The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1949 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 23, 1949
Page 15
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THURSDAY, 3UKT, 29, 1949 KUTHKVIMJ! (ARK.) COURIER KKWi PAGE pples, Onions lavor Chops Tomato Sauc«, Cabbage Served With Meat Balls BY GAYN'OK MADDOX NKA Stiff Writer idd flavorful ingredients lo your tvorable pork chops and Ihe re•ill be something very special . folonlil Pork Chap* (4 iwvlnts) lix apples. 1 large onion, sliced, tablespoons butler or fortified irgarlne, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 p beer. 4 pork chops. ?are, core and slice apples; add ion. salt aiut pepper. Plate In ased casserole. Melt butter or ii-garine, blend in flour; add ;r all at once. Stir constantly til thickened. Trim fat from rk chops. Place on ' apples and Ions. Pour beer sauce over sll. ke In a moderate oven (350 grees F.t 1'i hours. Special Meat Balls (8 servings) ' me and one-naif pounds ground 'I, l * pound ground pnrk, I stale broad crumbs. 1 egg. - ispoons salt. '< teaspoon pepper tablespoon grated onion, ririp- igs. 2 tviblespocms chopyjix lion. 1 tablespoon drippings, 2 1 ;- ps tomatoes (No. 2 can). '• cup ked mushroom pieces. '» cup ed pimiento olives. 1 bay leaf. 3ombine meat, crumbs, egg. soiling and onion and mix oroug*hly. Shape into balls, own in drippings In heavy skil- Meanwhile-, combine ingrecli- i for sauce and simmer about minutes. Pour off excess fat n meat balls. Add tomato ice. Cover and take In moder- » oi'en (350 degrees P.> one or simmer on top of range, rve hot with wedges of cooked bbage. Mrs. Eis/er Deported In Bitter Mood NEW YORK, June »• '*!—Mn. Gerhart Eisler »as deported lf> Europe yesterday, bitter «t immt Bialion aulhoritte« who denied her permission to leave voluntarily. "I would have preferred i nicer way to leave the United States," she said as she walked to an American Overseas Airline plane »t Guarrila Field. '•I think I was treated unfairly I won't hold it »g»lnst the American people, whom I love »Jid admire very much." f fecfek C*-Op« • Mjuouri Mutt U«* *mti» Value in Attesting The Polish-born Mri. Euler, ou bail for overstaying • visitor' permit, was arrested »nd sent tn Kllis Island May 13. Her husband described as the top Communis In America. » short time befor had jumped $23,500 bail and caped on the liner Batory. He now is in tiie Russian Zone in Germany CRT, Junt a (*> —Prof»rtjr ot mr»l •toetric eo- o0«*Uv«i U tubjwt to taxation by tounllw ind should to utewed iceordinc to tht euh value, the •ttorn«jr »en«r«J'« office ruled yw- wday. Th« opinion wu by AsaUlant Attorney O*n*ral Robert R. Welborn. It.wai In reply to a request by Homer f. Williams, prosecuting attorney of Bellinger county. Williams said Bolllnger County authorities *'are having trouble with the Black River Elec. Co-op Company" over assessed valuation QJ their prooerty. Up to three years ago, tilt coinp any boldincs in Bollinger County were assessed at W2.000, William Atkanvan to Attht niMCM* Sportsmen LJTOX MOCK, Juna ». (ft — Walter Meoane, agent In charge of the Federal FUh and Wildlife Service In Arkansas, hai Deen appointed to a three-man board to Interview personnel for the new Tennessee Game and Pish Department. The highway system in the United Stales is estimated to be worth about HI billion. said. Since then Ihe assessment has been decreased to 125,000. This was brought about b.v the co-op's argument that it is financec by tiie federal government an< in many counties they are not assessed at all, Williams said. Some peoples refuse to eat meat because of their belief in the trana- mlgratioB ot soula. Oreek Ojnak* )«< «»«• somewhat similar to those of sally Christian hern its. CflREYi MORE THAN 1,924,000 GRAINS TO THE POUND IXTIA RIPINID ' CAREY'S CARRIES THE FLAVOR SUSPENSE Every Thursday Evening WREC 8:00 JOHN MILES MILLER CO. Di.ttriliulor of Auio-Ute Spark Plug* Eight firemen Injured In Waterfront B/az» WASHINGTON. June M. (Ft— Eight firemen were Injured or overcome by smoke yesterday In a fire that swept through roo! sections of municipal fish wharves along the Potomac River. File Marshal Roy Warfield tentatively set tne damage at between S25.000 and »bO,000. most of it from water that firemen poured into a rou- of waterfront restaurants. hand. She said the man yelled, stopped and car and she and "Sally" jumped out. The man escaped. oclcer Spaniel Defends tall Girl from Elderly Ion With Evil Intentions CHICAGO. June 23. I/PI— A Cock- spaniel was credited today with Lving a nine-year old girl from ad- Lnces by a 80-year old man who, plice said, forced the little girl and • dog into his car. |The girt, Jacqueline Thompson, i waJking near her grandparents' with Side home last night with br three-year old dog, "Sally." She lid police the man pulled her in and forced her and the dog get in. n he made improper ad- nces to her, Jacqueline told offi- Ira. "Sally" bit the man on the CIGARETTES THEY'RE A FAVORITE MAIN DISH AT OUR HOUSE ... Limit 4, each 4 Lh. Ctn. . 3 Cans 24° O O/.. Can 10 'aaer- @nalfy'a/eat/»0fas Assorted Flavors JELLO Pure LARD Hi Lift DOG FOOD Green-White ASPARAGUS Maxwell House-Folders COFFEE Hunts No. 1 Can FRUIT SALAD 25' 12 Count MARSHMALLOWS ,,, 10 Large Box SUPERSUDS 25 C Sailor Man HOMINY 3 N c^ 25 C I Lb. Can Packed 8 to 10 lo the pound, they're all "Dinner- Quality" meat! Tender beef and juicy pork! Buy them in the package marked SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRANKS. That way you're always sure lo get the same high quality and delicious flavor. took for your dealer's special display of Swift's Premium Franks in the flavor-protecting pockag* ...... $1.87 DOMINO SUGAR ... 10 ft. bag 93c Salad Queen SALAD DRESSING ..... Qt. 35c Shortening SWIFT JEWEL 3ib.can69c Woodbury SOAP ., . . . . . . . 4Bars29c American Beauty TOMATO JUICE . . . . 46oz.can19c Seven-Up (OCA-COLA Case 89c MEAL On HE WEEK . . . Brown Gravy WhoU Potato** *k all oped Tomato^* Frozen Fnirr Salad (R.cip. Ul«r) d Owt»r4 ItrdTe '/. Frozen Frurt »olad R,,,aJr*«l Jmttf IX, 1949 » Tn Minr V; i«.»~ f* '«V.f. >hin 1 '/} «V" d i"!S .m <h<.v lr»« r.<t...|- p bonl.J 2 r«..p*^i« U« Del i\lontc 4K O/.. Can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 2i 25' Coffee Shop COFFEE ,.,, 41 e Assorted Klavors JELLO PUDDING 3 *,«, 25 e Hein/. CATSUP t^ Chill milfc uncil ic« cold. Pin chtt« inio bowl. Siir in wUd dre«ing *nd wit. mi.n>R «•>»! imoolK. Fold in fruit Whip chilled milk "ilh cn.d rotary bc.vtr until fluffy. Add irmon juice; whip until stiff. Fold into rnm mi«liir«. i-'rtcze, without llirrinc. in ldetc t«mp«ratu«, or in » , old buti«d in mixture of J P««« cruihid ice to 1 pan ici «k. Ma]u> 4 mn^nfi. pineappW caai pear,, p,«*.|>cJa, UMM'OT a Minn of tb~. f™« fa. W — ^J rf -~«- Pet Milk can!2c Canned Fruit Cocktail . .can 23c Salad Dressing . . pt. 25c SOAP 19 C Mar-Onlrl OLEO LI). Roll PORK SAUSAGE 35 Fresh Dressed HENS ,h 55 e Fresh Ris r er CATFISH ,h 63 C Fresh SHRIMP u 5* American Oeam CHEESE , 2 u, BO, 73* Sliced CudRhy's \\'itklow BACON Mod« FRESH DAILY in Swift's kitchens . . . from Coast to Coast!

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