The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1951 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 4, 1951
Page 8
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pretty Party Lunches Possible with Lobster When planning your menu for a bridge or bridal luncheon, you want & main course that Is party pretty. Lac; lobster 11m bale* make a tempting picture on your party table—and they UsU *ven better than the? look! Tirobale* H cup *tf1«d aH-purpoM Movir * teaspoon sali 1 pg«, beaten 1:2 cup milk 1 tablespoon melted margarine fat or trying Mix and sift together the flour ind salt. Combine the egg, milk, »nd melted margarine. Stir the t%'o mixture* together and let aland for 30 minutes or unttl free enough from air bubbles. You will use a Limbale iron. The frying fat must be ^rteep enough to cover the Iron completely. Heat the fat to 360 or 370 de^irecs F. (or until a cube of bread browns in one minute.) Heat the limbale iron in the fat; remove, drain lor a moment, and lower about two- thirds of its height, into the batter. Lower the battcr-coverQd iron straight into the fat and try to a light brown. Drain. Loosen the shell from the iron and drain oti absorbent paper. Thii makes IS to 20 timbale cases, C«*amed Ixibster t tablespoons margarine 3 tablespoons flour Vi cups milk call pepper 1 teaspoon mustard I cup cooked flaked lobster Melt the margarine. Dtcnd In flour. Cook without browning. Pour milk In gradually, /stirring constantly. After mixture thickens, Mir occasionally and cook 15 to 20 minutes. Season. Put the lobster into the sauce about five minutes lie- fore serving. Serve hot In timbalc.s, Garnish with pieces of canned pi- rn lento. This mixture makes 4 to fi RervIngs. Serve hot cereal to your family brisk morning*, to provide energy, iron for red bloori, and the] B-vilamiiw. The milk that's taken with the cereal also mako.s a bis contribution toward an adequate diet. Oyster Eating Days Are Close Sauce for Favorite Seafood No Problem, Just Use Catsup (By Associated Pr*wi) Oet ready for good oyster eating. Reports Indicate that Ihpre's a fine crop of thta succulent seafood ahead. Don't fumble when it comes to making a snort snuce to serve with IhiU oyster cocktail. Use c h!H sauce or cntchuji lor the—<3e- jiemlUiK on which you prefer and enliven It with lemon Julcr. prepared horseradish, Worcestershire and Tabasco sauce. If you want to fcive your snuce a special touch add a little finely grated onion pulp and juice— just ermuRh to tease the pal- ato. not overpower It. For a cocktail that's a little different, combine oysters with other .seafoods. Here's a>,suERestton: Put an oyster In the bottom of a sherbet Khi/y;, add a layer of plckecl- ovcr crabmcat, then hung two good- looking pink shrimp over the edge of the glass, Garnish with a .sprig of parsley and a wedge of lemon and pas.s the cocktnl! sauce. If you want to serve oysters as the main dish for supper, here's a ivay oT combining them with shell marnronI and a delicious cheese sauce. Sca8heI! Casserole ngrttlicnts: i pint oysters. 1 cups uncooked shell macaroni, H cup butter, 1 clove garlic, % cup flour, milk, 2 traspoon.s salt, V t tea-spbon popper, 2 cups grated Cheddar cheese, Method; Drain oysters, reserving liquid; cook macaroni according to directions on package. Meanwhile, melt butter In a saucepan. Peel pnrlic, split In half and brown In butler. Remove from heat. Discard garlic. Stir In flour until smooth. Gradually add up to 1 cup oyster liquid plus enough milk to make 3 cups. Stir until well blended. Return to low heat and cook until thick. Stir In salt, pepper, anrf grated cheese until cheese !s melted, Mix in cooked drained macaroni. Pour Into buttered 1 - quart casserole, Make a well in center and pour in oyster*, Bake in moderate (3,^0 degrees F.) oven about 30 min- utc*. Makes 8 to S servings. Food Prices Advance Again Six-We*k Decline Ends for Nation NEW YORK, Oct. 4. MV-Wholf- sale food prices mr-a«lred by the Dun & Bradstrect Foot! Index fi'i- vanced sllghlly tliU week for the second week In a row, following six weeks of small declines. The Index edged up U> J619 TOJII- parprt wllh $8.78 week and wa.s 45 per cent above Ihe $6.50 of a year ago. The Index rnnrocnfji the total ccst at wholesale of one pound each ol 31 foods In general use. WARNING ORDER In Ihe Chancery Courl, Clilrki- awba DIMrlct, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Fraukle E. Fired, ptf. vs. No. 11,332 Karl need. nft. The defendant. Karl Reed, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Frankle E. Heed. Dated this 27 day of September. 1951. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Sykes, D.c. Percy A. Wright, Attorney Jor Pit. H. G. P.irtlo'A'. Attorney Ad l.ilem. l'o'4-ll-13-25 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1951 Doctor Says (Continued Irom page B) what treatment should be undertaken. Q—I have a seven-weeks-old baby boy who was born without much coloring in his eyes and no coloring in his hair and a good pink skin, The doctor tells me this Is albinism. I am most unhappy about this. Please advise if there is anything at all that might he tried to correct the condition.—MES. D.L A—Albinism Is an inborn or Inherited condition In wlileh plpmtnt 1» lacking from the skin, hair aurl eye,. There In no way ol causing Ihe pigment to develop In thc-si areas. The boy'i skin will have li '•" "rotecleil from too much sunlight Jest he burn spriously; also his • , cs may have to be protected from io-brh;ht light. Most albinos get along all right If they us* reasonable precautions against sunlight and other bright IghU. The children i>f albinos usually have normal coloring unless hoth parents are lacking In pigment. Q—Is the use of peroxide helpful or harmful when dropped in the cars for a slight Itch or fungus? —C. w. M. A—Peroxide solution of proper strength may he useful In some Infections or conditions of the ear canal. However, there are several kinds of Infections which may involve the ear canal and It will save time and trouble If proper prescription I* chosen by a physician who has eiaxnlned the condition. COMMISSIONER'S SAI.E NOTICE is hereby given that Ihe undersigned Commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawun District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 15th day of August, 1851, wherein Pem- iKcot Lumber & Supply Company, a corporation, was Plaintiff. No. 11.511, and John E. Hargctt, Mrs. Beulah Hargct, et al. were Defendants, j will sell at public auction to the j highest and best bidder, on a credit of three rai months, at the Iront door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, in (he City of Blytheville, Arkansas, on the 17ih day of November. 19S1, the' following real estate, to-wit: I Lot Three (3). Block Seven <1>. Country Club Drive Addition to the City of Blytheville. Arkansas, with all appurtenances thereunto belonging. 'Said property Is also known as 810 Hardin Street.) • Said sale wilt be had to satisfy Judgments in said decree as fol- j lows: $450.20 and costs for vendor's ! lien In behalf of H. H. Houchins; JB.360.25 and costs, deed of trust indebtedness Pcmiscot Lumber &i Supply Company; $439.46 Judgment Jon open account Pemlscot Lumber 1 Supply Comany. $500.00 of the purchase price wilfbe retained In I the payment ol such purchase mo(he registry of the court pending ney. determination of an alleged claim of Kemp Whisenhunt. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property \as additional security for -j. WITNESS my hand and the Mai of said Court, on this, the 3 day of October, 1951. Harvey Morris Commissioner In Chancery Held and Roy, attorneys (or Ptf. 10.4-11-18-25 ^ lee wean? fioldenHoyal Golden Royal ICE ClIEAM Yes, here at last is the fatil ice cream you have evec eaten . . . new Golden Royal French Ice Cream. When you taste this thrilling new premium Creation, you will recognize at once a supcib HcnJ of the finest ingredients money cjn buy. Loads of eggs and cream, and outstanding flavoring ... ail are combined to bring you the utmost in taste-satisfying enjoyment. Your Midwest dealer has New Golden Royal Ftcnch Ice Cream in your four favorite flavors . . . vanilla, chocolate, strait bccry and butter pcun. Treat yourself.. . treat you; fanjily—bring some home today I MIDWEST DAIRY PRODUCTS CORPORATION Div.ifon CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION ^ ) 0^@^>Jg>^'>^> > ^^5 ; ix^^J^?^ Ecuador has vast untapped timber resources. R1CELMID COOKS BEST! Always Tender, fluffy White! The best cooks always use genuine Riceland^ 0 "-" because ~" For best rice cooking results Nationally famous food economists and food editors praise the corMQSJ ualit y of «*a Sv^fJ The World's Most Delicious Rice! LUTTRELL'S Corner 6th & Chickasawba "WEEK END SPECIALS" $ $ DAYS $ $ 4 "1.00 Hunt's Peach Helves, No. 1\ can PEACHES Del Monte Crushed, No. 2 can PINEAPPLE - - - 4-1.00 Adams 46 oz. can ORANGE HIKE--4'SI Libby's 46 oz. can TOMATO JUKE - - 4 SI PEAS8<°'$1 No. 303 cans SCHOOL Armour Star, cello pack SAUSAGE 2 lhs . $1.00 Armour Slar, cello pack WIENERS 2 fc $].00 Fresh, iron-rich PORK LIVER 4 , te $1,00 Hunt's M 07. bottle CATSUP 7 ,„ 51,00 5 Lbs. Sugar FREE when you purchase two 2Mb. bags of guaranteed Shibley's FLOUR 51.S8 per bag Snowdrift Pur« Vegetable Shortening 3 £. 89<z Home grown TOMATOES Ih 140 Kentucky Wonder POLE BEANS lb 200 Home crown TURNIPS & TOPS , )ch 140 Knllard BISCUITS , t! 100 AT GATEWAY STORE Tender & Delicious FRYERS A Real Special Valite This Week At Eberdt's! PER LB. 49 C FRESH PORK BACK BONES-ib.9c FIRM HEADS LETTUCE-2 heads 19c FRESH, GOLDEN BANANAS--ib12c CHUM, No. 1 Tall Cans SALMON--can 39c JACK SPRAT Sal. Dressing qt. 45c No. 2 Can, ARMO Slrino Beans-lie JACK SPRAT No. 2 Con KRAUT - - can IOC FOR PIES Cherries No. 2 can 20 C DEL MONTE Peaches dried-pkg.25( MOTHER'S BEST WHITE KARO OATS - • - pkg 43c SYRUP--bottle 19c Prices Good Friday & Saturday! EBERDT'S GATEWAY STORE 2101 ROSE STREET TELEPHONE 3161

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