The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 30, 1949
Page 13
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THURSDAT, JUNE 80, 1949 BLVTHEVTLLE (ARK.) OOUHtCT KTWS PAGE THIRTEEN Casserole Is iasy-lo-fix Meal Macaroni, Frank* fiend for Salad*, On* Dish Mtals Macaroni and frankfurter com- Itutions make thrifty dishes to •t and rich In food value. They re easy to prepare and almost meal in themselves, and ire (ore especially welcome dur- ^ h e hot months, Macaroni ikfurter Bake ia a tasty casser- !« dish. Macaroni Frankfurter Bake [4-6 «erviDt«) . Three teaspoons salt. 3 quarU sUlng water, & ounces elbow mac- roni, 6 frankfurters, I cup diced merican cheese. 1 tablespoons Craped onion, 2 tablespoons finely hopped parsley, one 8-ounce can itnato .sauce, 1 cup milk, 1 tea- >oon Worcestershire sauce, *,'* lea- ooon salt, dash pepper. Add 3 teaspoons salt to rapidly tflmg water. Gradually arid mac- roni so water continues U> boil ook uncovered, stirring occasioti- Hy, until tender. Drain In colander ook frankfurters in holing water minutes. Drain thoroughly. Mix together macaroni, cheese nlon, parsley, tomato sauce, milk /orcestershire sauce, ",i teaspoor It md pepper. Place In greased Tallow baking dish (about p,£ tarts). Arrange frankfurlers or o p. pressing them gently inh acaroni mixture. Bake in mod ate oven (350 degrees F.) 25 ti ) minutes. Hoi Macaroni Salad (Serves 4-6) Pour and one-half teaspoons salt quarts boiling water, 8 ounce bow macaroni, U cup choppe teen pepper, 'i cup shopped, on n, 6 rrankfurters, sliced, 1 table won butter or fortified butter o liargarine, H teaspoon pepper, T 's'^^French dressing, Vi cup sweet FjlfAe relish, v Add 3 teaspoons salt tn rapidly Idling water. Gradually ad mar- •oni so water continues to boil. ook uncovered, stirring occasion- ly. until tender. Drain; dot with itter or fortified mavganne il de- red. Saute (rreen pepper, onion Chili Makes Savory Treat For Fourth of July Picnic cup brMd crumb*, \ f»g, 1 medium onion, minced. 1 (S-ot.) can tomato uuce, salt and pepper to last*. 1 tablespoon melted fat. Mix all injredlents except fat. >nd pack into well-greased loaf pan; or shape into loaf on greased cookie sheet. Bake In moderate oven (39« degrees P.) lor about 50 minute*. Here's a new cole slaw recipe: Dutch TMUU Slaw (Servo «] One and one-half pounds green or white cabbage, 1 (I oz,> can tomato sauce, 2 tablespoons vinegar, >i tablespoon sugar, 1 egg, well beaten. Shied cabbage very fine; put in saucepan, add tomato sauce, vine Bar and sugar. Blend well and saute over very low flame tor three minutes; cover and steam for 10 minutes. Add egg; stir well and heat until egg is set. Serve Immediately. State Crop Report Cites Need for Clear Weather UTI'LE HOCK. June 30. iff— Growers need a period of clear dry weather to enable them tn clean out Ri'ass and weeds from cotton, (ields. (lie Crop Reporting Service said In its weekly bulletin yesterday. "Some of the fields are In such bad condition that they will not be worked out." the report said, but added that "much of the early planted cotton, however. Is fairly clean and the crop as a whole Is making satisfactory growth." "Blooms are beginning to appear throughout the cotton area; small bolls are reported from some southern areas. A heavy early season Infestation of boll weevils Is damaging a large number ot squares, and Is reported U> be the. rer»t in yean j 'n some localities" VA to Work Overtime T» Attitt Amputees LITTLE ROCK, June 30. (/Pj—A skeleton staff «t I lie Veterans Administration will work overtime lo- nlglit to Insure every World War 11 veteran eligible for an amputee auto a last minute chance lo process hts application before the July • deadline. Ttie Federal Building switchboard will be manned until > a.m. no that ex-ser l 'icemen -or women who lo»: limb or the use of one may receive his government "gilt, car." A SUISTITUTE FOR MEAI Read Courier New« Want Ads V\VVMi If Vtl VAHT FLAKIER HI CI1STS DON'T MLSi, [UK QUALITY & ECONOMY THAT YOU'LL FIND IN NONMr BRT MIU SOUD'; m ilt $ and frankfurters in butter or margarine until vegetables are tender and frankfurters ar browned. Add remaining \\'z teaspoons salt, pepper. French dressing and sweei pickle relish. Simmer to blend flavors, about five minutes. Combine with hoi macaroni and serve once, or keep hot in oven. (Sm-rs «) One pound ground beef (chuck) Civic Leader Wages Crusade CHIU CON CARNE—A quick, savorr treat lor > lulku? »le*te. If the "Fourth" picnic is In the back yard with an open fireplace, or in the mountains with a wood fire, try this quick recipe for a standard favorite. Quick Chill Con Carne (Serves 6) One onion, diced, 1 tablespoon fat, 2 ta oz) cans tomato satice 1 pound ground beef, 2 cups canned red kidney beans, salt and pepper, "i teaspoon chili powder. Smite fat in onion until slightly browned. Add tomato sauce, ground meal, beans and seasoning. Sim- mec 20 minutes. Add a little water it sauce seems dry. Serve with cooked rice. Here's a very simple meat loaf to make at the last moment before the picnic. It slices well and supplies a lot of good picnic food for little time or trouble. Simple Meat Loaf "I'm the kind who can't help crusading about good things 1 discover,'* says Mrs. Jessie Gould, 2468 Autumn. Memphis. "That's why I've told *li my friends about New Perk Soap. It's absolutely top* [or the whit-* washes ever —and so ail-fired thrifty — I couldn't do without Perk » the house." And you won't want u> be without F'erk Soap, yourself-JM* try it ante. Vour very first wash t«fl» w Perk does a better job. /aster «r»l saves money, too. 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