The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 25, 1950
Page 12
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PAGE TWtT-VH JBLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sunshine Season Aids Food Variety Precious Minutes Saved by Using Canned Products It's the fresh air and sunshine reason! So help yourself lo lots o( both by using your canned meat shelf to save precious minutes In meal planning and preparation. Stock up on a variety of items such as tasty corned bee/ hash, langy luncheon meat and spicy Vienna sausage. From this ever-ready meal supply you'll have meals which are "wink-quick" to prepare, as well as nutritious and penny-wise too! Here's a canned meat special using corned beef hash which will put a twinkle into your menus. You'll be proud lo serve tills fruit studded beauty to your guests. Corned Ilcrf Hash Juliilec (Serves 5 lo fij 2 cans corned beef hash 6 canned peach halves Catsup Firmly pack corned beef hash into a well greased pquart taking; dish. Make indentations lor peach halves with (lie back of a spoon. Place peaches in indentations, fill centers with cal.sup. and bake In a 350 degree P. oven for 45 minute's Allow to stand 10 minutes on a rjick Then cut into squares around peaches and remove with a pancake turner. A wonderful idea for a cheery spring dinner or luncheon are (hesc savory luncheon meat and fruit morsels on skewers, drizzled with sauce, and deliciouslv broiled. Skewered Mraf—Frtiit N'ugk'els (Six skewers) 1 can luncheon meat 2 bananas 1 14-oz. can pineapple chunks *,~ cup brown sugar 2 tablespoons vinegar 1 tablespoons catsup ,1 tablespoon water H teaspoon ground cloves For the sauce, mix together brown sugar, vinegar, catsup, water nnd cloves, Cut meat into 1-inch qubcs (makes 18 cubes), slice bananas Into -K Inch pieces. Alternate meat and-fruit'on skewers, using (per skewer) 3 meat cubes, 2 banana slices and 1 pineapple gj.unk. Flaw skewers In shallow p«n, pour some sauce over each and broil 3 Inches from heat 2 minutes per side. Serve with any sauce left In the pan spooned over the skewered food. (Use left over canned pineapple In salad or dessert,) When "It's later than you think" and time Is at its shortest, here's a Mhlz of a meal that's ns good lasting as It Is good for you. It's a one dish casserole Ireat In which you have no white sauce to make and, due lo the corn content, no potatoes to prepare. The seasoning ingredients are those found in mos kitchens and any leftovers iron this hearty dish will make a lastj lunch for the- following day. Vienna Sausage—Corn Casserole (Serves 6) 2 1-lb cans whole Kernel corn 2 cans Vienna sausage 3 tablespoons finely chopped onion 3 tablespoons catsup 1',! tenspnoiis Worcestershire sauce 1 can mushroom soup Empty well drained corn ijito a mixing bowl. Add contents of one can Vienna sausage, cut Into half- inch lengths. Add onion, catsup Worcestershire sauce and undiluted mushroom soup, (No salt needed.I Pour mixture into well greased casserole. Arrange second can of Vienia sausage on op. spoke fashion. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees F 'or 30 minutes. Blythcville Bay Goes To Memphis to Collect Prize from Film Cowboy "lilrten 1'. Wright, son of Mr mid Mrs Oscar Fcndler. 1112 West Ash went, to Memphis today to collect' Iran cowboy movie star Roy Rogers. "Chip" was one of the winners in the Commercial Appeal's letter writing contest. He was to be presented a Roy Rogers lassoc By the popular cowboy actor this afternoon in the Goodwin Institute Building. 4KiMM«tt^HMMMMMMI^HI^Bh~ A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT \ MACARONI-SPAGHETTI v PURE EGG NOODLES Cream/ Dessert Gets Fruit Trim For Decorations Now and then we'd like to start recipe copy with a line ot stars , meaning that what's cooking in the Mtclien is pretty special such tribute can be paid n i ruu cnrt . tail-chocolate water creamy uclatln dessert. Tills decorative and delicate dpj- tert to tempt the palates of Ihe young and younger is a blend 01 canned fruit cocktail, lemon-flavored gelatin and evaporated milk. Tlifie Ingredients arc molded ill three tiers «-IUi alternating layers of chocolate wafer crumbs. Tills cuslard-like dessert gains in color and texture .Interest with the fruii cocktail and chocolate wafer enrichment. Fruit Cuctd.iil-C'Jirjtolafc IVafcr Cream Dessert 1 (ail can evaporated milk, icj cold 1 cup chocolate wafer crumbs 1 No. 2'i can fruit cocktail 1 cup hot Iniit cocktail syrup 1 package lemon flavored gelatin 1'2 cup sugar 1|4 teaspoon salt 14 cup lemon Juice. 1 tea.siwon grated lemon rind Pour evaporated milk into frcez- 1113 tray of refrigerator and chill until ice crystals have formed around Hie edge. Place cookies on waxed paper and crumble with rolling pin. Drain fruit cocktail; measure syrup. Dissolve seia'in In hot syrup. Add sugnr, salt, lemon juice and rind; stir until sllsar is dissolved, chill until slightly thick- ened. Whip chilled evaporated milk until stiff; ^at In gelatin mixture. Fold In drained fruit cocktail. Turn one-third of the cream mixture Into I 2^z quart mold. Sprinkle over 1J2 tup of the choTOlatc wafer crumbs Repeat, ending with a top layer of j Ihe cream mixture. Chill until firm. Unniold on serving platter. YIELD: ' 10 -servings. Shrimp bran, ground shells and heads, is a high-protein livestock feed. WOMEN! Are The«« Sign* Warning You O: CHANGE OF LIFE? you of "th« change." IE B «'. wurryinVworiM her? relieve *uch Hisromloru. During !hr» Jense, Jittcjry li™ lh n ,,, ani U have {ntin<l lardul to fee amazingly southing anrf <yjm- fnrlinj;. Cardul abo h«]|!H relax Ihxl horrible pent-up f*clinK. «ncoifra K ini; better tieep for n<Me<l cfrenxlh snrf vitftKLy, Action, It civcs KrA-n<i aiil In bijiWinc re- sulance FO oflen n«-fft.rl d'lrinfc change «f lire. Make "the changf." as CKSV net you ai possible. Ask today for i bcvltte of Cardui. for Top Quality Beef Cuts Always ask for tender, flavor-rich BEEF GROVER'S BODY SHOP Clear Lake Ave. * Clark St. Expert Body and Fender Repair Highest Quality. Auto Pairilinjj All Typos Radiator Work Hy Highly Skilled Mechanics Kvcry .lob Guaranteed Owned & Operated by Grover Canada Phone 6981 HERE THEY ARE AGAIN! Fresh, Fully Dressed Deliciously Tender Freshly packed in bags—Old Judge or MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE - Ib. 69c Halves in heavy syryp MICHIGAN PEARS - - No.2can15c Fresh white RICELAND RICE - - - lb.pkg.11c Blue Plare PEANUT BUTTER - - 12 oz. jar 29c Blue Plate APPLE JELLY 12oz.jar15c Premium or SUNSHINE CRACKERS - Ib. box 22c Swift's Brookfieid AMERICAN CHEESE - - 2lb.box69c Economical stew men I BRISKET OF BEEF .,. 290 For (icliciiiits siininuT htndu's BOILED HAM Lb . 890 Frcsli, Iron-Rich PORK LIVER u ,.290 Lots of FREE PARKING Space Fresh CROWDER PEftS 2 Lbs 290 F''rcsh, juicy yellow cars SWEET CORK 6 cl rs 190 II S. No. 1 firm red POTATOES ,... 10 o,,«c,?2.99 FREEMAN-HENLEY GROCERY AND MARKET I Wcsl Main — Across from The MOJC .ols & Lots of Free Parking Space THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1950 ' Food for Picnics at Kroger's EVERYDAY LOW PRICES FULL SHANK HALF Shank half includes full share of center slices. ib v FULL BUTT HALF 52' 62' Butt half includes full sha.., of center slices. ~~" HE KROGER CUT GIVES YOU FULL SHARE OF CHOICE CENTER SLICES Ready to Eat ,' Cp^f! RA»j i. !b *, DlfNIPC iu z& ^"wiUuiii •_ piig. 1 670 I IvIllLj ' |P P J^ Kroger Hot-I)uled Coffee Swift Premium Fruit.Decorat«d SALT MEAT, - Streak o' Lean WHITING - Dressed - - - - Ib. 25-Lb. • Bag Jag I 59 Krog. Bread 2 27c New Kroger Super Soft i PRESERVES 2 Kroger Cherry PEACHES 2 Avondale Sfr'ced or Halves Orangeade 2 Hi-C JUICE 3 12-oz. Jars No. 21/2 cans 46-ox. cans 46-Gi. cons Kroger Orange CORN 3 Avondoie Cream Style Yellow Mackerel 2 r 29c Standard FLOOR ; 25 - 1 -"- Avondale, Plain or Self-Rising OLfllES ; , --590 Kmfonss'y Plain ' ^L STRAWBElilS n c£-390 Winter Garden—Presh ICECREAM 2 linl «59)! Tafl Moody . ! SHERBET Ql 390 Tnft jMuorty 3lC CRACKERS ^230 Kroger Kxlra Thin MARSHMALLOWS 2 ^ 350 Kroger PEANUTS Circus DRESSING ^k^^ Embassy Salad 47C ICED TEA - 490 ! ,. • • • a- r ] Kroger UMAS ,.., ? an2 100 While and Green Beans PEAS Peanut Buller ';: 29c i FROSTEE Peter Pan—Plain or Crunchy S Red Ripe — Juicy Sweet WATERMELONS Red Ripe, Swcel ...,, |70 Tender, Yellow POTATOES U. S. No. 1 Washed, New Red Liplnn Mix POLISH Griffin While Shoe WHEATIES Urcakfasl of Champions CIGARETTES All I'oimliir Uiands 2SJ270 2,, BS 250 Got. iinXW HYDROX •• ^'230 Sunshine Cookies

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