The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1950 · Page 16
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October 12, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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SIXTEEN BLYTHEVTU,E Saucepan Cookies Quickly Made And Can Be Shipped to Gl's Easily . to make, easy to ship, these eooktat are Ideal (or sending to thc< children si college or the boys In th« Mtvter. Only one saucepan is needed to mix all the Ingredients. The cookies ire Die old-fashioned kind studded with whole morsels of semi-sweet chocolate nnd nut.s. They are baked In one large shallow pan, can be cut Into squares exactly the size to fit the box chosen (or mailing. As A variation, they can be cub into finger-size strip: to serve at teatime to the (oiks at home. To pack cookies for mailing, cut • long strip of cardboard to make > divider the length of the box. Then pack one stack of cookies and cut a small piece of cardboard to divide that stack from the ndjoin- Ing one. These cookies will ship well both because of their texture and (he tigril, efficient fashion in which they are packed. Quirk Saucepan Cookies (Approximate]}- 48 2'JHnch squares! Two and three-quarters cups sifted all-purpose flour. Z\<, teaspoons baking powder. '4 toasponn snlt, 2J3 cup shortening. -"; c::p~ fl pound* brown sugar. 3 eggs. 1 cup chopper! nuts, 1 package semi-' ssveet chocolate. Sift (lour with baking powder and salt. Melt shortening in a large saucepan <2'4 !o 3 quarts), stir in the brown sugar and allow to cool slightly, neat In eggs, one at K time. beaiing well after each addition. Add flour mixture, chopped nuts and semi-sweet chocolate. Blend well. Turn into greased pan (irj'i Inches by 16!4 inches by ?i inch). Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 25 to 30 minutes. When almost cool, cut into desired squares or strips. Chocolate Fudge Rounds (4 dozen rookies) One-half cup shortening, ^ sugar, 2 eggs. IV, cups sifted all- purpose flour. <& teaspoon baking powder, W teaspoon salt, 1 package semi-su-eet cJiocolate, melted ;j teaspoon vanilla, !i cup chopped nuts. Cream shortening, add sugar gradually, blending together until light and fluffy. Add eggs, one at • time, beating well after each addition. Sift flour with the baking powder and salt. Add to mixture- blend well together. Add melted chocolate, vanilla and nuts. Mix thoroughly. Drop by teaspoonfuls on an »n- grea.wd baking sheeL Top with additional chopped nuts if desired. Bake In a moderate oven (375 degrees F.) about IS minutes. size cup Hamburger Soup Favorite Lunch "Soup's on" In i hearty . way »*«n its made with good tasting hamburger. For a schoo!-clay lunch hamburger.soup Is just the thing to satisfy hungry appetites. Haraburge^Vegetable Soup 3 tablespoons /at .ti cup chopped onion M cup chopped green pepper Vt pound ground beef 1 cup tomato juice H cup diced potatoes 1 tablespoon salt I cups milk 3 tablespoons flour Melt fat in a heavy pan and pan- fry onions and green pepper until tender. Add ground beef and cook until lightly browned, breaking up thoroughly. Add tomato juice, potatoes, carrots and salt. Cover and Government Says Food Supply Good How much food do we have on hand? That's a natural question for homemakers to ask in times like these—nnd the answer should put the brakes on any tendency to hoard food. It comes from the cold storage report of the Production and Marketing Administration, u. S. Department of Agriculture. September 1 found more than 32 billion pounds of food on hand in the country's storage bins. This exceeds September 1940 stocks by 137 million pounds nnd equals average holdings for the past five years. Oreatcr-than-avcrnge holdings of frozen fruits and vegetables brought total stocks to 460 and 362 million pounds, respectively. Creamery butter stocks hit an all- lime hish for any month since 1910 to 237 million pounds. Previous record «-as 232 million pounds, Oct. 1. 1943. Butter supplies are almost 90 per cent larger than average for this time of year and 50 per cent larger than a year ago. Also. American cheese holdings broke all records. Total slocks of beef, pork and meal products reached 482 million pounds on September 1. larger than a year ago. but below average for the 5-years ending in 1943. Frozen poultry stocks jumped 21 per cent above September last year, but fell 20 per cent short of average. Hadacol Helps Arkansas' Oldest Timber Estimator He Suffered Deficiencies of Vitamins HI, B2, Niacin anrl Iron bring to a boll. Reduce "heat and simmer until vegetable- are tender about 20 minutes. In a small bo-.vi make a thin paste of flour and a little milk. Add to hot soup, then add remaining nillk. stir until thickened. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serves 4. SLICED BACON Crisp, Tender, Tatty S«rv» ft for bre*H«f. lunch or Kjpp«r. Good Meat IS THE SECRET OF A ' *""" '/, t.o.pcon „„,„,, I m«.h«i .«r,.t potato*! (about 7 msdiim,) Pl«« sausage in skillet. Do not piorcc casing Arid water Cover and steam about 5 mir,m,.,. D™i n Pan.fry ","i .lightly brosvn. Turn «,„.„„„ frequently. P ollr off .4,s" go dripping ami save. Whip together sweet potatoes orance juice, nutmeg ami J.< cup drippings Reason to taste- PI In a shallow baking dish about IO"xG".v2". Arr.nn'go musn™ on top. Bake in a moderate oven (350° F.) for 30 minuira Get Mayrose PORK SAUSAGE ST. LOUIS •NDEPENDENT PACKING CO. B. J. Chandler, 518 Ijicer Blvd.. In- Hot Springs National Park. Ark.. wtU be 85 years old In October and Is believed to be the oldest timber estimator in Arkansas. He feel.s better now than he has in a long time since HADACOL, ha-T helped him relieve deficiencies of Vitamins Bl, B2, Niacin, arid Iron. Here is Mr. Chandler's statement: "I suffered with aches and pains In the shoulders, hips and knees, it \va.s almost impossible to sleep and 1 had lost my appetite. HADACOL has none me more good thany anything else, I have taken about 35 bottler of HADACOL. The pains have been greatly reduced." Why HAnACOL Gives Such Fine Results HADACOL dees not Just bring symptomatic relief—HADACOL now mnkcs it possible to actually relieve the cause of aches and pains In the shoulders, legs and arms, certain nervous disorders, and a general run-down weakened condition due to such deficiencies In your system HADACOL not only supplies deficient system.'! with extra quantities of Vitamins Bl. B2. iron, and Niacin out also helpful amounts of important Calcium and Phosphorus Clements so vita) to help maintain good health and physical fitness. Why Thcw. Vitamins and Minerals Come In Liquid Form There's a very good reason wh\ HADACOL comes In special liquid form. These precious Vitamins and Minerals arc easily and quickly absorbed into the blood stream this way—ready to go right to work. A big improvement is often noticed within a few days. non't B« A •nonhllnr Thomas' After roartlng ifr. Chandlers wonderful experience with HADACOL— how can you doubt that this great new nutritional formula will help you if your .system lacks Vitamins Bl, B2, Iron, and Niacin? What HADACOL did for Mr. Chandler. It can do for you if you're suffering annoying aches nnd pain.s and » general run-down weakened condition due to such deficiencies. So what are yon waiting for? Don't you see that HADACOL Js the kind of product you should start taking Immediately! Sold On A Strict Monr.v-B*cV Guarantee HADACOL even helps build up the hemoglobin of red blood cells (when Iron is needed) to course through your body, carving these great health-building elements to every body organ—to every part of the body. No wonder HADACOL helps yon feel wonderful. Be fair lo yourself! Give yourself break If you have such deficiencies! Why continue to drag yourself around—a burden to yourself and your family—n-hct. relief may be as close at hand as your nearest drugstore If your system lacks Bl. B2. Niacin. and Iron. This great HADACOL Is Inexpensive, too— cosls only a small amount n day. Trial size, only $i. Zs . r,srge family or hospital size. 43.50. yrlshl ISM, th. LeBlanc Corpot.- (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, O<?TOBER 12, Armo Cut GREEN BEANS 25c No. 2 Cans Garden Gold SWEET GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 23 ( ^ Not low prices now and then, or her* and there—but fow prices EVERY DAY and EVERY WHERE! That's our way of doing business and you benefit from it by saving many a penny every time you shop her* ... pennies that quickly add up to nickels, dimes and dollars saved on your food bills. For proof—compare our values . . . item by ite m. . . brand by brand . . . size by size . . . price by price. Compare — then come pore your food costs! Libby's Rich Red Chum SALMON Tall Can 50c 1 TOMATO JUICE 46;&25g Libby's California Fancy PEACHES Libby's Diced Fruit No. 2'/ 3 Cans > 46 oz. Can COCKTAIL Evaporated PET MILK No. Can 35* Tall Cans Domino SUGAR 10^950 Cranberry SAUCE Assorted GUM Old Time 2 Tall Cans 3 Pkgs. -yr , J ^^ Yellow JX / ^^ Onions 3 Sweet Juicy Texas : r ' Oranges - 5 ib bag 39c V. SAUSAGE^,294 G? E IBEANS 2, B ,250 Fresh Pullett • " ...... r EGGS o~ 35^ Liberty & Coffee Shop COFFEE U 690 RoscilKl MMA BEARS.. 2 c... 250 For Halting— 3 I,. Can SNOWDRIFT 850 Crushed— No. 2 Can Yello OLEO- *. 25( Lux, Camay or Red Washed POTATOES 10 '£290 I'orfo Rican ^ WEE lf»! ATOK CELERY 2,„ 150 PINEAPPLE 190 '^^mg^ Budget Queen SLICED BACON Wilson Certified Shoulder or CHUCK ROAST Fresh Dressed FRYERS Beef BRISKET STEW Quick Frozen Fresh SHRIMP - • - Frtsh Pure Pork SAUSAGE - - Lb. Lb. - • ib. 55c ^SSfei 33: "• LARD 4 ";,.„ 69c The PKUSH That Refreshes COCA-COLA Q ,,750 Argo 2 £250 LOW Every Day PRICES

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