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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1954 Here's a New Cookie Trick: Cottage Cheese By CECILY BROWNSTONE PASS THESE COOKIES With cup of tea and your family an friends will be pleased, it's a bran, new recipe, made with Cottag cheese. The cheese, combined with margarine as the shortening, helps to give these cookies delightful flavor. This tea-time treat is easy tc make, just cream the margarine un til it's fluffy, blend in the othe ingredients until you have a smooth mixture and drop the cookie dough f-rom a spoon. No rolling and cut ting! Serve the cookies crisp and warm from the oven "as is". Or cool them and decorate a* suggested in the recipe. COTTAGE CHEESE DROP COOKIES Ingredients: 1% cups sifted flour % teaspoon baking soda, •& teaspoon salt, % cup margarine, Ij cup oreamstyle cottage cheese, l cup sugar, 1 egg, & teaspoon vanilla, *4 teaspoon lemon flavoring, H cup chopped candied pineapple, extra confectioners' sugar frosting, extra pieces of candied pineapple and sliced candied cherries. Method: Sift together flour, baking soda and salt. Cream margarine until fluffy; blend in cottage cheese Beat in sugar gradually and well Beat in egg thoroughly, vanilla and lemon flavoring. Add sifted flour mixture to creamed ingredients about one-fourth a ta time, mixing smooth after each addition. Stir in y z cup candied pineapple. Drop by teaspoonfuls, about 2 inches apart, on greased baking sheets. Bake in moderate (315F) oven 10 to 12 minutes. Remove to cookie racks anc serve warm "as is". Or cool and decorate with confectioners' sugar frosting and extra pieces of candied cherries, makes about 3 dozen cookies. Lately I've been using margarine in an old Viennese recipe with excellent results. I cream a quarter pound of the margarine with a three-ounce package of cream Chee- Hambone Pea Soup Good for First Course HAMBONE PEA SOUP % cup quick-cooking green split peas, 1 hambone, 2 smaM carrots (sliced), 1 stalk oeler-y including leafy top (sliced), 1 medium-size onion (cut ni thin •trips), few sprigs parsley, 5 cups water, salt and pepper. Method: Put peas in strainer and wash in cold water; drain; turn into soup kettle. Place hambone on top. Add carrot* (there should be about & cup), celery, onion (there should be % to 1 cup), parsley and Bring to a boti cpicWy; reduce hea-t and simmer, stirring occasion- ailf, untii peas are cooked —about 46 m*But*«. Remove hambone. Put soup and vegetable* through strainer or food miil— if strainer is •ue«d, p¥e*« through vegetables. Re- beat addiag ssM and pepper to . Makes 5 cups for 4 servings. se and a. dash of salt: if you have an electric mixer let it do the creaming. Then with a wooden spoon I work in a cup of sifted flour gradually. I chill the dough and roll it out on a prepared pastry cloth; I also use a floured cover for my rolling pin. I cut the dough into small squares, put a dab of pineapple preserves, in the center of each and crimping the edges with a fork. I bake the turnovers in a very hot (450F) oven until lightly browned —about 10 to 12 minutes. All my taste-testers are highly approving of these flaky little sweets! Grapefruit Adds Tartness To Dessert Mold grapefruit sections in orange juice for a refreshing, slightly tart dessert. Try it after fish on Friday, after roast duck another day. QUICK GRAPEFRUIT AND ORANGE GELATIN Ingerdienls: One 1 pound can grapefruit sections (packed in syrup), oranges, 1 envelope unflavored gelatin. Youngsters Like These Cookies Spicy Raisin-Oatmeal Drops With Milk Make Good Snack By GATNOE MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor All healthy children dash to the pantry for an after-school snack. When those snacks combine milk and cereal, two basic and economical foods, the afternoon snack becomes nutritionally important. These oatmeal drops, plus a tall glass of milk, make good eating and good health. Incidentally, too many parents forget that they, just like their growing children, never outgrow the need for milk and cereal in their own diet. Our recipe comes from Mrs- Agnes Elkins of St. Louis, mother of three grammar school youngsters and I8-month-old twins. She keeps plenty of milk, a jar of cereal cookies and boxes of ready- to-eat cereal for the children to wolf after school or before bedtime. She reports this has paid off well in health and' growth dividends. Spicy Raisin-Oatmeal Drops (Yield: 34 2-inch cookies) One cup sifted all - purpose flour, 1 teaspoon soda, J / 2 teaspoon salt, y z teaspoon ground cinnamon, ] / 2 teaspoon ground nutmeg, cup butter or margarine (at room temperature), cup brown sugar, y z cup granulated sugar, 1 egg, y 2 teaspoon vanilla extract, 2 tablespoons milk. l]/ 2 cups uncooked rolled oats, 1 cup seedless raisins. Sift together flour, soda, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg into a bowl. Add butter or margarine, sugars, egg, vanilla, milk. Fold in the rolled oats and raisins. THESE TENDER BEEF tenderloins are topped with '4 make » favorite dish at any party* Roast Whole Beef Tenderloin For Special Company Dinner Method: Drain syrup from grape- rjrop from a teaspoon fruit into measure. Squeeze juice from oranges and add it to grapefruit syrup to make 2 CURS. Sprinkle gelatin over Vi cup of orange juice and grapefruit syrup to soften. Heat remaining orange juice and grapefruit syrup until very hot; add softened gelatin and stir until dissolved. Add drained grapefruit sections. Spoon into 6 sherbet glasses or individual dishes; chill until set. Makes 6 servings. greased cookie sheet, top WARNING ORDER tf -THE CHANCERY COURT, C^HCKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS D. Moffenan, Plt-C. vs. »o. M.677 Vawkiia Hoffman, Dft. The defendant, Virginia Hoffman, is hereby warned to appear within thir-iy days in this court and answer tbe compia-kit of tsbe plaintiff, Floyd f>. Hoffman. Dated this SW«h day of May, 1*64. SBAL GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. T. 3. Cro-wder, Atty. for Pltf. id B. Cook, A-t-ty. Ad Litem. 5/27-6/3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Probate Code, Sec. 152 notice is given that accounts of the administration of the estates listed below- have been filed, on the dates shown, by the named personal representatives. All interested persons are called on to Tile objections to such accounts on or before the sixtieth day following the filing of the respective accounts, failing which they will be jarred forever from excepting to the account. No. 2209 Mrs. Essie Davis, Harrel Carter Davis & Patty June Davis, Final, 5-12-54. No. 2179 Mrs. Belle Wood, Frank C. Douglas, Final. 5-24-54. DATED this 2nd day of June, 1954. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, Probate Clerk of Mississippi County, Arkansas. C. BESS, Deputy Clerk. 6/3/54 By NOTICE OF RED CROSS ANNUAL MEETING Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Chickasawba District Chapter of the American Red Cross will be held in the Red Cross Chapter House, 224 North Second Street. Blytheville, Arkansas, on Thursday Evening, June 10, 1954, at 7:30 P.M. The purpose of that meeting is to matee an annual report of activities carried on during the past year and to elect officers and board members to direct the operation of said chapter for the year beginning July 1, 1£54 and ending June 30, 1955. 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 attend. E J. CURE, Chapter Chairman. 5/27-6/3 onto with muscatel raisins, and bake in a moderate oven (375 degrees F.) 12 to 15 minutes. Remove from cookie sheet at .once and cool on rack. Variations: 1: Chocolate: In the above recipe omit raisins and add chocolate. Add one 6-ounce package semisweet chocolate pieces and y 2 cup chopped nuts along 1 with the rolled oats. , 2. Peanut: In the above recipe omit raisins and add peanuts. Add By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor A whole beef tenderloin, roasted to a crusty brown outside and pink t orare in the center, is a perfect roast for a special company dinner. Mrs. Bert Dudman, of South Chicago, expert in meat cookery, gave us these instructions. Select a medium to low grade whole or half beef tenderloin for roasting. This cut is fork tender, even in the lower grades. Before roasting, strip off the surface fat and shape the meat by tucking the narrow end of the roast under to make a uniform shape. Add salad oil or bacon strips. Roast 45 to 50 minutes for a half tenderloin weighing 2 to 3 pounds, and from 45 to 60 minutes for a whole tenderloin of 4 to 6 pounds. Serve sizzling hot, carved in uniform, thick slices. along with the rolled oats. Here's Different Sandwich Filling If you hanker for a different sandwich filling, try this one! SHRIMP-PECAN SANDWICHES Ingredients: 1 cup cleaned cooked shrimp (about 12 jumbo-size), 2 drained canned pimientos, 3 /i> cup coarsely broken pecans, J4 cup mayonnaise, salt and pepper. Method: Chop shrimp coarsely: dice pimiento and add with pecans and mayonnaise. Mix in salt and pepper to taste. Use as filling for whole-wheat bread sandwiches. Makes 4 hearty sandwiches. Butterscotch Raisin Bars Quickly Made These cookie- baia are so delicious they'll disappear quickly, but they are inexpensive and quick to make. Ingredients: 1 cup sifted flour, 1 teaspoon baking power, ^ teaspoon salt, 1 cup seedless raisins, M. cup butter or margarine, 1 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar, 2 eggs, 2 teaspoons grated orange rind. Method: Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Rinse raisins in hot water, drain thoroughly and chop fine with a knife. Cream butter and sugar; beat in eggs thoroughly Stir sifted dry ingredients and orange rind into creamed mixture until blended; stir in raisins. Spread in buttered shallow pan (about 7 by 10 by I 1 - inches). Bake in moderate (350F) oven-30 to 35 minutes- cool in pan. Cut into bars and remove from pan with s^iall spatula. Store in tightly covered container. Makes about 36 j bars (1 by 2 inches). One beef tenderloin (low grade) 4 to 6 pounds, J A cup salad oil or bacon drippings. . Remove surface fet and connective tissue. Place on rack in a roasting pan. Tuck narrow end o] tenderloin under to make the roast an even thickness. Brush with oil. Insert a roast meat thermometer into the center of the thickest part. Roast in hot oven (450 degrees F.) 45 to 60 minutes or to an internal temperature of 140 degrees F. Serve hot with fried onion rings or browned mushrooms. Bacon Royale Tenderloin: Before roasting, cut gashes to center of tenderloin. Partially pan fry 3 strips of bacon, cut into 1-inch strips. Drain on absorbent paper, Insert a piece of bgcon into each gash. Brush tenderloin with bacon drippings. Roast. Garlic Royale Tenderloin: Before roasting, cut 12 gashes to center of tenderloin. Cut 3 cloves of garlic into quarters. Insert a piece into each gash. Half a toothpick may be inserted with each piece of garlic so that the garlic may be removed before serving. Idea for Party Sandwiches— Friends coming over for a game of bridge? Have these sandwiches ready to serve. Ingredients: One 3-ounce package cream cheese (softened), % cup chopped dried chipped beef, 1 tablespoon light cream, % cup chopped sweet cucumber pickles, buttered bread slices. Method: Mix cheese, beef, cream and pickles. Spread between buttered bread slices. Remove crusts if desired. Cut each sandwich into 2 or 4 triangles. Makes about iy 2 cups filling. Serve RONCO spaghetti • macaroni ""' pure egg noodles Bacon Key To Savory Main Dish Old - fashioned New England cooks have the knack of combining bacon and vegetables into savory, full-bodies chowders. They seem to know that good as bacon is as a breakfast item, it serves deliciously in main dishes for luncheon or dinner. Bacon Chowder Yeild: 4 to S fervings One-half pound sliced bacon, cut into J / 2 -inch slices; 4 medium potatoes, cut in Vz-inch cubes ;1 medium onion, chopped; 1 cups cooked creamed style corn, 2 cups cooked whole kernel corn, 2 cups milk, 2 teaspoons salt, % teaspoon pepper. Cook potatoes in a small amount of water until tender. Drain. Fry j bacon in a large kettle until crisp. ; Remove bacon frtm kettle. Brown j the onion in the bacon drippings, j Add bacon, potatoes, corn, milk! and seasonings. Simmer about 10 minutes. Stir occasionally. Serve: very hot. Bacon and Scalloped Vegetables (Yield:: 4 to 6 servings) Six slices bacon, 1 quart (3 med- ( ium-sized) pared and sliced pota- : toes, y 2 cup chopped onion, 1 cup : sliced carrots, 2% cups cooked to- ; matoes, iy 2 teaspoons salt, y* teaspoon thyme. ' Lay sliced potatoes in, the bot- j torn of a 2-quart baking dish 8x . 12x1 y z inches. Cover with chopped onion and carrots. Pour tomatoes and seasonings over all. Cover. Bake in a hot oven (400 degrees F.) 45 minutes. Remove cover. Arrange slices of bacon on top. Con tinue cooking uncovered for 30 min utes. Combination Vegetable Dish Is Flavorful TOMATO SQUASH Ingredients: 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 medium-size onion (cut in thin strips), 1 pound yellow crookneck squash (peeled and thinly sliced), % cup water, one No. 303 (1 pound or about 2 cups) can tomates, 2 tablespoons cornstarch, 1% teaspoons salt, : /l teaspoon mixed herb seasoning powder, & teaspoon sugar, % teaspoon nutmeg. Method: Melt butter in 10-inch skillet; add onion and cook over low heat, stiring several times, for about 5 minutes. Add squash and water; boil gently about 10 minutes. Drain a little of the juice (about J /i cup) from tomatoes and mix with cornstarch until smooth; add this and rest of tomatoes and juice in can with salt, herb seasoning, sugar and nutmeg to skillet. Cook and stir constantly over moderately low heat until thickened and clear. Makes 6 servings. KidneySlow-Down May Bring Restless Nights When kidney function slows down, many folks complain of nagsrmg backache, headaches, dizziness and loss of pep and energy. Don't suffer restless nights with these dis- comforu if reduced kidney function is get- tine you down-due to such common causes is stress and strain, over-exertion or exposure to cold. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may cause setting up nights or frequent passages. Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bother you. Try Doan's Pills-a mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions lor over 50 years. 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