The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1950 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 19, 1950
Page 14
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FACE FOURTEEN JSLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIRR NEWS Here's where I get IBS-Win 5Lbs. SUGAR r 39 Quality SARDINES (Limit G) W0 l. 50 Lb. H;ig Shop! Save! ONIONS Jack Sprat SHOE STRING POTATOES 100 No. 2 Cans, BogaltiKa GREEN BEANS 2 25C Per Doz 290 Golden Ripe ORANGES Value. ..Save! SUGAR CRISP 2 Pte 25(! Reg. 27c KC BISCUIT MIX Phg . 190 Wrigley's Brand CHEWING GUM 3,^100 New low price NECK BONES ,,,12^0 3 LARGE CANS PET MILK 35 C GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose St. Phone 3161 "We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities" After-School Milk Drinks Offer Variety By OAVNOR MADDOX NKA Staff Writer Milk is one o( [he most econmlcal totms of nutrition for your growing children. A quart a day furnishes the amount of calcium needed for a child, dally, as well as other Important nutrients. UVe a l! dnlry foods, milk is an essential part of the child's diet. Give the child a glass at each meal. The fourth glass (to make up the quart) can I* served. In cooked foods or after school in popular milk drinks. Carmel Milk Sh.k. (Serve* 4) Four cups milk, pinch salt., ^ tablespoons cnrmel syrup, vanilla Ice cream or whipped cream. Combine all ingredients and shake vigorously. Serve cold with a spoonful of vanilla Ice cream, or hot with a spoonful of whipped cream. To make carmel syrup: Dissolve 2 cups sugar in ',', cup water [preferably in an aluminum pan). Cover and boll rapidly until syrup thickens. Remove cover and cook over low heat until syrup is amber color. Remove from heat and slowly add one cup boiling water. Relurn to heat and continue to cook over low heat until carmel melts (about 3 or 4 minutes). Makes about Ml cups, Store In » tightly covered Jar In a cool place Milk 'n 1 Honcr Pour cups milk, 6 'tablespoons honey, pinch salt, 2 eggs, well beaten. Add milk, honey and salt to beaten eggs. Shake well and serve. Chocolate whip Two squares bitter chocolate, 1 cup hot water, 1:3 cup sugar] 5 cups milk, 'A teaspoon vanilla, 1 egg white. 2 tablespoons sugar. Melt chocolate in top of double boiler. Add hot water and cook over direct hent until slightly thickened, stirring constantly. Add sugar and milk. Return io bottom half of double boiler and allow Io cook 5 minutes longer; chill. Beat egg white until stiff. Orad- ually add sugar and continue beating until stiff an d dry. Add vanilla. For beaten egg while Into chill ed chocolate milk mixture just before pouring Into Individual glasses. Golden Fritters Brighten Many A Plain Meal Serve golden fritters to dress up a plain meal. Prepare deep fat fried treats with meat or with vegetables or fruit to accompany the meal course. According to cookery expert Reba Staggs. the point to remember In frying fritters Is to keep the lard at 360 P. temperature. At this Jon' temperature the fritters will be cooked through by the time th« outside surface is browned. What Miters to serve? If the refrigerator reveals leftover roasl, or sleak, here is the homcinakcr's answer. Presh meat may be used also—sliced, cubed or ground. Or the, selection can be made from a number of the ready-to-serve meats. Crisp vegetable frittfr.5 are often made with whole kcrner corn, carrots, sweet potatoes or turnips. Common main course (ruit fritters include pineapple, banana and apple. Popcorn Found To Be Excellent Packing Material PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 12. Popcorn Is a pretty good substitute for excelsior — saving us much as 75 In packing expense and 30 per cent In mailing cost — says & New York shipper. The Idea of usine popcorn In packages won an award yesterday lor Harlok Frick at the Society of Industrial packaging «nd Materials aHndling Engineers Exposition. Friclc is a 33-year-old shipper lor Winthrop Stearns. Inc., Rens- salaeiy.N. Y., pharmaceutical firm. Spokesmen for the exposition said the popcorn idea really works. A package wrapped with shredded paper that weighs nine puonds ;*Snld.. tip the scales' at only sin (Clpacked with popcorn. -•The- fact Is. they said, that "one pound of popcorn can do the work of Jive pounds of shredded paper." (here is less chance of breakage, In addition, the spokesman said. there is less chance of breakage. Frick's wife reported when her husband was overseas, she shipped him a package of popcorn-bound cookies ....... and not one cookie was broken when received. Ham Is Popular, Even 'Leftover' Hani is such a popular itetn In family memis that leftover ham recipes always are In demand. Here's a good way to serve hntn the second time so that It will taste entirely different. In a little fat, cook until soft 1 chopped onion and *,'• green pepper, chopped. Arid a No. 1\-t can tomatoes, drained, and season with salt, pepper and tobasco sauce or chili powder to taste. Add 2 cups gromid or finely chopped ham and simmer slowly for half an hour. Serve over fluffy boiled rice or spaghetti and accompany with a salad of crisp greens and crusty French bread. Another clever way to ground leftover ham Is I In a meat loaf. For a fine flavor I combination serve the ham loaf with R bright red sauce made from canned whole cranberry sauce. While Sands National Monument In New Mexico Is the world's largest field of pure gypsum. SUBSTITUTE FOK MEAT MACARONI-SPAGHETTI ESS NOODLES MY SYRUP'S SMACKIN' GOOD EATIN'i" BrvrRat&t This synip Kivpfi you real old-plnnlnlion flavor . . . phis FOOD IKON fi> r od red THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1950 *vfffosf Seefywtto twf*s*4- KROGER • TENDERAY/ MORE MEAT FOR YOUR MONEY... GUARANTEED FRESH AND TENK1! CHUCK ROAST - - - - Ib. 63< U. S. Graded Good or Choice , RIB ROAST ..... -Ib. ' U. S. Graded Good or Choice ROUND STEAK - - - - Ib. 89< 45< U. S. Graded Good or Choice PORK SAUSAGE I-Lb. Balls Armour Star SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. U. S. Graded Good or Choic* SUGAR U A il C Tennessee SHANK CURED II A IV! 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Save ,,p to 15c a pound Buy, 3 Ib 2.25 KROGER COFFEE ^'S' ""'SIC Colorado Mountain Grown Fresh Beets ,<„. 10f Colorado Mountain Grown Fresh Green Beans Lb . 10< Mississippi Stringiest ^•••^^••M^^n • • ^h. Coffe* Ib. 79C CAN WIN 510,0000* CASH MOKE'S EVERY PRIZE DOUBLED - . . if you attach the dated end from a Hot-Dated Coffee bag, or J tear-off strip from Kroger Coffee can! CAMAY SOAP Cashmere Bouquet Toilet Soap 2 Bath Bars Hi Ho Crackers Box 310

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