The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1952 · Page 16
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May 22, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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TJTUKTOAY, MAT «Z, 1951 Wholesale Price Of Food Jumps Index Shows Cost* In Sharpest Rise Since December, 1950 NEW YORK M—Wholesale food prices this week made their sharpest rise since December of 1950, according to tlie Dun & Brnclslreet food index. Tlie index rose to $6.48 from $0 38 last week and was at the highest lei-el since mid-March. It was 9.6 ppr cent below the year-aeo index jTof S7.n. however. There were increases of like amount In December, 1950, but tlie index hadn't gained more in a sin- Ble week since the period shortly after the outbreak ol the Korean'wnr when scare buying drove wholesale food prices up spectacularly. The index figure is arrived at by adding up the wholesale cost of one pound each of 31 Joods in general use. Eggs, Broilers Are Suggested Protein in, Headache Out of Budget with These Ecounomy Items To get protein In your family meals and to keep headaches mifc of your bi!d»et. use pgf.s and broilers frenuentlv. They are both listed tip very abundant on the Deoart- •Vi-ent of Agriculture's list of plentiful foods for this month. There's n lot of vitamin C around, too. The same lift includes oranges, grapefruit, and canned and frozen orange and grapefruit Juice. Other foods abundant now. beside fresh locally provvn vegetables, include dairy product, fi^h. fresh and frozen, peanut butter, cooking fats and salad oils. Lamb is not on the list. But if ycu want variety, then this recipe U'ill please you. It Is very easy to prepare and should appeal to campers. Quick Lamb Curry (4 servings) One and one-hnlf pounds shoul- •der lamb. I teaspoon kitchen bouquet. 1 tablespoon lat. 2 cups water. 1 teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon curry powder. ',4 cup seedless raisins. 8-ounce can small white onions, No. 2 can tiny peeled potatoes, drained,] 8-ounce can diced carols. 2 tablespoons cornstarch. Cut lamb from bones, discarding fat and gristle. Cut lamb In 1-inch ' . cubes. Place pieces of meat In a • bowL Sprinkle with kitchen bouquet. Rtir meat to coat piec-es evenly. Melt fnt in saucepan. Add lamb and brown well over moderate heat. Arid water, salt and curry powder. Cover and bring to boil. Cook until meat is tender, about 15 minutes. Arid raisins, contents of can of onions and the potatoes. Drain and add the carrots, reserving carrot broth. Heat thoroughly, about 10 minutes longer. Blend together cornstarch and cax- rot liquid. Add to curry mixture and cook, stirring constantly, until the sauce thickens. Serve immediately. Beet and Spaghetti Try this ground beef-spaghetti special. Brown the beef with a little onion, then combine In a bakiii? ' dish with ccoked spaghetti, diced green peppers. Slice off the stern Pour a can of condensed tomato soup over It and bake In a 350 degree P. oveo for 45 minutes. ^ Sandwich Xp.ws This unusual sandwich filling m echool lunches makes ii.se of ground cooked meat. Combine I cup of ground cocked meat with 'i cup of chopped cabbage. 3 tablespoons of diced pickle and 1 tablespoon of chopped onion. Moisten with \* cup of mayonnaise. KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate, !M f 'r pure! Fine treated for dry appjtralion. 512.30 per 100 His. A. H. WEBB CULVERT TIM; TO. Iliway 61, State Line—Phone »4H thai means Speedometer Repair! We specialize In «(T|n B t-d, T service on speedometer repair for nil makes of cars and trvcki. Drive In tomorrow—we'll help you OR1VK WITH CARE, T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. ChrT.iler-Plrmn»th T>«ler 12! K. Main Phone 2121 FT.TmgTTT.Lg. (ARX.y eOTTHTER Best Bakery LARGE ANGEL FOOD CAKE The Dainty Fat HUMKO Digestible all-purpose cooking fat at a bargain basement price. KROGER SUPER-SOFT WHITE Stays toft for days and days. J0_., saves you more Injl 1 « 0 6 E R EXTRA THIN SODA Crackers 4 separate-sealed packs In every pound Open one. the rest stay freBh! 23' GRAHAM CRACKERS R«rul<lr or Honey KROGER FflESH-BAKEO Fig Bars Luscious figs baked In golden cak« batter. A. top-quality Kroger valuel WESTPAC PEARS Delicious halves. Perfect for salads or dessert. They're floating in heavy naturally good syrup. No. can 25* WESSON fbrk&Bteans Oranqe Juice Boy, what a • tummer drink special! KROGER 46 OZ. CAN LOOK! PINT BOTTLE Sfarkisl TUNA Wo. '/a Chunk 34c IJreast 0 Chicken TUNA No. Vi Flakes 38c RINSO Larg* Box SILVERDUST Large Box 28$ SNOWDRIFT Lb. Can Sunshine CHEEZITS 6 Oz. Pkg. 19* LUX SOAP Reg. Bath Ban SLAB BACON SUGAR-CURED - BY THE PIECE ends Centers Ib. 37c SKINLESS FRANKS GROUND BEEF Kroger Blended Perfectly for |b. Juicy Hamburgers WAGNER Cello Wrap I C ' LEMONS Thin-skinned . . extra juicy! Use lemon juice in ^ ^\ salad dressings for added doz * VJ f M ^" •* flavor. Buy • supply »t this low pri$e. Large well filled ears CORN POLE BEANS BELL PEPPERS Fancy Fresh Each Lb. Calif. Wonders ea. SUGAR SWEET GHERKINS MUSHROOM SAUCE CHICKEN:NOODLES 10 LUX FLAKES ^ ^ JLl $ Lorge Box 7-Minit Pie Mix Banana Cream LIFEBUOY Cul-I?ite WAX PAPER 125 Ft.