The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1954 · Page 9
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 7, 1954
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINi USDA Vegetable Booklet Handy Cooking Experts Give Hints OH Use Of Garden Foods By CAVNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor "Root vegetables" is the title of a new pamphlet prepared by the U. S. Department of Agriculture cookery experts in Washington. It gives the newest practical advice on getting the most flavor and food value out of beets, carrots onions, parsnips, rutabagas and turnips. These two recipes for onions will bring more pleasure to your fami' ly meals. Stuffed Onionj (4 aervlngl) Four large onions, 1% table- ipoons chopped parsley, one-third cup chopped celery, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 and one- third cup fine dry bread crumbs, 1,4 teaspoon salt, pepper. Peel onions and. cut In half crosswise. Simmer In salted water until almost tender. Drain. Remove centers of onions without disturbing the outer two layers. Chop centers fine. • Cook parsley, celery, and chopped onion In the butter or margarine until slightly softened. Add crumbs and seasonings, and heat thoroughly. Stuff onion shells with hot mixture. Place In a baking pan; add water to cover the bottom of the pan. Cover the pan. Bake at 350 degrees P. (moderate oven) about *> minutes or until onions are ten' der. Brown under the broiler after baking If desired. Stewed Onlnna and Tomatoes (4 aervtngs) Hiree-fourths cup sliced onions, V/i cups cooked, canned, or chopped fresh tomatoes, 14 teaspoon salt, pepper,. If desired, 1 tablespoon flour, or 2 slices dry bread, cubed, 1 tablespoon butter or margarine. Cook tomatoes and onions with salt and pepper slowly until the onions are tender. Mix flour and a little of the hot tomato juice, then pour the mixture Into the tomatoes and cook until thick. Or add bread cubes to ths tomato mixture and heat. Add butter or margarine. Hollywood (OonWnued from Page 8) down. Dick has no qualms about performing in warmed-over Mitchurn. "Mitchum was right to turning down the part," said Powell. "He wasn't right for the role. The part calli for a man old enough to be Debbie's father. Mitchum is too young lor that. "As a matter of fact, I was offered, the role when Alex Gottlieb wa» producing the picture independently. I wu too tied up at flie time. Later Howard Hughes took over (toe property and wanted me to produce it. I decided against It. It's a cute picture, but wouldn't advance me u a producer of my first flim." He ncpMW bfc first production to be "The Lone Wire," a Western •bout the stringing of the telegraph acrogf the frontier. As stars, he hopes to have John Wayne, Jane Ruseell and Robert Mitchum. Well, be MB hope, can't he? Dick, to whom nothing seems Impossible, plans to direct the film u well M produce. Among his other activities was Hie directing of "Calne Mutiny Court Martial," the highly sucess- ful stage version of the best teller. The show, which stars Henry Fonday, Lloyd Nolan and John Hodiak, will open in New York Jan. 20, and Powell hopes to be there. His presence may help quell the reports of an all-out feud between himself and certain members of the company. "Sure, Henry and I had a little beef," he admitted. "You know how moody he can be. Well, we had a difference of. opinion over how certain scenes should be played. He wanted certain cuts to be made, and Herman Wouk, who wrote the book and the play, wasn't available for a week or so. .Herman Is a very devout Jew and wouldn't work during the holidays. "Henry got worried. He wanted certain comedy scenes to come out. He didn't give his curtain speech with the force I thought it required. So, rather than cause any , more friction, I bowed out. : "Charles taughton took over for the last five days of rehearsal. 1 saw the show after it opened and there were very few changes from how I left it." : That isn't all that Dick Is Involved in. He also produces and stars in half-hour dramas for the popular TV series Four Star Playhouse. He knocks one off every few weeks. Hamburger Casserole: Beef and Noodles Make Main Dish Here's a new way to UM hamburger in a casserole dish. BEEF AND NOODLE CASSEROLE Incredienta: 1 tablespoon ult, S quarts boiling water, t ounces (about 4 cups) medium egg noodlec, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine. H cup chopped onion, 1 pound ground chuck beef, 2 tablespoons chill sauce, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 tablespoon joy sauce. 1 teaspoon garlic salt, l cup soft bread crumbs, \ cup milk (scalded), 1 egg (well beaten). K cup grated Cheddar cheese. Method: Add 1 tablespoon salt to rapidly boiling water. Gradually add noodles so water continues to boll. Cook uncovered, stirring occasionally, until tender. Drain in colander. Melt butter in skillet; add onion and beef; stir and cook until beef is browned. Add chili sauce, Worcestershire, soy sauce, garlic, salt and bread crumbs; mix well. Add milk and egg; mix lightly but thoroughly. Turn into greased Ui-quart casserole and sprinkle with cheese. Bake in moderate (3JOF) oven minutes- Make: 6 servings. IK THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HENRY SCHOEPP, DECEASED NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AS ADMINISTRATOR Last Known Address of Decedent' Near BIytheville, Arkansas Date of Death: December 18, 195J. The undersigned was appointed Administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on the SOth day of December, 1953. All persons having claim? against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six (8) months from the date of the first publication of this notice o- they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published the 31st day of December, 198S. W. J. POLLARD, Administrator of the Estate of Henry Schoepp, Deceased. % Taylor 4 Sudbury, Attorneys Borum Building BIytheville, Arkansas. .12/31-1/7 Only underwater vehicular tunnel setween two nations is the Detroit- Windsor tunnel, which connects the United States and Canada. Wild Duck Best 'A la'Frisco' West Coast Recipe Comts from Hotel Cliff's Redwood Room By GATNOR MADDOX NEA Food and Markets Editor There's probably someone in your family planning to go wild- duck hunting. The season is open. W« asked Knud Neilsen, head chef of the Redwood Room at the Clift Hotel in San Francisco to give us his recipe for roast duck. It Is unusual, but easy to do. Wild Duck (Use J or 3-pound bird) One quarter teaspoon thyme, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon pepper, 2 apples, sliced, ! / 4 cup chopped celery, 4 small white onions. For basting sauce: one teaspoon butter, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 jigger brandy (if desired), '/« cup of the duck's blood. Rub inside and outside of duck with salt, pepper, thyme. Place apple, celery, onions in breast. Roast in moderate oven (375 degrees F.) for 15 minutes (rare), 18-20 minutes (medium), 25 minutes (well done). Remove from oven. Cut breast and place in chafing dish with bul- ter, Worcestershire sauce. Simmer 15 seconds. Pour brandy and blood over the wild rice, currant jelly, French string beans and for dessert serve French pancakes with stewed fresh or frozen strawberries. James Beard, another American gourmet, suggests this recipe from his excellent book, "Fowl and IM5 •a '« '4» FOOD COSTS RISE—Above Newschart shows how per capita ioooV costs, have risen .in the U. S. from 1945 to the present. Starting with $252 in 1945, the per capita expenditure rose to $406 in 1952 and reached an all-time high of $412 for the.first half of '1953. The :935-39 average was $119 per person. Data from U. S. Department of Agriculture. Game Cookery." Roast Wild Duck Singe, pick and clean the duckv Place on a trivet in a roasting pan and rub the breasts with butter. Place in a pre-heated hot oven (475-500 degrees F.) and roast 15 to 20 minutes, depending on size of ducks. Baste every five minutes with melted butter or a mixture of melted butter and red wine. Salt and pepper to taste and remove to a ncniu MMJ Ft** MM Aw Fife *•••* **»* o«ufc ^•Sfc** l-B. Fata MM KIRBY DRUG STORES Saves money on shoes He can foot the bill for shoes for a lot less— simply because of advertising. Shoe manufacturers and retail dealers both use advertising « their lowest-cost way to get across news about styles, prices and materials—all about their products. Their combined expenditure for advertising is less than 7> out of a dollar. Selling more goods this way m'akes possible the economies of mass production. It means lower manufacturing costs, lower selling costs, lower prices to you.. Yes, advertising is a low-cost selling method tnat helps keep your living costs down. Tftlt tdnrtiiemmt prepared by the Adiwtisinf fe«V«ftai *f Amtrlct hot piattcr. These birds will be thoroughly rare and will give plenty of -rich red juice when a sharp knife Is sunk into the breast. Stuff the ducks with a spring of parsley or a few juniper berries if you so desire. Chinese Pork Chops Sweet And Pungent If you like »weet-and-pungcnt pork, cooked the Chinese way, you will so for this recipe. WEST COAST PORK CHOPS Ingredients: 4 loin pork chops ("1 to 1 inch thick), ?! cup honey, V4 cup cider vinegar, ',» cup soy sauce, 1 clove garlic (peeled and minced), '/a teaspoon monosodium giuta- mate. Method: Trim fat from 'chops; place in shallow dish. Mix honey, vinegar, soy sauce, garlic and monosodium glutamate; pour over chops about 4 hours before cooking. Cover; refrigerate; turn chop several times in sauce. When ready to cook, remove chops from sauce; pat dry with paper towel. Grease heavy skillet with bit of pork fat and heat; brown chops slowly on both sides. Transfer chops to baking dish Just big enough to hold them in one layer. Heat marinade to boiling in skillet; pour over chops. Bake uncovered, ba'sting often, In moderate (350F) oven until chops are tender—about 1 hour. Serve with pan sauce. Makes 4 servings. Special Service Steamship companies stressed "considerate service" in order to encourage women to travel on steamboats in 1800. A part of such service was exclusion of men from the dining room until all female passengers were seated. fompl DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 He«n: ft a.m. to it p.m. with iMliver; in 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 Weil Main St. The BIGGEST selling job in town Here in the classified section of your newspaper .. . you meet ' personally those people who are really in the market for what you have to offer. They read your message hecause thew want to hire or be hired, to buy, sell, lo rent , or to do you a service. Within minutes after your paper appears YOU GET RESULTS THROUGH THE WANT ADS! Ads placed before 5 p.m. will appear next day, except for Monday's paper when ads must be placed by noon Saturday. All classified advertising payable in adrance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS EBERDT'S GATEWAY STORE Friday & Saturday Specials FRESH Ground Beef ib. 29c SCHOOL DAY PEAS---2for25c CAMPBELL'S CHUM SALMON-- CM 35c PORK CHOPS Center Cuts Lb. 55' Polled Meat-can5c DINER CATSUP • 2btis.25c RITZ CRACKERS - P kg.21c IDAHO BAKER Potatoes dt 60c LETTUCE - - hd. IQc • LowerPrices •SelfService • Plenty of Free Parking Yeg. Soup - 2 for 25c SIMONS FOOD MARKET 104 W. Main Phone 9660 CARNATION or Pet Milk 821*1 BUTTERKIST BREAD 2::25c CARTON EGGS Pullets Do*. Dor. 25' SALE 25 c OLEO Mar B° ld V: Ib. Patties A AE j PORK & BEAMS Clnto " 3 n : a r 250 BLACK EYE PEAS ^3^250 JUKE PEAS picNic 3 noc r250 TOMATOSOUP Phillp ? 3 no i250 HOMINY Bush 3 noc r 250 TOMATO SAUCE TOMATOES Hunte Standard 2 no. 2 AC t cans £vv WONDER FLOUR 69 TEXAS GREEN CABBAGE - ib.2k Yellow U.S. No. 1 ONIONS - 3 ibs. 10c GRAPEFRUIT Se ! d "T 6^250 LETTUCE lcebeg 2 for 190 TURNIPS & TOPS Fresh 2 bchs 250 BEEF ROAST-ib.39c Round Steak or Sirloin Lamb Legs Roast or Steak Ib. . Rib Steak A Real Savings Ib. Veal Chops Leon & Tender Lamb Stew Fresh Cut, Lean li Hamburger 3 £ Pork Chops Center Cut Ib. Beef Slew Leon A Tender. Pig Hocks Frtsfr Ib Pork Sausage 3 J "'• (o. Salt Meat * 39< Streak- o-lean. Beef Liver Fresh & Tender PRICES GOOD FRIDAY ft SATURDAY

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