The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1948 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 194S BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER FACE ELEVEN Frozen Fruits and Vegetables Make Menu Planning Easier for Busy Housewives of America HEALTH SAFEGUARD Menu making at breakfast It dm. The day'« work hasn't yet begun I and helween s lp» o! cotlee you can jot down your marketing list and dream up * thrifty luncheon .jHjl dinner that are full oi eye JE>cal and good appetite satlsfac- vr,m. And If you forget Individual preferences or run out of Ideas you can appeal to the family for help. Put down the needfuls flrjst, like •alt and sugar «nd esss. And I then plan mealg that Include »' treat or two. You can do this with qulck-fro/^n fruils and vegetables, which In thc.se mid-winter days, hi ins; summertime freshne.ss i to your table. Quick-frozen spinach, for on«, U delicious with b«ked ham—or with * cheese Jouffle. Quick-frozen golden tweet corn In conversation making, whether It' comes on tbe table with rare roast hfef or with hamburgers. Them TOReUblM, Itk, French- style green beam, green pe»§, »nd uTTthe other tivilck-fro7.cn family, have all their flavor and goodnet* sealed in when they «rt quick- frozen within » few hour* alter picking. And they are all ready to cook just, as they come from their packages. Quick - (roien mixed fruits or sliced peaches make gala desserts, with no wovk for (lie chief cook. And if you want to start the day with a real note of excitement, serve quick-frozen sliced peaches for breakfast. If you live far from supplies, you probably plan menus MVer»l nays in advance and do your marketing nn a large scale plan. But if the stores are nearby, you may do better buying by taking advantage of day to day bargains and sales. Laney Talks of Accomplishments; Third Term Speculation Spreads LITTLE ROCK. Aak., Jail. 8 (UPK —Gov. Ben Laney gave his follower; additional reason for speculation today when he cainally talked of past KcomplishmenU and (he future of Arkansas. The chief executive admitted he had asked Secretary Prank Storey of I lie Fiscal Control Board io work up a serifs of figures on the present administration's In office. three-year tenure Tlie figures, showing the payment o! il4.noO.000 on bonded indebtedness, 513,0011,000 on debt interest and a $10.000,000 increase in treasury balances, definitely were favorable to Laney's 'business •dmlnis- tition." Wrhat is my answer to the statement that we have, been squandering money," the governor said. Then Laney admitted Hint Rep. Carl Hendrix of Horatio, already announced as a candidate for .speaker of the 1949 legislature, "would be all right with me." He pointed out that Hendtix ts a "friend of mine and R sound business man." The governor added, however, "it it pretty early to start discussing speakers of the. House, and I don'l know who might be in the race.' Following that start, the governor firmly denounced what he termed as Girl, 18, Gets Five-Year Term for Jewel Theft BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Jan. 8. I UP)— Elizabeth Peggy Page, 18, formerly of Nashville. Term., WM sentenced to an indefinite term at the sta'« farm for women lod:iy after pleading guilt}' to stealing j *785 worth of jewels from the home of Irving Rubensteln, Fairlield, where she was employed for one week last. September. The public defender asked for a suspended term, which Judge Samuel Mellit.s refused after Stale's Attorney Lorin YV. Willis told the court that he received a letter from the Pittsburgh Welfare Department which led him to believe that the girl "simply was following In the footsteps of her inoVher, ami her grandmother." Mrs. Page, he said, now lives in Pittsburgh. Schools all over the country arc finding individually wrapped drinking straws a tremendous aid in protecting! children's health during the lunch period. Sealed in air-tight I issue, wrapped straws are protected against any possible contamination. Straws help to interest growing youngsters in milk, too. roast beef hash Is combined with : hash and tomakies, season well with tomatoes or tonmio puree. Use eilli- [ sail, pepper and a dash of thyme, er canned hash or "leftover left- then bakp in a moderate oven (350 overs" for this rli^li. Combine the F.) until brnwnrd. Male Students Higher In Blood Pressure MINNEAPOLIS (UPI—Male students at the University of Minnesota show a greater tendency toward htfsh blood pressure than wo- "mentioned gubernatorial candidates who have been failures in their private businesses," "If you can't succeed in private life it is a sure thing that you can't i W0 men reached that mark, make a go of government," Laney | A rea ding of 140 men stuo.T.ts. A university study over a 13- year period showed that 23 per cent of men tested scored 130 more, while only six per cent of the said. He mentioned no names. While Laney remained silent on his plans for a third term, observers recalled that at no time in the recent past has. he openly, pointed to past records orf discussed future reading of 140 or more was found In 7.3 per cent of the men and 1.4 per cent of the women However, the research showed that women's blood pressure increasec with age, while men's did not. " •' * : Hash It Up! A supper-time quickie with hearty fall flavor results when good EVEN BETTER WITH PURE MAYROSE LARD iiom MAYROSE TEST KITCHEN MOLASSES CRISPS (J DOZEN COOKIES) 1/4 cup Mayrosc Lard '/j cup dark molasses 2 tablespoons milk 1 teaspoon lemon rind 2 cupj sifted flour i,^ teaspoon soda V4 teaspoon s.ili * \2 teaspoon ginger y z teaspoon cinnamon ' ' Combine lard, molasses, milk and lemon rind. Add sifted dry ingredient* gradually. Chill doiigh. Roll '/, inch ihick and cut into desired shapes. Bake at 400' F. for 7 to 10 Eat fresh Apples fo help defend againstjlu germs T When <liseasc-]>roi?ucing bnutcrin invade the intestines, wntcli oul for "'slonutdi II u" . . . or digestive ujisels HIM! diarrheas! Science lias discovered that the regular eat- ingof Mich apples as Washing! on Stale Delicious aids the body in controlling disease-producing hacteria in I he. large, inlmlinu. Thai's an important fact In know ahoul thia health fruit—in addition lo the. fact that fruit acids in apples fortify nalui'ul geriM-killing acids in the stomach, Help Iniild your defense apninsl winter upsets . . . eat at least 2 Washington Delicious Apples every day. Good caling, good for you! DELICIOUS V-8 Cocktail 2 '£ -. 31 < Juice of 8 garden-fresh vegetables. < KROGER TOMATO JUICE 1=22< Your best juice buy. Bright flavor and color. GRAPE JUICE ,. 23c Country Club. PEACHES N «^ 27< Avondalc Sliced or Halves. STOKELY PEARS N ™ 27tf "Finest" flavor and value. FRUIT COCKTAIL "X 25f Kroger, Five delicious diced fruits. KROGER CORN -' 20< Cream Style Country Gentleman. GREEN GIANT PEAS N « 3 " 20< Picked at the peak of perfection. GREEN BEANS 2 Standard Green Cut. STANDARD TOMATOES 2™ Finest Low Rich in Cold-Fighting Vitamins ... Fintr Flavor! Kroger Orange-Grapefruit Blended Juice 19c 46-01. can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 4 ~* 19< Kroger. Slightly sweetened. ORANGE JUICE "™ Standard Brand. From rich, tine fruit. Add bright color and flavor to any meal. BLACKEYE PEAS 2<H 2 27? Standard brand fresh. Spaghetti . .can 15c Dime Brand can 27c Franco American Cimilcnscd Milk Campbell's-3 cans 29c Sugar .... 10 Ibs. 95c Tomato Soup I'nrc Oim» Gelatin 3 pkgs. 20c Cigarettes . .ctn. 1.99 Kroner Assorted Fhivors. Popular Hr.imli 10 lb 35 C GRAPEFRUIT Texas Juicy Seedless GRAPES Extra Fancy California. Red Emperors PEARS 2 «,. 25 Oregon Fancy Howclls Extra Fanc - v Idaho Grown Bushel Oregon Slate Golden Ortlcys—3 Ibs. 25a Full $A69 CAULIFLOWER Compact Heads Fresh Sm>-Ball POTATOES 100 U. S. No. 2 Washed Red Triumphs head Values On the Favorite American Breakfast BACON Priced Low lb. 69c W^V Armour Star Sliced. Buy the brands you know and tav«. CHUCK ROAST 59 SAUSAGE U. S. Graded Good or Clmice ,/!T SIRLOEN STEAK ,,,69' L,".™:!" s " ,,, U. S. Graded Good of Choice I AflvAlit P W ID BEEF BRISKET n,42 c ^rno. U. S. Graded Gontl or Choice T°<»l 70c GROUNBBEEF „ 43 C R h fo °" Fresh Dallv You Save Grade A Med. i, U. S. Govt. gradtd, then dated and seaUd tht iam« day. Better value. MARGARINE „, 35 Ealmore. Economical Spread KROGER MILK 2^125 C Evaporated. Vilaroin D Added HUMKO Vn b V 3 Dainty Cooking Fat PURE LARD Firm White 4 lb 135 ctn. I DUZ ft. 38< 2 Small Packages .:.-„.-..-. ... . .33c Good Citizens I25fc SUPER SUDS £ 39* 2 Small Packages. .,. . .,.*.-,.,..,. .33c CRISCO 3 - 1.29 Creamy, digfstible shortening. IVORY SOAP To the 1847 Commnnity Ch««t drl»« In Cincinnati, Ohio, chain store employws contributed IK% of their quota—the largMt overaubscrlpUon ni»d« by any business or Induitrial group. And a Kroger roan w»» In charge of soliciting theM contributions. Ai a company, Krog«r alto contributed. Indeed, Kroger—alwaya. a good citizen — contributes to Community Chuli and ilmllar campaigns In every on« of th« 1.600 cltle* It servea. n \roc\vr v -r SPOTLIGHT COFFEE ,40 Compare . . . Save! 3 lb. bag 1.15 KROGER VACUUM .50 Richer Blend Priced for Savings COFFEE CAKES pk Assorted Varieties CHOCOLATES Kroger Assorted , 69 CHOCOLATES ,,, I 19 Kroger Assorted SPAGHETTI DINNER 2? Kroger. Quick-Fix Meal.—18 O*. Pkf.

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