The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1950 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 18, 1950
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THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Menu Planning Means Economy Nutrition, Low Cost Ntcd Careful Study When Combined By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Staff Writer If you plan your menus ahead of lghr you will find that you can \lp food waste and confusion. Nutritionally balanced low - cost menus that taste good require study of markets, recipes and family preference. That's why you have to plan your menus well In advance It can't be a lust - minute Job. Here are some sample low-cost menus; Dinner: Chicken loaf, whipped potatoes, orange beets, green celery strips, bread, butter or fortified margarine, pears and chocolate sauce, coffee, milk. Dinner: Sweet potato-apple-and- torigue casserole, snap bean and bacon salad, bread, butter or fortified margarine, leftover, ctnamon cake, coffee, milk. Dinner: Boiled smoked tongue with mayonnaise sauce, boiled potatoes, spinach with nutmeg, sliced tomatoes, bread, butter or fortified margarine, cinnamon cake. coffee, milk. Dinner: Hamburger squares, po- tatos and mushroom cream, sauce, buttered carrots, lettuce wedges with French dressing, bread, butter or fortified margarine, canned apricots, coffee, milk. Dinner: Macaroni and egg casserole, apple and cottage cheese salad, toasted French bread, chocolate pudding, coffee, milk. Use dried beans often in your low-cost family menus. Right now they are In plentiful supply. Bezn Soup _, (t servings) TfPf-thlrds cup dry beans, 1'A quarts cold water, ham bone. 1 «mall oulon, chopped, few stalks celery and leaves. 1 tablespoon flour, salt and pepper to taste. Cover beans with half the iva- ter. Soak overnight in a cool place, or boil gently for 2 minutes and let stand one hour. Add rest of water, ham bone, onion and celery. Simmer until beans arc tender Remove bone. Put soup through e lieve or food press. Cut any meal ' from bone into small pieces. Aclc to soup. Stir in flour mixed with little cold water, cook soup untr thickened end hot. Season. CHICKEN OF TODAY, specially developed by poultry breeder*, I packs more white meat into Ihe American Sunday dinner. | The Modern Chicks Outclass Old; Poultry Raisers Develop Fowls The Star-Spangled Banner, roast I when about three-fourths done. Do chicken for Sunday and mashed | not sear. Do not add water. Do nol Bacon Drippings Good Seasoning Oood bacon bargains in the market Indicate more bacon will be used in cooking. Bacon yields f bonus in flavorful drippings aftei the meat Is cooked. Strain bacon drioflbigs into clean tin can otrlptontainer that will not break when hot fat Is poured 'into it cover with plactlc bowl cover o waxed paper, and store in refrig erator. Bacon drippings make de licious -seasoning to blend with green vegetables or lo use where ever a flavorful tat Is appropriate Use bacon drippings for fryin •ome fried potatoes, browned pota tow, panned cabbage, etc. Bacon drippings also make delicious casserole topping when blended with bread crumbs. Usi 2 tablespoons melted bacon (at ti 1 cup of bread crumbs. Toss lightly with fork: and use mixture to to; casseroles of creamed cabbage, seal loped potatoes, scalloped vegetables ramekins of creamed foods, am other bland baked dishes that bleni well with zestly bacon flavor. ftallions to Aid Greece ATHENS _ (fFi — Seventy-eigh French stallions have been brough to Greece to help in the country' horse breeding program. Greece' stock of horses was cut from 304,00 to 182.000 during the last nine year of occupation and civil war. Political pronouncement Th« Courier News has been author Ized to announce Ihe following cnn didates, subject to the Democrat! primaries. July as and August 8. TOR COUtiTT JUDGE Roland Green FOR STATE REPRESENTAT1V L- R Autry Re-election Post No J John Cowan Kenneth s. Sulcer , Post No 2 E. C. "Gene" Pleeman (For re-election Post No. «> For State Senator W R. Nicholson J. Lee Beardcn rtatoes with giblet gravy, are parts our national heritage. The chicken of today Is some- ing new. Poultry raisers have de- toped fowl wit'i meatier breasts id drumsticks. These all-purpose lickens (you can fry, broil or roast em) reach maturity in a shorter me. and have more meat In pro- ortion to the bone. They are the result of selecting reeds and strains with best meat reducing characteristics. Five years contests were started all over ic country to produce the . new Illckcn. Major poultry outfits, dentists college experts and the nitcd States Department of Ag- culture supervised them. The real A & P Tea Co. sponsored the lovement and home economists, gricultural students and 4-H clubs When is it done? If the drumstick-thigh joint breaks or moves easily when you grasp end of leg when drumstick meat Is vcr soft if pressed betive?n fingers. Do not pierce with fork. A 3!.'j to 4Vj pound bird, dressed weight, needs from 2 to 3 hours; a 4U- to G pound one. From 3 to 3'Xj hours and 6 pounds and over from 3Vj to 3->i hours. Chicken Needs Good Dressing Says Expert By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA. Staff Writer Good urend stuffing is the birthright of every roast chicken. Here's a recipe very popular in the central part of (he United States. ' Hreiul Dressing (Yield: stuffing for nrck region and body cavily of 8-pound New York dressed chicken) Pour tablespoons fat. V, cup minced onion. 1 cup diced celery, 4 cups bread cubes, firmly packed. teaspoon salt. V, teaspoon pepper, J ,4 teaspoon poultry seasoning, 'A to 1 cup stock, water or milk. Cook onion and celery in fat over low heat, stirring occasionally, un til onion Is soft, but not browned.I Meanwhile, blend seasonings with 1 bread cubes Add onion, celery and fat. Blend. Pour the stock over the surface, slirring lightly. Add more seasoning as desired. Note: For gilj- let dressing, browu chopped, cooked giblets in fat before onion and celery arc added. Proceed ns above. Grace While, food editor of Family Circle Magazine, has a new Idea. She likes to her chicken cut In serving pieces. She goes even further. Sometimes she browns the pieces In butter lightly, then pours a rich popover batter in a shallow pan and lays the browned pieces of chicken In it. She bakes it In a moderately hot oven It's wonderful —puffy, brown and crumbly! Serve it with a cream giblct gravy. Bacon Grill Quick Meal That Can Easily Vary Plentiful supplies of bacon al prices 20% lower than six months ago suggest main dish servings of this delicious meal. The cook who likes a quick and nourishing meal knows the bacon grill where brtcon Is in-oiled right along with delicious accompaniments for a fenst In record time. Combinations everyone enjoys arc: bacon broiled with jx?ach halves, bacon broiled with pineapple rings; bacon broiled with whole peeled bananas; bacon broiled nith tomato halves; and bacon broiled with mushrooms. Served with potatoes and a green salad any one of the bacon grill comuiiv>l'<">s make an unusually good and nour- L-inhiB meal. With bacon of such excellent quality and low price at market, the bacon grill should be more popular than ever. Aviation Medicine School Aided by Mathematics RANDOLPH FIELD, Texas— {ID— The School of Aviation Medicine lere Is using higher mathematics to aid In solving its human flying >roblems. Mathematics Is to be used o find out why some pilots live oncer than others at high altl- udes. how to select flyers with some mnumity to blackouts at high alludes and how to train flyers to ilnnd higher altitudes. The mathematics used for these >urposos Is known as biometrics. Randolph Field lias [he first and only biometrics department In med- clne in the south and southwest. The mathematics does not tell how lo train flyers, but after the training plans are mndo by doctors, it checks them against mathematical probabilities. The mathematics Is likely to show which of several plans of training is most likely lo succeed, or which is quickest. Economy Measures Save 700,000 Gallons of Water SINGAPORE —Wj— Economy measures introduced by the Municipal Water Department have saved 100,000 gallons a day. But the water use of wires connecting such distant points." This Is an apt description of today's method of radio transmission. The State Financial Responsibility LAW Is Very Strict! liel'ore you have an accident call 33!>1 for automobile Insurance protection For small premium, we include $10,0'00 Personal Li- ubilily. W. M. BURNS Insurance Agency Chinese Bonds Clubbing "Uncooperative" Citizens HONQ KONQ -UP)— Arrivals from Peiplng say the Chinese Communists use their victory bonds to club "uncooperative" citizens. They give this case as typical: A Chinese educator was asked to write an anti-American article for the Communist press. The educator had lived In the United States. The educator asked to be excused. He didn't feel qualified. Two days later -he was Informed the quota of victory bonds he was required to buy had been set. The frog in His Throat NATHANYA, Israel —(*>)— Hm- ha Lev has learned to keep Mi mouth shut. He learned the hud wny, while Installing lanlUry fittings In a new house In Nathan/*. As usual, Lev was working with his mouth oucn. A little frog leaped Into it and lodged In hU windpipe. Lev almost strangled to death before doctors forced tru frog down Into his stomach and iav« him castor oil. quota was about twice what he WM . worth. He had to sell his houw and most of his personal property to meet the quota. SHOE REPAIRING SAVES MONEY! Prompt Service Expert Workmanship HflLTCRS • UflLITY SHO€ SHOT '121 W M « I N ST. CORNER LOT FOR SALE Located at 1600 We ft Walnut Street — one of the best residential sections in Blythe- vilt*. Good elevation, well drained. For SoU at $ 2750 Cosh or Ttrmt RAY F. PRICE Day 2271 Telephone Night 2735 elped it along. Get one at your favorite dealer's id call the family in. Better listen t minute to Kathryn B. Niles. She's. ie First Lady of chicken cookery, eing home economics director of he Poultry and Egg National 3osird. Here are some Nilcs nuggets: rub avity with salt. Stuff just before casting, nnt ahesul of lime. Stuff ghtly; don't pack. Close the body, drumsticks together, then tie ccurely to tall. Fasten neck skin to ack with .skewer. Shape wings akimbo" style; bring tips onto lack. Brush skin with melted fat. To roast, place stuffed bird breast iown on rack in shallow open pan. :over top only of chicken with fat- moistened Ihtn cloth, if cluth dries, moisten with fat from bottom of jan. Roast at low temperature—for bird under 6 pounds, at 350 degrees P.; for one over 6 pounds at 125 degrees F. Turn breast side up position still remains critical. Huge pipes convey water from the reser- r at Pontlan, some 30 miles from gapore, on the west coast of Johore. As a part of the campaign to conserve fresh water, 300,000 gnl- lons a day have been saved by sub stituting salt, water for the flushing of drains, cleaning of markets and for l purposes. Thomas A. Edison First To Have Radio Patent NEW YORK —OP)— The records indicate that what might be termed the "frtst radio broadcasting patent" in this country was issued tu Thomas A. Edison or. Deo, 29, 1811. His application, granted as patent No. 465.971, said: "Signaling between distant points can be carried on by Induction without the IS THE SECRET OF A FOR BACON THAT'S GRAND If you're particular about the way you want your bacon, here's the bacon that's sugar-cured a special way to taste particularly good. Mayrose Bacon has an aroma and flavor that you'll really welcome at breakfast, lunch or dinner, in sandwiches, and for your late-at-night snacks, too. Ask for bacon by the brand name "Mayrose,"—U. S. Government inspected, of course. Get Mayrose BACON ST. LOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING CO. Blytheville Machin* Shop 211 So. 2nd. Phone 2828 WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR I'actory.-'IYained Mcchamo Any Make or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Deliver Fred Collihon I in So Firsl St.. Hlylhfville '•FOR BBBKffST DANJDV SOGA? Fluffy Puffed Wheat with a special honey flavored coating toasted onto sweet you don't need to add sugar. Just pour on the milk or cream and watch the whole family go for thit "honey" of » new cereal. ITtsoHAMCV/ \ So quick, so easy. Perfect for 'tween meal, after-school or bedtime snacks. It's good for kids too—wholesome wheat for nourishment, the special honey and sugar coating for flavor, plus quick energy. What a combination! OR EAT IT LIKE CANDV! It's fun to cat plain—right out of the bag. It's so swccl and crisp you'll keep on nibbling and nibbling. You just can't leave it alone. Pul Post's Sugar Crisp on your grocery lisl now. Ii's tlic new cereal that has everything! 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