The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1955 · Page 12
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PXGB TTTE1TB BLYTHEYTLLE (AKKJ COimiKR TIIUKSnAT, OCTOTiER 20. 195J SUPER MARKET North Highway 61 at Highland NEW! MODERN! SELF SERVICE U.S. Choice Round STEAK - - - ib. 79c U.S. Choice Steer, Chuck ROAST - - - ib. 49c Lean and Meaty PORK CHOPS ib 35c Little Andy OLEO---5ib$.$1 EGGS V" Fresh I 35 Grade "A" Fresh Pullet Eggs DOZ. Taste Good Cling, No. 2>/ 2 PEACHES 3 f o,$1 Grand Prize, Custard Style, No. 2!/ 2 PUMPKIN 5ro, $1 Bush Fresh Shelled BLACKEYEPEAS c- n 140 Bush, Fresh Shelled PURPLE HULL PEAS Can 140 3Uc Coupon In Each Kn% ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25 229 20c Coupon In Euch Bag ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 10 1.09 MiC I'reinium And KRISPY CRACKERS 250 PURE LARD Armour Star or Krey 4Lb. Ctn. GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE LIBBY'S FROZEN FOODS STEED'S QUALITY ICE CREAM SHOP S&E FOR QUALITY THIS TEEN'-AGER will feel better after a good breakfast of fruit, cereal, bread, butter or margarine and milk. Good Breakfast Vital ToYour Child's Health By CAYXOR MADOOX I NEA Food and Markets Editor ' Now that school begins, let's i face it. Fruit, cereal and milk for| breakfast, are as important to yourj children — that includes teen-agers! — as their books and teachers, j Researchers at the University ofj Iowa have spent five years studying the effects of adequate breakfast on the health, stamina and alertness of growing children. They, as have nutritionists (it Harvard and other universities, have found that a breakfast that provides L 4 of the daily nutritional requirements is necessary tor growth and resistance. Statistics prove that children who eat (in adequate breakfast regularly tend to maintain higher school averages. What Is an adequate breakfast? Most nutritionists usree that a ba- j sic adeouate breaklast nmsi in| elude fruit, cereal with milk, srmir i form of bread, butler or margarine, ' and milk. : Frequently teen-a^e girls try to get a .slim figure by .skipping ! breakfast and eating inadequate meals. However, research by Iowa . State College disclosed that thej tendency among older teen-age girl.s toward? heaviness disappeared when the diets were liberal in every respect, including calories. This study .suggest? that the inadequate diet? of teen-age girls are often ineffective in reducing their waistlines or in keeping them slim. Note to mothers; You'll be more successful in encouraging your teen-age daughter to eat breakfast if you have it ready for her 10 eat and if you join her by either eating or viMtini". Teen-age girls do not like to take time to prepare their own breakfasts or eat alone. Here's a quickie basic breakfast which can be ready m 10 minutes or less: Breakfast: Orange juice ( l o cup), whole wheat ilakes (1 ounce) with whole, milk f !2 cupi, sugar (1 teaspoon 1 . cinnamon raisin toast (2 slices, buttered.', whole milk to drink U cupi. When -.ou art; putting a chirken into your frt'e/,er. wrap and freeze the giblets ofpanudy from UK J bird. And never stuff uic ehrcnpn before freezing. i Everyone Lik«$ This Coffw Ring BT CKC1LV BROWNSTONR AshocialeH Press Food Editur IF YOU ARE AN OLD HAND it baking with yeast, our delicious co- coconut -and-plum sweet bread will intrigue you. If you have never baked with yeast, don't let, it scare you! The basis of ttie sweet bread is * hot roll mix; follow directions carefully and you are bound to get A loi of satisfaction from having made this risen coffee ring. If you are having; company at a brunch, have a big pitcher of cold tomato or orange juice ready on a [ray with glasses, so guests can help tnrmselves as soon as they arrive. Then you might serve shir red CKRS wiih chicken livers, mushrooms and bacon. Have crisp buttered toast to KO with the eggs. The coffee ring can be brought on after [his main course and eaten with tho.se second — and third — cups of gooti strong hot coffee. This is one of our favorite ways to prepare shirred eggs. Grease shirred-ega dishes with butter: or u?e shallow, six-inch individual heat-resistant glass pic plates. Pour a tablespoon of heavy cream into each buttered dish. Now put two eggs in each, without breaking the yolks. Bake in a slow i325 de- yrees) oven 12 to 18 minutes or until as firm as desired. Sprinkle with sale and paprika. To prepare the chicken-liver ac- comp;mmient, cut each liver into quarters. Cook in butter in a skillet with sliced mushrooms, salt and pepper. Top with strips of crisply- cooked bacon and garnish with parsley. COCOM'T-PLUM COFFEE RING Ingredients: 1 package 114 1 , ounces hot roll mix. 1 can (1 pound and 14 ounces* purple plums i.well drained) >o cup sugar, Hi teaspoons cinnamon, % cup butter or margarine (soft). 1 cup canned moist-type shredded coconut, confectioners' sugar glaze (if desired), Method: Prepare hot roll mix according to basic recipe on package. Pit drained plums; place in strainer to drain again. Mix sugar and cinnamon, together. When ready to shape, divide dough in half. Roll out on lightly floured .surface into two rectangles — 8 by 14 inches each. Spread wiih butter and sprinkle with sugar-cinnamon mixture and coconut. Arrange plums over coconut. Roll up each rectangle in jelly-roll fashion. Bring ends together to form two rings. Seal ends ajid .place on greased baking sheets. With scissors, make cuts two-thirds of the way through the rings at l'-.inch intervals; turn each cut section on Its side. Let rise in warm place, covered with waxed paper or towel, until double in bulk — 30 to 60 minutes. Bake in moderate i375 degrees! oven 30 to 35 minutes or until well browned. Let cool 6 minutes, then frost with confectioners' sugar glaze if used. Makes two 10-inch ceffee rings. Variation: 2 3 cup chopped walnut meats may be sprinkled on the dough with the coconut. Shaping;: Cues may be made at l'i.-inch intervals with scissors in tops of rings instead of cutting- through-ana-twisting as directed, Ju.st be sure the top slits are well opened. This shaping variation is easier to manage than the one given in the recipe method. Confectioners' Sugar Glaze: Mi* 1 cup of sifted confectioners* sugar with 1 M 2 tablespoons warm water and ^2 teaspoon vanilla. Read Courier News Classified Ads - , FRUITFUL IDEA —Something new in Halloween jack-o'-lanterns is displayed by UAL Stewardess Murjorie Murren on one of her flying visits to Unwnii. It's a large pineapple, carved in the traditional pumpkin-face manner. best ' margarine is Cream- enriched CONTANS CREAM USED COMBINES 2 Money-Harris Model 27 Self-Propelled Combines. 2 Massey-Harris Model 27L Self-Propelled Combines. 3 International Self-Propelled Combines. Several Allis-Chalmers and Case Pull Combines. Alto one used Rust Cotton Picker, excellent condition. Picked only 40 bales. 61 IMPLEMENT CO. YOM- N. Highway HI Dmltr Ph. 2-2MS EBERDT'S GATEWAY GROCERY 2101 Rose St. 1 Oz. Box Ph.3-3161 Black Pepper 5 ( Honeysuckle MEAL Mayflower CATSUP Rubbing COMPOUND High Power TAMALES Crisp LETTUCE 5 £ 25t bti. Jumbo No. 2Vi size 29< Florida GRAPEFRUIT 2 Large Franks 3ib$.89 ( Chuck Beef ROAST Maxwell House or Folgcrs COFFEE Jack Sprat PITTED DATES Nabisco Cookies BLACK WALNUT Pink DREFT Lb. .Tin 26? 25< • Shop in Temperature-Controlled Comfort • Plenty of Free Parking Room • Lower Price* • Self Service SIMON'S SUPER MARKET 104 W. Main St. Phone 3-9660 U.S. Good Mature Beef CHUCKROASTib39' Choice Shoulder Lamb Roast • L 29 1 LAMB LEGS U.S. Choice Ib. ROUHD STEAK U.S. Good, Ib. 69<z PORK STEAK Center Cuts - Ib. 39<r SEAL STEAK Lean, Tender, Ib. BOLOGNA BY Chunk, Ib. 29* VEAL ROAST Any Size, Ib. 39* BEEF STEW Fresh Cut - - Ib. BEEF Freshly Ground Every Hour * C SPARE RIBS 39* Small, Tender, Ib. PORK SAUSAGE Pure ' 00 FREE - 5 Lbs. Sugar--FREE $2.39 With 25 Lbs. 25 Lbi . OLEO""""" CHEESE SPREAD'""™' 2,::, 590 Perfect for Ice Bo.\ Cakes CHOCOLATE WAFERS N 'X 390 HYDROX COOKIES s ' e ,, k , 250 PET MILK Can ! Uo : 2,™ 250 AUgi | With Koans A UlHLI College Inn L CATSUP"""" SARDIHESZ 2r,29(i Cans SHORTENING 3 Lb. Can Adams—46 01. can Orange Juice 25 C PEACHES A \- 29 C Little Geneva BBL. $13 95 FLOUR 25 - M 69 fBIlffloR FLUFF \ Lb 70C Vl\UV»W ' J Can f f Tomato Puree can 5 C GRAPEFRUIT 1 "' 2 , DELICIOUS APPLES , ; . 50 SWEET Potatoes-"" - 5 C Bu. $1.95 Lt Firm Heads la. LETTUCE Oranges '""- PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY

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