The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1948 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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J'AGB • BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Meat 'Drippings' Used for Flavor "Waste" From Roasts Can Be Used to Improve Vegetable* Bonus blls from meat Dial arc often overlooked arc the "drlp- ptngs" from roasts, and (he fi\t that comes with most meats. Drippings, ' of • course, make delicious flavoring to mix with vegetables or mashed potatoes, while Hie extra fat saved from meat is handy for alt kinds of thrifty tricks ill day- to-day cookery. That extra fat may be cut from n well-larded cut of meat, from a slice of ham or a pork hock. It may , l>e the rind cut from a whole strip or piece of bacon or salt |x>rk, or the jowl butt. In any, case, these bonus mis of meat fat'liolp in making more of the meat you buy. For instance, you can use fat trimmings us seasonings for sauce, gravies and soups, and in making ijulck hot breads- the old fnslsioned way by ' adding chopped pieces of fat to the ha tier. You can fry bacon, salt pork of jowl rind until crisp ancJ use to prepare o!d fashioned crackling bread or country gravy. After frying, grind or rhop and combine with other meats for added flavor; adrl to Hiejit putties or IO.IVM, lo liver patties or loaves, to scrambled cg^s or brains. It's also smart and saving to grind crisp, fried rinrt and blend it with crumbs for a savory topping on condoles. Jam Adds Zest, Flavor to Food Three Runways at Rogers Airport Are Completed ROGERS, Ark., May 13. (UP) — The first three runways at the Roijers Airport have been completed, and a fourth will be started la the near future, according to C. Jlmmlc Carter, president of the Rogers Airport Corporation. Two of the main runways are 3,500 feet long, and the diagonal Is 2,500 feet. The second phase of the bulldiV; program will sec the completion or x 4,000-foot runway, additional hangar space and a larger admin- I Istratiou building. By (Jaynor Matlclox . NUA Bluff H'ritrr It's time to make strawberry jiun. Bread, butter, jam and milk make an excellent snack for the children. Spread atop any soft cheese;, Jam makes a nulrilious and good sandwich lilting. Homemade- spreads as a topping. A simonful on a boiled gjfltriorl/.c n plaiti cake, when used Mix nnd .sift dry ingredients to- idd milk which has been nixed with beaten CKK yolks; add nelted butter. Rent until all lumps iavc disappeared and ywi have a niooth creamy mixture, Fold in jeaten egg wh lot (11 tukcs I>rchc:it. your custard or pudding will give these j tlie correct »n bake three mif lifts ceased l.ss NOT1CH Notice is hereby given tliat the undersigned will within the lime fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for a penult to sell beer at retail at 1001 N. Sixth, Blylhe- ville. Mississippi County. The undersigned stutes that he fs n ciij/en of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felon:,' or oilier crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by Hie tnderslgncci has been revoked within five years Insl past; nnd Hint the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws or this slate, or any other state, relating to tha sale of alcoholic liquors. J. L MOULTRIE Subscribed nnd sworn to before me tills 12 day of Mny, 1948. . Elizabeth Mason, ,CSEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expies 4-28-50. simple desserts a "new look." Waffle parties are an inexpensive form of enlertuhnnent. Tljcre should he plenty of piping hot waffles, a meat, -such us bacon, sausage or ham and lots of strawberry jam. Spicri? SiravvlinTy Jam (Makes about 10 slv-uuncc glasses) Pom- cups prepared fruit, 1 cups sugar. ',4 bottle fruit pectin, combination of spices. To prepare the fruit: Crush completely, one layer at a time, aboul 2 quarts fully ripe strawberries. Measure 4 cups into a very large saucepan. To make thi- j.'trti: Add .sugar to fruit in saucepan and mix well. Add Vi to 1 teaspoon each cinnamon, allspice, and cloves or any ticslred combination of spices to strawberries before cooking. Place over high heat, bring to a full rolling hull, mid hull h:ml 1 mlmilc. stirring constanily. Remove from heat niul stir In bottled fruit, pectin. Then stir and skim by turns for 5 minutes lr> cool slightly, to prevent floating fruit. Ladle quickly inio glasses. Paraffin at once. Maryland Creum WiifMrs Two cups flour, 4 teaspoons baking powder, 'i teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons sugar, 2 eggs, pi 1 , cup .Serve piping hot. Have your iron bout 10 minutes to affle iron). Put in unit of batter and itcs or until steam ing from the iron. WITH PLASTIC CURLERS •«. /> '•!! I.I V TrsNEW! Toni Creme Shampoo 4-OZ. JAK 05^ WOODS Drug Store THURSDAY,.MAY 18,194* ' I Phone SOT 221 W. Mnln MONARCH VEGET Pet or Carnation 3 Small or 6 Tall SOUP IQc 43c PICKLES Sour or Dill Grim Beauty - Qt. 27c POMS AT SPECIALS Rind On 55 e Skinless Jleal ......................... ,,44' Half or Whole S WIL8WSOLEO ,,,42' Fresh and Meaty PORKRIBTIPS ,,,32= Counfry Style PORK SAUSAGE lb 39 Square Cut Slre:ik-0-i,ean SALT MEAT ,„ 33= •'• If you want SWIFT'S I'RKMIUSl HICKF OR I.AMli We Have It PRODUCE JOMBO CELERY Cal. Snnkisl -132 Si/.e LEMOMS Fresh Large Head CAULIFLOWER 1fl e Stalk l« 9*% c Dozen *•** . Kaeh 19 CROWDERPEAS ,„ 19 CARROTS „,„„ 15 FRESH TOMATOES „„„„„ 29 Washed and Kiln Dried SWEET POTATOES ,„ 1Q CITY SUPER MARKET Phone 2668 LITTLE SUPER MKT. Phone 4893 Here's the Smart way to buy a - ,iH tender. Pot chicken in own cr.sp Make cream g«vy 10 to 12 weeks . Finer flavor—fresh- dressed. More convenient— Fresh cut up, ready to fry. Tray ( packed, no waiting, better Olttf j t Ji n RttWy W the PcW IB. 69c SLICED BACON ,..,„. 72° LUNCHLOAF Olive-Pimento or Pickle Pimento Loaf SPICED LITOH LOAF Just the Thins f° r That Picnic „ 69' ,, 03' Fillets - SPOTLIGHT COFFEE *. KROGER. Freshly roasted. 3-lb. bag $1.15 KROGER BREAD 2 Finer, whiter, enriched. KROGER ™ fs " ~ Strawberry. Pure fruit flavors. KROGER "rx s£s 2 Cola, Root Beer, Ginger Ale or Orange Soda Cut Your Food Bills Priced By the Pound! Buy Kroger Fresh Fruits and Vegetates You buy by the pound—not hy sizes that vary. A weigh to be sure is the Kroger Pound Price f ATERMELONS — b. 5c Sweet Red Ripe—30-lb. Average. LEMONS 2 X Kroger Selected—First choice for juice. GREEK CORN 4 - Texas white sweet. GREEN BEANS New crop Mississippi—Valentine Stringlcss. WHSTEFESH 43 RIVER CARP 19 Fresh Lusciously light! Kroger famoui 13-egg recipe cake. Oven-fresh, large 17 oz. Unsurpassed for value. SAVE 1O< REGULAR PRICE 59c (MPEFRUIT JUICE', 17 Bordo lii-and ENGLISH PEAS 2 S ns2 21 C Standard Brand WHITE CORN Cans No. 2 Can andard Brand 2 No. 2 070 Cans *• I amiard Brand Tall Can 47 C \9(. Standard Chum CANNED MEAT '££ Prem, Spam' or Treet errz CRACKERS vi 3i c Nabisco. Always Fresh /fas. Top Quality Washed Alabama Red*. Top Quality r lb. Washed Calif. Whites J Bag Kroyer Cookies CIGARETTES Popular Brands 9-Oz Pkg. Ctn 19 C 199 AVONDALE PEACHES 2 (•olden Peach Halves Packed in Syrup No. 2'/i Cans FRAZIER'S CATSUP Seasoned Just Right 2 14-oz. Bottles KROGER uil Cocktail Kroger. Five Diced Fruit in Heavy Syrup 2 No. I Cans 39* c /n b I 15 SALAD DRESSING K ,; r 29 Embassy PURE LARD Firm White MARGATE TEA ,'£ 25 Orange Pekoe GELATIN 3 Pkgs . 19 Kroger Assorted Flavors. MARSHMALLOWS ! 19 .KroKcr. A Rare Treat PEANUT BUTTER lfi S 33 Krojtcr SPAGHETTI DINNER 27 Kroprcr. Cooks in 10 Minutes SUGAR 10 Lb. Bag 89c Dark Brown SUGAR lib. lie CORNFLAKES 2 , 29 Kellogg's—The Original CORN TOAST1ES 2 ^ 29 Post's KROGER FLOUR ^ b 2 From the Finest Wheat HUMKO c'tn! 1" Dainty Cooking Fat WINDSOR CHEESE i,, 1 !; 97 e Famous Wisconsin Quality MARGARINE Katmore It 35 C » APPLE JELLY 2 ?£ 29 C Molt's Pure Fruit Octagon LAUNDRY SOAP ? 1Q *• Hars •* Camay Soap The Soap of Beautiful Women Keg 1P C Jfar IU Lifebuoy The Health Soap BAR 10 Palmolive TOILET SOAP 2 Rath OQe Bars **

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