The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
Page 12
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'PAGE 'J'WELVB BLYTHEVIT,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1949 ;New Ideas Given r 'Trkk or Treat" '! Rowdy Youngsters, a Miniature Spooks •;• Keep Cooks Busy „> Miniature spooks and goblins will ,,'be coming out of hiding October 31. r -Wherever these fun loving figures i'father, there** sure lo be a Joint ^ demand lor "tilcks or IreatV ^ For a treat in Hallowe'en party f -refreshment, serve spicy barbecued ' ground beef over big hamburger 'buns Suggests Reba Staggs, home .' T economist. These tasty burgers are easily matched with potato chi;*s fc-gJid a cabbage salad. Hot cider, also, {swill brighten the witches table that *« is appropriately decorated with ;? mad-eyed pumpkins and wiry black g An eaFily seived desert to com- tplete the bewitching menu Is gin- Sgeibiead baked as plump muffins Stopped tilth grated orange rind. BMake up your favorite gingerbread «recipe, bake the batter In greased 2 muff in pans, then sprinkle orange rilnd over the top. ,•; Or still another way to carry out yr October's colors in dessert U with § chocolate cake Bnke the batter in c cup cake form, then brilliantly cap **each cake with orange-tinted con- 3 fectionei.V 'sugar tcmg. Chocolate E chips may be used to make realistic g faces on the lop of the little rakes, g Here is the recipe for the bavbc- £ cued ground beef. r: Barbel Hfcl Cirouud Bcof |t I pound ground beef Kl tablespoon lard or drippings ^ 1 cup finely chopped onion 2 I cup finely chopped green pepper £ 1 tablespoon sugar «2 tablespoons piepared mustard tt 1, tablespoon-.vlnegar rl teaspoon salt i $1 cup catchup 1; H teaspoon ground cloves : g Brown meat slowly until crumbly §but not hard. Combine remaining * ingredients and add to the meat. 5 Cover and simmer alxnit 30 minutes. §Serve on toasted -split buns. Serves «6 to 8. Cheese Festival Party Needs At Least Six American Cheeses and Corn Fritters ^Tempting, Sturdy Dish * * Ham and; corn fritters fit CRS- fily into many menus. To prepare j|the fritters, combine 1 cup o] fcTvhble : Kernel corn, H cup grpnntl ^cooked ham and a small amount |J^6f minced .onion. Sift together: 2^ •cup of flour and l',4 teaspoons of 'HaJcing powder and add to the "corn mixture. Add '/• .cup milk isBlend well, then .drop fritter batter *by teaspoonfulls into deep hot lard gHam and corn fritters are tempt- isJngly served /^ith .a well seasoner • ^cream or tomato sauce. If desired gcorned beel may be used in place »of ham; FOR YOUR CHEESE FESTIVAL PARTY-Seive al least six different American cheeses on a Iray with assorted crackers and vivid fill fruits. .October opens the uarty season. ': Answer: Swiss cheese. The round It's a!>:o the cheese festival month. So'be original atul give a festival iwifty nl homo. Tlie United states Is rich in dairy fowls and cheese is one of the most versatile. Mast supei markets and groceries are now featuring a surprising variety of American cheeses and related items such as cvacker.s, special breads ant] pastes. For your fe.stivl party, plan a quiz. Keep it lively. Have lots of prizes. , : Ifcre are a few sample quiz <iues- tions and answers. Any good book-; let on cheese—may be your grocer has some free—will suggest other questions: 1, How many quarts of ullfc does it take to ; make one pound of cheese? Answer: Five quarls. 2. Wlial is the anual consumption per capita in the United States'today? Answer: Seven pounds, 3. What " essential foods does contain? Answer: High quality protein, calcium, pho.spliorns. ^ 4. What is the difference 1 be- tweeii Cheddar, "American" and "store" cheese? Answer: None. 5. Is fresh or canned pineapple used in making of pineapple : Answer: Neither. geLs iLs name, from its shape. 6. Can be used to replace some milk in the average daily diet? Answer: Yes. One ounce of Cheddar, four ounces cream . cheese. 12 ounces cottage provide same amount of calcium as one cup (H pint), fluid whole milk:: 7. What'type of cheese has "eyes"1 ivcii hole.s are known as "eyes." 8. Of the 20 basically d'itfcien kinds of cheese in the world, hov nany arc now produced in tiie Unit ed States? Answer: Practically nil ol them. 9. Should dishes be cookei slowly or fast? Answer: Slowly. is a pro Leln food and all protein food, should be cooked slowly. 10. .Should young children hnvi cheese? Answer: Yes—irom two years on After Ihc <|lllz, the prize.*. Then the eats. Why not devoti the quiz questions themselves. Adt .some grapes and fall pears and ai assortment of crackers lo the chees. tray.'Pour the .steaming coffe,c am bring your October Kestiva lo a vigorous and satisfyiug close. Lcnveiiworth prisoi- is In Kansas. Sausage-Squash Dishes on Menu Show Fali is Here With sausage and squash both n the menu, it's RS much a sign f fall a.s the wooded country-shle vcaring n coat of rusts and golds, In nine with (all mealtime fa- 'orHcs, Reba Slaggs, homo ccon-, suggests a flavorful sausage and squash casserole. For this combination, the .squash Is cooked, then mashed and placed in a greased baking dish with little link sausages arranKcd over It. The combination is allowed to bake slowly n a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) ibout yo ininute.s or until the snu- e Ls done and the .squash thoroughly heated. For another savory combination, iink sausages are exchanged for bulk pork .sausage. The meat Is first browned .slightly in a frying- pan to brins out all of its fine flavor. If de.sired, it may be formed into individual patties. F.ithcr way the brov •''ed sausage, nlong with Us drippings, is placed over cooked mashed squash and slowly baked until the meat is completely cooked it'sHitkoryShtokM/] ForFine\Ffa^\' / 11 '' --.ISpJcK.Wckl -., 1 M.^ r ^,' I.- nn . FINE QUALITY MEAT PRODUCTS Gel b«Her value on Swift meats and all your favorlfe brands' at Kroger. THAN '^924,000 « fji ^\ 'sU- iU- • yo f THE PERFECT I COFFEE * ATI-AST- ••„ i OLDdUDG£t THE WORLD'S BEST COFFEES MAKE IT I iron 0 /%£. WZA OLD dUOO COFFEE! •<u. ^»&mm^i>**'«* 0 :~, : • «» k m> HOW ^c £ of^' OLD JUDGE THAT'S THE DIFFEUEiNCE ...which is making OLD JUDGE the No. 1 coffee in the Middle West slv Sma ,l W( ,,i<lor lh»t « « P deUciox ,s Coffee brinys V^ Cflavor you ever alld satining c ,°"7 omthc v-.ckoft^ l-^-'^rf^ft. A.W.WUM W c,rW S cost .e«t w»«. ^ you W «,iai»g ^ voail "'y oUl favovitc of ^we it-Uiai ^ f CQ(TeB Try , ss^ii^^ 1 ££ JW.* \ - r/1<> »i.t •""'«'• """'••; n .^. h ««--,r.r«*.vs _,.m.l^«'""' 1 '"'j- % h B «o n 'l k« •><* ll ,.b»l««««.^'" l towJ,J,.C..I..l „ ,tng<> «"'P l ' m « n ' SWIFT PREMIUM HAMS 12 to 14 Ib. average. , Butt Half Ib. 55c SWIFT PRFMIUM FRANKS '«, Tender Skinless. SLICED BACON % (fit Swift Premium. PORK SAUSAGE '£ Swift's Brookfield. SALT MEAT - Streak O'Lean—Center Cuts, Ib. 29c. PURE LARD Pure firm white hog. OYSTERS Large Selects DRESSED WHITING For pan frying. Enter Pillshury's Best $100,000°° GRAND RATIONAL RECIPE & BAKING CONTEST 100 women will win all-expense trips to New York for Grand Finals, plus other prizes. Isl prize: $50,000 (if entry is accompanied by token). Get tokens, entry blanks and Piilsbury Flour at Kroger. PILLSBURY FLOUR 8ot<« your bell. AI- y> ° ij.iit, vok., 4 A Ib. « K'o 9 «. \\j bag PIECRUST MIX „*. 19 I'illsburv's HOT ROLL MIX S 29 C I'illsburv's KROGER FLOUR .-...£? T 5 I'lain or Self-Rising WHITE CAKE MIX J'illshury's DIXIE FRY Puts a tasty golden , crust on fried chicken, fish...all fried foods. JEWEL Swift's Shortening. APPLES Extra fancy Red Delicious. 35' 21bs. The Miracle Value L loaves fc I Save 5 to 7c - on 2 loaves Standard Chum. Crisp All Purpose Winesaps. Peck Kraft Potatoes Washed Selected Reds. Green Beans2«is29 c i 2 T " b - 29c Tender Stringless. Red Ripe Slicing Quality; Well-trimmed green. 50-lb. ' Bag 1179 SALAD DRESSING...... 32 s 39? Embassy. RICE Fancy white. 39< PEACHES Avondale Sliced or Halves. Sardines 3 Standard. MILK Kroger Pure Evaporated. Tomatoes Standard Quality. HUNT'S No. 2!/ 2 Can Tomato Sauce. Cheese Food - 69c Wisconsin Windsor Club MEAL ": Honeysuckle Cream White Corn. Macaroni or Spaghetti. 35c QUICK OUAKf* OATS CLABBER GIRL leaking Powder GREAT NORTHERN Dry lieans TUNAFISH Standard Grated PORK BEANS Kroger l-lh ,. Cln. 25-lb •.- Hug No. V 2 •. . Can No. 300 | Ac Cans III I,

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