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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 12, 1949
Page 12
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*AGE BLYTHEVrLLE (AHK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1949 Bride's Lunch Easily Prepared Entertaining Needs Careful Planning On Part of Hostess A Double Secret For Crisp, Tender Waffles Is Shown By Cicilv Brownstonp Associated I'ross Pood Editor If you're planning a ]unclic<m for a friend who's about to ho a bride, choose a menu thai you can prepare ahead of time so you can enjoy Ihe party. Creamed chicken or seafood newlnug In pal- ly shells can be wailing in (lie kitchen to be served with buttered asparagus; for dessert a bowl of fresh pineapple mid strawberries and maybe a miniature bride's cuke. Or serve the chicken or seafood on loflst and then have the pastry iu llie form of the wonderful strawberry Chiffon. Be as formal as you like In your table setting, with your finest litien. china and silver. If there are candles on your table at this noon mcnl remember that tradition decrees window shades be drawn. Strawberry Clilffon Tie Ingredients: For Crust— 1 cup silted all-purpose flour. '1 teaspoon baking powder, "i teaspoon suit. 1>3 cup shortening. 2 lo 3 tnblc- sjwons ice water. For Fillins— 1 envelope unfavored gelatin. '1 cup cold water. '•<! cup boiling water. 2 cups strawberries (hulled and washed), \ cup sugar, 2 egg whites, '.', cup siisnr. '•; cup whipping cream. 6 whole strawberries. Method: For Oust—Sift toselhcr flour, bnkiug powder, and 14 teaspoon salt. Cut in shortening with fork or pastry blender until It Is In bites the size of peas. Acid 'ce water a little nt a time, mixing only enough to hold ingredients together. Place douRh on lightly floured board and roll to about one-eighth-inch thickness. Line a 9-Inch heat-resistant glass crinkle edge pie plate. Allow pastry to RX- lenri about one-quarter Inch beyond top edge of pie plute. Tuck pastry under so thai It just come to top of pie plate and press pastry Into flutes of pie plate. Bake in a hot (425o P.) oven for about 181 minutes or until crust is brown. For Filling—Soak gelatin in "1 cup cold water for abut 5 minutes. Add boiling u-aler and stir until gelatin is dissolved. Crush strawberries and add three-quarters cup sugar. Add this mixture to gelatin and. chill until it begins to thicken. Beat egg whites until fluffy; gradually beat In one-quarter cup sugar. Beat • one-half cup cream until thick. Fold egg whites and whipped cream into strawberry gelatin mixture. Pour into baked pastry shell. Chill pic until firm, about 4 hours. Whip one- ; half cup cream( sweeten if desired), i and garnish pie cream and whole strawberries. 6 servings. There's a double secret to rrisp, tender waffle.s, poinis out Ilelm Stagg.s, well known home economist. Her first tip Is mixing the bat- tor until It Is Just smooth —and no longer. She follows with the second suggestion of using Ihc right amount, of lanl—3 tablespoons lo each cup of flour, llui| l.s, if there Is no chocolate or cream in Hie butler. In this cuse, le--s lard Is needed. Most waffle bukr-r.s require about a minutes "warming up" time, but for batter containing molnwe.s, chocolate, chewe or fruit a little li'.v time should be allowed. To sprinkle a few dro]w of cold water on tin 1 grids. If the water ImhWfs. then llir baker s.s ready for Ihc batter. Made with varying InRredlcnts. wafflc.s are all the more fun lo serve, say." Miss Slaups. Either pork .sausage or b;icon go well wilhrbei'.se waffles. Drained whole kernel enr'n added to the taller makes an waflle to serve with creamed dii-i'd ham or broiled tomatoes and Iwco'i. With a hend Irlluce salad and :> fruit dessert, the menu Ls complete. Waffles lake on n definite dessert air with the addition of chocolate chips or chopped dried fins and with B topping of lemon sauce. Oinser- hrend waffles nre a Brand choice served with either whipped or a hard sauce. For- a special sundae, she suggests pouring creamy fudt-e sanr.e over ice cream on brownie waflles. Or serving hot "short-cake" waffles with strawberries and topping then with whipped cream. Briton Finds Flower's Name Almost Profane LONDON KIV-A nature 1 writer In the highly proper !/>mion Timc.s noted witli a sllshl sniff that "the older botanists believed in calling ?. spade a spaiir." Por NutiMi reudei.s to wnom "bloody" is a nauRhty word, lie wrole: "I Ivivo olfended a lady by telling her Unit a pretty wild flower, mowing In tn«.sM's on Ihc cliffs, was blood-red cranr.sbill would perhaps have been more wise." entire damaged area hu.s been rebuilt. Read Courier News Want Ads Cleanup after Indian Riot Is Slow Work AMRITSAR, India W) — Tills Inat Punjab city is still clearing up debris left by communal rioting two years »go. Crews have removed nearly 9.000,000 cubic feet, of rubble from streets and houses inside the wailed city, 40 per cent of which was damaged when Muslims and Sikhs fought each other. Th\is far $330.000 has been spent on clearance work. Approximately 200.000 refugees have been rehabilitated in Amrit- sar. Officials estimate another 50.- CCO will be accommodated when the AT WHOLESALE pRlCfS KILLV'S fLOUR Tbese i /IrW/lL**-for (Jour jit»-<ju^j'j»j •*tt+n r ^ *••* w?T T ~r i ' r - i 'ir'*'»^v ^"*7 -'^ wf ^ / ' ves You I The Kroger Cut remove* excess bone and waoto before the meat and priced. RIB ROAST ib. U.S. Graded good or choice. GROUND BEEF Sr^r .» 49 SLICED BACON We're Proud of the Quality We Sell You SHU MEAT „ 25 LUNCH LOAF Streak O'Lean Pickle-Pimento FRANKS ,149 WHITING Armour Star, Skinless tillets 59 C 59 C Abros SS" Pickle-IMmento or Macariini-Checse II). „, 49 29 C :jlor tender, !• slice* of goodnwf wRfoP Frying Chicken ib 59c 1949 Farm Fresh—Full drawn—Pan Ready. We also feature 'em cut-up. You can depend on )hs quality of rich, fine- grained Ever-Good Ham. Enjoy thai fragrance, that tpecial, hickory- imolted flavor. Male« thrifty leftover dishej too. Serve Ever-Good Ham. Ask for it ai your dealers today. On Your Shopping list Jack Sprat- 151/2 oz. cans PORK & BEANS . ZforISc Grand Prize EVAP. MILK . 3 tall cans 33c Get a French Harp FREE with CHEERIOS . . 2 boxes lor 33c A treat for your children CRACKERJ ACKS... 3 lor 10c By the case, Jack Sprat ICECREAM POWDER.doz.ISc Chuck Time Vienna Sausage. 2 cans for 25c KROGER FLOUR In 1'rinted Cotton togs CORN MEAL Honeysuckle White PURE LARD Firm White HUMKO Dainty Cooking Fat KROGER MILK Pure Evaporated TAFT MOODY Jiffy Bag Free With Ice Cream Purchase COCA COLAS The Pause That Refreshes SUGAR Pure Cane Granulated 25-!h -195 Bag I 25-lh. -115 Bag I l-lh, Cln. Ctn. 63 C 3 2 Tall Cans FRED WARING formed a 4-man band at Perm State College, which grew into today's famous glee club and orchestra. Tune In NBC. Case Plus Dep. 89 c Green Giant Peas Bag Fresh Sweet No. 303 Can PRINCE ALBERT Smoking Tobacco MIRACLE WHIP Small -IAc SaUl(i Drcssing Can IW MAYONNAISE l\t I. 63° Short Shank Morrell Hams. i or whole 59c Short Shank Winesap AMMIP.P n ir APPLES • • 3 |b ^ 45c PICNIC HAMS . . . Ib. 39c Krcy's Mello SLICED BACON . . Ib. 45c Tender, Home Dressed HENS & FRYERS We Close ICvery Wednesday At 12:00 Noon CITY SUPER MARKET 109 West Mom Street 4 Deliveries Daily Phone 2668 POTATOES U. S. No. 1 Washed New Reds TOMATOES Red Ripe Slicing Quality GREEN CORN (•'rcsh Sweet Yellow Tender GREEN BEANS New Tender Stringless BANANAS Top Quality—Kroger Ripened STRAWBERRIES Top Quality—Home Grown 10 2 D Ears Tubes Kraf( VELVEETA Kraft Cheese Food PARKAY Kraft Margarine «' TREET Armour Star 35 ICED TEA Kroger Special Blend 2-lb. I.uaf Mb. Cln. 45 C 25 C TOMATOES Tumbler k No. 2 • cans No. 2 can 29 C 10 Standard Quality ENGLISH PEAS 2 9Q C Standard Ibs. t-9 PORK & BEANS 2 29 -— Kroger 15 CORN FLAKES 2 8P k« 29 C Kellogg's 35 SKIM MILK 2 ^, Qt. Cloverleaf

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