The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 11, 1947
Page 16
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'SIXTEEN Serve Chickens And Save Gram : M«nu Experts Find , Woyc to Eat Well And Bolster Economy »» Gljnor Maddux ,. . ' NBA SUM Wrilfr' -, A Jot of grain. can be. saved by u«in» up non-lmj-liig or low-laying bird* it once. So can a lol o( food budget money Fricassee ot Clilikrn . ... . (Serves 4-6) ;On« cooked (owl, ciil ii|>. fat [or frying—«boia >i cup, flour lor to»tln»—about \', cup, Hi lea- ipoon.i j»H, rib of celery, 4 peppercorns, 1 small carrot. 1 onion. . for gravy: 3 tablespoons chicken fit, 4 tablespoons flour. 2 cu)M •toeIt. '.S cup crenm, seasoning. Place, fowl, cut up or whole, In kettle. Barely cover with water. Add 1'i teaspoons salt, and celery, peppercorns, carrot and onion. Cover and simmer for about 2 hours.'until fork-tender Flour cooked chicken lightly and brown delicately In fat. Remove and keep hot Leave 3 tablespoons of !»t In skillet. Add flour and sltr over low heat, until blended. Add stack and cream all at once. Sllr «nd soolt until thickened. Season well to tasle with salt nnd pepper. A (iss!> at ginger enhances (lie flavor. Return chicken. Serve with biscuit, dumplings, maslicrt potatoes, noodles Or rice. ChlckenburRcrs (Yield: .approximately 5 l» fi from «'ch pound'of chicken) Meat, giblets, and skin of chicken, H teaspoon salt. '1 teaspoon pepper, 3 tablespoons onion, finely chopped. 2 tablespoons par.slcv, finely chopped. 1 tablespoon chili uuce, 1 tea-spoon prepared mustard. % teaspoon Worcestershire. •auce Have chicken meat, giblets ami »tln put through grinder twice. FVsr each pound of meat, arid the quantity ot seasonings listed above. OM approximately 3 ounce.'; of mixture of -each" burger. Flatten Into cake shape. Grill, or fry In akillet using small quantity of fat. Serve between split hanmbuigcr ' rolls or slices of bread If preferred, onion may be omitted from mixture and sliced Bermuda onion «rv«d in the burger sandwich. One-half cup bread crumbs may b« added wilh the seasnnhiRs to f«ch pound of ground chicken. If desired. BLVTHEVILLR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Tasty Dishes Keep Costs Down To combine economy and flavor, serve potatoes and with tomato sauce. By Ouynor M:iildiix Tnmato Saure NEA SC.ff Wrllrr I l.Scrvra 0-8) Jo ttffv "l> nmrlUon and nil j r-Ymr lablfs|xx)ns bnllcr or tmlt- JirrL mar^Hi'lno, ft lable.s[>oons flour. 2'•_• nips tomato Juice, 1 teaspoon salt, '., trmpunn Worcosteislilrc sauce, '•', cup chopped green pepper. ', cup chopped onion, 6 cups cooked diced potatoes, 8 sausagec, 2 parsley sprigs. Blend melted butter or mni^arinc nnd flour In saucepan. Add tomato Juice nnd cook until mixture Is thick and no starchy taste remains, nl»ut 15 minutes, stir In salt, Worcestershire sauce, green pepper and onion, Continue slnuncr- Jiiir lonialo sauce for three rnln- utes. Place potatoes In heat-rc- slstnnt Rluss eight-Inch square cake cUsli Pour tomato snuce over liotatoes. Arrange sausages on top of potatoes. Bake In moderate oven U5fl degrees p.) for 35 minutes. Tor serving, garnish with parsley, limit-el Chlrkfii I'lf (Strves 5) One anil one-half cups cooked chicken. 1'i cups cooked potatoes, >-i cup cd onion. 1 '; cups medium white sauce, salt, pepper. Plain jmtry using Hi cups flour. Combine chicken, potatoes, carrots, onion and sauce. Season well to taste. Pour Into a shallow casserole. Meanwhile roll out pastry to (It dish, making It slightly lar- >;er. Make cutouts as desired. Cover dish \ylth pastry, pressing tt I firmly to the edges. Bake hi a hot jovcn (425 degrees F.I until the pas\ try Is well browned and vegetable mixture Is bubbly, about 25 mln- diced diced diced Kiwanians Hear G/ee duty The Blylhcvillc High School Glee Club under Ihe direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry presented a program of Christmas miuslc at the weekly meeting of the Klwnnis Club yes,. ..... „.„„ lerdny noon In the Hotel Noble. cooked carrots, 2 tablespoons mine- I Guests were Lester Gill of Dell, Convict Who Escaped In P/one Is Arraigned MEMPHIS, Term.. Dec. 11 <UP)_ feder,? Ue , Mc 'nlosh. 26-year-old he n VTil 1 w "° "^P 8 " fr <>»' field M' M f ri ' Cal C ' r<ter at S » rl "K- HM. Mo., in a stolen plane, was arralnged yesterday before a u S comm ssloner who ordered him returned to Springfield for trial Mclntosli was positively Identified by an FBI agent as one of fly- men who fled the Missouri instill lion last week, j Mclnlosh flew the stolen airpjanj to Jackson, Tenn., without previous flight training. He was forced down In a cotlen patch when his tractor fuel ran out. THURSDAY, DKCKMBKR 11,1«M7 CecJl Wetsel of virgin!* and John While and John Mayes, both of Blytheville. tood costs in your fiimlly, srrvc main dlslios like Ibcse: I'oln(«ic.\ ;t(nl Sans^KCs Fir* in Apartments Quickly Extinguished ; NEW. YORK. Dec. 11. (UP) — A threealarm fire In a five-story brick apartment, building at -229- 3S5 West 16th Street, Maulrf.tan, was brought quickly under control yesterday. 1 Tlremen said no one was Injured in ; the blar.e, cause o[ which h»s not been determined. H* I find been feared the fire might spread to other old apartment buildings In th* street, • - Head Courier News Want Ads. Green's Dairy r Distributors Phone 2361 We'rejiere...and just as colorful as Santa's cap! DELICIOUS is our name. DELICIOUS is our taste We're real firm...and juicy! We've got marvelous flavor! We're grand in Christmas stockings, 'cause we're grand for children ... and YOU, too! Buy us by fhe Jbig bagful WASHINGTON—APPLES ...we're Reasonably Priced, tool Mad* fresh daily in our kitchen* from coat I to coail. Needlefast—3 ft. 50c; 4 ft. 65c XMAS TREES 6 H. 95c 8 H Fancy Christmas Box ASSJJX CHOCOLATES -- 95c Gold Medal—5 Ibs. 53c FIOUR 10»» S 1.05 Pure Cane—5 Ibs. 48e " '^ B * ** ** SUGAR 10«»95c 1 tl). jar ADMIRATION COFFEE 3 TALI, OR « SMAI,I, PET MILK NO. 2 y, CAN PEACHES 25 HUNT'S NO. 2 >/i CAN I'KELED APRICOTS 25 ADAM'S 15 OX CAN ORANGE JUICE 25 BAKER'S GRATEI) % I,b. I'kg. COCONUT 19 HORDEN'S EA«I,E KRANI) CONDENSED MILK 25 BROOK'S II OX BOTTLE CATSUP 19 HI-POWER NO. -W1 CAN TAMALES 19 SWANSnOWN LARGE !?OX CAKE FLOUR 39 TEXSUN -Ifi 07. CAN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 17 DROWN OR CONFECTIONERS SUGAR HERSHEY'S «/, l.H. 1 7c COCOA » 1c 2 „ ,, K ,*„ 22^ GIBB'S 'l(i O7. CAN TOMATO JUICE DROMEDARY 7 OZ CAN PIMENTOES 19 SWAN MATCHES r , b « t ,25 CANOVA 8 OZ JAR SALAD DRESSING 20 WALNUTS, BRAZIL OR MIXED NUTS ,,,37 t LB. BAG PECANS « ach 45 SAILOR MAN ALL GREEN LIMA BEANS No 2 , „ 24 PEVELY LARGE SIZE EVAPORATED MILK n t , 33 WONDER. HART'S OR TAYSTEE BREAD 2 l<mve , 27 KIFT WRAPPED FOR XMAS PRINCE ALBERT C(B T GIFT WRAPPED CAMELS CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES ASSORTED FLAVORS JELLIES Ctn. 111). ])0.\ 12 n?.. tumblers 75' 20 BIRDSEYE Frozen Foods Fresh Florida Birdseye STRAWBERRIES -- Clovcrleaf ROLLS 2 Dozen Size Fresh Frozen LIMA BEANS 45c Chicken A LA KING 75* Lean, Fine Flavored CHUCK ROAST - Ib. Boneless Rolled RIB ROAST - - - Ib. 59? Country Style . PORK SAUSAGE -Ib.SOtf Fresh FRUITS -ASSORTED NUTS 1 Assorted Chocolates ' Hard Candies ' Mints Beginning at 29c Ib. Pork Brains Good Grade Skinless Franks • lb.45l FRUITS & VEGETABLES R 5 ORANGES . . . , ...... 8 Ib. bag 39c 10 round M<*h H GRAPEFRUIT .............. 45c Rfri DdirloiM APPLES ............... 2 Ibs. 25c Golilcn Klpe BANANAS ........ ____ . .Ib. 15c Ijrgr Crispy StaIVs" CELERY ....... ...... ..... each 15c Icfberjc 11 ends LETTUCE ................. 13c Gardfn Fresh RADISHES ... ... ...... 3 for TOc Kull-n-Milk COCONUTS | b . ]0c Yclltnr Spanish ONIONS 2 Ibs. 19c« 1ZO St™ TANGERINES Puerto KTcan 35 C SWEET YAMS 3 Ibs. 2Se Texas Urccn CABBAGE , b . 7c U.S. Red Triumph POTATOES 10 |bs. 49c Tender Ears .' CORN .ca. 6c Liberty Cash Grocery Low Prices Everyday

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