THURSDAY, MAT IT, 1954 fARK.) OOUKIER NEW! PAGE Cookies Form a Base For Delicious Dessert By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Writer THIS REFRIGERATOR DESSERT is glamorous looking but it's homey, too. For it is all tricked out with Oatmeal Ginger Cookies that are crisp, spicy and full of old-fashioned flavor. We made this dessert after lunch one day; by dinner time'its cream filling was set, the cookies still crisp. You won't use all the Oatmeal Ginger Cooties you make for thjs refrigerator dessert, so put them in a tightly covered container and they'll stay crunchy. REFRIGERATOR GINGER DESSERT Ingriedients: 2 envelopes gelatin, 1/2 cup cold water, l 3 / 2 cups milk, y 2 cup sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 1% teaspoons ginger 3 eggs (separated), 1 cup cream, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1|4 teaspoon cream of tartar. % cup sugar, Oatmeal Ginger cookies. Lemon Mokes Cookies Tasty Frosted Raisin Bars Good Party Dessert The lemon in these cookie-bars gives them delightful flavor. LEMON RAISIN BARS Ingredients: 2 cups sifted flour, 14 ^teaspoon baking soda, Yz teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, % teaspoon nutmeg, l / 2 teaspoon allspice, ''% teaspoon ginger, ft tea•spoon cloves, 2/3 cup shortening, y 3 cup sugar, ft cup light molasses, 2 teaspoons grated lemon rind, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 egg, iy 2 cups seedless raisins, % cup chopped pecans, Lemon Frosting. Method: Sift together flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, ginger and cloves. Cream shortening and sugar; beat in molasses, lemon peel and juice, and egg. Stir in sifted dry Ingredients, raisins and nuts. -Spread in greased baking pan (about 15 by 10 by 1 inches), smoothing top carefully. Bake in .moderate (375F) oven 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool slightly. Mark into bars about 3 by 2 inches. Spread with Lemon Frosting. Cool completely and cut into squares. LEMON FROSTING Blend 1 cup sifted confestioners' sugar with 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 teaspoon vanilla and enough milk (about 3 tablespoons) to make thin spreading consistency. Beat in 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind. Method: Sprinkle gelatin over water to soften. Heat milk, % cup sugar, salt and ginger in double boiler over simmering water. Beat egg yolks well; stir a little of the hot milk mixture into the beaten egg yolks; return to milk mixture, stirring constantly. Cook and tir constantly over simmering water in lower part of double-boiler does not touch bottom of upper part of double boiler.) Remove from heat and stir in softened gelatin until dissolved. Chill until custard starts to set; beat with rotary beater until smooth Whip cream and fold into custard with vanilla. Beat egg whites with cream at tartar until fosjny; beat in % cup sugar, a tablespoon at a time, until stiff and glossy; fold into whipped cream and custard mixture. Place large oatmeal ginger cookie on bottom of a 7-inch spring form pan (1% quart capacity). Line sides of spring form pan with some of the rectangular cookies outside. Pour custard mixture into pan. Cruch a few extra cookies and sprinkle crumbs over top of dessert. Refrigerate until set — four hours or longer. OATMEAL GINGER COOKIES Ingredients: 2 cups sifted flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon baking soda, y 2 teaspoon cinnamon, y z teaspoon ginger, i]4 teaspoon nutmeg. % cup shortening (soft), 3J4 cup firmly-packed brown sugar, % cup molaases, 1 egg, 1 cup uncooked rolled oats (quick or old-fashioned). Method: Sift together flour, salt, baking soda, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg into bowl. Add shortening, sugar, molasses and egg, beat until smooth, about 2 minutes. Stir In rolled oats. Chill if desired before rolling. Roll dough out on lightly floured board to about 1J8 inch thickness. Cut one large round cookie slightly smaller than bottom of a 7-inch .round spring-form pan. Cut remaining dough into rectangles about 1|4 by 3 inches. Place on greased cookie sheets Bake in a moderate (350P) oven 10 to 12 minutes. Remove from cookie sheets and cool on wire racks. ~ WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Floyd D. Hoffman, Pltf. vs. No. 12,677 Virginia Hoffman, Dft. The defendant, Virginia Hoffman, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in this court and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Floyd D. Hoffman. Dated this 26th day of May, 1954. SEAL .. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D.,C. T. J. Crowder. Atty. for Pltf. Ed B. Cook, Atty. Ad Litem.- 5/27-6/3-10-17 Whipped cream makes a quick and delicious topping for a cake.. But after you spread it on top layer, sprinkle it with toasted cocoanut, chocolate shot or shavings of chocolate, or chopped nuts, so you'll have a pretty effect. Tastes good, too! Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache Nagein? backache, foii of pep and energy, headaches and dizziness may be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors say good kidney function it very important to good health. When some everyday condition, «acft as stress and strain, causes this important function to slow down.many folks suffernag- SinE backache-feel miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may cause gettineupnightiorfrtQuentpartW*. Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bother you. Try Doan's Pills-a mild diuretic. U»ed *ucc«sfully by millions ior over 50 years. It'» amaiin« how many time* Doan's give happy relief from these discomforts-help the 15 mileaof kidney tubes and filters &\ah cut wait*. Get Do*a'a PiU* todiyl We ire now offering the most complete Spray Program ever offered in Blytheville. We have a complete line of Niagara Chemicals for cotton, beans, gardens, flowers, alfalfa, wheat or any crop that needs spraying or dust- Ing. Also Sprayers or Dusters for any make of tractor. We also arrange plane spraying or dusting. We carry a complete UK* of parts for all Sprayers or Dwters. Ton will save money by figuring with m* »n yomr .praying or dusting Jobs. Remember, yon e»n g«t *«rvie* at air pla<* DAT or NIGHT. Ctaftf UOw Aft. Th. !-««§ Thawing Frozen Chicken It takes overnight or longer to thaw a three or four v pound chicken in the refrigerator. If you thaw the chicken at room temperature, cook it without delay as soon as it is thawed. THIS TEMPTING STRAWBERRY Bavarian pit ferinft _ health with a cereal pie crust. j Fresh Strawberry Bavarian Pie Calls for Cereal and Milk In Mothers' Daily Diet By GAYNOR MADDOX Chances are your mother needs to be reminded that cereal and milk in her diet are still necessary. Mrs. Doreen Rohrig, of Los Angeles, gave us the recipe below. She makes certain her husband and two small children get cereal and milk often. This combination, she says, is one of the most economical ways to put calcium, minerals and valuable vitamins into their diet. Fresh Strawberry Bavarian Pie (no baking needed) Crumb Crust: Four cups cornflakes or pre-sweetened cornflakes y 4 cup sugar (omit when using pre- sweetened cereal), 1-3 cup melted or very soft butter or margarine. Crush cereal very fine. Add sugar, amount depending upon sweetness of filling or use of pre- sweetened cereal. Mix in melted or very soft butter or margarine. Press mixture evenly into 8-inch pie dish, making bottom slightly thicker than sides. Chill thoroughly before adding filling. Filling: One tablespoon unflavored gelatin, V\ cup cold water, IVi cups milk, 2 eggs, separated: yt cup sugar, y 4 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, y a cup heavy-whipping cream, 1 cup sliced fresh strawberries, ft cup chopped nuts, if desired. Soften gelatin in cold water. Scald milk. Beat in egg yolks slightly and add J / 4 cup sugar and salt. Gradually add milk. Cook over hot water until mixture coats a metal spoon, about 8 minutes, stirring constantly. Add -gelatin and stir until dissolved. Chill. Add pure vanilla extract and mix well. Beat egg whites stiff and gradually fold in remaining sugar. Whip cream until stiff. Gradually fold egg whites, whipped cream, strawberries and nuts into slightly thickened gelatin mixture. Pour into cereal crumb shell anH chill until firm. Garnish with whipped cream and whole fresh strawberries just before serving. Serve cold. Corn Chips Make Good Appetizer Do try this appetizer. It's delightful! CORN CHIPS WITH AVOCADO DIP Ingredients: 1 medium-size avocado, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 to iy 2 teaspoons finely grated onion (pulp and juice), one 4-ounce package corn chips. Method: Just before serving, peel ripe avocado and remove seed. Mash fine with a fork; there should be 1 cup. Stir in lemon juice, salt and onion. Put about y 4 cup of the avocado dip on each of 4 salad-size plates; surround with some of the corn chips separately. Makes 4 servings. Aluminum Foil Handy For Baking Fish. Steak By CECILY BROWN STONE . Associated Frew Food Editor SftAL-tfAKING FISH is our lau*t e*t discovery. You arrange fish cte&ks on aluminum foil, wrap them with a tight seal and put them in the oven- Result: no pan to scrub when dish-washing time comes around. That's why we say every fish can have a silver lining these days. At serving time, the fish in its foil may be transferred from the oven to your platter, and not a whiff of fish odor will linger on the serving dish. An here's another cheerful point .about baking in foil. Sealing the fish in its silver package, along with seasonings, lets none of the goodness escape. For instance, in today's recipe, the halibut is moist and tender and the mushrooms used with it have a concentrated flavor that's delightful. Open the package right at the table, after it comes out of the oven, using a scissors or a small sharp knife. Your family will oh. and ah! at the wonderful aroma that comes from the seal-baking. You can also use aluminum foil to advantage when you store fish in the refrigerator before cooking. Just remove the fish from its wrappings and package it tightly in the foil; store the package in the coldest place in the refrigerator. Even if you put it right next to other foods there will be no danger of fish odor spreading. When we tried the good oven recipe we are giving you, we baked potatoes along with the fish. We also had stewed tomatoes and a green salad. While we were fixing the tomatoes, a friend of ours from the South came into the kitchen and asked us how we were going to "tighten" them. When we looked amused, she told us that when she worked as a dietician at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee, every time she put stewed tomatoes on the menu, the head chef would come and say "What sort of tightnim' you want in these tomatoes? Bread crumbs or flour?" We used neither—just topped the heated seasoned canned tomatoes with butter-browned croutons and served them in sauce dishes. Our fish recipe calls for halibut steaks; we chose fresh ones, but if you can't get these, buy the widely available frozen variety. HALIBUT STEAKS WITH MUSHROOM IN FOIL Ingredients: 2 pounds halibut steaks about %-inch thick (fresh or frozen), 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, 2 small onions (sliced thin), one 3-ounce can broiled sliced mushrooms (drained), % teaspoon salt, freshly-ground pepper, H teaspoon ground mixed herbs for seasoning fish. H cup cream or evaporated milk. Method: If ftth it frozen, thaw it. Place fish steak* in the center of a large piece of heavy-duty aluminum foil. Melt butter in 8-inch skillet; separate onion slices into rings and add. Drain mushrooms and add to skillet. Cook onion* and mushrooms light ov«r low heat, about 3 minutes; arrange around fish. Sprinkle with salt, pepper to taste and mixed herbs. Rinse the skillet with the cream and pour over fish. Bring the foil up over the lish and, using drugstore fold, seal to form tight package. Place in shallow pan and bake in moderate (375F) oven l hour. When done, slip package onto a hot platter. Open at table, turning back foil. Makes 6 servings. 'Piquant' Pork Chops Easy to Cook So simple to cook pork chops this way. and so good! PORK CHOPS PIQUANT Ingredients: 4 rib pork chops (about Va-inch thick), \' 2 teaspoon sail, a tablespoon finely minced onion, V s teaspoon pepper, y B teaspoon dried crushed oregano. one 3-ounce can sliced broiled mushrooms, 1 lemon (very thinly sliced), 2 teaspoons cornstarch, Vi cup water. Method: Trim most of fat away from around pork chops. Sprinkle salti n 10-inch iron skillet. Place over moderate heat until salt is very hot. Add pork chops and brown quickly—about 2 minutes for each side. Sprinkle In onion, pepper and oregano. Add mushrooms, including liquid in can. Place lemon slices over chops and cover skillet tightly with aluminum foil. Lower heat and simmer until chops are cooked through— about 30 minutes. Discard lemon slices. Mix cornstarch with cold water until smooth; add to skillet; stir sauce constantly until thickened. Makes 4 servings. 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Every person in the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County who has contributed one dollar or more in the past twelve months is a member of the Chapter and each member is urged to atte»d. E. J. CURE, Chapter Chairman. 5/27-6/J Horn where I sit... Ay Joe Manb Everything's "Ship-Shape* at the Aliens 1 1 Raaty AHcn'n w»«, jwt <wt of the hospital after a minor operation, was surprised to b« "pip«d aboard" Navy-style when sfc« eame back home la»t w«dk. Seems "Captain*' Rusty — who'd boen in the Navy—-signed on a "crew" to help run things while she was away. Chip, the oldest son, is Executive Officer; "Sis" i« Officer of the Deck; and little Bim M dcckhand. "Dad posts a duty roster ea<& day," Cfyip explained. "Inspection has to be good or we start over. Mom likes Operation Homofirc » much *he signed w om for is> other hitch." From where I ait, RIM*?'* famd out how weM a good nystem and a willing crew can work. Beer retailers have a pretty food ayst««k» too. 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