Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 3, 1952 · Page 12
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January 3, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Eggs On Toast With Ham Sauce small pieces; tablespoons sugar and prune cook- liquid. Cook and stir over low heat u n t i l mixture is consistency of thick j a m ; cool. Sift together flour, U cup sugar, baking jowder, and salt.-Cut in shorten- Add milk and mix well. Turn out onto lightly floured- board and roll t h i n , a little less than U-inch Cut into 12 to 15 3-inch rounds Place a small spoonful of prune filling in center of each circle and over, pinching edges to sea! Place close together in shallow greased pan. Bake in hot (400 F. "^1 oven about 20 minutes. Remove Uncertainty In Vogue As Auto Industry Opens f 52 Production WJUCH-r?-! *»WW*^ T »t UAVID 1. WJLKIE (Amwtlated Prn* Automotive Editor) Dctroll-M'i-The auto industry I t s . 1952 production today w i t h a program surrounded hy more t h a n normal uncertainty. instances the advances inlo several hundred dollarf. The effect has been to force many buyers into lower price fields and f i n a l l y into the used car market. Credit Ternti Im)»Hant Prices and credit terms w i l l figure prominently in the industry's new models marked activities in m a n y plantp. The car industry usually plan: its o u t p u t schedules on the basi; of potential demand. Now it is planning them on the basis of production quotas fixed by emergency law. And the a u t n maker* don't know whether the total will be 1982 sales program -- more so, perhaps. t h a n at any time since World War II. Advancing prices, retailers say, have n u l l i f i e d whatever advantage was sained in the MEANWMILE.AT MARGES THERE WU. BE TRVINO DftVS FORVOU. I HOPE SOU WILL OVE US POSSIBLE CD-OPERATION- slight extension of the lime pay- AND THAT5 IT, MRS. CUSTOCHAN. HISBODV W6S FOUND ment -period granted by the Federal Reserve Board last year. Now the installment plan car buyer gets 18 months to pay for enough fnr actual, his new car. However, do they know whether higher price schedules, his month w i l l absorb the reduced output. ly payments are greater than they were when he had only 15 months car shortage before to complete payment. mid-1952. But there appears to be just about as much conviction in a u t o m o t i v e quarters t h a t governmental controls w i l l be exercised to keep o u t p u t and actual new car requirements in approximate balance. A large part of the industry's r e t a i l i n g division blames the comb i n a t i o n of soaring prices and tight credit restrictions for the lag in new car sales that marked the f i n a l quarter of 1951. This is particularly true of dealers some I n d u s t r y leaders say they are distance from the factories. They not worried about buying power It is just as great, they say, as it charges 'to the delivered price of was last year. But they admit recurring price increases are forcing Some of them say the credit restrictions may force them out of business. · However, at the moment there ;eems little prospect of an early many would-be new car out of the market. "Every time $100 is added to the price of a . new car, several million potential buvei's are lost HBMOV! MOC, PEAg.COQU. ·UTTWt AND CHEESE! to the market," one leading sales Turther easing of credit curbs. The manager remarked. Federal Reserve Board, has made It is true, of course, that price hikes during the last were designed to halt inflatinary amounted to much more than $100 nfluenccs of any runaway credit on the different makes of cars. l,n OUT OUR WAY SAMWICH WHV, I'M "TRYMA CXJt WITHOUT r. AW' I PUT WELL? !M PIAVIMG S AlAHOf mBO INTfHTTIWIN* TOMAKIMFM.).. HI MM! UTfO.i nuwui CAN OU ARSLie FOR HOURS IfcOMPLAINT PEPT.I WITHOUT LOSINS of Texas HAS SERVED AS SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR3AS2MVS.' KfccmD mis FamUM KM Mid WORLD/ FatchporSikn.lnda A MEMORIAL flWER 7! FEET HIGH AND STUDDED WTH MXW TUSIS WILT en EMWROR AKBAft THE GREAT OVER Iht OUHtOf HIS HUNTING ELEPHANT/ ClYKMEMERAOEDT lkED S) 5CHOa.Mfm ON A DAY SO COLO THAT A NO l»E TM.KIW.OOR WCVE GOT TO YEH.BUTMV GOflH.YCAWT JUST TUCK A SIXTY-FOOT WNOSMJR AWAY IN YOUR POCKET NEVER MIND, V SURE IS JUST BRING/ OH.TH-\WDNDERFUL UN*.' 1HI5 MAY ^ HIMINTO f TIME- \TH' THINGS I NOT B!: AO UAflY J THE LAB... I MACHINE, I DOC CAN DO I'LL DOTHEV EHP /WITH HIS REST.' r^--^A GADGET.' «rr WNNY OUT OF CIRCULATION BEFORE HE HAS THIS WHOLE COUNTY IN A WVN1C.' PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK *BOM DE SOUND O 1 DE. SHOTS. ME NOMINATION ftv OE REPLICRAT PARTY WASN'T IMOUS-- HUH, FOiDlCK? DOES M*M i GIT cLtcrto PRESIOtNr? NOT QUITE, BUM. THE DF.MMiCANS WILL NOMiNATK ACANOIPATEJ or. . - LOOK , POSDICK-I DON'T WANT HOfcOOY RUNNIN' Mt DOWN.'.' ME MUOOCft WOUI.D FTEU HOIT; IN CASE DE NEWS REACHED Hm CELL. AN I DON'T WANT NOBODY OOIN' OVER ME RtCORO.'.' I'M SENSITIVE ABOur IT. VOUt- BLTIFR Htt.L TOY TO PER- SUADC PEOPLE NOT TO \OTC TOR MX). DEMMICANi T NOMINATE ttfL.f fopo know wt'r* sloping, luck KMT apphMMl" More Koreon Battle Casualties Listed Washin(ton-(/P)-T h e Defense Department today identified £1 more battle casualties . in Korea A new list reported 17 dead, 4* wounded, six missing in action, one prisoner of war and eight in- listed 14 killed who previously were reported missing. Choice Recipes Bj CECILY BKOWNSTONC 4 eggs, 2 table- or margarine, 3 flour, 2 cups m i l k loosely-packed finely- ground cooked . ham, '.I teaspoon paprika, salt and while pepper (to taste), 8 slices buttered toast parsley. Method: Hard-cooked e g g s shell, and slice thin crosswise M a k e a white sauce of the butter or marsarine, flour, and milk; stir in ham and paprika and salt and to taste; reheat. Put a slice of toast on each of 4 plates; toast with egg slices, re- slices. Cover with a half-cup of the harn sauce and garnish with reserved and parsley. Cut remaining of toast in triangular i.ilves and place one on each side toast. Serve at once, generous servings. Quick Prune Kolachy Ingredients: ?i cup cooked prunes, 3 tablespoons sugar, 3 tablespoons prune cooking liquid, 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour, U cup sugar, 4 teaspoons baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, ',3 shortening, *i cup milk, 1 sifted confectioners' sugar, tablespoons orange juice. nip cup teaspoon grated orange rind. If-, cup chopped monds. . Method: Cut prunes from pits fUf if. orangt Jtrtct tttf rind, and almonds; drizzle over top* of rolls and serve at once. Nectar Crisp Pudding Ingredients: % cup sifted all- purpose flour, Vi teaspoon salt, H cup brown sugar (packed), Vi cup fine dry bread crumbs, ] cup crisp cereal flakes, ft cup butter or margarine, IH cups apricot nectar, !-i cup sugar, 3 tablespoons cornstarch, few grains salt, 1 egs, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 14. teaspoon grated lemon rind. Method: Stir flour, li teaspoon salt, brown sugar, crumbs,, and cereal together; cut in butter or margarine until crumbly. Spread about two-thirds of mixture in bottom of greased 8-inch round baking dish: Heat nectar. Mix sugar, cornstarch and t hw .grains salt thoroughly together and stir into nectar. Cook and stir until clear and thick. Remove from icat and slowly stir into lightly beaten egg. Return to saucepan · and cook 1 minute longer, stirring constantly. Remove from heat, stir in lemon juice and rind and pour over crumb mixture. Top A'ith remaining crumbs. Bake in moderate (350 F.) oven 40'minutes. Serve warm or cold. Makes 6 to 8 servings. Grape And Apple Salad Ingredients: 2 cups stemmed Emperor grapes, 2 large red Delicious apples, · J A 'cup (about) French Dressing, lettuce or other salad greens. Method: Cut grapes in half and 'remove seeds; turn into mixing bowl. Wash, dry, and cut apples into eighths; remove cores. Slice apples into bowl in thin fanshaped pieces. Add French Dressing. Mix well. Serve on salad greens. Makes 4 generous servings. Spicy Cranberry Sundaes Ingredients: Vi cup brown sugar, 2 teaspoons cinnamon, 1 pound - can whole cranberry saUce, I quart vanilla ice cream. Method: Mix well brown sugar and cinnamon. Spoon cranberry sauce over servings of ice cream. Sprinkle about 1 tablespoon ot roasted unblanched al-| the sugar-cinnamon mixture over each sundae. Makes fi servings. with 3 Chilled Fruit Tarts Ingredients: 1. flavored gelatin, envelope 14 cup un- cold water, Vi cup hot fruit juice, U cup chopped maraschino cherries. cups diced m i x e d fruit from oven and let cool 5 minutes Meanwhile mix confectioners THOMDAI ETIMNQ 6:00 Dinner Music 4:15 Starlight Tin* 0:30 Newt 6:43 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Ttendezvous 7:45 Lombardo ou the Air 8:00 Rill Henry--News 8:05 Tiod and Gim Club 8:30 Reporters Roundup 9:00 Tomorrow's Headlines 9:05 Harding Family 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 111:15 Platter Party 10:30 Sign Off FHIDAT MORNING 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markeli ind wettber 6:35 Rise N 1 Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee K u p Kapera 7:30 Otasco Newt 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Robert Hurlcigh News-8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning F.diti-m 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 NCTCJ--M 9:30 Take A Number 10:00 Food for Thought 11:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 R h y t h m Ranch Hands 11:15 Rauckage Commentary 11:25 News M 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical R o u n d u p 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 2:00 Hymns of All Churches 2:15 News "t Noon ' a:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 2:45 Riders of Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News--M 1:30 Afternoon Varieliei 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Bob Poole 3:0f! Swing Session 3:30 Tune Plck'n Time 4:00 Tune Plck'n Tim» 4:30 Tune Plckn' Tlm« .1:00 Green Hornet S:30 Wild Bill Hlckok »:S3 Cecil Brown (drained), e baked tart shells. Method: Soften gelatin in cold water. Add hot fruit juice; stir until thoroughly dissolved. In a bowl stir' together well gelatin mixture, maraschino cherries and fruit. Chill .until mixture is slightly thicker than consistency of unbeaten egg whites. Spoon thickened fruit gelatin into 6 tart shells. Chill until firm. Top with center of whipped cream or evaporated milk flavored with sherry extract. An outstanding .flavor--Junge's Romari Meal Bread. 11-19-tf It's Simply Lovely Br SUE BURNETT The dress that insures your loveliest appearance -- a charming surplice style with soft lace to accent the waist top. Use novelty buttons to finish the side draping. Pattern No. 8726 is. a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14, ,Ifi, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 18, 3H yards of 35 or-39-inch. For this pattern! 'tnd 30e In COINS, -your name,' address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, USD Avt. Americas, New .York 19.-N..Y. S«nd 25 cents today tor the fall tna Wilier FASHION. 48 pages of smart, ,casy to sew .styles; inter- etting features; fashion news- Gift patterns printed inside the hook. WALT BEACH (.OANS Iktntod, l«p»rt Wwhh ROCHltrS JEWELRY

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