Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 31, 1952 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, January 31, 1952
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Phon,e 4600 for a WANT AD Taker 'EVENING' TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1952 THIRTEEN Pork-Corn Casserole ' One pound of pork sausage mates six servings with tnis casssrole. Shape bulk sausage into patties brown them, then make a thin cream gravy with the drippings. Arrange cracker crumbs in the bottom of a baking dish and add whole kernel com. Pour the gravy over the corn, then top with fe>rcrwn«.d patties. Bake in a moderate oven (350° F.) for about 30 minutes. Beef Cube Casserole For a tempting serving, braise cubes of beef, then serve as a table casserole. For the cle-ver casserole topping, squeeze mashed potato through a pastry tube and swirl into Cookie Valentines For Small Fry By CECILY BKG-WJf'STQWE Associated Press Food Editor Come February 14. surprise your rosettes. Place the casserole in yourjsmall .fry with Cookie Valentines ""'""Give Pop some toe-. These sweet broiler just long enough to lightly brown the potatoes. For a teen-age party serve hamburgers on buns and cole slaw; add salted peanuts to the slaw. RALPH FRMZ SUPER MARKET RIDGELEY, W. VA. SELF-SERVE OPEN FRIDAYS 'TIL 8 P. M, PHONES 879-4690 Home Drest Roasting or FRYING CHICKENS fb, FRESH PORK!! Rib End Loin ROAST • \ 3»c Loin End ROAST -, *. 45c Center Cut CHOPS a.65c Home Made SAUSAGE 45c PORK LIVER b 29e Rockingham Skinless FRANKS 49c Rockingham Stab BACON »>. 35c Lean Streaked DRY SALT SIDE - 25c morsels are nutritious, because they I contain that thrifty product, nonfat dry milk—rich source of protein calcium, riboflavta, and lactose 1 . The .usual recipe for this type of cookie j does not call for milk at all. If you want to serve "a pan eh I with the cookies for Valentine party 1 fare 1 we suggest chilled 'pineapple ' oj apricot nectar eomb'ined fee- cold ale. Put a red laoraschino- cherry to each punch. I sap just to pretty things up-. atfi.e.'F-'Sehool smacks try these ofe'te Oa'meal drop- cookies. ioJ 1 a-fe'9 with ezonomieal nonfat «fey swl'b, -they're a fine choice re gsK&i'e- jar. &&0KW VALENTINES gzedii'enis;: -Hi cups sifted flour,, ip wonfat dry milk. Vi teaspoon [bating powd'e-r, %, teaspoon salt, i~ eiap. shortening., % cup- sugar, I1 egg, Vs teaspoon lemon- extract, || strawberry, jlam. Method: Sift together ftoisr, non- 11 fat ctey milk, baking pow-cter, and salt. Cream shortening and sugar; add ecg and .lemon extract; beat SELECTED COUNTRY EGGS Large Size, *°*- 51 C 3 *"• $1.49 Nm^YoriTpOT^^ Armour MILK 7 «•» «"" 95c Pillsbury or Gold Medal FLOUR 25 «•. "•>« $2.13 Domino Granulated SUGAR 5 »>• t°s 47c 10 *. be,, 93c Heinz Tomato KETCHUP 2 »-.. b.i.. 49c Heinz BAKED BEANS 2 - — 29c Heinz TOMATO SOUP 3 — 35c Maxwell House or Chase and Sanborn COFFEE Mb. .in 87c on your until well blended. Stir in sifted I dry ingredients, blending well. Wrap cookie dough in waxed paper and I place In refrigerator to chill, about hour. Roll out between two |! sheets of waxed paper to ls-ineh ! thickness. Cut heart and 1 arrow t shapes using cardboard cutouts or i floured cookie cutters. Place on un[| greased baking sheet. Bake in mod'- j| erate (350 FJ oven until delicately Sbrowniid around edges, about 8 to 10 minutes. Remove to cake racli to cool. When cooled, place about 1 teaspoon of strawberry jam in center of each heart-shaped cookie- with arrow head in center. Makes. 2 dozen cookies. CHOCOLATE OATMEAL COOKIES Ingredients: 1 cup sifted flour, % cir.5 nonfat milk, 1 teaspoon : COOKIE VALENTINES . baking powder, *i teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, % ' teaspoon nutmeg, H cup shortening, % cup sugar, 2 squares (2 ounces) unsweetened chocolate (melted), 2 eggs,. ii eup -water, 1 cup rolled oats, Method-: Sift together flour, nonfat dry milk baking powder, salt, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Cream shortening and sugar. Add chocolate and mis well. Beat eggs slightly and s& in with water. Gradually add sifted {fry ingredients to chocolate. azixtaroe-, blending well after eacfe adffi>(3ieB.. Mix in oats well Drop lag teeaspaonfuls onto a. greased baking sfcsfit. Bake in a moderate <33fl. p.) towel, 12 to turrtfl firm to the S aiinutes. Makes 3 i** saa'ffle iresnovlng a rind m * haw te& a sharp knife and be easeful act to break or tear th« fat. When you score the fat don't cut too deeply. 10 USE COUPON ON BACK OF EVERY PKG. OF FAVORITE COFFEE ' the TABLE margarine Lord Calvert's fine flavor give* you real coffee enjoyment. Its full strength gives you at least 40 cups per pcund. ^HERE'S GOOD LUCK TO you" on your favorite WITH NEW 111 LUCK the table margorine aft *&,< ^ Today you're lucky whw you buy fad Luck ... it's #r/p/e-blended (or tablt flavor! Today you're lucky— double lucky—when you buy a pound of new Good Luek, the table margarine! Good Luck, fpyourbuid'gat— you can save 10c on a package of your favorite colfee (IQe coupon on the back of every Good kaek package at your grocer's)! Good Lock to your table—you'll have the one margarine triple-blended for table flavor, for sweet, fresh table goodness! This offer good for a limited time only, so why not make a note to get Good Luck, the table margarine, at your grocer's today! coupon on every package at your grocer's today IF OTHER MARGARINES COULD TASTE THIS 600V COPrU LIVIH 5ROTMCR3 CO, THEX WOULD / . . Straight, from Cupid. Cranberry Salad Made With Gelatin Boil 4 cups cranberries in 214 cups water 5 minutes, or until cranberries pop open. Add IVi cups sugar and cook 5 minutes longer. Stir in 2 packages cherry-flavored gelatin and cool until it begins to thicken. Fold in 2 cups sliced celery and 1 cup chopped walnuts. Turn into mold and chill until firm. Serve on crisp greens. Canned spaghetti in tomato sauce makes a gooi prepared-in-a-minute lunch; serve with crisp slices of bacon and a salad of escarole, chicory, and romaine. WORKdndSOAP in your wash with OAKITE Follow package directions for getting clolhos really clean. OAKITE the modern detergent Nutrition authorities say that vegetables^ cooked properly in a pressure saucepan will retain nutritive 4 values on a par with vegetables cooked properly in an ordinary saucepan. NESCAFE Instant Coffee No Finer Coffee Flaw?, Instant or Regular. Thafs why throughout the world more peopfe drink NESCAFE than All other Instant Coffees combined! Don't guess about instant coffee. Pick the favorite — drink Nescaftf*. More people the world over drink Nescafe' than all other instant coffees combined. They know that you can't make finer coffee, instant or regular! What's more, when you switch to Nescafe 1 , you save up to 25ji a pound over regular coffee! Nescafe 1 makes delicious coffee instantly. All you do is put a teaspoonful of Nescafe 1 in a cup, add boiling water, stir . . . arid enjoy. So make really fine coffee, by the cup or in your coffee maker. And save money, too. Your grocer has Nescafe 1 . Ask for it, and be sure. $eated-fa Flavor can't fade can't be boiled away! fllf the flavors inyourcuf). •Nncafl (pronounced NES-CAFAY) li the excluiive regUUnd tride-mirk of The NeutU Company. Inc., to de«ignaU ill soluble coffee product which iacompoaod of equal part* of pure soluble coffee and added pure carbohydrate! (dextrins, maltose and dextrore) added solely to protect the flavor. TRIANGLE features GOLDEN ISLE BARTLETT PEARS They blend perfectly in salads or destirt** FRESH BREAKFAST COFFEE 7*1' ywrrtt i_ib. bag * *F Mild, mellow coffee blend. SILVER COW MILK 2' 29c RED CROSS LIMA BEANS 2 N :J,"27c GOLDEN ISLE CITRUS JUICES J Golden lile fruit juice« ate rich In flavor, v«ry refrtihing ] C and truly d«licioui. m ORANGE JUICE ^ BLENDED JUICE 46 or. cans [GRAPEFRUIT JUICE *1.QO MEAT DEPARTMENT SMOKED SKINNED HAMS Ib. SKINLESS FRANKS Ib. 63<f SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRESH FRYERS, 2'/ 2 to 3 Ib. avg Ib. 65^ PURE PORK SAUSAGE Ib. 63c SWIFT'S PREMIUM LONGHORN CHEESE Ib. 59 SWIFT'S ALLSWEET MARGARINE, >/i's Ib. BEECHNUT BABY FOODS STRAINED ..................... 33/4 oz. jar JUNIOR oz. jar Stokely's Cut Green Beans »° ^ can. 21 c Stokely's Tasty King Peas «° 303 «n. 21 c SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES . . 12 oz. cello, bag SUNSHINE SHREDDED WHEAT 12 oz. box NABISCO PREMIUM SALTINE CRACKERS, Mb pkg. Nabisco Oreo Crtmt Sandwich Cookies, pkg. 38c Large Solid Head Iceberg Lettuce 19c Freih Cabbage 2 ""• 23c Carrots 2 ^n. 29c Freih Fort Pin Tomatoes p^ 27c Florida 176 Sin Oranges ^- 35c 70 She Grapefruit ••• 4 <« 29c Beef Stew 43c o: uorned Beef Hash 49c 14 OZ. TIN TEENIE WEENIE CORN WHOLE KERNEL No. 303 can QUAKER OATS Quick or Regular STERLING SALT 2 26-oz. box.. 17C Hanover Red Kidney Beans 2 No. 303 cam 25C Star Klit CHUNK TUNA 1/2 ilze can 35C L & S APPLE BUTTER 19-oz. jar QUAKER YELLOW CORN MEAL box BORDENS INSTANT COFFEE 2 oz. jar ALPINE EAGLE EGG NOODLES Mb. pkg. 290 BLUE RIBBON BREAD fresh daily at TRIANGLE VEL O Ior 9 e boxes OLD DUTCH CLEANSER ^ f cans ^^ • FAB 2 ::r, 59* CLOROX 2 quart bottles OCTAGON Laundry Soap 2 r b s CHARMIN Toilet Paper 4 „„. 37' TRIANGLE FOOD STORES

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