The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1953 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 23, 1953
Page 14
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JPAOE FOURTEEN BL.YTHKVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY W, 1998 Scrambled Glasses Are Becoming Smart By GAY.VOK MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Good nc'.vs for this year's brides — it's no longer socially fmport- 8P,t to worry about the right or xvrono: slass. So if you put milk in an Iced tea slnss or you serve ice cream ptirfau in a tall Pilsner glass once reserved only for beer, don't worry. It's the thing to do, If 3 glass suits its need, then it's correct 10 use it. Today, with few families having servants, and ninny homes having too-little storage space, designers are making glasses that nre easier to take cave of r.nti more practical to use. Also, they achieve beauty at low price. That's what Freda Diamond of New York told us. She is internationally known as a home-furnishings consultant, glassware designer for Libbey, has been cited for good design by the Museum of Modern Art in New York, represented in the Toledo Museum, the Akron (O.) Institute, the Avery Museum at Hartford, Conn., and at the Paris Exposition (1942). She probably exercises more Influence on the good taste of the | average home-furnishings consum- i er than any other one person In America. With our Mimmer brides In mind, we asked Miss Diamond what are the "starting" basic items In glassware for the new homemaker. Here is her experi enced answer: "Pour generous-sized tumblers These can be used for milk, icec tea, iced coffee, lemonade or highballs. Four water goblets (stemware). Four fruit-juice glasses (stemware or tumbler) for juices or whiskey sours. Four sherbets (steamware) for desserts, puddings, ice cream, ices, sea food, fruits or champagne. Four cocktail glasses (stemware) for cocktails or wine. "Other handy additions — the Pilsner which can be used for ice cream parfait or for beer. Also. the jumbo cooler to be used for jumbo iced tea, iced coffee, or ice cream sodas." ASY fo Use/ SURE fo Seal! fSOffif CAHNERS' FIRST CHOKl No Guesswork! DOWN Jar Sealed! Menu Important At Youths' Party Careful Preparation Is Secret of Good Time for Youngsters By GATNOIt MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor Let your teen-age children Invite their friends to a beach Bup- per party. (Your back yard or a pleasant Bpot along 'the back road will do as well.) Oscar Ledding of Darien, Conn,, told us how he helps his youngster do it. The secret is cnretul preparation. The menu is all-important. Keep It simple but lining. Serve a nourishing casserole, prepared in advance for a change from hot dogs. A bi£ bonfire Is one way to cook food in the open air. Or you might borrow that Coleman pocket stove your brother brought home from the war. The grown-up version of the pocket stove—a modern portable camp stove—Is even better. Stoves save gathering kindling and lessen danger of grass fire*. When you Invite your guests tell them what to wenr, the cxnct time, where you're Roing if it's not at your home. Be sure you have blankets, a flashlight, portable record player or radio, even suntan lotion if it's a daytime beach party. If the party drags It Is a good Idea to have some kind of entertainment in mind. Do you have a big, old washtub in the cellar? Then fill It with .ce. There's your portable ice box for cold drinks or salads. After the party, pick up rubbish which may be scattered on the ground. Here Is a casserole thai, can be )reparcd In advance and cooked ater at the picnic. With a two- mrner camp stove, 2 casseroles can be cooked at once if you've nvited a large group. Macaroni Scramble (4 servings) One-half chopped onion, '/ 2 Btnlk :elery, chopped parsley, '1 pounds :hopped beef. > 4 pound store cheese, 1 package macaroni, 1 can tomatoes. Brown onion. Mix cut-up celery and parsley and add all to meat. Brown in skillet and add tomatoes. Cook macaroni until done and mix with above mixture nnd half of grated cheese. Reserve rest of cheese of topping. Bake for V^ hour. Serve with salad or carrot sticks. New Book Gives Wedding Day Meal By GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Food mid Markets Kdllor In Westport, Conn., there lives a gracious young mother who hn.s written a gracious book that all of us can use with profit. She's Amy Vanderbllt ami her 700-page "Complete Book of Etiquette" covers about every situation in modern life where manners and consideration and the desire to be correct are important. Her book is authoritative, up to date, amazingly complete, and written in a very human way. Fo ,he summer bride, it's a fine fin For all of us, it can make mod ern living more pleasant. With so many weddings taking place, let's look at Amy Vander bill's section on the Wcddtng Breakfast. The Wcddini? Rreakfasit The wedding breakfast Is actual- y lunch — three courses. When juests are seated it includes ibup course, such as hot clam broth with whipped cream, a main dish such as sweetbreads broche with green peas and pota- toe balls, plus small biscuits ant lettuce salad. Dessert Includes ice cream In fancy molds, pctits fours or tiny petlts fours glaces and demitasse. The bridal champagne, or at least a fine white wine, nnd sometime: both. Is to be served with the luncheon. When the wedding breakfast Is served buffet and there Is no way of seating guests, even at small tables, the soup course Is usually omitted and the collation limited to two courses. . There may be something like whole salmon mayonnaise with wilted cucumbers and dill, green salad, Ice cream (not necessarily In forms), little cakes, demitasse.s and a good white wine or champagne, or both. WARNING OKDKR In the Chancery Court, Chicka- saivba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Helen Snortiello, Ptf. vs. No. Ii443 Louis Sportiello, Dft. The defendant, Louis Sportiello, is hereby warned to appear within thirty dayti In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Helen Sportiello. Dated this 14th day of July. 1953. Geraltllnr T ' M on, Clerk Claude F. Cooper, atty. RONCO Spaghetti • macaroni • pure egg noodles How about something quick and easy? / Really - tender and juicy.,. A CIRCUS OF LIVE BETT-EE . FOE LESS! ; WALDORF •i* •! • f 1 Toilet Tissue SCOTT CUT- RITE ^ £ « D I sr1*.29< SCOTTOWELS ,.'S,2'»39 SCOTTIES BONDWARE PAPER PLATES * '•«-'•*"— p^45c fllECE 150 to roll 2 - 37c tt './ COOL OFF! REFRESH YOURSELF. . . Enjoy a luscious... "HUlAKOOlER made with MIDWEST TPufe AT YOUR FAVORITE FOUNTAIN f Sherbet EASY TO MAKE... HERE'S HOW Melt spoonful of sherbet into bottom of glass. Add cold sparkling water. Stir and top with scoop of sherbet. Top off with a cherry, bil of fruit, .or sprig of mint. Different! Delightful! Delicious! Be sure It's Midwest Sherbet Look for This Carton Men You Buy! FLEECE FACIAL TISSUES 300-rt. full size 2 * 39c TISSUE TISSU SAVE 1? ON LGE. Use coupon in box you buy on next purchase. v 3-fting Value! I 3 CAKES FREE! LAVA 3 cakes See details ^ if at Kroger. ^ I >v Buy Now —at your Midwest Ice Cream Dealer ; For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Adverfiserfi Fancy Groceries We Deliver Call In 2043 Come In 1044 Chick. No Clowning-This is a Sharp Buy!] ^ Quikut Steak Knives 50< 1 3 knives with 1 large size box top, 4 with 1 giant size box top. Get free order blanks at Kroger. IVORY SNOW 27c Peter Pan Peanut Butter 12 £ 390 Starkist TUNA CHUNKS No. ! can 350 Derby SPAGHETTI Lb. }ar 27* Unit STARCH 2 *"« 250 Sweetose Sorghum Flavor PANCAKE ,, ., SYRUP HID. 27' Sunshine GRAHAMS Lb. box 340 Argo Gloss STARCH 72 oz. Ftr YOUR first 2 Qt. BOTTLES 'for Eipirai July 31, ttSJ 1 Strife Parsons AMMONIA Qt. 230 Argo Corn STARCH 2 taxes 230 Niagara STARCH 12 at. Pkg. 190

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