The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1952 · Page 15
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July 24, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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r THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1952 Con Opener Is Modern Cook's 'Wand' The modern cook's mask- wand 1* her can opener. When she needs meals in a, hurry, this takcn-for- granted "gadget" «'!» yield com- ptpte meals in a matter of minutes. One of Uifl handlMt of canned meats. Tlie wide variety offered in lorlay'.s food siore.i makM meal Iila lining a breeze. Not only are fanned meals varied and easy to u^e. but they're also economical. There's no bone, no waste. Here's a tasty recipe using canned ULiifUDoia meaL today's to{> selling canned moat item. Haked with piue- apple and glnzecf ivIUi brown su- P^i'. it's a perfect riinnei- dish. y Lum-hrun Mftit-PIiicapple Slacks 1 ran luncheon mcnt 4 iJifcs canned pineapple ] : cup brown siingt* 2 lablrspooiu pineapple syrup Whole t'loves Cut the luncheon meal into four lengthwise* pieres. Srore meat by niakijjg diagonal cuts across the ttip rf r-arh slice. Stick sm-eral whole clove.s into the surface of the meat. Place ffu'h f>Uce of luncheon meM nn n pineapple slice flj:d place in a prre; j .!;ed shftl!o\v but; Sue; pan, Mix browji" .sHsar and pii:eupp]p Jui- • . and spread over meat, to ?lnzn. BnVc hj a 330 F. oven for 30 minutes. Ens!* occasionally during baking pefiod. 4 servings. BLYTHEVTtLE fARK.) CQCTBBR Wholesale Food Prices Move Down YORK I/Pi— Wholesal* food prirrs. as m ensured by the Dun & Brfldstreet fonci index, tipoeri Downward this week after riDiiig In the Ihrrc previous wook.^. AL Sfi.59 the index noippareti with |f).61 last vcoek and was rfo\vn 4 «n per cent from the year-ago indRX of 56.90. The Index represents the totnl wholesale cost of 0112 pound e?i:h of 31 foods in geenrnl i:?e Higher this ^ - eek were wheat, oats, bellies, eggs. rai.-Ins and hoi*s. Lower weiv. flour, corn, rye, SUBT- ar, cottonfred oil, cocoa, steers mid lambs. Cold Cuts Offer Much in Way of Summer Variety IJverwiirst. pickle end pimlento loaf, salami, pork loaf and on ami on the list goes of the numerous ready-to-serve meats 5n your meat dealer's display case. They're the .^neats you'll turn to for ea^y menu planning thpfie' summer days and especially for attractive cold meat trays. Variety Is the word in buying "cold" cuts, points out Reba Slaggs. home economist. She suggests that you choose them ^'ith your meat platter In mind, as assortments of light and dark meats, of larse and small loavr* and of various shaped loaves. In arranging your cold meat tray, perhaps you'll want to center It with a molded bing cherry salad, m lime «ntad with pineapple and carrot* or a tomato aspic salad. Using the salad as the center point you can arrange the meats out from it in an attractive manner. Colorful radish rosw and cucumber slices may garnish the meat. Read Courier N*«s Classified Ads RED CROSS MACARONI PRODUCTS Guaranteed Better IK 3 BIG WAYS- OR YOUR -MONEY BACK- H»r« fc Oirr Gvorantca r« Yttm Buy «nd Iry »ny Red Cross Macaroni product. If you don'l finrfi I superior in flavor, lex lure and uniformity loany olhcryou have ever used, return the un- usfci portion of the package to your dealer. Full purchase price will be refunded promptly. SICK? Gall bladder, hi«h blood prrwire. t.ts pains, head pains, nerves, sour stomach? Try VITAL TONE -'-> It may help lo rfmore (he causr. Hundreds hare found "lief Kith VITAL TONE. OWENS DRUG STORE Main and Railroad PAGE FIFTEEN TENDERAY BEEF KROGER GIVES YOU KROGER-CUT Sirloin Steak Waste removed BEFORE Steak is weighed & priced! ORDINARY-CUT Sirloin Steak You pay for the waste of sir/oin steak price / Difference etween -these -hvo Steaks Long end cut off before the steak is weighed and priced. Flat loin bone and waste removed before the steak Is weighed and priced. You pay steak price for this long end which Is stew meat. You pay for this heavy, Hot loin bone & wast*. CHOICE LB. CHOICE LB. CHUCK RIB STEAKS SHORT RIBS BRISKET of BEEF CHL r SARD'fNES TIDE BARBECUE SAUCE SALAD DRESSING U.S. CHOICE Guaranteed Ttender 10 times out of 10 Lb. FRANKS SLAB BACON WHITING •* Corn King Skinless Ib. END CUTS 10 . £ $1.25 Large Size American No. i Can Box BROOKS BRAND DURKEE 4 oz. 15c DOG FOOD 12 JET-NEW No, 300 LOW PRICE Can PRESERVES EMBASSY STRAW BERRY 24 oz. Jar UKEUbPKK Just arrived _ I-arge, luscious Elberu Freestones Run-rijienetl to juicy perfection, then rushed to Kroger at the peak of flavorful goodness. Buy plenty now at this low price for canning and fresh fruit salads or desserts. A Kroger value! PEACHES 2 ibs. 19 C MELONS 49' I Honeydews Vine-Ripe ea. Sugar Sweet TOfUET TISSUE . n r«?, 12 r()lls $1 I FACIAL TISSUE 2 hoxcs 390 [NAPKINS — te 32(l I TOWELS Flpcce LIMES 39 I— I • Largo 9 Box VEL Persian ( Florida Large doz. !2 BABO Cleanser GLOSS'STARCH Largt Box . . ... TOc PALMOLIVE Bath Bars 29< Hy Power TAMALES No. 300 Can . . ., 30< Hy Power CHILI, PLAIN can. SWEETHEART SOAP bath bars 23< Reg. Bar. l!lu-\Vhite FLAKES Box. TREND \\asliing 1'owder Large 21 c CASHMERE BOUQUET Reg. Bar CASHMERE BOUQUET Bath Bars 230 Oclagnn Laundry Soap Bars 230 SOAP 3 ••» FAB Large Box

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