The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1955 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
Page 14
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PAOB FOUUTHBT (Aino COURIER NEWS OCTOBER 13, 19M SIMON'S SUPER MARKET 104 W. Main St. Phone 3-9660 $100,000 £$ LUCKY LEVER %* SWEEPSTAKES r Jewel SHORTENING Standard CUT BEANS N cJ° 3 J0< Carnation or PET MILK s»Mi)^:»ai»9BS3es^3a^ ^^ Ta// I OX 2 ^ 68c l 2 c<Mi LUA HAONtYCQ-I - HQUK> loffERGENf wMi I Shortening coupon 3 REG. OR 2 IATH CRISCO 3 £ 79* ^ f f/*Ty*f**w,A ::•:•,:*? OLEO-29< Goodluck Margarine Little Genera Guaranteed FLOUR 25 - FREE - 5 Lbs. Sugar -FREE With 25 Lbt. Shibley's Best Flour ", $2.39 PURE LARD s ms 4^,690 TOMATO PUREE *„ 100 SALAD DRESSINGS" Ql .490 ICECREAM Mellnrine GRAPEFRUIT" 3 ,,,25fi CABBAGE ": n : ( :: Te : L,,. 50 SWEET POTATOES ,,,50 Choice Shoulder LAMB ROAST ib29< Fresh Ground Every Hour Gr'nd Beef 3 ifc 85 LAMB LEGS 49c U.S. Choice Ib. HAMS JO to J2 ib. Average Armour Star, Ib. 49< BEEFSTEW Fresh Cut Lean - Ib. BEEF ROAST 39* Chuck Lb. SLAB BACON 39* Sliced FREE - Ib. PORK SAUSAGE Pure ' 00 SALT MEAT Stnak- o-Uan, ' PORK STEAK Center Cuts - Ib. NECK BONES Fresh LJb. SPARE RIBS Small, fender Ib. 39* PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY NOTICE IV THE PKOBATE COURT OF CH1CKASAW1JA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS [N 1'HK MATTER OF THK EcliiMjiid E. Stevons. docY-ised j l.:t-t kno\\ii address of douedeiu: UlytJit-ville, Ark. An ii!>:irunu'nt dnU'ii April S, j H)3:">. w:is on the 4th day of OLMO-! bf: 1 , 19;")5. .iiliniuod to probate as j the; will of ti:e ubovc named iii'c-t\if!it, :ind the ur.dersiynod has ii^i"i\ Appointed exrcinrix thert'ii: 1 .lit-!-. A co!iioi:t of the probau' of -.hi- \\ill fan be elfecied only by 1'il- :::-.: .1 peiiiion within the tune pro- vul'.'ii by law. All persons h a v i n LT c-hiim-^ .i^.^:::s'. tilt 1 t'suiie must exhibit •hc::i. .inly verified, to Oie cuder- v^-iu'ci u'ithin six momim Iroin 'lie J.ite ot" the iirs; publication of this Mi'ticf, or they shall be forever ijLU'M'd unci precluded from any ijer.! 1 :"!*. in the es:;ite. Tlus iioiice publis'ucd 6th day of October. 1955. EDITH MILLER STEVENS, K:\ecutrix Agent for Service, James M. Gardner. 115 North Second Street Biyiheviile, Ark. 10 6-13 WARNING OKDKK IN Tin-: CHANCKRV COUKT, CIIIC'KASAWHA D1STIUCT, Mississirri COUNTY, AKKANSAS Olive Cook, PHf. vs. No. 13,119 A very Cook, Dft. The liL-it'ndam, A very Cook, is hereby \vanit'd to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption herrof and answer the complain', of ihe plaintiff. Olive Cook. Dated thi.s 5lh day ol October. 19f>5. CiKKALDINE I.ISTON. Clerk B; DONNA SIMMONS, D. C Guy \\MIK Any. Ed B. Cook, Any. ad. Lii^ni. 10 6-13-20-27 BARTLETT PEAR IN APPLE PIE is a delicious combination from California. Fresh. Bartlett Pears Are Good in Apple Pie HIGHEST QUA L I T _r _ MACARONI -SPAGHETTI PURE CGGNOODLES^ By GAYXOR MADDOX , NEA Food and Markets Editor j The temperature in the fruitful; San Joaquin Valley in California! was around 110 degrees F. as we picked and ute Bartlett pears from the sagging boughs. The hot sun had ripened the fruit deliciousiy. Later, we saw it in the packing sheds, packed carefully and pre- cooled for shipping to all parts of this pear-loving country, to arrive fresh and in perfect condition. We also picked up a novel recipe for pear-apple pie. If you desire, top with ready-sliced cheese in. pear shapes. Use a free-hand pattern cut from paper and mark I around it with the tip of a paring' knife. Arrange on the top of the pie just before bringing it to the table. Pear and Apple Pie Three or 4 apples, pared and diced (about 3 cups); 2 or 3 ripe California Bartlett pears , diced (about 2 cups); 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 cup sugar, 3 tablespoons flour, 12 teaspoon cinnamon, 3 tablespoons butter or margarine, pastry for 2-crust, 9- inch pie. Toss coarsely diced apples and pears with lemon juice. Mix sug-1 ar, flour and cinnamon, add to' fruit and mix well. Set aside while you roll out the bottom crust and line pie pan. Heap fruit in crust | and dot With butter or margarine. | Moisten edges of lower crust, cover with top crust and crimp edges to seal. Cut a few small slits in decoru-, five design in top crust to let! steam escape. Bake at 450 de-j grees F. (hot) for 10 minutes, then! turn down heat to 350 degrees F (moderate) and bake 40 to 50 minutes longer, until done. How can you tell when this kind of pie is done? That's easy. First, you'll begin to smell its wonderful fragrance. Then, when you peek in the oven, you'll see that it is beautifully browned and that its rich syrup is bubbling up through some of those slits. Better lay a piece or toil on the lower rack of the oven to catch any overflow. Cool pie. Then just before serving, warm it slightly and serve with cheese. Even your friends who talk about dieting will enjoy it to the last crumb. Grow basil in a poi on your kii- JIPII window. Keep the soil moist and pinch off the small leaves so! the herb will "spread." Basil is, of j course, a. must tor tomato sauce; ; ii is also delecM.ble in green salads; and in vegetable soups. If you use j it, iu the soup, mince it and add | iti the moment before serving. j T,, GUARANTEED Read Courier News Classified Ads. Bacon And Egg Sandwiches Soup and sandwiches fill the bill foi 1 a liylit me;tl. Ingredients: '•_• cup ripe olives, il l-.a.rd-cook(3d L'f^s, 4 cris-pVy-cooki^i bacon strips, 'i teaspoon saR, 1 3 cup mayonnaise. Method: Cut olives from pits; chop. Dice CKBS. Mix olives, eggs and crumbled bacon lightly. Sprinkle with salt and mix in lightly. (Makes about l :t i cups). Use as sandwich Best Grade Illinois Cool and Kindling Nut Coal or more tons $10 per ton plus tax B&CCoalCo. Phone 3-8612 Kirby Drug Store $725 For Your Old I KI.ECTIUC RAXOR on a new Remington, Schiclt, Konson or .\orclco Individuals-Groups-Farm Bureau Blue Cross - Blue Shield Call representative WAYLIN CHESSER . P.O. Boi 307 Bl.Ylheville, Ark. Phone I'Oplar 3-310G CAN'T STOP THE QUEEN MAR1T WITH A ClOTHESUNE . . ooy more than you can keep a tornado from hitting your house. But you can buy insurance — the right kind, in the right amount. We'll be glad to advit*. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. 3-6868 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 Wf dtfiw anywfitrt in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN YOUR TEXACO MAN Blytherille Phone 3-3391 Joiner Phone 2121 «W.V V.W. For Ail That's Good in Insurance Fire, Exlcndcd Corerage, Automobile, Hre, Tbelt »nd Liabilitj, and surety bonds for your employees. POR Soiinfl Insurance (irolcction and dciiendabli service, yo» »tt invited to call at our office, W. M. BURNS AGENCY 219 W. Walnut Phone 3-3361 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advcrtistd & Fancy Grocer!** The Finest in BEEF, VEAL, LAMB, PORK Genuine Hickory Smoked Country Ham Nationally Advertised ei Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In We Deliver Come In 1044 Chick SUPER MARKET North Hiway 61 at Highland Street NEW-MODERN SELF SERVE MEATS JY'S Fancy Fryers it 39 C Choice US Heovy Steer ChuckRoast- iU9 c Choice US Heavy Steer RoundSleak ib.79 c Boston Butts PorkRcasI ib.39 1 Krey's Reelfoot, Cello Franks ib. Top Quality Garden Fresh Produce Every Day Steed's Ice Cream A Complete Line Of Libby's Frozen Foods Premium or Crispy Crackers Ib. 25c Welch's, 24-oz. Grape Juice 42 C Kraft's Fine MIRACLE WHIP Jar SHOP S & E FOR QUALITY

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