The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1948 · Page 8
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PACT TWKLYB Modern Parents Learn Nutrition Improved Health For Ba«i44 Results, Pediatrician Says CONSCIENTIOUS, Informed par•BU, who c»rry • out "jiist wh»t th« doctor ordered,"• >r* re- *ponslbl« for th« Improved health o* today's crop of nearly four mtl- llom American tablet, according to Dr. Wwln A. Socolm, eminent N«w Orlearu pediatrician. "Th» education of parent* In principles of nutrition has contributed to-the Improved health et tn« modern American child," ht uiyi. ; Dr. Socola, oienitxr , of the American Board of Pediatrics, Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and head o( lh« Department of Pediatrics in the New Orlwru hospital. Hole! Dleii, fftrftA&ea the all-round program n*CM«r to utablish and guard 'a foundation of sturdy health for th« nation's future citizens. i "Proper nutrition, periodical examination* and specific linnumlza- Xlon prlcedurei, carried out by ,th« physician with the co-operation of tht- parents serve lo pre- p*r« th* child for his place In a highly competitive world," in explain*. . Sprint 1< the traditional season to Uk> Inventory, to National JBaby. Week t* a happy tfint lor ,th«t long-planned checkup for . B»by and Junior, Make it « review or the .»ntir« health pro- ;rr«m. with special -attention to 'daJljr eallnj habits. Here ar« a •lew app«ttt« teasers for th« younu ^—food for grown-ups too: s Main pish Sauce: Heat 1 coii- t«ln«r chicken of vegetable soup; Tor older children or adults add "i ••cup sliced mushrooms, iauteed or ; Salad or Assert: Add baby fruit or vegetables combinations to ^baslc gelatin recipe, or flavored 'gelatin, Just before mixture sets. \Add lemon juice for bland fruits. ;Serve as dessert or u salad with ioottag* cheese. '- Fruit Sauces: Serve any of the ^chilled fruit-i on puddings, cus- ^tards, over plain cake or ice \ Spring Stlad Topping: Thor- ^ughly blend W to 1 (3-oiince) •package cream oheeM, 1 ,(414- j»unc«) container strained fruit -i«ndVl: teaspoon »H. (Try aprl- W6t« wHh farina.) BI,YTHEVn,LB (ARK.)' COURIER Every Baby Is an Individual Blf Brother'! (rewtb ln*(jr«« hlth When Oranuy used a ruler, 1C wa* over th« hep-d to measura growth. This 1* itill the traditional American way to check up on sprouting Juniors. However, no two children progre.ss alike, even in the same family, yet some parents often try to copy another's feccUns ichedule in their Impatience to speed a bauy'v progress. Pediatricians constantly remind that each baby h an Individual, right through eating, sleeping, growing. A particular month-old Eifant may require 20 hotlri sleep a day—but others, of llu same age, may need much lass. And it's th« same with iood. There U 110 blanket' ichedult for the tj'pas and amount! of food a baby need* lor lormal, healthy development. Bach jaby U a special case. B»bl« don't lust grow. It takes wisdom, time, care—an dcxpcrlenced guidance. Tilts is the season, National Baby Week, for emphasizing a careful check-up on baby's complete schedule and progress. Even though your hriving youngster seems "in thi olnk." it's important to know how xl keep him that way. L«t the cioo- :or review his dally routine and Lheu follow tiirough aronm! the calendar with "Jiut what the doo- ,or ordered." Hera are' somt party trtaU safe 'or the youngi Aprlcol Refresher (Two medium-lined servln|s) One egg white, 1 tablespoons chilled orange Juice, 1 (4 I-2-ounce) container chilled apricots with farina. ' Clombln* Ingredient* lo jar with -dialr staler to lick jilider clean. tlKhl-fltlliiK top. sliakc until well mixed but not loamy. Serve at oiK'o. Golden Ntclar (Servtw J or 3 small folks) 'IVo (* 1-2-ouilCD) containers ap- vicol.s with farinii or .siinliird iwaclics, 2 tea-spoons lemon juice, few grr.ina salt, 1 tabk'spoon Kuijai, Kabobs Popular At Picnic Time Food Expert Says Picnic iiioixLt are In the air with the /iist prolonged period of warm weather, so plan, a ready-lo-eat menu, say.s Rcba staggs, authority on foods, and picknlcken can b« off for the great outdoors the next time a free minute and good weather coincide. Kalwbs witj) a different t»lsl are MLss stagg's first su«gcslton. llie good flavor of smoked pork U the mnin feature of this delicacy. To make kttbobs, altcrnnte cubes of Canadian bacon and golden pineapple chunks on the lines of a. luTge roasting fork—one kabob un each tine. When the fire Is roaring, R takes only a matter of seconds for browning and the kabobs are ready to eat. Companion pieces to the kabobs in the .picnic basket might be potatoes cooked in their Jackets, ready to pantry in meal dijp)>i)>g. s in a heavy frying-pan; buttered buns; i a bowl of cabbage salad, and square.'; ' of chocolate cake and fresh fruit for do.ssert. ' j Head Courier News Want Atls. 1 larjio .serving vanilla ice cream. Combine all ingredients and beat just enough to blend d«ep-p»netratlna »alt that alwayt BIG BUYS LE Ib. Ag«d Witcoiwin Hoop CHEESE lb.69c •RING US YOUR COLGATE PALMOLIYI-PEET COUPONS! SALTMEAT!b39< PAIMOLIVE Sugar Curtd Smoked JOWLS Tub . and Shower Ib. 39c PICNICS Swift'» Circle S Lb. 55< , FRESH DRESSED HENS AND FRYERS Cashmere Bouquet ' c Suds forflishes and Duds BathSfi* Each 14c 2 for 25c Lge.Size 36* Large Size 29* STRAWBERRIES, Golden Rip« Guatemala BANANAS Ib 10 ' Fresfc. ^ ' ' GREEN BEANS It) i5 Baby, tender YELLOW SQUASH ,,25 Giant Si« - 11. t«l LEMONS „ 49 rSour OT Dill Dor. f» PICKLES 97 •Brook's Qt.fcl TOMATO CATSUP 19 .Libby's No.'2J/2 tin" FRUITS FOR SALAD ,,57 Quart . . Hunt's No. 2 I / J tin SPINACH Jdoal DOG FOOD Charniin TOILET TISSUE Del .Mont* No. 1 can PEARS Hersliev's l-arjje CHOCOLATE BARS Trend Large Si/e Itax - sycs POWDER Holsiim No. 2>/i I in PEARS 35c 2 for Rn,, fcJ 10 C .23 C 2 for ____ Ka OQ 03 !•• W«nt M*h, CITY SUPER MARKET YOUR HOME-OWNED STORK Thfli»« ZfifiR THURSDAY, APRH, N, 1»«8 EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk IT'S KROGER FOR BETTER VAIUES TO COT THE COST OF UVINO APPLE BUTTER LI KROGER Standard Brand Blended Juice CHERRIES Kroger Red Pi« PRESERVES ,' '1 EVAPMILK 8 S','l HERSHEY Chocolate Syrup POST'S Corn Toaslk-s KELLOG'S Corn Flakes DUZ Washing- Powder APRICOTS Avondale DOG FOOD Stronjfheart LIGHT GLOBES LI 100-WaK COFFEE Kroger Cacuum CORN cl'l Avondale Cream Whit* CATSUP Frazier's. APPLE SAUCE d'1 STOKELY Kr() e cr Tomato Juic» i KRAUT Kroger SARAfMA"""Z sv i PEAS Pork and Beans " "T Avondai* STRETCH YOUR FOOD DOLLAR, STOCK UP AT KROGER DURING OUR . . . Cans < ?1 &Z KIDNEY BEANS '1 PEfls -Inan nf 4V, • """W Standard Brand CATSUP Heinz Tomato cansl BRAN FLARES pL'l Post'* '^'- ' MACKEREL Standard Brand APPLE JEUYriJi j\!ot('s ' It's Notional Baby Week Shop Your Kroker Baby Food Department CLAPP'S $i k 13 )Cans GERBER'Sc 13 FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES ORANGES 3 'ir 1.00 Florida Sweet Juicy StRAWBERRiES Red Ripe Sweet—Home Grown. TOMitOES ~" Red Ripe—Slicing Quality. ,, ORANGE JUICE KROGKR 1 CORN 3 Bars Tender Fresh Sweet 19 C PEAS 21bs 29 c Tender Sweet English SPAGHETTI DINNER KKOGKR I'kRS. 4 1 HOT TAMALES DERBY RADISHES,JO ONIONS ,9 Fancy Fresh Red Fancy Home Grown - -- MOKED'HAMS'''^'^""'^ 4 51 Swift Premium tender. Jals • Butt Half or Whole Ib. 59e; Center Slices Ib. 79e SPAGHETTI IJBBY'S WITH MK*T BAl.i.S * Cans Hamburger, Kroger^--"-lb. A pound of fresh meat ground with the correct, lean and suet, every morse! good. EVAP MILK KROGKRSMALL Cans Salt Meat Ib. 12( Srreak-O-Lean. PEANUT BUTTER IJKTBR PAN » 5 Jars i Frying Chickens - - - Ib. 72< 1948 Fresh Dressed—Pan Ready RED PEPPERS STANDAR DBRANI) 10 Jars 1 WHITING 19 CARP 19 C ' Dressed Rough River RICE WONDKR 7 $1 Boxes I Baking Soda - - 24Pkgs.$1 Arm and Hammer. CHILI SAUCE SAROIK R $• Bottles i Tomatoes - - —- - 8 cans $1 Standard Brand.

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