The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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KU1DAY, MAY 3, 1<MG WATHUVILI.E (AUK.) COUHIER NKWS PAGE FIV1 Strawberries Ever Popular Extension Specialist Finds Flavor Makes Hit With Food Lovers. Tlie evcr-popnl»r strawberry I., hero ciynln. It may lilusli with pride, bul there i.s a rensuii. It is immntcliccl for flavor. Wlictlicr the housewife is prc- iscrvlng strawberries or serving them fresh, here nre n few pointers offered by Miss Blanche Rundolph, extension specialist In food preservation, to help save color and flavor. '•\Vnit iinllll you arc ready to use berries before washing them," Miss RHiulolph advised. "To wash the berries, place them in a sieve or colander and let (lie water inn over them. Cup the berries after they are washed. Berries which aie clipped before they are washed lose some of their juice. Use n teaspoon for capping." Freezing is one of the most popular methods of preserving strawberries. The methods commonly used for freezing are the dry nugar pack anil the sugar sirup pack. In tile dry sugar pack, sugar is adried to the raw berries, whole, .sliced, or crushed, the University of Arkansas College Agriculture specialist explained. The sugar nnd berries are mixed until the sugrr is dissolved. Then the berries are packed. Berries packed by this method are good to use for shortcake or over ice cream. In the sugar sirup pack, the raw, whole strawberries are packed 4-H Club Leader Sells Calf Show Champion Grand Prairie Gets Help With , Water Problem STUTTGART, Alk , Muy 3. <U1>> —A group ol United Stales enul- IU'ITS from the district office at Memphis will benln Immediate sillily of Hood control mid tvrlgn- Iliin of Arkansas' Grand Prnlrte. Col. u M. nnrloe, district eiislne announced yesterday. Marine's unnouncemcut followed 11 hearing In SluUi;arl. where fin mi'is and business men asked more wnler for rice Ininiiliun because of the nipUl lowering of the wnlei t'i'l in the urea. While nclmlllliiK Ihal the final solution is wllh the cnRtni'ei's, Marton rji-lst of Utlle Hock, oonsnUhiR 1'iiiiliu'rr for the Ornucl I'rnlrlo Development Association. .sugROs three methods of proreeclure foi solvlni; the local problems. There were: <11 Heiidwnler reservoirs ol llayou Melo wllli excess flood wal ers pumbed In to the Arkiuisu: lilvn; i?i An improved channel fo Hie sirrain; <'.i» A oiinnl frotn Hnyi>u Melo lie white Klver to allevlale flood .'U conditions of (he stream. 'upils Get Information )n Tuberculosis Causes I.UXOIIA, Ark.. May :i. tUI 1 )-Irs. C. Cl. Ktidmnn of Ulyllu-vlll", hurlman of the Tuberculosis As- ill last That good looking hunk of hoof shown n hove sold for 50 cents per pound wcck'.s South Mississippi County <I-II Cluh I'';it Calf Show and Side in Oswohi. Wnyne McGinni.s, holding the chain, wold the Grand Champion calf to Faber White, manager of into cartons ami covered with coki t' lc Missc'o Implement and Hardware Company of Osceola, shown inspecting his sirup. Bevvies packed by this nietli- 1 otl hold llieir shape and arc good -served plain as dessert. j "Canned strawberries are good, too." Miss Randolph said. "For best results not over two quarts of berries should be cooked at- one : e. Try this recipe. Add onu- hiUf cup of sugar to one quart ot berries. Let the bcrrtcs stand u few minutes until some juice is drawn out. Put a few" berries in :i pan to heat. Crush them so there will be a small amount of juice. Then add the other berries. Cover the pan, bring slowly lo n boil, then skim. The berries may be packet! immediately iiito hot "sterilized jars and processed in a hot, ~~ water bath, pints and quarts for Head Courier News Want Ads. 15 minutes." The berries are less likely to float, the food specialist said, if they are allowed to cool, remaining in R covered pun over niiUu. They should then he packed cold int,o sterilized jars mid processed in a hot water balli at simmering temperature for 30 minutes. The revised Extension Circular No. 283. "Methods of Preserving Strawberries," can be obtained from county extension offices. "V. Ijives information on freezing and canning strawberries, and recipes for jams and preserves. Group Captains Report Before 4-H Club Group A meeting; of (be Flat Lake 4-H Club wiis held Wednesday with Lorenc Wilson presiding. She also led the group in singing. Reports were given by ihe following group captains: Lowell Pul- tcrson. cotton captain, reported six; Fred Abbott, corn captain, one; and Pcgjjy stallings. poultry cnptnin, three. The following program was given: The 23rd Psuliu was read by Pegisy Stnlllngs. Lowell Patterson nave a poem. Fred Abbott gnvc an animal story, and a trio composed of Sherry .lean limns, lleanton Stalling*, and Betty Lou Grant enleiiatncd the group with singing. Miss Cora l,ee Coleniaii, home demonstration agent, judged the pot lifters brought by the girls and a III Mississippi County,' merit »n> re»t u prevenUtt*« tl _ | niesdiiy afternoon showed « muvle ' contricUng tukefcukiei*. to-U* H-^ —• j of the »-»ys of spiCHdlnn Tubcrtu- nchool student* in'tt losls mid the proper CHIC of a tu- School kduitoriufc. borctilnr iia'.lent. She iilso gave an Instructive talk on the necessity of prcj)H!r nourlsli- Head Courier News Want Ads, int,' imllelln. "Hew and Save." M'tts given bl.orene Wilson. \V. O. Ita/^lbaker, assistnnt county iigcnl, discussed -1-H^clnb diMn- onstration re(|Uireinenls and awards. 9*1 at .... G£6 Liquid or mild LoxaLlv. and Inl.rnallv • • pa or S<ilv« l>«gin« to taM and courjhinq AT . make* it ennior lo breath*. t- WoiV> Ci.nl an i wnlu ta| rali.li.J million*. ill J.u.j, r.l n., M ™h» compare re«ulte 's whni Ji anioinus to i\licn you gci your equipment back from us after a check-up and overhaul job . " the knowledge thai every job you »urr wilt be finished with no unneccutiy delay No, the premium you pay iso'c big and it gives yoii'"the 'best possible protection on your tracior imesnucni, for a lay-off of your equipment adds up ui important loss in your food production program Wissco Implement Go. OSCEOI-A Von will save all the way around by adopting our regular service check-up. You Will prevent trouble, you will save tile cost of m. breakdown *$ against a timely td^ustrnent and your rrtcior will give jrou ihit dependable performiocc that ravins satisfaction and profit. Oiir" ScrVice Shop has the men, methods, and material to keep your equipment in perfect working order. They have che "know how" too b«- cause they arc f.Ktory trained. FLOORS REEINISHED New floors Laid and Finished. Make Your Old Floors I-o«k New—Modern Sanding Equipment, Used. Call •!«» for Free Estimate Deal's Paint & Wallpaper Store Paints, Wallpaper, S/afs-O-Wood Awnings IH So. First -We Clean >nd Vax Floors" FhoM M» DELTA •- NEWS Published I!y The DelU Implement Co^ Blythevill* Vol. 4 Friday, M»y We delivered ;i McCoiTiiick-Deering fi2 R Combine to .1. B.; and K. H. bugger, \vbo live south of Manila, tliis week. We also delivered IICL- to the , . ivered a 2 row, ..Dixie Cotlon. Cho|)he E, H. Ciee Co. of . U^llipville. j . ' - '' ' For several wijeks •now^n'c have hecn out of tviiclor pug tiintjv ,hnr^(i\vs, liut we shouUi have a .small .4hijVincht in by the lime Uiia article goes to press. \Vc hoi>e. We are Now Contracting for Crowder and Purple Hull Peas Delivered Price in Pods *65°° Per Ton Biylheville Canning Co. Inc P.O. Box310 Blytheville, Arkansas We Are Also Buying Crowder and Purple Hull Pea Seed SPECIAL NOTICE l''ARMKj{S—here i.s your opportunity to learn how yiiur i)«'ti farm repairs can h« dune by weldinjf. A Farm WeldinK Clinic will be held at the Delta Implement Company, ,'!12 Soulh Second Street, lilylhevillc, Arhansiis, Monday, May 13th from 1:00 to 10: 1>. M. This i.s a free clinic—4io obligation. See acfual farm reimir jobs being welded. Free \veldiiiK instructions given hy capable ex- pcrls. A full day of interesting demonstra- liims and instructions on everyday farri welding jobs. See how easy the MiirqucKc Farm Welder i.s to operate. Learn how it would .save you valuable time and money. Vocational Directors of O. F. Farm Training 1'rojjrams are particularly invited to brinif (heir classes and attend. DI Gene Klconian of Manila lias the following equipment for sale' John Deere pick up baler, A. C. Combine, McCormick-Dccring side delivery Rake, John Deer hammer mill. Jloward rerkius, of Manila, ha« an HM 221 cultivator and an IL\I 100 Planter with fer- tilix.er attachment for .sale. Thc.se implements fit either Farmall H or M tractors. Kichard Faughl of Koulo 1 Klylbevillr, Ark., has an A Farmall with the following ci|ui|imenl for sale: IC> inch breaker, middle buster, cultivator, disk, harrow, and combine. GOOD CONDKIOH PAYS! GIVE rouit 1HACTOK A CHECK-UP NOW! rotru USAff INSTtAO of ' *r Wv'^jf %?$?'j',*l' .n'rjA v t* 5 :<4M?'si' ' ' k '/'• 7' i*^*nr* \ : f • :"-,V.t*,.. $*V"4 1.57 "Rlverilde Malo" thick, sure o''P thread. 2 cord piles. 26x2.125 In. Balloon Bik«Tub«. . . i^Xc cotwri It iq. ft, Keep cooler Ihli summer, mve fuel nont wlnler wtth Rock Wont Iniufution. It's easy lo Irululll MOUSE PAINT CUT-PRICED I 296 uFinoit nny surface in 1 co.ill Bii(jhl, iluiablo flnhh wo-dct ot^ily. Gallon ....'... 'I Itrt SaKn-Lik* Enam*l Reduced! 94c Use in tiny room of your homol 1 cool covers olinosl any calorl V/ashnble! 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