The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 4, 1947
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FOUTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1947 Low Cost Menus Much in Demand New York Woman Offers Assistance . In Meal Planning By Gaynor Maddnx .- NEA Staff Wrllcr Many rerfdcrs have asked for extra low cost menus, so here are a few planned by Mrs. Frances . Foley Gannon of 'the New York Department of Markets. • Breakfast: Sis wed dried fmlt, farina with milk, bread and margarine, coffee for adults, milk for ; childrenLunch: Buckwheat- pancakes ' with applesauce, carrot and onion slaw, whipped gelatin, milk for the entire family. • Dinner: Vepelable soup, cod Creole, steamed brown rice, bralsod celery. bread mid margarine, pumpkin pie with peanut, butler cornflake crust, coffee nr tea for adults, milk [or children. Bieakfast: Tomato juice, scrambled eggs on (oast, coffee for adults milk for children. ' Lunch: Cream of asparagus soup (canned), pot cheese and chopped vegetable, salad, bran muffins, fresh 'fruit, milk for the entire faintly. Dinner: Frankfurters, scalloped • potatoes, panned collard greens, fresh pear and grape salad, Indian pudding (made with skim milk), coffee or tea for adults, milk for children. : Breakfast: Orange slices, oal- • meal with milk, bread and margarine, coffee for adults, milk for children. Lunch: Tomnlo soup, kidney bean, celery and onion salad, pea• nut cornmeal muffins, fresh fruit, '.' milk for the entile familyDinner: Veal shepard's pic with mashed v potato crust, rutabagas julienne, lettuce wedges with vegetable dressing, bread and, margarine, steamed glazed apples, cof- " fee or tea for adults, milk for children. Breakfast: Grapefruit juice fcanned), wholewheat crackers with hot milk, bread and margarine, cof- ' fee for adults, milk for children. Lunch: Macaroni-vegetable cas: serole, green salad, bread and margarine, chocolate rennet custard, milk for the entire family. Dinner: Apple juice, stuffed beef heart with fruit or low-cost fish of the day. Brussels sprouts, • mashed sweet potatoes, bread and ! margarine, hot gingerbread, coffee : or tea for adults, milk for- children. Breakfast: Orange slices, shredded wheat with hot milk, bread : and margarine, coffee for adults, : milk for children. Lunch: Potato cheese omelet, • 'fscarole salad, bread and margarine, fresh fruit, milk for the ' entire family. 'Dinner: Broiled flounder with lemon, hushed brown potatoes, creamed broccoli, grapefruit salad, bread and margarine, banana,-ccon- , tmy cake with lemivi sauce, cof- J fee' or tea for adults, milk for . children. Coffee Cake Will Give Variety Irish Theater Damaged By Small Bomb Blast DUBLIN, Eric, Dec. 4. (UP)—A .•.mail bomb exploded today ,U a ihrnliT allowing nioliuii pictures o( A holly wreath colTcc cake Tor Clirlslmis breakfast, lly (jiiynor Miulrlox (he bananas, JJake 45 lo 50 mln- NKA Slafr Wrllrr I utis. As a Bifl for a neighbor or as a Crumble Colfee Cake: Sprinkle (real (or your family, umltc a holly (lie following topping over the bat- \vrcalh (juiek coffee cake for tcr. together 2 tablespoons Chrlstnifis breakfast. Go easy on | maisanm- or butler and 2 tablespoons su^ar. Add 1-4 cup <lry bread crumbs, 1-4 cup enriched flour and 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon. Mix to con- .slrslcncy of course crumbs. the wedding of Britain's Princess Elizabeth. The front 01 the theater, the Carlton. was damaged. H was believed that, the explosive was a .small land mini! slipped through the letler slot in the front doorstep by anti-British agitators who objected to showing of the wedding pictures. The bomb exploded early today when the theater was closed. No one was Injured, to bread and flour on olhcr days make up for this justifiable use of Hour on ' the- wonderful (Lay. Decorate the coffee cake with cherrie.s for hclly berries and angelica or green mints for leaves. Quick Coffrc. l-'aki- (Mask. Hrci|ir) One and one-half cups sifted enriched flour, 1-2 cup sugar. 2 teaspoons baking i>owdcr, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 egg, 1-2 cup milk, 3 tablespoons melted shortening. Sift together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Heat egg. Add milk and shortening. Stir into flour mixture, mixing only enough to moisten flour. Bake in a ring mold 25 to 30 minutes. Frost with a thin icing. Decorate with maraschino or candied cherries for holly berries, angelica or mint leaves for holly leaves. CnmlnTry UpsiUi!- Dliw II (.':iki*: Into a ring mold, pour a mixture of 3 tablespoons inched butter or inru- | garinc ami 1-2 cup suiiar and 1 1-2 ; cups whole fresh cranberries. Pour i the basic batter over the cranber- ! rie.s. Orange Coffee Cake: Sprinkle the basic batter with orange topping made by mixing 2 tablespoons grated orange rind with l-l cup sugar. Banana Glace Coffee Cake: Ai> range the slices of four large bananas over the basic batter, overlapping the slices to form diagonal strips. Brush the bananas with 2 tablespoons melted margarine or butter. Mix 2 tablespoons sugar, 1-4 teaspoon .salt, 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind. Sprinkle the mixture evenly over NMU F//es Suit To Void Rule On Affidavits •WASHINGTON,- 1 Dec. 4 (U.P) — 'The National Marathne Union (CIO) yesterday asked Federal District , Court to declare illegal provisions of the Tnft-Hartlcy Law requiring union officials to file affidavits that they are not Communists before ; they can use the services of the National labor relations buiird. Joseph Curraiv president of the union,-filed a suit aaginst the National Labor Relations Board to void, the Communist privlsions, but at the same time submitted an af- •fldalt that he was not a Commu- flst. The Maritime Union sought lo set astde R board ruling lhat workers • on Great Lakes steamships could not vote 7 to be represented by the National Maritime Union on grounds the union has not submitted the Communists affidavits to NLRB. NMU sought a judgement to declare the Communist provision of I the Taft-Hartley Law unconstitutional, and an order reversing the - board's niline. Currnii also challenged provisions of the labor act re: quiring a statement he Tiled on the union's finances. battle of Kennc.snw Mountain, one of the decisive Tights In Gen. William T. 'Sherman's march lo the -sea during the Civil War. The In- I tcrior Derailment said it cotittiiAs "well preserved" trenches typical of those used in the entire campaign. Wholesale Food j Prices Soar to Ail-Time High NKW YOHK, DecM. (UP) — Tile Index of wliole.snle foo<l prlcc.i in Uie ;\ - cek ended IDcc. 2 soard to a ^new nit-time high, Dun <t Bradstreet, Inc, announced yesterday. The lncie>; reflected, an. increase in 13 of 3t foods in general use and rose to $7.17 from S7.08 In the preceding week. This compared with $(i.3D in the corre-spomlint; 104G period, Tlie previous nll-time high was established in the week ended Kept. 1(5 at S7.12. The all-time low wns $L4n on Jan. 31, 193:). Young Mother Sentenced In Death of Her Baby PITTSBURGH. Uec. 4. (UP) — Dorothy Gingery Smith. 19-year- old mother who "never had a chance,"" was sentenced to an indeterminate term to Pennsylvania Industrial Home for Women yesterday for the slaying of her throc-months-old daughter. | Assistant- District Attorney Ja| cob Kalson Joined Co-Counsel i Samuel Wagner in pleading for j leniency for the tiny, bewildered girl who stuffed facial tissue in the baby's mouth because her husband told her "to get rid of the child." , The degree of guilt, was fixed at voluntary mahslaughter. The girl's husband, Corp. Daniel Smith, has Civil War Battle Site Made a National Park WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. (Up) Secretary of Interior J. A. Krug announced yesterday that the Ken- nc.raw Mountain Battlefield near Marietta. Ga., has been ma'de a national Battlefield Park. The nr-w park includes 3,034 acres of'land and the Kcnnesaw Mountain National Battlefield site, a 60- acre tract of Cheatham Hill given to the federal government in 1917. The government has been buying the rr..-,t of the land for tlic past 12 year?. 'Hie park was the scene of the Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S .GROCERY Made fresh daily in our kitchen* from coast 1 Hart's, Wonder or • 2 "oaves 27c m m m m m m % m JT - - Ige.bcx22c JUICE - - - meol, such at . . . Mayroie Sliced Dried Beef, Mayroic BrountcHw«iger ond Mayroift Ready-Serve Hem, Aik for ttiem by name . , 1 MAYROSE. •vmarmmm^, jt^ & IVORY SNOW OR XY D OI IVORY FLAKES ,«. box 38 WIN A HOME OR A BIG CASH PRIZE 5 WEEKLY CONTESTS New Post-war Lge. Size 38* LARGE DUZ SIZE GET ENTRY BLANKS HERE! FOR CUTI'ING DIRT AND GRIT ' LAVA SOAP Ilitr 33 10 TEXAS VALENCIA^ ORANGES JRISI'Y HEADS 21« sizo. Doz. 13 C « „„ 10 Oiich each Ib. 10 Ib. bag 8 Ibs. Ib. LETTUCE ;ARDEN FRESH RADISHES lUiMBO STALKS CELERY YOUNG. TENDER EARS CORN YOUNG, FINE FLAVORED FURNIPS .MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT JIESH BAG ORANGES ROME BEAUTY APPLES GARDEN RIPE BANANAS RED EMPRESS GRAPES u, 10 RED TRIUMPH POTATOES ,o,,,49 5 C B B 45 C 39 C 12 c 15^ 1 II). box CHOCOLATIv COVERED CHERRIES PURE CANE OUUAK 5 HIS. 4,Sc 10 His. RICH I50LLI)-!!U1LI)ING IRON RAISINS no,,,,: W ALL POPULAR URANUS CIGARETTES cln . 1 JACKSON'S M 07,. JtOTTLE DATSUP 19 ULACK DIAMOND ENCLISH WALNUTS „, 37 FOR CHRISTA1AS MIXED NUTS H, 37 ASSORTED FLAVORS 11*1 11FQ OA C JI»l«l«lli«O 12 OY.. lumlilcrs fcV OHiBS 4(i OX. CAN TOMATO JUSCE 25' TENDERSWEET -NO. '2 CAN CREAM STYLE CORN 19 SAILOR MAN NO. 2 CAN HOMINY 9 NO. 2Vi SIZE JAR SAUERKRAUT 10 Maxwell House, Folgcr's, Old Judge COrP tt Chiisc & Sanborn, Ib. ADAMS 46 M. CAN ORANGE JUICE 25 GOLD METAL KITCHEN TESTED FLOUR r, ibs r,,_ 10 ibs. A NO. 2 CAN TANGERINE JUICE 25 ROYAI. DISH TUN A FISH 1/2 . 7CC an38 EARl/Y JUNE NO. 2 CAN ENGLISH PEAS 10 DEI, MONTE NO. 2'/ 2 CAN SPICED PEACHES 39 ARM '& HAMMER BAKING SOD A 25 THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE PRINCE ALBERT 10 NO. 2i/ 2 CAN BARRETT PEARS 35 by BIRDSEYE STRAWBERRIES BOYSENBERRIES BtUEBERRIES CLOVERLEAF ROLLS APPLE PIES SHRIMP S "" J (ilt 37< or Peach 2\t 62c Ocean Fresh ARMOUR'S Fresh Dressed "OIL SAUSAGE , b 59< BONELESS ROLL H CUC RIBROAST ,,,63 L W J YOUNG, TENDER WEALCHOPS , b 49 c 55c Ib. BLUE IJONET OLEO 39 C Ibertv Cash Grocery Low Prices Everyday

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