Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 23, 1957 · Page 19
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 19

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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&lM;P'A''2;460p'.'.ftir a 'WANT AD .Sweet Potato Casserole To make a teal Soulhcrri sivee't- casserole, try adding a n of pure vanilla extract «l<jhjr;..)Yil|7 .the usual flavorings. tl's?a:tasly'addition lo a tradi- Homtl recipe, , EVENING TIMES, ;Add ciirry povvdet^and .. cjill sauce to grated chedda'f'; cheese Use as a sandwich spread, mix ing a little mayonnaise if desired Green onions give color'con Irast "to a platter of liverwurst the two foods taste good togelhci too. Arcadia Ever Blooming ROSE BUSHES Each Jane Parker ANGEL FOOD CAKES LARGE RING 35 EACH Marvel ICE CREAM gal. pkg. 65 .. 1957 v Opening Bid Locates Cards By OSWALD JACOBY Wrlllrn for NEA Service West opened the queen of diamonds. East won with the ace and shifted to the three of spades. South played the seven. West won with the jack and returned the deuce. linos . ouo oft J«3 OIM * tsrv* ?* ./.v v HJ-fJOS £6* start)* cs * tsoib* 64 0 8 01 V A SO 801 * • South won this trick with the ace, entered dummy with the six of hearts and trumped a low spade. He returned to durpmy with the eight of hearts and ruffed the last spade. South led his king of diamonds and discarded a club from dummy. He was now ready to attack [the club suit. The normal play, jit there had been no adverse bid- jding, would be to play a simple i finesse against the jack in the j\Vest hand but there had been bidding and South started to re construct the East hand. East had opened one diamond with four points in'diamonds;'two joinls in spades and no points in icaris. In order for East to-have LI high card points lie woul lave lo hold both the ace ant jack of clubs and Soulh decider lhat East would not have openoi without those II points. Hence South led a low club from his hand and went up with dummy's queen. East won with the ace and was end-played. lie shot a club righ back but South Jet it run aroum to dummy's ten. At another table the team o East and West did not bid at a) and West chose lo open the nine of clubs. Dummy played the ten East the jack and South the king Not only did South hold his clul losses to one trick but.he was able to discard his seven o spades on dummy's fourth, club and make five. Q—The bidding has been: of U» -x East South -* \VM< » Pass 1 ¥ Pass A Pa-a 3 » Pass ¥ . 'Pass ? Vouj South, hold: >8?C VKJ85 What do yoa doT A—Pus. Your partner h»s bid stronetr but you have shown KH full strength already. , t* TODAY'S QUESTION < •Yoo hold the same hand. Aftei yonr onDrhtart response, you 1 , •tncf bitis two oo-trump. Wha do you (k»?. WHEN I DIET TO H01D DOiW At/ WEIGH! I JUST HAVENT AW ENERGy! SEE? DOMINO SUGAR GIVES VtVJ THE QUICK ENERGY YOU NEED MV- WJ (.EARNED ABOUT OO.WIW) SUGAR? PEP UP... WHILE VOU SUM DOWN I Which is LESS FATTENING? —no n««d to a up ivgarl 3 Iftaipoom of Domino e Ca^a $<jgar confon fewer color** (Hon raany *"f»rfydn7 di«l™ food Ansvm Tomorrow [iiexpeiisive (Conlinucd from Page 18) :ables (30'inch square) side b 3. Cover with any materia (felt, rayon, cotton, velvet, etc in American Beauty (or an o!)icr color) 2% yards by 1 yar For "lace cloth" use 2 partagi (6-inch square) lace paper doilie and 2 packages round (6-inc diameter) doilies, a roll o£ (ran parent cellophane tape. (Tola cost for these 3 item; about 7 cents.) Arrange doilies in rows, aKei aating squares and rounds. Tap together on reverse side, keepin smooth and even. Cover tabl leaving long wide border cxfem ing fo floor. Chfcken, Ham and .Mushroom Supremo (Serves S) Four cups cooked white mea chicken, cut in small Beat piece 2 cups tenderized ham, cut I small neat pieces, Vi cup butle two 7-ounce cans . whole mus! rooms, 1 cup strained chicke stock. 1 quart very rich sauc Melt butter in large skillet, ad ham, turn heat low, cook unl fat sizzles and is golden brown stir several times—about 10 mil utes cooking time. Add rnusi rooms, and liquid. Mix togethe add chicken and chicken sloe Stir together: cover lightly. Sim mer 10-15 minutes. Just befo serving, add sauce. Serve ho Very Kich Sauce (Makes 1 Quar One-half cup butter (VI pound ^ cup flour <minus 2 tabl spoons), V* teaspoon monosodii ASK YOUR FRIENDLY GROCER to Order- BLUE Rl B BO ROULS FOR YOU HE WILL BE GLAD TO DO IT! DELIVERED FRESH DAILY TO YOUR FRIENDLY GROCER BY BAKERS OF SCHMIDFS BLUE RIBBON BREAD! THEY'RE SifCED READY TO SERVE/ lore's .a new slant on hot sand- ches. Open Chill Cheeseburgers, range split hamburger, buns on baking sheet, buttering each If, • Cover with slices of Airier- an cheese and put in the,oven under the broiler until cheese ells slightly. Serve the buns individual plates, spooning hot nned chili con earns over the eesc, Avocado cocktails, halve an avocado arid>rcniovo seed. Scoop out flesh carefully and dice; mix the tiny pieces ol avocado with. diced orange and 'French dressing, then pile back'-ihto shells Cheese In Pastry Scraps of paslry leftover? Roll grated sharp chcddar'cheose Info them and cut into strips. Bake in a very hot oven until lightly browned. NINETEEN Mafc« cornucopias of thinly si lei cd bologna, securing them wltH toothpicks Fill the centers witH collage checsejmixed with mine* ed parsley or chives ' GariusB with parsley spn'gs _ I That good- old combination,! iked diced carrots and green] eas, may be added fo an aspic nd served with cold meats. utamate, : I teaspoon- salt, M, aspoon white . pepper, 3 cups! ;ht cream, 1 cup -seasoned) licfcen stock, strained; l thin : ice raw onion. Melt butter in saucepan, add our and seasonings and cook owly over low heat until smooth nd bubbly. Heat cream in f >per half of double boiler until ealded. Simmer chicken stock i ifh .slice of onion 5-10 minutes.' rain into cream, stirring until! ended. Add slowly to mixture, I irring constantly. | Cool and cover and store in! ifrigerator until ready to add to licken mixture on following day. eat sauce in upper half of double oiler. Stir occasionally. One- uarter cup heated sherry wine lay be added to sauce at last linute, if desired. " Note: At today's prices, the ital cost of chicken, ham, mush- 30 m supreme is about $7.69 or :ss than $t per serving. The odding cake, decorated with but- ;r cream frosting petals, to serve H2, costs on an average of 515. arge cake to serve 30-10 costs 30. Ice cream mold, heart hape in two' flavors, to serve 3, osls S3. Wedding breakfast: Double cas- erole—chicken, ham and mush- oom supreme, green peas with inely chopped mini, thin bread nd butter sandwiches tied with ose and white ribbons, currant elly, almond sluffed olives, tearts of celery, wedding cake, ce cream, mints m rose color, punch or champagne, coffee. BRIGHTEN Shop At CARL MclNTYRE'S! FRESH PRODUCE IARGE HORIDA ' • Oranges •••••••- D IARGE SIZE Cantaloupes •••• • 39c NEW WHITE , Potatoes . 10'»49c CAllf. ICEBERG Lsffuce .'....iu.kd.l9c CAUF. IARGE OXHEARf Cherries * 59c CAUF. SUNKIST Lemons *•*• 39c NEW FLORIDA Watermelons ••(<• $1,49 MRS. SNYOER'S DEHCIOUS HOME MADE POTATO SALAD Pint Box 490 Alio Home Made MACASON! fALAD STOKELY'S FROZEN FOODS Vegetables 2-- 35c suceo Strawberries 2 -^ 45c Swanson's TV Dinners B«f - Chicken - T ut t« y . Hodrfock 69c E ° ch NEW LOW PRICE,' DONALD DUCK Orange Juice 2 — A Nev.- BreMatl OriM OBANGE AND APRICOT . Juice ««. «».39c SUM SWEET Prune Juice ... CHOICE MEATS AT McIKTYRE'S MADE IN CUMBIRIANB Swift's Premium Wieners • * 49c SWIFT'S PREMIUM or ARMOUft'S STAR Short Ribs of Beef » 49c Cut Up or In On* Pitco SWIFT'S PREMIUM or AHMOUR'S STAR Brisket Boiling Beef •••••••• 2 *< 39c GRADE A FRESH KILIED Frying Chickens w-*« <=»> «<>> «>• 43c BESMN.TOWN Bar B-Q Chickens ** $1.59 For Your Picnic or Banquet Try Our Delicious Bar B-Q HAMS BEST IN TOWN L5AN FfiESH GROUND BEEF 2-79c OUR OWN PUBC HOME MADi '• -' HAM SALAD .^^... *. 89c HUNT'S CALIFORNIA Peaches .....,.....,. In Heoy/ Syyu 3 i g . VA «** 97c fJ of Halv«f Hunt's Tomato Paste .. 6 >°" <™> 47c BAKER'S NEW Instant Chocolate .—T ...... s <,/. f \ s . 27e Diulvii Inilonlly In Hillr, Hei or Cold .' Sunshine Hydrox .»....,.: n; <*. P i». 25c KEEBIER'S Custard Puff o« «<»ii« i= rv 3 .) .......... 39 C Superfine Lintagrartds .. 3 ^<u .~ 43c lorss Coolii tvled Catif. lima 9<an< In SoiK» New DOVE SOAP 2 "«3- «u io» 39c 2 B °ti> si" 49c CARL MCINTYRE j FOOD MARKET 436 Cumberland St. Phone PA 4-3480 FREE DELIVERY OPEN DAILY 8 AM to 6 P M. Beautiful, Aluminum HOSTESS TRAY AND 4 HOMEMAKERS' QUB STAMPS NOW PACKED IN ROBIN HOOD FLOUR! Tftis beftitffuf aluminum hostess t/ay measures appioiimately S'A indies by ll'/j inches, tt has a hammered mat finish, scalloped edges and richly embossed floral <54sJgn. Send for your Irjy lo Roftm Hood Horaaroakers' Club.' Ne* Prague, Mim. Get Acquainted with Homemakers'Club Stamps i To acquaint you with the Homemakers' Club, we are making you this unusual offer of a beautiful aluminum Hostess Serving Tray for only 50c and 4 Robin Hood Homemaivers' Club stamps. To get your tray send 50c and 4 Homemakers' Club stamps to Robin Hood Homemakers' Club, New Prague, Minn. One 5-lb. bag of Robin Hood Flour contains 4 Homemakers' Club stamps... larger bags even more. And for just 4 stamps and' 50c you can get this handsome aluminum tray that ordinarily retails for$I,50. You will want to get a complete set of these trays for use in your home for parties, TV snacks, and as gifts. Special Valve: on 5 Additional Hems And, for a limited time only, every 5-lb. or larger bag of Robin Hood Flour contains an order blank insert offering you 5 additional Homemakers' Club Specials. These specially priced items are available to you at tremendous reductions. So try this great flour. You'll find that with Robin Hood you get best results with one flour for all your baking. Get Robin Hood at your grocer's today and take advantage of this wonderful offer. ©od Flour One, ffovr ftrgtf Your

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