The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1955 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
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FACE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1955 RI.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE FRENCH FRIED liver twists served with dunklni s»uces ire * thrifty, tisty appetizer. Here's Different Way To Serve Appetizers By GAINOR MADDOX NEA Food ind Markets Editor In Chicago, Mrs. Prank Stamm gave us a new recipe for serving beef liver as an appetizer. With great supplies of beef liver on the market at low prices, this recipe is a thrifty, hearty accompaniment to almost any long, tall drink, served tinkling with ice. To prepar« the fried twists, Mrs. Stamm cuts the beef liver into 1-inch-long strips, just right for eating with the fingers, and dips them in seasoned corn meal. The strips may bs dipped in flour Instead, but the corn meal coating gives a coarse texture in contrast with the cooked liver. She does this ahead of time and stores the strips in the refrigerator until time to prepare. French Fried Beef Liver Twists (Tield: About 4-6 servings per pound) Cut ^-inch-wide slices of beef Kver into strips about 1 inch long. Dip In seasoned corn meal or seasoned flour. This may be done ahead of time and the prepared liver stored in the refrigerator until time to fry. Fry in hot shortening (350 de 3 generations choose Maytag 'So _ " Gr»rM» "Gentle w|rh «Konoin!t«l •clionl" tlothetl" All over America, 3 generations in the same families have chosen Maytags. You can QV.TI a Maytag for ^ j -79 95 HALSELL&WHITE Main at Division Ph. 3-6096 grees F.) about 1 minute. Keep strips separated and do not overload the fry kettle. The temperature of the fat should remain between 325 to 350 degrees F. so the liver cooks find browns uniformly. Do not overcook. Drain on absorbent paper. Serve hot with dunking sauces, such as commercially prepared sour cream mixed with chives, or a mixture of prepared mustard and catsup or an onion-sharp thiclc barbecue sauce. Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blytheville, Ark. For aches, pains cuts. Drulsei • u r n h Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment C. G SMITH PRODUCTS CO. SAVE ON LONG-HAUL TRUCK INSURANCE See— United Ins. Co. Ill \V. Main Ph. 3-6812 ir The Gift Box North Highway 61 — Ph. 3-G737 Gifts for All Occasions • Brass • Wrought Iron* Chiiia • Crystal • Bridge Tallies* Pottery • Hand Made Baskets • Lamps Mrs. Elmer Norman — Mrs. Harold Doyie SAVE £ 33'/3% ON AUTO-oFIRE INSURANCE Complete Protection — Claims Settled on Day Presented United Insurance Co. "Leading & Fast Growing Agency" 111 \V. Main Phone 3-6R12 ^ See "DEE" Now and Stop Worrying i-D^I £ c> Big Value Event! TOMATOES 10 Save 3c Per Dollar-and More Every Day at Safeway Safeway's policy of keeping everyday grocery prices at least 3% below shelf prices at trading stamp stores means you can make cash savings every day at Safeway. Remember, you get these savings in cash, not in troublesome stamps. And Safeway's weekly specials add further savings. Don't Forget! Safeway will meet the lowest advertised price of every competitor—item by item —-day by day—in Blytheville. Quality of the merchandise considered. NEW for ICED TEA QUART-SIZE TEA BAGS! Just one giant tea bag mokes a whole pilcherful of v/goroui, refreshing iced lea. Wonderful for hoi lea, too CanterburyTEA 89 * Economical and Convenient Gosh, folks—don't miss this one! It's the biggest Can ned Food Sale we've ever arranged for you. More varieties of good, nourishing foods than you can shake a can-opener at! And just look at our money-saving prices! Even better, total up the cost of items you want to stock up during the Sale. Then compare that total with what you'd have to pay elsewhere. The savings you can make at Safeway will both surprise and please you. Multiply these savings by shopping regularly at Safeway. No. 303 TINS $ Pork & Beans Taste Tells Packed in Tomato Sauce. 300 Tins 5 303 Tins CHERRIES HONEYBIRD SOUR PITTED CHERRIES -OUR LOW PRICE Dutch Mill Mayday Oil $ 1 American Cheese 2 Neutral Flavor Margarine Margarine Sunnybank Premium Dale wood Enriched Royal Satin Crisco Brand £.56* 28c Bot -Lb. Ctn. -Lb, Ctn. APPLE SAUCE Highway Brand. Stock up at this low price. 3 £73* 3 Sno-Whife Salt Black Pepper Marshmallows Plain or Iodized Crown Colony Fluffiest -Lb. Tin 26 01. Box 4 ox. Tin ORANGE JUICE Full O'Gold Unsweetened. Children love it 29* We reserve the rights to limit purchases am not sell to other merchants. CALF CHUCK ROAST U.S. Graded Heavy Calves Bound to Please Lb: ARM ROAST . 39 Round Bone Shoulder Cuts. U.S. Graded Heavy Calves. . . PICNICS Swift Premium 4 to 8 Pounds Lean Tender Smoked Pork Shoulders Bound to pleast Ib. 33 C Dik Cfaak/ft u - s - T °P Grades If ID died US of tender calf Lb. Smoked Hams i b Swift Oriole in Tra-Pack 590 Bacon Squares - Sw!ft M^J Lb. HI p Premium Lb. STEAKS U.S. Choice Heavy Aged Beef Sirloin or Boneless Round lb.98* GARDENSIDE STANDARD — HER E'S A REAL SAVINGS! PINEAPPLES LALANI FANCY HAWAIIAN CRUSHED PINEAPPLE No. 2 Tins 1 1 JUNE PEAS Gardenside Brand Stock your pantry today g s joo It 7 s New! It's Pink Scamper Liquid DETERGENT Special Offer 26' Ice Creams;.?" 'ir Kitchen Craft •£* I* Kitchen Cralt';,::'/ 2 L', b 1.79 GOLDEN CORN or White-Cream style. Gardenside, Stock up now. . . . 10 303 Tins Purple Hulls Peas . . Alma Q Delicious * 300 Tins $1 Cherub'Brand. It's baby pure. None finer . . . CANNED MILK 10 TT °: joo SAVE ON COFFEE! Roaster fresh blends, priced to please Nob Hill Edwards Airway Pound ^ I" Pound Q M Pound —Bag j J& —Tin Q AiC — Bo ° 2-Lb. Bag 1.49 2-Lb. Tin 1.63 2-Lb. Bag 1.37 Prices in this ad effective through Saturday Novv's the time to FREEZE or CAN These wonderful Fresh Prunes Store summer's goodness, for enjoyment in the months ahead. A little work now means a lot of good eating later. Here are easy directions: Select fully-ripe fruit, wash in cold water. Cut away from pits. Place in containers and freeze. If sweetening desired, add sugar or sirup. Medium sirup: 3'A cups sugar to 4 cups water; Heavier: 4 J /< cups sugar. Fresh prunes are usually canned unpeeled. Prick skins to prevent fruit bursting. Make medium or heavy sirup. Wash, drain fresh prunes, heat sirup to boiling. Add prunes, not more than two layers In pan. Two minutes after adding fruit, remove pan from heat. Cover. Let stand 20-30 minutes. Pack prunes into hot jars. Reheat sirup, pour boiling sirup over fruit. Screw caps on loosely and process 15 minutes in boiling-water bath. Screw caps tight and cool jars before storing. Safeway has everything you'll need for hont fretting and canning-jars, caps, sugar, etc. PRUNES Washington State Italian -- Now's the time to can or freeze 'em 12-Lb. Lug | $129 Red Potatoes White Grapes Fresh Cabbage Fancy Tomatoes Utility Pack Red Potatoes Mesh Bags 25 Lb. Bag California Thompson Seedless Fresh firm Heads in Green Jackets Lb. 79 C 10 C Lb. —Selected Fancy Slicers , tube Crisp Apples Red Delicious New Mtilco.. Lb. 230 Grapefruit California Seedless .... 19 C 9 Ba t DDp (F PEACHES Large Fancy Elbertas THIS BOOTIE CAKE is an appropriate *nd decorative welcome . to the newly arrived baby, * Bootie Cakes Brighten New Baby Celebration By GATXOR MADDOX S'EA Pood and Markets Editor If you want to give a shower for a friend or relative expecting a baby, or for a newly arrived baby, we think you will like the idea of this bootie cake. Bootie Cakes (Makes about 16 servings) One package instant white cake mix, 1 cup water, 2 egg whites. Spread remainder over top and sides of each bootie. Tint half of the reserved frosting pale blue and the other half a delicate pink. Using a cake decorator, make two wavy lines of the blue frosting at top 01. one baotie to resemble ruffles. At ankle make a dotted line of frosting to resemble a drawstring and two loops to resemble a bow. Repeat on other unbeaten; Vi teaspoon almond ex-1 bootie[ usmg p i n t frosting, tract, 3 ,4 cup finely cut shredded coconut, tinted pink; butter cream frosting, blue and red food coloring, 2 marshmallows. Empty cake, mix into bowl. Add water, egg whites and almom" For pompons, slice marshmallows in half. Frost two halves blue and the other pink. Sprinkle with white coconut and mount blue pompons on the pink-decorated extract. "Beat 3 minutes until bootie and pink pompons on blue ! bootie. smooth and creamy. Pour half the batter into one 13x9x2-inch pan, which has been lined on bottom with paper. Sprinkle pink-tlned coconut over the batter. Spoon remaining batter over the coconut, spreading carefully to avoid disturbing the coconut. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 35 to 40 minutes. When cake Butter Cream Frosting Cream ',•, cup butter or margarine until soft. , ' Add y s teaspoon salt Measure cups (1 pound) cool, cut into Blend well. sifted confectioners' sugar Add part of sugar gradually to butter or margarine, blending after each addition Then add 2 unbeaten egg yolks and 1 teaspoon vanilla shapes of 2 baby's booties. Set cakes aside, uncovered, for about \' z hour so that cut sides will not crumble when frosted. Prepare butter cream frosting. Reserve \\ cup for decorating. Add remaining sugar alternately with about 2 tablespoons milk until of right consistency to spread, beating after each addition until RAZORBACK South Highway 61 "Where Friends Meet In Blytheville' Serving the Best Food in Town • Real Barbecue Ribs • Italian Spaghetti • Delicious Sea Foods • U.S. Choice Steaks Minnie Lee Jones Studio 807 Chickasawba Private Lessons in PIANO Gradual* of Progressive Series- St. Louis Degree American Conservatory of Music, Chicago- Private classes for al! ages. ENROLL NOW Phone POplar 2-2994 Try a Texaco Service Station First Call Us For Your Cotton Picker and Spindle Oils We can supply You with the Finest TEXACO HEATING OIL We deliver anywhere in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN YOUR TEXACO MAN Blytheville Phone 3-3391 Joiner Phone 2421

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