The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1949 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 8, 1949
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PAGE SIXTEEN 1 "- — .. • _ Enameled Wares Simplify Chores Porcelain Utensils Resistant to Stain; Save Dishwashing Ease of pertiaps (lie main reason '. for the century-old popularity of porcelain enameled kitchen utensils, And, according to the Enameled Utensils Manufacturers Council, Cleveland, Ohio, the enanicledwnre on the market today is more resistant to Jood slnlns and easier to clean than ever before. A great deal of the credit for the Improved quality of porcelain enam- e!ed utensils goes (o the Council sponsored research program at the University of Illinois. Tills program is designed to supplement the work done by the research departments of the major manufacturer.': of eti- arneledware represented In the Council. New materials and new manufacturing methods have played an Important part In the development of porcelain enamelcdware that is nonporous, stain-and-acld-reslstant and easy to clean. The permanent glass finish is carefully fused onto strong sieel utensils. The result Is durable utensils with a glossy surface which requires no' scraping or scouring. Prom the Council come these simple suggestions which make porcelain enameled po(s and pans as easy to wash as dishes: 1. Rime the utensils Immediately after using. Those, which do not rinse clean, should be filled with lukewarm water and allowed to soak. 2. Before washing, remove loosened food particles with a rubber plate scraper. 3. Wash with warm soapy water. Rinse with clear hot water. The utensils may be allowed to drain dry If desired. • 4. Stains remaining after washing may be easily removed by rubbing gently with baking soda or by soak- Ing for fifteen minute In a inlld household bleach solution. King George Reviews 1 Berlin Airlift Force LONDON, Dec. 8. W) _ King George VI reviewed yesterday n token force of British, American and Commonwealth" airmen who helped win the battle of the Berlin Royal Air Force nirlift. Headed by a 'band, 250 men and women marched through the gates of Buckingham Palace for an Inspection by the king. They then paraded through the streets of London to the ancient. war-scarrecJ Guildhall In the heart of the city for lunch with the lord mayor of London, Sir Frederick Rowlands: MaJ. Gen. \V. H. Timncr, who commanded the U.S. Air Force pnrt of the lilt, flew into town to lead the American contingent in the .parade. 72-Yeor-O/J Boy Faces Charge of Mail Theft LITTLE ROCK, Deo. 8. (IP)— The .Pulaskl County jail's smallest fed v ^^,, W.JUKU; in eral prisoner is awaiting trial on aluminum foil or waxed paper and j C01or<:d * mail theft charge He is Samuel Hudson, 12, pin Bluff. He was arrested after th_ Pine Bluff Postmaster reported he drop sbit. was sleeping behind a waste basket The four foot 10 inch youngster in the office and removing mail by weighed In at the Pulaski Countv running his tiny fist down the mail Jail at 00 pounds BLYTHEVn,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Cut Out Cookies Thrill Youngsters As Christmas Season Takes Shape CUT-OUT COOKIES-Thosc Clirislmas molassts c-mkl™ , re narked with holiday caiet.v. With molasses, eggs and cookln? fats all nn the plentiful list nnd with the Christmas season just beginning, this certainly is cookie- rnaking time. Let's begin with molasses cutout cookies, using this tested recipe Hnd cut out stars, angels, Christmas trees, etc., or some ot the new nlastic cookie forms. To save time and ruol, use two baking sheets with low sides or no sides at all to insure even bro.wii- ing—each about 2 Inches smaller than the oven. One sheet of cookies can be baking while the oilier one Is being filled. Before rolling, cliill dough in refrigerator to permit handling of dough without adding more flour When rolling, work with half or less ol the dough nt n lime, keeping remainder in refrigerator until needed. Flour rolling pin and hoard lightly—only enough to keep dough from sticking. Dip cutter in Hour each time to prevent sticking. Cut cookie shapes close together, to get as many as possible from the first rolling of the dougli; reroltel dough does not. make as. tender cookies. Using n spaj,nla. carefully lift, the cut cookies from board to baking sheet. Adjust oven to temperature specified. Molasses cookies burn easily. If cookies nre not brown enough in center, yet done nromuf edges, put. them, about 5 to 6 inches below broiler flame mill! right color fs obtained—watching constantly. Remove from baking sheet with spatula; place them to cool on a wire cake rack In a single layer. When completely cooled, pack in air-tight boxes or In cookie jar, with waxed paper between the layers. Keep lightly covered. For Christmas gifts, puck In flat boxes and wrap each cookie in or cellophane. Molasses Cnt-Oul Cookies One-half cup shortening, % cup sugar, 2;3 cup New Orleans type molasses, 1 egg, 2K cups sifted nil-purpose flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, '-i teaspoon salt, 1'A teaspoons allspice. Slowly melt shortening; cool. Add sugar, molasses and eggs; beat well. Sift together flour, baking powder, salt and allspice; add to mixture; mix Roll waxed paper; chill. Cookies hold shape better if rolled and cut on greased and lightly floured baking sheet instead of rolling OH a board and transferring to baking sheet Roll dough evenly '.4-iuch thick. Dust cut-out cookie pattern lightly with flour to prevent sticking- lay pattern on dough ami cut around pattern with knife. Lift excess [lough from around cookie shapes. Decorate witli red cinnamon drops, silver candles, and varicolored candy sprinkles. Bake iti moderately hot oven '375 degrees P.) 10 to 12 minutes. Remove from baking .sheet immediately and cool on rack. Inexpensive Gifts For Kitchen Suit Women Who Cook As slue as Santa's beard Is white Christmas will soon be here! And unless you want to be caught with ynur presents unwrapped, you'd bet- shopping list tor complete that without delay. ' The special presents for the family are usually the easiest. For example, you know that Junior Is wild to own the red wagon in n certain store window. And tbe man of the house has been hinting for a new hunling Jacket. But it's much more difficult to select, just tiie right gifts for the bridge friends, the aunts or the brides on your list. This Is especially true when such gifts must lie chosen-:with an eye on the family budget:- '•'•'' The •problems of what to give NICKEL 309 North 6th Hiwoy 61 Joe Strickland • Meat Market Manager Nickels In Your Pocket At These Prices Domino Pure CANE SUGAi . 10 Pet or Carnation EVAP MILK Pure, Fresh LARD 3 S' s 35 For belter lialiing CRISCO Sno-Lite FLOUR Duz, Tide, Oxydol, SUPER SUDS Salad Dressing MIRACLE WHSP Collard & TURNIP GREENS Large Hull Nose BELL PEPPERS Large heads, crisp !,!>, Cln. Lb. Can 25 !i; 1 ; l.gc. Box 2 j Bch. Lb. 14' LETTUCE No. 1 Red POTATOES 10 .luicy, Florida ORANGES I,can, Tender PORK CHOPS Lb .35 e (!nod (jualily BEEF ROAST ,„. 43 e Hi's I xrnrle rirul-on SLICED BACON Fresh, whole Good quality Hcef CLUB STEAKS .Sunrise liranrl SLSCED BACON Fresh, Homc-Mnde POEIC SAUSAGE Sugar Cured Lb. .I.b. 1,1). Lb. Lb. Lb. Sunrise .mil Swift Hrookficlti LINK SAUSAGE Good -Quality Hcef STEAKS 39 C 32 C 49 C 55 35 C 22 C 49 C 69° friends who like to cook can be solved by one trip to Ilic houspwarcs department ol your favorite store. You'll find a wide variety ol attractive and practical kltcHen silts costing under five dollars. Here arc a few suggestions. The sparkling array of cutlery displayed In honicwnrcj sections of- fei's'numerous gift Ideas. A French cook's knife, a sharp ham sltcer or a set ol kitchen knU'es would be long-remembered gifts. Certain to rate high on tlifi gift list Is tlie new, all stainless steel roast meat thermometer. '' breakable and easy-to-clean, ...„ thermometer has a round, clock- like face with clearly printed temperatures and Instructions for roast- Ing meat-i to exactly the desired stage. ' ' ' hole. Because ol Its accuracy, the thermometer Is known by the trade name of "Tel-Tru." Another kitchen-wise gift item is an automatic timer which rings to remind the cook to lake her cake from the oven. Cookie presses, rotary beaters, fancy salad molds, attractive casseroles and wall-type can openers are other gifts which homemakcrs will enjoy finding In their Christmas packages. Injuries. ^ vls i t a patient near the Missouri The Boeroe County riierJ//', o//lce state «iie when the .ccldent oc- sald Dr. Watkins was on his waylcuired. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, PURC PORK SAUSAGE is seasone JUST RIGHT! Enjoy tfiit goodnest for lunch or Boo/io County Doctor Injured in Auto Crash HARRISON, Ark., Dec 8-(<p,_A prominent Boone Comity doctor was seriously Injured early Wed- nesday when his car plunged over sharp pointed stem which can be Inserted Into the meat without the , , ppna, Ark., Is In a Harrison hospital suffering from head and chest Started holiday baking? Picked out your Christmas Tre«? Take kids to see Sonta Ckus? Made Christmas Candy? The Pause That Refreshes MIRACLE Boston Butt OCEAN SPRAY~? 2 c. 29 PORK ROAST Brisket of Beef STEW MEAT Domino Pure Cane - Ib. 33* 10 Lb Bag 89 Country Style Pork SAUSAGE - 4lbs. $1,00 COFFE Admiration Brand Fully Dressed TENDER HENS Large, Delicious FRESH SHRIMP • lb.49l EVAPORAT Amboy Can 9' 'o*^*"""""SLV I Fresh, Pascal . 69* f f-h Xl CELERY SMOKED HAM - - - Ib. 45* ( "^c Lean, Butt End of 1 S£««>€t&'S«'J«lS'<«te<?!e^l3K*!S'.e«<e«Xtt«lC««tgisi<!<!«lt!e«l!< a Liberty Casli Grocery's RECIPE OF THE WEEK 2for25c Fresh, Delicious PORK BRAINS Ib. Finest quail I v PET MILK _ All favorite brands CHEWING GUM 3 Tall Cnns ror I'Yesli, Pure LARD 4 (in TOMATOES No. 2 Can Cbannin Toilet TISSUE 4 ,29 Medium Size, Fresh Fresh, full-of-milk Cocoanuts 2 for 25c Crisp, Iceberg LETTUCE Heod...10c Sweet Emperor GRAPES 2 Ibs. 25c Crisp, York APPLES 2 Ibs. 23c Golden Ripe BANANAS Lb. 15c Fresh, Tasty Brazil Nuts Lb. 25c SWEET POTATOES 2 !bs. 19c Holiday Crescents rondta,,; Mrccmier Jtf, 20tO ' flT' rae Hour, 'A cup M ;£ « and ran.lla; beat £«. buuer, abo-t . « ">W«P°°n »t . <imt. Mi, in •/, cup n flour „,,,„,„ «'. ,; m . Mij ^ ^P. « ;„,%!/• * "'"P' 10 " "f dougfs ™l! « Ito 2!/ 2 -, n . xnp _ Tutn ^ form ^ R **""«°°n. Put on ungrcascd baking sheet. Bake on top oven sh.lf u min ^ u n ,,l Lght brown. Roll, „!>;!«, warm ' ™ VH( He Pet Milk can12c Nuts Ib 35c Flour . 5lbbag45c All Purpose ~^- I f^ !«! <*<«'«•* It !«t<glS!£'e<S!<!t!<l*!«<(tK!e!tWtHtl t ^!g!S! Cls t5.51S Del Monte Sliced or Crushed • 39c [ Pineapple - - No.1can15c g All popular brands 19c|'Cigarettes - -'On.$1.89 • ••• "•' {J Old Fashioned Colored Oieo - - - ib. 31 c| Chocolate Drops - ib.23c ™™*™* Margold, flavorsome, in sticks I

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