The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1949 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 15, 1949
Page 16
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f PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTimVITXE (ARK.) COUHTER NETTS fFeasf Fixings' Are Simplified ; Home Economist 1 Says [ Festive Ham Can v Ease Meal Planning During the Christmas season, "feast^fixings" are on the finds :of ni&ny homemakers. children are .home from school, there are bis; 'family get-togethers, there are .times when friends'drop In. And to ease meal planning, choose a 'good-slze liani for serving Pilher -hot or cold, suggests Reba Slangs, ^well known home economist. ; Tangy flavored baked ham may '.easily be given a festive holidy .dress. During the last 30 minutes ',of cooking lime, it may be basled with strained honey, then ivhen removed from the oven, gaily decorated with red and ^rcen marischino cherries. Almond halves may be nr- .raiiged in diagonal rows oyer the ham. Orange slices simmcrc'ii in ginger flavored sirup may be placed 'on the ham by piercing them with cloves, or the ]wm may be spread with orange marmalade, graupc or ^currant jelly and returned to the 'oven for a' glistening glaze. • Baked ham is the attractive center oT any meal, whether it is served whole or stored for the basis of many di-shes. Slices cut from ,the ham may be wrapjied around bundles of asparagus lips, reheated and topped with a snappy cheese satice for nn interesting dish. '; .^Creamed ham made with bite- size cubes of ham and green popper makes an appealing luncheon dish served over hot, biscuits or In a noodle ring. Ham slices may be reheated on scalloped potatoes for a'hearts' one dish dinner. For an- 'other treat especlall designed to ; follow a heavy .solid meal, cooked ham. Is cut Into cubes and tossed llghdy with diced cooked sweet potatoes, diced celery, apples and moistened with mayonnaise. • -Croquettes are another wise use of ham. The meat is chopped and "combined with a thick white sauce, then fried in deep hot lard. They are temptingly served with a mushroom or colorful tomato sauce. For ..breakfast, chopped ham adds deliciousness refrigerator raiders — ; baked ham will be the perfect find. Arkansas Forestry Workers to be Honored : LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 15. W — Veteran employes of the Arkansas Forestry Department will be honored _at a banquet In Camdcn Monday night. . Slate Forester Fred tang will prqsent service pins to 15 men who have been with Hie department for 15 years. They are Elbert English, Sheridan, and Duncan Cothren. Malvern. district foresters; Dan LanRston Hermitage, and C. E. Morton. El Dorado,'!-.,- 1 dispatchers; Ley Key Sparkmari, Towerman, and Rnntj. Maddisbh MrDaniel and John D, Tucker. ' Monticello. J. W, KeJicv. Pine'Bluff, Roy Butler, Sparknm, Eai-1 Garrctt. Hermitage, Gnuiy Vlckers. Ingnlls, Alex Carson, New Hope. H. O. McCain. Dellcht. Frcrt Connor, Boldlng, and David Morris. Strong. The National Geographic Society says the Belgian Congo produces 00 per cent, of the world's knpwn output of uranium. Teen-Agers Like Swank Franks At Christmas Time Celebrations "adlsh, 2 tablespoons mustard. To the- finely grated cheese add ill Ingreiulients and blend well. Spread on both sides of frankfurter roll and toast under broiler until cheese is softened and melting- Serve with hot broiled or boiled frankfurters. Cole slav: always goes '.veil with franks. Here's a gay v.irtallon: I'arly Cole Slaw {Serves 8) Four cups shredded cabbniic. 1 onion, chopped fine; 2 sour red apples, diced with skin on; 2 large carrots, cut In thin rounds; 1 grren Pepper, minced fine; \? cup raisins. Shred and chop all ini-redients Into fine pieces, making sure that the cabbage is in long slender shreds, Mix all Ingredients together nnd marinate In drcssini,'. Chill well. Spraying Two clips mayonnaise. ] ? cup lemon-lime carlxmatod beverage, 1 TEEN-AGE I'AIITV—Swank fmilis and rhillnl boliles of fizz will make up Ihe ideal (ecu-age party. , Christmas time t:; ilie partv season for all uses—particularly for tcen-ayers oji .si-hool vacations. They like parties with lots to eat ind lots of fizz. That means enout-h frankfurters and rolls for the hiMy young appetites ami unlimited .supplies of chilled carbonated bevcnigi-s. Do not open bottles until needed by Blytheville Cooks' Fovorif-e Recipes Put in Book Form The Blythevllle High School p. T. A. has collected the fnvorite recipes ol approximately 500 of Ihe most noted cooks in Blylhcvlllc, mid today iumoimceu the publication of a recipe book. Mrs. Fluford Young, president, said that, the book contained about CO ixigcs of recipes, ami was distributed for sale at the I>. T. A, meeting yc.stcrcl.iy. Funds collected through the $1.50 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1949 purchase prlve rill b» used to promote (he p. T. A. projects adopted for next year. Mrs. J. C. Droke was chairman of the collection of recipes for the book. Sugar, wine, March, oil wax and resins are among the products ob- each guest to iiLsurc the maximum flavor and carbonatlon. If beverages arc chilled thoroughly, no Ice will be needed to dilute the flavor of these beverages. Cheese Spread for franks (Makes about -J. iui|is) One-half pound mild processed American cheese, 3 tablespoons mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon horse- ^) When You Get Home Late, . . Remember, Lady, HYPOWER is Henry • » Grocery Manager 'f^i/rM/llovT-^m*-;,'} wo ffr's ECONOMICAL TOO! NEW! D£L(C,OUS! HYPOV/ER MEAT BALLS WITH SPftGHETTI SAUCE tained from palm trees ot various flavor-rich CHILI Make BufWnilk Skfm MilU the economical, hot main dish for cold days teaspoon s:ilt. Chill carbonated beverage thoroughly in refrigerator. Mix into mayonnaise, add salt and ixjnr over salad or cole slaw. START YOl/R CHRISTMAS usr NOW.., The Dainty Cooking Fat ^^ PR^P RHBTL S^ Mountain Grown Coffee Cranberry Sauce 309 Worth 6th Hiway 61 Joe Strickland • Meat Market Manager Nickeis in Your Pocket At These Prices Fresh, large Tender, Smoked Ready lo c-di>k Fresh dressed Fresh, lean Tender, juicy PORK STEAK I.I). Large Smoked FRAWOfh™ Rind-on, best grade SLICED mm Fresh, top quality ih. OS 'Ctn. From the countrv FRESH EOGS , 35" Tomato Sonji CAMPBELL'S ....3 fw 29 1 ' Ki ispy Sno-l.ile Domino ['me Cane Carnal ion or 50^ k? 3 2i) 10 n,g 89 OTall OCc Ocan.s OvJ Salad Dressing MIRACLE WHIP Crisp, firm heads LETTUCE .... (lood liakinir SWEET J.h. 3 Delicious BRAZIL HUTS Shredded COCOANUT , I'apershell PECANS For Christmas MIXED NUTS ..,,,25 C ., Ui' ,39 C . I.h. W*J OCEAN SPRAY CHERRIES Chocolate Covered ib. te 4«r 1UICY FRUIT Spearmint & Doublemint Gum 7.0 Fresh Wisconsin Ib. box Glenwood Creamery ^v w /"/ • v •" Fresh Puilet EGGS COCA-COLA The Pause That Refreshes RECIPE OF THE WEEK I I ^jj liallnnorc Slantlarcl Fresh y | OYSTERS ,,65:1 '$. r.ean X Mealy v Swccl red GRAPES ,„ 39 C Large, crisp LETTUCE ,,ead10 e Delicious, I .can PORK ROAST ,,.35 lleil or Cudnkv Sliced QQt U3 Slrcal<-0'-l.ean SALT MEAT 1( ,23 C ft. « 'fTl 1 Large, fresh CQCOANOTS2 f( . r 25 Michigan I'ascal CELERY Kl a,,<10 c Fresh, ripe CRANBERRIES Full Brcostcd Tender Fully Dressed Juicy Florida y Tom Turkeys 1 ORANGES All Good . PEACHES N c a " 21 C Your favorite hrand CIGARETTES ,-,,1 87 JS 8. «S '&: Vjr'^p P« H MiIV 4 Kitpooni hot jhoil»nins ' Ra]l pork cKopi m mixturv of flour, I /* le.iip. mlc and the pepp«r. Brown on both itde* in. ihonanmg. Sprinkle' any remaining flour over chapi. Drnin off Ut. Pour corn liquid around chopi. Cover clojely; cook very ilowly 30 mtn. Remova corei from appUi. Cut in thick ilicei; arrange on top of pork cliopi. Cov^r closely; oooV slowly 15 min. longer or until applet ure tender. Remove ckopi and npplej from^skiller; keep hot. Stir milk, corn Boil jlowj>- and »i r 1 min.. or until s-iuce thfckem. Serv« hor with chops and applet. Makoi 4 jerving*. *If there ia not «nough liquid, »dd, water. Vox Will iVVeJr PIT MILK 3 tali cans 35< i %. Pork Chops Ib35c | Whole Kernel ^ Corn can 17c ^ Flour. 5Ibbag49c| Chocolate Drops CANDY L1 ,25' Assorted flavors JELLO f\!

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