Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 24, 1952 · Page 7
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January 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMIS, Foyttfcvilta, Arkontot, Thurutoy, Jonuary i«, 1953 ----·' =; President ]ji. silver fl. Will ham (above) veteran Oklahoma agriculture professor, has been named president o£ Oklahoma A, and M. College in Still water, Okla., succeeding the late Dr. lldnry G Bennett, killed iir a plane crash in Iran December 22. If It Wos Ad vice He Wonted He Has Plenty To Consider Wash!nglon-(/P) - That. Pittsburgh, Pa.,. resident who wants to give up his citizenship and move where there are no income taxes, has received a variety of suggestions. Some have been bitter, some friendly. The replies, from various parts of the nation, were addressed to Senator Martin (R-Pa) because it was to him the Pittsburgh resident wrote for advice. Martin rtid not disclose the man's name. A woman from Rantoul, III., and a doctor from Brownwood, Texas, suecraled the disgruntled taxpayer go to Russia. As the woman put it: "There arc no income taxes in Russia and, incidentally, no income," But a man from Dania, Fla., and another from Mission, Kan., had glowing recommendations. The Kloridan suggested New Providence Island' in the British West Indies where, he said, "there is no land tax, no income tax." Tlie Kansan wrote: "I doubt if there is any place in the world, with the exception of a desert island, where income taxes arc more negligible than they arc on the island of Snba In the Netherland West Indies." New Assignment For Gen. Crump Garvin Wacliinuton-(/IVA former comm a n d i n g general at Camp Chaffee, Ark., lias been a.sMgned to command the 301st logistical command at Camp KucUcr, A l a . He is Maj. den. Claude U. Kercnbaugh, now a member of the U. N. truce team in Korea. General Kercnliaudi will take over from M a j . Gen. Crnm]. Gnr- vin, a n a t i v e of i l a n i s o n , Ark., sometime next m o n t h , (iar. in's next a.-signincnt has not been announced. General Garvin's f a m i l y lived in r u y c t t c v i l l e d i i r i n R World War II and arc wt-ll known liere. Loses Nose In Play With His Pet Dog Oklahoma C'ily-f.-1')-An OUIaho- rmi City r.-dr-sman will Hike ISMIC with the old saying that best friend is his dog. (icriild A. Smith. W. was play- Ing w i t h his doff, flush, on HIP living Kxim floor. Suddenly, In n innincnt of excilcmr-m, Klosli Jumped al his master and bit his nose. "· . · ." [n vciy' sunny i-lothme may actually tit be . t 'an whiti). rcflcctlnK clolhingJ Choice Recipes By CECILY BROWNSTONE Sauerkraut With Frankfurter Apple Rings ingredients: 1 No. '1% can (or 3!» cups bulk) sauerkraut, 1 medium-sized onion (sliced thin), 1? cup sour cream, U teaspoon nutmeg, 1 tablespoon brown sugar, 2 medium-sized apples, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine (melted), 2 teaspoons (rratcd onion, 3 tablespoons brown sugar, 6 frankfurters. ·Method: In a saucepan, mix sauerkraut and onion slices; cover .and simmer 20 minutes. Remove from heat and add sour cream, nutmeg, and 1 tablespoon brown sugar. Wash, core, and .slice apples (without, pceljiie) into (i '.4-inch slices. Brush apple rings with butter; sprinkle with Brated onion and 3 tablespoons brown sugar. Place frankfurters and apple rings on broiler rack and broil (about 3 inches from heat) 5 to 6 minutes. Reheat sauerkraut and place in center of large p l a t ter; surround with frankfurters and apple rings. Stakes 4 to 6 servings. Quick Cherry Cookies Ingredients: 2 cups sifted enriched flour, '/i teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup brown sugar, 3-4 cup new-type shortening, 1 cpg, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 2 tablespoons milk, VB cup chopped pecan nut meats, '.4 cup chopped maraschino cherries, \'~ cup coconut. Method: Sift together flour, baking 1 soda, and salt into mixing bowl. Add sugar, shortening (at room temperature) and egg. Mix ' Vvanilla with milk and add to flour mixture. Stir to mix ingredients, than beat 2 minutes (300 strokes). Stir in nuts, cherries, and coconut. Drop by spoonfuls on greased b a ' t i " »hccl. Bake in moderate (375 F.) oven 10 to 15 minutes. Makes about 4 dozen cookies. Savory Egg Sandwich Ingredients: 2 hard-cooked cgKS (finely chopped), 1 tablespoon chopped sweet pickle, 2 tablespoons finely diced celery, 1 tablespoon chopped urecn olives. 1 to Hi tablespoons salad drcss- . ing. salt and pepper to taste. Method: Mix chopped egEf. pickle, celery, olives and salad dressing. Season to taste with salt .and pepper. Makes f i l l i n g for 2 Oiearty sandwiches. Sour Cream Thousand ·Island Dressing / Ingredients: 1 cup sour cream ',i cup finely chopped celery, 1 tablespoon finely chopped olives, V, toasn-on salt. U teaspoon grated onion, "i cup chili sauce, 1 hard-cooked egg ( f i n e l y diced). Method: Mix all ingredients together gently but thoroughly. Chill (or several hours or overnight before serving. Makes I V i .cups. Special Cottage Cheese Salad · Ingredient's: 2 cups shredded carrot, 1 cup diced impeded red apple, 1 cup country-style cottage cheese, salt, r,alad preens, paprika Method: Mi.-/ carrot, apple, ami collage cheese together lightly Season with salt to laFlc. Serve in mounds on crisp salad greens "Sprinkle with paprika. Makes about 3 cups salad, or six wvinfis Coconut Gingersnap Pic Ingrccricnl.s: 1 cup fine ginger snap crumbs, U cup butter 0 margarine (melted), one .'!'; ounce 1 package coconut puddin? and pie f i l l i n g . Method: Mix K'ngcrsnap crumbr and butter or margarine. Sprca( in ft-inch pie pi:n. Press dowi . f i r m l y on bottom and sidos of pai with fingers or back -of ;.poon Bnki' in a moderate (35(1 l-'.)»ovci S 10 minutes. Cool. Prepare coco ntil f i l l i n g according to recipe oi . 'itrkagc and ur.o ns filling loi ' 'Hit. Xfft nn TiMKS d "" n-- tf»rt U Happy Days Are Here Again Take a Good Look at These Meat Values! SUGAR Powder or Frown 1-lb. Box 10 c PETER PAN I.G.A. Cherry Red Kraft's Velveta Northern Brand Large Glass Large 12-oz. Bottle Peanut Butter CATSUP CHEESE TISSUE POTTED MEAT KISSES C Can Hershey's - Wrapped f* F | In Foil-The Whole .. IVj Family Loves 'Em |Q a Double-Your-Money-Back Guarantee On All Meals 1 UNUSUAL? Of course IGA's doublc-your-money-baek guarantee is unusual. · ; But so are IGA's famous meats. That's why we're eager to have you try ; them Choose any meat, poultry, or fish item you wish. If for any reason you ,; don't agree it's perfectly delicious, just tell us and get double your money back. · | FRESH DRESSED FRYERS .. Ib. 49c ;j WE RAISE OUR OWN ; FRESH GROUND B e e f . . . . lb.59c FINE FOR HAMBURGER OR MEAT LOAF SLICED BACON . . . . . . lb.39c WILSON'S CORN KING FRESH PORK LIVER . . . . lb.29c j YOUNG AND TENER jj CHICKEN BACKS . . . 2-lbbox37c SWANSON PACK SALT SIDE PORK Ib. 23c LEAN It's NEW --Makes One Quart Darimix Powdered Skimmed Milk 3 »; lOc L^yv .xx/x^c^sir iK-j*Y*\ / FARM FRESH FROM STORE TO Y O U ! .. 29c FLORIDA ORANGES, 5-lb LARGE SIZE HEAD LETTUCE each 19c LARGE, FIRM HEADS TUBE TOMATOES . . . . each 23c FANCY QUALITY PASCAL CELERY .each 15c EACH STALK TENDER LARGE GRAPEFRUIT ... 6 for 29c MARSH SEEDLESS COLORED OLEO 19 Lb. GERBERS BABY FOOD 12 cans 95c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25, 1.89 SUNSHINE CRACKERS 29 Box CONSUMER'S SUPER IGA MARKETS No. 1 Store, South Side Square - No. 2 300 W. Dickson SEE WHAT A DOLLAR WILL BUY AT IGA ARMOUR'S FINE ART 20 Bars SOAP $100 1 CAMPRRE -- PORK AND BEANS 303 Cans | ,MUCHMORE BRAND Peaches 4 LORETTA OR DIXIE LUCK 6 Cans TRAILER SWEET FREE $100 8 303 $-100 Cans | 8-ft. Servel REFRIGERATOR DON'T WAIT -- SIGN UP NOW AT EITHER STO'RE -- NOTHHNG TO BUY -YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT ,-EBRUARY 8th. FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Dei. STRAINED HONEY 5 Ib. Jar CAMPBELL BRAND VIENNA SAUSAGE 17 Can ARMOUR'S TREET

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