The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1955 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
Page 13
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1955 BLYTHEVIU-E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN These Treats Are Not Tricky Rice Pudding Served Withan Serve an oriental sauce with an eusily made, oven-baked rice pudding. Tliis oriental sauce has an intriguing flavor which compliments the rice pudding. The pudding is delicious and it's an extra nutritious dessert since a good deal of milk cooks into the rice during the baking. Ingredients For Pudding: 4 cups milk 2/3 cup uncooked white rice l /2 teaspoon salt 2 eggs, well beaten Dress Up Meat Loaf With This Sauce Dress up old-standby meat loal this way. Ingredients: Ij4 cup butter or margarine, 1 large onion (cut in thin strips), 2 ribs celery (cut in thin crescents), 2 .tablespoons diced green pepper, 1 can (10 1;2 ounces 1 condensed tomato soup (undiluted), 34 cup (about) drained cooked or canned green peas, 1;4 to 1-2 teaspoon, sugar, . Method: Melt butter in saucepan; add onion, celery and green pepper; cook over low heat until soften$d, stirring often. Stir in tomato soup, peas and sugar; heat. Makes enough sauce for 8 servings of meat loaf. Bu//et Stays in Heart EL PASO, 111. tf) — Andrew J. Stephens has a .22 caliber bullet lodged in his heart and there is little he can do about it. An examination by a Chicago heart specialist showed that thare would be more danger in removing the bullet than in allowing it to remain in his heart muscle. Stephens was accidentally shot when his cousin, Beulah Wagner, handed him a gun. Coo/ for Promotion CHARLESTON, W. Va. tf William C. Marland, courting new industries for the state, passes out small gifts to industrialists. They're cuff links manufactured by inmates of the Federal Women's Reformatory, centered with a dime-sized piece of coal. Coal is West Virginia's leading industry. WARNING ORDER _IN THE_CHANCERY COURT, CHTCKASAWBA DISTRICT, . MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, :". ARKANSAS Mildred Summers, Pltf. vs. No. 13,120 • William T. Summers, Dft. The defendant, Williams T. Summers, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Mildred Summers. Dated this 5th day of October, 1955. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. Guy Walls, Atty. Ed B. Cook, Atty. Ad. Lltem. 10/6-13-20-27 HEART EXPERT-Dr. Carl J. Wiggers of Cleveland, Ohio, is the winner of the 1955 Albert Lasker Award of the American Heart Association. Dr. Wiggers, professor of physiology at tibe Cleveland Clinic, receives tbe award "for distinguished achievement in the field of cardiovascular research." \'z cup beet or cane sugar Ingredients Fo. 1 Oriental Sauce: 1 cup beet or cane sugar 2 cups water 1 orange (juice and grated peel) 1 lemon (juice and grated peel) 2 tablespoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons water '/4 cup candied ginger (cut into small pieces) \\ cup slivered blanched almonds METHOD FOR PUDDING: Put the milk, rice and salt in a we! greased 2-quart oven dish. Place in a pre-heated 325 degree F. oven for l hour and 15 minutes or until most of the milk is absorbed. Stir several times during the baking. Mix together Ihe eggs and .sugar. Remove the baking (fish from the oven. Stir in the egg mixture. Return the baking dish to the oven for 15 minutes. Allow to cool before serving. Stir in more milk if a creamier mixture is desired. METHOD FOR SAUCE: In saucepan, mix together the sugar and the 2 cups of water. Cook over a low heat until the sugar dissolves. Stir in orange juice and peel and the lemon juice and peel. Add the 2 tablespoons of water to the cornstarch. Mix to form paste. Stir some of the hot mixture into the cornstarch. Return to the saucepan and cook until the mixture thickens slightly. Stir in the ginger and almonds. Serve warm or chilled over servings of the rice pudding. This recipe makes 6 to 8 servings. By CKCILY BROWNSTONE i Associated I'ress Food Editor ! KVKN GHOSTS like to eat on Halloween. So for party nmsauer- aders, we suggest having lots ol good crisp—and inexpensive—molasses cookies on hand. Made in the shape of pumpkins, witches and cats, the cookies wilt be real treats, the only trick in preparing them is in shaping them and using a bit of frosting to bring out their best features. Along with the rolled cookies, bake a pan of Molasses Fruit Squares and spread them with orange-tinted frosting. Served together, the crisp and bar-type sweets, will make fine go-alongs for a hot drink. CKISP HALLOWEEN COOKIES Ingredients: 2'/ 2 cups sifted flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, ! / 2 teaspoon baking soda, '/!> teaspoon salt, z teaspoons cinnamon, 1 teaspoon ginger, 1 teaspoon cloves, '/2 teaspoon nutmeg, ',•> cup shorten' ing, ''a cup sugar, '/ 2 cup old-fash' ioned molasses, 1 egg. Method: Sift together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and nutmeg. Cream shortening, sugar and molasses. Add egg; mix thoroughly. Add sifted dry ingredients to molasses mixture, mixing well. Chill lib hours: Roll out '/ 8 -inch thick on lightly-floured board pastry cloth. Cut with 2 1 / 2 -inch round cookie-cutter; leave enough dough to cut out one round 8-inch cookie for a clock face. For cat- face cookies make ears with two small triangles of dough pressed into top edge of cookie rounds. For witches hats press a small triangle of dough on the top edges of cookie rounds. For pumpkin cookies press small stems of dough under top edges of cookie rounds ; make pumpkin faces with paring knife before baking. (After baking, put two • pumpkin c.ookies together sandwich-fashion with Ornamental | Frosting.) Bake cookies in a moderate (350 degrees) oven 5 to 7 minutes. Cool and decorate with a small amount of Ornamental .Frosting, using cake decorator. Makes about 8 dozen cookies. ORNAMENTAL FROSTING Ingredients: 2 to 2'/4 cups confectioners' sugar 1 * & teaspoon cream of tartar, 2 egg whites, % teaspoon vanilla. Method: Sift together the confectioners' sugar and cream of tartar; add egg whites and vanilla. Beat with a rotary beater (hand or electric) until frosting holds its shape Cover with a damp cloth until ready to use. MOLASSES FRUIT SQUARES Ingredients: i/, cup shortening, ',4 cup sugar, '/ 4 teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 2/3 cup old-fashioned molasses, 1 egg, l'/i cups sifted flour, 1 cup finely-cut dates, '/ 2 cup chopped walnut »r pecan meats. Method: Cream together the shortening, sugar, soda, salt anc cinnamon. Beat in molasses, then egg. Stir in flour, dates and nuts. Spread in a greased and lightly- floured 9 by 9 by 2 inch .baking pan Bake in moderate (375 degrees oven 25 minutes. Cool. Turn out on cutting board or plate. Make confection frosting adding 1 tablespoon grated orange rind and tint orange with a few drops of food coloring. Frost. To cut into squares, make 5 cuts one way and cross with 5 cuts. Makes 36 squares. SMALL-FRY TODDY Ingredients: For each serving—1 cup milk, 1 tablespoon old-fashioned molasses, heaping teaspoon of whipped cream, nutmeg. Method: Heat milk, stir in molasses. Pour into mug. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle with nutmeg. ,A cup of uncooked rice, will yield three to four cups of cooked rice, depending on the cooking method used. No Beer Refreshes Like., beft , margarine is ; Cream- enriched k - AND ONLY CREANtO It Pays to Shop at Mays! PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE CDCC f K L U on Rogers Bros. Silver FREE QIAF Riceland—in cello Illvk Plump, Tender Grains 2 £.290 WAXED PAPER cutre 10 ° fl ROU 240 APPLE BUTTER DukhGd 2 1 ! ooes further ^NP , f , ~ V* f tti i >*.<# Southern Daisy — PI. or S.R. in Pillow Case FLOUR 25 Lb s 8 II* C ADC A II Caldwell's IOC WIlCHm Mellorine PET MILK" c ""± COCONUT CORN Mayfield Baker's Angel Flake I 2 2 . Bhl. Gal. Tall Cans Cans 303 Cans S 15 5 390 250 350 IIAI ACCFC Tennessee 5«| l!) IflULHvWkV Pure Sorghum Gal. CORN MEAL New Crop 5 Bag 320 All UP ||IV White, Yellow Devil's J QOx U AIV CM IA Food-Any Brand... 1 For 30J» SARDINES stF r ad t a can p s ack 3 I0 r 290 PURE LARD Amoussar 50 stand $ 6" tf ANILLA WAFERS DixieBell P 2 k goz 190 .!? p .., 2 (jb ,250 FRESH & CURED MEAT GROUND BEEF BACON Ends& . pietes PORK SAUSAGE pmeseasned Ground Grade "A"—Fully Dressed & Drawn... 3 us 850 5 us 890 3 Ihs $1 WHITING FISH U. I Box FRESH PRODUCE No. 1 Michigan Jonathana Hot Green 0 0 Us. Utah Pascal POTATOES N ° l Rel 10^490 Sweet Vellow Low Prices — Courteoui SerVie* MAYS SUPER MARKET 421 S. 21st Ph. 3-9910 BOSTON BUTTS PORK ROAST 37 PORK STEAK 49 HAMS Frosty Morn, Butt Half Lb. Old Fashioned, Reg. Style BOLOGNA 2i Lb. Stick Argo PEACHES No. 2i Can 25 Del Monte, No. 303, White Sunshine Krispy CREAM CORN Can 150 CRACKERS u 190 Pure Ground. 1 Oz. Can 5 Lb. Bag BLACK PEPPER 50 SUGAR u. 490 Heinz 3 Jars 25' Armours Star, White PURE LARD 50 Lbs. 6 85 Frozen Dessert MELLORINE I Gal. 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