The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1955 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 14, 1955
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THURSDAY, APRIL 14, BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER PAGE THTRTSBH Chicken. Cacciatore Is Time-Tested Favorite By GAYNOK MAODOX .. NEA Food and Markets Editor Those plump 4 to 6 - pound stewing chickens on the market haVe rich flavor and lots of meat. Thought you migb' like two recipes from our household file, recipes full of Sunday flavor. So here they are: Chicken Cacciatore (Yield: 6 to 8 servings) One 4 to 6-pound stewing; chicken, en, '/2 cup flour, l ! /2 tablespoons salt, 2 tablespoons fat, 3 ! /2 cups cooked tomatoes, '/ 2 ™p .chopped green pepper, ! / 2 cup chopped onion, l /2 cup chopped celery, 1 clove garlic, cut fine; 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce. Cut chicken into serving portions. Rinse in cold water and dry. Combine flour and salt in a paper bag. Shake pieces of chicken in bag with flour. Heat fat in a large fat.. Add tomatoes, green pepper, skillet. Brown flourec 1 chicken in onion, celery, garlic, sugar and Worcestershire sauce. Cover and simmer about 3 hours or until chicken is r ork - tender. Stir occasionally. Chicken Curry (Yield: 6 - 8 Servings) One 4 to 6-pound stewing chicken, y t pound (%• cup) butter or margarine, 2 cups finely diced onions, 1 clove garlic, 2 tablespoons flotir, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons curry powder, 1 cup top milk, 1 cup chicken broth. Cut chicken into .serving portions. Place in kettle and cover with water. Season with 2 teaspoons salt. Cover. Simmer until tender (about 2'/ 2 hours). Remove from broth. Melt butter or margarine in heavy skillet. Add on- ioris and garlic. Cook until lightly browned. Remove garlic. Add flour, salt and curry powder. Stir to blend. Add milk. When .mixture thickens, add chicken broth. Add chicken and cook over low heat about 30 minutes. Serve with cooked rice or noodles. Dutch Pineapple Cake Good Here's a quick and utterly delicious recipe for upsidedown pineapple cake. Ingredients: 1 can (1 pound and 4 ounces) pineapple tidbifs, \\ cup butter or margarine, % cup firmly packed dark brown sugar, l / 2 box U pound and 3 ounces) pre- creamed yellow cake mix. Method: Drain pineapple thoroughly; save syrup for some other use. Melt butter In. round layer cake pan (9 by iy 2 inches); add brown sugar, mix tfith butter and pat down evenly. Arrange drained pineapple tidbits close together circular fashion over brown sugar in pan. Make up half the cake mix (1 envelope- package) according to directions on box; pour carefully over pineapple. Bake in moderate {350 degrees) oven 30 minutes or until top of cake is golden . brown and . center springs back when lightly touched. Invert cake on serving plate. Serve . warm. Makes 8 servings. Delicious Way to Fix Squash Here's a delicious way to prepare squash. Ingredlenti: One 12-ounce package frozen winter squash, U cup enriched margarine, 1 tablespoon brown sugar, I 1 /-: tablespoons minced onion, % teaspoon salt, spoon nutmeg, 2 eggs (separated), parsley Method: Defrost squash by placing in a heavy saucepan over low heat ;swish block around with fork until thawed. Add margarine; stir until melted. Remove, from heat- Add brown sugar, onion, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg and egg yolks; beat with spoon until well combined. Beat egg whites until stiff and fold into squash mixture. Turn into 6 well-greased custard cups and place in pan of hot water; have water come up to leve lof squash. Bake in a moderate (350 degrees* oven until tops look set and are lightly browned—45 minutes to 1 hour .Uninold; if a litle of the squash sticks up with a small spatula and pat onto squash puff. Tuck a parsley sprig in the top of each puff. Serve at once. Makes 6 servings. Here's One Of Best Prune Recipes . Here's one of the best of prune whip recipes! Ingredients: 2 egg whites, dash of salt, 1'3 cup sugar, 1 jar (3 ounces) junior-food prunes, \* cup heavy cream. Method: Beat egg whites and salt until peaks that curl over slightly are formed; gradually and thorou- gnly beat in sugar. Without washing beat-er, beat cream until stiff. Fold prunes into beaten egg whites; fold in cream. Turn into sherbet glasses. Chill until serving time. Makes G servings. Note: Serve with soft custard sauce made by beating 2 egg yolks remaining from prune whip with Pete Stuff Eggs for Hors d' Oeuvre Here's an hors d'oeuvre that is delicious and different. . .Ingredients: For each serving— 1 egg, l chicken liver, 1 1-2 teaspoons butter or margarine, 1 1-2 teaspoons mayonnaise, onion salt, salt, pepper, extra mayonnaise, paprika, watercress or other salad greens. Method: Hard-cook eggs, shell, and cut each in half lengthwise. Wash chicken livers and drain; cut each in half removing center membranes Melt butter in skillet; add chicken livers and cook just until they lose pink color inside. Scoop out yolks from eggs and mash In skillet with liver and drippings. salt and if you use a generous dash of onion salt. Pile liver mixture into egg white cavities, spreading over entire top surface of whites.. Put a tiny blob of the extra mayonnaise in center of each egg half, sprinkle with paprika. Cover and refrigerate until serv- ng time. Serve garnished with watercress or other salad greens. Patent leathers are best cleaned with a dampened cloth and neutral soap. 1 cup milk enough to combine; acid 1 tablespoon sugar and a dash of salt and cook and stir constantly over hot (not boiling) water until sauce coats a silver spoon. Cool, stirring often and adding !i teaspoon vanilla. LOSS FROM DOLLAR DEPRECIATION INCOME AFTER TAX AND DOLLAR DEPRECIATION 1939 1954 1939 1954 1939 1954 1939 1954 1939 1954 YOU EARN MORE, BUT IT GETS YOU NOWHERE—Any married couple with two children whose gross income was $3000 in 1939, would have had to earn $0063 in 1954 to maintain an equal purchasing power. However, the high-salaried people were hardest hit, with $50,000 income group of 1939 needing 5173,892" in 1954. Above Newschart shows how much five different income groups would have had to earn in 1954 to maintain their 1939 purchasing power. Taxes and Inflation are largely the cause. Data compiled by the National Industrial Conference Board. Eecr^s Fit for Iranian Queen By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Tress Food Editor GO RECIFE HUNTING in Florida and you come up with a dish originated by an American homemaker and enjoyed by the Queen of Iran. Stopping for a barbecue supper at the Clearwater Lake cottage of John A. Snively Jr., and his wife May, we snooped into royal eating habits. The day of our visit, great sides of beef and pork—stashed with a pungent barbecue sauce of John Snively's devising — gave off irresistible flavors as they roasted to a iurn in a shallow outdoor barbecue ;)it. We could hardly wait until the neat was carved and offered to us. Brunswick Stew came on, hearty and fiery. But the dish we tell madly in love with was a simple casserole of green beans with an intriguing topping. As May Snively watched us take second and third helpings of her cSsserole, she told us that she and ler husband had entertained Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi and Queen Soraya of Iran at a similar Barbecue supper during their recent American visit. The Queen also lad eaten the green bean dish with gusto. The Snivelys went all out for the iranian rulers. May and her mother-in-law spent the tiny supervis- ng the cooking, 'setting tables for the dozens of guests expected for .he party and arranging flower centerpieces and place cards. Shortly before supper, the chief of )rotocol for the royal visitors ar- •ived and surveyed the two large lotlage living rooms set with tables. He decreed that one of the rooms would have to be cleared of 11 tables except one, and that the Shah and the Queen would dine here alone. The thoroughly American and unpretentious hosts weren't pre- )ared for this but they were good sports. When the Shah and Queen irrivcd they were ushered into the 'oom with the solitary table and MADE OF FINEST INGREDIENTS PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Genuine HICKORY SMOKED COUNTRY HAMS Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Cc!! In w« Deliver Come In 1044 Chick WILSON PACKING COMPANY'S Famous Clydesdale Horses will be at RICHARDSON'S Friday, April 15 or 4 P.M. MEAT SPECIAL! Rtady-to-Eat PICNICS RICHARDSON'S CASH GROCERY Main at Fifth "Where Low Prlcti Are Born" put Into the hands of Spencer, the gental helper who has been with the Snively family for years. "But," May SniveLy fold us with eyes twinkling, "Spencer is not a polished butler!" Each time Spencer offered Queen Soraya a dish, she looked him in the eye, asked him what was in it and considere carefully before she helped herself. Pork, beef and chicken were easy for Spencer. But when it came to the special vegetable casserole that was being served with the meat, he lost his patience: "Listen lady." he said. "It's just beans and stuff." The Queen dug in. Buck in our New York kitchen, we tried duplicatnig 1 "Beans and Stuff." Our tasters were entranced, begged for the recipe. Here it is: BEANS AND STUFF Ingredients: l pound snap beans, ',i teaspoon salt, : !i cup boiling water, 1 can (10'.-; ounces) condensed cream of mushroom soup, U teaspoon celery salt, Vi Lea- spoon soy sauce, pepper, 1 cup 'one-half of a 3V--ounce can) French-fried onions, paprika Of desired). MtiUmri: Cut tips from beans; scrub in cold water; drain. Cut each bean in half both crosswise and lenthwisc. Add beans iiiul salt to boiling water in a 2-quart .saucepan; bring water Lo a boil again. Cover and cook rapidly until tender but still crisp—about 8 minutus; lift cover several times so beans will retain their green color. Drain, reserving 1:3 cup cooking liquid; if there is not enough cooking liquid add water to make required amount. Turn condensed undiluted cream of mushroom .soup into a H£ quart casserole. Stir 1]3 cup reserved liquid, (celery salt, soy sauce, and pepper to taste into NOTICE AND WARNING ORDER Notice is hereby given that in the cause styled Clyde Dew vs. Wilham Brazezll. el al, No. 12.958, Clyde Dew has filed in the Office pf the Clerk of the Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, a petition to confirm' and quid In him. the said Clyde Dew, the title to the following: lands, to-wlt: in the Chfcknsnwbn District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, the following lands, to-wit: Lots 1 and 2, Block 3, Matthews Second Addition to Lenchvillc, Arkansas; and Lots 3 and 4, Block B, Staueienmayer Addition to Lcachville, Arkansas; and East Half (£»£) of the North Half (N'/zJ and all Southeast Quarter (SE'/ 4 > except. Railroad right of way and West 18.10 acres North of Railroad, and South 50 acres South of Railroad, containing 271.14 acres in Section 7. Township 15 North, Range 8 East; and Southwest Quarter (SW'/P of the Northwest Quarter (NW'/O containing 40 acres in Section 8. Township 15 North, Range 8 East. ' In Phillips County, Arkansas, Give that chocolate cake, made from a mix, new flavor. Add a tablespoon of grated orange rind to the batter before baking. Or fold a half cup nf shredded coconut Into the butter before you turn it into the baking pan. Chop the coconut into short lengths before you measure the half cupful. soup. Fold in drained beans. (Wipe down inner sides of casserole.) Arrange French-fried onions over top. Bake In a modenite (350 degrees} oven until very hit and onion rings are crisp and brown—20 to 30 minutes. Sprinkle with paprika if desired. Makes 6 semiig Jhe following lend, to-wlt: | Northeast Quarter <NE%) Section 29, Township 6 South, Range 1 East. The defendants, William Brazzell, Mrs. Delia Brazzell Gaines, Connie Brazzell, John Brazzell, Bob Brazzell, Hulle Carrlngton, Audte Garrlngton, Clara Wallace, Ronald Cokely, Qelendola Cokely. and unknown heirs either of H. C. Dew or of Beulah Church well Dew and Mr. and Mrs. Mount Perez and al! other persons claiming snid lands or any interest therein, are hereby notified and warned to appear in said court on the first day of its. regular May 1955 term and to show cause why the title to snid lands should not be quieted and confirmed in said Clyde Dew j On failure of defendants to appear in said court and to answer plaintiff's complaint, said complaint will bo taken as confessed. Tills notice and warning order Is to ,be published tor six consecutive weeks. Witness my hand ai Clerk of said court and the seal thereof, this 6th duy of April, 1955. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Cltrk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C.. Roy & Roy, Attorneys for Plaintiff. James Gardner, Atty, Ad. LHem. 4/7-14-31-28-5/5-11 CAMERA CENTER • Flash Bulbi • Color Film • Polaroid Film • Movie Film • We have Cameras and Projectors for rant. BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 Put Burglars in Flight Ask any burglar (who knows anything at nil u his business), and he'll probably tell you — "Prowlers do their best work in dark shadowy places." Then check our prices on low-cost "burglar insurance" — a '10 or 50 watt electric light installed in some convenient place at the rear of your home. The cost? Only a penny a night I* Pretty cheap protection, don't you think, when you consider its value lo the safety and well-being of your property . . . and your loved ones! Ark-Mo Power Co. Bused on average household rates. EBERDTS GATEWAY GROCERY 2101 Rose St. Phone 3-3161 WILSON PACKING CO.'s 6 HITCH TEAM Sec* them unload, harness and hook u)> ill Eberdt's Gateway Stor« nt 1:30 P. M. tomorrow. WILSON'S Thrift Sliced BACON WILSON'S Smoked PICNIC HAMS CHEER DETERGENT-giant size 63 C King Cotton Wieners — 39° Lean Pork Roast ib. 39 C Golden Rich OLEO L 35 C Peppers ea.5 Bell cans cans .Jack Sprat GARDEN PEAS Jack Sprat Whole TOMATOES Jack Sprat Turnip or I F|JA|JO MUSTARD GREENS „„ 100 imm r Uliarniin' IODIZED SALT , 150 TOILET TISSUE r i 350 • Lower _, ,_ •» i • »• * ^«lf Prices • .Plenty of Free Parking Space 290 CRACKERS ,250 Ilellc Meade 290 VANILLA WAFERS * 190 do/,. My

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