The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 31, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE, BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 31,1949 Chowder Makes ..'>•.- ! Hearty Dish Supper Improved by Serving Salmon ,Chowder with Meal For a truly dllferent main course, serve the family steaming bowls of rich, creamy Salmon Cliowder. Wilh It have hard rolls and butter, a generous bowl of green salad and an elegant desert—sncli as a ricii chocolate pudding or a fruit upside- down cake. Watch the family respond with pleased smiles, Since the chowder is made with canned salmon, It takes only about, a half-hour to prepare it. A porce- ' lain enameled sauce pot ts ideal for cooking the chowder. Besides Its Jast-heatlng qualities, the glass coating of enameleciware Is ypry easy to clean. Every trace of "fishy 1 ' odor disappears like magic with just, a soap and water washing. To umke the salmon chowder: Quick Salmon Cliowder 3 tablespoons butler or bncoti drippings 2 mcdiuni-sv/ed onlou, chopped 3 cups boiling water 3 cups potatoes, diced 1 cup celery, chopped Salt and pepper to taste 4 cups milk 1 pound can salmon Heat butter or rirlpplnps In porcelain enameled sm\cc pot. Add onions and brown lightly. Add water, vegetables and -seasoning. Cover and cook until vegetables are tender. Add milk and heat thorouRh- ly. Stir in flaked salmon. Bring to boiling point and serve immediately. Makes 6 servings. Planning Menus Ahead Cuts Grocery Budgets Despite the long-nwaltcd-for lowering of food costs, keep right on planning your Jnrnlly uiemw In advance. You'll be surprised how much money you caiv save that way The Jcllowinx suggestions have !>eeji carefully tested: Luncheon: Vegetable soup, melted cheese sajidtvich<y;, lan^etine. 1 ;, tea. milk. Dinner: Lamb stew with tomato dumplinfrs, green beans, mashed yellow turnip.';, bread, butter or fortified margarine, hot apple pie. coffee, milk. (Tills dinner will cost about $3 for a family of five.) Luncheon: Llvenvmsl patties, baked potatoes, carrot strips, peaches, tea, milk. 'Dinner; Baked beans with ham hocks, deviled egg salad, bran muffins, butter or fortified margarine strawberry rennet custard, cookies coffee, milk. (Tills dinner will cost about $2.18 Good Coffee Should Keep All the Aroma Good coffee is cveo'lKHly's pleas- ire! Bui. unfortunately, coffee is lot always brewed so that all the lavor and aroma are retained. There are several methods of malting coffee, such a.s by the drip, percolator, racuum or boiled method. Any of :hem will produce a brew 'thai > if a low basic rules are observed. A really clean coffee pot Is the Irst requirement of' coffee. Easy to ccep sixrtlcss are the various types of porcelain enameled coffee nmk- er.s. Since Ihe shiny surface of einimcledwnre is a heavy coating of llnss it resists stains nnd is easy to keep clean and sanitary. A tlio- roiish washing after each using will keep enameled coffee makers fresh An occasional cleaning with a damp cloth sprinkled with baking soda will remove accumulated stnins. Acotiale measurements of both coffee and water arc essential In making coffee. 'Die recommended proportions are two level measuring tablespoons of coffee to three- fourths or a standard me,isuriii cup of water lor each cup of finished coffee. Consistent timing is equally important. Experiment to find tlie ex-' act time needed to produce coffee of the. desired strength. Then. loi uniform results ,brcw the coffee this same length of time whenever It Is made. r\>r percolated coffee, allow to percolate gently for 6 U4 8 minutes. Remove the coffee basket a.s soon as Ihe coffee ts matte, For boiled colfcc, bring Just to a boil and then remove from the heat, When making coffee in a drip pot, use fresh, briskly boiling water. Let water drip through coffee once, tlien remove the grounds. For the vacuum-type cofJec maker, allow water to agitato in upper bowl for 1 !i to 2 minutes. When col fee runs through, remove upper bowl. Serve the coffee as soon as possible after brewing. Keep hot by placing tiic |x)t on an asbestos mul over very low heat. The dragon fly Is one of the swiftest fliers in the insect world. Britain's Doctors Vote to "Revolt" Plan to Organize LONDON. March 31—M'j—Doc- tors In Britain's coainlizcd heallh service voted a "revolt" ycscerdny and began forming a protective guild to deal with the labor government. Ity voted to form a guild. It would be called Ihe British Medical Guild and would have a starting treasury of 1.000.000 pounds ($4,000.000) subscribed by doctors. To]»no.->l issue between the doctors and the government now ts money. Under tlie National Health Service Ihe government pays doc- tors 18 shillings ($3.60) a year lor each patient registered in his office. The doctors want 35 shillings ($7) for each of the first 1,000 and a sliding scale down to 22 shillings (51.40) for up to 4,000. lieud Courier News Want Ads. RADIO REPAIR. 1 and 3-Daj Service on An, Mike 01- Mode! Reliable Workmanship Phone 2642 We Cat) For and Deliver Fred Callihan Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Sales Service 106 So. 1st. St. I Have At All Times For Sale several (ration and equipment, both uew and used 1 have Jeho Deere, Farm a 11, Ford and other makes- I now have new Ford tractors and equipment read> for deliver? at dealers' price. I will trade for most anything yon have. Terms can be arranged- See F. C. CROWE 1 mile south ot BragEadocIo, Mo. D.P.L. NO. 15 i COTTONSEED j Delinted, treated j and Sacked j State Certified | 85% Germination \ 1 Yr. from Station , A Ton or Carload! Also Good Alfalfa Hay for Sale Magers & Gill Dell. Ark. Phone 2272; for a family of five,) l.tinrlifoti: Macaroni and cheese panned coliard greens, fruit cup, tea, milk. Dinner: Codfish pudding, buttered beets, mixed green salad with cottage dressing, bread, butter or fortified margarine, ginger bread with cranberry sauce, coffee milk. CLOTHES ARE EXPENSIVE Do you "fat" Aem with t itrontj chemical bleach? or Do you bleach (hem with a lafe, natural bltach lilt.— Sold by Leading Independent Grocers, A A P, KroRer, Safeway, Liberty, ami All Chain Grocers. PROOF/S TKC/TH PtRK with Armocel WASHES UP TO 46° WHITER . . . WASHES COLORS 31° BRIGHTER j Here's proof beyond question from 1,218 washing tests. PERK leaves your whole Wash Whiter, Brighter! Wash after wash, tests froitii it on the Hunter Refleaomeicr and General Electric Spcctrophotom- etcr:, NSH> Ptrk with Arniml •washed whites up to 46° whiter colors Jl° brightct than any other leading type of soap. These was hingtcsts<z/.(oprovcd: Perk with Armocel cuts washing time cm-half.. .satis wit-third on soap. — ; THE OOUB "-ACTION WASH PERFECTOR Only Perk contains Armocel, Armour's exclusive new inctcdicnt that '• Ma9 " 61 '" 0 "' Pcrk wi ' h Ara >°«I d»« d ow Perl tc Watcr so i " " nnoc sc " prCVCntS fulurc E">' n « s - 2 - '"""in. , DC giV " d ° thcs * ncw s " nshl '" c brillianc. ldlan '. ^nn y mw whiteness, brightness in your wash. DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACKl - - you don't agree new Perk ' n the bc?t soap you ever r uwrd. ictur n t j, e unused V portion of the packa B < to < V. Armour and Company 135$ W. 3lrt St., ChiMsK , and you'll receive double the price you paid, p!u« FRESH CARROTS FLA ORANGES , GREEN BEANS CALIF LEMONS Frn/cn STRAWBERRIES 0 bunches II). 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