The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
Page 11
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEW* PAGE ELEVEN Home Economist Suggests Gravy Variety Needed for "Top Trio"; Gives Homemaker Glory Sailboats With a Dairy Cargo Valuable to Children's Party wlio can boast, at good gravy arc usually popular cooks In this land where meat, potatoes and gravy are considered a top trio by many iicoplc. To add even more glory to the good gravy maker's popularity, Reba Staggs well-known home economist, suggests a flavorsome variation— celery gravy. Celery gravy is of two type! .brown gravy winch Is usually served with beef and Jamb, and cream gravy is more commonly served with veal and pork- Gravy makers know that smootl creamy gravy isn't a "good luck' result. Good gravy is a result following correct proportions as li the following method for makin brown celery gravy. Cook li cup diced celery in 2 tablespoons of meat, dripping imlil lightly browned and -tender Add 2 tablespoons of flour an brown in the fat. Follow will on cup of liquid in the form soup stock, water or vegetable j Let the gravy boil from three t Some G/s May Get Insurance Dividends Before Christmas When aftT-sthool parly five minutes, sjirring constantly.: (caches youngsters zaod eating Season and serve.- I habits and increases their happi- For cream gravy, briskly boil die- j 1)C5S a i, u, e salll c time, that's a ed celery In water to cover until parly to make mo ti le rs grateful, tender. Add equal proportions of; Let's call it a sailboat party. Al- floin- to fat—l',j to 2 tablespoons i low your chiidrer. 10 ask in a few for each cup of liquid—and the •• lr i el { A:i a(tcl . Scn0 ol. Then plan diced celery along with 1 cup ot Ulfa 5im . )lc and novel ijui c get- liquid. <Use jiart of the celery cook- toEethcr ing liquid with milk.) Let the gravy boil 3 to 5 minutes until thickened. Season and serve immediately. FULL CARGO—Attractive sailboats carry a valuable supply of .milkshakes to a. children's oarty. Three cups milk, 1 pint vanilla e cream, rut milk and ice cream 1 a shaker and shake until wel Caraway Seed on Kraut Combines With Sausage Meaty "Soups" Suggested As Satisfying Dish by adding cubes of cooked meat during healing time, other soups are quickly given a flavorful filling touch, according to ncba Staggs, home economist. 1 With' meat added, many soups are appropriate for serving as Ihc main course of a meal, too. For example, plentiful cubes of. leftover beef may be added to mixed Give them warm squares of spicy gingerbread lopped with whipped cream. Use cither the following recipe or else prepared gingerbread mix, I To add gaiety, get a small plastic ! boat at the dime store for each young guest and write his or het name on the sail. Into the little boats load a .rich cargo, either a tall glass of milk or a vanilla 01 chocolate .milksnake. : Oh yes—-teli the young visitors they once .unloaded. Watch that vigor-bulld- hg milk disappear. Gingerbread One-half cup but'.-jr, 1 cup ligh brown sl'gar, 2 eggs, 2',^ cups all purpose flour, '» teaspoon,salt, ! teaspoons ginger, 1 teaspoon cin namon, 1 teaspoon baking soda, ',! cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon bak vegetable soup for.a satisfying dish. Rich bean soup !s delightfully combined with bits of cooked ham. Ready-to-serve -frankfurters cut Into bite-sized allcea turn split pea BOUP into a main course treat. Still another tasty mcnt-soup combination is corn chowder seasoned with savory smoked pork. rOld-fasbionp^ cream of potato soup, popular In many homes, takes on new Interest with diced crisp bacon sprinkled over the top rather than being cooked with the soup By Including crackers or toast tips a vegetable salad, beverage and dessert, the lunch is complete. Ing powder, I: cup molasses. Work butter to a soft cream am beat in the sugar. Add the egg and beat 'o a smoot cream. SU flour with salt, soda, baking pow der and spices. Mix boiling wate and molasses, stir into the buttc mixture, then add the. flour an stir just enough to mix ,to a smoot batter'J'Hour i Into a "buttered- 8x12 inch baking pan auti bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) about 40 minutes or until the gingerbread is firm to the touch and shrunk from the sides of the pan. tended. Pour Into tall glasses and crve at once. Combine sausage with sauerkrau 11 this simple way. Sprinkle car way seed over cooked sauerkrau nd simmer with chopped apple anc nion. iti the meantime, prepar ausage links in the usual manne —place links In frying-pan wit hree or four tablespoons of watc -over and cook slowly for aboi 0 minutes or until water evapor lies Remove cover and brown th ;ausages on all sides. For servin irrange the hot sausage links ove the sauerkraut. WASHINGTON, O«t. 8—W)—The* Veterans Administration may slart p paying the 12,800.000,000. GI >in- I surance dividend before Christmas —at the rate of a million checks a week. ' : As soon »s the bulk of those payments Is out of Ihe way the irgency will, get to. work on a second ' special dryldend. the size of which has not yet been.determined. Veterans Administrator Carl R. Oray. Jr., has ordered completion of the first dividend payment, to some 16,000,000 World War II veterans, by next June 30 If possible. The VA Insurance section had expected to start the payments in January, on a 200,000-checks-a-day basis. But a spokesman told a reporter: "There Is • a possibility that we mlghl starl them before the first of the year. | "We will go just as fast as wel n, and If we can beat the January j cadllne we will." About 12,000,000 veterans • have pplied for the dividend since pplication blanks became available iig. 29. "Dividend checks will go out ouilily in the order that the ap- jlications were received—first come, irst served." the spokesman said. "Veterans who fail to • apply? Thflr dividends will be held for hem." he maximum dividend is available to veterans aged 40 • less when they took out their policies, snri who kept" $100.000 pol- fies in force for 96 months up to ,he 19-18 anniversary date.. 'Eventually—and when there is surplus—VA expects to pay the dividends annually on policy anniversary dates," the spokesman said. He said there probablv will have to be at least"• one other special dividend to cover the period that 1m elapsed siuri the 1948 cutoff rtntr for the initial payment. Unofficial estimates are that the .second snerial clivMond will be paid for in 1951 or 1352. MO'NEY MAN-The generosity "of Cornelius La Roy of Lnnsing, Mich., above, was too much (or Washington. D. C,, police. The 30-year-old machinist was picked up after giving away some $15.000 in cash to some "poor people." One man got S7000 to ''pay off his home" and another S5000 "to buy a bus." Most ol the rest went to waitresses and cab drivers in $100 tips. I.a Hojr was taken to a hospital (or observation. Great Contrast India has princes rich enough to cwn private railroads to carry them around their vast estates, and other classes so poor that they have no Rain Halts Road Work LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 6. (AP) — Widespread rains have hailed work on 92 Arkansas hiebway construction jobs, Highway Department Engineer A. E. Johnson reported ycr terclay. other form of transportation than '.,: He said the situation Is temporary by foot. • and not become serious. NICKEL SAVER STORE SUCCESSORS TO DAVIS & STRICKLAND Auzzia Henry Grocery Manager Joe Strickland Meat Market- Manager SLICED DRIED BEEF SO QUICK TO FIX... MONEY-SAVING... AND DELICIOUS1 Dried Beof c VI pound MarroBv Silci Drl«d Boel 10 ounc«a macaroni 2 cupi medium while Macaroni Au Grcrtin 1 cup TTalsd cheen* ^ \{ I*a3 poem Worc»»t»r- •hits souc* 3 la V*ga Cook the macaroni in boiling, unsalterf water untfl lcn»3er. Preiiaro white Baucc. Add chceao to while Kjuce anrl heat slowly until melted. Add Worcestershire sauce. Cut drieii bc«f in l.irge squares and fry tn mclt«J margarine until "CriK7,lc«" on odged. Drain macaroni and place on large baking dish or platter. Cover with chcef« fwnce and top with dried l>ccf. Brown in mtxlcrat« oven (350° p.) for 15 minut«B. Hornf Economixt, Afa>ro.i« Tat Kitthtn 309 North 6th St.. Highway 61 North EVERYDAY PRICES Fresh dressed, battery fed FAT FRYERS , u 55 Best Grade Uind-On SLICED BACON ,49 I'ure, Fresh, ^Yhole hog ground PORKSAUSAGE , 49 St. Louis Independent Packing Company Good Quality Kansas City BEEF ROAST ,.. Lb . 49 C Pure and Fresh GROUND BEEF 39 Haiti more Maryland FRESH OYSTERS 89 Tender CLUB STEAK ,49 IJelicious LAMB SHOULDERS, 39 That Wonderful CRISCO 3,, )can 79 "A" Grade SMALL EGGS ,43 Vo. ] Ued Triumph POTATOES 10, b ha K 29 C •"resh, Firm, Green CABBAGE u, 3i 'ine for salads, Iceberg LETTUCE large head 12 C Pancy, Firm, Ripe FRESH TOMATOES, 10 Red Tokays FRESH GRAPES 10 Ucd, direct from orchard APPLES .. Delicious .. U>. 0 Granulated, Pure Cane SUGAR 10 Lta . 89 C Thai good soap powder OXYDOL Sunshine Krispy CRACKERS Tall, Large Cans PET MILK large hpx LUTTR ELL'S FINE FOODS Sixth & Chickasawba We Deliver Phone 2011 CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP No. 2 Can STANDARD TOMATOES Cream Style, 8 m. fan STOKELY'SCORN No. 303 Can SCHOOL DAY PEAS No. 303 Can STOKELY PUMPKIN 25 C OCc . Lh. Hox ""V 1 W C . W For ww CHUM SALMON ,39 GREAT NORTHERN SOUP BEANS • 5IM3C GRISCO 79' •Hi oz. 'Can Adams ORANGE JUICE Slokcly's PEARS S Oz. Can, Hunt's 4r TOMATO SAUCE . .lack Sprat *"S 35VKRAUT.........:.. N " S °M Fresh Pure PORK SAUSAGE 3 lb > $ 1.00 6 to 8 Ib. average PICNIC HAMS Ib. 39' 39" Lean, Delicious • Swift's All Meat PORK CHOPS ,, 49 C BOLOGNA Lb -. "Tender, Fresh - rjy.jj,],,^ ft,.',,,,,,,!,'^,] •' .' • BEEF LIVER ,,,, 49 FRANKFURTERS ,39 Hcil Hraml '• For Seasoning SLICED BACON u, 53 SALT MEAT Ib W FRESH SEA FOODS Chorine from our nice selection of (resli sca- [ouds . . . .shrimp, riys- lers, and m»ny other . ocean ilellcaclei. La Roma Coffee -'ISS Ib. 42 Top quality, U.S. No. 1 Red POTATOES 10 Ibs 39 Salad Pear* Kreuh, Eatmore, Lb. 1'kg. AVOCADOES 19 CRANBERRIES 25 IVORY SOAP 8 Large QQ( Bars 77 MARGARINE Sungold Lb. On. MORTON'S SALT2 boxesIS Ocean Spray, 2 No, 300 cant Top quality Cranberry Sauce-35c Pet Milk -3 tall cans 35< Baker's Premium Great Northern CHOCOLATE - \ Ib. 40c BEANS - 2 Ib. bag 25c Hershey's Jock Sprat COCOA- -ilb. box lit MEAL - 5lb.bag32< Perma No. 300 can, Hi-Power Stetch-I6w.bollk69( CHIllnilhBeans--!!i:

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