The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1950 · Page 14
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, FACE FOURTEEN BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIBIR NEWS Bacon and Eggs Thriftily Priced Breokfast or Lunch Is Correct Time for American Dish There Is no more typically American dish than bacon and eggs, and there was never a belter time to enjoy It than now when both bacon and eggs Are In unusually plentiful supply at thrifty prices, Bacon Ls selling nearly 20% below prices of sfx or seven months ago. Men have a fondness for bacon and CPRS that makes it a favorite for any meal, not just breakfast. Now is a good time to indulge the men of the family with bacon and eggs for Sunday night supper, for lunches, or late night meals, and for breakfast. Women who cook for men know that bacon and pggs Is always in demand. Perfect Cooking for I'crfi'd Dish Popular as is bacon and eggs on the American menu, it deserves expert cooking, especially when it is so ea.sy to cook the comb!nation perfectly. An expert gives these simple directions for producing a perfect, plnitcr of bacon nnd ef-gs. First fry bat-on slowly in skillet. When bacon is done, remove to nb- sorbent paper to drniti. Pour off excess bacon drippings, leaving enough to cover bottom of skillet. Have heat very low under .skillet. Break eggs into saucer one at a time, sliding eggs into skillet. Cover skillet quickly with tight fitting lid and cook slowly for one minute. Tuns off heat nnd lei eggs remain In skillet for two minutes without removing lid. Serve with crisp bacon strips. Eggs cooked in this way are lender and delica'te, while the' bacon has flavor unmarrcd by too quick cooking. Enjoy bacon and eggs while both are bargains in the market. Juicy Meat Loaf A Company Fare Easy to Prepare If you bake a large juicy meat loak. using bc-et, porfe and veal and flavor it stubtly. you will have i no-worry meat dish for compnny. At the same • lime, bake potatoes arid acorn squash.' That's pretty easy. Isn't It—and the result will be A delicious menu lor your guests. Company Meat Loaf On* and one-quarter pounds jround beef. V, pound ground pork, 14 pound ground veal, 1 clove garlic finely chopped, '.4 cup chopped gresn pepper, 1 tablespoon chopped parsley or celery leaves, !4 teaspoon pepper, 1 "tea-spoon dry musrard, 2',4 teaspoons salt, 2 beaten eggs, 1 tablespoon Worcester- >hir> nance, 4 slices cubed, soft bread, I cup warm nillt. Mix meats well. Arid the garlic, green pepper, parsley or celery, saasonlngs, mustard, eggs and Worcestershire sauce. Soak bread cubes In warm milk. Add to meat mixture. Mix all ingredients thoroughly. Using loaf pan, bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for 20 minutes. Then turn ment loaf out on a greased, shallow baking pan. (The meat loaf will keep its form, won't crack, and will have a browned crust.) Pour 14 cup boiling water around the loaf. Bake uncovered in R. moderate oven O50 degrees F.) for one hour. Baste with liquid every 15 minutes. Serve with Piquant Sauce. Piquant Sauce One 8-ounce tan tomato suace, 2 tablespoons horseradish, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, f e w shakes tabasco sauce. Combine tomato sauce and horseradish and heat, to boiling. Then add Worcestershire and tabasco, i RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Faclory-IYaincd Mechanics Any Make or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Deliver Fred Collihan llflSo Firsl SI.. Ulylheville THURSDAY, MAY 11, I960* | Plastic Coated Paper Plates Save Drudgery and Add Color DRUDGRKY SAVER—New [ilasllc-coalcd paper plates »nd un- ii-axcd containers for baking cut dishwashing and save waltr. By Gavnor Mad.lov XIvA Staff iVrllpr The new .slimy-.s;trf;icc papcruaru in many colors ami sizes cuts kitchen drudgery. It also saves water for dishwashing ami that's vitally important today in ni'nny sections of the country. Will they take all kinds of food? Yes. I recently attended an nil- paper .service luncheon. On the new paper plates with china-like surface and in the paper containers especially prepared for casserole dishe.s ithey take oven temperatures up lu 350 degrees P. for 20 to 30 minutes', this complete inca] was served: fruit cup. beef and vegetable soup, chicken pot pic, mixed green salad, ice cream with hot cherry sauce, coffee. All the plates used were thrown away after the meal. That was some saving of dishwashing and water! Women spent almost, 9 hours a week washing dishes, according to a Pennsylvania Slat* College survey. Try making individual casseroles for the family, using the paper containers prepared for thai purpose. It will save a lot of work nnd taste good a.s well. linked KKSS Wllli Ihun U tfi t! servings} Six hard-cooked eggs, 2 tablespoons mayonnaise, 2 teaspoons prepared mustard, >:. teaspoon salt,, '; teaspoon pepper, D-ounce can broiled mushrooms, 2 cups well- seasoned, medium thick white sauce, '.', pound processed American clieese, diced: 2 cups chopped ham. 1 cup buttered soft bread crumbs. Remove shells from eggs and halve eggs lengthwise. Place yolks In mixing bowl. Add mayonnaise, innsliird. salt and pepper. Drain mushrooms, reserving broth. Reserving 12 whole mushrooms, finely chop the rest nnd stir iiilo yolk mixture. Stuff egg whiles wllh yolk mixture. Arrange eggs and whole mushrooms in unwaxcd containers. Heat white sauce, mushroom broth nnd cheese together, stirring until cheese melts. Carefully pour sauce over eggs. Sprinkle evenly with chopped ham. then sprinkle with crumbs. Bake In moderate oven 1350 deRrccs P.) until crumbs are brown about 25 minutes, Old-Fashioned Com Recipes Are Contrasts Sweet com, one of America's gifts to the world, has been appearing in wonderfully fippeii/mg dishes since colonial days. The improved and modern can-packed corn Is a more flavorsonic vegetable than Its early predecessor, and so today we can enjoy all the old-fashioned corn recipes with , modem ease. As a contrast to tho usual vegetable course, try canned corn in puddings, custards and souffles. Now that eggs are .so reasonable in price, you can use them generously in these recipes, And the Huffy, bakfd goodness of a corn dl-sh brings back memories of the cooking treats turned out in grandmother's kitchen. ('nrn CusLirrl 3 eggs 1 No. 2 can t:r<?am style com 1 teaspoon salt 1-4 teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine 2 cups milk, Beat eggs .slightly. Add corn, salt, pepper and butter. Scald milk; pour slowly, stirring constantly, into corn and egg mixture. Turn into greased 1 1-2 tiULirl casserole. Set in pan of hot water. Bake in moderate oven ! <325 degrees F.) 1 1-2 hours, or tin- | til knife inserted in center comes j out clean. Yield: 6 servings. I OGEKS Ice is mixed in during commercial sausage grinding to prevent I heating of the meat from friction.! Famous Club Sandwich Needs Filling Contrast Perhaps It all stalled with the famous Club Kamhvlch, the custom of including crisp bacon for just the right contrast to so many sandwich fillings. However, It begun, bacon as a sandwich ingredient is now firmly established, since bacon is now the best meat buy 'in the market, owing to the plentiful production of pork, It Is thrifty as well ns flavorful to make sandwiches with this delicious meat. Bacon and Tomato Sandwiches are ever popular, very nourishing, and so easy to prepare. Grilled Cheese and Bacon Sandwiches are classics at lunch counters, and for quick, wholesome fare for home lunch, snack, or supper. Bacon and Peanut Butter Sandwiches are fmt j for young folks and good for them? Ever notice how even very smnlP children beg for bacon. Egg Salad and Hacon Sandwiches arc delicious fare, and another favorite is French Toast Sandwiches with Biicon. The list of bacon sandwiches is long, the enjoyment great, so buy thrifty biicon to better the sandwiches yon serve. Beekeeping Has Growth ALAMOSA. Colo. (AH)—Beekeeping w.i.s introduced to the San Luis valley in 1ET.M, nnd It is e-stiniated thn. valley now ha.s M.COO colonies ' of bees producing 1,500.0-0 pounds, of honey each year. | University Student Says Acid Soil is Infertile BERKELEY, Cnlii.-l/D-Acld soil locks up phosphate chemically and therefore makes the soil Infertile says John M. Heslep. University of California graduate student. His studies also disproved two old theories as to why acid soil is infertile. First, manganese (oxicity. although present in acid soils docs not slow plant growth. Second there Is no lack of calcium. Lime applications will neutralize acid and Improve plant growth, but they will not Improve plant growth by making more calcium available. , CLOVERLEAF NONFAT DRV VI ILK SOLIDI PURE PORK SAUSAGE Is seasoned JUST RIGHT! Enjoy this flavor-rich goodness (or breakfast, lunch or supper. MEMPHIS PACKING CO. #•?•« FOOD ffiVORITK =-fe$ OF EVERYDAY LOW PRICES PROVE YOB CM LIVE BETTEI FOR LESS AT IE06EI ; Hew Super Soft- P fftf STiftl Iff RESERVES i 45^^1.11 f ILJ Kroger Grape Political Announcement fhe Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries. July 25 and August 8 FOR COUNTY'JUDGE Kola ml Green FOR STATE KKT'RERKNTATIVK lj- H Ail try Re-election Post No 3 John Cowan Kenneth S. Sulccr POSl NO 2 E. C. "Gene" Fletsmaii (For re-ulcctlon Post No, *> i Fnr Stale Senator VV R Nicholson You'll Love Our Flowers! BI.VTirKVII.I.E FLOWER MART Memphis Iliwaj Plume 6002 Kroger Extra Thin or SPAGHETTI 2 2 Ronco PEACHES Avondole Sliced or Halves SALAD DRESSING Miracle Whip FLOUR AVONDALE Plain or Self Rising KROGER CORN Whole Kernel Golden i6-oz. 33 , Pkgs. j jf SPOTLIGHT nag 2 No 2 J /2 Cans 76-oz. 37* Kroger Hot-Diilcd Coffi'e iOLLS ,> k5 , 190 Drown 'n' Serve Cinnamon LAYEiCME „. 490 Orange Sno—"Mother Day" Special t 1 290 JUICE 2^290 Krojjer Pineapple . APPLE BUTTER n ^ 1 6 . No M3 Cons j Our Telephone Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. F. L WICKER MACHINE SHOP 215 North 2nd — Just Calf 2192 LAWNMOWERS Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes up lo 84 In. Automatic, ['"land Gates Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes up to 36 In. Concrete Septic Tanks Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile I'rkcs Wo nellvcr A.H.WEBB HlRhwaj 61 at Stnle r.tn* I'honf 114 SAVES MONEY! I'rompt Service Rxpcrl Workmanship BLACKSMITHING I'ower nnd hand mowers sharpened and repaired... picked up and delivered. WELDING sc MACHINE WORK ['low points receive prompt and expert sharpening. Acetylene and electric, in the shop or mi Hit .job. Satisfaction guaranteed. \Ve have (he experienced men and (he equipment to do your job right. OKRA n Fresh Fr SILVERWARE ' ss Pattern MO CHIPS w '°' s '™" 70-oz. Winter Garden Fresh Frozen Princess Pattern 1 Z «gs. - 1 " $ 100 HYDBOX lkB 240 Sunshine \Mt-- PCM & BEANS 2 ££ 250 Campbell's Upton's ' $ 6.37 TOM ^250 Grated 2 No. 2 (Jan 1950 Farm Fresh Dressed i-ii). nftj Cln. ZU0 Or •• I'urex .. 1/2 Gal. and Disinfectant WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 Are You Protected Against TERMITES? Your house is worth a lot of money so tlon't let Termites cause expensive dam- at;e. Gc! protection now... hnl... BE SURE YOU GETTHE BEST! H. C. Walls, a charier member and director of (he Stale I'est Control Association, can do your job right. Here's why: ]. Licensed longer than any operator in Mississippi County. 2. Longest continuous satisfactory record of STATE inspections in Northeast Aikan- siis. 3. Your individual needs honestly diagnosed. 1. Conscientious workmanship, fi Sane plan of upkeep. WALLS 924 East Main CERTIFIED TERMITE SERVICE H. C. Walls Phone 3792 Remember you can buy the pieces you like at KROGER P 7 FEET - - - ib. 19c Fresh for Boiling BONES - - ib 23c sip 2 22-07. Cans Royal Gem, Vegetable or Tomalo SALAD 3 ^39? Embassy Dressing ICED TEA K490 Fresh for Boiling 10-Cake . . . Plastic Ha: MFAT - - Ih I ILMI IU« Streak o' Lean TING FILLETS ib. 15c Fresh Delicate Wrisley CIGARETTES „. 1.87 All I"opnlar iirantls OLIVES ^ 2 N T o. 303 Sugar APPLES - - - 3 ib. bag 39c Snappy Wincsopt Fresh Firm Red Ripe Slicing Quality vl\DDf4vC " " " " " ID- J\f Fresh New Green Solid Head* | c POTATOES--10ibs59c U.S. No. 1 Washed—New California Long Whit* 1 /,

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