The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 20, 1950
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVn.LE. (ARK.) COtmiER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 20, 19S« ' ICED FRUIT SOUPS arc tasily prepared, and Ideal for hot weather. Iced Soups Are Hot Day Treat The beautiful fruit £<nips so well known to our Michigan Dutch housewives and our cocks of Scandinavian ancestry arc ideal for "nog days." You can use red currants, or berries (red or block raspberries, huckleberries and blackberries), apples and oranges or even plums. Season, .subtly with cinnamon, cloves and allspice. Garnish with slices of fresh fririt and serve coM, Chillcil Or.inpr Soup (Serves I) One nnd one-ha If rups orange juice r seeds removed but not strained), 1 : 3 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons Jemon or lime juice, 10 whole cloves, pinch of salt, 2 tablespoons maraschino cherry juice, Ps teaspoons quick-cooking tapioca. Simmer juices, sugar, cloves and salt for 5 minutes. Remove cloves. Add tapioca and bring to full rolling boil. Cool and chill, stirring 2 or 3 times, serve in soup cups garnished with slice of orange, a mnr- aschlno cherry and a sprip of mint, Chilled Apple Smip Three cups diced tart red ripples, skins nnd all, 2 cups water. 2 2- inch sticks cinnamon, B whole cloves, pinch of salt, 2'3 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, l!-r teaspoons R rated lemon rind, 2 teaspoons o,uick-conking tapioca. Mix all ingredients except tapioca. Simmer 15 mEnutcs. Mash apples with spoon or potato masher nfler 10 minule-.s. through sieve. Add tapioca and bring to full rolling boil. Cool and chill. Servr pamisheri with a sprinkle of nutmeg. Chlllerl firape Soup (Serves 6) Four cups purple grapes, crushed for 3 cups bottled grape juice, no water), M- cup water, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, }i cup orange juice, j'8 teaspoon salt, a l cup sugar, 1 2-inch stick cinnamon, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 1 tablespoon quick-cooking tapioca. * Cook gently all ingredients, except tapioca, for 15 minutes. Put. through fine sieve, add lapioca and bring In full rolling boil. Cool and chill. Garnish with slices of lemon or orange, if do.sirod. Crowded Picnic Spots? Have Your Fun at Home Be different on your picnic! Tn- •(ead of packing the picnic basket •nd battling holiday crowds, try an "at home" picnic featuring a tray of surprise open-faced sandwiches tnd all the trimmings. However, these are not the opnn- i faced sandwiches with a dainty description. They are full slices of breed revealing such toppings as these: lettuce leaf, tomato slice and bacon strip; lettuce, American cheese slke, bacon strip; lettuce, hard- cooked epg slices, bacon strip; peanut butter, chopped bacon. For more variety, slices or Julienne strips of canned tongur may be joined with thin strips of carrot; with tomato, hard-cooked epg slices or cheese 5trips. Sliced corned beef is especially gond dotted with bits of tiny pearl onion and dried beef joined with pickle relish. The tray will also want , to include cheese loaf and other reariy-to-servc meat sandwiches. One more Interest point, will be the sandwich dressings. Mustard butter or horseradish sauce will be popular with tongue and corned beef. Mayonnaise Is right with peanut butter and bacon and many nf the Inaves. Along with the sandwiches and dressings may bR included a tray of colorful relishes, uniato chips or julienne sticks, iced tea and a simple dessert of Ice and cookip.s. Shrimp, Cucumber Mold 1$ Cool Summer Salad Ls (her* 1 B woman alive \vlm wouldn't like to serve a 5parkling salad to her Juncliccm guest/* . . , one of thasc salads with the flavor of sprJHR and the coolness of morning dew Such a salad Ls Shrimp find Cucumber Mold. The pink of thfi shrimp, and the pale green of the cucumbers barfly peck through HIP gebtin mixed with and gently flavored with cider vmppar to give it a "lift" And to add dazzle. Shrimp ruirt (*urumber Mold (Makrs B servings) I package lemon-flavored gelatin I 2;3 cup hot water 1/3 cup cider vinegar 1 No, 1 ran shrimp, diced I large cucumber, diced 1/2 teaspoon .^alt 1/8 teaspoon paprika 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 cup mixed preen vegetable. 1 ;, diced Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add vinegar. Chill until slightly Ihi-rk- r-ned, Mix toRethcr shrimp, cucum- bpr, *a!t, paprika and mayonnaise and (old into gelatin. Turn into ring mold. Chill until firm. Unmold on to plailer, Fill center with diced lr*vh vegetables, Garnish with pickle fans, radish roccs and parsley, it desired. J'ARSM'.V M:\V POTATOES Ingredients: 2 pounds small new potatoes (scrubbed under cold running water but not peeled). 1 teaspoon salt, "i cup boilinR water, 2 tablespoons butter or marparinc, 2 tablespoons finely-cut, parsley. Method: Put thn potatoes in a saucepan with a tightly fitting cover. Add ihe salt and boiling water; bring to a boil and cook over tow heat until tender—about 20 minutes. Drain; shake pan over heal to dry potatoes, arid butter or margarine and parsley. (Parsley can DC easily cut with a kitchen scissors.) EDSON Continued from Page I held Hint the only thiiiR tiio united Slates cnn do is re5tore balance of I'ower by biilldinc up American air a n ri armored strength to match Russia's. Wliat an arms race of (his kind would mean, tripling or quadrupling U. S. expenditure, Is fairly obvious. II would mean sacrifice, higher taxes, an increased draft, at least partial conversion of Industry to defense production, allocation of materials, other civilian curbs. Inrrease Would Come Gradually The bit: jump from S15.000.COO.OOO lo say $55,000,noO,<X)0 for a national delcnsc budget could of course not be made over night. Money just couldn't be spent thai fast. A lo in- crease In expenditures, for the rest of 1950 might be nil that, would be required, nut contract authorizations for |!)51 deliveries would have to go for beyond that. DuriiiK World War II, arms expenditures Jumped from $6.000,000,000 it] fiscal 1911 to $27.000.000,000 in 1942. S70.000.000.000 In 1943 and 464.000.COO.OOO in 194-1 ami 1945. A $55.000,000.000 military budget '«>uld therefore mean putting the country on a half-war basis. In such a program would be included present, outlays for Marshall plan, an expanded voice of America pro- pram, whatever is left of Point IV and other cold ivar expenditures. Opiwsition lo any such program would probably be slight. The country Is probably ahead of Washing- Ion in feeling that now is the time to shoot the works. One Ironic touch lo the new advocacy of A S55.000.000.COO defense budget 1« thai hi 1949. when the armed services were asked /or Mil- mates on what it would take to put the country on a full preparedness basis, the totals came to over »50 000,000,000, Armed service planners were then told such estimates were cra?.y. On revision, th« services came up with a second estimate, of $30.000,000.000. But it was said the country couldn't afford even this. Sr> the military budget was cut in half. That left us where we were when the North Koreans crossed the 38th parallel on June 25. -i-r • So delkiou* • So nurritioot! 1/3 tup rhrwrofnte lyTup >> water in shaker. Sprinkle *\ • vrtoat Dry Milk on ion. .Shale 'ril I Iny Milk Is rjittolved. Add if or ^H*Jft btfore M»Us < 9 1)1. B/rvinns. £> IJSFlaior-Rkk 0ve>iacod SLICED BACON Crisp, Tender, Tasty ^Serv* it for breakfast, lunch or (upper. MIMPHIt PACKING CO. £> ^ Qvekaccd Three tablespoons bacoh drip- fiagf or other fat, 2 pounds veal *l«ak, cut in small cubes or strips, 114 cup flour, 1 cup hot water i.nd Ii2 cup sauterne or other while table wine or 1 i|2 cups hot \vater, 1 (4-ounce) can mu.shoom stems hud pieces, 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, 1 onion, thinly sliced, 1 teaspoon paprika, salt and pepper (o taste, 1 cup sour cream. Heat bacon dripping in a laive heavy skillet with a lisht-fittins lirt. Add vea! and brown slowly on all sides. Stir in flour; arid water and wine; cook, stirring constantly, until mixture Is thickened and .smooth. Add mushrooms (including liquid), parsley, onion, paprika, sa!t and pepper. Cover tightly and simmer tc-nlly. stirring frequently, for 45 minutes to one hour, or veil LS tender. Just before serving, stir in s.iur cream, Taste and acid additional salt and pepper i[ necessary. Serve with buttered noodles. Colrl Meat Provide a set of dreasin^i for your cold meat platter, simply .start with mayonnaise, then ?.dri chives, olives, parsley hard-cooked •52 TESTED RECIPES IN EVERY PACKAGE at your grocer^ today BILL GODWIN SPOTTING GOODS Scnll-Alwatcr Onlliniird Mn lor—"the ncvr motor with the shift." * Arkansas Traveler .iluminum boats .Mmmie "R" marine plywood boats Barbecue Tils—easy lo as- sc m b It Wilson athletic cruiipmtuit Wilson tennis halls and racquets Badminton sets—Shiiltlecncks Phone 6762 421 W. Alain THIS IS THE BARGAIN OF ALL BARGAINS- A BEAUTIFUL. EMERALD GREEN GLASS FREE WITH EVERY '/« LB. PURCHASE OF YOUR FAVORITE TEA SANDWICHES WITH MOR IN THE MIDDLE BACON &EGGS SPECIAL 1 Lb. WILSON'S LAUREL SLICED BACON 1 DOZ. CLEAN, FRESH COUNTRY EGGS 8 oz, package KeUogg's CORN FLAKES 15c Famous Heinz KETCHUP- 14ozbottie22c TKia Dainty Cooking Fat HUMKO lib cm 89c - Arffo cream si vie CORN 2^250 Sunshine Krispv CRACKERS lb . , )()X 240 Heinz BABY FOOD 6 ^ 450 fi Delicious Flavors JELLO 3 , nr 230 Condensed milk EAGLE BRAND 250 Wilson's l.anrc! Hrand SLL i&eea'..,„ 440 Fresh COUNTRY EGGS 340 Tasle Good CHEESE 2 '^650 Your favorite brand CIGARETTES e( , $ 1 85 Vint grade CHARCOAL ,, 190 SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER Finest Silk Flour, 25 lb. ling Delbrook Colored Oleo, lb- BOTH FOR $ 1.98 SAVE! While Idaho Bakers POTATOES 10,, )S 490 Crisp firm heads LETTUCE 2 ,,,,,250 (•rc.sli crisp RADISHES 2 t)chs 150 I' rcsh sweet CORN 3 for 10(J (.risp. snappy CARROTS buneh 100 Carnation or PET MILK 3 II CQ 34< tall cons WATCH FOR THE NEW NAMES OF OUR TWO STORES A TASTEFUl MEAT SO GOOD TO EAT Contact Us Kor The I5csl In Wedding l'iclur«s FAUGHFS STUDIO New Otcncnf. Blrtg • Phone 6«ll NABERS GROCERY & MARKET Main & Division FREEMAN-HENLEY GROCERY 8, MARKET West Main—Across from th« Mox

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