The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 13, 1953 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 13, 1953
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLJ? (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TTTOKSDAY, AUGUST 18, SIMONS FOOD MARKET 104 W. Moin Nice/ Leon & Meaty Phone 9660 Beef Roast U9c | Ground Beef Pork Sausage - ••- -" — •% u>. £| 5 *>' 3>i Lamb Legs Genuine Yearling Lamb Chops Rib & Loin Chops Lb. Corned Beef 59* Fresh WEINERS Cello Pkg. Beef Liver 29<s Fresh & Tender Lb. Veal Roast 39* Delicious Tender Lb. Bologna I Ox Tails Spare Ribs 39<z Small Lean & Fresh Lb. Boiling Beef 19* for Soup or Dinner Salt Meat I Beef " 39<| u. TIDE or Cheer VIENNA Sausage Large Box Only 25c Can lOc RICH-PAK Corn GOLDEN SWEET No. 2 Can lOc American Beauty TOMATO JUICE Sunshine Crispy 2 46 oz cans 450 I CRACKERS „, ,,0*230 PEANUT BUTTER ql 490 Frost TOMATO SAUCE 8wora 50 FREE 2 Ibs. Sugar with Each 25 Ibs. Shibley Flour only 1.99 % 190 530 290 OLtO lb buitranleed. Fresh i«f*f Q dozen kUuu carton Upton TEA Blue-Boy SIRAWBEflRiES.. | ... 1 O l / ; o.can STEED'S Assorted Flavors Ice (ream * gai. 49c DEL MONTE Pineapple - 25c A-SIZE Potatoes 50 ibs. 1.79 Green Finn Heads .... CABBAGE .......................... ,,,40 Golden Delicious APPLES ....... ............. ,,,150 Thrif-T-Pak GREEN PEAS .......... to »#, 190 PRICES GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY Ham Loaf Can Reduce Entertaining Expense By GAVXOR MADDOX NBA Food anil Markets Editor Like to entertain but have budget worries? Tlien let's talk to Mr«. Howard L. Coffman, Jr., of Columbus, O. She has solved her problems. "Don't tliink you have .0 splurge the next time you're laving friends over." she advises. 'You can still Invite them to a home-cooked meal if you choose a mnln dish that looks festive, yet actually saves precious pennies." Sweet Potato Ham Loaf is such money-saving dish. Ham and sweets combine beautifully in a oaf that carries a unique economy tory with its tasty combination of rolled oats and deft seasonings. The oats are Important for they absorb much of the meat juice hat bubbles out HO easily. When iliced, the loaf has a core of sweet lotatoes in the center of each slice >f ham. Sweet Potato Ham Loaf (Makes 8 .servings) Ham Loaf: Three-quarters pound ground smoked ham, '/4 pound ground fresh pork, \ ! - 2 cup rolled oats (quick or old-fashioned, uncooked), 1 egg beaten, 54 cup milk, '/i teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon dry mustard. . Filling: One large cooked sweet potato. For (lie ham loaf, combine all Ingredients well. Pack about % of mixture onto bottom and sides of loaf pan, a one-pound size. Lay cooked sweet potato, cut in quarters, inside meat lining. Cover with remaining ham loaf mixture. Bake in a moderate over. 350 degrees F., for 1 hour. Let stand 6 minutes before slicing. Serve with hot sweet-sour ssuce if desired. Make sauce by mixing together in saucepan 1 cup brown sugar, '/4 cup vinegar, '/, cup water, y t teaspoon salt and Vt teaspoon dry mustard; cook about 5 minutes, stirring frequently. Crusty Meat-Filled Eolll (Makes 6 servings) Six oblong hard rolte. Meat Pilling: One pound ground beef, 2-3 cup quick rolled oats, uncooked, tfg, l'/2 teaspoons salt, J /2 teaspoon dry mustard, 2-3 cup tomato juice, 3 tablespoons finely chopped onion, 6 slices sharp processed cheese. Cut off the top crust of each hard roll. Hollow out the inside make a shell. Combine all ingredients for meat filling except cheese. Divide the filling in six portions: pat each portion into a liard roll sheii. Bake In moderate over, 350 degrees F.. 20 minutes. Top each mest-filled roll with slice of cheese and continue baking 2 or 3 minutes until cheese softens. Tall, Cool Ones for Hot Days— Hot? Everyone In the family hot, too? How about a tall frosted drink made with Persian limes, tart, sprightly, refreshing. Those shiny green Persian limes, widely grown now in Florida but shippe dall over the country, are about the size of lemons, seedless and full of juice. In Florida, where they have quite a problem keeping coolin summer, they have invented some heat-squelching drinks. Try them. Florida Lime Juleps (6 servings) One-half cup sugar, 1 cup water, 8 limes, finely crushed ice, carbonated or plain water, mint. Combine sugar and water In a saucepan; place over heat and stir .mtil sugar is dissolved; cool. Cut limes in half; juice. Add juice to sugar symp; divide mixture in (i glasses Fill to top with crushed ice. Pour in carbonated vater; stir. Garnish with mint rigs and lime wedges. Note •— To frost ecitfc of glass, lip ri min egg white, then in granulated sugar Put In refrigerator to chill and harden frosted edge. Taviii'us Cooler .;> (8 servings) One t:up boiling water, 4 teaspoons tea, !•> cup sugar, 4 cups ice water, l '> cup lime juice, 1 No. i 2 can orange Juice, and lime I slices. | Pour boiling water over tea; steep 5 minutes; strain. Add sugar and stir until dissolved. Add ice water and the fruit juices. Pour into glasses over crushed ice and garnish with thin lime slices. Spiced Limeade (8 servings) Six limes, one-third cup sugar, 1 cup water, 1 3-inch piece stick cinnamon, 1 teaspoon whole cloves, ice cubes, sparkling water, 1 lime, sliced. Cut 6 limes in half; juice. Combine in saucepan sugar, water, stick cinnamon and whole cloves. Place over ,ow heat; stir unttl sugar Is dissolved-; simmer 10 minutes. Remove from heat; add lime juice. Fill 8 tall glasses with ice cubes; divide spiced lime mixture between the glasses. Fill glasses with sparkling water. Garnish each glass with slice of lime. WARNING ORDER Ezell Cothron and Mary Lee Cothran ,his wife, are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty clays after the date hereof, to answer a complaint filed against them by Blythevllle Federal Savings & Loan Association. Dated this July 29th, 1953. Geraldine Liston, Clerk By Lavcrne Ball, Deputy Marcus Evrard, atty for ptf. 7;30-8|6-13-2C it FRESH DRESSED New Crop Freestone A f Af 24 Can $100 SWIFTS JEWEL 3 IB. CAN serve ttONCO spaghetti * macaroni . pure egg noodles — MIX YOUR OWN SOFT DRINKS! ABOUT 2# A GLASS. MAKE A GLASS OR A GALLON GRAPETTE®BEVERAGE SYRUPS For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceriei We Deliver Call in 2043 Come In 1044 Chick. TRENriE PAINTS ARE BEST Research and development which has produced Nationally Distributed Theatre Screen Coating works constantly for you in the entire TRENKLE paint line. 100 House Paint Surpassed by None ^¥ Per Gal. Clip this Adv. for 5% discount on any Trenkle product. FREE DELIVERY IN BLYTHEVlU.ti. Day Phone, Dell 2881. Night Phone Blytheville 2284 MARTIN TRENKLE PAINT CO. Main St. Dell, Ark. HEINZ LGE. BOTTLE DELGRADE LB. LEMONS ML 25' FRESH CORN TENDER EAR ICE CREAM 59 FREEMAN'S MARKET 2016 West Main Across from Mox Theater

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