PAGE TfllKTEEN BMTHEVII.LE (ARK.) 1 OOURIB* NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH J4,IM» i.l. Wives Study toby Food Costs Comparison Set Up For Commercial and Home Prepared Food * Here's a new slant °n GI wives. I panel ot young mothers earned extra money by making their own Indies of the comparative cost of home-prepared and commercial Mby foods. That's a subject of budget and time importance to every mother. Their domestic conclusions phi; lie conclusions of a scientific fooc aboratory have been combined In a non-commercial Time and Cos' Study released to leading nutrl- :ionisls. health bureaus. United States Children's Bureau and Department of Agriculture. The findings of both the GI wives and the testing scientists point out thai when mothers prepare strained vegetables, fi'uit and — ~ > — i ° " ~~ ~- "~' ~ — meat in their own kitchens, (t costs ! egg-*- Heat thoroughly. When spag- I der. Saute onion In butter or miir. them more of the family food clol- ' Iwttl Is tender, drain in colander; garlne: blend In flour iinl paprika Curried Eggs With Spaghetti Meatless Dish As macaroni and spaghetti are particularly Important during th« season of Lent and meatless dishes, every homemaker will welcome these two extra recipes: Curried lifts and Thin Spathrtti Makes 4-6 wrvln(>) Eight ounces thin spaghetti; S quarts boiling water, 1 tablespoon salt, 2 tablespoons butter or fortified margarine. I tablespoon minced onion, 1 tablespoon flour, 2 ta blespoons curry powder, 1 can con densed cream of mushroom soup 1-1)3 cups water, 4 to 8 hard-cookec eggs cut In quarters. Combine salt and boiling water add spaghetti gradually 50 water continues to boll, cook uncovered (stir once or twice lo prevent sticking) 9 to 12 minutes or until lender, Woman Wirfi $20,000 Euit for N*ck Broken 'n Ruth for Margarine BEIXKVILLK, in., March »4— <f> -Mrs. Catherln* Smith of bit St. Louis won * Jury Ttrdlct for 130,000 damages yesterday for * brotna ntclt she said ike suffered In t grocery store rush for oteo-marg- arlne. She had sued Elton Taylor, the store manager, and his employer, the Kroger Grocery Co.. for $50.000. The Incident occured Sept. 28. 194S. Mrs. Smalth said a clerk opened a case, yelled "come and fet Itl" and the rush was on. Taylor denied there was a shout or a rash, lib lawyers said they would appeal. spoon paprika, 1 can condensed mushroom soup. 1-H3 cups water, one Hi-ounce can tuna ftsli, ? cups cooked broccoli cut In pieces. 4 tablesiv»ns grated Italian-style cheese. Combine salt and boiling water; Saute onion In butter or mar- 1 arj.l macaroni gradually so water garine; blend in flou- and curry , continues to boll. Cook uncovered powder. Gradually add soup and Isllr once or twice to prevent stick- water, stirring until smooth; add Ing) 9 to 13 minutes ov until ten- lar than when they buy commercially prepared products. The Time and cost Study contains several charted te.sls nn scraned beef, important because doctors are now pivine nnifh attention to meat In the young diet. The savings here on the commej'cbllv prepared ovo- duct were particularly noted. Elow- ever. tliey found that chopped peaches and custard for tables ean be prepare^ more cheaply at home. One of the testing panel of three : i/} wives was Mrs. Robert McGaul- fr. While her youne husband, v<io recently commanded an LST In the Pacific, studies tor his engineerlna degree at Columbia University, she cares for her two-year-old Xfike. She worked out three quickie mother-junior luncheons that taste good, save time and 'money She and Mike enjoy them together. Luncheon: Junto]- meat sandwiches on whole wheat bread or toast, grated raw carrot and raisin salad, milk, sliced bananas with quick custard sauce, Luncheon: Mixed vepetable-jun- ior beef stew, molded junior fruit salnd (combination leftover fruits in gelatin), celery for mother, cottage cheese for junior, milk, cookies. Luncheon: Peanut butter-junior fruit sandwiches, had-cooked stuffed eggs with lettuce (left-over junior meat mashed with yolk and seasonings), hot cocoa, baked apples. place on serving dish; dot with butler or margarine and lop wth egg curry sauce. Macaroni Casserole Supreme Makes 4-8 servings) One tablcspooi salt, 3 quarts boiling water. 8 ounces elbow macaroni. _ 3 tablespoons butter or forlliied j margarine. 2 tablespoons minced dhion. 2 tablespoons flour, U tca- Gradually add soup and water; stir until smooth end thickened Add tuna fish. When macaroni is tender, drain in colander, place ball the macaroni In bottom of two- quart casserole Top with half the broccoli, then half the sauce and half the cheese. Rep" t. Bake In moderately hot oven (315 degrees F.) 20 to '25 minutes, Bank Official Dies ST. LOUIS. March 24. r/p) — C. Hobavt Chase, R3. H vice president of Jhe First National Bank since 192t. |ied yesterday. Ke suffered a strok* oaturday night and never regained consciousness. Electric eyes control subway escalators in Prance, and the lifts operate only when someone has bearded them. Wonderful how Pure* cleans, disinfects, deodorizes, restores color and freshness to so many household things...closet shelves, wicker furniture, linoleum, tile, porcelain, dninboards, woodwork, ecc. Folio* directions on bottle for rhis big help to spring house cleaning! 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