The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1949 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 20, 1949
Page 15
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THURSDAY, OCTOMK M, 1949 BLTTHEVILLB (AHK.) COURIER NEW» PAGE Salad Beautifys Cold Cut Supper Berry Fluff Freeze U Perfect Dessert To Climax Meal To make Sunday's meal* out standing, : use greens and Iriilts TOuntitulty. For supper, with colrl meat or (owl, serve this delicious salad: Combination Salad (1 to 6. lervlnxs) One-quarter cup salad oil, 2 tablespoons tarragon vinegar, ',4 teaspoon salt, ;t teas)won paprika, ',4 teaspoon pepper, H teaspoon dr mustard, i clove garlic, 4 nave orange, chilled, 1 large cucumber " w ?j|i(l, i Bermuda onion, 2 buach Man Finds $30,000 n Cosh in Basement WELLINGTON, O., Oct. *». <AP) —Wh»t would jx>u do If you loun* lore 'thin »30,000 cuih In your ascment? Well, thit is exactly whit *0-ytar- Id Richard A. Cordray s*ys he will a— keep It, if possible. Cordrmy iuld h« found th« money s«pt. at when he knocked out » artitlon to matte way for a urnact. . ; The 65-year-old, 18-roont iiian- [on was built by G. H. Palmer. Cordray, Wellington's sanitary en- fneer since 1937, bought the horn* S years «go from Crmrlw Rasa Both Palmer and Rots are dead. • All Cordray'* four children are I ora afl rlk crcross, Place ihe oil, vinegar, salt, pap rlka, pepper, mustard and garll » a, Jar win, a tlfjht-fltiing covei Shake well and let stand an hou nr two. Peel oranges nnd slice tliln ly. Score unpeeled cucumber ani cut in !'i-inch slices. Slice the onioi thinly and separate Into rings. Place the sliced oranges, ci:cim, r and onion in a howl. Remov ?arltc and pour Drench dvessln into the bowl. Tow. lightly to con the slices thoroughly. Place In re fi'igeraiar and let marinate half, a hour. When .ready to *serve. arrang watercress on serving plates. Drai and arrange slices of .-orange an cucumber on, watercress and to with rings of onion. The Frenc dressing, now ; flavored with o can be passed with the sala or save and serve in cWlled avocado halves for another meal. For dinner dessert, here Is » cooling recipe, perfected by the Servel Homemaker's Institute: . \ Raspberry Fluff Freeze Wash and drain well 1 cup fresh raspberries with 1U cups granulated sugar, 1 egg white, «nd '.i teaspoon salt. With electric beater at high speed, beat until light and stiff—about 10 minutes. Fold into above mixture 1 cup whipping cream that lias been beaten to medium consistency. Pour into 1 large or 2 small freezing trays. Chill ; in your- refrigerntor. Place on floor of frozen food compartment, turn temperature control to coldest position. Chill 5 or 6 hours, or until firm. Serve atjractively In meringue r shells or sherbet glasses. Pipe a scroll of whipped cream on top or 'garnish with 1 'raspberries, sweetened frozen F/oocf Deaths Rise to 4,000 In Guatemala GUATEMALA, Guatemala, Oct. 20. Wi— Flood dtaths In Guatemala have risen lo about 4.000. Foreign Minister Ismatl Gonzalez Arevalo amioun-ed yesterday. He told a reporter property damage csmiot be leu than 150,000,000 The government stepped up IU plans to relieve some 10.000 or more persons m«de homeleu by the floods ciused by two weeks or tor- renlla] rain. One of the hardest hit sections stretches 200 miles along the Pacific coast. In this cattle raising area, many cattle have been desiroyed. Note: If raspberries, use only cup of sugar. If using unsweetened frozen raspberries, use l',i cups sugar. Acheson Soys Ciyil War In Greece Nearly Over WASHINGTON. Oct. 20. fAP) — Secretary of state Acheson said yesterday that the Greek government's war with communist-led guerrillas is practically, over. Reduction of American aid lo Greece would seem to be an indicated step, he added. Acheson told his news confcrenci Unit there are only about 2,000 guerrillas lc;t in orecce and they are widely watered and mainly, concerned with a search for food. Before there Is a decision on cut- i y«memofcer Can Lighten Dishwashing by System Ask the average homemaker what she like* the least about cooking *he'll probably reply. "Why washing dishes, of course!" For this reason, the smart cook is always on the lookout for tricks which ease the dishwashing chore. i Systematic rinsing and 'slocking of dinner china and silver Is one good way to save time. Using the minimum of ulerBiU for food preparation is a minute-saving habit, another Is to put the utensils to so»k as soon as they are used so hey will be easy to wash later. Furthermore, if the pots and pans used in cooking are ol the clean variety, a great deal of need"esc scrubbing can be saved. Porcelain enameled utensils, lor example, have a glossy glass finish »'hieh resists stains and Is as easy clean as china. Just put povce- ain enameled utensils lo .soak for ; brief period; then wash them i with soapy water and rinse. If dc- • sired, they may lie allowed to drain dry, thus saving a few more precious minutes. grown, and he lives alone with lib wife. •I bought the house and I ex' pect to keep what is in it," he said Not for Use So large and ornate was of Hie gold an silver tab possessed by thcwcnlthy of Ens- land in tlie Middle Ages, that It was placed on display in the cupboard table. and never brought, to the ting American military assistance to the Greek government, Acheson said the U.S. will have lo find out what the Athens regime pr<x>|Lse.s lo do with its military establishment. American aid has been given for more than two years. TALK OF THE ls ^i FREEMAN- HENLEY Gro. & Mkt. On West Main WIN! BIG PRIZES IN KROGER'S ONE OF 5 BUICK SUPER SEDANS With Dynaflow, white sidewall tires, heater, radio, hack-up lightt 10 SECOND PRIZES J!?, LUXURY WEEKENDS *EACH 2nif PRIZE WINNER win ai», , KC - Kf > a r.v.m, )i 9 rwuitMiip iiiiliiic. tiitrls lo N.Y. 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