The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1950 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 2«, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COOTIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Imagination Aids Sunday Dinners Special Occasions Require More Time; Get Family Flavor Take a liltle extra time and turn on a 'Httle more cooking imagination for Sunday's dinner vegetables. Everyone will be grateful—yourself included. Cauliflower with Almond Bulttr (Serves '6) Break a 3-pound head of cauliflower into flowerets. Wash well. Cook' In one-inch of boiling salted water, in a tightly covered saucepan for 8 to 15 miniitcs, only until gander when tested with a fork. In W pressure saucepan, flowerets will cook in I!C. minutes. Almond liutter Melt >; cup uutter or fortified margarine In a heavy pan. Add >f- cup slivers of almonds and heat carefully to give almonds a toasted flnvor. Add 3 tablespoons lemon juice. Pour over cauliflower and serve at once- . Tomiilo Rice (Slakes 4 servings) One-quarter cup finely aiced onion, 2 'tablespoons butter, 1 package (ivi cupsl dehydrated vice, 2 cuixs wen-seasoned tomato juiw li teaspoon salt, dash pepper, It teaspoon sugar. Saute onion in butler In saucepan until tender, but not browned. Add rice, tomato juice, salt, iwpper and sugar. Bring quickly to a boil. Cover, remove from heat and let stand 10 minutes. Serve with crisp bacon. Here's a pleasant appetizer s;rvc before the main course. Celery and cheese Appctf/era fTwo or three slices serves 1) Blend cream cheese with blue chee.se. Add mayonnaise or cream until of firin-spreodiiiB consistency. Season with Worcestershire sauce. Separate stalks of pascal celery. Wash and dry. Fill stalks with the cheese mixture and press the stalks back into the original form of the bunch. Roll in wax«d paper mid hold overnight in refrigerator. Just bc- k fpr serving, slice celery crosswise, •fcming pinwheels. Arrange on let- TTice cups. Smoked Picnic Used in Variety Of Hew Dishes Leftover picnic may be used as you would use leftover ham — sliced cold for dinner or on a platter of cold cuts for a buffet supper, scalloiied wilh potatoes, made into sandwiches, or ground and used In a variety of ways. The picnic bone may be cracked and used like a ham bone to make a big kettle of iplit pea or navy bean soup, Here are a couple of good ways to use up leftover ground smoked [ricnic; Smoked Picnic-Banana S)>tciaHT 3 green lipped bananas 2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine Pi cups ground leftover meat ?i ' cup medium thick cheese sauce *i cup dry bread crumbs P&el bananas and cut in half Place on bottom of greased casserole. Brush bananas with meltef butter or margarine and spread lightly with mustard, cover bananas with ground ham and pour cheese sauce over all. Top with but- tei-ed bread crumbs and bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees P. Smoked Picnic-Pineapple rallies 3 cups ground leftover picnl' Vz cups dry bread crumbs l ,y teaspoon ground cloves !s teaspoon, salt 1 tablespoon brown sugar 2 eggs Combine meat, crumbs, season B slices canned pineapple ings, sugar, and well beaten eggs Mix thoroughly. Form into six fla I patties. Arrange pineapple slices i to a shallow baking pan. Place a pat ty on each ring. Bake in a hot ovci 325 degree F. about 25 minutes until browned. Scui Troop Started On Island of Okinawa SHUHI. Okinawa (AP>— A U.S. soldier from New York City lias helped to" organize Okinawa's first Boy Scout troop; Pvt. Joseph For-i chcaux suggested the Scout orga-( nizatlon to Shemci Nashiro, assistant principal at the English language school here. Then Porcheaux wrote to the Boys Scouts of America and obtain- ed literature and the promise o financial help. Now there are 1.20 Okinawa scoul.s. Nashiro is tli scoutmaster. Included on the Shui Scout council is a Buddhist priest, Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away ... A* we vel oMer, strvss and Ktrain. overexertion, excessive smokinc or eAiii-aure tr> cold sometimes slows dow-n kidney function. This may leaO many IwlVi* to corn- plain nf nnrKmc Innrkuchc, loss of pen anil cneriry, headaches and rfieiiness. Getting up nilcliU or frenuent PASSBPC* may result ftom minor WaJJer irrigations Jur to coM, dampness or dietary indUcietiuns. If your discomforts aio due to these muses, don't wait, try Doan'j Pills. K mild diuretic. Usc<t successfully by millions foe over 50 years. \VhEle these symptoms may often otherwise occur, it'3 amaiinK how many times Uoun'a Ktv* hart'py relief — help the 15 miles of kidney lubes and lilter* flush out waste. Get Doan's Fill* today! Valentine Dinner fatty alls tot Hovel Ideas It's the season for wearing your cart on your sleeve, so you've a ood excuse for throwing » Valen- iie dinner party. It's easy to bring lie cupld theme into your menu ibs way. Introduce the subject with gay red cranberry Juice cocktail. Tor the main course, serve either of he following: 1. Individual deviled am souffles. Make a white sauce s for a souffle and then fold in he deviled ham and stiffly beaten gg whites'. Bake *" tu individual reased casseroles at 350 degrees *. for *5 minutes. 2. Individual lam loaves. In muffin pans place rushed pti-.eapple mixed with a ittle brown sugar and butler or nariarine. Center each cup wilh a cherry and over this pub tlie ground ham mixture. Bake at 350 degrees P. for 45 minutes. Sweet potatoes, broccoli or peas, and tomato salad make a nice menu completion for either of these dishes. For ucs.wrt, serve angel lood cake crowned with frozen strawberries and, whipped cream. Here's a novel centerpiece idea—on a white tablecloth lay n large red paper heart. Outline the ' heart with Memle.sjs pink sweet peas ' and make an arrow through the heart with the sweet peas. Pink candles add the linal touch. Shy Creatllrfs? Mountain lions, contrary to nlu- lime stories of their bloodlliirstj exploits, arc so shy that many for- ; est ^ rangers have never seen one! ^ outside of a zoo. ^7 ^*—^ COFFEE. ..SUPERBLY BLENDED AND ROASTED THE NO. 1 COFFEE IN THE MIDDLE WEST LUTTRELL S SPECIALS No. 2 can Turnip or MUSTARD GREENS No. 2 can Standard TOMATOES Fresh Pack, 303 Size, Blackeye or CROWDERPEAS No. 1 Tall Can .!oan of Arc KIDNEY BEANS Large size box OXYDOL-DUZ 23 C Old Judge COFFEE Lb-cn-Sr Fresh. Top Quality PURE LARD 4^;;, 49 C in Carton, Clean FRESHEGGS D()/ 35 C Fine Qualify CORN MEAL 25!i98 c Pure While CANESUGAR 101 89 Nationally Famous PET MILK 32135 C U.'S. No. 1 finality POTATOES 10, , )S 33 Firm, Fresh Green CABBAGE 3,,, 10' Hi-Life. Nutritious DOG FOOD 3<? n 'i 21 C Home-dressed FAT FRYERS ,..,„. 42 C Country-Style PORK SAUSAGE ,,19° Fresh GROUND BEEF hb 37 C Mealy, economical PORK RIBS U) 29 C Lean, delicious PORK CHOPS ,,,37°' Krey Mello SLICED BACON U) 33 Full-flavored SLAB BACON It) 35 C Cello Wrapped BACON SQUARES , 19 Strcak-O-Lean SALT MEAT Ih 20 C Special! Kvergood and Joan of Arc CHILI and BEANS ,^49° LUTTRELL'S FINE FOODS Corner of Sixth & Chickosawbo Phone 2011 ffavs ™^ ^^m See Whal You (an Buy lor a Dollar! 3 for $1.00 8 for $1.00 Mission Hawaiian Sliced KIA No. 2 Can PINEAPPLE 3 ro ; 51 PORK&BEANS 8 ,„ 51 Del Monle, No. 2'/ 2 Can Royal Guest, No. 2 can FRUIT COCKTAIL 3 lot 51 RED BEANS 8 for 51 Del .Monfc Bartlcd. No. >iy t can |(; A dark, No. 2 cnn PEARS, HALVES 3 for 51 KIDNEY BEANS 8 , or 51 Nu-'/.cat Swecleiicii, -10 «•/,. BLENDED JUSCE 3 51 Del Monte, Unpeelcd, No. 2(/ 2 Can APRICOTS 3,,,,$1 lielly f.!roc'kcr'.s 9 for $1.00 ' EGGS Miichmore (iiiUk'ii, No. 2 can CREAM CORN 3d SI l!ol ' k!e - v ' Blucke.vc, No. 2 tan PEAS 4 for $1.001 |in f nr $1 "for $1 5f for VI \. G. A., No. 2 cans CHERRIES Stinswcet large, li). pkg. PRUNES Cal. Assl. Flavors, 12 OK. PRESERVES I.OK Ciihin, Mault, 12 ui,. SYRUP 4 r $1 Quality, No. I tall r IGA MILK 4 for SI for 10, or 51 TOMATO SOUP 10 fn ,51 . s«i«d 5 for $1.00 Cal. 'i'op, in syrup, no. 2'/ 2 can SLICED PEACHES Green Oiant, No. 303 can PEAS Van Camps No. 1 can MACKEREL Snyrfer's, H oz. CATSUP 5 3 6 for $1.00 4 , or$1 ROUND STEAK ,,69 Swift's Select BEEF ROAST ,„ 49 Country Style I'nre PORK SAUSAGE 5 ,,,51 For seasoning or frying „ SALT PLATES 6 ,„ $1 for **'• Slreak O' Lean . ' .' ' 5,,,, 51 SALT MEAT 4 fc $1 Lean and Mealy 5 r ,, t5 1 NECK BONES 8 „ $1 Tender 5,, r $1 PORK LIVER 4 „„ $1 SI 5 }\)S Tender $1 PORK LIVER Sugar cured SMOKED JOWLS Triumph POTATOES 10 , hs 49 c Hulk 6 ,„, $1 TURNIPS 3 „„ 10' Seaside, No. 2 can LIMA BEANS KJA while, No. :iO,'l can Jtoitie bcauly CREAM CORN 6 fot $1 APPLES 2 ,„„ 15 l>cl .Mai/.c, whole Kernel Maxwell Mon.se, I-'olgcrs, Old Judge NIBLETSCORN 6 r «, $1 COFFEE Coni-slock Sliced No. 2 Maxwell lidiisc, t'olgcrs, Old Judge PIE APPLES 6 fo, $1 COFFEE Topflile Hi and \VI itc S til CLOTHESPINS 6*«. 51 TOILETTISSUE 20 tm 51 Annoiir's •! l /i O/,, POTTED MEAT 12^51 K;A -I i/ 2 o/.. HOMINY 12 for I'ill.sbury's Mcst 1 for 51 FLOUR 25 ,, )S T KiA Brand. No. 2 Can His Lh. Tin 76° 7? c I L for 7 for $1.00 .Miichmore cut. No. 2 Can GREEN BEANS Nu-7,ea(, Sweelcncd, No. 2 tan ORANGE JUICE SI 7 r ,,rS1 APPLESAUCE 8 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING! EASIER SHOPPING-LOWER PRICES MAYS P IGA SUPER MARKET 421 So. 21st, Highway 18 Blytheville, Ark. I

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