The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 28, 1949
Page 13
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THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1 !><)!» (ARK.) COU1UKR NKWS PAGE THIRTEEN Salad Techniques Aifect the Meal Cold Ingredients Are Chilled, Bite-Size A Pieces Preferred May 7 to Mark 25th Birthday Of Child Health May 1 will mark the 25th annl- veL>:iiy of nationwide '' C h i 1 d Day" (National Baby Week i mis from April 30 through May 7.) Spring means salad lime to even peistm who lias donned flat shoes and old clothes and sone seal-clung lui- tender dandelion greens. Salads, of course, have become an Important part o( menus rrgnrd less of the season. But the salad made from fresh suriiiB and sum inei- vegetables and fruits have RI nut-of-this-world goodness that stii 1 both aupcntUes aiu! imaginations It Isn't necessary to have recipe for most salads. Arrange a comb! nation oE chilled fruits or vegetable attractively on salad ereens, or mi before plncing on the greens Add an appropriate dressing—and (here's a salad. Salad Techniques Everything about a cold salad should be cold. Chill the ingredients . and chill the plates. Wash salad pieens, drain them well and store in the refrigerator until needed. A covered enameled vegetable pan will kcco greens and other salad vei!- elables and moist. Cut salad ingredients into bite- M/od pieces. Break the stiff miuribs of lettuce and shred cabbage finely lor ease and handling Drain fruits thmoimhly before putting then) into . the salad bowl. ,t» Make salads attractive in nppear- ' mice. Use colorful ingredients and arrange them to take advaiuafic of the colors. Mix Can-hilly U ^the salad is (o bo mixed with dressing before it Is served, add the dressing at the last minute. A sood way Is to prepare the salad ingredients and place thorn in a glass-on- stcel enameled mixing bowl. Put the bowl in the refrigerator to keep the salad cold. Then, just before serving, add the dressing and toss lielilly. Far in anniversary tlicme this yciir the U S. Children's Bureau Is thmkim-. in terms of parental re- anri practical community service—or to state it simply. "Make children happy, physically strong and emotionally stable." Oj-vlnusly to make children happy is no part-time diversion—tills Is an ursoiit call to parents to offset today's "what's the use" attitude by d I v i n g their impressionable young the security of a happy home. Appeal for Health In a May 1 anniversary statement. the Bureau tmkes this appeal to parents and communities: "It's a good time for each of us to pledge to make this the healthiest year in our child's life. The first tiling you've got to face that it's a bip job, and one thai parents can't do alone. They need help from other people— from their nelRliobors. their communities and their stales. Ask yourself these questions: "What does the community offer in the way of recreation facilities, so Hint your child ran have a safe i place to play? Is there Rood Information on nutrition on tap?" Good nutrition Koes hand in hand with happy, heallhy. normal growth. May 1 puts the accent on the year- round welfare of nuv millions of future citizens— on the importance of I lie food that is to affect their development ill years to come. The world produces about 800.- OOO.OfX) pounds of tea a year, of which Great Britain consumes about hair Congressional Club Cook Book Coaches Readers on Protocol Protocol is something you ciuf: lit. Bui at oltlclal dinners lu llu> national capital, protocol Is more Important to most guests than the menu because protocol determines who sits ahead of whom. The third edition of The Congressional Club Cook Hook, just Issued, uives the lowdown on the vexing social problem ol protocol n, well as favorite recipes of Mrs. Tru- ninn, wives of cabinet members ami Supreme Court Justices, wives of governors, the diplomatic stall and of senators uiul representatives. Lack of space prevents a careful tudy of tills significant publication of our American eating habits. In case you want a copy, try your local bookstore. It costs $3.75--a lair enough price lor mi inside truck as to wtiHt nuikes irtir legislators ad the wny they do, Hi'inenibi-L the adage siill stands-tell me what you cat and I'll icl) you what you aie AAF Recruiting Districts In Three States to be Consolidated Next Month TUI.SA. Okla., .-.prll 28-Kl'i- The Oklahoma. Louisa LUI and Ark ansas Army-Air Force lei-ruiliui ilinricts will be combined ivrx month with headmiarlers nt l.itll Quick Pineapple Pie Mouth-Watering Dessert It saves time to bake ati extra pie shell whenever you nmk« a pie There It Is a dny or two later uheu you need something for dessert mid haven't much time to spare. If [lie family Is fond ol pineapple land who Isn't', try this quick trick of turning a can o' crushed golden pineapple into n mouth-watering lite In just two shakes of the proverbial lamb's tall. ()il(i'k IMiH-uiHitf He 1 baked pie shell 18 inch) '2 tablespoons -cornsiar li '•j cup granulated sugar 1 .- teaspoon salt 1 No, 3 can crushed plneappl* rj'i cups) 2 ei!« yolks Combine cornstarcll. su^nr and alt In a ulass-on-sleel enameled saucepan. Add pineapple and cook stirring cons.antly. until clear and thickened. Add the beaten egg yolk* which have been mixed with » llltlr of the hot mixture. Conk lor oni inluule. Cool and pour into bve< pit 1 '^hell. Over with whipped ereair just before serving. Kock. Ark., It was reported hen yesierdiiy. The Tulsa Tribune said 11 wn H'haljly Informed tlie-consolidaiioi an economy move, will mean widespread deriease tn i ei-niilin 1 staffs and slutiis of slanonv • ••••• Grade School Students On 'Strike' Charged With Delinquency SPRINC.FIELD, Mo.. April 28 (.-PI —Delinquency charges were filed yesuviay against 11 students who have been on "strike" at Sherwood Grade School near here in protest over the disiiiLssa! of a teacher. The parents of the youngsters •and the teacher. Miss Mary Rie.h. also have been subpoened to a juv- enik court hearing next Tuesday , ifmornrr.s Juvenile Officer David Woodrii'f said he believes delin- qiiencv charge? probably will be filcu apainst five more ol the striking students. The pupils left their classes on April lii when Miss Rich was notified tl.ut her teaching contract would not be renewed next year The strike lias continued off and * on since then. i The lx>ard has refused to say why Miss Rich has not been rehircd. She ha; charged the board had only "I'tisonal rea.sons." She teaches r the five upper grades at the eight- grade school. All but six of the 27 students er.iolleri il'. her classes returned to school today after it was announced t!^= charges had been filed ;.^a:nst them. FOR YOUR VERY OWN this beautiful silver plated JlUY in brilliant crusader pattern GIMRANIUD . fhe^Pen-Jel Corp. . Kqn*o» «»y 8, Me. 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