The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 10, 1949
Page 13
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUEIER NEWS Harvest Colors Brighten Tables Thanksgiving Table Needs Fall Shades In the Centerpiece fled, yelloiv,' erceiu and 'browns, ml the harvest .colors belong In the Thanksgiving tahle centerpiece. To get them, use harvest fruits and vegetables—squash, apples, quinces, grapes, penrs, cauliflower and plums. Pile tastefully into a low mound and sot off wllh tall ivory candles . mounted In hollowed-out quinces or apples. Use a linen clojh witli harvest pattern, fine china decorated with wheat sprays can help carry ouf, ia>e scheme. To complete the har- ^7st theme, decorate each folded napkin with a .sprig of bittersweet or a little cluster of straw flowers. After the lordly Thanksgiving dinner, there is always the question—what shall we do with, the leftover turkey'/ Here arc. two novel and dehi-ious answers: Turkey a la King (8 to 10 servlnoRS) One-half cup butler or fortified margarine. 1 tablespoon grnteri onion, 1 <3-rmnce) can sliced broiled mushrooms, ',i cup flour, 1 teaspoon salt, few grains pepper, 1 teaspoon paprika, 2 cups evaporated milk, 1 cup giblet broth or canjic-rf chicken broth, 1 cup beer 4 cups rtlced turkey, 2 pimientoes diced. 1 green pepper, diced, teaspoon rosemary (optional). Melt butter or margarine; adc onion and mushrooms, cook over low heat 5 rhinutes. Combine flour salt, pepper and paprika, -blend with mushroom mixture. Combini evaporated millc. broth and beer add; cook over hot water, stirring constantly until thickened. Artc turkey, pimientoes, green peppc and rosemary. Cover and cook 1 minutes longer. Serve on rice. Curried Turkey ' (4 <o 6 Krvlnjo) One-quarter cup salad oil. \ oup chopped onion, li cup choppei apple, 3 tablespoons flour, 2 teaspoons curry powder, >,i teaspoon ginger, 1J4 cups leftover gravy, 1 cup beer, s»lt nnd pepper to taste. ^3 to 3 cups cubed, leftover turkey. ^' Heat salad oil; adrt onion and apple; cook 8 minutes. Combine flour, curry powder and ginger; add and blend. Add gravy nnd beer.t stir over low heat until smooth. Simmer 10 minutes. Add meat; r simmer 5 minutes longer. Serve with fluffy rice. Dutch Apple Cake Of Good Ole Days Is Still Favorite In Grandmother's day, Hie apple season meant cake as well as pie. A good custom deserves our attention, particularly now that apples of all typos and In all .parts of the country are abundant. ; ' The Unltcrt States Department ol Agriculture says these two recipes are both inc.xpenoslve and wonder-' 'ully good: Applesauce Cake One-hall cup fat, 1 cup sugar, 1 egg, 1 cup smooth unsweetened applesauce, 2 cups sifted, all-purpose flour, \y teaspoon baking soda, -'i .easpoons baking powder, Vi teaspoon salt, J /j teaspoon clmiajiion. OODLES OF APPLES-Th'e biggest apple crop since 1039 has created a "dangerous" surplus that even government buying can't absorb. This year's harvest would provide almost a bushel of apples for every person in (he United States. Growers are conducting a strenuous selling drive and the government is buying more apples for federal school lunches to help ': ease the surplus. Russian Troops Leaves Soviet Zone of Germany FRANKFORT, Germany. Nov. 10 (AP)—The newspaper Abendpost said today that Russian troops have been withdrawing by liight from the Soviet Zone of Germany. A U.S Army intelligence source' at Heildel- oerg said he was unable to confirm the report^ California's Newest Gold Rush Suffers a Setback; Ore Turns Out to Be Brass CASTAIC, Calif.. Nov 1(—(/K>— California's latest gold strike was B little too strong'on brass. A rash of gala 'fever spread through-,* this little community when Charley Allen discovered shiny metal In a well behind his cafe. Prospectors converged on the <° w ' op'y 10 miles from the 8 ite of California's first gold discovery in 1842. * They thought Allen had the real thing. Claims were filed and samples of the golden stuff were sent to the flssayers. The assayer's report quickly cured the fever, it said there was a little gold all right, but that the •hiny ituff was bras«. , teaspoon nutmeg, :loves. .",..-, . 'A' teaspoon ' This Press Agent's Gag Turns'Out to Be a Bird Of an Idea for Oregon M MCMINNVILLB, Ore., Nov. 10- Wi— A press agent's gng—sending a turkey to Turkey—worked out pretty .well for the guy who '.nought It up. He's going too. Of course he'll have to feed' the alrd and sec that it arrives in championship condition, but that's no problem. "I've talked with people who know about those things," said Gene Maleckl.; Maleckl, a Snlem; Ore,, resident, Is manager of the pacific Coast turkey exhibit here. President Ismel Inonu's secretary general, Cemil l.csll, said the President would be pleased to receive the fowl. That pleased C. w ..,,.,.,.,,.„,, Norton of Portland, president • of a cage and Transporter of Forged Check Awaits Sentence OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 10. <AP) —A federal,district court jury yesterday convicted Harold Dyford of trans|X>rllng a forged $25,000 check in Interstate commerce. Sentencing WSLS set for next Monday. The gov- ecki a round-trip ticket to deliver the bird personally. So, after Maleckl supervises such things as judging a demonstration of dogs herding turkeys into n pen. the serving of lurkcytnirgcr to the exhibit crowds, the mailing of the champion dressed bird to President Truman and other birds to 48 governors, he'll herd the champion live bird tnlc* a special lioultry [inn. Norton bought Mai- Ankara via Istanbul- off Nov. 10 for eminent alleged the check WM m«l | to buy liquor In Bhreveport, r*. EITM Uf I«»..CMIY'$ CAIRIES THE FLAVOI PAGE THIRTEEN for quick lunches and ' delicious dmncr% serve* 3 flavor-rich CHILI th» economical, h*t main dith for <oM day* MIMPMII MCKIN* <•. , Cream fat, sugar and spices together. Add the beaten egg. then the applesauce. Sift'Tlour wltr soda salt and baking powder and add to the liquid mixture. Beat well and pour into a greased pan — preferably 0x0x2 Inches in size. Bake In a moderate oven (325 to 350 degrees F.I for 40 to 45 minutes. v Hutch Apple Cake (It may be used as a sweet hot bread for breakfast or lunch or as a simple dessert for dinner) One and one-half cups sifted all-purpose flour, 1(3 cup sugar, 2 teaspoons baking powdeV, »i teaspoon salt, 1!3 cup fat, 1 egg. beaten. '-= cup milk, 3 medium-sized apples. li teaspoon cinnamon, 2 tablespoons table fat, 2 tablespoons mild syrup. Sift together flour, 3 tablesnoor. of the sugar, baking powder and salt. Cut in the 1[3 cup fat with 2 knives or pastry blender. Combine egg and milk. Add to dry mixture. Mix to a soft dough. Spread dough in a shallow greased pan. Pare, core and slice apples, Place on dough in rows of over-lapping slices. Mix remaining sugar with cinnamon. Sprinkle over apples Dot with lable fat. Bake In moderately hot oven (375 degrees F.) 40 to 45 minutes. Remove from oven and pour syrup over apple topping. 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POTATOES 10 1!)S 29 Fresh. Crisp SWEET APPLES „ 5 4 |C .... 7 ASPARAGUS CHOICE MEATS !''rosli Dressed TENDER FRYERS r , 54 CounlrV Sfyle Pure PORK SAUSAGE 3 U » 93< Wilson's Certified CHUCK ROAST u; 49 Slew Meat BRISKET 0'BEEF ,„ 35 C Delicious FRESH SHRIMP Ib 69 GREEN BEANS No. 2 Can 24' Argo Brand CATSUP 2 14 or. BottUi 23 Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL No. can Pel Monte Halve* PEACHES 2 No. 2Yi cans 49' TOO TISSUE AMBASSADOR 3 rolls 20c Del Monte Early GARDEN PEAS No. 303 can 18 Admiration 'Half Hill's''• Git Tuna °* 23c COFFEE Fresh, delicious Ib. 59- Firm, Fresh Pure Lard ::: 55c Domino Pure Cane Sugar :; 89c You'll like it! Amboy Evp. Milk =::: 29c Fresh Pullet Eggs ° 39c VEGETABLES Red Ripe for slicing TOMATOES - - - - Ib. Michigan bleached CELERY - - - - 2 stalks 25? 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