The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1955 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
Page 11
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1955 BLYTHEVTLLE (AtTK.) CbTTRlTO PAGE ELEVEN SMOKED HAMS ARMOUR STAR LEAN TENDER 5 TO 6 POUND PORTIONS... YOU MUST BE COMPLETELY SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK! You must be completely satisfied with each and every cut of meat from Safeway or your money back! 47 Pork Liver Fresh, Tender Ready Sliced High in Vitamins Lb. 19c Chuck Roasl U.S. Choice Heavy Beef . . . Trimmed Of Excess Bone & Fat . . lb.45 ( Sliced Bacon Swift Oriole in Handy Tray-Pack See how you Save ib. 45 ( Pork Sausage Helm Bros. Pur* Pork Seasoned just right Lb. 29c Fancy Fryers Dressed & Drawn Whole Tender Chickens ib.43 c FRANKS Armours Banner 3 Lb. $«|00 Pkg. T STEAKS US Choice Cube -98 BACON Swift's Ends & Pieces FLOUR" KITCHEN CRAFT ENRICHED ALL PURPOSE RICE * SHOWBOAT FANCY ARKANSAS LONG GRAIN Special Discount on Nil-Made True MAYONNAISE Pint Jar 37* Regular Price 43c A | • Bel-Air A 6 »«• 00 JL Orange Juice »<>»„ / r oop • • » Sunnybank '•''• 1/I A Margarine mmi™ «..Z4p • • • Goldbrook A 1-Lb. OTj Margarine K Z «» o/p Canned Mi!kr;r2 £ 190 Canned Milk M :":2£ 240 fkt m " Royal Satin A I.h. TA / Shortening «..„* 3 ^730 STAINLESS STEEL BY INTERNATIONAL SILVER 5'Pf'ece Place. Setting ^ IN IQVELY CORONADO PATTERN Skylark White Breads 230 Skylark Rye Bread i: 200 Curtsy Coffee Cake I L°:2§0 Skylark Brown'Servfi'V,: 250 Applesauce Ring Curtsy Oven Fresh ., 1 '.1 07.. Cake —Prices In this ;ul effective through Sal in-day at Safeway- Vanilla Wafsrs-'."" « 190 "590 Peanut Butter:-' n n I Ove Busy Baker c, Oven Fresh I in Lunch Box Corn Meal Sandwich 3^200 <*'• CO/i *«wp 5^ 420 COFFEE VALUES! Roaster Fresh Coffee Blends Pound Bag Nob Hill 79* Pound Tin Edwards 84c Pound Bag Airway 63c 2 Lb. Bag 1.57 2 Lb. Tin 1.61 2 Lb. Bag 1.25 W« reserve the right to limit purchases and do not sell to other merchants. DON'T FORGET! Siifcway will meel I he lowest advertised price of every i-itnipcVilor —ilem by item—day by day in lilylheville. Qualify and condition of (be merchandise considered. We reserve the riRbl to limit purchases and d« not .sell to oilier mercbanl.s. Meat Loaf Is Tasty Made California Way By GAYN'OR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Kditor We just spent a few weeks in California and learned a lot about fine food and relaxed dining out of doors. Those people really enjoy having friends around their tables. Their menus are tuned to spa| ciousness, intelligent informality and no hostess I met ever seemed to strain or worry. Things are planned in advance—planned to make people happy and well RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 508 Cl. Lake Ave. Pho. 3-6961 fed. This savory meat loaf recipe fa n example of superb California cooking. It's a dressed-up version of the popular meat loaf and is good cold or hot. Mrs. Howard Tanner, In the Mendocino National Forest area at Lake Pillsbury, Calif., gave it to us. She often serves It at her home at an informal outdoor meal under the tall pines on the low bluff overlooking the lake. She says folks always comment on how moist and fluffy it is. They love its excellent flavor, she adds. Savory Meat Loaf (Makes 8 servings) One and one-half pounds ground lean beef, 2 cups soft, stale bread crumbs; 1 large egg, 3 A cup milk, % cup red table wine or tomato juice, '/2 cup minced onion, 2 teaspoons salt, y z teaspoon pepper, '/a teaspoon mustard, 1 teaspoon dried dill (or a tablespoons chopped dill pickle), 2 cups grated American cheese. Mix a 11 ingredients, except cheese, until thoroughly blended. Let stand several hours, or overnight, in refrigerator to blend flavors. Pack half of mixture into greased loaf pan about 10x5x3 inches. Cover with grated cheese, then top with remaining meat mixture. Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for l'/ 2 hours. WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in ttock! H U BBARD HARDWARE Here's a pretty luncheon salad. Cut away the stem ends from to- maties and make four or five parallel cuw through each almost to the bottom. Add finely diced cucumber and radish to creamstyle cottage cheese; pile the cottage-cheese mixture into each cut of the tomatoes. Garnish with salad greens and serve with French dressing. Wonderful bopping for cauliflower: a half cup of fine dry bread crumbs browned in half a cup of butter. Rich but goodl Read Courier News Classified Ads. RENT MOVIE CAMERAS FLASH CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. No brokerage feei to pay 1. No stock to pare host J. An opportunity to establish credit with A large insurance Co. that is and h»§ been for many years a permanent lender in (his terrify 4. Long UWB low interesi rate 5. We pay the appraisal and attorney fees 4. Qnick service, fast closing. We close loans before most companies make their inspections. For Information, See, Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CORP. Lrnch Building Biythcvllle, Ark. 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