The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1955 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
Page 11
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1955 BLYTHFVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN —Packed in !.b. Cellophane , B Fancy Quality Lb. In Cellophane Bag Herd's a chance to slock up on wonderful Christmas foods. A chance to do the bulk of your shopping now, leaving yourself free for other holiday affairs in the last days before Christmas. You'll find the grandest assortment of foods we've ever offered .. .and gift money left over when you shop at Safeway. Bring the family in today... enjoy Christmas food-shopping at Safeway I HAMS ARMOUR STAR LEAN TENDER 5 TO 6 POUND SMOKED HAM PORTIONS . . . WITH THAT SMOKE-BLESSED FLAVOR BUT! Portion Ib. SHANK Portion Ib. 35 CENTER SLICES £; e i e u, TURKEYS USDA Graded and Inspected Oven Ready Dreised Tender Hens. Fancy Fryers Veal Roast Pork Roast VSDA Gnded A Inspected I.I). Swift Premium —BonesIcM Lb. Loin End Pork Cut§ Lb. 390 Loin Steaks 390 Chuck Roast 350 Sliced Bacon USDA Choice Aged Beef U>. USDA Choice Heavy Beef Lb. Armour Star or Swift Premium Lb. 890 450 450 ,490 Cello Almonds;?: k Perfect for your Holiday Baking: ... Medium Walnuts::::" Baby Walnuts rr*r y £.490 Pecan Pieces ~ '. § £690 Seedless Raisins Z£~. 2X1350 Fruit Cake Mix L:rI 1 £490 Glace Cherries " 6 ";390 Natural Pineapple "," '£.490 Shred Cocoanut^r: '-290 Sprayed Wafers "I^330 A • AI I • Zippy — They're 12 Oz. Af* ^ Sweet Gherkins»« ^350 5-i.fe. £09 CORN MEAL MAMMY LOU FULL CREAM • 69$ Regular 75e Regular 43c MAYDAY OIL For Salads or Holiday Baking SPECIAL Q*. DISCOUNT .Bot. HOBBY HORSES DAVY CROCKETT'S "LIL BUCKEROO" A rip snorting horse that bounces gallops and bucks 26 inches in • height — 16 pounds in weight. 7.98 SOUP CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP PRICED LOW lOiOz.Tin LARD ARMOUR PURE LARD - STAYS FRESH 3 Pound Carton Sno White Salt Party Pride ' Assorted Flavors Chicken Pie Frozen Pies A Large Shrimp Heinz Ketchup Manor House *«» *,» * . Af\ J 290 Jekyll 2!i l,b. S^GS Brand Pkg. I Save on thli 14 Oi. AAj Favorite Bo(. LL\I We reserve the right to limit purchases and do not sell to other merchants. A 1 n 1 1 Highway Brand A 303 rtA J Sweet Potatoes c^ st,,e 2 Ti».290 | • n Highway Green A 303 A A J Lima Beans ^ ^< Z »- 29 p Spiced Peaches ST..". 4 £ $1 • | • FuII'O Gold 46 Oi. AO J Orange Juice D «««..» «»290 EDUJRRDS COFFEE Pound Tin Edwards Packed 88c Vacuum Packed 2-Lb. Tin . . $1.75 Mild and Mellow Pound Bag 2-Lb. Bag $1.45 Nob Hill Rich and Robust Pound Bag 84c 2-Lb. Bag . $1.67 Edwards 100% Pure 4-Oi. Jar 2-Oz. Jar 44c f -v<v Spices & Extracts Look for the Seal of Quality CROWN COLONY Cinnamon Cloves Nutmeg Black Pepper Pumpkin Spice Vanilla Extract Rum Extract Nesseirode Pie Fits Into Yule Entertaining By GAVNOR MADDOX KEA Food and Markets Editor The light eSe^anoe of Nesseirode pie make;; i 1 ideal for Christmas season dinner parties. It's combination of flavors—glazed fruit, almond.s, vanilla and bitter chocolate—make it exciting eating at any time of year. N'pssolrodc Pie (6 servings) One envelope unflavored gelatin, cup water, 2-3 cup sugar, U teaspoon salt, 4 eggs, separated, 1 cup light cream, |'a cup mixed glazed fruit, Vi cup slivered blanched almonds, Ha teaspoons pure vanilla extract, 9-inch baked pie shell, y 2 cup heavy cream, 1 tablespoon sugar, >/i teaspoon vanilla extract, >/ 2 square bitter chocolate. Soften gelatin in cold water. Combine 1-3 cup sugar, salt and egg yolks in top of double boiler. Add, light cream. Cook over hot water until mixture coaus a letal spoon, stirring frequently. Remove from heat and add gcltain. Chill until it begins to thicken. Stir in fruit, almonds and vanilla extract Beat egg whites until they stand in soft peaks, gradually beat in remaining 1-3 cup sugar. Fold info chilled .custard. Pour into a baked pie shell. Just before serving, whip cream, sugar and vanilla extract together. Spread around border. Shave chocolate over center of pie. Cheese And Ham Rolls Ingredients: H pound Cheddar cheese (grated), 1 can (3 ounces) deviled ham, B to 8 Ian or butter- flake rolls. Method: Mix cheese and ham. Separate fan portions of roils, but not all the way through. Spread cheese mixture over separated part* of rolls. Heat In a moderate (375 degrees) or hot (425 degrees) oven until piping hot—1C minutes or longer. Serve at once. Smoked Shoulder Butt With Peaches Your family will enjoy this dish if they go [or ham served with truic. Ingredients: 1 small (about U4 pounds) boneless smoked porJc shoulder butt, whole cloves, 'A cup honey, 1 tablespoon prepared Bahama-type mustard, 1 can (29 ounces) peach halves (thoroughly drained), Method: Cover butt with water and bring to boil. Simmer, covered, until meat feels tender when long- handled cooking fork Is inserted in center—use 45 minutes per pound, as a cooking guide. Drain butt thoroughly and pLac* in baking pan—8-inch square heat- resistant glass dish is a good choice because it may be brought to the table. Insert cloves, about l inch apart over top and sides of butt. Stir honey and mustard, together; spoon most of mixture over butt. Arrange peach halves, cavity side up, around butt; spoon remaining honey mixture into peach cavities. Placs in very hot (450 degrees) oven to brown butt and heat peaches through—10 to 15 minutes. Serve at once, using small amount of liquid in baking dish as a sauce for the sliced ham. Make* 4 to6 servings. Special Bologna Sandwich Ingredients; I 1 ,? cupfl ground bologna (about 6 ounces), % cup finely diced celery, 2 tablespoons finely diced green pepper, ^ cup chopped ripe olives, U cup mayonnaise, Method: Mix all ingredients thoroughly; use with salad greens lor sandwich spread. Makes about 2 cupe. 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