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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MAY 8, 1031 BLYTHRYILLE. (AKK.V COURIER NEWS PAGE The Housewife's Guide to Better Marketing and Home Management FAVORITE RECIPES FOR T TABLE \ Buy Only Guaranteed Products Such As Those Advertised By Merchants On This Page Vitamin Them Child's Diet." ponds o'.i the kind. Oily or "fat" fish should not, be cooked In fat but lean fish mny be sauted or larded and baked or broiled or steamed. Kit fish can, of cuuvs. 1 , be cooked by means of broiling, boilinc or steaming. If it Is baked, it should be placed on a rack '& prevent it from becoming it rone flavored by being cooked in its own fat. Keep in mind that Ush should ] be cookcrt at a low temperature Content MakCS j alltl never over-cooked. Tins !s par- r T ticularly true If fish is broiled. Important InjPltmue the prepared fish, tied in ;i cheesecloth, into a large ketlc of boiling water. Then reduce the heat and simmer until tender, allowing ten minutes to the psinxl. Steaming is an ideal way to cook BY SISTEK MARY NEA Service Writer During the last few years science has done much to convince us of LTie worth-whileness of fish. Their vitamin content makes them particularly important for children lean fish, for lei-s flavor and nourishment arc lost by tins method than by boiling. Small brook (rout are delicious when pan broiled or fried in deep anil young folks whose bodies arc ; fat,. Fillels of fish are gosd Iried still growing. Any variety, v.hellrjr from deep sea or fresh water, is an excellent meat substilutc and the regular use of fish once or twice a week makes for a pleasant change in family menus. Fish can be divided into two general groups: fat and lean. The so- called lean fish have fat secreted in the liver, leaving the flesh rather clear and white. After cooking, lean flsh are decidedly dry and flaky. Pat fish have the fat distributed all through them as in salmon, butterfish and mackerel. Well-cooked fish is a delicious food and the homemaker who "simply can't cook fish," would no and learn Colors Prominent In This Living: Room o in deep fat. Deep fat frying is preferable to pan frying since fat Is absorbed In l!ie former method. Fish is not- regarded as a "hsar- ty" food and when a quite heavy meal is wanted a chtese sauce 01' other rich sauce should be served wilh the fish 10 c<!d calorics. Or if a sauce is not wanted with the fit'a a nutritious dessert can be used A gelatin dessert is never a goD:l choice after a fish dinner. Fish n itself rich In gelatinous su'ostancei and gelatine dishes, al'.huu^ii eerily digested and refreshing, are hy no means one ot the mo?l nutritious desserts. People who live far inland ntc:l not be deprived of sea fish v.'hich is so important oil accojiu of Us well to study Uie nit I low. Cooking Methods Are Varied The way you cook your fish de- j iodine content. Commercially canned fish is carefully selected fresh fish packed under ideal conditions and is a wholesome, desirab'.e and inexpensive food. • Asparagus I\Tc\ican Fresh asparagus, served hot with a spicy Mexican tomato .sauce, is a brand new surprise to most p?oplc. Your family is sure to like it. Elizabeth Ardcn's Venetian Toilet Preparations arc on sale exclusively . at Monday's Menu BREAKFAST—Sliced oranges, cereal, cream, fish hash, cornmcal muffins. ml!k, codce. | LUNCHEON—Stew of mixed veg- I | etabies, bread and butler and jelly, j | chocolate rice pudding, milk, coffee. I I "DINNER Baked salmon stcafe, potatoes en casserole, buttered asparagus, salad chilfonade, cottage pudding with strawberry saucce, milk, coffee. If You're Not Reducing Tr These On Your Oven N'lilvt 'flip fi)llowln K ri-ciprs an- piece of bacon and » pinch Of !u- MTund uf a sciirs to In- pub-I M!I. noil meat Into 8 rolls about fc'ii'd on Hils pace Unuiijli (he! 5 inehes long und wrnp In cooked •nurlrsy U f lural Himu'n who are j cabbage loaves. I'laec 111 baking l>iiu«n as Miccvssfu! rooks. Ollur| di.sli, poi|r one cup of cabbaife soup trdpi's tif merit tire scillclled. • * * lly Mrs. K. A. Fisher Ik'llrlous Ililllana I'll'! lari;e bananas 1 teaspoon (lavurlni; extract - iu].v, milk, scalded 3-4 cup suear pinch fait. I iiu 1 pic plate with pie crust, Mii-o i.<anaiia.s and place In the pie CluSl. Heat the OBBS slightly and add the .sail and su^ar. Pour hi nux.- luip slowly tl:o scalded milk :nul add the flavorlne. I'our the custard mlxtina over bananas and b.ikc In s'.ow oven for about 30 or 10 minutes. Heal the whiles jf 2 eggs stiff w!'.h 3 tablespoons of sugar to form a meringue and spread, thickly over top ot pie. Dust with a little sugar. Brown in very low I'lueo In oven mid bake hour. Serve hot wilh Cabbage Hulls pound of hamburger 1-1! pound of hamburger meat ! l-'J teaspoon pepper 1 onion !-2 tall pepper 1 tc.i&poun suit Mix all ingredients together. Hull 8 nice large cabbage leaves until tender. Season with a small over volls. "bout one chill sauce. II) -.Mrs. I.uey Me Adams Yeast t'nkc 1 srant cupful butter '2 cupfnls smjar (creamed with the butter) 3 well beaten esgs I cupful ssvccf milk 3 cupfnls pastry flonr 1--1 cake chocolate (bitter) mclt- ed over hot wiilci* l-i! cake yeast foam dissolved 1-4 cuplul warm water Mix well and let stand over niiilit. Next morning add one level tea£[>con :;oda dissolved In 3 tablc- iifuls hot water und 1 cupful nut meats. Uukc in 3 layers and fill with chocolate Icln?. Chocokite Icing - cakes bitter chocolate 1-2 cupful sweet, milk mid cream 2 cupf'.ils sugar 1-2 cupful while karo Lump butter 1 icwspocnful vanlla flavoring Cook until It forms soft ball when dropjied In cold water. Cool slightly and ndd vanilla and beat SPECIALS We Deliver BLEK STEAK %< K.C. Cdrn Fed. Lb.'till BEEK ROAST K. C. Lb. Exncrt Watch PAT O'BUYANT Jewelry Co. in (he next fifteen years the gold supply In South Africa, whicl uis furnished over half the world's output, is expected to become ex :iausled. Color blindness, affects about four per cent ot males and fcur- tenths of one per cent of females. Day and Night Service Station, Inc. "I'hilLips <j(i" Gas—Quaker Staic und Alobiloil Oils— Willard Batteries Cotton Belt Bus Depot I'hone 555 Walpole Electric Shop For Fan Repairing antl Cleaning AT5OVE—Eightocnlli Century graclousncsa Is expressed in this room. A great part of the clmrm oE. this suburban home living room arises.from its use of color. The chintz draperies ugainst Ui2 plain wnlls, the rich tones of the upholstery, and the ivarm hues of the screen in the corner all contribute to a striking ensemble. The accessories—pictures, lamps and objects of art—have been rteftly chosen to carry through the motif of spacious eighteenth century comfort. Observe how subtly the English carrt table, opened against the wall to make a fine background for the vase of flowers, balances the screen at the opposite bide of the fireplace. With a slight simplification of the upholstery and drapery .patterns, an oriental rug or domestic rug in oriental design could be used as the floor covering. The natural duration of human life is over 100 years, according to a famous French doctor, himself 99 years old. lie adds that a man who dies at the age of 85 dies youug. I'hone 3U HBH Lawn ;;nd Yiifht Chairs, and Lawn Umbrellas in Matched Colors. Carney Awning Co. 113 S. 1st St. Phone fi-13 Plumber 1211 W. Main St. Phone 891-\V The Laundry Will "Clean It" Phone 327 Chilean Woman Artist Exhibits Pictures ™ COOK WITH COAL ''Economical and Safe" Coal and Feed Phono Cl Permanents $10 $8 Special Tor- <tC QC mancnt .... «?U«tJ3 Genuine Eugene Pcnr.aucnl .... Ncs M c Improved Permanent Mr^. ^laliel Outlaw- is now connected with this shop. Elois Beauty Shoppe Phone 505 WASHINGTON. (UP) — Senora Ilernnnia Arrate de Daviila, wife of Don Carlos G. Davila, Chilean Ambassador to the United States, is exhibiting a number of her paintings at an exhibition at Die International Art Center of the Roerich Museum. Although Senora dc Davila has exhibited on previous occasions, both in Chile and nt Washington, this was her first "one-man exhibition." The exhibition consists of 25 pictures. They include a number of portraits—one a. self portrait—other figures and some still life studies. Eenora de Davila shows great feeling for the modernistic school in her work, and her admiration for El Greco and the influence of that master may be noted in the treatment ot her subjects. Senora de Davila studied painting for seven years with the well- known Chilean artist. Don' Pablo Buchnrd. She 1ms been awarded high honors at exhibits of the official salons in Chile. payment was due him, but the amount could not be decided. The letitioncr died scon after, and In: question was dropped until his. teirs brought suit against Hie government a short time ago. Easy lo Serve .Keep a Case of in the Ice Box NECK HONES rC Lb. 0 PUKE COFFEE ITC SOAP White Maple OCC Leaf. 10 Bars £0 HENS Full Dressed <V7C Vo.Ll BACON Sliced OQC Maple Leaf. Lb. 4*0 BREAD & ROLLS CC 5 C SALIBA'S MARKET • Vftit'X A-"V i '• "When Your. Clothes Arc Uing Seven-Thirty" Huts Rebuilt Dirly Barnes 9 Cleaners TEW Huins so ancient that they snow wntcr marks left by Hie Biblical lood have been unearthed on the site of the ancient Suineriau city of Kisli, just cast of Babylon, according to a report of the Oxford- Field Museum expcditition. Sunday Fried Chicken Dinner 75c Black Cat Coffee Shoppe Come here to buy Mother's Day Gifts *~' ' t Aldridge Jewelry Company Heirs of Inventor Win Damage Suit Over Fuse PARIS. (UP)—The heirs of Andre Lefcvrc, \vlio perfected a shrapnel fuse used by the Allied Armies during 1917 and 1018, have been awarded $3.200 damages from the French government and the costs of their suit as payment for the invention. M. Lcfevrc, former minister of war, finished'-svork on (lie I. A. L. fuse in Ansust, 1016. and pr^pnlM the plan to the Ecole Pyro'.echi'.ique de Bxirges. The fuse vas accepted and manufacture and use of it be- (jim. but the rights of the inventor were not protected. After the war M. 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