ram. SURPRISE CWCAEBS Carolyn Carney Box 71 Â· Prairie Grove, Ark. 1 pkg. (Â» oÂ».) cream cheese, ttfUMd 1 egg 1,4 cup sugar i tsp. salt 1 pkg. (6 oz.) chacolate chips S cups sifted Hour 2 cups sugar 1 tsp. salt Vi cup cocoa % cup salad oil 3 cups water 2 tb*p. vinecar 2 tsp. vanilla Combine cream cheese, etc, sugar, and salt. Beat n a t i l smooth. Add chocolate chips: mix well and set aside. Sift flour, sugar, cocoa, salt a n d soda in mixing bowl. Add salad oil, water, vinegar and vanilla. Mix until smooth. Fill greased cupcake pans % full. Top with a teaspoon of filling. Bake in a ISO degree F. oven 25 minutes. Makes 2'A dozen. Quick Company Soup DÂ«n'l let a liusy schedule overwhelm you. With a litll* imagination and a sapply of shelf-handy cans of chkken broth and honed chicken yÂ«u can create Inexpensive, quick and delicious meals tkat laok and taste entirely homemade. For a hearty meal-ia-a-dish soup, try Company Chicken SÂ«p. Oaly you will know that tkis eye-appealing treat started witfc canned chicken and hratb. The personal touches tkat make it your very own recipe are the ingredients you add, aad the colorful toppings yw serve with it. Crunchy additions -- crisp chopped ha- eÂ», diced hard-boiled egg. DESSERTS ICE CREAM Pauline Howard Johnson. Ark. fi egÂ«s 2 cups sugar dash salt 1 pint whipping cream '.Â·j gallon sweet milk 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 3 cups sweetened strawberries or bananas Beat ctfgs until l e m o n colored: add sugar and beat well Add rest of ingredients: m i x well. If the fruits are left out. and want vanilla ice cream, add 1 more pint of cream and two more eggs. Pour into gallon freezer. Use 1 part ice cream salt to 4 parts ice: frce/e. PEANUT BUTTER CIIEWIF.S Airs. Charles Brt Star IU 2 H l k i n s . Arkansas ] cup white sugar I cup white syrup Let come to a good Iwil then add 1 pkK butterscotch chips, stir t i l l dissolved, then add I'/j cups peanut butter (crunchy is better I then add 4 cups of corn flakes, enough to make stiff. Drop on waxed paper. AUNT SUSAN'S STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Mrs. A. O. Spaulding 633 Wilson Fayettevillc, Ark. '/ cup water 4 cups sugar cane 4 cups strawberries Using lage 2 gallon alumi- nium vessel, add 14 cup water and 2 cups of sugar, and boil until a syrup is formed. Add 2 cups heaping of strawberries, and boil 10 minutes, a rolling boil. Then add 2 more cups of sugar, and 2 cups of strawberries, and boil 10 minutes more, l^et set 1 minute then skim off foam. Pour into pyrex pans, and cover with sheer cloth. Let set a few hours, or over night, until jelled to suit then spoon into jars, and cover with paraffin. Ruth's Teacklag All Phase* Of Ounetotaf y For Further hfarmatiM DIAL 443-3K1 Northwest Arkansas' largest Collection of QUALITY CLOTHING FOR MEN m-en's STORE //Â»Vivn HILLS . JiiMJf U. Mfe lÂ«Â«f BANANA CAKE Florence McKee Rt. 2 Paririe Grove. Ark. Vt cup butter or oleo Hi cups sugar 2 eggs 2 cups flour 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon baking powder tt teaspoon nutmeg chopped Millions and cÂ»cÂ«sÂ»- ben -- cam be attend to gaesls ia a pick-and-ck**se manner that makes dinner more festive. Cooking time for the sonp? Only 15 minutes. Serve it with hot. buttered rolls, and you'll have a meal worth repeating throughout the year. ORANGE RING CAKE Croa Robbins Route 7 Fayettcville. Ark. 1 cup butter or margarine j e gg yolks 1 cup sugar 1 cup dairy sour cream grated rind of 1 orange Hi cups all purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 3 egg whites Cream butter and sugar, add egg yolks, sour cream and orange rind: beat until fluffy; sift together flour, baking powder and soda, stir into first mixture. Fold in egg whites which have been beaten until stiff but not dry, turn into oiled and floured Bundt mold. Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour, remove from oven and let set for 10 minutes. Loosen around edge. Carefully turn out. K teaspoon Â«aÂ» % cup butter milk 1 cup ripe maihed bananas 1 teaspoon vanilla .. Cream butter and tÂ«i*r, Â«M eggs beat well. Sift dry tarn- dfents together, fttr tÂ«tÂ« creamed mixture. milk, bananas and well, pour into greased pan. Sprinkle wit* t Â« Â» made from: H cup (inely crushed cornflakes % cup sugar 2 tablespoon butUr 14 cup chopped nutt Bake at 350 degrees tar Â· ' minutes. UNCOOKED CHOCOLATE HE Mrs. George Higgins Box 36 Webb, Iowa ' cup butter or margarine Â·' cup white gramrinted sugar 1 tsp. vanilla t eggs . . . 2 squares chocolate Pie crust Cream sugar and butter: add vanilla and cooled m e l t e d chocolate. Add one egg. beat five minutes with e l e c t r i c beater on high speed. A d d second egg and beat again for five minutes. Pour into a baked crust (Â· or 9 inches in diameter): c h i l l ; garnish with whipped cream if desired. Mm! Mm! Mm! Mm! Mm! An These Wonderful Recipes Making You Hungry! REMEMBER-THE ULTIMATE IN DINING PLEASURE IS AT ... HEINIE'S BLCNN HOWAKBt Â·WHEII My 71 Sou* STEAK HOUSE SniNGOAlE HMM 751-SIM WESTINGHOUSE 30" ELECTRIC RANGE NO MONEY DOWN UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY aaaÂ«Â»aaaaÂ»Â»Â»a^aaaa^^Bi^aaaÂ«Â»Â»iEm;a^igaaÂ»)aiÂ«Â«a^| oaanvfAH SERVtCE STORES \ 104 N. Eatt Â· Foyeneville Â· 442-6222 Â·MB!
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