The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 14, 1949
Page 12
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?AGB TWELVE BI/iTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Doctors Stress Good Breakfasts Key to Good Day S«*n ot Nutrition At Morning Meal Ready-Mix Cakes Improved By Rich Fudge Frosting It's no trick at all to satisfy the _ UtnLly'.s desire for cake now that there's such a variety oi Rood, easy- (o-iuake cake mixes »Ji grocery store shelves. | But to many people, it's the lus- ' clous homemade icing that makes If you went to your doctor and the cake Meil for example, me asked him: what can I do to make ten better day for my family?, to one he'd mention a daily tjond breakfast as the first nnd most important key to a good momhiR. Here i.« " what three distinguished health authorities have lu say about breakfast: "Failure to get 'off 10 a good start 1 has lost the race for many a thoroughbred. For Die humim being it Is a handicap which roiis even the hardiest individual of his maximum opportunities, "A good breakfast is as important to economic and odal achievement as It Is to health," William S. Ciroom. Director of Health Education. Public Health Federation. Cincinnati, Ohio. A Rood breakfast is essential because the interval between the evening meal and breakfast is usually the longest ]»Tiod of the twenty- | lure four hours, without food. It is PS- , ^ penally impmtunt in children since i an inadequate diet is moM hmmful | during the jirowih period. A in^l- ! nourished child is not capable of [ co nee tit rated work for morn than 1 an hour wti limit ovpr fi»li«i:e.'' I 1 E. H. Srhoenlmg. M.I)., Health ' ^ Commissioner, County of Ha mil- ] ton. Ohio. i partial to a rich chocolate frosting such as the Creamy Chocolate Frosting recipe given below. But many women hesitaie to attempt a boiled icing because they find it difficult to cook the mix Line to just the nght cuiisi.steiicy. One of the simplest solutions to use one u( I lie new candy thermometers which are designed peciatly for making candies am boiled icings. A reliable new cand; thermometer is rmtdc of non-orcak- abLe stainless steel. II has a round clock-like (ace on which the cooking temperatures nre indicated I large black figures. An adjustable I damp fastens tile thermometer securely to the tMljje of the cooking Here u- the sine way to make a chocolate' icing, using a candy Iher to indicate when the mix cooked to just the righ ( rt-amy CiiocoUt '1 cups granulated a onnct'.s i.smiai unsweetened 1 mble.spoon white corn syrup 8 tyaspcxm sfilt •'3 cup undiluted evaporated milk 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 tt!ii.s|joon vaniila extract "For manv ivasom bretiktust \& I Combine sutor. chocolate, rorn the most important meal of t | 1P j\vni]i. snlt sind milk in deep sauce- day. Without an adequate break- i I 1H »- Clump stainless .steel candy fast, it is very difficult to meet \ thc-rmometer to far side of the pan the daily food requirements tut [ " good nutrition. The habit which i TJiermome* ers many persons have developed of i /iermomeiers eating no breakfast or a very poor one results tn fatigue, irritability and lessened efficiency. A yom! breakfast every day is one o/ the important tfood health habits we should all practice." John M. CulUgan, M. D.. Hn y County Medical Society. Minnesota. That is straight lalk from people who know what, they are talking • bout. Do you kruiM 1 what a good breakfast is? It's a meal that coil- tributes from one-fourth to one- third o( the day's food values first thing in the morning, A simple way to do r •• is 10 serve a basil- breakfast of fruit, cereal, milk, bread and butter. Using this as » guide, the food.': within 11 may k be varied hi kind from mornlngi to morning, but one of each of ' the foods in the basic breakfast i must be served dr.ily to meet the' goal of °:eUmp from a fourth to • third of the day's nutrition at j the morning meal. 1 Tn the basic breakfast the quick | mid easy main course is a serving ! of breakfast cereal with milk and' sugar. Yet this speedy breakfast j main course brings nil this nuiri- I tlon at a very thrifty price: protein! of high qunlity. important amounts! of vitamins including those of (he j B complex, essential minerals nnd food energy. When It's as ensy «s this to foster (he good t»-eakfnst habit, no one need miss an appe- tising- and .strengthening morning men I, Start your family off to n good day every day with breakfast. For Modern Kitchens PmeticHl newcomers to modern kitchens are thermometers matte entirely uf .stainless .steel in.sti of i lie con vcn tionni mercury-titled glass tube. Included are deep fnL frying ihremnmelcrs, candy and jelly thermometers nnd roast. nient thermometers. Distinctive in appearance, the new thejmomelers have round. clock-like face's .senled with large ])];ic:k figure, 1 ; for quick and ea,=>y reading. Besides the temperature markings, there nre guides to cooking fonds to various stages of "donenesa.* f '*^tl Features of the candy «nd deep fat thermometers are adjustable cli|>s for fastening them to the eclfies of pans. The meat thermom- | eter has n pointed 'stem which' | can be pressed directly into the j meat without the need of using a skewer. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1949 so Ihut Rtem Is slightly off bottom nd is Immersed At least two inches n mixture. B\i\\ mixture to boll. ter but do not stir. Cool until thermometer registers no degrees F. (lukewarm). Remove thermometer DUCK THE HEAT WITH f. (soft ball stage) Remove! Ls the right consistency to spread, j hem immediately. Add but-I Makes enough for two 8-Inch layers. QUICKIE MEALS ! MAN! WHAT PLUMP, TENDER FRANKS ...THE BEST I EVER TASTED! 3//your/Ovofrfe &fatto!?/... ; ftr KOOL KfTCHEN Packed 8 to 10 to (he pound, lliey're «ll "Dinner-Quality" meat! Tender Wf and juicy pork! Buy them in the package marked SWIFT'S PRKMIUM FRANKS. That way you're always sure to get the same high quality and delicious flavor. Look for your dealer's special display of Swift's Premium Franks In the flavor-protecting package good J?ead Cotii-ler News Want Arts. Made FRESH DAILY in Swift's kikhens from Coast to Coast! Nepco, in salad oil Fresh, firm meat Sardines 3 fiat cans 25c Cantaloupe - ib.8c Pints . . . doi. 65c, quart size Golden Ripe Fruit Jars - doz 75c BANANAS - 2 ibs 25c 10 oz. pkg. Puritan Home dressed Marshmallows 18c Hen$49c-Fryers59c Soap Powder Streak-O-Lean TREND - 2 boxes 35c Salt Meat - - ib 22c No. 2 can lOc, Moyfield Home-made pure pork CORN - 11 for $1.00 Sausage - - ib 29c GITY SUPER MARKET 109 West Main 4 Deliveries Daily Phone 2668 S5KS! TREET -Armour ARMOUR 2S' MVl 39 e Vientui S»usaj>c Van Camp's KROGER 2c'!r23 c 5YRUP I'ork inn! Means J ' l »*'l Oiooso from Kroger's widr assoitmciit of easy-fix foods for cool "ftnickie" nicab. Boat Hie hoiil. and beat the cosL of Hving too. with Krogec's famous everyday low prices on al! your favorite ailvcrlisccl biatuls. DONALD SEZ= "H£r (JANG, HERES THE ANSWER TO A QUICKIE* BREAKFAST'" 51 ' KELIOGG'S CORN FLAKES 2 ^ 29< 4V PEP ir 15* RiCEKRISPIES2*,.29< C||r*AQ Pure Cane 25-lb. *} 4(\ J \J\Jt\t\ granulated. Bag £ \/ KROGER FLOUR "&"° ™, 179 farm Made Pure Cane — Louisiana Gal. ABROS Shank Half c SMOKED HAMS * 57 12 to 16-lb. average—Butt Hoif Ib. 59c RIB ROAST II. S. Graded Good nr Choice SLICED BACON President Hrand SALT MEAT FRYERS , „ 59 V-Afm Fresh Dressed—Tray Packed WHITING Dressed l.h. 2 Lh , 25' T.hs. GREEN GIANT PEAS No. 303 Can Packed Hi the Kleeling iMomcnl nf Perfect Flavor MARGARINE Kroger Kafmore HI HO CRACKERS Sunshine LAYER CAKE Kroner Two -Tone COFFEE Krnger Hol-Dafed Sjmtlighl PINEAPPLE JUICE Del Monte PEACHES AVONDAI.E Sliced or Halves SUGAR PEAS Standard GREEN BEANS Avomlale Cut KROGER COOKIES Vanilla or Chocolate Towne Taverns ICED TEA Kroger Special lilcnrl WHITE CORN Cream Style « l-Lb. Clns. Lge. «ftc OU Ea. 59 1-l.h. «c Hag *ll •tli-O?:. Can 2 No. 2 y t Cans 2 No. 303 O| r Cans L\ 2 No. Ca 4V z -Oz. Pkg. 20 C PUFFED WHEAT 2 25 PUFFED RICE , 15 Buy 2 pkgs. Quaker Puffed Wheat or Rice. Mail the 2 money back guarantees from pkgs. with name and address, Kroger Store address, and price paid, to Quaker Oats Co., Dept. EC, Chicago 77, 111. Get full price and 3c postage back. HOT ROLL MIX 29 REALEMON IM 21 FRUIT JARS ,!!:: 65 Kerr— })m. Qts. 77c JAR CAPS Kerr Mason PARAWAX For Dealing 19 C Ha Hard's or I'illsbiiry's Juice WATERMELONS Guaranteed Red Ripe and Sweet. CANTALOUPES Top Quality guaranteed Vine-ripe Sweet. POTATOES If] U.S. Ho. 1 Washed Calif. Whites. | ^J 100 Ib. bag . . . Each Extra Lgc. Size Each 79 19 CAMAY SOAP IVORY SOAP Ib. Bulk Kraft Bag 49' 470 LIFEBUOY SOAP ss

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