Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 10, 1955 · Page 22
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 22

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1955 NINETEEN: o wf/T*i B ¥v TT iv Supper Ot Lhili JBean, Ham rie Here's rsuwonderful supper for six, to serve along • witrra; green salad and »;.loaf ot French..Italian bread. • %•• ' •'.?<..''•;•'•' • :•; .'.'.; Make enough pastry, ."according to a favorite recipe or with a mix, for a 2-crust, 9.-inch pie.'' , , Combine 4 cups (2 1-pound cans) of red kidney beans, IV* cups diced cooked ham or luncheon meat, 1 teaspoon each salt,'dry mustard, Vi teaspoon ground black pepper, i teaspoon chili powder and 2 tablespoons brown sugar. Pour into a ,/taO-inch fie plate, lined with unbak- ^^p.l nnstrv."S»"" •'••••'•' '•'; ' •',' '•'. thick. 'Cut into 6 pie-shaped wedges- and arrange them over bean and ham mixture: Seal edges to bottom crust and flute. Bake 30 to• 35 mitiutes or until crust 'is brown in a preheated hot oven (400). This yields 6 generous servings. ,....' Roll-'remaining 'pastry Vs inch Ham Loaf Topping Topping for a ham loaf: wash and slice an unpeeled orange: sprinkle the slices with sugar and arrange on top of the loaf about a .half hour before 'the meat is ready. Cornstarch Pudding Can Give tyiet Energy What is a starchy food? This adjective should "be completely out of'date, but it is still sometimes used in reference tc breads and cereals. without the inclusion of bread, ceregls and some sugar." ' Children not only want but need a liberal quantity of food. Most of them are so active that they use Starch in pure form is practical- "P a great deal of energy. We all ly nonexistent in food products.! kl j°_ w _ th 5 ' except in cornstarch and tapioca " used ^s thickening. With sugar. starch is now classified as a carbohydrate. It is, of course, easy to (find sugar by itself but starch is almost always founu in combination with a certain amount of pro- and.sometimes with a little £&\ VAJLtAJBL*; ' '' TrHS ENTITLES YOU TO A fill IN AND Replicai (VA" high) of fomoui Sell Mown Jar WITH ONE LABEL FRONT FROM BONNIE JON NEE NEWL/qcrid Tof/efBowJ C/eaner ; * HARMLESS fo jeplic fonts, p/umfai'ng. * LIQUID—no waiting fo dissolve. ^r SAFER—easier on hone's. o MAIL •» • Pleasantly Perfumed ' BONNIE JONNIE, Dtpf. W-6, Box 729, Mun4ie, Indiana I tncloi* frcxit ot label from 1 bonle..of SONrUE JONNIE. Please send lef of Salt and fcpper Shatcerl. postpaid and absolutely FREE! " NA'ME (Prim Ptololy) - ' .--. •• " ADOR£SS___1.___:_ ; -- •-•' ' CITY _ STAT£.___ _____ ^_ (OFFER. LIMITED - I TO .FAMILY-. U.S. ONLY) tein fat. Carbohydrate foods are assets to the diet because they supply the energy that we need daily. They also have,the advantage of being i inexpensive.'-This, is a. matter that i concerns all' of us. It would ; be difficult for the majority of fam lies to provide satisfying meals who .seem to .be always hungry. Often, after a large meal, they will still clamor for more. In this case there is no reason why they should not be allowed between-meal snacks. These are best] offered in the form of bread andj butter that may be made into aj of ts teaspoon salt 1 teaspooi. vanilla extract 2 egg whites, stiffly beaten Scald 1^3 cups milk in top double boiler. Stir remaining cup of milk into cornstarch to make smooth paste and add to hot milk, stirring constpntly. Cover and cook over hot water 15 to. 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Combine slightly.beaten egg yolks, sugar and salt, and add slowly hot mixture, stirring until smooth. Add to remaining • hot mixture uuiACt umi- iuav uc juaw unv/. t*i t i i t. i r" sandwich' or as a bowl of cereal.i and c °° k °™ hot waterf a ^ ut f ' ve Cookies aiso have a place for be-j m > nu tes, stirring constantly. Re• ..(move from hot water.and ->lace r SELF-SERVICE J MARKET ROUTE 40 ; LAVALE; f FREE DELIVERY CALL PA 4-4313 Open 'til 9 P. M. Mon.,Tues., Thufs. orid Friday Until 6 P. M. Wednesday and Saturday • Mrs. Filbert's Mayonnaise pint iar 39c Pillsbury Pancake Mix Nabisco Warerly Wafers „,« 25c Large Fresh Eggs doz 65c Peter Pan Peanut Butter ' J £ Nn. MimRINE Get Extra Pound at % Price with each one bought at regular price 2 Golden Pounds DON'T FORGET TO COME IN AND SIGN UP FOR Free Basket of Groceries ., : .NOTHING TO BUY —\JUST REGISTER!. . • tween-meal consumption. Blanc Mange (Cornstarch Pudding) 2 cups milk 3 tablespoons cornstarch 9 ego yolks, slightly beaten cup sugar ... . . : . Corn Muffins- With Corn Hot corn muffins are a Sunday breakfast favorite. They're especially intriguing when real, whole kernels of corn are added. You can use cooked corn scraped from the ear for this, or canned whole kernels. •••.••" Sift together V- cup sifted all- purpose Dour. 2 teaspoons baking powder, 1 tablespoon sugar and H teaspoon salt. Stir in a cup of corn meal, and & cup drained, cooked corn kernels. Add % cup milk, a beaten egg and 2 tablespoons melted butter or magarine. I iiiw > t -«. VI** 1*WV «» tiw^,* . tr4»*\4 ••tfc*v-W' » pan in cold water. When partially Mix only till blended. Route 220 - CRESAPTOWN Rockingham HAMS ]/2 or whole . lb.' 45c Pour into greased 2-inch muffin tins and bake in a 400 F. oven for 20 minutes, or until an inserted straw comes out clean. cooled, add vanilla extract and old in stiffly beaten egg whites. Pour in one large or six individual molds, and chill. Serve with whipped cream, crushed sweetenedj- fruit, or" butterscotch sauce. Yield, ix servings. .' . . Variations ' Butterscotch Pudding: Substitute)! brown sugar, firmly packed, forj granulated sugar,' and add 2 tabl& spoons butter before cooling. m Chocolate Pudding: Ihcreasejl .» LOCAL BIRDS. Torte Dessert h Ele stint Colte The food dictionary defines aj torte as a rich, sweet cake, made' without flour or leavening agent. And it is generally considered to ae the most elegant of desserts.; Yet -tortes are easier .to,, make than many cakes. This nut flakes torte requires no measuring and sifting of dry ingredients, no blending of shortening and sugar. The five ingredients are lightly combined and the cake baked 50 minutes. : ; Cool and serve with whipped cream for a dessert both unusual and delicious! Nut Flakes Torte 3V-: cups corn flakes 4-eggs, separated 1 cup sugar A teaspoons vanilla flavoring. 1 cup finely chopped nutmeats Crush corn flakes. jnto fine crumbs. Beat egg -whites until stiff but not dry. Gradually add % cup o f; the sugar, beating thoroughly after each addition. Beat egg yolks until thick and lemon-colored. Add remaining sugar, beating until well-blended. Stir in vanilla. Fold corn flakes and nutmeats into egg yolk mixture. Gently fold in. beaten egg whites. Spread in well greased 9x9-inch pan. Bake in moderate oven (350° F.) about 50 minutes. Cool. Cut in squares'. Serve with whipped cream. Yield: Nine servings. Noodles With Cheese '. :. Hot, cooked noodles taste wonderful mixed with garlic-flavored olive oil and Parmesan cheese. , I— I ORDER NOW YOUR THANKSGIVING i milk'to 2 J /2 cups and add 2 squares j chocolate, cut in pieces, to 2 cupsj milk before scalding. As chocolate melts in hot m ; lk, beat with rotary] beater to blend well. Add 1 cup cutj marshmallows before folding inj egg whites,.if desired. Coconut Cream Pudding: Add 1 cuy shreddeU coconut before fold- ing'in egg whites. Tender, Juicy Round STEAK Ib 49c U, S. No. 1 Grade A POTATOES 5 ^ 98c'^39c Fresh Ground Beef Meaty BACON Ends arid Pieces, 5 4"»$1 Softee TOILET Tissue 4">'" 29c A 4 Cresent PEANUT " ' ' . $1 Brittle *^39c Pure Pork Sausage 3 > b > $1 Little Chef Tomato Jumbo Fenced Ham 3 S1 Large Juicy Fla. Oranges d °* 29c Cooking Onions 4 lb j 29c 4 29c Swiftning 3175c Nabisco Chocolate Chip . Cookies b 39c Ketchup 6 S1 Morrell's All-Rite VIENNA Sausage 6 «-»79c Armour 9 — S1 Stokely's Finest FROZEN FOODS Green ^eai. Peas and Carrots, Bloekeyed Peai, y~\ /I1M Mixed Vegetables fc P 9> ' H I U Frtnch Fried Potatoes r Spinach 2 PRICE DnFiuatrs MAKARINE Get Extra Pound at J / 2 Price with each one bought at regular price Bitters Add Zest To Fruit Salad If you're looking for something out of the ordinary jn a fruit salad, here's one to try. The de-[ licate, aromatic sauce is the secret. Prepare fresh or frozen pineapple,-wedges, orange, grapefruit sections, fresh or. frozen strawberries, .and .fresh, frozen or canned cherries. Combine fruit juices with water to make 1^ cups! Place this in a small saucepan and add l ciip of sugar. ' ' Stir over low heat till sugar ; dissolved. Cover and cook 2 minutes.. ChilL To Ihe syrup, add 2 teaspoons of poppy seeds. Arrange, fruit -in a glass' bowl and .pourj syrup over fruit. . .' ; - Quick pie: line a pie plate with lady fingers and fill with a gelatin chiffon mixture. Chiil and top with whipped cream before servirg. If you are using an orange flavored filling, garnish the whipped cream with shaved chocolate. 1 Ibs. Golden Pounds EOPEN UNTIL 8 THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. Piedmont Coffee in Vacuum Pack .Cans DISTRIBUTED BY—PIEDMONT GROCERY CO. I Fresh Drest , Roosting or Frying Chickens ib 39c Gut-lip Frying Chicken Parts Give us your; order .'for the meat cuts you like. Let us expertly cut, wrap and prepare for your freezer. Prices are exceptionally low right now. Double Breasted . Fresh Drest Turkeys ib59c Breasts . . lb 73c Wings ... lb 21e Thighs . lb 63c Livers lb 69c Backs & Necks 3 Ibs 25c, Gizzards . lb 29c BLADE CUT CHUCK ROAST 35C'" FRESH GROUND None Better Rockingham Tender-Made TENDERIZED HAMS 47c , or shank half. Swift'i Premium HAMS <b 49c Freih "Couiirry PORK / HAMS . ib47c Whol* or Shank Half Nice for Freexmg, Also I ROUND ' SIRLOIN SWISS STEAK W.ell Trimmed 75c MEATY BOILING BEEF AI-Rite Lean Sliced Bacon ...... 3 ,.ib. pk »,. $1 Home-Made Pon Hoss -'..;;.. :;•;: ;.:.:.'•... :.fl5c YOUNG STIW " •. • ' '.' ..•'•':'••."• ' '" : " ' - : -: Tender Beef Liver . ;....; it. 29c Meaty Veal Chops ........... . v ... ib40c Enjoy. Home Drest PORK Hod. Cut LOIN lb 29; SAUSAGE R»39c CtnMr Cut LO'N Stuffed --./''." SAUSAGE; lb 59c Ib49c loin END Grantivilb SAUSAGE Ib 45c Ib 59c Oysters t9c fnith Hem* Or««t PORK SHOUIDHS ... :' Whol. or Shank Half , 35c lc * f Chicken, Turkey J OQ C ™ " '" U ^ lf for KEEBIER'S Sea Toast Pkg. 35C CAPORALE'S PIZZA PIES . CHEESE or PEPPERONI 59c ea. PREMIER ' •' •'••..Cranberry Sauce ... 2 »« 39c PREMIER Pure Mayonnaise pint |or 47c PREMIER Apple Sauce .... 6 N°- 303 c ans 89c SWIFT'S • Swiftning 3-lh. can 77C. LARGE SIZE,. SOFT Dinner Napkins ^ = f •«> 32c CAMPBELL'S HEW TASTY FROZEN Potato Soup ••; 2 «« 43c DOMINO SUGAR SUGAR...... ...2 1-lb. boxes * Granulated New 1 OX Confectioners 07|» I 10-lb. QO A Bag MARMRINE Get Extra Pound at V 2 Price with each one bought at regular price Ibf. BIG BOY BREAD On Sole At Your Local Independent Grocer A Product of Mclntyr*! Salary Nabisco Graham Crackers Box Pillsbury PIE CRUST 2..29C Del Monte PUMPKIN U.S. No. 1 Large POTATOES - Juicy Florida G'FRUlt 3, J9C Fresh Cocoanuts Large -iQ- Size IvV /Juicy Florida ORANGES 2 d . 89c Italian Chestnuts 19c, b Home Mode PEANUT BRITTLI Ib 49c STOKHY'S MOZIN C1MMM4 IftCtell M!»Nl V COYLEBROSrSANITARYMARKET ly. PM« 41 c I JKUVEI QUALITY FOODS 232 VIRGINIA AVE. CUMBERLAND MD. DIAL PA 4-43*0 Happy Hills MILK Giant 1 Pascal CELERY 25c fc . Borden's MINCE MEAT Otthr .Y««r Th«nki§ivinf It mtt*r*4 »f a VvM* >*«t1Ml rtx t!i« yt» wvf fOK YOUR MONEY' BottM by PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY DIAL PA 4.147* FULL DRESSED FRESH KILLED LOWEST PRICES PILLSBURY • GOLD MEDAL FLOUR OS lb H *V baa • • ARMOUR'S MILK DOMINO SUGAR 97c Public Pride OLEO 2 ALASKA SALMON CRISGO SPRY £ 87c FANCY CATSUP Taste Good CHEESE 2lb fi7c Box VI V COFFEE TOMATOES SALAD DRESSING * * * * • * * Exclusively Youri In Evtry Loaf Of PICNICS AT THE PUBLIC SERVICE SLICED PINEAPPLE FAMILY BRAND Lb ' fifo 100% PURE .., .' ;. Bag WvV NEW PACK 2 PUBLIC PRIDE . WholeKernel Golden CORN 2 «"» 29C Swan Toilet SOAP 6 »°> 25c Cranberry SAUCE 2 » n > 33C Scott Country HOMINY 2 N ± 29c IHHBHBMV ROCKINGHAM OLD VA. ROCKINGHAM COOKED PICNICS 32c lb HAMS 45' LB. WHOLE HAM MORRELL'S PRIDE TENDERIZED .. LB. 29 FRESH GROUND Hambu 4 «» $1 MORRELL'S SLICED Bacon 3° $1 SLICED BACON Ends 5 ^ J1 COUNTRY STYll Sausag 3^51 SMOKED BACON' Squares 4-J1 BABY BEEF Liver 4"»$t LITTLE PIG PORK LEAN Pork Chops .. b. 39c CENTfR CUT Pork Chops .. ib. 5Sc SHOULDER Pork Steak i BOSTON BUTT Pork Roast 39c FR1SH DREST YOUNG FRYING CHICKENS 35c> FRESH DREST WHITINGS s-b.- f * 69c JUICY STEAKS LEAN Club Steak, 39c JUICY SIRLOIN Steaks ....... it. 39c TENDER LOIN Steaks ....,,. it 45c JUICY ROUND Steaks,. lb. 55c VEAL LEO ROAST SKINLESS FRANKS lb. 39c VEAL SHOULDER CHOPS SMOKED SAUSAGE »39c COUNTRY STYll SOUSE U.S. No. 1 Lar 9 « Potatoes 15-lb. Peck 39e FRUITS - VEGETABLES IAKGI HEAD LEHUCE 2 * 29c LAKOI CAllf. PASCAL CELERY «* 29c SIIMISS HORIDA GRAPEFRUITS 4-25c GRAPES Juicy Florida Oranges DELIVERS CHARGE! SERVICE 'UBL1C SERVIC OOD MARKET 26 N CEORCF STBEfT AMD CRfSAPTQWN ORDfRS

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