The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1950 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 2, 1950
Page 10
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, PAGE. TEN Nutritional Value Needed in Salads Sour Cream Used In Tosty Pineapple, Cabbage Combination Bam cream is one of tlte dairy foods now In plentiful supply. High In nutritional value, it combines wonderfully with many of the fruits »nd vegetables now on the list of fooris in abundant supply during February. Iceberg lettuce and cabbage are on the list. Use thorn with sour cream In this unusually delirious salad for your next buffet supper. Cupbage, Pineapple aiid Sour Cream Salad (Serves 8-10) One-halt ptnt sour cream. ',4 cup Frenlh dressing, 1 No. 2'i can sliced pineapple, 2 table.spoons grated onion, 1 small green cabbage, sliretided, 1 'green pepper, finely • sliced, ',i head Iceberg lettuce, shredded. Beat sour cream until thick. Slowly beat in well-seasoned French dressing. It should be the consistency of mayonnaise. Chill. Drain chilled" pineapple slice* and cut into small pieces. Shred .cabbage and lettuce. Using a large bowl, combine cabbage lettuce, pineapple, Rrecu pepper and onion. Pour in sour cream dressing. TO.SS well. Chicken, also oil the list of plcn- tlfuls, combines deliriously with sour cream. Chicken Paprika and Sour Cream (Serves 4-6) One young chicken (2'i pounds), 1 teaspoon salt, 3 tablespoons butter, ^4 cup sliced onions, -> tablespoons chopped green pepper, 2 teaspoons paprika, teaspoon dry mustard, dash pepper, 1 \'i c n P s chicken stock or water. 1 teaspoon flour, 1 cup sour -cream. Clean chicken; cut into frying •l» pieces. Sprinkle wllli salt. Melt butter (using a low flame) in skillet. Add onions and green pepper and allow to simmer until slightly browned. Add chicken and brown well on both sides. Add paprika, mustard, pepper and chicken stock or wntcr. Cover stlllet tightly and Rllow to «ook over a low flame lor one hour or until tender. Stir one teaspoon of flour Into •our cream. Pour this mixture over chicken and allow it to cook 5 minutes longer. Serve immediately. BLYTHEVTLLE (AHJO COURIER • NEWS THURSDAY,FEBRUARY 2, 1950 Smoked Picnic Neat Package Of Goodness Neatest little package of goodness and economy on the market fc a smoked picnic. First cousin to a smoked ham, the picnic comes from the forenjuarter of Hie animal, while tht hum is from the UtmiquttrLci'. It is similar In anpens'ance and flavor to a ham but weighs scvcra pounds less. Because of its size, a smoked ptc- nic Is ideal for the small fiuutly and Is as easy (o prepare ns a ham. With a brown sugar glnzc and a fnw porky garnishes, a picntc is every bit H.S Te.sti\e as a ham for a company meal. The smoked picnic requires somewhat- longer cooklup, lime per pound than a ham bc- catise it Is more muscular. Smoked plrnlcs, sometimes caller "cali hams," nre available In twr types — uncooked and cooker: (ready-lo-eal). Like a cooked ham the ready-to-eat picnic require* only neat ing through — apptoxi mntely 10 minutes per pound. Here's how to prc]>are a hand home and feood tasting &makcd. picnic: linked Ornnjrr I'lonlc Smoked picnic, 4 to 6 pounds *! cup brown sngsir Grated rim! and juice of 1 ora Orange slices Whole cloves Place picnic on a rack In a pre heated 325 decree F. oven. For ai uncooked picnic, bake 30 minutes t the pound; heal a cnokwt picnic I minutes per pound. Half an hou before the end of the baking Urn remove picnic from the oven. Wit a sharp knife, cut the fat surfa< into squares or diamonds fscore Mix brown .siipar v.'ith orange Julc tind rind and spread over fat. Usln whole cloves, slick a few half orange slices and maraschino cherries on the ham and finish baking. The last 10 minute. 1 ;. Increase the oven henfc to -100 degrees F. to finish browning. If desired, substitute plnapplc Juice for orange Juice and garnish with a pineapple Hover miuie from a slice of pineapple cut Into wedges to form petals and a maraschino cherry for the center Money Wasn't Enough, 'hieves Added Humility MEMPHIS, Tenn.. >'cb. 5, (/r> — ivo holdup mm stripped a filling tatlon of $33 yesterday—and that •asn't all. Before they left they made Night Manager D. M. McAfee and his rolhcr-in-law. James T. lllndman. Isiobe, MacAfce said. Then they hut the two men In a washroom, til tlie telephone lines and look off Ruling ot Students LI1TLK ROCK. Fell. 2. *AP) — I'he attorney general's office said yesterday r.hat children of school age liviiif? in .state ImLfhition.s in jitilc Rock are legally enumerated ,n school uislrieUs in which their :iarents reside, The opinion went to J. W. Gaily Suite Department of Educatioi .oans anrt records supervisor, who had asked the slaws of young in male. 1 ; of the Arkansas deaf am uHnil schools in the annual schoo cnmmicratir,n. Russia Blamed For Halting Talks On Atom Control I,AKE SUCCK-SS. Feb. J. (/P) The United Nations made public vestenlay a fh'e-imwer letter blam- ng ihc Soviet Union for disrupting secret talks on atomic energy control. The letter was sent to all 59 Unit- eil Nations, including Russia. It is Die formal followup of a decision by the United States, France, China. , Britain and Canada (o tell why the atomic talks were, interrupted. Jacob A. Malik. Soviet deputy | foreign minister, walked out of tile secret meeting Jan. 19 when the other live refused to ousv the Nationalist China leprcsonlative. There is no .sin" as to when he will return The record of the meeting shows that the five members decided to consult Informally until the talks are resumed on a six-power basis. Phone 591 PROOF AGAIN THAT YOU SAVE MORE AT WARDS Social Security, Broader in Scope, Is Recommended WASHINGTON, Fell. 12 <AP) — r'-^ederal old age benefits for all aged people, with eacli generation paying Ha own bill, was recommend eel ycs- ;*erdiy by a Senate witness. ' The Rt. Rev. Msgr. John O'Orndy recommended in a statement for • tfce 'Senate, finance committee that niouth. »11 aged people should be .so protected whether they have paid into the plan or not .At a minimum of 'f25 each a month this would cost |e,MO.OOO,(XK) a year, he estimated. •TJnder universal coverage in old- •ge and survivors Insurance, . the system could lie set up on a pay- as-you-go basis," O'Grady, secretary of the National Conference of ..Catholic Charities, said. The committee Is considering various pro- .'posals for expanding social security benefits. "This would mean that each generation would be brought face to face with the cost of maintaining ite own aged," O'CVrady said. "I know that the immediate cost "of take care of the aged of our , generation will be quite large. 'Hie i . problem facing the next generation ' will, however, be much larger. "It may be that the immediate facing of the. situation will eon- front us with new problems in find- Fifth Armored Division Given Inactive Status PORT SMITH. Ark., Feb. 12. (AP> —The Fifth Armored Division reverted to inactive status yesterday. The Fifth, commanded by Colonel Frank T. Scarcy, was sent to Camp Chaffee. near here as a training division for new troops when the camp wns reopened shottly after the close of World War II. Col. Searcy said no special ceremony was held. The reactivation was ordered by Defense Secretary Johnson as part of a huge armed services economy move. IS THE SECRET OF A Backward River The fabulous horse with-its head where its tail ought to be has n counterpart in n short river In the state of Maine, which has a delta Hi it.s head instead of at its First American-built, locomotive to make a successful demonstration run was Peter Cooper's "Tom Thumb," on Aug. '2&, 1830. ing employment for the aged rather than retiring them and placing them on pensions." Enjoy this Spanish style recipe for 1 package M.ifrose Dried Beef (-( ounces) Vj dip chopped onion 3 tablespoon* VcRaca Ma.rtrirtn4 2 tablespoons chopped gieca 1 !/i cups watrr 2 teaspoons Worcc5(cnhif« Sauce 3 tablespoons floi 1 10'/3-ounce ran tomato soup Yi teaspoon celery ulc Y& teaspoon basil Y% teaspoon pepper 3 cups cooked rice Chop dried beef. Paniallj* brown onions in Ve»aco. Add dried beef and green t»ep|>er. Continue browning. A<iti flour and brown. Dilute tomato soup with water. Add soup. Worcestershire Satire and season- inf;* to dried beef niixmir- Slir until sauce thickens. Simmer for 10 minutes. Serve on hoi rice. Get Mayrose SLICED DRIED BEEF u T»t ST. LOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING CO. Si. Louii, Mo. AY'S GITY SUPER MARKET Trained Young Lady •as Premising Future Miss Bobbie Benedict, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, A, V, Benedict of Trask- %"ood, A rkaiisas. is a graduate of Glenrose High School, MaLvcrn t Arkansas. I m- meclialcly after graduating from high school , M iss Benedict entered Draughon School ot Business in I^it- Ue Rock to prepare herself fot pcrm;incnt and profitable business employment. Miss Benedict is employed a:secretary with F'ont.-s Hrothcr> Hardware Company, Little Hock. Through her training by the competent inslruclors at Draughon. she was thoroughly qiialiTietl foi this type, of employment upon her completion of related business courses. Draughon School of Business »Vx\ conducts a sysWuiMlSc tree employment service, to assist their graduates in securing Die more preferred type of position? immediately xipon qualificntion. tXiring Ux; past year T one liundnxi per cent of all thoroughly qualified students have been placed. The Draur-hon School of Biisi- MCSS is the only private business college in Arkansas Uiot K fuily accreditwl and approved by tht Slate Department of Education. Now m its 4Sth continuous year of operation, the Draughon Scliool Is one of the oldest business training schooi.i in the South, anil poinls with pi id c to nsorc than fiO.OOO gradualcp. Tf you desire information re- ga rd in R any type of businrs: training, >'ou arc invitetl to wriU DPAUGHON SCHOOL OK 13US1- NKSS, LiUW Hock, Arkansas There is no obligation whatever on your part. 109-111 West Main Phone 2668 ™H.AS.S PR , N6 FABR.CS , N AT LOW PRICES! 63 cKc . 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