The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1931 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 5, 1931
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six 'ML. (ARK.-) FRIDAY, JUNfc 5, 1331 y The Housewife's Guide to Better Marketing and Home Management FAVORITE RECIPES FOR THE HOME TABLE Buy Only Guaranteed Products Such As Those Advertised By Merchants On This Page Turn Sun Room Into Summer Living Room Fabrics and Floor Coverings in Attractive, Cool Patterns. Possibly in no other part of the •Jicusc can the u.w of pMU?rn bo riiade so distinctive as in tlic sim- vconi. This, of course, is true In I Summer months when the sim- rocm is the place lo cntorlnln. formally j>v Informally, at nil times ,0! the" day. It is rather simj)^ io svork o'.il n pcod pattern and color scheme In fhe sunroom as so many of the furnishings offered these Uuys are "striking and cool iti npiKNirnnco. Tile room may be cooling lo guzc even if the'tc-nijwratui'o is 'hovering towards s heat record. Linoleum Useful .For example, lake u simple color «ch?ii!e like Vjluck nnd white. Linoleum patterns, with white and •black blocks, always look fresh and combine with other geometric patterns in draperies and fabric on tte furniture. ; Linoleum is easily kept clrnn and fresh looking and nothing tcmixu'R ..the hot summer breezes uny more than 'something that stands out 'ivith the nppearnncc of cleanliness. Tile patterns in linoleums, with geometric designs Snbld, are offered In the shops In variety ol materials \vhU? harmonious .pat- .terns for draperies nre equally easy to obtain . Fibre Rugs Good The same is true with other floor coverings. Fibre rugs have Hod Russian Salad Dressing: jThat Adds Touch of Piquant Ti I'.y Mrs. Hany W. IfuiiH's SiumjuT S:ilu*l Arrange lettuce nn salatl plates. I'luce slice of pineapple, slice of I ionalo. two white cherries, .several .sltiT.s of cucumber :md one half pear. Green pepper or pimento Jinny be added, or use ;ispaiagus in •combination with fruits ami vegc- J tables. Serve with Red Russian dressing. Iteil Russia one cup sii^ar n I>rrssTng one cup water juice of one l»mon one cup tomato catsup one tablesiwon Worchester suiice: dash of uibasco sauce one teaspoon salt two tablespoons grated onion , tV.'O Clips Oil. : lioil the sugar, water and lemon . iuii-e mull it forms a thick syrup, then cool. Add other ingredients and beat until thick. Food Prices Down 20 Per Cent! The simroom may bs made a slimmer living room of chnrm and comfort. This one Is furnished with rcrd furniture in a refreshingly simple design* with upholstery material of dull urovvii and while. Plenty of chairs, plenty of lamps and plenty of tablss. conveniently assure a comfortable room., grouped. SPECIALS STKAK ., 18 C 1'ORK -STEAK COFFKK Maxwell Hou .axwell 97C i;e. l.b. Li (JUEKN CAHUACE tACEIlC LI). 12 NEW POTATOES LI). bcconia very inleresllng. Tlicy can be had in almost all tho colors of the rainbow, but the distinctive patterns arc done in much better taste rather than attempting to combine any riotous scheme. They, Special Lunch 35c Merchant's Plate Lunch - - .-'-. 30c v - A La Carte K. C. Short Cut Steak - - - - 35c Fried Half Spring Chicken - - 45e Special T-Bone 3* ( - a k» with Fried Potatoes SOe Fried Catfish. Tartar Sauce - - 35c S|>ecinl Cluh Breakfast, hsiif ffrapc fruif, bacon ami one KKK cnntalnupe or GLENCOE GRILL too, have the geometric lines of pattern which are companionable lo tho modern designs of furniture now found In iced, fibre, rattan nnd tube steel furnishings for- the sunparlor, porch and outdoors. Hooked rugs and roughly-woven floor coverings arc always suitable, for the sunparlor ami almost as easily kept clean ami frcsli as linoleum mill fibre. Sunparlor furniture takes well lo the rougher weaves of .upholstery fabrics so there nrecd be no fear of getting the proper pallern worked out orice one sets down lo working out their ideas as to what to buy. BY ALLAH!) SMITH ! Executive Vice President. The Un• Ion Trust Co.. Cleveland, O. scrl and should be chosen for n i Tlll! American housewife can now 1 fill ]ir*r inartet b.iskel with fo<xl at the lowest prices in nnny years. mcnl otherwise lacking in In 51 cities, us latest, :micx stands at 124 compared with an index of 151 cue year ago and 100 In 19U. Declining prices have not had the effect of increasing consumption of food. Actually in 1930 the average American used about 4 i>er cent less food than in 1929. Per f-.iplta consumption was the smallest since 1917. The consumption of meat was 4 per cent less and (hat of dairy pioducts 2 to 3 per cent less. On tlie whole, food trends" arc such as might, well be expected in a depression p;riod. But, as noted, the decline is small compared with the reduction for many other commodities which permit of greater cconciny than does food. KITCHEN BY SISTKR AMRY NBA Strvict H'rittr TJie housewife who can serve an interesting, out • of - Ihc-ordlnary Just eel a good Idea of what col- *«crt to her family will seldom ">«-Jv B v. .» O"~ • "~ }wvtr (if lllrM--n '-T.lflr + lw,* n.nhlm,. scheme or pattern Is needed to fulfill the ilrenni for a sunroom and ths wide selection offered today will make the problem an easy one. FIRUMEN BALK CHANCE MEMPHIS. (UP)—All effort to change the hours of firemen who now hiwc 11 hours on duty and 13 hours off, to a straight 24-honr shift was blocked- here recently. Members of the department favor the present plan. Day and Night Service Station, Inc. "Phillips 66" Gas—Quaker Stale and MoMloil Oils— Willartl Batteries Cotton Hell Bus Depot . 1'honc 555 The COOK WITH COAL "Economical and Safe" C. L BENNETT & CO. Coal and Feed Phone 04 FOR PARTICULAR COOKS Laundry Will "Clean It" Phone 327 Easy lo Serve Keep a Case of in ihe Ice Box uf iliosc "pics thnt mother used to bnkc." However, duvin!; "Ol wcallier fe\v women \vnnt to spend liouis concocting elaborate desserts, which nftcr'all may be too rich for summer temperatures. The ideal .summer dessert is easy ami quick to mnhe. easily digested nnd nourishing. Very often the nctiml nourishment is found in the clwscrt nt HID end of the mc;\l nstend of in the :::aiu course. ! The dessert thai can be prepared I In the morning nnd tucked into' the ice-box until wanted is always porn:lnr wllh the cook nnd its chilled, appetiying smoothness makes it popular with the family as well. The following recipes oiler a tempting variety! • • » Raspberry Tapioca Ally kind o[ berry or small fruii can be used in place of raspberries. One-halt cup pearl tnp'.oca. 3 cups milk. 3-4 cup granulated sugar. . teaspoon salt. 1 cup whipping cream, 1 quart red raspberries. Soak tapioca two hours or ovci night in 1 cup cold water. The water should be all absorbed. Add salt, and sugar lo milk in top of double boiler. Add tapicca and cook over hot water until clear. Chill thoroughly and fold in cream whipped until firm. Ssrvc with washed nnd drained berries. • • • Fruit Ambrosia One cup finely diced fruit. ', cup sugar, 'i pound marshinnllosvs. 1 cup whipping cream. 4 tablespoons powdcml sugar, 'c teaspoon vanilla, few grains salt. Cut. m,irshmallows in quarters Sprinkle with !, cup granulated sugar and combine with marshunl- lo*s. Chill thoroughly for several hours. When ready to serve fold in cream whlp'ped until firm with salt. powdered sugar and vanilla. Serve in sherbet glasses. The cream should be very cold so that the wliolc de*- scn will be well chilled. Chocolate custard is a richer des- Chocolate Custard Two squares bitter chocolate, 3 cups milk, 3-4 cup sugar. 1-8 teaspoon salt. 3 tablespoons flour. 3 eggs. 0 tablespoons powdered sugar. 1 teaspoon vanilla. Heat milk in top of double bailer. Add chocolate cut in small pieces and beat constantly iviili a dovcr beater until chocolate is nieltcJ and thoroughly incorporated In the milk. Mix and sift flour. suit and sugar and add to yo'.fcs of eggs. Heat well and s!o«-l.v arid to hot milk, stirring constantly. Cook Tile decline in the avo v ::ge price of food at retr> '- '-.e last year has bei?n nearly 20 jx. - cent. Choice cuts of uii'ai in many cities nre selling froii! 21 :)«• cent to -10 per cent below iheir levels of one year ago. Sugar at wholesale recently touched the lowest level in history. I«irci is the cheapest since 1POU, and coffee since 1921. Wl-°at has not been so low since 190i. Euch month Ihe Bureau of Labor Statistics .studies retail food prices whites of eggs beaten until slid over hot water until custard coats with powdered sugar and rciuain- llie spoon. Remove from and I ins vanilla. Pu; into a moderate add li teaspoon vanilla. Tuin into j oven for eight minutes to puff ant n buttered baking dish and cover j brown the meringue. Chill and with a meringue made with the serve. Wholesale Dealers Merchants Grocer Co. Telephones 111 and 115 Eat Blytheville Canned Beans They are superior to Fresh Beans In Your Next Cake Use K C Baking Powder and notice the fine texture and /arge volume. Because of its high leavening strength you use lets than of high priced brands 2nd are assured of perfect results in using BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE FOR OVER 40 VEARS 25 ounces for 25c It's Double Acting BKKF ROAST • Hriskot, Mi. !()<• Chuck, LI). 12'/,r Thick Rib, l.b. l!k 1'1,'KR LARI) uc BACON Sliced }AC LI). L\J SALIBA'S MARKET Free Tit'livery Phone li:i Call Superior Coal Co. For High Grade Coals PHONE 123 "When Your Clothes Are Dirty King Seven-Thirty" Hats Rebuilt Barnes 9 Cleaners GET THIS COOK BOOK FREEJ Mill this coupon with 4c in stamps forpostJg< and p«cl<in9 dr,d you will receive the KC Cook's Book containing over 90 tested reci'pti. MQUES MfG.CO., CHICAGO, ILL Enclosed find 4c in stamps, miil the Cook's Book to Ntmc Addrcs»_ ___ The Robinson Milting Co. Sriin*—K*rn» Distributed By the Arkansas Grocer Company Ulytheville, Ark. Phone 337 MILLIONS OF POUNDS PSJEO B,Y OUR GOVERNMENT I Elizabeth Arden's Venetian Toilet Preparations arc on sale inclusively »t The Modern Housewife Protects Her Family's Heallh by Usinj,' Only Grade Pasteurized MILK BENNETT'S DAIRY Phone 7'l — Don't... Suffer From the Heat only $6.50 S-inch hoiise Fan Knjoy instant relief from the tortures of hoi weather days and nights. Get in front of a Weslinghousc Van. Relax in its quicl, comforting breeze, its soothing coolness. There isn't a hotter time . . . there isn't ;i belter fan ... buy :i WestinRhotise Kan NOW. There is a Westinghouse Kan to meet your needs at a price yon can afford to pay. Drop in Iwlay and look over nur complete display. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER C8.

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