The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1955 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 17, 1955
Page 11
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THUHSDAT, MARCH 17, 19B8 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWI PAGE ELEVEN Smalt Prunes,CannedCorn f Snap Beans Are in Abundance Now By GAYNOK MADDOX .. NEA Food and Markets Editor. The California Prune Advisory Board is faced with an abnormal supply of smaller prunes. They state that an unusually large proportion of the crop runs to smaller sizes. The difference In edible prune meat yield is slight — something less than 10 per cent between the large prunes and the small prunes —whereas the smaller sizes have been recently quoted on the coast at 40 to 50 per cent below the larger ones. This clearly indicates that the smaller prunes are especially attractive at this time to thrifty meal planners who are consistently seeking ways to stretch the food dollar, adds the United States Department of Agriculture. Here's ajiother budget note: Canned sweet corn and canned snap beans are abundant now. The supply of canned sweet corn is the largest in several years, and the 1954 pack of green and wax beans is the largest^ on record. The heavy supplies have resulted in generally lower consumer prices. To encourage "reater movement of these foods a special industry- government merchandising program will be carried out during the period March 17 to March 26. The United States Department of Agriculture is lending its full support to the program, and urges cooperation of all segments of the food industry. So take advantage of this program and stock up at budget prices. Corn Fritters One cup creamed canned corn, 1 egg well beaten; T tablespoon Thousand Island Sandwiches Tills sandwich filling contains some of the same ingredients that go into popular Thousand Island Saiad Dressing. Ingredients: 4 hard-cooked eggs, 1/2 cup drained sweet pickles, '/ 2 cup ripe olives, V 4 cup mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon salt, bread. Method: Chop eggs and sweet nicklfis fairly line, Cut olives from pits in small pieces. Mix chopped eggs an pickles, olives, mayonnaise and salt. (Makes about 2 cups.) Spread filling thickly between slices of bread for hearty sandwiches. Read Courier News Classified Ads. fat, J /2 cup soft bread crumbs, teaspoon salt, teaspoon pepper. Mix all ingredients. Drop by spoonfuls onto hot griddle in bacon fat or drippings. They should be the sine of large oysters. Savory Green Bean (Serves 4) . .. Three slices Dacon, 3 tablespoons bacon drippings, 1 tablespoon chopped onion, 1 tablespoon vinegar, '/« to '/ 2 teaspoon salt, dash of pepper, 1 No. 2 can cut green beans, drained. Saute bacon In a skillet, then remove and break into small pieces. Saute onion in drippings until tender. Add vinegar, and seasonings and blend. Add bacon and green beans; mix together lightly and heat. It's Different: Cabbage, Lemon Sauce By GAVNOR MADDUX NEA Food anil Markets Editor We've been experimenting with fresh winter vegetable dishes, try- Ing to get something different. These two recipes will add variety without upping costs. Cabbage Ooldenrod (Yield: 6 servings) Two and one-quarter pounds head cabbage, '/j Inch boiling water In saucepan, '/2 teaspoon salt,, lemon-cheese sauce, 2 hardcooked eggs. Cut cabbage into 6 wedges. Place in a saucepan along with '/ 2 inch boiling water and the ',2 teaspoon salt. Cover. Boil 15 minutes or until tender. (For milder flavor lift cover 3 to 4 times to permit the acids to escape with the steam.) Place cabbage on a serving dish. Pour lemon-cheese sauce over all. Put hard-cooked eggs through a sieve and sprinkle over the sauce. Ltrnoii-CBeese Sauce One tablespoon butter or margarine, 1 tablespoon flour, I'/i cups milk. l /2 teaspoon salt, teaspoon ground black pepper, % cup shredded sharp Cheddar cheese, 1 tablespoons fresh lemon juice. Melt butter or margarine. Blend in flour. Gradually stir in milk. Cook until medium thickness, stirring coastantly. Add salt, black pepper, and cheese. Mix well. Stir in lemon juice. Vegetable-Filled Baked Carrot Rial (Yield: 6 to 8 lervino) Three cups (8 medium) shredded carrots, 3 eggs, well beaten; 10'/2-ounce can undiluted condensed cream of chicken soup, '/:» cup milk, 1-3 cup finely diced celery, 1-3 cup fine dry bread crumbs, 1 teaspoon minced onion, J4 teaspoon salt, 1-16 teaspoon ground black pepper, 1-16 teaspoon ground nutmeg, 3 cups fresh peas, snap beans or small whole white onions. Combine carrots, eggs, chicken soup, milk, bread crumbs and seasonings. Mix well. Pour into a well-greased 1 }4 quart ring mold. Place in a pan of hot water. Bake in a slow oven (325 degrees P.). 1 hour and 15 minutes or until firm when top is pressed with finger. Let stand 10 minutes. Turn out onto a serving plate. Fill cen- Wisiting Around Arkansas ci BY JOE MARSH MISSISSIPPI COUNTY R/chest F o n Ac' Appropriately, Mississippi County holds the National Cot-' ton Picking Contest every fall. Founded in 1833, this County has the richest cotton growing land in the world ... having produced as much as two bales to the acre without fertilization. Named for the "Father of Waters," the County has—from recent report—7,140 farms, more than any county in Arkansas. The County's industries process agricultural products. Growth of small grains and rice is increasing. In making fine beer and ale, the American brewing industry uses millions of pounds of small grains and rice ... buying much rice from Arkansas. Its fine products go all over the nation and, through its self regulation program, sees that they are sold in traditionally clean and wholesome cafes, taverns and food markets. Coswriyht, JS5J, United State* lirt SIMON'S SUPER MARKET 10-1 W. MAIN Phone 3-9GBO BEEF MARKET HAS CRASHED AT SIMON'S! U.S. Choice and Good Round Steak ib. 69 C U.S. Choiet and Good Sirloin Steak-ib.59 c U.S. Choice and Good T-Bone Steak-ib.79 c U.S. Choice and Good Rib Steak-• ib. 49 C Shoulder Steaki Lamb Roast - ib. 39 C Jewel Shortening Br 59 Godchaux Sugar- 10ibs.89 ( CRACKERS DxcBe " , h 190 BISCUITS Ba " ardS> GIa " i0la '. ........ can 100 PET MILK UlU. Geneva S. R. Or ° rnalion 25 ,b, T 2 u.,250 Seedless GRAPEFRUIT • - - 6for25< Delicious, Large Size APPLES - - - - 3for25< CABBAGE Firm, Green Ib. U.S. Choice and Good Chuck Roast - ib. 39 C U.S. Choice and Good Slew Beet--ib. 19° Sugar Cured • I Reelfoor Half 14%* Hams u ,:r; b ib. 49 C Pure Pork Sausage - - 3 fts. 85 100% All Beef Hamburger 3 ibs. 85 Large Eggs c rs,r -doz.39 ( Margarine with Coupon Blue Bonnet 2 25 ( Tenn. Brand Sliced PEACHES HuntsSlced No c!;f290 BLUE CHEER Giant Box 620 TOMATO PUREE Can 50 Clean, Firm CARROTS - - - Jumbo SWEET POTATOES Cello. Bag GOOD LUCK wH^mniTcoupnn th. 190 tor with cooked fresh peas, snap beans or small whole white onions. Salmon Loaf Handy During Lent Season Have you made a Salmon Loaf recently? This recipe will corne in handy during Lent. IngredlMls: !>', cups liquefied instant nonfat dry milk, 14 cup flour, 1 teaspoon salt, '> cans Cl'A ounces each) salmon (drained), 2 tablespoons lemon juice, cup finely , diced celery, 2 tablespoons minced chives, I egg (slightly beaten), 1 cup fine dry bread crumbs. Method: pour liquified nonfat dry milk into top of double boiler. Sprinkle Hour and salt over sur- Fun Snack For March Weather Just the snack to serve when March weather Is blustery! Ingredients: 1 quart sweet apple cider, »/* cup firmly-packed dark brown sugar, 1 stick cinnamon (about 3 inches long), l'/z teaspoons whole cloves, \Vz teaspoons whole allspice. Method: Put apple cider, brown sugar, cinnamon, cloves and allspice In a l'/2- or 2-quart saucepan; heat, stirring until su«ar dissolves. Simmer (do not boil) 10 minutes, face. Beat with rotary beater until just blended. Cook over hot water, stirring constantly, until thickened. Turn drained salmon into mixing bowl; remove bones and skin; flake. Add lemon juice, celery, chives, egg and bread crumbs to salmon; mix. Stir in white sauce. Turn into greased loaf pan (8% by 5'/j by 214 inches). / Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven about 30 minutes or until lightly browned. Turn out of pan. Serve with lemon wedges. Makes 6 servings. It Pays to Shop at Mays! FREE LARGE DINNERPLATE With Each $20.00 or more Purchase ICECREAM COOKIES Freezert J_ Vanilla or Strawberry 2 gal Home Style 20-oz. creme filled cello bag dlCAD Domino or Godchaux ttUUfin Factory packed PET MILK Orca ^ on Chase & Sanborn, Reg, or drip all the flavor your cup can hold Ib My-T-Fine vanilla or Chocolate pkg. Pure Hog 480 COFFEE PIE FILLING LARD 10 , bs . 0 tall OCj tcans fc*ly 930 BLACK PEPPER Canoa or 4 l\ cln. -oz. cans 590 150 Nightengale Large Grade "A" IQft Real Fresh Country Eggs doz. 03 ]* BISCulTS "ove'n ready 3 cans 280 Tiny Kernal white cream style Tastee Brand 1 303 can Dixie Belle Saltines '4 11). cello wrapped . fll Cfl Margold vLtU !, Lb. Patties Ea 2 2cans 110 2, bs .3S0 . 120 Quality Fresh & Cured Meats Clean Modern Market-—Low Prices Everyday .. W Ibs. 030 STEWING BEEF Rib or Brisket ., Fresh, Fat Tender ME v Pan ready Ib. *1"«J}' GROUND BEEF LOIN STEAK " PORK ROAST 3 Tender & Juicy Ib. Ib. 790 590 330 FRESH PRODUCE POTATOES *••.'."."'. 10, h ,450 DC A MO Black Valentine IQj DCftnO Extra Fancy .............. Ib. t3\i CABBAGE NolTexasGe : n ....... ib. 40 Sunk,t „, Size I III A DC A 110. Grcen & While 10 -° z - LIIYIM DCHIId Fresh Frozen ..... pkg. MAYS SUPER MARKET 421 S. 21st Ph. 3-9910 Strain Into mugs at one* and Mrvt hot. Makes 4 Bervlngi. CAMERA CENTER • Flash Bulbs • Color Film • Polaroid Film • Movie Film • We have Cameras and Projectors for rent. BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 Note to weight-watchers: ft cup of whipped evaporated milk contains one-quarter as many calorlot as one cup whipped heavy cream. What every good cook knows: Just a little difference in ingredienti makes a big difference in cooking r«*ult» Snowdrift is just a little lighter than any other shortening—and that can make the big difference in giving your family lighter, more digestible fooda. Snowdrift gives just a little more safety than ordinary shortenings, because it fries perfectly at correct high temperatures. That can make the big difference in digestibility of fried foods. Snowdrift's ingredients atejutt a little costlier than any other solid shortening's (yet you pay no more). That can make the big difference in better tasting foods, whether fried or baked. No other shortening at any price it so creamy, so digestible — and so light! 100% PURE . ALt.VEGEIABtE SHORTENING . MADE Br THE WESSON Oil MOW MERCHANTS LUNCH-7k SOUTHERN STYLE CRACKLIN' BREAD SERVED DAILY "Mom" Rice's Home Made Pies Italian Spaghetti — Chicken &• Dumplings DRIVE IN RUSTIC INN Is Now Offering CURB SERVICE Drive Out For A Snack Or Fuil Meal Yi doz. Fried Jumbo Fnr.tail Shrimp $1.00 \'i doz. Extra Select Fried Oysters $1.00 Chicken 'N the Basket $1.25 Special Daily Luncheons .. 85c Real Pit Bar-B-Q Pipr 35c Double Thick Malted Milk 30c Walnut & Division Ph. 2-2202 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET • Fresh Fruit & Produce • Fresh Dressed Poultry » The Finest in Beef, Veql, Lamb &Pork Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In w« Deliver Come In 1044 Chick

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