PAGE FOURTEElf . BI.YTHEV1LLE fARK.V COURIER NEWS EBERDT'S GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose St. Phone 3161 T/ie Home of Real Savings PET MILK Large Can (Limit 3} Famous Laundry Sunn P&GSOAP Large bar IVORY SOAP Tide, Duz or OXYDOL per bar ... ca. Giant size 800 Wonderful new cereal SUGAR CRISP 2 for 290 Kellogg's CORNFLAKES 150 No. .IDS-cnn 1Z0 Rose Dale LIMA BEANS BACON Dexter SI iced Bacon— Lean, Delicious Lb, 45 Broadcast SPAGHETTI & MEAT 290 Cau 490 Fine Flavored Salmon CHUM SALMON Crisp, fresh CELERY Slalk i00 1 Fresh LEAFLETTUCE ,„„ 10(i Large, firm DELICIOUS APPLES Tasty Fish for An Economical Dinner. . , Lb. Prices Good Fri. & Saturday We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities THIS WEEK Come Out to Eberdt's Gateway Store THURSDAY, 'NOVEMBER », 19M MACINTOSH APPLE Is a. delicious treat for this healthy n mcn«ii boy. An even bigcer (real Is (he old-fashioned apple pl«. Wise Housewife Can Utilize Apple to Brighten Her Table By GAVNOR MADDOX XEA Stalf WHIcr | U'e rode on a truck through a! New Jersey apple orchard. It was a] (racrnnt and wonderful experience.! We came home with these two| recipes, both Rood for health and the Thankylving season. Olcl-Fasl'ioned New Jersey Apple Tie ' , One recipe plain pastry. Q large! Atclntosh apples. •?, cu]i brown sugar, firmly packed, 'i teaspoon salt, 'i teaspoon cinnamon, "i teaspoon nutmeg, '.$ teaspoon grated lemnn rind, 1 tablespoon lemon juice. 2 tablespoons butter, 2 tablespoons milk, if der-ireri. Line 9-inch pip pan with plain pastry dough according to your favorite recipe: or. use pie cnisl mix. Pare apples and slice. Blend sugar, sail, spices, grated rind, and lemon juice. Fill pastry shell with npples, sprinkle with sugar mixture, anrt dot with butter. Moisten edge of crust with water before covering w.ith top crust Press crust edges load her.' Brush crust with milk, if desired. Bake hi hot oven f<1S[) decrees F.) for 10 minutes; reduce heat to moderate '350 degrees F.) and bake for 45 in 50 minutes. Apple Tic with Mincemeat Six Stnyman apples, 4 tablespoons raisins. !i cup firmly packed brown sugar, 1 tablespoon lemon juice. H cup mincemeat. 4 tablespoons cider or apple Juice^ 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, plain pastry dough (enough for two-crust 0-inch pie), Line 0-inch pie plate with one- half of pastry dough: peel, core and slice npples and put Into pie shell, leaving space in center of pic. Sprinkle apples with raisins, sugar and lemon juice. Blend mincemeat with cider or apple Juice, .and fill center of pie with mixture. Dot with butter. Moisten edge of pie crust, cover with top crust and press firmly together. Brush crust with milk. Bake pie in hot oven (450 degrees p.) for 10 minutes: continue baking at moderate temperature (350 degrees F.) for 45 to 50 minutes. - ; Variety of Ways to Make Meat Balls Make up your favorite ground meni mixture, hut in place of the usual meat loaf prepare meat halls, supgcsts home economist Reba 3tae?s. The ways of varying meat halls are numerous — chances In Teat combinations, the other In- veriicnts, the seasonings and the 'uce. As lor the jrneal mixture, use •iy combinations you would for a meat loaf. Ground apple, potato or chopped parsley may be nricicri to the mixture. The seasonings may include thyme, basil or dry mustard. The sauce in which to cook and serve the meat balls mic;ht be a sweet-sour combination, a mushroom or tomato sauce. Meat balls .'a—sauce are popular 'over epg High Yield of Wheat COALDALE. Alta. W/— Soft spring wheat yielding 64.5 bushels lo the acre was delivered to a southern Alberta elevator this fall By John . Lcngycl. district farmer. His wheat I suffered only slight frost damage and grader! N'o. 2 C. W. When you buy a 25 or 50-lb. bag of Pillskry's BEST Flour Turin MANY OTHERS, TOO I I rolalo Mather • Ratlcr Whip I Mixing .Spoon • Spntnla I Tea Strainer » Can Opener \ Carer • Paring Knife luith Guard j !________ j -Slarl today! Get a fullset of these handy kilHicn helpers ... made of sturdy, rusi- resiptanl melnl. Gel one at no extra cost raeh lime yon buy a 25 or 50-lb. bag of I'illslniry'f Host Flourinspcrlal-pnrk bay. Piltsbury'g Hesl is the famous all-ptir- pose, quality flour. Makes light, londrr. crusty bucnils. Gel some today ... with kitchen tool «t no extra cost. OET^YOURS AT YOUR / GROCER'S TODAY! Cabbage, Apples Give Food Budget a Break Foi- good for little money, gather ujj some at mose cabbages and apples In your local shops. Both of them .packed with vitamins, they offer a lucky break for the family budget. Look lor heads ol cabbage that are firm and heavy for their size. Notice the stem end. it should be closely (rimmed, that. Is, the stem should be cut close to the head, and all except 3 or 4 of the outer wrapper leaves should be removed. These leaves should be green and fresh looking. Avoid, head-, of btiec which have yellow leaves, are othei-M-lse discolored. They may he past their prime, or may be affected by some other form of Injury. Pour tablespoons fat, i quart shredded cabbage, 2 cups chopped cooked corned beef, salt, pepper vinegar. Melt fat in a fry pan. Add the cabbage and corned beef. Cover tichtly. Cook until cnbbage Is lender—5 to 10 minutes—stirring occasionally to prevent ''slicking. Season to taste witri salt, pepper, and vinegar. For panned ham and cabbage iff. 2 cups chopped cooked ham nstead of corned beef. Apjiln Salail, Country Style Eight slices bacon. 3 sweet red noodles or spaghetti. In preparing beef, lamb or veal , balls, first brown them in lard or drippings. Arid the sauce and cook until the balls.are done. For surprise lamb balls, shape the ground Inmb mixture around prunes before braising. apples, unpared; ',; to 1 cup diced celery, '.i lo K cup seedless raisins, Vi cup mayonnaise, lettuce, salad greens for earnlsh. Cut bacon, in to 1-inch pieces and fry until crisp. Drain on absorbent paper and coo). Wash, core and dice apples. Combine bacon, apples, celery, raisins and mayonnaise. Combine 2 or 3 crisp lettuce leaves to form a cup and arrange on each salad plate. Fill lettuce cups with apple mixture. Garnish with crisp salad greens. Four servings. lm]x>rtanl: When soft raisins are desired pour 1 cup boiling ;va!er over raisins and let stand about 1 minute. Drain and cool. Gold-Plated Sheep's Teeth .MELBOURNE, Australia— </P, — A man svho bought a -set of sheep's jaws for six cents in a Melbourne butcher shop recently found that the teeth were encrusted with gold. The buyer, Mr. W. H. Chlrgwin of Sutton Street, East St. Kilda. said he believed the sheep picked up the gold while cropping short grass over an alluvial deposit. Mr, Chirgwin said that he would not try to trace the gold. "I'll just bequeath the small pieces I have to my children." he declared. •Make Bufferrn'.lkor Skim Milk af About R^VtffMtfftf.. 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