_t_IO THE PARIS NEWS, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1960 Honey Pumpkin Pie Is Perfect for Autumn Russet leaves, red apples, colorful football banners, and orange pumpkins! These mean autumn is here — autumn with its bri s k mornings and cool evenings and in between its round of vigorous activity for all, at home, at school at work, inside and out. And for mothers autumn means the need for preparing hearty meals, hearty from soup through dessert. Tops among Ihe desserts suitable for autumn dinners is that symbol of autumn, pumpkin pie itself. Pumpkin pie with its spicy, rich, smooth, honey-sweetened fill 1 n g placed in a graham cracker crust and further enhanced with a topping of whipped cream sweetened with honey is at once a food and a treat for every member at the family table. Honey will make it a real treat for all by imparting honey flavor and aroma to the dessert; honey will also add nourishing vitamins and minerals to make the filling even more substantial. Here is a tested recipe to try. HONEY PUMPKIN CHIFFON PIE Grahaju Cracker Crust: 20 graham crackers (1 and 2-3 cups) U cup sifted confectioner's sugar ^4 cup soft butter Crush the graham crackers very fine. Blend in the sugar and soft butter. Press the mixture into a heat-resistant deep 10-inch pie SPANISH BARBECUED CHICKEN IS EASY TO PREPARE . . . skillet dish is fes five enough for company Spanish Barbecu Is Accented Chicken Here is a special way to prepare chicken and one to plan on when company is coming for dinner because there is no last minute fuss and bother. The chicken is simmered in a delicious sauce of sliced pimiento-stuffed green olives and tomato juice seasoned with onion, chili powder, mustard and Worcester- shie sauce. The olives add flavor and color to make chicken a real company dinner. SPANISH BARBECUED CHICKEN % cup chopped onion 1 tablespoon brown sugar 1 teaspoon paprika VJL teaspoon salt Vz teaspoon dry mustard V* teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce y< cup wine vinegar 1 cup tomato juice Vi cup water Vi cup sliced pimiento-stu f f e d green olives 1 (3Vz pound) frying chicken, cut in serving pieces Flour, salt and pepper Vi cup butter or margarine Combine onion, sugar, paprika. ij teaspoon salt, mustard, chili powder, Worcestershire sa u c e, vinegar, tomato juice and water; mix well. Cook over low heat 10 minutes; add olives. Dredge chicken in mixture of flour, salt and pepper. Melt butter or margarine over medium heat; add chicken and brown well. Add sauce; cover and cook over low heat about 45 minutes, or until tender. Makes 4 servings- UPSIDE-DOWN OLIVE CHICKEN PIE 2 cups ground, cooked chicken Vi cup fine dry bread crumbs ,' 2 ejg.5, separated. l i cup milk f Vi cup chopped pimk'nlc-sliiffed ! green olives % teaspoon salt V\ teaspoon pepper 3 .4 cup sliced pimiento-stu f f e d green olives 1 (lO'i-ounce) can condensed cream of celery soup \? cup milk Combine chicken, crumbs, egg yolks, milk, onion, chopped olives, salt and pepper. Beat egg whites until stiff; fold into chicken mixture. Arrange sliced olives over bottom of greased 9-inch pie pan. Turn chicken mixture into pan. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees) 1 hour. Unmold. Combine soup and milk; heat to serving temperature. Serve pie with sauce. Makes 4 to 6 servings. dish. Bake at 375 F. 10 minutes. Filling: 1 tablespoon plain gelatin V4 cup cold water 3 eggs ?i cup honey 2 cups cooked pumpkin l ,!i cup whole milk Vj teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon Vi teaspoon ginger V* teaspoon cloves 3 tablespoons sugar \2 pt. whipping cream Soak gelatin in cold water 5 minutes. Beat egg yolks and combine with honey, pumpkin, mi Ik salt and spices. Cook in top of double boiler until thick, stirring constantly. Remove from fire, add softened gelatin and stir until dissolved. Beat egg whites unt i 1 frothy. Add sugar gradually and continue beating until they stand in peaks. Fold the egg whites into pumpkin mixture. Turn into graham crust and chill for several hours. Top with whipped cream. Sleeps Dry CI.VCINNATI, Ohio (AP> - A woman told police she opened the drier of the U Wash N Dry Laundry Tuesday night and found Donald Riggs, 33, asleep inside. Police arrested Riggs and charged him with being drunk. Apples Are Now Plentiful With Lower Prices TEXAS FOOD UOUNDUP By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It's the apple season at Texas fruit markets. Huge supplies of nearly all varieties are available at noticeably lower prices this week, the U.S. Agricultural Marketing Service reports. Grapes, especially Tokays, continue readily available at reasonable cost. Fresh vegetables that rale best- buy mention, on the basis of supply and wholesale prices, include cabbage, carrots, celery, greens and green onions, iceberg lettuce, onions, potatoes, sweet potatoes and tomatoes. Especially reasonably priced are yellow medium BUDDY'S SUPER MARKET Open 7 Days a Week — 7:30 A.M. Till 10 P.M. 1538 NORTH MAIN THURS.-FRI.-SAT. SU 5-2167 FRESH CRISP LETTUCE 9 EACH GERBER STRAINED Baby Food 4 CANS 35 C SMOKED JOWL BACON 29 POUND C BABY BEEF ROUND STEAK 65 POUND NO. ONE RED POTATOES 10-LB. BAG Raider Golden Cream Style CORN No. 303 Can $|[ QO 8 FOR JL PURE PORK SAUSAGE $100 3 POUNDS i LEAN TENDER BEEF ROAST 39 POUND IMPERIAL PURE CANE TEN POUNDS With the Purchote of $5.00 or More SUGAR 69 KING EDWARD CIGARS 2 FOR 15 3 MINUTE OATS Large AQ<- Box •» ~ CHECK OUR EVERYDAY 10} K.C. BAKING POWDER 8-0*. 1 C c Can ... 1 J V PRICES! ! 250 More Patrolmen Urged for Oklahoma OKLAHOMA CITY (API—Oklahoma should double the size of its highway patrol and tho governor's office should take more part in promoting traffic safety, the National Safety Council said Tuesday. Don Hill, council district director, made the report at a meeting of state safety officials. He proposed that Gov. J. Howard Edmond.son organize a coordinating committee of state officials with traffic responsibilities to seek closer contact with citizen groups. His report recommended an additional 250 patrolmen for Oklahoma. onions and round red potatoes. i Priced lower than last week are celery, lettuce, okra, onions, and cauliflower. Pears and cucumbers are lower. Avocados are higher as .supplies are short. Snap beans and bananas also are slightly higher. A few local watermelons still show up at higherprices. Grapefruit harvest in the Lower Valley is beginning but shipments will not be heavy for two or three weeks. Prices on all citrus held steady this week. Cranberry shipments increased. A few pomegranates from California showed up this week. Rice is available in abundance and with economy, as the industry has designated October for its annual rice harvest festival. Beef is now plentiful as production has increased steadily in recent weeks. Chicken turkey and lamb also are abundant. Watch for specials. Many Texas stores Choctaw Council To Hold Election Oklahoma News Bureau HUGO. Okla. — Annual election of officers of the Hugo Choctaw , Indian Council is due to be held I at the quarterly meeting, Salur- } day afternoon in the court house ! in Hugo at 2:30 o'clock. J. H. Belvin, principal chief of the Choctaw Nation, will be present to give a report on the progress of Choctaw tribal affairs. are cooperating with the dairy in- dii.stry on October cheese festival. Cheese stocks are huge. Here's v/hat people like about the South , . , gbvthem Copying , . , ttat^wM f>epp£ Kite "abpuMhe, sdutiu, •••-*• *i ; An<J, that's why the good cooks'of (he south KC Baking Powder. THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY TOMATOES California Vine Ripe LB. 10 C OLEO Shurfin« Frozen Orange PEPPER :;::: h ' G - d 4c t39 c JUICE LUX LIQUID DETERGENT 6 6- i 22-OZ. CAN HORMEL DAIRY BRAND 1st Grade Lb. SAUSAGE 29' HORMEL CELLO Lb. Pork Cho CENTER CUT Lb. MADE WITH IDEAL BAKERY BUNS AT NO. 2 STORE ONLY--FRI. & SAT. -B-Q SANDWICHES Ea. ) YJUUAIH coupon 50 (Worth S5.00) FREE BUCCANEER STAMPS with purchase of Listerint Large Bottle Antiseptic 89c Coupon rood Oct. 3 thru Oct. X, 136(1 Colgate y VALUABi.1 COUFOM 100 (Worth S10.00) FREE BUCCANEER STAMPS with purchase of TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Dental Cream .... 85c • Coupon jfood Oct. 3 (hril Or.l. X, 1DBO YJUUAlii COUPON VAtUAiLl COUPON 50 (Worth $5.00) FREE BUCCANEER STAMPS with purchase of Vait!irt« Reg. S3c Size Hair Tonic ....... 49c Coupon )fo<Ml Oct. 3 thru Oet, «, I960 50 (Worth $5.00) FREE BUCCANEER STAMPS with purchase of Shurfine Early June -No. 303 £, QQ Cans «4* I . W Oct. 3 tiini Oct. 8, i960 NO. 2—1634 & 2405—NO. 1 CLARKSVILLE ST.
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