The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1950 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 1, 1950
Page 15
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THURSDAY, TONE 1, 1WO BLTTHETTLLE (ARTC.V COTJWTKR WEWS PAGE FIFTEEN Milk Products Plenty in June Nourishing Foods At Wholesome Best During Late Spring If there's anyone as busy as bees during the month of Jutie, it's the 'fflttelns and the Jerseys and the Ciffirnseys — the producers of im- lure's wonderful food, milk. During June, milk production hits an all- lime high. And during June, proclaimed as Dairy Month, milk is at Its wholesome best. So bring out a of enriched or whole-grain yeast bread, some margarine or butter, and a quart ol milk. TliLs combination of nourishing foods can't be beat. Nothing tastes better In the middle of a summer morning or a hot afternoon than a bread and butter sandwich and a glass of milk. And what could be better for you! Enriched or whole-grain yeast bread supplies your body with tissue-building protein, important vilnmins such as Ihlamine, niacin, and rlboflavin, and the blood-building mineral, iron. Fortified margarine or butter as a spread insures a supply of vitamin A. and fresh whole milk is rich in body-building protein and the valuable minerals, calcium and phosphorous. Look to nourishing but simple sandwiches and milk as bedtime snacks, as well as mid-morning and mid-afternoon pickups. Let the children serve the nourishing sand- wtoes and milk to their young Vljjersarten frlends ' And " vou cut them in fancy shapes with cookie 'cutters, these simple 'sandwiches will take on new Interest. Picnickers Flock For Outdoors in Worm Weather Chicken Macaroni Salad Easy to Make; It's Ideal for Party Fruit Juices Add Interest to Milk In the summertime there is nodi- ing better for children than a lunch ol truit, cereal and milk. Corn soya shreds or other crisp cereal topped with .sliced bananas or fresh peaches and served with cold milk, moke a refreshingly light meal in hoi veather. The cereal furnishes a good supply oT body-build Inn protein as well other elements and everyone knows that, milk is Important in he diet of the growing child. Another way of getting, milk Into the diet of children is in a drink that s a combination of milk and fruit .lices. Here is n recipe for Straw- oerry Milk Punch: 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon sugar 2 tablespoons strawberry Juice Put the Ingredients into a glass Jar, add ice, and shake until well blended. The fruit juice gives the milk a j>ltik color and the result is an attractive, nourishing, cooling drink. By CHICKEN MACARONI SALAD Is tisj to makf, and ideal for a ' *— r ?h supper piuly. MAIH1OX applesauce and top with crisp bacoi. slices. 2. Mix deviled ham with scrambled eggs while they are still slightly . moist. Continue cooking until the eggs are the way you like them 3. Spread toast with butter or fortified margarine to which a little Worcestershire saute has been ndd- GAVNOtt NKA Staff Writer It's always pleasant. to serve good food to old friends. Makes life warmer. But there need not be a lot of fuss and expense. Try this chicken and macaroni salad .some time, Serve it in a large howl and place on a tray with rounds of bread, butter balls and glasses of Iced tea with Jemon slices. Then take it out on the porch or to a table by nn open window. It makes a party and everybody likes a party. Chicken Macaroni Salad (G servings) Four ounces elbow macaroni, cups diced cooked chicken, 3-ounce can chopped broiled mushrooms, # cup well-seasoned French dressing, \\ cup mayonnaise, '/* teaspoon grated onion, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup ed. Top with a grilled tomato slice and strips of bacon. The first sign" of warm weather Bends flocks of picnickers out to the woods,' the parks, the highways—or just into the backyard for supper outdoors. The al fresco season is on. Every year, picnickers try to think up something different to fill the bill of fare,. but invariably they end up with hamburgers. And why not, they always make a hit. If you want to make a smash, htt when you plan outdoor meals, don't discard the old favorite, hamburger. Instead, dress it up with homemade hamburger buns. They're fun to make^and oh so good. Here's the recipe. ,, /. Hamburger Buns & cup milk Vi cup sugar 2Vi teaspoons salt J3r 4 ] ,2 tablespoons shortening*'-' $i cup hikewarm water 3 packages active dry yeast or 2 C vV cakes,compressed- yeast 4v> cups sifted all-purpose flour Scald milk, add sugar, salt, and shortening and stir until dissolved. Cool to lukewarm. Put lukewarm water into a large bowl and sprinkle or crumble In yeast. Let stand until dissolved, about 5 to 10 minutes, stir. Add lukewarm milk mixture. Stir in 2Vi cups of the flour and beat until smooth. Add remain- Ing 2V1 cups flour and mix thoroughly.- Turn dough out on lightly floured board and knead until dough is tightly stretched and shiny, feels springy and elastic and does nob stick to the board. Place in greased bowl and brush top lightly with melted shortening. Cover with towel, let rise in a warm place, free from draft, until double In bulk, about 50 minutes. When doubled bulk, punch down and turn out on to lightly floured board, divide in two parts and roll each part into a circle about \4 inch thick". Cut into, rounds with a 2& inch cookie cutter. Brush lightly with margarine or butter. Place on greased baking sheet about 1 Inch apart, cover with a towel and let rise in a warm place, free from draft, until doubled In bulk, about 30 minutes. Bake in a hot oven of 425 degrees F., about 20 minutes. diced canned pineapple, 1 cup finely diced celery. Cook macaron! In bolllilfe salted water until barely tender. Drain, rinse under cold water and drain again. Place in suitable container and add chicken. Drain ami add mushrooms, reserving broth for use in soup or gravy. Pour French dressing- over meat and macaroni and toss lightly together to thoroughly coat. Cover and chill thoroughly, \Vhcn ready to serve, blerid together mayonnaise, onion and salt. Drain any excess French, dressing from macaroni mixture. Add mayonnaise mixture, pineapple and celery. Mix lightly but well. Serve on crisp salad greens. Here are a few other supper anack ideas I picked up from hospitable friends. You'll like them. 1. Cover tuttcred toast with hot Arkansas Chief Justice To Get Honorary Degree LEBANON, Teiin., June 1. (tf'j— The chief justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, Griffin Smith, will receive the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from Cumberland University, June 6. Announcing this yesterday. Dr. E. Edwin Richardson, president of the university, said another LLJX de- ree will go to J. M. Wagstaff, wide- y known attorney of Abilene, Texas. Smith is one ot about "JUU Arkan,s alumni of the .school. He WHS graduated in 1923. and beef liver should be braised. Liver should _npt be scalded soaked before coo'lflrig" ifnless' it; Is .0 be ground. (The only exception in this case is marinating liver In French dressing for about Rn hour before-cooking to give Interesting flavor.) Removal of sfctn and veins before cooking Is optional. This tends to tear the liver and gives the slices a less attractive appearance. Liver should be used within & day after purchase. Wlien panfrying or braising liver, it should be dipped in flour before cooking, To broil liver, brush the meat with melted fat before cooking. Pointers on Cooking LiVer Are Offered To answer any question you may have about cooking liver, here are some practical pointers. Lamb, veal and younger beef liver r be pan friend or broiled. Pork serve and enjoy &ufocd plump and tender FRANKFURTERS Mir*rHi» PACKIN* co. (frv&iaocd DRY MILK so >- IN YOUR DKHWN- or double your money back! TREND, the scientists say, has the finest 'grease-stripping' action ever developed. It gels right under the grease on dishes, pots and pans—right under dried egg and cereal -strips it off like magic. Prove it yourself. Buy TREND today. Patch tests.madeonwomen'j skin, show that TREND is milder for your skin than the purest soap. And why not? TREND is neutral. Imagine » dishwashing suds that cut* grease faster than any soap made...yet actually babies your hands! (WtlytrtinsWsoffUf^- HOWS THE TIME TO GET THE MOST FOR YOUR DIME! LIVE BETTER FOR LESS WITH KROGER "TEN-CENTERS TOMATO SOUP Campbell's KROGER CORN Whole Kernel Golden LIMA BEANS White and Green POTATOES Whole Irish KROGER MILK FROSTEE Lipton Mix STRAWBERRIES Winter Garden Fresh Frozen ELOUR, Avondale Plain or Self-Rising MEAL Honeysuckle SUGAR Pure Cane Granulated VINEGAR Gold Dollar SCOTTISSUE "Soft as Old Linen" 25-U. Bag 25 -Lb. Bag 25-Lb. Bag Gallon Jar Roll 4 (TO Yellow Cling Sliced 5 PEACHES 4 4Q Freestone Sliced To. Paste Ronco CANTALOUPES Vine Ripe—Honey Sweet GREEN BEANS 2 Fresh Tender Stringless FIELD PEAS - Hew tender well filled POTATOES 10 U. S. No. 1 Washed New Red Jumbo 27's Size Ea. Macarc 50 j4 Kroger Spaghetti Musfari 1fW Starlit* with E Spapc 8-oz. Van Camp Lbs. Grlffln'i Whit* Sho* Lb. Mesh Bag Potato 25c POLI Grlffln'i Wl 19c CLEAN • * ** Blu-Whlto " 55c m * No. 300 Can Bottle Pkg. Bar Williams Shaving PORK LOIN ROAST 9" Loin Cut Tenderloin in 7 Rib Cut Super Suds, Duz or Tide Lb. 59c PORK FEET Frer.h for Boiling Lb. 49c SOAP 3 - 20c P. and G. Laundry it 10c Batteries E lOc Ray-O-Vae Leak Proof Flashlight BOLOGNA sliced - 49cOUM 3 - lOc _ , . _ . All Flavors President Brand ^ ^ ^ -_ — — DM-Alnli ^1 20-oz TTjfc WHITING dressed - tfc BREAD 2 - 27c £Tlii"vii .^Jf f 1 New Super Soft

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