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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Y-, MAY 1, 1931 BLYTHRVILLE. (AUK.Y COURIER NEWS PAGE PIV1 The Housewife's Guide to Better Marketing and Home Management FAVORITE RECIPES FOR HOME TABLE Buy Only Guaranteed Products Such As Those Advertised By Merchants On This Page Nuts, Dates, Raisins and Othei-s Acid Food Value and Taste. BY SISTEK MAUV .NEA Service Writer This spring the fashion expert's arc stressing the Importance of "accessories" to give complete perfection to milady's costume, ft l-o honic-makcr will give consideration to the food accessory she will find it of equal importance In cookery. Many a dish that is more wholesome than popular can be made decidedly appetizing by the deft use of some, added material. The food accessory should not bj confused wilh the garnish. Tr.e garnish usually is merely ornamental, while the accessory adds nourishment as well as decoration. Nuts, dates, raisins, cocoanut, candied fruit, jelly—these and many others combine happily with the most nutritious and economical dishes, adding food value and interest to Use combination with relatively little 'expenditure of time or money. The carefully chosen food accessory should I not be regarded as an extravagance. If two or three chopped dates added to the children's cereal make the dish a treat instead of u morning source ot diicora, it surely cannot be termed extrava- ;am—especially since the dates add about 10D calories us well as some food iron to the dish of ceieul. Food Value k'lus Kuts or raisins or bot!i added to baked apples increase their food value and assure thorn a cordial welcome. A spooniui 01 jelly is another pleasant variation if put in tlie cavity left when the core is- removed from the apple. Chopped nuts sprinkbd over cup^ custards or plain coiiislarch puddings add vastly to their -attractiveness as well as lood value. Two tablespoons of chopped English walnuts spiinkled over each .serving add 100 calories as well as tndi share of mineral cons!iiu?uUi. Shredded cccoanut sprinkled over canned peaches makes them tioucly attractive. The simple, healthim dessert of sliced oranges and bananas acquires new character if a sprinkling of cocianul is added to each serving. Fruit salads are given Increased fcod value by t!ie addition of both cocoainu and nuts. Although candied fruit is more expensive than the ether accessa- ries mentioned, it will do wonders to almost any every day dish. Liquid pudding sauces that may lie desirable for children but not overl) tasty gain actual distinction cf a A Charming Informal Living Room few (attesiiconsuil of finely chop- Elizabeth Arden's Venetian Toilet Preparations arc on sale exclusively at lied candied cherries or pineapple are added. THE SUNDAY DI.N'XUK IJy Oscar of the Waldorf Sardine Paste Canape Jellied Chicken Consomme Roasted Hindtiuarter of Lamb Mint Sauce Broccoli, buttered New Carrots in Cream Tomato and Cucumber Salad (Thousand Island dressing) Rhubarb Jelly Border wiui Whipped Cream Coflce Roasted Hiudquartcr of Lamb Select a hinciquarter of lamb, trim the bone, fix the lamb in roasting pan and roast it 111 a hot oven, basting often »iih butter; .when nearly done . sprinkle will' breadcrumbs, baste again to brown and sprinkle salt over. \Yhen the lamb is cooked put it on a hoi dish, surround with a rich gravy, and serve with mint sauce. * » a Khubarb Jelly Border With Whipped .Cream Cut up into pieces three pounds of rhubarb, put, them into ii preserving pan with an equal quantity of sugar, and pour over a lit- Vo Original Recipes That Have Found Favor Locally (Nl)Ti:: Tlio fofiovvintr me two , ,.,...,.. ,..,,„.,„ or :,„,„, o, ,«,„„ ,„ „. p.*. ! ^ 10 ^ (UP) _ John I.altock. Indian guide who showed rrcsiclenl Cooliclec the uesl Ilshing ts wlic-n lie s|icnt a vacation In l»hnl on Ihl, ,MS« (hrousli the cimiksy of lonl uoim'n uhust 1 skill Iti rooking Is ifi-iu-rally n-c- i.^'iii/n!. These hvo n-dpes art! particularly ln(i-rr>llii£ liM-ausc liny are original,] 1 \Yi:>con.sln, lias solved a scries of CmuHy resort With the skill collage ot his Day and Night Service Station, Inc. "Phillips 66" Gas—Quaker Stule and Mobiloil Oils— Willard Batteries Cotton Belt Bus Depot Phone 555 Walpole Electric Shop For Fan Repairing and Cleaning Phone 314 Tiiis Georgian living room reveals elegance without stillness. Here Is ample provision for the comfort c ever- member of a sizable family—plus the facilities for entertaining freely. This 17x24-foot room ha: Frating for twelve people; yet every part of it Is easily accessible. The furnishing arc chiefly Georjiai and faithfully reflect the gracious elegance of their era. The paneled walls invest the room with a dignity which is relieved from stiffness by the cleverly informal placing of the furniture. The.contrast, of large and small patterns in the upholstery, the effective use of mirrors, tapestry and furniture to give interes to the vortical wall panels, and the'harmonious employment of a few pieces of furniture from the enrliei historic styles are features of tills charming room. «v .M.IIS. \v. M. Mi-Ki-wzir: Spanish Chicki-n Cool; home-made noodle. 1 , hi broili h'om a nice ful lien. For Sp.inlih sauce to serve with the i:u:;d!ej fry two tnc:lium size on'.uns { nut! a tiny bit of e«rlic 111 bacon | <<!i|>p!iii;s. Add one ureen bell nep- i hopiird fine. Vut Into this out can ot lomatocs, fi half teaspoon of | cf'.iry Mil, 'one teaspoon of tall. Let Uils cook for » while slowly ' and then arid one can of mush- IOIHIU, mul one can of i«ns. Lastly, auM dik-ken that has been taken fran the bone and chopped. 'Hii makes n very attractive Olsh when the noodles arc JHH in a ring moiiM mid served on a platter with Kiuce in the center. When Ecrvlni; yo.i can sprinkle with Kraft's urat- cil cheese. This is very good \vlrai s-iiicc aiul noodles are mixed jiibt l«-. r ore icrving if you do nut luiv:- a r.ioiikl. 'lli:s dish with brenrt, slufTrd ccl- •y and olives, a vegetable or fruit i!:id, dessert nnd collcu makes a ollrlons and liuuntiful in;nl. 1'rcncli Salad Dressing 1 talad dressing that is <WiereiU) Chop fine one very small onion | n<l dill pickle. Add this to Trench rcssing Hint, has the (ollowmg in- redlcr.ls well mixed: 1 teaspoon of salt. 1 tcasiwon ot celery salt. 1 (easpoan of paprika. 3 tablespoon:; of tomato catsup. 1 cnp of Wesson oil. Juice of 2 lemons. Thh dressing is especially good •-'lien served over head lettuce, to- u.ito am! lettuce, asparagus. toma- o and lettuce, hard boiled eggs nnd ettnce. ncqueiorl tiicc.-,e adde-.l to his dressing is also gooil, and Kraft's grated ohcess may tc sprinkled over ;iny o! these tahds forefathers, he traced the roobtrt "nlnt trail through the woods. HORTON, Kansas, (UP)" — ? An Intensive 'survey, intended to '• Improve living and sanitary condi- ' turns among the Kickapoo Indians, : tiai been started by the 'federal': government. C, M. BUlr, former superintendent of • Haskell Inttlan Institute, Field Representative Berry, of the governmental Indian office, and others are co-operating with county officials to better the- (idininistratlpn of affairs on the Klcknpoo reservation,near here. I Expert Watch Repairing PAT O'BRYANT Atdridge Jewelry Co. tie water to prevent the pieces from sticking • to the bottom or burning. Set the pan over a very gentle fire, and stir it well until the fruit is quite soft; then pass it, through AWNINSl— vn and Yacht Chairs, and Lawn Umbrellas tclicd Colors. Carney Awning Co. 113 S. 1st St. Phone 613 A. G. AITKEN Plumber 1211 YV. Main St. Phone 89-1-W The Laundry Will Clean If I'htme 327 " COOK WITH GOAL '"Economical and Safe Coal and Feed Phone G-l Permanenis Genuine Eugene Permanent — Nestle Improved Permanent, Special Per- d»p AC mancnt .... *«I««»J Mrs. Mabel Outlaw- is now connected with this shop. Elois Beauty Shoppe Phone 505 What Can You Cook Best? If you nre a good cook the. chances avc yon have one or more favorite recipes. Maybe its for vegetable soup, u loin steak dish, ice box pudding or a delicious 'party salad. At any rate the Courier News would like to print your be.it recipes on this page for the benefit of June brides and others who are not so. adept with skillet and ladle. We will appreciate your sending us some of your most successful recipes this week. BAKING POWDER Vou save in using KCUwLESSlhsnol hish priced brands. IT'S DOUBLt ACTINO Knjoy Home Cooking Here— "When Your Clothes Arc Dirty Ring Seven-Thirty" Hals Rebuilt Cleaners Sunday Dinner Biack Cat Coffee Shoppe a fine sieve into a basin, ami to i center with a ivcll-ivhippsd cream each quart of pulp mix in two | and serve. ounces of dissolved gelatine. Turn | the preparation into an ornamental I Tomorrow's Menu border mould, and let it set firm. Turn it out onto a dish, Till the SPECIAL! "I Never Wear My Rings at I am Afraid of Losing or Breaking ihe, Stone' \V-W-W (Jiiaiatitwl Rings are made to be worn— all (lie lime. They are friends (hat slidi no matter what toil you put your hands to. Aldridge Jewelry Company PEACHES, Libby IftC Fancy, No. 2|/ 2 Can IJ PINEAPPLE, Libby Fancy, No. 2'/2 Can Sliced or Crushed PINEAPPLE, No. 1AC 1 Crushed 1« JEI.LO, All Flavors TC Package " J5EANS Blytheville Green, No. 2 Can 3 for SUGAR ,mc 10 Mis. .wattles, maple syrup, milk, oolite. LUNCHEOX—Creamed egss r.n-.l Jims, whole vvhrnl bread, marmalade, hermits, luiik. tea. DINNER-Vi-.il loaf, creamed po- tatccs, Ir.ir.cn-d nspar.ixus, c-ni'j:i and totnaio s.ilad. pineapple i;p- sidc-domi ccike, milk, cof!cc. The NEW FOK THE "Say it With Flowers" Mother's Day .May 10th HEATON'S HOME 01' FLOWERS E Four Leaf 9 1 Lf>. Can 49 C 28 C Phone Ifi7 Yarhro K<i. SeeourBnuiliful Line of Lingerie, Glove Silk- (!iT[u». ami .Kuyon - - SISTERS SHOPPER - - V.'o sn.irgest the new Ford r<»;:pt', a closed c:ir w i t li atlraclivL 1 body linos .-ii!<l beautiful colors. This i-av has a four ineli atljii-tablu :'caf and is just the tiiiiij: foi' (|tiicl; it n d economical transportation on market davs. Distributed By the Arkansas Grocer Company Blytheville, Ark. Phone 337 Awlhori/ed Dealers Phones— Slil-Sll-777 DO YOUR COOKING ELECTRICALLY ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. BIG radio ever mad® >£9 COMPLETE The Xcw Superhetiodyne—New l!:;r>, Super Control Tubes. PARKHURST CO 105-109 E. Main St.