The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1954 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 16, 1954
Page 13
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THURSDAY, SUPTBWOTR H, <*&K.r COCHOR N. England Soup Has Swiss Flair Chef Named This Dish after Golf Course 'Ornament' By GATNOR MADDOX NEA Pood and Markets Editor Near Mt. Monadnck, Toy Tovm Tavern in 'Winchendon, Mass., has a large, brightly painted rocking horse on its sweeping golf course. The Swiss chef, impressed by this colossal toy, named his pea soup after it. It's the best pea soup we've found and we are pea soup recipe collectors. Ernest Aufdermaur, the chef bom in Swi*twl*nd, iHtb Pr«ob and English experience behind him, studies American cookbooks and adds his own continental touches. Rocking HorM P«* Soak split peas in cold water. Coarsely chop carrots, celery and onions. Saute in butter or margarine until golden but not browned. Turn into large pot. Add good chicken stock and a- ham bone. Season to tase, going easy on salt. Simmer until peas are cooked soft and soup has begun to thicken slightly. Remove ham bone. Correct seasoning. Cut ham meat into cubes. Add to soup. Serve immediately. While at Toy Town Tavern, we were invited to a dinner in honor of Lauren G. Treadway, dean of gentlemen innkeepers in New England. Aufdermaur did himself The memi: Stronf be*f bouHloa, fil«t of sole Marguery (using Yankee clams instead of muscles), beef tenderloin Rossini served on a round crouton covered with a slice of liver sausage. A large mushroom cap topped the beef, and over it went a subtle sherry wine sauce. For vegetables, Dau- phone potatoes (mashed shaped, breaded and fried), broiled tomato halves, an of course a. green salad. The dessert for this fine dinner was biscuit glace with fresh strawberry sauce. After that feast, we a,H went out and looked across the valley at Mt. Monadnock in the moonlight. Aufdermaur, in the United States six years, is still shocked at .the way many Americans pour salt and pepper onto food served them without first tasting to see Tests Prove Breakfast Aids Boost Alertness By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Going without breakfast, as a shockingly large number of Ameri can school children do, is detri mental to both their attitudes and scholastic attainments. That is the conclusion of a recent controlled test on 25 students, ages 12 to H, conducted by Dr. W. W. Tuttle, professor of physiology, and Dr. Kate Daum, professor of nutrition, at the University of Iowa College of Medicine. Data were collected from the 25 school boys over a period of 26 weeks. if more seasoning is needed. He is still bewildered, he admits, by the way we douse fine food with catsup. As reported in the July issue of the Journal of the American Diet etic Association, the teachers' report "showed that the majority of boys had a definitely better attitude and better scholastic record during the period when breakfast (a basic cereal and milk break fast — fruit, cereal with milk, bread, butter or margarine and milk to drink) was included in the daily dietary regimen than when it was omitted. For example, some of the boys were careless and in attentive during the late morning hours when breakfast was omitted. During the period when they ate breakfast, these same boys showed recognizable improvement, especially in scholastic attainment. "One subject was reported to be careless, languid and Uetleat during the late morning hours when he did not eat- breakfast, but did good scholastic work and had sufficient energy for outside activity durin gthe period when breakfast included in his daily eating t j plan. It was the opinion of the (school principal and of the teacher that breakfast was a material as set to the boys both in the matter of attitude an scholastic accomplishment." A cup of coffee and a doughnut b«t for 1b* tcilM family. They point owt the very simple, economical and completely adequate oereal and milk breakfast provide* oo« third to one quarter of the nutritional needs of the day, which is what any good breakfast should do. NOTICE EN* THE PROBATE COURT FOR TH* CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT Of 1 MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. Scott Robert Wallace, deceased , . . _ . . Last known address of decedent: is not an adequate breakfast. Yet Manila> Arkansas. thousands of-school children have that or nothing at ail. Nutrition ists, Date of death: August 21, 1954. The undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of the 8th doctors and school leaders are try above . named decedent on ing to rais the sandard of Ameri- day of September, 1954. can breakfasts, not only for chil-' All persons having claims against the estate mail' exhibit them,., duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they snail be forever barred and .precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published th* 9th day of September, 1954. W. R. BROWN, Administrator. P. O. Box 543, Blytheville, Arkansas. Oscar Fendler, Attorney for Administrator. Salt codfish should be in. water overnight; then it should to* drained and pulled apart with ft fork. The shredded fish may now be mixed with mashed potatoe* and seasonings and shaped balls for frying in deep fat. Yfl.UR 5 Free Dinnerware at your Kroger Store in BSythe ville with each purchae of $10.00 or more. 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