The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY DECEMBER, 8, Apples Impart Gaiety To Holiday Food List By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor MAKE THE MOST of apples at holiday time. Such a crisp, crunchy, comfortable fruit! Serve apples our top-favorite way when guests drop in — or for just the family. Shine the rosy red fruit until it gleams, place It on a lazy susari or a tray and offer it with Basic Roquefort Spread or Dip. To make the Roquefort accompaniment we allow a quarter to a half pound of Roquefort and a half pound of cream cheese to stand at room temperature to soften. Next we work them together with a wooden spoon and then force through a fine sieve to make smooth. After that we thin with cream or mayonnaise—the amount I depends on whether we are making I a spread or a dip—and add dashes of Worcestershire sauce and celery salt We serve our best fruit knives with the apples and let everyone cut his own slices to spread or dip into the luscious Roquefort mixture Our eaters are always mad about this combination I We think yours will be, too. Another delicious way to use apples is to put them in a relish, ladle it into small jars, decorate gaily then stir and skim by turns for 5 minutes to cool slightly, to prevent floating fruit. Ladle quickly into hot sterilized glasses; cover relish at once with '/„ inch hot paraffin. Makes II medium glasses. American in Paris Serves Fabulous Supper Hy CAVNOIl MADDOX NEA Food nml Markets Kdltor PARIS—(NBA)—Ncur Fontaine l)lcu pnlncc, ,25 miles southwest of Paris, lives Mrs. Maruaret Biddle. Pontnlnebleu is famous for Its hls- ory, Most of the great kings of France lived there. Mrs. Biddle, an American, is famous for her parties and friends, among them President and Mrs. Elsenhower and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. She Invited .is and some other Americans to tmch on Sunday afternoon. It was n warm fall day. The doors opened onto a wide terrace hat led to three formal gardens. At the buffet luncheon, Mrs. Biddie, gracious and attractive, help- ed her staff serve the guests. The long, lace-covered table stood In the center of a large room papered with antique scenes of the United States Military Academy at West Point. The serving spoons and forks were of gold. Guests sat about at small tables. We shared one with Walter Dorwln Tongue, noted American Industrial designer, and Paul S. Qerot, president of Plllsbury Mills, and their wives. Here's what Mrs. Biddle provid- d for her guests: seafood casserole exquisite with wine, sweet country hams basted with port, Dale de fole urns in aspic, celery root, green bean and walnut salad, green salad with French dressing, those unbelievable French rolls, small, crusty, yet tender, trays of cheese—Camembert, ort <!u 8a hit, Swiss and cream with large American country-store crackers, trays of perfect fruit including dark purple grapes. The wine was a dry white Alsaclcn. For dessert there were crystal bowls of French vanilla Ice cream with two sauces, French chocolate and fresh fruits in liqueur plus little pastries. • Then Mrs. Biddle herself passed large, vividly colored gum drops, a local custom, she explained. Here's our on-the-spot recipe for the celery root salad: boil celery root in salted water until tender. Peel and cut in thin strips about 1-Inch long (like half match sticks.) Cook fresh green beans un-, til just under tender. Cut beans • Pldtttrian Hit* Car LOS ANOELES (Jfi — In cattl country the motorist pays the owi er of the cow thai wrecked his ca for the value of the animal. In Los Angeles, a pedestrian h car. The pedestrian went to th hospital for six scalp stitches. Th motorist went to traffic court fo failure to allow a pedestrian t clear the Intersection before enter ing It in his car, green light or no That's how the Big Book reads. Sugar in honey is largely lev ulo5e, also called frutose, thi sweetest of all sugars. nto strips same size as celery root strips. Mix with delicately seasoned sour cream dressing am chill. Just before serving, ad< black walnut halves and mix. mKT YOUR SHOPPING TRIP c have time to sit during the holiday rush I APPLE RELISH Ingredients: 4 cups prepared apples (about 3 pounds ripe apples), 7 cups sugar, ft cup vinegar, V4 cup finely chopped nut meats, '& cup seedless rntsins (rinsed in hot wa ler and drained), Vi bottle liquid fruit pectin. Method: First, prepare the apples: Core and grind about 3 pounds fully ripe apples. Measure 4 cups into a very largo saucepan. Then make the relish: Add sugar, vinegar, nuts, and raisins to fruit in saucepan; mix well. Place over high heat; Bring to a full rolling boil and boil hard 1 minute, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and at once stir in liquid fruit pectin. Skim off foam with metal spoon; o. NOTICE OF ACCOUNTS OF EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS FILED Notice Is hereby .given that during the month of November, 1953, the following accounts of Executors and Administrators have been filed for settlement and confirmation In the Prolate Court of Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and that such accounts with their respective filing dates are as follows: No. 2180. Estate of Paul D. Foster, deceased. Final report of Iva Frances Evers Foster filed November 3, 1953. No. 2182. Estate of Walter Evans, deceased. Final report of Emily Evans filed November 3, 1951. No, 2167. Estate of Alice Cornelia Barcroft, deceased. Final report of Russell C. Webb filed November 19, 1953. No. 2153. Estate of Robert E. Tucker, deceased. First and final report of O. O. & Austin E. Ying- Jlng filed November 17, 1953. No. 1899. Estate of Ollie Posey, deceased. Final account of Oene Hlgglnbotham filed November 21, 1953. No. 1933. Estate of W. L. Hughes, deceased. Final account of Bertie T. Hughes filed November 24, 1953. All persons interested In the settlements of any of the above estates are warned to file exceptions thereto if any have they on or before the sixtieth day following the filing of the respective account, failing which they will be barred forever from excepting to the accounts. Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 1st day of December, 1953. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County fc Probate Clerk. By FELTON M. METCALFE, Deputy Clerk. What's your Biggest value in flavor-rich goodness? Always cooks up crisp and delicious becausg it's slicea fresh daily? ASK FOR 'Placed * BACON Mempim P*ctmq Ca JELLO All Flavors Package C SUGAR 10 IBS. CANNED BISCUITS -10< GUM WRIGLEY'S 2 Packages GRADE A LOIN — END CUT PORK CHOPS ib.39c END CUT LOIN PORK ROAST ib. 39c ARMOUR'S STAR HOT or MILD SAUSAGE SKINLESS CELLO. WRAPPED WIENERS ----- FINE FOR SEASONING SALT PLATES - - SMOKED PLATES - - ib.35c ib. 39c GOLDEN DIP BREADING DIAMOND PAPER, 80 COUNT NAPKINS SCOTT TISSUE 2, W 25(! PARD DOG FOOD 3 cans 390 1 lb. BAG MARSHMALLOW PEANUTS 290 - - ib.25c - • ib. 29c TRAY PACKED SLICED BACO GOLD CREST ib. 49c CHEESE ..... 2ibs.69c Golden Rich OLEO -' 20c J. S. Brand MEAL 5 Lbs. 39c Extra Large EGGS CHOCOLATE DROPS 290 BAXTER POTTEDMEAT can 50 YUMMY VIENNA SAUSAGE ,10(5 each 150 Grade A Doz. 69c S1IJ.95 ?C.95 l«» VALUE .... W LARGE CANS PET MILK 3 for 410 HOME GROWN TOMATOES LB 150 JWESH COCOANUTS LARGE GRAPEFRUIT each 50 FANCY NO. 1 N..o6.. SWEET POTATOES !b 100 FRESH CRANBERRIES LARGE PASCAL CELERY MISTLETOE ..OW .. MIXED NUTS , t 410 TANGERINES ao ,30(! lb. 250 RICHARDSON'S mmm SIMONS FOOD MARKET 104 W. Main Phone 9660 Sw. Potatoes • ib. 5c Seedless Grapefruit 6 for 25c Selected Washed Red Potatoes 50 L b9 *1 3s TANGERINES 5 POTATOES R ! dNo1 10, bs 390 ORANGES S£ 330 ONIONS USN " 1Mov 3, bs 100 Campbell's SOUPS All Meat Varieties Can 15c Tomatoes N °% IQc Burterkisr 2 16 ox. Loaves RAISIN BREAD FreshLoaf BISCUITS Ballards 2 ; or 190 EGGS Fresh Pullets Carton DOZ 520 CHEESE LOAF;:: I 2, bs : 690 CRACKERS Sunshine Crisp f b box 230 VIENNA SAUSAGE : ean 100 20 Lbs. Sugar with Each Barrel SHIBLEY'S Best Flour 15 95 WONDER GUARANTEED 25 LBS. FLOUR TOMATO JUICE DONAL r^ 170 EARLYJUNEPEAS No2can 100 We Hove All Fruit Coke Ingredients HAMBURGER 3 LBS. FOR 85 BEEF ROAST 39 C NICE LEAN & MEATY LB. Lamb Roast 39* or CHOPS, Ib. Beef Stew Fresh Cut Lean, Ib. Veal Steak or CHOPS, Ib. Beef Steak Rib - Choice Tender Steak, Ib. Beef Liver Fresh & Tender, Ib. JOWLS Smoked Sugar Cured, ib. Pork Chops Center Cuts, Ib. Fresh Fryers A Real Sayings, Ib. FRESH PIG HOCK Lb. PIG FEET NECK BONES Lb. PORK KIDNEY Lb. PRICES GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY

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