The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1936 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1030 BLYTITEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS For the Holiday Salad A salail of endive mitt sliced iiccis—«s crisp as snoiv anil as red as CEiristmus holly. By NEA Service Salad Is to a dinner what a lake is to a landscape. It gives sparkle and through the refreshment, snow months markets nre lively with greens which can join hands in a garlic- rubbed bowl and do a dance of the lettuce Into long • inln .• slices. Mix all these together in a large bowl. Add 2 tablespoons French dressing nnd toss Ingredients until the French dressing ims covered every bit of green and fruit". Then add 3 tablespoons mayonnaise lightened with a tabls- health and lightness which will spoon of whipped cream. TOPS make everyone feel better. ' Endive und Bed Salad In ft hospital at Memphis, were Mr, ind Mrs. Orover Wicker, of Kcn- nctt, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. 'Jones and son, Paul, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clctus Wnlson and Mr. and Mrs. Uurord WiHsoiuand .daughter, ol .'jcnnth. •George A. Quinn, Nelson H 1'ln- nln, 13. P. Parks, Roger Manning, T. Wilklns nnd Clark Hlnsby .attended a Masonic meeting in Ken- nclt Monday, at which Dr. George W. Walker of cups Oinirdeau, grnml master o( Ihe grand lodge. A, P. and A. M., of Missouri, made his official visit to tills district. Dais Margrave, one of the leathers at the Hives school, spoilt the week end here .with Ills sUler, Mrs. B. P. Ssabaugi). •;Mr. and Mrs. A.-J. Ltiji'gdon jr. a'n.1 daiiglueJvJuiie; drove to Memphis' Tuesday.- •: June will receive medical treatment there.' They cx- psct to 1 return Friday; ' . ' Built-in Shelves for Fireplace Decoration, Built-in shelves over ins flraplace take. Uie 'n!iic'« of tho usuil mirror' or picture. Hrcp'.uccs nmy "OR Cin- sirucled or shelves built in under (lie terms' : 'of.'(he MbdernlK.HIon Credit Plun pf the Feder.il HOIIS-, ing Administration. ' I Tile Ilniinn army.is sold.(o have Seen the first , to', .enjploy. nerial bnmbJng as parliofVlls offensive, its..pilots, showering,.;enemy troops with crude, hand-thrown bombs while attacking; Tripoli in 1012,., WATKKI'KOOl- 1 HACK Now thai houses are being humidified, I(4s desirable to.pl.icc a layer of waterproof pajier Inch of the plaster "to 'prevent Die psiic- Iration Into llis.air.sujcas belvvcsn the studs whore condensation !•. liable to oc:m-- In : cb!J wqaUier. -V niA HOK'S NOT! I.KNI); '• The Federal Housing Admlnis- tratioh lends no money. Hlnsurei' loans made by,private financial -In- 5tltutlon.s pi>:ratln(j under provision^ or the; Natlomil Housing Act. ., Hoald Amundsen, .journeyed , to the South Pole to raise funds for a trip to the North'-pole.- ;' ••'•'... ' Here's as merry a salad as you could hope to serve on Christmas' menu, light green, snowy, with endive and as red as holly with sliced beets. Ingredients nre en- rilyc nnd sliced cooked beels in amounts depending on the size of your hospitality. Chill the endive after you have removed outer leaves that arc imperfect. Use in heads, or if yon prefer, remove leaves from stalks and serve that way. Arrange either leaves or, stalks in ,a circle around edge'of salad dish. In the center, arrange sliced cooked beets which have been chilled. Over them pour French dressing. Special FYench Dressing This is the invention of Chef Francis Moreau, noted in New York for his ability to surprise even the most jaded appetite. This' recipe makes enough salad for C servings. Ingredients: 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1-4 teaspoon pepper, 1-2 teaspoon English mustard powder, dash of paprika, 1 tablespoon wine or cfder vinegar, 2 tablespoons olive oil. • Mix the dry ingredients with the vinegar, stirring until .all the ingredients are dissolved. Then slowly add the olive oil, stirring well. Note that the vinegar is added iirst and the olive oil last. Cabbage, Pineapple and Green Pepper Salad _ (for 8 servings) ^ 1 One-half head firm young cabbage, 1) green 'pepper, ,4 slices...canned pineapple. ' Mayonnaise and Pvench dressing, and .,3 . lettuce les.ves. .. • ; Shred, the cabbage as iine as ]X>ssible. Do not chop. Cut the pepper into fine strips. Dia n pineapple and cuti h\'.o snnll pieces. And now do this (you won't believe how good it can bo until you .taste it) shred very fine about 1-8 small white onion. Cut again, then placa a,small mound of mayonnaise on top. - Serve from the bowl at table, it must be very cold. Caruthersville Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Langdon and son. Edwin, of Amarillo, Tex., who spsnt eight weeks here with their parents and other ralatives. returned to their home list wesk, accompanied by Mr. Langdon's sister, Miss Maud, who will spend the holidays with them. Mrs. J. H. Pray and son, Jos, of Kcnnett, spent the weekend here with Mrs. Fray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P." C. Parks. Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Cop3 spent last Thursday and Friday in Memphis, where Dr. Cope received medical treatment. Their sou. Edwin, who has finished his course at the University of Tennessee, returned with them. He is now associated with his uncle. O. J. Cope, in the drug business. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gould and Mr. and Mrs. William Eswine, of Paragould. were guests Sunday'of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Kenley. Among the out of town peoole who were here to attend the funeral of i\V. C. Wright, who died Make Some Little Girl Happy! %. FREE DOLLS 1 In appreciation ;of the nice business we have ,ch- I joyed, we olTer the following':'' • Friday, Dec. 18th Through Wed., Pec. 23rd A $1 Coupon Book $1.00 ((Sued for $1.00 in Trade at Our Relail Store OiiVi 1 Beautiful Crying Doll, Retail 'Value . .60 BOTH FOR $1.00 BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. Home of • T Bnttercf/ and Peny-Scwr Bread 1 COVERED SAUCE POT. 3 Quart jiie. loop, long or ball handle!. Eaiy.dean, round co;ncn. Regular }UO, $1 Each. SAUCE PAN WITH DRAINING COVER. 3 Or. lire. No scald. ing; fair, even heal. Reg. 51.50. Jl Eoth. 5E7 OF, 3 CAKt for "upifde-down" or Foyer cafces, end many other uiei Reg. $1.35. $1 Set. DEEP FRY PAN. 9- inch site; enduring Ihiekneii; slream. line handle. Regv* lor $1.35, SI Eoch BAKING AND ROASTINO PAN Ge Flol bottom. Regular $1.25, 51 Each. SAUCE PAN SET New design wilh Ihfl (marl, (lol bead, H, 1 and l!$ qua/tl fieg. Sl.50.il S«l. ANOU CAKE PAN. Popular 13-egg ili«. Fined with lugi for cooling Regular 51.25. SI Each. HUBBARD HDW. CO. Gowns and Pajamas CREPES - SATINS - VELVETS'-'CORDUROYS' A beautiful assortment of both sleeping and lounging Pajamas and Ince trimmed or tailored satin and crepe Gowns. ip to $595 i Ladies' Robes and Negligees VELVETS - SATINS'- CORDUROYS - WOOLS You'll find almost nny style here that you could possibly want. 95 Kayser Hose - - 75c to -11.65 KaySer Underwear 50c to $1 Kayser Gloves - 50c to |1 See the Beautiful new.... Se-Ling; Hosiery o J m '•m~f i Improved construction features make Se-Li«g Hosiery the choice of discriminating women. 3 Pairs 75c Hose $2 3 Pairs $1 Hose $2.75 3 Pairs $1.25 Hose $3.bO Table'Linens and Bridge Sets 79cto .9595 JACK APPLEBAUM STORES KS FOK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Texas Seedless .Mod. Size Dozen ,,... Kxlni Large Do/en .,-, 19' Country Club i'qnnil. Crackers Wcsco 1,1). HOX Pure Cane 10 Pounds Potatoes MHiMMIMMM Coffee Kmicy lied Triumphs Pound Cauliflower 15c Pickles Sour or Dill Quart CARROTS Fresh Hunch 5' CELERY Jumbo '."•'Stnlk 9 |C GRAPES Emperor 1.1). 10° GINGER ALE S10° 'PEACHES ITS 15 c: MATCHES ! ti 10 CABBAGE LETTUCE COCONUTS Fresh Knch' MOTOR OIL MACARONI 10 LEMON DROPS U)S. 25 C GREEN BEANS Fr ^ 9 BANANAS 5 l CLOCK BREAD, ur 10' TOMATO J S£ c » If c - 20.0,,. i>kjr. FRUIT CAKE ' 3 ;t s S APPLES Jonathan or Winesap Doz. 15c ONIONS Large Spanish 4 Lbs. lOc Grapejuice Welch's Qnatt 33c Pint Fresh Eggs • RtuiriihtceV Dozen Pineapple Avoiidalu c. 2 J/2 Can CLEAMSER'TirlO' SODA A. &'H. G for 25' SALMON Chum Can 10 WALNUTS Large Lb. DOGGIE DINNER Can 10 TWINKLE S BACON POTTED MEAT L 5 CANDY A!1 10 JAM Grupe i 2-Lb. Jiir i PECANS In Sh tb 25 U DATES Dromedary ASPARAGUS Sm "< Lgc. - 27c TOMATO • SOUP Campbell, 3 - 25c Harhiir.1 Ann, Can - - f>c Embassy MARSHMALLOWS LI). Cello Hug 15c mums SAUSAGE CANDY Lb. 10 BRAZIL HUTS ,19 PUMPKIN sw.c,,,, 10 1 FLAKES C. C. -IAC n-o/. i«i< K . IU CATSUP , 10 Kwick Krisp i'ouml Ever-Good Pound Veal Roast mmmmmmmmm^ Cheese g Veal Chops ' _ I . Cottage •JRich, Creamy. '.Pound Oysters CATFISH Selccls Pint Sliced LI). SHRIMP Large Jumbo 23 C PAMPANO Fine for JJroiling Lh. JACK SALMON LB RED SNAPPER F ™ "w." 28' FILLET HADDOCK LB 23 C Ground Beef i Sliced Pound Pound Armour 1>otln < ! Star j jCi , Pound Shoulder Roast OCC 32 C Pork Chops 28c

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