The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1955 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 28, 1955
Page 16
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PACK SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWI THURSDAY, APRIL 18,19W MHNLIW, HIANKLE88 HAM b tujr I* prepwc Md Sweet Potato PU//S Go We// with Baked Ham Br GATNOH MADDOX KKA Food and M»rketa EdMor We went to a family dtnncr lust nlg« MX! everything was so good yo* m»y want lo hear about It. Ttw menu: baked hnm garnished with peeled hard-cooked eggs, creamed horieradlsh, sweet potato puHs. green peas ki curry cream •awt, green salad, hot rolls, peach pecui short o«ke. Our hostess wed a meaty skln- IMC, abanklees ham. Very much MaiW to oarve, her husband said. To prepare toe skinless, shank- opxi baking pan and roast In a low (W degree* F.) oven until a roMt meat thermometer Inserted te «M SickeK nuncto registers 160 degrw f. tor a cook-before-entlng ham or 1»0 degrees r. for a lully- oooktd ham. Beinore from Uw oven, and pour o« thl drippings. Cut the fat nur- ffioe In diagonal lines to form diamond!. Cover with a mixture of 1 cup jwted aprlcot r and 1 table- apooM Brown Mi*r. Return to a hot (400 dogfew f.} oven for 15 minuter or until hum Is guidon color. Let stand J6 to 30 minutes before serving for eufiler carving, Sweet Potato I'uflu (B purrs) ShorUning lor trying, 2 cups mashed sweet pontcics (I Ib 2 ounce can), 1 egg, % teaspoon suit. % teaspoon pepper, 8 rmirshmal- lows, 2 cups corn flukes, crushed Mix sweet poatoes, egg and seasonings. Form around marnhmn!- lows Into balls about 2 Inches In diameter. Roll balls In corn flakes. Heat shortening to 3(10 degrees P. or until a bread cube browns In about 65 seconds. Fry puffs a few at a time 3to 4 minutes or until a golden brown. Drain. Serve hot. TOMORROW'S WINNER: Baked ham, horseradish In whipped cream served In lemon cups, sweet potato puffs, peas and white onions, hot rolls, butter or margarine, watercress and onion salad, rhubarb Intticc pie. Ltmciibox Special; Beehivfi Cookies ! 1 cup sifted Hour, £ MK, % oup butter or cup s«g«r, 1 tea- sped vanilla, 16 lnrge maraschino ctwrrtM, 16 blanched ton a ted whole aim on rts, '/ 4 to % cup shredded coconut (chopped in very short lengths before measuring). M««ho4; Sift together Hour and aWlt. CrftAtn butter, sugar nntl va- ntta. Add flour and mix with spoon wiMf blended. Make K stnnll slit In each cherry opposite slit In stem end; inaert WQ almond ki ench cherry. Mold 1 level tablespoon of dough around each charry to form a ball; roll In coconut. Place on ungrcascd cookie sheet a couple of Inches apart; do not proas down. Bake Ml slow (325 degrees) oven about M minutes or until coconut le lightly brovned and cookies ace baked through. Remove to cuke rack to cool. When cold store in tightly covered container. Tempt Toddler with These Treats By CRCILV BROWNSTONE . Associated Press Food Editor TOm>I>:KS Imve definite Ideas about, food. By the time youngaters two years old they don't mind registering this fact in no uncertain terms. Make sure you respect your youngest generation! There'* no reu&on why iidults should be the only ones entitled to llke« and dislikes; preschoolers have the right to discriminate, too. If your youngster doesn't Uke one vegetable, don't try to make him eat it. Serve him other vegtable3 that he does like. There are loU from whjch to choose. When you offer the junior foods that come in convenient containers, ail ready to eat, Rive them a grownup look. Toddlers are definitely out of the babyhood stage and they like Mom to appreciate their new stage of development. Runabouts usually like "meat pies" served In individual casseroles and they arc easy for Mother to prepare. Just line the bottom ot an individual baking dish ~ a big custard cup does fine—with mashed potato and add a layer of junior meat. A topping of mashed potato, a few dou ol butter or margarine, and into a moderate oven the dlflh goes until it Is hot and temptingly browned. Sometimes junior vegetables may be mixed with the meat. • Toddlers love to pour their own milk from a small pitcher. They a)KQ take kindly to milk shakes. Make the milk drink by beating egg, milk and strained fruit dessert together. The strained fruit dessert Is a mixture of aprlcota, pineapple Juice, orange juice and sugar. Tapioca thickening helps make it a pleasant consistency. Baby -food strained apricot-applesauce is another good flavor for a milk shake. Ever notice how much toddlers like colorful food? The golden color of the strained fruit dessert or the apricot-applesauce appeals to them. So doctt ml)k . colored pink. And odd as It may be to an adult, small fry often go for mashed potatoes that are colored green. One nursery school serves green mashed potatoes—not too violent in shade, please!—In little nests that are filled with creamed ham. Paint Closeout Many Types and Ceien i Price Hubbard Hardware EMERGENCY Warehouse and office will be closed Friday and Saturday. L.K. ASHCRAFT CO. CLOSE-OUT SALE Electric SERVEL Ice-Makers Entirely NEW 1954 Models These Units Hove Never Been Hooked Up! SAVINGS YOU NEVER IMAGINED! Model I139C.-I1.8 cu. ft Reg. Price ... Save 589 50 190°° New - - . 399 50 Model 1137C-11 c<i. ft. Reg. I'ricc SAVE . . 469 50 150"' Now - - - 319 SO Model 9,'i7C-9.2 cu. ft. 399 5fl Reg. Price . .. SAVK 110° Now - - - 50 Weis Butane Gas Co. S. Highway 61 Phone 3-3301 Go llow when you are introducing a toddler to a new food. One rule. And u*e a little gullet Introduce the new food on a menu that's made tip of old standbys that the youngster particularly likes. Youngerstera always appreciate food that's fun! They welcome custard pudding that has raisin eyes. a prune nose and a cherry mouth. They love animal cutoute made from slices of bread. The cutouts can be toasted and flouted In a bowl of sotip; or they can be buttered and spread with junior applesauce and brown sugar. Snacks are important to toddlers. Criip vegetables to eat out of hand End small glasses of tomato juice they can pour themselves are fine for mid-mornings. A few plain crackers spread with peanut butter or cottage cheese mixed with chopped raisins may also be offered. An afternoon tea party might include a mold of gelatin served with strained fruit dessert as a sauce mid milk to drink. , Make servings small for toddlers. A plate heaped with food is discouraging. It's better to let them ask for seconds. GOOD SALAD One goou cook we know makes salad an hour or so ahead of dinner time when she is having company. For, four hearty servings, she places layers of shredded lettuce and coarsely grated carrots in a sated bowl, and sprinkles the top with a teaspoon of sugar and crum- serve RONCO jpaghetti • macaroni Tomato And Lima Bean Soup New Here's a rjaritryflhelf soup combination that's new. . Inrgcdlcnti: 1 can (lO'/i ounces) bled crisp bacon. Then she dot* the top layer with a tablespoon of mayonnaise, covers the salad bowl tightly and refrigerates until serving time. Tossing Is unnecessary, even at serving time. ooiuMnwd toowto m». 1 «• < ouncM) condenwd cte«r • ohiekm soup, 1 c«n (1 pound) lirtt lima beam, U tewpwm dlntf mer wivory. Method: Turn condennd tomato coup and clear chicken toup Into a 2-quart uucepan. Drain liquid from beam Into a meaturt; add *n ough water to make 1V1 cup». Add bean liquid and water and the lima beans to tb< »uce pan. Heat slowly, ttbrtnf oeMrion ally. MakM « acrvlnn. Read Courier Newi ClauUled Adi Visiting Around Arkansas BY JOE MARSH PHIUIP5 CflUKIY. History on Nariif;d for Sylvanui Phillips who settled there in 1797, Phillips County's history is closely connected with its early economy. DeSoto ceportedly crossed the; .Mississippi River in 1541 near what was to become the county seat, Helena — named for Sylvanufi' daughter. Marcjuette and Joliet traded with the Indians on the site of Helena in 1R73. The French o«- Ublished a post nearby in 1766. River traffic began in 1811 and Helena is still an important Inland port. ie Mississippi Industry, centering around agriculture and tirpber, boomed in Phillips County after World War II — particularly in West Helena. TJic American brewing; industry, too, has a long history of prog-, ress. It has continually improved the quality of its fine beer and ale sold in clean, wholesome establishments under the indof- try's self-regulation program. Copyright, 1955, U*ittJ Si* t foundation. Inf., Arkarnas Ditilio* What every good cook knows: Just a little difference in ingredients makes a big difference in cooking results Snowdrift is prc-whipped just a little longer than ordinary shortenings. That can make the big ditloronce in easier, quicker i'ultin^-iri for flaky, tender pastry. Snowdrift is just a little lighter than any other shortening— and that can make the big difference in giving your family lighter and more digestible foods. Snowdrift's ingredients are just a little costlier than these of any other solid shortening (yet.vcm pay no more). That can make the big difference in better tasting foods. No other shortening at any price is so creamy, so digestible—and so light! Snowdrift 100% PURE • ALL-VEOITAtll JHOHTININO • MADE «T THE WESSON Oil PiOPlI SIMON'S SUPER MARKET 104 W. Main St. Phont 3-9660 Maxwell House INSTANT 149 COFFEE 6 01. Jar 1 Sura-Klean BLEACH • 2qts.25c Skinkit Cello. Pkg. WIENERS - 3 k Dixie Bell CRACKERS ib.box15c PET MILK orcarnaon 2r s 250 VANILLA WAFERS M T 9 lC 250 CHEESE HI HO Sunslne Pkg 230 SHORTENING Je " 3 £590 PARKAYOLEO Kratts u 290 SPINACH AlensFany No ri00 CUT BEANS Ales Noc ri00 ^f 100 RiehPaK BLACK PEPPERS 2 £ i N'Ungale *cans Little Geneva Guaranteed FLOUR 25k I 69 BENEFIT SALE For Blyrheville Band Parents Club Betty Crocker Cake Mixes 3 pkgs. $1.00 Yellow — White — Chocolate — Honey Spice — Alarble POTATOES 1 " 1 AGade 10 Lbs 690 APPLES ^T^T.. 81 " 6 f « r 250 LEMONS "pirm. Juicy Don. 250 U.S. Good Mature Beef Chuck Roast -ib.39 c U.S. Good Mature Beef Sirloin Steak ib. 59 C BEEF STEW 19' Fresh Cut 1 f\C Lean - - Ib. LAMB ROAST 39' Any •% f\C Size - - ib. SPARE RIBS Small, Lean, ^flC Tender • Ib. BEEF LIVER Fresh *% f\C Tender - Ib.. SAUSAGE Lfc*. Q£C £ H .L OJ HAMBURGER ROUNDSTEAK 69 C U.S. Good Mature Beef - - Ib. SLAB BACON Sugar Cured, S//ced Free - Ib. PORK STEAK 39° Center Cut - - Ib. FRANKS Big & Juicy.- Ib. PRICES GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY

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