Market Jquipment New equipment has been installed j.thls week in -the meat department of Lutes Grocery and Market, at 205 West Main street • The^ equipment t consists of a modem display counter, 12 feet in length. !(, is . known, as a Warren r case and Ja one of tho most modem in , this section The * merchandise . is • displayed through triple-thicknesses of plate B'ass, each thickness- being sep- arated'by a vacuum space lor insulation. The new counter gi\es thjs etore additional space for storage and display, being several feet Monger than the old type case which -was removed. By NBA Service (t's chicken a la king for the ladies but tho men like bed steak batter—>es, just as the clock strikes twelve, and trie New Year stsps across the horizon A survey of several popular supper clubs i>nd hotels reveals that on late parlies men want a taste of beef with (heir •beverages and that Is what ihey usually order. So better be- 3in tre New Year by pleasing llio '-nmpanl males Give them fllet •nlgnon on toast for that midnight supper. Filet Mlgnori with Savory Sauce (For 12 servings.) Two medium beef fllcls weighing a 1-3 pounds each, 1 table- took, flour, salt nnd pspnor Season filets wllh salt and pep-, ier and dust lightly with flour. Heat >utter In largo hou pan Then iroun the fllcts quickly on all sides Turn in'.llic..clear soup, Cook about 20 minutes until tender. Medium '"ns. Is best bet If you are out. to 7leasc_-the men at your party. Re- 110V3 cooked filets to large hot plnt- ter. Savory Siuce One-eiiiarler crp flour, 1-4 cup gutter, 1 cup chopped cooked mush- •"iins. 1-3 cup* Burgundy wine, salt and pepper •T Blend the bsiltcr nnd flour smootn'piste.I Slowly pour over this the pun grnvv left from cook- Ing t the« fllcts.- Blend thoioughly. Strain, add seasoning, a few drops .of / .Worcestershire sauce, mushrooms, wine; Simmer unlll it bs- 1'is to thicken slightly Then pour over tho hot diets.' Slice the steak Into 1-2 Inch pieces and servo at once. on. hot buttered toast. If you vynnt a rather coincide one hot vegetable, dish such as casserole of artichoke hearts, or casserole of asparagus tips. 1 cheese Begin with a chilled fru cup and end with a light fnill k rather than with a heavier Ic cream. Tobacco and grain alcohol have lot been proved directly harmful 3 the eyes, but may Indirectly •fluse ; eye trouble. by attacking .the ineral health. On the other hand, /ood alcohol Injures Uie eyes Ireclly and incurably. About 2400 physical and mental llsordere have been found to b. smrnon afflictions of people 'Uiru- ut the world. Read courier News .Want Ads Work on Cotton Base ^Highway Is Started WYNNE, Ark-i-Workbezan ^fon- oay»on the Wynne-to-Vanndole highway which will be the first cotton base type road in the state WPA workers nrc at work both on the highway and in the grave] nils preparatory to spreading the first layer of 'gravej , .The cotton "base will consist of heavy cotton matting topped by asphalt. Both materials have been ordered - buffet supper, serve with the filets PROMPT BATTERY ERVICE Coll us when jou have trouble. We feature quick service. We still have plenty of PRESTONE anti-frecze. Russell Pore For School, Work, Or Just for Pleasure! BICYCLE $23.95 $27.95 $33.95 New type streanlined bike with strong double r bar frame and handlebars, U. S. Royal chain tread.balloon tires, Model D New Departure coaster brake! Lights front and rear—electric horn built right in—bright parts all chrome plated !• It'a complete—a beauty that'll last a'Ions; long timeJ Others, ?20.95 and up. This Deluxe Model Has Everything Beat! iERTY' LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN 314 .\V. MAIN : ST.' 'BLYTHBVILLI3, ARK. SPEC! ALSFQJK FKIPAy AND SATURDAY ..... U.S.No.1 '~ " STEAK, Round, K. C. Beef, ib. PEflGHES, Rosedale, Large 1\ Can ENGLISH WALNUTS, New Crop, ib. SLICED BACOij Dixie Brand, Ib. ORANGES, Dr. Phillips, Juicy, Doz. BANANAS, Golden Ripe, Dozen lOc SPRING LAMB, Leg OLEO JARGHRINE FRESH EGGS Dozen Sic LETTUCE LftRGEHEflD 4 CRANBERRY SAUCE c,, MISS LIBERTY BREAD 10 •RYE BREAD Loaf 5 C CARROTS Fresh Bunch S Fuii Dressed Each BEEF ROAST Chuck Lb. FRYERS 2 to 3 Li). Aver. Lb. 1 Clip Chili;' 1 " Can Beans «CC, ' Both for «C fcU'i' CRACKERS 2LBBOX IS 1 SUGAR PURE CANE 10 Lbs. 49 COCONUTS Fresh Each 5 C GREEN CABBAGE Pound ! MIXED CANDY LB 10 PIE CHERRIES No. 2 Can 11 •so All Day— Friday-Satnrdaj. Sunday PINEAPPLE -IQC LAYER CAKE . . 19 PECAN ROLLS IOC ijoz ..... ?.•/,.-;,. \L CINNAMON BHBADOC Round J-oaf >..'.. 0 LGE. OATMEAL iAC COOKIES: DO/..- . . Iw CUSTARD CREAM QC ROLL '....•/..!.. 0 Speciate for «utereg Hour 5"to6P.'M.,Frl.-Sal.-Sun PRUTT -WAFERS •' SARDINES AMERICAN Can 3 1C 2 DOB. COCONUT-/CINNA- AC MON ROLLS. Doi. « PLAIN R V OLLS < PARKERHOUSE QC ROLLS. Doz. .... 0 liiel ,Vs*M«k« V<mr' Chrisimas COu^mwl Pi« . Phone 110 BLYTHEVILLE il»!!IO CO; PJ«t'-»P Milt and darlt cliocol«t» m eleven flavor!-— herd end to!t, "The Progressive Store Phone "35" CANDY Chocolate Drops 10 C PEANUT BUTTER Quart 25' SUGAR Powdered or Ilrown Lb. 7 C DOG FOOD VIGO 5 DATES DROMEDARY LIBBYS PEARS Pkg. 2i/ 2 Can BACON In the Piece Lb. BACON Swift's 'Oriole Lb. PURE PORK SAUSAGE u 171 SALT MEAT For Boiling PIG LIVER Fresh Lb. HAMBURGER MEAT Lb. 12F. VEAL ROAST Anv Cut NECK BONES Fresh J4i. I 2 BEEF ROAST THICK HIB, Lb 15c SHOULDER, Lb 17.!/zc MIXED SflUSfiGE 3 LBS 25' KRAUT New Barrel Lb. PIG EARS Fresh Lb. PIG TAILS Fresh ;?::: 19 FRESH SPINACH 2 1° 2 MARSHMALLOWS Lb. Bag CURRANTS 8-0?:. I'kg. 10 V SORGHUM Tennessee Gallon 65 l RAISINS London Layer TOMATO JUICE Can APPLE BUTTER Quart 13' OLD TIME MINCEMEAT COFFEE 9-Oz. tfC pkg. y •'Maxivcll H OUSC .„. H COFFEE s ; Pride of Memphis Lb. JELLO All Flavors Pkg. PURITY OATS PKG 6i c PURE LARD •l-Lb. I'ail P & & SOAP J5ar POTTED MEAT l.c 2 SALAD DRESSING Quart 23 flC CHUM SALMON Tall Can L1BBYSCORN Golden Hanlam No. 2 Can PURE LARD 50-Lb. Stand. PICKLES Sour or Dill SQUARE BOX CATSUP RUBY M-0/. MATCHES Anchor lioxes t EVAP PEACHES Lb. EVAP APPLES i c 2

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