WTORSDAY, JTTLY to, 1990 PAGE THIRTEEN fosi/y - Stored Make - Your Own /s Quick Trick for Housewife Pastry, cream puffs, biscuits and with the paper. Chill at least Sfl lesserts are Just a few of the 17 »»ed products you can make from one basic homemade mix. you make t In advance, store it in a closed canister or fruit Jar on the pantry shelf.; No refrigeration necessary. It tmfes well. the know-how: The Jobs of measuring shortening and sifted Hour, so disliked by the home-maker, are all done at once in advance. The versatile fresh baste ingredient* are then ready for quick transformation into a main dish, hot bread or one of dozens of desserts to add new interest to menus and to complete the meal. Make-Vour-Own-Mlx (Yield: about 13 cups) _Two cups rich shortening, 9 cups sifted all-purpose flour, M cup (4 tablespoons) double-acting baking powder, i tablespoon salt. Combine sifted flour, baking powder and salt. Stir well. Sift into large bowl or large pan or onto heavy paper. Add shortening. Use finger tips or pastry blender to distribute shortening throughout dry ingredients xmtil the mixture resembles coarse cormneal. The Mako- Your-Own-Mix is now ready to use or store in a closed canister on your p*ntry shelf. Tender-Quick I'astry (Yield: two 8-inch crusts) Two cups Make-Yow-CKvn-Mix (do not pack), \\ cup butter or fortified margarine, K cup hot water (scant). butter or margarine In wa- «II melted. Sprinkle over the Mix, blending with a spatula or fork. Turn dough out on waxed pa- Shape into a ball and cover minutes in refrigerator. Koll out r pastry as needed. Cream Huffs (Yield: 5 Urge puffs) One cup Makc-Your-Own-MJx (do not pack), % cup boiling water, 2 eggs. Add Mix to boiling water in saueeiraii. stir over low heat about 1 minute until dough is smooth. Follows tile spoon and forms in a ball. Remove from heat immediately. Add cess. one at a time, stirring and beating. Beat vigorously. Drop by spoonfuls or baking sheet. Bake in a hot oven (400 degree." F.) for 15 minute. Then reduce heat and bake in a moderate ovei (350 degrees P.) 20 minutes 'more Let stand in warm oven (with uoor open) about 10 minutes to dry out Note: Kot 1 5 medium puffs vise '/-. cup Mix, 1;3 eup water and 1 egg. B OK CHANTING OF LIQUOJt PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the Commisioner of .Revenue of Hie State oi Arkansas has Issued a permit. -No. 211 la J. E. Cram, K. M ilegcnold and w. J. Denton. doing byiness as Armorcl Drug Co., to sell and dbpeme vinous or splrltu ous liquors for beverage at retail on tile premises described as No. Main street, Aniiotet. Avkansas. This permit issued on the 1st day ot July 1950 and expired on IHe 30th day oi June 1051. J. E. Crain E. M. Rcgenold W. J. IJenton 7-20-50 Hollywood Continued (rom Page • or Jimmy Qleason with the start ot lite role In "Jackpot." Junmy made his stage debut at two months n his mother's amis and at the age of five starred in a play called Stricken Blind." The play toured most of the New York hinterlands md, say.s Jimmy, "Won me more applause than any role I've done since." • • * Tiiere's nothing false about that feud between Pay* Emerson and . Anne Sterling over who was first to go in for low necklines on. TV. In a Casserole Here's a casserole that's prepared in 30 minutes. Place sliced can ned tongue in a greased easserol . and add thinly sliced potatoes. Poui a can of onion soup over the meal and potatoes and cook in a moderate oven. N'OTICE OF GRANTING OF MQUOB PERMIT. Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenue oi the State of Arkansas has Issued j permit No. 2)6 to B. s. Simmons 'to sel'. and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for bevreage at retail on the premises described as 109 S. Division Street. Blytheville, Arkansas. This permit issued on the 30 day of June W5Q and expired on the K> day of June 1951. B. S. Simmons 7-30-50 Fair Weather C«|>yriqM I94», Tiw Xro«if Co. During the coming months Kroger men will tw attending 4-H Club and Future Farmer* of America livestock shows and aales at county and state fairs everywhere. They will!« award- mi; Kroner championship trophies and buying livestock 'raised by farm boys and girls In thi« practical «-«y Kroger iendi its .upport to farm- youth groups of the nation . . . group* that arc. encouraging boys and glrli to b« better farmers. Kroger believes better farming mean, continued prosperity for America. Here's the Key to Quick-Fix SUMMER MEALS RITZCRACKERSS29* ICED TEA V£ 49* Kroger ORANGEADE 2»" 55* Hi-C JUICE TREET "~" 39* ARMOUR STAR ; SARDINES 2 ^ American in Oil SARDINES Tall TUNA No. ; Can No. </ 2 Can 3 ™ 1.00 Kroger Grapefruit PINEAPPLE 2 ~~ 39* Hartex Sliced or Crushed PRESERVES 2 £r 29* Kroger - Plum BREAD 2 i~™ 29* Kroger - New Super-Soft MARGARINE 2 - 47 C No. 2V* Cans N °™ 3 27* 25* 10* Grated HOMINY 3 Country Club LIMA BEANS Green and White CORN N °ct 3 10* Avondale - Cream Style White LEMONADE 2 ±; 49* Minute Maid - Fresh BROCCOLI Eat-more - Yellow Pkg. Winter Garden - Fresh Frozen WALDORF 12^79* ICE CREAM 2 ^59* Toilet Tissue Taft Moody Kroger Quality BRISKET 0' BEEF SALT MEAT Ib 270 WHITING B SX s . !ng Streak 0' Lean Dressed Ib 390 rh 150 LETTUCE 2 S19 Crisp Firm ^California ^ Iceberg PERSIAN LIMES Doz 290 POTATOES 10 I^t,* 390 Juicy Fresfc Kraft Bag ' U. S. No. 1 Washed Red Triumphs LIBERTY CASH is delightfully air-conditioned . . . always a coof 72 degrees . . . always a pleasant, refreshing market in which to shop for all your food needs. And this is important to you, our air conditioning system . . . especially designed for food markets . . . protects foods against damage by heat and humidity —keeps perishable foods fresher . . . better! And remember — our every day (ow prices in every department give you cold cash savings that take the heat off your budget. Virginia Best Green & White Fresh LIMA BEANS No. 2 Can 10c The Pause that Refresh** (OCA-COLA - - - - case 69c Brooks in Tomato Sauce Pork & Beans NO 3000™ Kelloggs (Crispy Fresh CORN FLAKES-8 Tall Cans PETMIlK----3«29c Krafts MAYONNAISE ---fullquart59C For Baking SNOWDRIFT with Wesson Oil coupon -3lb.cn.75c Popular Brands CIGARETTES carton 1.87 Pure Pork SAUSAGE ib. 39c Young and Tender HENS -------- pound 35c Neil's Sliced or Norwood BACON ib. 45c Dressed Whole WHITING 10ibbx.1.00 Streak-o-Lean SALT MEAT end pieces - - Ib. 19C Bell Peppers - ea. He Fresh Corn - ear 11 c Sunkisf 432 Siro LEMONS - - doz. 29c 28 to 40 Lb. Average Watermelons <*. 39c Home Grown Cantaloupes 3for25c Home Grown TOMATOES -ib. 12k Bollards BISCUITS - 2cans25c f. & G. SOAP - - 3lgbars19c American Sardines 2 fiat cans 15c Old Time V. Sausage 2 cans 25c Peerless Potted Meat - can 5c Mayfield CORN - N0.2 can IOC Salad Queen Sal. Dressing - qt. 35c Fresh Country EGGS - - - - doz. 29c AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING PLEASURE MAIN BLYTHEVILLE . ARK.
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