The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1953 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 17, 1953
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BI-YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1953 Christmas Tidbits Add Much To Festive Holiday Occasions .By GAYNOR MADDOX... . ,.NEA Food and Markets Edllor.. from Boston and Oakland, Calif. we picked these hints for unusual- jr pleasant Christmas parties. ..Red Devil Appeliicrs One package cream cheese. 1 can (2 and one-quarter ounces) deviled ham, 1 cup finely chopped nuts (walnuts, pecans, peanuts, *tc.) Blend together cream cheese *n« deviled ham. Chill. Shape chilled mixture into small balls (about teaspoon each) and roll ii chopped nuts to form thick oute coating. Chill. Serve on picks a. appetizers. ..Chocolate Heaven Cake Bake or buy 2 (9-inch) layers o; white or gold rake. Put layers to gether with Chocolate Whipped Cream Filling (below) between Frost sides and top of cake with Sherried Chocolate Frosting (be low). Sprinkle chopped mils ovei top of cake if desired. Makes • (2-layer) cake. Chocolate WWpped-Cream FillIng: Combine one-half cup heavy cream, one and one-half tablespoons cocoa, one-quarter cup confectioners' sugar and one-quarter teaspoon vanilla in a bowl. Chill 30 minutes, then beat until stiff. Sherried Chocolate Frosting: Melt 3 (1-ounce) squares choco- 1N THE PROBATE COURT FOB THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF V O. HOLLAND, DECEASED NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR Last known Address of Decedent: 500 N. 9th Street. Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of Death: December 4. 1953. An instrument dated August 7, 1952, was on the 7th day of December, 1953, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor thereun- der. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within (he time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within »ix (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever bnrredj »nd precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice first published the 10th day of December, 1053. JESSE TAYLOR. Executor of the Estate of V. G. Holland, Deceased. P. O. Box 729 Blytheville, Arkansas. 12/10-17 late and (» tablespoons butter or mnr.qarinp together over hot water. Remove from water. Stir in one-Uiird nip sherry or cream and a cinsh of salt. Gradually ndd about 3 rups sifted confectioners' sugar (enough to give the frosting a nicely sprendnble consistency), heating until frosting is very smooth. Deviled I'arty Pimvheels . . Two cans (2 and one-qtmrtrr ounces* deviled hnm. I package creiim cl^rse >3 OUTICCSI, G stuffed olives, minced, 1 bunch crisp celery. Combine deviled ham, cream cheese and minced olives. Blend !horoughly. Separate celery ftttilks, wash and dry. Stuff each piece with the ham mixture. Press stalks biick together, overlapping hem. When nil .stalks are placed o resemble original hunch, wrap n wax pasxn' and tie or secure with rubber bands. Chill for about 3 hours. Use llnrp knife to slice in onc-hrtlf- nch-pimvhecls. Serve as nppetiz- or jirnmge three-quarter ettuce and serve as salad Mincemeat Loaf Good Climax For Yule Supper This quick bread with Its rich fruity flavor Is fine to have on hand for guests. MINCEMKAT LOAF Ingredients: 2 cups sifted flour, 4 teaspoons tanking powder. 1 teaspoon salt,, i CRK (beaten), >i cup milk, 'i cup light brown sugar (firmly parkert. 3 tablespoons butter or margarine tmeltetl), 1 cup moist mlncomrat. Method: Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Mix together CBK. milk, brown sugar, melted but ter and mincemeat. Add to dry in- Krcdlents, stirring only enough to moisten. Pour into greased loaf pan <8'/ 2 by 4';- by 2': inches). Bake in moderate I350P) oven i hour or until cake tester inserted in center conies out clean. Remove from pan; cool on ck. Store 24 hours before using. Slice thin and spread with butter or cream cheese. Jelly-Filled Donuts Old-Fashioned Yule Treat Pork Hocks Easy On the Budget With pork supplies on the in- rease, favorite pork dishes are linking their dinner debuts. One Id-fashioned pork dish which goes asy on [he budget is pork hocks. Cooked to juicy tenderness, with ubtlc touches of just-right seftson- ips. pork hocks can't be beat for fnll or winter dinner. Savory Pork Hocks: Brown fresh ork hocks in a litfle hot fat; , jrinkle with suit and ndd '^ tea- 1 loon thyme. ^ teaspoon sfige, '^ ^aspoon savory and several pep- ercorns. Add i Inrgc onion, sliced, nd 1 cup of water. Cover and sim- icr over low heat until meat is ery tender, about 2 hours. Add iore water as needed during cook- Pre-Christmas Supper Menu Easy to Prepare Here's » n easy-do menu for a pro-Christmas supper. ORANGE-CRANBERRY YAMS Ingredients: 4 medfum-Mze yams fcooked and peeled), -li cup canned whole cranberry sauce, 2 tablespoons orange jviice, V a cup light corn syrup, I tablespoon butter or margarine oneltedt, Method: Cut yams in half lengthwise; place in shallow small baking dish. Mix cranberry sauce, orangn and lemon juice; spoon over yams. Mix corn syrup and butter; pout over cranberry mixture. Bake in moderate (350F) oven 2Z minutes, busting occasionally with sauce rom bottom of dish. Serve hot. Makes 4 servings. By UAVNOR MADOOX NKA Knotl and .'Markets Editor Christmas Eve hns always been n big event in our home. The boys decorate the tree and arrange n crib with an Iniunt Jesus and .shepherds. Then, at ten, pue.sts sir- rive, prcsen's arc opened and everybody filn^s Christmas songs. Jan Mitchell, owner of New York's famous Gorman restaurant, Luehows. tells me Christmas Eve celebrations originated in Germany cetiturio.s a;ro. The children were awakened at 11:30 and sleepily allowed In open their Rifts, There was also the traditional herring 5,9 l«d which Lttchows still present.s to its guests on the day before Christmas, cakes and cookies. Then One came favorite was the Jelly-filled doughnut still served at the restaurant. It is called Fastnocht Krapfcn and this is the way they make it at Luchows. Fastnucht Krapfen (Makes l>/ 3 dozen) One pint milk, 1 cake compressed yeast, 4',-j to 5 cups sifted flour, pound butter, melted; % cup sugar, \'i lemon peel, grated: -.3 eggs, beaten; flour, currant jelly >r thick cooked apples, lard or hnrtening for deep frying, extra sugar. Heat milk to lukewarm. Soften .-nnst in '/ 4 cup warm milk. Stir 2'1> cups flour smoothly into rest of warm milk. Mix yeast quickly into this batter. Cover lightly with folded towel and let stand 1 hour or longer. i Allnr sponce hafc risen well, mix in melted butter, sugar, lemon peel, eggs and remaining flour. Stir well. Turn dough out on lightly floured board. Fold over, then roll lightly to la-inch thickness. Cut with 3-inch.round cookie cutter. Spread half of the rounds with 1 heaping teaspoon jelJy or cooking apnles. Cover these with remaining rounds. Crimp edges firmly together with fingers. Leave on floured board. Cover lightly with folded towel and let rise in warm room \? hour, or until light and puffy. Fry a few at a time in deep hot fat (360 degrees F.) until golden brown. Remove from fat' drain on thick paper toweling. While hot, roll in sugar. Though loafing is inviting S^nd TV's mighty nice Shopping time is Meeting- Set out, brove snow ond ice. The black widow, North America's most venomous spider, Is identified by a bright red, hour- lass-shaped spot under the abdomen. RADIATOR WORK Boiled Out Repaired Flo Tested Re-cored ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop 508 Ci. Lake Ave Pho. 6981 i2'««««w««'.e^ww««w MMM1M mA ALL PRICES GOOD UNTIL CHRISTMAS STAMP COLLECTORS Send for Free Premiums and Fine Approvals. SOUTHERN STAMPSHOP. Boi 1165 Memphis, Tenn. We Are Overstocked With CHRISTMAS TREES Check Our Prices Before You Buy! —One Week Special — Big Paper Shell Pecans - 5 Ibs. 1.19-15 Ibs. 2.99 ALL TOYS REDUCED BLYTHEVILLE CURB MKT. 120 E. Main St. . I i I Christmas Cheer Starts " , I with America's Favorite \ Swift's Premium f y.^r-V '. I HAM LB. HALF OR WHOLE - FULLY COOKED-NO CENTER SLICES REMOVED PORK Cometo Gobler, Mo. Santa Glaus and his Will Be Here In Person at the Missouri's Largest Country Store . af Gobler, Missouri Located End Cut Loin ARMOUR'S STAR — READY TO EAT ROAST & CHOPS Ib. 451 Save your Green Register POICS Ib. 39< ! JreeChlcter Doll «K KK K* l!.'XifWVVVf^*W*W<*.*WX'WtWXX*mW*K«W §>e:p:$'*.VlWtfll i Free Candy and Baloons For the Children! Come One and All! Shop! Buy! Save! GREAT SALE NOW GOING ONI Royal Heart Double Breasted TURKEYS IBISCO DEL MONTE SLICED or CRUSHED WCOLATEDWS LAKGE ASSORTMENT OF CHRISTMAS CANDY ,»25(1 SWEET PICKLES 501COCOANUT SOZ 2S(! g LARGE 351' SHRIMP vwtw,s- t <f>t-4XK*'t^^^ MAIN AT FIFTH

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