The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 1, 1950
Page 13
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TKimSDAY, JUNE 1, 1950 BT,rniEVTU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Good Breakfast Keeps a Husband Happy And Healthy, Bride of One Year Advises Here's a Quick 'Snow' Pudding Bf GAYNOK MAWDOX NBA Staff Writer "A happy husband is a healthy husband." That's a dish of advice to 1950 brides from u lovely 1949 bride. § e's Mrs. John Kvaushatu, .319 enue o, New York City. Her husband Is a sales engineer. Rita, who made the trip to the altar Just over a year ago, feels that her husband needs to start the day with an adequate breakfast. She believes that a young bride.should prepare a good breakfast every morning, in turn, she'll find that her husband's day will run much smoother. Also—and this Is Important—he'll be more cheerful and a lot happier tor it John, a sales engineer, says good breakfast makes him think better. Rita believes that if she does her part in providing a good beakfast, her husband will be able to turn out more work during the morning. Like all brides, she wants her man to get ahead. The Kraushaars usually star with fruit or fnit juice. The favorite cereal at this house is bran flakes with milk. They complete the meal with some kind of breac or toast and butter, and, of course coffee. Fat a special breakfast treat Hit! makes bran griddle cakes. Here's her recipe for 1050 brides. 1 Hran (;ritl[ll<! Cukes (About 2 dozen) y.One and three-quarters cups milk, rfbpup whole bran, l',4 cups sitted Lft-purpose flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder. 1 teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons sugar, z eggs, welt beaten. 1 tablespoon melted fat. Pour milk over bran; let soak 5 minutes. Shift together flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Add eggs-to bran mixture. Add dry ingredients; mix enough to dampen. Add fat; mix In quickly. Add ft little more milk if necessary to make batter of thick pouring consistency. Bake on a hot greased griddle, turning to brown when cakes bubble on top. Serve hot with syrup. Here's another aid to happiness nil day long. Bran Blueberry muffin* BRAN BLUEBERRY MUFFINS and corn Makes are stamina-building foods which help a husband start liis working day right. (9 muffins— t l /\ Inches in whole bran and milk; let soa until most of moisture is taken up Sift flour with baking powder an diameter) Two tablespoons 'fat, li cup su- 0^1% 1 egg, 1 cut whole bran, ?i cup milk, 1 cut sifted all-purpose r lour, 21L' teaspoons baking powder, \' : teaspoons salt, \-i cup bluc- ocrries. Blend sugar and fat thoroughly; add egg and beat well. Stir in salt; mix with blueberries, add first mixture and stir only unt combined. Pill greased muflin pan two-thirds full and bake In mod erately hot oven (400 degrees 20 to 30 minutes. 'Quick-Do' Cinnamon Buns Add a Bi Of Newness to Menu for Any Meal By OAYNOR MADDOX NEA Slatf Writer Just because something a little different makes the menu seem a lot more Interesting, take a look at new menu: Quick-Do CIniminnn Buns Three cups sifted all-purpose flour, l»fe teaspoons baking soda, •Yt. teaspoon salt. 113 cup sugar, 1|3 cup shortening, 1 cake compressed yeast or 1 package dry granula yeast, K cup lukewarm water, tablespoons vinegar plus enoug milk to make -X cup liquid. Sift some flour onto a piece waxed paper. Measure 3 cups. Si with baking soda, salt and su into large mixing bowl. Cut shortening with pastry blender two knives, until mixture resembl coarse corn rneal. Soften yeast A frothy-peaked applesauce snow is turned out lov dessert time with whisk of an egg beate when nned sauce Ls used. No cooking Ls ccc.ssnry. Canned applesauce, lemon juice ul nutmeg arc folded into sweet- icd, beaten eyg whites. This desert, good for every member of the amily, can be made JuH before living. Applesauce snow is festive by it?lf, but can be served with cream r u custard sauce. This dessert just one more \vay to use canned pplcsauce. Canned Applesauce Snou l |f . cups canned applesauce. . chilled s /i teaspoon nutmeg 1 tablespoon lemon Juice 2 egg whites ] ,i CUE) sugar To the, canned applesauce, adc he nutmeg and Ictuon juice Beat iiUil stiff, then add sugar, a tablc- poon at a time and continue to ieat until very stiff. Fold in applc- iauce. Serve plain or with creaii or custard sauce. Yield; 4 to 5 lervings. Master Menu Results in Less Work, More Fun on Picnics ukewarm water according to tUrec ions on pjickage. Let, stand at. leas 10 minutes. Combine vinegar and milk and :ieat to Itikcwarin. Add to yeast. Gradually add liquid to dry mtx- ,ure, stirring only until Hour is blended and dough nulls away from ides of bowl. Dough should be as soil as cnn be handled. Turn onto lightly floured boiird and knead gently for i minute. Roll dough into rectangle \\ -inch thick. Spread with butter, brown* sugar and cinnamon. Roll up from long side. Cut In 7i -inch slices. Place cut side down in greased 8-lnch layer pan. Let rise for about one hour, or until doubled in bulk. In a warm vlace (90 degrees to 95 degrees F.)- Bake in a moderately hot oven (375 degrees P.) about 15 minutes. Ice while warm with Plain icing. Plain lelnff Mix together and b c i\ t until smooth, \'* cup sifted confectioners' sugar. 2 teaspoons milk and is teaspoon vanilla extract. Suggesllons for n master menu for Icss-work-ruid-more-piny plc- ics Include assorted sniidwIche-Sj evcrftl fillings on bran picnic buns, nacRFonl sttlad, pickles and olives. :ookles ontl soft drinks. For the first picnic of the year, icre arc some sandwich com bin titans that will assure a succcssfu ouLIng. There'll be no soggy rolls f fillings are packed In paper con- .fliners nnd sandwiches made on .he spot. Ilran 1'irnlc Buns 'I; cup shortening U cup sugar 2 cups all-bran 2 teEisp-ons salt 1 1 cup boiling water 2 eggs, beaten 2 cakes compressed yeast or 2 pncks\}!es granular yeast 1 cup lukewarm w ter G (or more) cups sifted flour Put shortening, sugar, tiran nnd salt in large mixing bowl; add boiling water and stir until shortening is melted. Let stand until mixture is lukewarm. Add oggs and yeast which hns been softened In lukewarm water. Acid half the flour and beat until smooth; add remaining flour, mix well. Let until double in hulk: punch down. Form brills of dough; place In greased baking j sheet nnd flatten slightly. Lot mt in n warm place until double ir bulk. Bfike in moderately hot oven (42IS degrees F.) about 15 minutes Yield: 3 dozen picnic buns nch diameter). Texas Filling Put through fond chopper frr ments of leftover meat; there should be 214 cups. Acid 2 tablespoons grated onion. Combine 1 with ',& cup tomato Juice, season highly with salt, a pinch of cayenne pepper nnd I teaspoon chill powder and 1 teaspoon chlH powder. Cook until mixture Is thoroughly blended and reaches the boiling pot lit. stirring constantly. ricpiAnt Cheese Spread Mash 14 pound Old Engllsl cheese or Snappy cheese with 2 abJospoons mayonnaise, 1 table ipoon catsup and \'-t cup th\ol; ninced sweet pickle. Carrot Tilling To 1 cup (Muled raw carrots, ad< tablespoons, 1 scan ;easpoon salt, a few grains of pep per, \f> cup broken nut meats. :spoon lemon Juice aud n ftv drops of Worcestershire MIUCI Hlend well. vor oilers good contrast to a hearty oast or casserole. And when the .lidding Is topped with puCIs of ,oldeu meringue it looks like spring tsclf. Speed the making of the pudding by using a package of vanilla pud- ling mix. Combine it with sliced oranges and top with fluffy meringue. Hake until delicately browned and serve slightly warm right, from the enameled casserole. Omngc Blossom 1'utldlng 1 package varrilla. puiUUng mix 4 oranges, peeled and sliced 2 egg whites 3 table-ipcons sugar Prepare pudding according to th« directions on the package. Fold in sliced oranges, reserving a lew slices for garnishing the servings. Pour Into a life-quart porcelain enameled pudding pan. Top with puffs ol meringue made by beating the egg whites until stiff and folding in tha •sugar. Bake in a alow oven (325P,) for about 15 minutes—until delicately browned, Serve garnished with or (knife slices. Makes 5 servings. Sugar maple trees live up to 500 years. Orange Puddmg Perfect Dessert After Heavy Mea! A tart onmq;o pudding Is an cn- Liring answer to the question of \vhnt to lv;ivc Tor dessert niter ii heavy menl. The tnngy orange Ma- We're Proud of Our Work ine work • Woodwork tacluring • Welding BARKSDALE MFG. CO. lUiuliine work Alamilacturing "See here, Hector . . . just because you didn't get that raise is no excuse for us spending our vacation at home! March right over to GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION and get one of their easy-to-pay vocation loans!" REFRESHING Fresh SQUASH Ib.l2c ^'fiV •^VsT ^ FOR SUMMER MENUS For sandwiches, Boned Chicken, 53c 6 Delicious Favors BONED TURKEY ^490 JELLO 3 Pkgs 230 For sn easy-to-prepare supper Hydrox Sunshine SPAM „.. ST 440 COOKIES ^ Pkg 230 Armour's Gold Coast whole—No. 2'/2 can BEEF STEW Fresh Bell Pepper Ib.ISc N c an2 290 SPICED PEACHES 270 H I" ^| ^ Fresh Dressed Tender II ^/\, ENS '»,»,„, lb. 29° Heil Brand lean 3 to 5 lb. avj. Kraft's famous SLICEDBRCOH .. lb . 370 VELVEETA .... 2£ 650 Streak O' Lean i/, S i 7 . e fliil cans SALT MEAT lb . 180 SARDINES 3 cans 250 Lean pork x Slanctard NECK BONES lb . 150 TOMATOES 2 ^230 * Kraft's Wisconsin Deliriously flavored HOOP CHEESE lb 370 HEINZ KETCHUP MF . 250 Minnie iMaid frozen I.EiMONADE * MIX 2 for 490 Firm, Fresh Cucumbers lb. 20c SHOP THIS WEEKEND AT FREEMAN-HENLEY'S! Knjoy Southern Fried Chicken lliis f Sunday ami really save money. Your whole family will lilce llicse juicv fryers. , .battery fed and fully dressed. Huy two! . . . . ' FRYERS Fresh Yellow Crowder Peas lb.18c SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER! Armour's CHILI WITH BEANS AND HOT TAMALES 2 7 Lb. Cans for Frostcc, T.ipfon's ICE CREAM MIX 2 PkBS 250 Southern Daisy plain or SR FIOUR 25^159 For zcsly salads WESSON OIL ,,540 Pure CANE SUGAR 10! 890 Missouri Grown Tomatoes Ib.ISc PET MILK 3 *™* 330 Admiration COFFEE ' 750 Jergens TOILET SOAP 3 »-. \9( Bring Your Coupons In! TIDE Large Box 4 T j with coupon \ 3C LUTTRELL f S F1NE Corner of Sixth & Chickasawba FOODS Phon. 2011 Old Judge and Maxwell House Delicious for Pancakes Hclnz SAVE! DILL PICKLES - - - qt. 25c Michigan, in heavy syrup PEAR HALVES-No. 2 can 15c Heinz TOMATO SOUP-Mo. 1 canlOc Red Cross SPAGHETTI pkg. Ic Charmin soft, strong TOILET TISSUE - - 4rolls29c Kills kitchen odors quick! WIZARD WICK - Bollle39c Good quality Your family will enjoy Fresh crisp KITCHF.HBROOMS890 BOSLEDHUM....,„ 890 CARROTS 2 „„ 150 AA Grade Tender c;ond qnalily, lean Fresh CHUCK ROAST , 590 SLICED BACON , 390 SPINACH , 100 For summer meals, all meal ({eel ripe slicing (jnality , U. S. No. 1 red BOLOGNA ,„ 390 TOMATOES iM«b.12i0 POTATOES .!°S West Main — Across from the Mox Theater FREEMAN-HENLEY GROCERY and MARKET

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