Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 13, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 13, 1952
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STARVING IN A SHOWCASE-Nadl. Ooyn. 3Z, Is » younit woman over in niton, Italy, who like* te go hungry. In fact, the calls herself the, World's Champion of Starvation. She's pictured amid ' , . ,-arioui ipectilon. in a transparent pltstic booth' In- which the hat Just sUrted uwUwr kacihy '· -. ,;. : · ·' · ··' fs«, hipla*; to better her previous record ef «J d.yi. ' ' ' - ' · "" »r CECILY BROWNSTONF. Sour .CreaiT). Stow : , Ingrtdleiitii' 3 cups finely nhrccV- ded greishJiiabliageiV.Vi cup'com- mcrcFally-prtptred" spur cream,; 1 tablespoon sugar., i tablespoon cider ylDegir, 'A. Ubiespopn celery seed, ji'J-i ttbleipoph. finely, fgratcrt anidi,*';' 1i»!tj'A'»«d ..ftcshly.-ground l»j!p«rcj|in',tnste);-.salad.. MeVttxl!'.'-.Put X'JMbbage"/ In.';'» in« J !im(''lHd mixing bowl, Put sour cretin in « sm«ll mixing bowl and add sugar, celery seed, ;and onion; .jtjf-.' welli ; 'Pour. ; dressing over cabba'ge and loss lightly. Add salt and-pepper to taste,'mixing lightly, {.Before gervlng, ring slaw with sniad'/greens nnd sprinkle With paprika. Make's 4 . servings. .Special Green Pea Soup 1 Ingredients! 1 c u p " drained cooked green pens, 2 cups- thin white sauce, salt ond.-"frciijil.v- Eround pepper (to taste), finely mlncctt pnrsley. '·):·'· v ; ' , A Method: Put pens-through a food ihill or fine itralncrj-add:to whlh sauce in saucepan. Add-salt a pepper, to taste., Heat 1 thoro.ughly, stirring a few times. Ladle-into sdUp: dishes ' a n d sprinkle with parsley, Makes 3 servings. Coconut Custard-" Ingredients: 4 eggs, VS cu|sugar, V; U'iispoon will, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 3 cups milk, shredded coco- n u t (out Into short lenuths). Method: Beat cfi'K* slightly In large mixing bowi; and stir in sugar, milt,nnd vanilla. Scald milk and pour slowly Into'egs mixture stirring constantly, put 2 tablespoons .coconut into bottom, o each-cuslord cup; strain custard mixture into cups. Set'cups in baking- -jwn nnd pour hot water into pan'.within % Inch from top of custard. Mnkc in slow (325 f . } iivcn 1 40 to 50 minutes or unti l:nirb Inserted halfway between otilMidc edge nnd center comes out clean, nemovc at- once from hot water. ·, Salmon-Noodle Casserole · Ingredients: 2 eggs, 2 clips medium white sauce, 1 tablespoon finely fjraicd onion, 3 tablespoons minced parsley, one 1-pound can salmon, 6ounces (2 cups) noodles (cooked nnd drained), H cup buttered bread crunibs. · Method: Beat eggs slightly and add to white ··'entice with onion and parsley. Remove bones and skin .from salmon, flake and add to sauce.. : Alternate layers of noodles 'and sauce in baking dish. Ton with bread crumbs. Bnke in moderate'(350 F.) oven 30 minutes or until hot through and top is lightly browned. Makes 4 to 6 servings. Surprise Dessert Ingredients: 1 cup water, 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin 1 cup apricot syrup (from canned apricots), 1 No. 214 can whole un- pcclcd. nprlcols, !i cup chunk- style peanut butler, / t c up chopped datcs^JltalilcspQon leinpn Juice, J tablespoons apricot syruf Method: Put water in * sauce pan and. bring to a boll; id gelatin and stir until disiolvec Stir In well 1 cup apricot syrup chill until partially set. Mean while remove pits from aprlcbti In a small bowl, mix peanut but ter, dates,' lemon juice, and labfespoons apricot syrup, Fill th cavity of each apricot with pea nut butter mixture,- pressin hilveii 'together so fruit retains it whole appearance. Put i fillet apricot into each individual molo Then fill molds' with gelatin am chill until firm.' Unmold befon serving if desired. Makes 0 to S servings. · Cream'Cheese And Anchovy Spread Ingredients: One 3-ounce package cream cheese, 3 or 4 flat anchovies (drained), 1 tablespoon mayonnaise. Method: Have cream cheese at room temperature and put imall mixing bowl. Cut anchovies In imall pieces and add with mayonnaise. Beat thoroughly with spoon. -.Chill before serving. Quarter Counter Facing Charges New York-WJ-A bank employe las been accused of pocketing 1800 in quarters over an eight^ear period. Fred Edward Rcldel, )7, employe for 30 years, at the lanover Bank, was arrested ycs- crday and. charged with embez- lemcnt. An FBI spokesman said Reidel, assistant head of the bank's oin department, had been as- igned to count suarters arriving or deposit. Life No Bed Of Roses For Revenue Agents These Days New York-W-The internal rev-' At for th taxpayers coming into enue agent at Desk 12 In the Ne York tax collector's office w» talking to* a newspaperman, woman came up and thanked hi! for helping her with her incom tax return. Then she gave,him nickel. ' . : "Honest," the agent-explained t he reporter. "It wasn't a bribe As a mutter of fact, she still owe me a nickel. I lent her a dim for a phone call." Although' thin was taid with imlle, it illustrated a mood widel prevalent among t» people'thete days. They're on the defensivi One female agent explained: "Every time I withdraw 12 rom 'my savings account and pu t In my checking account, I do i with a cashier's check. That's t make sure I can account for th money later." The lady refused to give thi eporter her name. 'You can't imagine the grea Irain we're under in the Interna Revenue Bureau because of the candals," she said. "Even us lit- e people. You put my name in he paper and some crackpot wil ec it and write into the collector aying I ought to be investigated 'm living beyond my means. "Even a screwball complaint ke that, completely without foun- ation, cpuld lead to a long, spe- lal investigation. This .kind o hing has happened, and innocen eople'have suffered. The morale f revenue employes is terrible these days." the collector's office (or help in preparing their returns, most of them art showing rwtraint. Only «.few enter with a chip on their shoulder or .lutniclon in their eye. . . There has been "iome tnippi- ness," one agent explained. He has heard * few wisecracks like: "Pretty soft job, you got;" "How many mink coats does your wife have?" George T. Woods, divisional chief,'said he dreaded .the opening of the office for this year's Income tax season. "I thought it would be hell. But the great majority of people have been very nice. Maybe they feel sorry for the rest of us because of he .publicity we've gotten for a few bad apples." KM* ·» cut HM nom-nti PIPES SKIRL FOR 2ND ARMY DIVISION-Sgt Brick Bradford, right, givet Pic. Harold D. Cor.bett pointers oh piping as the 2nd Army Division, in Korea/reactivates its bagpipe bind. Some Scott complained when the band chose the Royal Stewart' tartan for lit klltt, but the Yank pipers felt better when th. Maclaihe of Ixichbuie, Chief of the Clans Maclaine, wrote to the commanding officer of the 2nd, from Durban, South Africa, giving permifiion for use of his tartan. The Maclaine chief said it is "a token of my appreciation of all the United States hat done in the cause of world freedom." . . . - . [OU CANT FOOL A DOCTOR! EVfKYtODY HAS A MOHT TO * MEADOLAKE NUTRITION MAKES IT limit AND DELIVERS C R E A M I E S T Red KkJwy Beins Pink Salmon ''" .,,··» f · · Corn Beef Chile Con Carne tomato Juice iipfon'jTea , . . liplon'sTea . , . fefle^ea . . . Hersheyls Syrup . Baker's Cocoa . . Tomatoes . . . . Ipmaio Catsup . , Pineapple IHneapple FruH Cocktail Jock Sprat Si's: 25* b, package 99 '/i-lb, package 50* '/i-lb. package 25* . . . lb.can 14* , , '/rib. can 14* . .No- 2 can 13* . . . bottle 18* Close-Out Sale Continues At W A T S O ' S GROCERY HIGHWAY 16 EAST PHONE 175 Everything in Store at Wholesale Price o Below! All Prices Good Until Stock Is Sold 1»r Yellow Bonnet No. 2 Can Yellow Bonnet No. 1 Flat Tin Topmojf Brand No. 303 Can 23* 12* 29* MH* r Borden's Eagle Brand . can 29* 1H Plnh Frozen FOM! Conlolnen VapoCans DUI JITS FroiM r.wT Ql, 10^ Al fbhtof Tickle .. .. 25% Off Shoe Polish, Griffin's.... 3 for 25* Apple Jelly, Griffin's . . 12oz r 16* Grape Jelly °,f.: v 16 Strawberry Preserves G ,S.' 19 Plum Jelly, Griffin's .. . 12 01.19 Peach Preserves G ,f:;: $ 19 Boysenberry Preserves 19 Pear Nectar Topmoil Brand 4A/f 12 oi. IIP Kofex . . . . . . . . 29 Canned Dog Food . . . . . can?* Polar Bear Coffee _____ . lb,69* Yellow Bonnet Coffee .. .. lb.69 Griffin's Coffee . . . . . . . lb,69* Folger's Coffee- lean limit . . lb.79* Sardines in oil.. '"...,10* Baby Fowl, Getter's . . . . ^ 7 * Flour, Polar Bear . . 5-lb.pkg.35* Apple Sauce T X"iS: B ' 12* Apple PfeMIXA Nufrena Dog Heal . . . . 5lb.61* KEROSENE ·rinf Ymr ^ .. Gallon Grapefruit juke IN T H f WOP1D! Griffin's «. No. 2 Con I * Small Sizt No. 101 Wesson Oil . . . . . . pint 19* Milk, Yellow Bonnet . . fall can Cut Green Beans . Pork 4 Beans Child's Razor Blades Doeskin Tissues Aluminum Foil . . PalmoliveSoap PalmoliveSoap Ivory Soap Swans Soap . . , .regular size 9 Swans Soap large size IK PGSoap .barIQc Lrfe Buoy Soap . . . . bath size 8 Life Buoy Soap . . . regular size IK Soap Powders.... all brands 19* Drug Counter, All Hems 25% Off No. 2 can lie \ 7 No. 303 4Crf * Cam IJ+ .. pkg. 5 14 25 ft, roll 39* 4for25 .. bath size NX · medium size 10 \

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