The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 26, 1949
Page 14
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PAGX FOUKTEKtf BLYTHEV1LLE <ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 26,1949 Breakfast Time Monotony Gone Horn* Economist . Recommends Use Of Meot Varieties Vary the menu from day to day mud breakfast will seem the Important meal that it is, says Reba Stafg*, home economist. To help nuke these changes, there's a wide •election of meats just right for •arty morning menus. The sausage family make a big contribution to breakfast. Well- browned sausage patties or the little sausage link* are tasty served with browned ptneaple rings or combined with French toast and applesauce. Coutry-style sausage, cooked In one piece or cut into individual servings, also (its Into breakfast cooking. Like the patties and the Individual links, it is placed In a trying pan with two to three tablespoons of water, covered and cooked until the water evaporates. The cover of the pan is then removed and the sausage allowed to become nicely browned. The fine smoked flavor of Ca- nadian-stive bacon, which Is cured bonless pork loin, makes it Ideal for breakfast appetites. It Is cooked exactly liked cured ham slices, either broiled or pan broiled. Miss Staggs further suggests Interesting breakfasts that am be emsily planned around ground beef or lamb patties, hash with poached eggs, panbrolled luncheon meat. him or bacon omlet, broiled lamb or veal kidneys, broiled sweetbreads, liver and bacon or creamed leftover meat served on toast or baking powder biscuits. Missouri Senate Gets Swimming Accident Bill JEFFERSON CITY, May 26. (/I 1 )— A bill to cut down the number of drowning* at Swimming beaches on rivers and lakes was introduced in the Missouri Senate ysterday. It would require every beach to have life saving equipment, including a boat, life ropes and one Mfe preserved, for each ten swimmers. Violation would be a misde- ineanor. "I bellere this bll! will have some Hves," said its author, Sen. Hartwell O. crain (R) of St. Louis County. Expert Stresses Proper Cooking Of Variety Meats Actually little time Is Involved In cooking brains, sweetbreads nnrt liver, but tlie proper preparation of these choice variety meats Is extra Important, points out Reba SlagKS, home economist. Brains and sweetbreads should be pre-cooked nnd placed In the refrigerator Immediately. Before cooking these meals, they are washed In cold water. Simmer brains or sweetbreads in water in which one teaspoon of salt and one tablespoon of vlnt'gnr is added for each quart of water. After ccoklni; —alwul 20 minutes—the water is drained and the brains or sweetbreads dropped into cold water. Any membranes should be removed. For delicious serving, pre-cooked brains and sweetbreads can be dipped In melted butter or 1 margarine niwj broiled, or they can be clipped In egg and crumlw, then fried In deep hot lard. They arc equally tasty served hot in a sauce or served cold In a vegetable snlftd. Liver has a great assortment at preparation methods. For an unusual dish, Miss StngKS suggests leaving (lie liver In cue large piece, then braising it— brown nncl cook in a little liquid in a covered pan. With a slice ol bacon placed over Hie liver to provide added fat, veal and lamb liver can be broiled. Liver is also delicious when cut in long, thin strips and fried In deep hoi Inrd or when Rrounil and formed into palties or loaves. Publisher Is Granted Continuance in Row Over Electric Service WEST MEMPHIS, Ark., May 26. (If! _ The of I 1 . K. IPcle) Coughlln, co-publisher of Hie weekly West Memphis News, was continued by the city court yesterday until nest Wednesday. Cousblin was charged with "drawing a deadly weapon." Walter Rimer, City LlB>H »'"! Water Department, employe, accused him of threatening him with a shotgun when he was sent to disconnect the current at the News' plant because of an overdue bill. Rimer started peace bond pro- cedlngs against Couglilln yesterday. Coughlin's brother, J. O. (Jack) Oou^hlln, said the whole incident had been "stretched out of proportion" and wa-s being pushed because of a political animosity between the newspaper and the city administration. Jack Coughlln said his brother, free under $1000 bond, will Plead innocent. Power at tlte plant remained shut off, Jack Coughlln said he had set up an emergency generator to keep the plant's electrical equipment working. Read Owner Neva Want Ads. Atomic Radiation Used To Measure Snow-Water WASHINGTON— Ifl't— A new USD for atomic radiation Is a remote- control means of determining Hie potential water supply from mountain snow. Government scientist sixld the automatic method opened up broad possibilities for otitalimii Rdvnnce knowledge of such wnte resources in nreas where mountnh snow is a factor in planning [an operations, flood-control, water con servation, and the maintenance Hydro-etccLi'ic power. The technique involves placing radioactive material on the gromi before the snow season starts. Oeiger counter Is poised above th ground. The more snow prcssur the weaker the radiation rcachln the counter. The counter gives out audib "clicks" wtilch can then be Iran, milled automatically by riullo observers at a point far remove from the mountain. COUfOMS onJ IMIJUCnONS PACKED IN CACH SACK r,I/-. rid. ;w t'V **>> di,".**.!-^ IWM.I.M . . . iltO K iTt it IIOIlEIITIf Tl t H It Mode by Buckey*, Pi'fo- ra1«d top lei* rfripp'ngi !n- Bottom fan Ideal for baking. Oetaill with Kell/l Pride Flour. StTlfUlsT 5TIH KITCHEN KNIVI1 20 CAMfffA ReaT vglut <n oil m#tol boN camera. Tare* t'«er, full ill* 3!'*x3!i piclu'M en flanda/^ 130 film. Detail* In »ch <o[L of Kill/. P,id. Flouf. 1C » A S I ! f~ Irg tinif«. Pol/ifrino liand- leiWhilandlioiwalei. Di. lo.l, with Kelly'l Plirfe flour. IASCO.IIX PLASTIC TAILE COVIt Soil, pliablt, liwivy, non fwlt#rnl. On* p'4c«. /I fiiii Flour. loovei, fowl. No rnor» of> gning o-ei lo boilv. Aula» ma'.c. Ho burned hand 1 * no mor. 1oil ol O.*r* r,*oV C»taiU Mith Kcll/'l M<i« HUSKY ELICTIIC lANtlKN Good fo< a lifellme of itrv k*. Throm bright, 600-Foot with banerio. Derails In • ach tack ol Ktlly'i Piid* Flour. ALUMINUM GRIDDU TOASTIR V»i *ri*ot coV«», cer V«,, «i c . Cr.lli , 0 nd 10-incK Q^iddW It «aiy i» clian. 0»loili with K*ll/l PritJt MOORE BROTHERS Hlehwuy I8 West, Blylheville r, j n ijTT, ir^- ' 1^U UI i°, r-'-T^-ir •~'' v t-- 1 -,- i -i —^-'T-~( ' •.! liXLTlC-!' •''•'•;. --J^?]f^^ "~ ' ' ' " - PORK & BEANS Kroger. Picnic value. Packed in new economical size. WINDSOR CLUB 2 a..,. "" CHEESE 21 Wisconsin 'cheese food, for sandwiches and sauces New! SMOKED HAMS WIENERS-BUNS Kroger-Cut full halves. No center slices removed. Better value. Shank 1 A - BuM Half - - - Ib. 59c Half IB. I Whole Ib. 55c One pound tasty, tender wieners, pkg. of 8 oven-fresh buns. JJ: leg BOTH for 65' RIB ROAST ,,63 SLI BACON ,45 CDYIKir U. S. 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Av plastic FIG BARS Kroger Pkg 2S C TUNA N °* 30 SPOONS 2 ,, 25 Standard Grated Plastic Those Who Served Monday America whites the men and women who served in defense of our country in all wars, and honors the memory of those Americans who did not return. We join in a hopeful prayer that their lives, lost- in the struggle for peace, were not given In vain. Coffee 1-lb. Bag 40c Iced Tea Vi-lb. Pkg. 49c KROGER Spotlight. Hot-Dated. KROGER Special Blend. -FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES- WATERMELONS - - ib 5c Guaranteed Red Ripe and Sweet ORANGES 5 VT 49c Juicy Florida Field Peas 2 > 29c Tender Well Filled, n YTOCICV \ j POTATOES 10 U.S. No. 1 Washed Long Whites. Ib. Mesh Bag 69c

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