The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1955 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, IN* LONDON they know roast beef as a holiday delight. An impressive standing rib roast makes a festive main course. Build Yule Feast A bout Big Standing Rib Roast By GAY.VOR MADDUX NBA Food and Markets Editor With Beth Bailey McLean, prominent American home economist, Christmas will center around her grandchildren and a standing rib roast of beef, Mrs. McLean, coauthor 01' The Complete Meat Cook Book and director of Swift and Company's home .economics laboratories, will celebrate in Cheyenne, Wyoming, with her daughter, Mrs. James Christensen, also a home economist, and family. These two experts are collaborating on a work-free Christmas feast, festive without straining an already busy household schedule. A magnificent big standing rib of beef roast, packer branded for quality, is their choice. They'll omit tile traditional heavy holiday accompaniments in favor of an elegant, modern menu. . Starting the meal will be hot tomato juice served in the living room in front of the fireplace with light nibbling food such as crisp crackers and an assortment of colorful relishes. This simple firs course will not dim the pleasure 01 adult appetites and is one young John, 2Y 2 , can share, though not his E months brother Mark. With the roast will be butt It's Time for Christmas Bonbons Peanut Butter Fruit Squares Ingredients: 1-2 cup creamy pen- nut butter, 14 cup enriched margarine, 1 cup sugar. 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1J3 milk, 3|4 cup un- sifted flour, 1;4 cup chopped candied fruit, 1;2 cup chopped nuts. Method:. Cream pennut butter, margarine, sufiai- and lemon juice. Stir in milk. Add flour, fruit and nute. Spread batter evenly in 1 ~ \greased 9 112 by 13-inch pan. Bake iu a moderate (350 degrees) oven 30 minutes. Allow to cool in pan. Cut in squares. Frost with confectioners' sugar and 2 tablespoons milk. Decorate with candied fmit. It desired. Makes 24 squares. WARNING ORDER IN rilK rilA.VCERY COUNT CIIK'.KASAWHA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Edna Paye Carnett, PItf. vs. No. 13,15!) Fnink Ciirnetl. Dft. The detendunt, Prank Carnett. is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the- court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Edna Paye Cametl. Dated this 9th day of November 1955. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By OPAL DOYLE. D. C Guy Wai)-.. Ally. Ed B. Coo!:, Auy Ad Litem. 11,10-17-24-12,] P. -. Courier News Classified Ads Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blytheville, Ark. HUDSON fluffed baked potatoes, frozen broccoli or jispiiragus with slivered almonds in brown butter, buttery rolls and the family's favorite tossed green salad with oil and vinegar dressing. De sert handsome combination of assorted cheeses, thin sliced fruitcake and an array of fresh fruits, served with lots of hot coffee. Here are Mrs. McLean's recommendations for preparing the roast. Place the meat fat side up 'in an open pan and roast in .slow oven (325 degrees F.i to the desired degree of doneness. The following schedule is based on the short-cut roasts in which the short ribs have been removed and the roast measures 6 inches from the tip or the rib to the chine bone. WEIGHT Approximate Rousting- Time 4 pounds l :) /i hours rare 2'.t hours medium 6 pounds 3'.i hours rare 3 ; }.t hours medium fi pounds 3' L . hours rare 4',^ hours medium 10 pounds 41/2 hours rare 5 hours medium Note: If u roast meat thc-rmom-: eter is used, UO degrees p. internal i temperature indicates rare for roapts from 4 pounds to If! pounds. By CKCILY WIOWNSTO.N'E Associated Press Fowl Kdltitr HOMEMADE FUDOK, we find, benefits from the use of miirsh- mallow cream and morsels of semisweet chocolate. So easy to make this way, so richly flavored—and velvety as new-fallen snow on Chrisl- mas Eve! we heartily recommend this receipe to anyone '.vho enjoys milking candy for holiday Bit's and parties. Along with the ftidae, you might also like to make these prol'essional- type Chocolate Nuggets. They have a layer of caramel unade from bought candy) and an upper layer of pecans and chocolate. New jumbo packages of small pieces of semi-sweet chocolate will be useful for your holiday candy making. The big package contains twice as much chocolate as the familiar six-ounce one. It you are Riving this amdy away for gifts, we'd like to tell you about some simple interesting wrappings we saw lately. Decorations for the wrappings are marie from labels, seals and stars. For instance you tar. paste wide labels together lo mate a red-striped decoration for a small package, with bright stars parading on the white stripe. Or shape a Christmas tree decoration by sticking just the tips of narrow labels (for boughs) onto a label tree trunk; decorate with tiny star seals. Two red-ceiled labels at right angles make a candle and holder to light another Christmas package; a shiny legal seal makes the "flame," and the handle is a red-edged round label with the center cut out. Marshmallcm- Cream Fudge . .Ingredients: one jar (Tj ounces' imirshmallow cream, 1 small can (6 ounces) evaporated milk, '.i cup butter. r~ cups sugar, 'i teaspoon salt, 2 packages 16 ounces each) or 1 jumbo package (12 ounces) semisweet chocolate pieces, 1 teaspoon vanilla, ' 3 cup chopped nuts (if desired). Method: Stir marshmallow cream, evaporated milk, butter, sugar and siill. together in a saucepan; stirring constantly, bring to a full boil; continue to stir and boil 5 minutes over moderate heat. Remove from heat. Stir in chocolate, vanilla, and nuts (it used) until chocolate is melted. Pour into greased pan 18 by 8 by 2 inches); chill until firm. Makes about 2'i pounds. Chocolate Nuggets Ingredients: Confectioners' sugar, : .'i pound vanilla caramels 142), 1 tablespoon butter, 1 tablespoon water, ';i cup pecans (coarsely chopped), 1 package (6 ounces) semi- sweet chocolate pieces, 3 tablespoons light corn syrup, 1 tablespoon water. Method: Flutter cookie sheet well; sift confectioners' sugar over buttered sheet, put caramels, butter and 1 tablespoon water in top of double boiler; allow to stand over boiling water until melted. Add pectins; keep warm over hot. water. In another double boiler put chocolate, corn syrup, and 1 tablespoon water; allow to stand over hot (not boiling) water until melted; remove from heat. On the prepared cookie sheet, drop the caramel mixtiuv by teaspoonfuls: drop the chocolate mixture by hall leaspoonluls on top of caramel mixture. Chill until firm. Makes 3Vi dozen (about i'. = pounds) nuggets. '•Sl'lKKS" FOOD '"Butcher bird" i& another name for the .shrike, which name is derived from it-s habit, of sticking its extra food upon thorns and leaving it there, much as a butcher hiuKiij up his meat. Creamed Green Peas And Pork FOR TASTE GOODNESS FOR THE BEST SALADS SPEAS APPLE CIDER or DISTILLED VINEGARS FULLY AGED-MELLOW Well Print Your Advertising Message 182,00011^165 For $7.00 That's the cost of a one inch ad for one month in the Blytheville Courier News Where, we ask, could you find a better bargain? cups dim! leftover roast pork, 2 caniu'd pimiemos (diced), -salt ami popix-r. 1 can Chinese-style crisp frit-d noodles. CUT, Mil i mji utniaiuiiiuij . fyiii 11 flour thoroughly. Add reserved pet liquid and milk. Cook and stir con- Mainly over moderate heat unti Cream- enriched margarine is better f: - AND ONLY CREAMO CONTAINS CREAM It Pays to Shop at Mays/ > You get both when you buy here: 'i. LOW PRICES 2. SAVE-MOR COUPONS —Good for Valuable Premiums FREE-LardorSugar-FREE With Shibley's Best in Pillowcase. TA PI. or Self Rising J\J Lhs. Allll I Plain — Cumpfirc Brand POPCORN lops «: te CORN Rid ' k 15 OZ. .. Can 250 2 1-Lb Cello OCv Bags *.3}» Cream Style Liquid Bleach Qt 170 P&GSOAP DRY MILK Coeler UOMINY Bush ' s " llite '" 0 Reg. t Bars .'?£ 350 .£,'100 ||*C ADEAM '•"" Calorie Mellorine, Van.. IVC vHEHmchiH., Strawberry . . . V 2 Gal. SUGAR Bomin ^ orGo . dc . haux ... 10 ,,b S . 890 Freshly Ground Lb. Economy Soft Crepe, .j,">() Sheets TOILET TISSUE 2 Ro ,, s 150 f New Kcon. Pack O ACl^ k—(OO'.s in colors ... * Boxes "frUj* Fine Shortening O Lb. 0 Can Quality Fresh & Cured Meat 850 Small, Tender PORK CHOP PORK ROAST GROUND BEEF Feshpu :: 450 Cen !u.490 ;°sh-,e3 Lb ,890 Lb390 STEWING BEEF Brisket Ends & Pieces 3 Lbs 890 3 us 490 5 Tbs 890 Shop with Confidence at Mays Clean Modem Market! FRESH PRODUCE ONIONS* 01 ™ 0 3,bs 210 SWEET POTATOES^; 2,,, s 210 GRAPES Empcros 2 I1)S 290 GRAPEFRUIT 'S d ^e Ruhy 3 For 25(J BANANAS Large & Sweet 100 MAYS SUPER MARKET 421 S. 21st Ph. 3-9910 PRE-HOLIDAY FOOD SALE PICNICS Fresh Shoulders, For Roasting or Barbecuing LB. FOLGERS COFFEE LB. TIN Duncan Nines CAKE MIX 4 BOXES 1 00 Sun Glo OLEO LB. 15 SUGAR Domino Factory Pack SCOTT, 2 Ply Dinner NAPKINS- 25' 5< Standard VIENNA Processed, Filled CHEESE Lb. Box 39 C Sunshine Hi Ho CRACKERS 15* Argo PEACH HALVES No. 2</ 2 Can POTATOES U. S. No. 1 Large Paper Shell 10 IBS. Pecans 44 Lb.Pkg. TT W Extra Fancy Apples Red Delicious LB. 19 CHUCK ROAST U.S. Graded Heavy Calves LB. 39 Heil's Grade "A" Sliced BACON 39 LB. FREEMAN'S MARKET 2016 W. Main "W. ftMtrvt (ft* A/9 to to Limit Quantities"

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