The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 2, 1950
Page 13
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THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1950 Bi.YTHEVtU.E <ARIU COURIER NEWS E THUtTiiKN History and Song Cite Shoo-Fly Pie Sunday Dinner Uses Plentiful Molasses In Pie, Baked Beans ' Bjr flaynor Maddox NKA Staff Wrlttr « ilh molasses plentiful, why not it more In cooking? For Sun, dinner, how about a Shoo-fly pte. famous in both history and song? . Shou-ITy FJc Onc-liall cup brown sugar, % cup phis 2 tablespoons molasses, 1 egg. \-t cup butter, *,£ teaspoon baking soda dissolved in V> cup strong'hot coffee, 1 cup Hour, >.{. teaspoon salt, l ,z teaspoon cinnamon, \'i teaspoon cloves. Mix sugar, molasses and beaten egg. Add melted butter, coffee and soda, sifted flour and spices. Pour hi a deep 9-inch pic tin lined with rich pastry. Dot with crumbs made by mixing 2]3 cup flour, '.£ cup brown sugar and \\ cujj butter. Bake at 400 degrees F. lor 15 minutes or until filling Is set. Do not ovcrbake. Baked beans, forever popular, use molasses wonderfully, too. New Enflahil Raknl Brans (Serves 16) Four cups (2 pounds) dried beans, 4 teaspoons salt, I liirge onion, Mi cup catsup. \-> cup unsulphured molasses. \\ teaspoon sail, 2 teaspoons dry mustard, \'i pound salt pork. Heat .oven to 325 degrees P. (moderately slow), Wash beans. cover generously with cold water; soak overnight. Add salt and. onion. If necessary, arid additional water to cover beans. Cover; bring to boiling point and simmer until beans are tender. Drain and save liquid. •pix catsup, molasses, pepper, nmstard and' 3 cups bean water (add additional water to make 3 cups if necessary). Pour beans, onion and salt pork In bean pot. Ada liquid mixture. Cover. Bake 1*; hours. Uncover. Lift pork to top of beans; bake until pork Is brown (15 to 20 mlnutc-s). Note: For beans with more of the old-fashioned flavor, simmer beans only until half done (skins break). Increase molasses to 1 cup. Bake beans 6 to B hours In slow oven (300 degrees F.). Bridge or Canasta Luncheons Feature Shrimp as Main Dish lettuce cup, cherries for gnrnisl IDEAL BK1OGE ) LUNCHEON—Giving * bridge or CuusU luncheon? If so, serve this wonderful shrimp uid mushroom By Gaynor Madiiox 3 cooked dried prunes rrcam chresp NEA Slaft Wrilcr Giving a bridge or Canasta luncheon? It so, serve thir, wonderful saiad as the main dish: Curried Shrimp and Mushroom Salad (•i servings) One cup shelled Brazil nuls. OTIC 3-ounce can sliced broiled mushrooms, one 5-ounce ean shrimp, \£ cup well-seasoned French dressing, 1 cup diceci celery, \\ cup mayonnaise. ',<j teaspoon salt, \k teaspoon curry powder. Cover Brazil nuts, with cold water. Bring to a boil. Drain and slice the nuts with a very sharp'knife. Drain mushrooms and shrimp, saving broth for use in soup. Place nuts, drained mushrooms and shrimp in bo\vl. Add French dressing and mix thoroughly, tossing lightly with fork. Cover and let stand in cold place for at least 2 hours. When ready to scree, add celery. Blend together and stir in mayonnaise, salt and curry powder. Serve on lettuce and garnish with watercress. Here's another novel salad you will like: Fruit Salad Plate' (Serves 1) 1 ripe Anjou pear. 3 orange slices. rench dressing. Arrange lettuce cup or other sahW 'ecus on a salad plate. Wash, halve id core the pear and dip cut side ' pear in lemon Juice. Arrange irougli the center of the plate. Arrange orange slices on the. back f the plate and place the prunes hlch have been stuffed with ream cheese between the fllves. Garnish pcor halves laraschino cherries.- Serve 'reach dressing. Fresh Tear Cole Slaw (Serves 4) One cup diced Anjon or Hose ifars, 3 cups chopped cabbage, ',£ up salad dressing or mayonnaise, j teaspoon salt. Wash, quarter and dice fresh wars, leaving the skins on. Choi Cabbage coarsely. Mix pears, cah- jage, salad dressing and sail. peur with with Head Courier News Classified Ads Spring Meeting For Pact Nations LONDON, Mar. 2. (il>>— The foreign ministers of Ihc 12 Atlantic Pact nations nrc planning to meet this spring, probably In Europe, the British foreign office said yesterday. A foreign office spokesman said IB meetings of "The Council of the Nirlh Atlantic I'acl" might give the United States, British and French foreign ministers nn opportunity to hnid special big three meetings. Un Washington U.S. Secretary nf Stale Acheson said a meeting of the 1? loreign ministers might well he necessary In the spring.) The spokesman said no date was . set for the meeting, which may be I ne'd in April or May. IX THE I'KOBATK COUll'l' OF .MISSISSIPPI COUNY, ARKANSAS, CIIICKASA\VBA Estate of Archie F. Lovelace, deceased. Last address known: North Franklin St., Blythcvlllc, Arkansas. Date of death, February 4, 1050. Tlie undersigned has been appointed administratrix of the above named decedent. All persons having claims ilgninst the estate must, exhibit them, duly A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT MACARONI-SPAGHETTI PUHE EGO NOODLES authenticated, HI the undersigned within six months from the dale of the llrsl publication of this notice, or they shall be forever hatred and precluded from any benefit In the estate. First notice published Feb. 10. 1950. Onle May Lovelace. Executrix Addrc.v,: North Franklin Street, Hlythevjlle, Arkansas Frank C. Douglas, attorney. 2!16-23-3'2 Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH Kit. talk. Junyli or snerxe without II-Hr oi insecure fnlre. teeth dropping. slipping or wobbling. KASTKRTH holds pi Hies llriurr arul more comfortably This pleasant powder 1ms no gummy. BOoey, pasty tusttr or feeling- Poesn't caiisn tiHUM-ii. ifs alkaline) (non-acid) CJiecks "pinto odor" (diinturc breath] Out l-'AtfTKKTU HI any Urug store. Unpredictable Breakfast Makes Family Affair Gay With breakfast often an unpredictable meal in many homes—dad eating one time \nd the children at staggered times—Easter morning is a graml time for the entire family to sit down together and enjoy •a 'leisurely breakfast. For this morning a bright cheery meal Is 111 order, possibly opening with a grapefruit and orange cup. Sprinkle each cup with a bit of cfflfetloners' sugar and center with a'might maraschino cherry. The tempting main dish for this breakfast or brunch might team crisp bacon curls with cheese- scrambled eggs, says Reba Staggs, home economist. For the appealing cheese flavor add two tablespoons of grated.cheese for each four eggs. .So the bacon will be at its' best, cut each slice in half, roll loosely nnd fnsten with toothpicks. Cook the bacon slowly in a frying-pan over low heat, turning occasionally and pouring off the fat from time to- time 'as it accumulates. When the bacon cuds are golden brown, remove the toothpicks and arrange; the bacon on a hot platter with the cheese-scrambled eggs. For bread, tradition denotes hot cross buns. Treat your COUGH INSIDE-OUT! The way to get nd of that nagging, hnckinjc cough is to dislodge the Khie-Hkc phlegm which causes the tickle. Tafe'e Koocl, old fall's Cou K h 'Syrup: nnd rery quickly thprncmbrBTiea of your throat *nd secretions which tend tn Htish away phli from inxfrfeatit. No woniier BpD'ftslops lie afils coiiKhs-nftcr-coMs. cvon relieves cT| elte coiinh. Doctors prescribe the Gamp KTcdicnLs. fiunrantrcrl to contniti no <!• Harmless even to children. Gel «. hotUi HcH*« Couirh Syrup U>day. Auzzia Henry . • ,, Grocery CKEL SAVER STORE HELP THRIFTY-EASY-DELICIOUS! CRISCO 75 60 Fa/nous Chose & Sanborn's COFFEE Lb. Can Pure W/iite CANE SUGAR 10 £ 89c Miss Del!, Green & White LIMA BEANS- - lOc Juicy Fruit, Spearmint, Doublemint WRIGLEY'S GUM °T 65c Fishers CHEESE 2 Ib. box69c The Pause That Refreshes COCA COLA - - Dole's Crushed PINEAPPLE - - Red Sour CHERRIES - - Case of 24 1 No. 2 Con No. 2 Con 75c 25c 24c FOR BETTER NUTRITION Diamond Springs ~= BUTTER j b . 65c 309 North 6th Joe Strickland • Meat Market VEGETABLES Fresh, firm heads Fresh Red GREEN CABBAGE Ib. 3c POTATOES lOlbbag 35c Fresh Florida Bleached CRISP CARROTS bch 5c CELERY ,- - 2 silks 15t California, 432 size Fresh in cellophane JUICY LEMONS doz 29c TOMATOES - , Ib 2k B" Manager niWQy Ol Manager Nickels In Your Pocket At These Prices Home-killed Fresh FULL DRESSED HENS Home-killed FRESH PORK HAMS 43 Joe Strickland's • COUNTRY SAUSAGE 39 Hest grade, rind-on SLICED BACON 35 Fresh and Lean AGROUND BEEF , b 37 Lean, tender PORK CHOPS ,39 Good quality bccF SIRLOIN STEAK 79 AH meat SKINLESS WIENERS 49 Tender, half or whole SMOKED HAMS 55 Tender" Smoked " PICNIC HAMS ,32 Fresh, crisp CELERY , „ 5 Lady Finger FRESH CARROTS ,L,5< California Crisp • LETTUCE ,,,,5' Texas Green CABBAGE 3,,,, 5' Domino I'ure Cane SUGAR 10 ,!!;• 89° Our Everyday low price PET MILK JH.35- Duz or OXYDCL -..^^W Sunshine BUTTER COOKIES 24 Fresh, ex(r« large COUNTRY EGGS te 34 c Hud Golden I SYRUP 5,^29 : ' - ' I FRESH EGGS DOZ 29 I Siivc lhcs}'ni[i From canned fruits to make 'nourish i n g, r D F r csh i ng milk drinks for uflcr- Hchool siiacka. Liberty Cash Grocery's RICIPE OF THI WEEK Juicy Salmon Loaf ftrrxi'lcnil: March 4, 19.70 V'j cup Pr< Milk 1 ( /j cupi io(t hr*.d 3 Ubl**poon» crumb. (2 J*j, O W> t.lmon liqiud 2 U.ipooni R t.t*J fltlitrJ* Vj tfijpoon l»It 1 ISB , ,'t t«»ipoon p«r[KT Tyrn on oven; let At moderately ilow (350° F.}. Grease well, then dint with flour A quart loaf pan. Mix nEL ingredients well Pack into prepared pen. Bake about 3$ mm., or until firm nnA light brown on top, Loosen tides of loaf with knife; let stand 5 mm, b«. fore turning out. Serve with slices of hard-cooked egg ""d creamed pe*i if de&ired. M.ilccs 4 lervinRi. * Tun it, halibut, haddoclc or canned fish flalcc* can be uvd. Von V ill NetJt PET MILK SALMON PEAS can 12 39 CANNKD PET MILK PURE LARD DOG FOOD AFRESH FISH Fresh RIVER CATFISH ,,,59 C Fresh, lender, FULLY- DRESSED HENS Half or whole ARMOUR'S HAMS Ileil llrand SLICED BACON ;;..,„.31 e Fresh DRESSED FRYERS lt) 49 c Country Pork SAUSAGE 5 , ta .98 c

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