Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 9, 1933 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, February 9, 1933
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PAGE FOUR BY SISTER MARY XKA ..StTvii -c Writor • fpHKItK coiiifK it tiiii.' lii-twC'Ti •*• winter and siiriiiK wlit-n vegi'- lal)Ics present a dillicult problem for >i the, cook. Tlio followinifr dishes may be now lo many housewives and provide variety fora few meals vI-.irinK this try- inp' season: , Sauted Brussels sprouts are an niip:eti7.i"n>; addition to a meat loaf. TlKJy also are attractive when •.•vrved wjth a: planked ytoak or fislf. ; : Saul (Ml lJru>scK Spr<)Ul> Qui: iiint linmsels sprouts. 1 eKK, 1 tablespoon Vvaler; 4 tablespoons Hour. [-^ teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon p'ppt'r. dried bread cruniljs. NVa:rprouts. and! irini if necessary, ttand in c-old saKod water lur "0 ininutes. Drain and rook, nnc.ivered, in rapidly .boiling wal. r until ' teiicU'r. but not broken. .\<Id two t"ispoons salt lo water in whicli sprotils are being cooked wlien sprouts are about hSIf done. Drain well, fii^at e.^'U with water. Hour; sail and pepper. Dip each sprout in tliis baiter and roll in cruinb.s. lirown quickly in hot fat in a fryin.s pan and keep hot on cruniiiled paper in a warm ov'en until ready lo serve. If not wanted a< a meat'aceompaniir.eni Hriissels sprmits prepared in this • w-ay can be .--ervi'd in a tomato sauce. Steue<! I 'oialiies ;i hi .Sr(iilh <Tn ; These potatoes are amaziuKly THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 9. 1933. TOLA. KANSAS ;Rccipes Selected By Ruth Lynn.) O • • /AARY'S cjood Iserved with pork chops pr roast. Oni' dejisert spoon butter. I dessert s loon lard or oilier^fat. 1 de--- serl spoon flour, 1 medium-sized onion 4Wui)s diced raw potatoes. 1 leafpoon salt, 'ii teaspoon whil pepper, parsley, pimento. • .Melt butter .-ind other fat in a sauce.j iJaP: Stir in (lour. When LOW eoST .MEXUS FOR ENTIRt; WEEK Milk Buttet iTomorrow's Menu ;IiriK.\KFAST: Stewed I)r|ines, cereal, cream, buckwheat pancakes, inaiile siijup.; milk, coffee. LU.VCIIKO.V. S a u t e d Ftrnssels sprouts in tomato sa ii-e. vii-A and lettuce sandwiches, fruit tapioca pud- din;;, milk, tea. ; jniNNKR Stuffed -pork chops, stewed potatoes a la sohthern, kale wiih mock Hollandaise .sauce. Waldorf salad, raisin puff pu(ldin^, milk, coffee. Menus may be planned which are , low in cost, yet contain all the es: scntials of a balanced diet. Given J below arc some low cost menus. MO>fDAY Breakfast Slewed Apricots , Rolled Or.ts Cereal . Whole Wheat Toast , Milk Coffee Lunch Scalloijed Tomatoes Boiled Potatoes Whole Wheat Bread . Milk Dinner Beef Loaf Caked Potatoes .Mashed Turnips Shredded Carrot Salad Whole Wheat Bread Butter Steamed Bread Pudding Milk Coffee Beef <Loaf. l"j ix)imds ground beef 2 onions 1 cup fine bread crumbs 1 egg 1 cup tomato juice ! Salt and pepper Mix all the ingredients together thoroughly, adding enough , tomato juice to moisten VCH. Pack hjto a well-greased loaf pan and bake in a moderate oven for an hour and a half or two hours. Milk mi.\ture is perfectly smooth add onion finely minced. , Add pota- toe.s. salt and pepi)er and enoui;!! hoilin.i; water to prevent potato. from j burninfj bist not e.nou;.:h to cover them. It will lake about 1 cup. Cover sauce pan closely and cook [20 'minutes. Al Ilie end (^l tliis time tile jioiaioes slioiild In tendejr ami llu.'j water a!e:orbed. Serv<> in a hot i;lis!i anil j;arnisli witli siiips of iiimenio and min<eil parsley. TODAY'S BEST GROCERY VALUES i^Mi^ ima ECONOMYRUUil PliUSBURY or 60LD MEDAL FLOUR . . . ' SUNNYFIELD FLOUR 48-LB. BAG 65c FOLGER'S COFFEE. . . CAN ' S-LB. CAN 61c 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE . " 19c RED CIRCLE COFFEE . » 2U BOKAR COFFEE. ... M> 25c 84-LB. BAG 55 32 RED OR BLUE LABEL SYRUP 2 19' CANS Dole lIc^E? Pineapple 2 ^^ C^A^S ^ 33c Libbys Corn . . . 1.%^ 10c i Campbell's Beans . '^A°N ^ 5 C rOUAKER MAID BEANS 3 16-OZ. CANS .14c): College Inn Spaghetti 3 <^^^ 29c Happyvale Tomatoes 3 CANS 29 C . I (HAPPyVALE GREEN BEANS 3 No. i CANS i9c) Hormel's Veg. Soup 2 t^^l 29c I Seminole Tissue . . 3 ROLLS 19c I LaChoyChowMein CAN 19c MICHIGAN RED BEANS OR FANCY Blue Rose Rice . ,10 LBS . 29c (SUNNYnELD RICE S PKGS. 15e) ]^O^i^.- . . . 2 «os. 15c , (SPARKLE GELAnN DESSERT PKG .5el • Kraft Velveeta . . . 2 l^is. 29c Lakeshore Honey . 2 ^^c8s^- 35c^ DelMonte Peaches ......... No. 2'/2 lj)elMonte Salmon, Red Alaska.. .Lb. Sultana Red, 1 lb. can 19c , \yhite Star Tuna (white meat) 7-oz. Black Pepper,.ground 1-lb. Staley's Syrup, Golden , .5 10-lb. bucket... .49c . Santa Clara Prunes (90-lOOs) 3 Grape-Fruit (Texas Seedless). 6 We pay market price for eggs. can 17c can 21c can ISc box 29c lbs. 27c lbs. loc for 25c AND CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 10-23' NEW' GRANDMOTHER'S NEW! WHITE BREAD 2 '^ SLICED OR -Ma-^JP^ UNSUCED C i^nything? .Use the Classified Columns. TUESDAY Breakfast Apple Sauce Rice Ce.real Buttered Toast I .Miilc Ckjffoe I Lunch Scalloped Potatoes Steamed Spinach Whole Wheat Bread Buue:- MUk Dinner Braised Stuffed Breast of Lamb I Browned Potatoes Gravy I Bread Butter I Tapioca-Custard Pudding i .Milk J Tea Braised Stuffed Breast oif Lamb 1 lamb breast 1 onipn, minced 4 tablespoons fat 2 cups bread crumb.s 2 tablespoons flour Spit and pepper • Have- a pocket made in the ijimb j breast. Wipe the meat with a d>im-,3 i cloth. Sprinkle with; salt and ix?p- I per. Frj- the onion In the f^t until it is nicely browned; then add; the bread crumbs, and season with salt and pepper. Mix well. Pill the pocket with the dressing. Tie to hold dressing in place. Melt fat in a i?oa.« pan. and browii the meat in it. Add 1 cup of boiling water, cover closely, and cook in ate oven until tender. a moder- WEDNESDAY Breakfast Stewed Prunes I; Bacon Toast MUk Coffee Lunch • Creamed Carrot's Boiled Potatoes in Jackets Bread ^ I Butter Milk Dinner j Beef Pot-Roast with iViJgetables Whole Wheat Bread j : Butter Rice Pudding Milk ' \ Coffee Beef Pot-roast with Veffelables. 3 pounds beef chuck 6 small carrots 6 .small onions 6 potatoes 3 tablespoons, fat 2 tablespoons flour 1 'Q teaspoons salt 'i teaspoon pepper Wipe the meat with a dam:> cloth. Dredge with flour and season with salt and pepper. Brown the 'meat on all sides In hot fat. Add 1 cup hot water, cover, and simmer slowly for about three and a half hours. During; the last hour of cooking, add vegetables. Surround meat with vegetables when serving. Thicken liquid in the kettle. THURSDAY Breakfast !Baked Applie Milk Toast . Coffee Lunch Southern Hash Steamed Spinach Butter Coffee Dinner Baked Stuffed Heart Creamed Onions | Beet Salad i Milk Bread MUk (Continued on Page 5, Col. 1,) Lewman Market IN GREENE'S GROCERY ' ' • PIIONK 233 Beef Roast, pound ...... 8c Pork Roast, Shoulder, pound ......— (k- Pork Roast,, IJam, pound Sc Pork Chops,! ^ound 7c Pork Sausage, pure pork, pound .5c Balcon, 5-lb. box 3:k' Baicon Squares, pound 7 P Hens, Dressed, pound 15c Peanut Butter 2 lbs. 15c Lard, pound DC; 10 lbs ^5c Kraut..; .y. 6 lbs. 25c Bacon (Morrell'/Pride .. Lb. box 19c Brick Chilli, pound i • .12c i Self-Service 0roeery We Deliver $1 Orders -:• Phones 224-225 20-Mid-Winter Suggest ions-20 SUGAR, Fine Granulated, 20 lbs... .89c Apples, Ganos, 10 lbs. . . . . .25c Hominy, No. iVz Size, 3 Cans ... 25c 1 Pumpkin, No. 2y2 Size, 3 Cans... 29c MEAL, 24 Jb. Bag . . . . .25c Peaches, 3 No. M Cans, Heavy Syrup... 39c Apricots, No. 2 ^2 Can, Heavy Syrup... 15c Salmon, 2 Tall QQ Brand ... . . . 19c OATS, Large Quail, 2 Pkgs... ... 25c DWARFIES, 25c Size .... . . . 15c Prunes, Sweet Variety, S lbs.. ....15c Apricots, Brifht Clear Fruit, 2 lbs.. ^ 2Sc Raisins, 2lbs... 15c— • 4lbs.. i. 25c See Our Display 5c Fruits & Vegetables 1 Pepper, Fresh, Pure, Bulk, lb... ...19c Coffee, Self-Service, 1 lb. 22c-'» 3lbs .57e Oysters, 3 Small Caiis . i. . . . . 25c Cookies, Fresh Mixed, 2 lbs... ....29c POTATOES, Russetts, Peck. ....21c Macaroni, Fresh Bulk, S lbs.. ... 19c See Our Display of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables WE BUY EGGS AHD C REAM! •-SEE US: FOR ANY KIND OF FEEDS- "\ 1- - GREENE'S CASH GROCERY SUGAR 20 Lbs. Oleo 2 POUNDS 17c TEA Siftings POUND PKG. 19c :] CANS KG Baking Powder 2 .-)c CAN COFFEE Sensasion^rand, LbjCan SOAP CHIPS Corn Crystal White, 5 -lb. Pkjr. 1 No. 2 Cans Standard Grade • Oats Rice Scotch Brand 2 Large Pkgs. 25c Fancy Whole Grain 5 Pounds 19c PEACHES No. 10 Can 31C Prunes Raisins 5 POUNDS 1 Thompson Seedless 4 Pounds 25c Syrup CAKE FLOUR Ke<l or >vnue 1 1/2 -lb. Can KOBB ROSS 19c Vamilla % Oz. Bottle Imatition l^C Coffe^ Tomatoes Peaberry, 3 lbs. | Pound 19c 55c :i No; 2',2 Can.s 25c Crackers RUB-NO-MORE Sunshine Krispy ; 2 -lb. Box" .'5 Packajifes > 19e 10c Sandwich Spread AUNT SALLY BRAND Qt. Jar 29c Salad Drossing Qt^ Jar Either of Above, Pint Jar 15c; Half Pint 10c.

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