The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1948 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 3, 1948
Page 11
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THURSDAY, JUNE S, 1948 nT,YTHRVIU.,R (ARK.)' COUIITKR NFAVS Bakers Are Good Farm Customers Bread Consumption Calls for 40,000,000 Fresh Loaves Daily Chicago-Thirty thousand bakeries during 1948 will convert an esto- mated *870,000,000 worth of fnrm products ItHo fresh hi-end. pics cakes, and other goods for the American dinner table, a .spokesman for the industry disclosed n t « recent food conference here. He pointed out that the Indus- JtO's purchases each year make •Bakers the best industrial customer of American formers. The Industry is the biggest consumer of sugar, and also ranks No. 1 In use ot wheat, shortening and f-Kgs. Figures based on estimates of wholesale expenditures during 1047 show that the bakers spend- *07.79C,000 for eggs; $55,616,000 for milk; $43.942.000 for fruit; SI 17.896,500 for sugars; S431.238.000 for Hour; nnd S154.912.000 for fat. These products are converted by the 30.000 bakeries into staggering totals of bakery goods, the bakeries making and delivering each tiny a total of 40,000,000 loaves of fresh bread. In recent years, annual bakery foods sales put the Industry near the thrce-billion- dollar class. Tins makes bakers second In the food Industry with regard to dollar value of its nro- diicls. ,j Changing the grains and other i! farm products Into highly nutrit- ! i ious and tasty items, and delivering them to America's consumers, requires equally large totals of manpower nnd equipment. The indus- MOIV ranks Ready-to-Serve Meats Provide Menu Variety PAGE ELEVEW have guessed that and ready-to-serve under Who would ground meat meats are "sisters skin" when It comes to matching them with other foods? For when you grind the so-called "cold cuts" you have a meat as versatile as the popular "hamburger, says Reba Staggs, well known home economist. In fact, she continues, you may have even more variety at your fingertips, for each kind of ready- to-serve meat hns A different, distinctive flavor. When you take advantage of this fact, you have even more possibilities at your ronunand. For instance, there are fritters or croquettes miuie more flavorful and .satisfying with ground cold meals and cooked to a golden brown in hot lard. Or there is (lie infinite number of sandwich spread combinations possible with ready- to-serve meats and the many foods (hat may be put with them; Chopped nuts, pickle relish, chopped vegetables, pickles, mayonnaise and scilad dressings. Stuffings for vegetables, loo, «re better with meat. Tin rnanyflav- ors available In reiuly-to-serve tneat.s make it an endless game to see which flavors combine best with which vegetables. Try ground salami, for example, with greet) l>epi>er.s, or spiced hum wLtii onions or potatoes. As ,a stuffing for celery or lo- matocs, ground ready-to-serve ...., meats may be served hot or cold, the | depending on your taste. Knuin-' schv»eiger or plckle-und-phnicnto would b« a wise choice for this use. Pork&Beans 11 M CATSUP 8 *1 16 ox. Rovol Gem Cans 1 A-~, P.,..:..'. n-i.ii •• '•NOW! ;• tor tender, slice* of juicy goodness ask for 14-ox. Frazier'i, Bottles iat FOUNTAINS: first In the food i fauufacturing industry In mini-'' Everywhere! ber of employees, number ot motor vehicles, plants, unit volume of sales, and size of payroll. Less than 50 years ago, about 95% of all bread was baked at home, while today DO',;, is made In the nation's bakeries, it was pointed om. Baking Is the world's oldest manufacturing occupation. Leavened bread has been found In Egyptian pyramids built more than 6.000' years ago. Dread has enjoyed constant recognition as man's symbolic and most basic food. You can depend on tht quality of rich, fine- grained Ever-Good Ham. Enjoy ihat fragrance, that special, hickory-' smoked flavor. Makes thrifty leftover diihes too. Serve Ever-Good Ham. Aik for it at your deal- •r> today. APPLESAUCE? 1 Kroger BEANS 7 N "<Xn Van C;imi> Kidney BEAKS 65,1 Brook's Lima tuns CANOY Nettle's Milk ChwoUtc FLAKES ....5 i' Kroner STRETCH YOUR FOOD DOLLAR. STOCK UP AT KROGER DURING OUR . . . IT'S KROGER FOR BtTTfR VALUES TO CUT THE COST OF LIVING 1 FLOUR 4L7.1 TOMATO Itisqnick MEMPHIS PACKING CO. Memphis, Tenn. Louisiana Yams Back From War, Now in Cans A favorite among the dehydrated foods that-fed Uncle Sam's armed -forces were yam sweet potatoes. I 1pj3h05«n for their high nutrition and delicious flavor, yam sweet potatoes from Louisiana were recognized by the Army as the finest for dehydration. Louisiana furnished millions of dry pounds of her yam .sweet potatoes for this purpose during war- ' time. ' A little over teji years ago there were very few sweet potatoes beiti^ shipped to the country's fresh vegetable markets from Louisiana. But to taste was to want more of Louisiana's sweet spuds with the moist, sweet texture and deep golden hue. Now these yam sweet potatoes are dtsiributed to all major markets across the country and you, too, cfiti enjoy them both fresh nnd canned. As the season wanes on fresh yam sweet potatoes, do gel acquainted with the kind that come canned. You can recognize the super-spuds from Louisiana if the label on the cans .says Louisiana or "yarns"', and you can recognize ilie *'.sweet.s" inside the can because they are packed in heavy syrup. Serve these canned sweets "as Is* after a quick warm-up. Use them in casseroles with ham, SHU-' sage, pork, or luncheon meat. Candy them just as you won 1 d fresh .v«m sweet potatoes. You'll enjoy Waving orf your pantry shelf the finest sweet potatoes. """" ' JUICE Kroner 4^1 TAMALES4 Ureakfusl Cereal V-8 C'oi'klitll WHEATIESS'i^lfLOUR. 8 ., ,.r /. , ' Hrojcer Pancake HOT 6^*1 ROLL MIX ..4tt£'1 KRAUT 3 dans i III nt $• ' {'iiits Derby's 1 $ CCMi « „.. Krokcr (>. Style Duff's or I'illsbury Kroner Kroner 7 s M* 1 PEAS 10 "si '1 ~ Avomlnle Sweet KAKINC; Ice Cream Mix Stillman Named Head Of China Economic Team WASHINGTON. June 3. —(UP) —diaries L. stniman, vice president and treasurer of. Time, Inc. Wfl. 1 ; named yesterday to head an 11-iiiiiu team to assist in China's Economic Recovery. Jje^idcs StillnT^-ii, the group Includes Edgar M. Hustings, Richmond, Vn., transportation engineer. RlCEUM) RlCE is the , lowest cost energy food! ^^.. RUNNING. ?ALT Th« extra-refined, deep-penetrating tall that always Amci kail ^ FLAVORf PLAIN OR IODIZED f ^ ..— cWtR. t CREAMED DRIED BEEF WITH MAYROSE I'ink Nn. Vi ?1 cans I Kroner OKANGH JUICE l(lo,H 8l'A«HKTTl ] R DINNER Krugcr •I A No. 2 $1 K. C. 5 25oz,M cnn.s I 1 MCAT ™' $i CORN BKKl- 1 1 HASH Armour Slur Hi OK $•( tana I lil.KNDKI) Star Polled S A t * 2 - 1 & Hummer 3 ?d M * "boxes I IS oz $< I'KANUT Slronghearl BftBY FOOD !t£i' Cln|i[>s, Gcrlitr's, Heinz BUTTER 31;; 1 LIGHT BULBS 6,0/1 Peter I'iin ]<)0 Watt CHOCOLATE SYRUP 16-oz. HERSHEY'S ® GRAPEFRUIT JUICE KROGER'S PEAS i SCHOOL DAY 4-SIEVE MARMALADE MOTT'S ORANGE I PEARS KROGER HALVES PEACHES AVONDALE HALVES IN SYRUP or Carnation 8 c™ '1 APRICOTS AVONDALE HALVES—UNREELED PET MILK EVAPORATED 8 ^'1 TOMATOES STANDARD BRAND 8 - M CHERRIES KROGER RED PiE -: /] M PORK & BEANS CAMPBELL'S 5 "c^ M GREEN BEANS AVONDALE CUT 4 No. 2'/2 Cans (^ ^>-. ^s$ A to/ r ^ ' COSTS t OHiy^ *W/G[ »rk«n»« (5r«w*rs C«-np. g>rl, Arkaiua* fa from MAYROSE TEST KITCHEN Beef" Boats {6 SERVINGS] Tear sticcd dried beef into smafl piccci. Brown in mcllcd S'c^aco in stillet. AdJ Hour and nir. Gradually id<l milk and tiir coniiirually. Cook 'til sauce is thickened. Cut topi off hard rolls. Stoop out center of hird roJI to form boats. FiN. You go easy on your food budget whenever you serve tasie-tempitnjt MAYKOSK Sliced Dried IJecf.The reason? Simply this: V» Ib. easily, serve* 4 people. Cream Chipped Vi pound Mayrose Sliced Dried Hccf 2 tablespoons Vegaco Alargarine 2 Tablespoons flour 1 cup milk 6 hard rolls REMINDER: Th« nom« "MAYROSE" id«mirie< K; 0 h. tit qualify m*at products, such as.. . Mayroie C*1lo- Wiopp«d Fronki, Moyros* Puf« Pork Sousagt txid Mayrai* Bonelcsi V«ol Roll). A<k for them by nam* ...MAYROSf. CUT YOUR FOOD BILLS Hiiy Krokcr I'Yesh Kniils & Vcgelahles I'riced by I he Pound A weigh to lie sure is Hie Kroger I'omirt 1'rice LEMONS 2 TOP QUALITY - THIN SKINNED, JUICY TOMATOES tube 23c RED RIPE SLICING QUALITY Green Beans 2 ibs. 29c CHUCK ROAST - - U.S. GRADED GOOD or CHOICF Frying Chickens—ib. 73c 1948 FRESH FULL DRESSED Pork Roast - - - - ib. 52c PORK BUTT LEAN, MEATY TENDER STRINGLESS Green Corn FRESH TENDER SWEET FIELD PEAS 6 ears 29c • 2ibs.29c Sliced Bacon - - - ib.73c SWIFT'S PREMIUM FISH ib.19c NEW CROP - TENDER WELL FILLED CHOWDER DRESSED WHITING

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