The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1950 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 18, 1950
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN New Mix Recipes Aid to Baking Pastry, Cream Puffs Use Basic Mix Ready For a Variety Test Bj- CKCtl,y RKOWNSTOXE Associated Press Fuori Killlor Here's baking news. With Hie following recipe you can make a basic mix ready to be used in a variety of Kays. The mix was developer during four years of research in the test kitchens of a large food concern. You do the mtissy Job of measuring the flour, baking powder, snlt and shortening ahead ol time an dthen add the other ingredients needed for each individual dish later. Here arc recipes for the mix and two delectable desserts to be marie from it; Basic Quick-Mix Ingredients: 4',C- cups silftcd all purpose flour, 2 tablespoons double-acting baking powder, 1V 2 teaspoons salt, I cup shortening. Method: Stir flour, baking powder-and salt together well. Sift into a large bowl. Add .shortening Use finger tips or pastry blender to distribute shortening throughout, dry ingredients , until the mixture resembles coarse cornmcnl. if the quick-mix is not. used Immediately, store in a closed canister in pantry. Makes about G'i cups. Recipe may be doubled and kept on hand to save time. Quirk-Mix Pastry Ingredients: 2 cups quick-mix (do not pack), 1'4 cup butter or margarine. 1'4 cup hot water (scunt). Method: Heat butctr In water until melted. Sprinkle over the mix, blending with a spatula or fnrk. Turn dough out on waxed paper. Shape into a ball and cover with the paper. Chill at least 30 minutes in refrigerator. Hoi] out for pastry as needed. Makes 2 eight-inch crusts. Quick-Mix Cream Fuffs Ingredients: 1 cup quick-mix (do not pack), 3;4 cup boiling water, 2 eggs. Method: Add mix to boiling water In a sauce pan. Stir over low heat about 1 minute until dough Is smooth, follows the spoon aud forms in a ball. Remove from heat immediately. Add eggs .one at a time, stirring and beating. Beat vigorously. Drop by spoonfuls on baking sheet. Bake In a moderately hot f400P.) oven for 15 minutes. Then reduce heat and bake In a moderate (350F. to 375P.) oven 20 minutes more. Let stand In warm oevn (with door open) about !0 minutes to dry out. Makes 5 large puffs. r~ •LYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PUDDING FOR KATI E_Kalle. onins oulamt In the Central Park 7.oo. New York, Imitates her keeper. Luke McCabe, • as she eats her daily ration, a mixture of rice puddiuf and frulU. The highest suspension bridge in he R-orld spans the canyon of he Arkansas River over the Royal orge In Colorado. Great to relieve 'PERIODIC' Denmark encompasses more than 500 islands. Helps Build Up Resistance flgainst Them! Do functional monthly ailment* mnkc you sufTcr from pains at such times? And do you start .suffering a few days be/ore your period Ironi nervous, strangely restless, weak, draBgliig fccl- ines—clue to th« cause? Then start tnkiny I,ydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Coinpouncl to relieve such symptoms. Pitikham's Compound DOES MORE Om» relieve this monthly pain. It aho relieves accompanying ncrvou.s, tense emotions of this nature. Regular usa helps build up resistance against such female distress. The woman's friend I LYDIA E. PlHKHflM'S Corrugated' Merol Culverts Sizes up to 84 in. Automatic Flood Gates Concrete Culvert Til* Sizes up to 36 in. Concrete Septic Tanks Metal Seplic Tanks Sewer Tile Best I'ricej l) e j[ TCT A.H.WEBB Highway 61 at State Line Phone 714 frigidaire's exclusive Live-Water Action produces rolling, penetrating currents of hot sudsy wafer that wash clothes through and through with no pulling or yanking. Clothes are in water all the time—not half-in, half-out. Antl the same Live-Water Action that washes clothes cleaner, rinses them twico in fresh, clean water. See a demonstration of Live^ Waler Action. There's nothing else like ill Only FRIGIDAIRE has all these features! All-Porcelain inside and aul Loads from the Fop Put it anywhere, no boiling down Clog-Proof Water Pump Underwater Sudl Distributor Flow-Temp Waler Volve Direct-Drive Unimatic Mechanism TH£ AU-PORC£LAIM AutomgficWashj ir FRIGIDAIRE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER _ ^ No more clothes lines or wealher worries I Dries clothes as Fast as you wash them, tn 15-25 minute i clothes come out sweet-smelling, soil, fluff- dried, ready for immediate use or for ironing. Adams Appliance Co., inc. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 2(,G \V. Mnin . . . SAT.KS & SKRVICR . . . Phone 2071 Salesmen: (.corse Ford, M. 0. Hooper, i; ric Whilley, Troy Myrich. Dal. Y . Cal ; P'-/^"nila), Karl Umlson (l.eachville). »uo'-he°T 1CI1S> "- C ' A - & Zenilh Uiulios & Television, .Mnv( ag , Cheap Beans High in Protein Nourishment tow-cost dried beans are lilgh | n nourishment. Being rlcli In vegetable protein, they combine wllh meat or cheese iniiim;il prolein) u> produce low-cosl first quality nutrition for your family. The Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics of the Department of Agriculture suggests these two'recipes, calling attention to the •bountiful dried beans on haml. Baked Chill B«nj anti Ilamtiur t cr (Serves 4) One and one-Ulfrds 'cups dry Chili or kidney beans, water, ^ pound ground beef, 3 tablespoons drippings or oilier fat, 1 medium- sliced onion, sliced, 1 clove garlic sliced, 1 green pepper, minced, 2 cups cooked or canned tomatoes 1 teaspoon salt, chill powder to taste. Soak beans overnight In cold water or 4 to 5 hours in lukewarm water to cover. Cook In the same water until almost, tender. Brown meat In fat. Add onion, garlic green pepper, tomatoes and salt aud cook a few minutes. (Two and one-half cups raw tomatoes, cut in pieces, may be used Instead of 2 cups of cooked tomatoes.) Add the meat mixture and chill powder to beans. Place In a bakinp dish or bean pot. Cover and bake in a moderate oven (.150 degrees F > about 2 hours. Uncover during tlie last half hour to brown the beuns If desired. Or cook the mixture slowly for about one hour. Japs Want Treaty TOKYO.' May !8. (/P) _ p,| me Minister Shigru Yoshlda called »gain yesterday for an early peace treaty—and Indicated he does not care If Russia and Red china do not sign It. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 195« Idaho is the largest silver producing state. NERVOUS! STOMACH «liCTM diatriBiiag »jmptom« ntu*. belching, blotting Bad wlie du« to •aa A[.I.lUINtM«b««DKUatiAca]l^ t««t«d yjacton md fond V«h!r •'•eliTe.Warld jmom-i»or.Um«'Abimo«»«Htoj.u. ALMMIN of "n Sttvart Drag Store BIjihevllle, Ark. "Store Teeth" Businest Booming in Israel TEL AVIV, Israel —W)— Th« "store teeth" business ij booming In Israel. A big factory near the heart of Tel Aviv turns out large quantities of nrtiflcal teeth which help to plug the holes In the mouths of people in many foreign lands. FOR SORE PAINFUL HERE is SOOTHING *m rlUUo* tailed br SuapU piu^ p'n> 'i rorooU from r»ow T Clink X.. ...ibU. !„ l« 1 H[~x IUrt.1 O^b. plump and tender FRANKFURTERS (Qrv&iaccd For an economical meal, try MEATS Fresh, White River CATFISH ,,550 Honeless fresh CATFISH , b 390 390 CHUM SALMON-No. 1iaikan33c V Domino factory packed pure CANESUGAR---10ibbag89 (For better baking CRISCO - ... 3ibcan75c Rushed fresh to Liberty Cash—full-flavored coffe. MAXWELL HOUSE ---n.,69c Adami sweetened Florida ORANGE JUICE - - 46 <« 37c Lb. Sliced Wicklow BACON Brisket of Beef STEW MEAT Lb 29 Fresh fish All popular brands CIGARETTES- carion Joan of Arc WHITING , b 130 KIDNEY BEANS 2 Pure 1>olk Eatwell SAUSME -350 SARDINES 2 tall cans Fresh ocean SHRIMP Full dressed FAT HENS ft 350 Fresh < ni « siz « COUNTRY EGGS tall cans 250 fr. Pride of Illinois 750 CORM c«. St y /e 2 ° Famous Philadelphia CREAM CHEESE 15* Pkg. Dole's Sliced PINEAPPLE No. 2 Con Fam-Lee Vienna SAUSAGE Z Ooz. Delbrook uncolored MARGARINE 2 S1.871 Fisher's mild CHEESE 2 Use Pet Milk in your cooking PET MILK 3 Ibs. ib. box ca°ns Ideal DOG FOOD 3 « 25< STRAWBERRIES Fresh Home Grown Leachville Strawberries ' Red Ripe Firm Berries QUART NEW POTATOES -« ORANGES "£E- 5 £ 35< CORN ON COB ---«' 6.-25*

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