The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 25, 1949
Page 14
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TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, I94f " Recipe Book Has 300 "Favorites Chicogoans Know D«ftt*rN Fir for Summer Sampling There are a lot of good cooks •found Chicago and they know their .sweets. Now, bound in green paper boards, you can find more than 300 dessert recipes. Ml ihe favorites of experts. The book is published bj* tlie Home Economics in Business Group of Chicago, cost.s $1.50 plus 15 cents for postage. address—Box 45?. Chicago, 90, 111. So let's do a little warm weather M nip ling among the frozen tle.s- Peppermtnl Stick Parfail (Yield—3 pinlsi One-half cup si.par. N cup \vnt- *r r 2 egg whites, fc\\ (trains Knit. 1 UII can pvaporaied milk ' 1 '2 3 cups), chilled icy rold. !i cup finely crushed peppermint stick candy. Combine sugar and water and bring .slowly i a boil. Boll rapidly until syvup spins a threac] C230 degrees F,>. Add salt to egR whites and whip until sMff hut not dry. Pour syrup slowly into eeg whites. Milkshake Is Healthful Cooler For Hottest August Weather beating constantly. Chill. Vv'litp; Milk shakes, C<H>! ri«ht now ml.Ik until very stiff. Fold in egff j the August hot weather, are one to briny up white mixture and candy. Pour at once into cr,ld f rep/ing trays. Free/e. FroF.on I.cmou Pi£ Three egg yolks, ^ cup sugar. grated rind of 1 lcmc-\ 1 J cup lemon juice, 1 can whipping cream. whipped. 3 ess u'hite.s, beaten, 4 to 6 vanilla waffcrs, crushed. TALL, FROSTY MILKSHAKE—Is an Ideal cooJer for the *'do« days"—nihil nourish uijr, too. The mare milk and oilier dairy \ spoons Inurm juice, 2 iahlospoons foods your family usrs, the fjeUcr j sugar. I :j cup chippL'ci ice, 2 cups '.vill Ijc their heutth ami alumina ' dulled tnilk. Mix In tit. juices and suuar am stir imtU sugar is dissolved. Add family's j ice and then tnilk. Shake vigorously or heat until weH blender and frothy. Strain into tall glasses way to briny up your dairy fond coti.siunpllon. Use fluid milk, evaporated milk or dry milk soiids fiocoiLsiiuiU-clK j They all nutriiional con: siituput.s needed iti Die average diet. \ For mixing a good milk shake, | use either a glass fruit jar with a .Combine egg yolks, sugar, lemon j juice in top of double boiler nndj cook until it thickens. When cool. I add the grated lemon rind. Add ; thickened mixture to whipped i cream. Fold in the beaten egy; ( whites, l.ine refrigerator freezing f tray with the crushed vanilla wafers (to resemble a pie crnsU. Add th* lemon mixture. Sprinkle lightly with additional wafer crumb*. Freeze In freezing compartment of refrigerator. cover, a milk fwilh a cap), a shiikcr or an e!ec- ] trie mixer—yon hiwe a wide choice J of equipment! Be sine the milk i.s 1 well chilled. If ice is u.^d, crack j it rather fine, and strain the milk I shake a.s soon as mixed so H mill j not be too diluted by melting ice, j Hawuiiju Milk Shake (3 In 4 servings) One cup chilled pineapple juice, 2 tablespoons orange juice, 1 lea- \\\\\\ H spoon till \vhipjjcd cream or with a sinal scoop of vattllfi ice cream (hotI optional). .Mucfui M sci vinss) Three tatjle.ipuoii* cocoa, '.i tablespoons stigar, 23 cup hot water, 1 table.spoon instant, powdered coffee, 3 cups chilled milk, 1 pint vanilft ice cream. Mix .sujjar mul cocoa, add hoi water and boil for 3 minutes. Stir in the powdered coffee and chill thoroughly, A (i cl milk and i c e cream and shake or heat until well blended and Irothly. Pour into tall glasses and garnish with a cherry. Deep-Fat Fried Vegetables are R/ch in Flavor Vegetables are quickly raised In:o the glamour! KB r class when deep- fat fried. HeoEdes giving attractive appearance, the crisp coating Rives added flavor to vegetables without o.slng any of their valuable vitamins, according to Reba Staggs, home economist. For deep-fat frying, sufficient lard to ewer the food 1: melted in A kettle and healed to 360 de ftrees K. temperature—never to the smoking point. At this correct temperature a one-inch cube of breac will In own in one minute. Most vegetables are first cooked then dipped in beaten egg and fine bread crulxs before deep frying. The eg« may be diluted with either a smalt a nun i til of milk or vegetable juice, Irish and sweet potatoes alike are surt'Rssfuliy frir-i. Cooked swee potatoes turn into feathery puffs when mashed, seasoned and wrap ped in marsh mallow before trying Another on the favorite lisf I asparagus tips. They should bt chilted in the refrigerator befor. dipping ici the CRR and crumb mix turn. Onion rlrips are soaked it milk foi- a short lime, then dipiir in soa.soiied flour and fried. Oihe inlrrrsthiB clpep fried vegetable int-lmie parsnip or carrot strip cauliflower flowerp(.s ( green beans CRR plant slices Rnri green peppc rings. 'ritish Consul Handle* J.S. Affairs in Canton CANTON, Aug. 25—'/Pj—The Brl- Ish consulate general in Canton esterday began representing Am- rican Interests In tills provisional apllal area. The action follow- official close I the American consulate general lerc—the oldest American consular fflce in China. The last batch of American consular officers motored to the »lr- !>ort and boarded a Naval plane ate In the day. They flew to the British crown colony of Hong Kong. TOP GERMAN? - Konrad Adenauer, prospective chancellor of the new West German Republic, will try to organixe right-wing leaders into a coalition cabinet. Adenauer's dominant Christian Democratic Party and other rightist groups won a sweeping victory in recent German parliamentary elections. GOP National Chairman Suffers Virus Infection NEW YORK. Aug. 25. W}—Guy Gabriel son, Republican national chairman, is .suffering it virus Infection of the throat and curs, 1m office reported yesterday. He is Genera/ Electric Cuts Prices of Television Sets SYRACUSE, N. Y., Anf. 25—UT>— Tlie General Electric, company an- nuonced, yesterday list price reductions rang six of its Get-Rich-Quick Plan Fails for 3 Youths JONESBORO. A u g. 25 —</Pj — Three young fai riui.s near have from $30 to $70 on ! tomo t° th c conclusion tliat there lower priced television i ls no shortcut to success in this seU. BiBt'f-st cut was on n. floor model set with 12'.-ii inch lube which was r e cl u c: ed from $360.95 I o $'29 9.95. Price of smaller table .set with a 10-5ncli tube was dropped from $259.95 to S'229.95. The lis price of the company's cheapest set was cut $50 to $189.95. List prices arc recommended retail prices. j city. 1 Thev hnd busine. dreams of opening a s here next .spring, I mowing huge liuvns and vacant lots. ] 'Hie only equipment they needed i was 'a power mower. They got it I,Sunday aud put it away In a hayloft for next spring's business boom, Officers say the three men tok the $500 mower from the Frisco Railroad yards—without the owner's permission. All three have been charged- with grand larceny and have admitted theft, ol the mower, I which Wfls hauled away on officers added. wagon, confined to his suite at the \Vnl- doi f-Astorln Hotel. Gabrielson cancelled a scheduled broadcast tonight at the Rppiibll-! can stale committee'A School of | Louisiana's state flower I* the Politics at Hamilton College. | magnolia. Jellied Meat Salad Saves Homemaker Hours in Kitchen Preiurlng jellied meat salnd Is one good waj> tn save homemakei's from long hours in the kitchen. This substantial main dish can tie made early, .stored In the refrigerator, and b« ready tor » meal Ht any lime. Leftover roast is Ideal for jellied salads. Home Economist Reba Stages further suggests cooking the less-demanded cnt.s of beef, veal, pork or In rub for salarts. These Mils are lower in cost but as nn- trions and tnsty as many of the more demanded clll-i. • S<> that the meat will be lender and juicy it, is simmered In water to cover. When cooked and cooled, the fat and bone are removed anil the meat is ready to be cut up for gelatin combination with fruits or vegetables. With the (Mtditton ot bite si?* pieces of beef, tomato aspic can be turned into slaisfylng main fare. The salad is made In either well oiled individual molds or In one large rlgn mold. When nnmoldert on crisp lettuce, potator or cabbage salad fills the ring. Chopped celery, cookert peas and carrots go well with any meat. Prnils are especially appealing iith veal ami lamb. Mayonnaise not only goes on lop of the sslad, but it ran be the Ungy basis of the plain or flavored gelatin mixture. UMW, Operators Halt Coal Talks Jill Sept. 75 WHITE SUU'HUR SI'IlINOf W. Va., Aug. 25. liTi— After anotlie hour of fruitless rhil-chat. t h United Mine Workers am! Nurllicn and Western coal operators cnllo another halt today in thr-lr ncgo tiations on a /lew contract. They wiil resume Sopt. 15 th conferences Ihat have nmv bee going on here intermittently fo more than two months. That was' the complete sum information from two tlr-s of meetings which resumed Tuesday. . At BluefieM, W. Va., BO nrile.-i away. Southern coal producers and Ihe UMW met just long enough lo fix Sept. 14 as the date for resumption of their contract talks. FREE IRN-EZY Coupon <Kuilyhuak BLUE IRH-EZ SAVES I MAKE* Take this coupon to your Grocer and he will give you ONE l*kg. IK.X-EZY FREE u'ith the purchase of ONE Pkg. KUTTYHUNK BLUING Mr. Grocer: Vi't < coit «( >our [>OIIJK« i, car um muii be filled i aiiiling iht coupon i here:. i •> [ht retail price plus i tw>nu> 1 to ui. The correct «nat aumb«r t 1 of Oo« Ceni for kindliu, pUj it» riaf oa th< bottom of >our IRN-E2Y DIAMOND, McDONNEIX & CO. S.anon "O" Phil.. 23, Prtuu. •' V«*r Cr,,J.aihtr ,*j DIAM OND fnjutis—Si,ti I til" Tl;e ciLy of nnhuque. la., was named Hftcr tlie French-Canadian trader Julien Dubufine. HELD—Chief of Police U-.ster M. [ Taeiihut 1 of Fort Wayne. Ind. nn<t j Allen County Sheriff Harold S. Zeis! •aid that Franklin Click i above). 30- ! year-old celery farm worker Visd' confe.^sed to the slay ings of three Fort Wayne women who figured in the case of Ralph LobiMigh. now under death sentence. Tlie officers said Click confessed stayings of \VII- heltnina Haaga. Anna ku?.off and Phyllis Conine, (AP Wirepltoto). | tostjr tasty tasty lasty tasty t n ' ty lasty tasty tnsty tasty tasty \ tasty tasiy tasty tasty tnsty tn PURE PORK SAUSAGE' Is seasoned' JUST RIGHT! Enjoy thii fUvor-rlch goodnest for breakfast, or supper. MIMMUl PACKING CO. '&ipccd Beautiful Floors Sour \\omt can be made M murh more lovtly wilh beautiful fltmrs. Charles Wuad of- ftrs y#tf etpfrl workmanship Ml trill? rr-UJtonatile prfcfi* . in rttiiiislilnjr, rnur present H««rs or in laying now hart- wood, asphalt or ruhtnn tlte. • r Inlaid litioTfum Cfttl 2^72. Frt« Estimatea Charles Wood Ark»ns«s Pa in I Co. I'hone 2272 for a meal ihai's a money-saver serve Mayrose frankfurl quails ^& »«'"?1S < SSXSff** QWOU St. Louis Independent Packing Company 'ACICltt Of HIGHEST OUAUTY MAVBOSE MEAT POOOOCT5 Check These Weekend AT DAVIS & STRICKLAND GRO. & MKT. l.amb CHOPS 69 Leg O' , LAMB 69 SHOULDER 49 Blue I'late, vac pac lins COFFEE ,,,49 (;,ade "A" EGGS ctn. 49 C Fresh—LIMA BEANS , 15 I'. S. No. 1 Large Mich. TOMATOES ...,. \\'hilc or Yellow ONIONS 3, 20 (iolclen Delicious CANNING S1S15 APPLES 1 Firm Green Heads CABBAGE Ib While Fresh EAR CORN ea3i \\ hole or half Reelfoot HAMS 59 Lean, fresh, GROUND BEEF u,39 Tender, Small PORK CHOPS I.b. 55 C (iood Oualily HKKF ROAST 39 Lean. Tender CIAJB STEAKS ,1.49 Delicious LEGS Alex* CHICKKN !'ure. Kirm LARD Tony DOG FOOD Allen Hich Grade TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Cans DAVIS & STRICKLAND Grocery & Market 309 North filh Sheet Phone 500 n froer Our Slip is Showing Any slip in commodity prices shoe's up almo«t immediately on Kroger stor« shelves. Aj soon « our buying prices come* down, we reduce our selling price. Our 67 years of clone-to-iost' selling have proved that low prioM are u good for us M ther a« for YOU. BUY 2 AND SAVE ! BUY 3 AND SAVE ! 2 2 2 2 No. 300 Cans No. 2 Cans No. 2 Cans Cans CAMPBELL'S 2 i'i 27 1'itvk and Beans KIDNEY BEANS 2 Joan of Arc • GREEN BEANS Standard CORN Avondale TAMALES J)erhv SAUSAGE Star Vienna PORK & BEANS 2 Kroger PEAS 2 Stnmlarri Fresh Blai'keyes RiCE 2V I'ackers CATSUP 3 BEANS Standard Cut Green 21 PORK & BEANS 3 Standard 07 POTTED MEAT 3 * § R»se No. 1 Cans Ifi-oz Cans No. y Cans 31' 39' 23-oz. Cans No. 2 Cans Ib. 'kg- 2 1 1-07. Bots. « lc HUNT'S 3 01 Tomalo Sauce EVAP MILK 3 Kroger Pure PRESERVES Kmbassy I'each DOG FOOD 3 Hi-Life GELATIN 3 Kroner JELL-0 3 All Flavors 30 C GUM 3 All 5c Varieties WALDORF 3 Toilel Tissue 25 S-oz. Cans Cans 3 2-lb Jars 1-lb. Cans I'kgs Pkgs 2 2 in-o/. Glasses 1'kjjs. 2 80 ci. Pkgs. 2? 31 C IT 23 C Rolls FLEECE Toilet Tissue TOMATO Eagle I'asle DOG FOOD Standard JELLY Moll's Apple LIPTCN Kvoslce Dcsscrl NAPKINS \Vhilc CORN MEAL Cream White. ICED TEA Kroger Special Blend. PEANUT BUTTER c,69< TREET Kroger Magic Mix. Armour Star. BUY 4 AND SAVE ! T Rolls 4 fi-«* Cans 4 Mb. Cans 25 C 29 C 19 C 19 C 35 C 1UU 23 C 19 C 25 C 10 C 25 C 33 C 42 C 23 C 25-lb. Bag '/i-lb. Pkg. 10-lb. 'Bag '1.15 SUGAR Pure Cane ' 49c GREEN GIANT Pure Cone Granulated. No. 303 con l\t Tender Sweet Peas. 12-0*. con PEACHES 2 Calif. Beautiful Freestone Hales APPLES 2 Crisp Red Jonathans PEARS 2 Fresh Golden Bart let I CAULIFLOWER Top Quality Colorado Mountain Grown POTATOES 10^48 U.S. Xo. I Washed Red Triumphs Lbs Lbs. Lbs. Head - . Lb. I.b 57 C 32 C 29 CHUCK ROAST Lf.S. Graded Good or Choice 25 SHORT RIBS Be 0 , U.S. Graded Good or Choice 25 C FRYERS Lh . 19(9 Farm Fresh Dressed 19 C SALT MEAT E S lh 19 Streak O' Lean—Center Cut Lh. 27c OCEAN PERCH Fresh and Tender • Lb. 39

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