Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 1, 1952
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if IT*** 1 ti · * , KKLEYS :, JH IIM|ttM Mi COFFEE YELLOW IOHNIT, JACK $MAT DONALD DUCK 59c U, VM COFFEE GRIFFINS PpLAR UAH U. Tin . . . . j . BALLARD K !| ^ t [Can . , 9c HAMS Picnic !Lb. . . 33c STARLAC ix.. 35c I *" [Can.. 3c VELVIITA CHEESE 12-lb... 75c MIRACLE WHIP [Quart. 43c Asparagus DEL MONTE MONARCH AMERICAN LADY SpMir*, Gr««n Tipptd ·ntJWhit* |No.2Con 45C Check Thit Prict TUNA VAN CAMP Choice Recipes MOWNITONC Frozen Apricot Banana Cream Ingredients: 1 rlpt. banana, J cans strained aprlceit with (irini !4 cup sugar, Mi ciip ; runi. Mdhod: In mixing howl, maih J)n«na thoroughly. · Mix in well apricots with taint and sufar. Whip cretin and fold In, Pour into refrigerator (reeling tray, Freeze with refrigerator ronirol at coldest totting, stirring' occasionally, until firm, Makes 4 servings. Peoch SolodJngtfdienls: 1 ni, '4 cup warm milk, I/I U«ipoon dry muitard, H tMipoon-stlt, lew drop* U- ba»eo sauce, I tablespoon! limon juie».')4 eujf'erejm, 'A cUpiintly shreddfVl bUncbrt almonds, 1 cup |in«ly eut jpar»nm»npwi, V cup Onely choppM^ apple, « drained oannad cling 'peach halves, lettuce, , i * Method: in lop of double boiler beat egg well; stir In milk, mustard, salt, and tabaico Coo'i, stirring consUntljv over boiling w»ter, until mixture coats spoon. Cool, Stir in Jemon. juice VVhip crii»m and fold In, Stir In almonds, m«r«hmitloW», and apple; place In 'refrigerator overnight Put peach hajvei on lettuce on sajad plates and 'cover generously with chilled mixture Mikes 0 servings. Wholewheat Date Muffirts Ingredients. K cup lifted llou/, 4 teaspoon* baking powder, H teaspoon silt, 2 Ublespoons sugar, 1 cup stirred wholewheat flour, 1 egg, 1 cup milk, U cup butter or margarine (melted), % cup ·Heed pitted d«lc«, Method: -Silt together flour, Kiking powder, salt, and sugar, add wholewheat flour and-stir to- getlier until well mixed, Beat egg ; add milk and beat to blend; stir in butter. Add to dry ingredients with dates; stir only Until dry. ingredients are'moistened. Fill greased muffin pan's ( a b u t 2% Ichei: measured across top) about two-thirds full Bake In hot (400F) oven about, 10 jnlnutei, Makea about 11 muffins, Holtondoise Sauce Ingredients: % cup (Vi : pound) butter or margarine, egg : yolks, 1 tablespoons strained lemon juice. Methodi Cut butter into small pieces and put in top part of double boiler. Add egg yolks and lemon juice, Let -stand at room temperature for K) mlnutei.- Just before serving, place over gently boiling water for 1H mlnutec, stirring briskly. once over boiled artichokes, Mikes 4 serv- ta*. . j I Cherry Nougats Ingredients; t cup sugar, % cup water, 1/3-cup white corn syrup, 1/3 cup honey, tt teaspoon ·alt, 1 egg whites, H 'teaspoSh vanilla,. 1 cup broken walnut or pecan meats, U · cup (about Id) diced maraschino cherries, Method: In saucepan mix sugar, water, corn syrup and honey; stir oversow heat .until sugar is dis- aolved. Cook to -very h^rd ball itage (260F.). Add salt to egg whlte»i beat until stiff, but not dry, ; P6ur syrup over whites gradually, beating conntintly with electric beater, or slotted spoon, Add vanilla and beat until thick. Stir In nut meats and then cherries. Spread .in greased 8-inch tquare pan. Cool 'thoroughly; cut into 24 rectangular pieces. Savory Hot Bread Ingredients!.J browh-ar.d-serve loaf r«irb bread, H cup butter or margarine,' 1 /tablespoons minced onion) tt teaspoon ninced chervil (or-"other·available 'fr herb), 2 tableepoonx prepared mustard, 1H teaspoons .anchovy pute, H pound process Swiss cheese. Method. Make a'series' of dia- gonil cuts in the bread, cutting almost through bottom.. Mix butter, onion, chervili;or other herb, muitard, and anchovy paste together. Spread . all. but 2 table- ipoons of mixture between cuts, Fill cuts with cheese. Spread outside of loaf'with remaining .mixture Bake In moderate (HOT.) oven 15 j mlnutei Serve at once Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups per pound ...yet costs only 2 cents Oakland and lion Guests In the Garland Ivey home Sunday were Mrs, I*ura Millikan tnd son and daiuj hler-ln-lav, Mr, and Mn, Clark Millikan of Monett, Mo,, andiMr. and Mr«. Lee Fox and Mr," and Mrs. Frank Wll- klns and family, all M Ttyette- Yllle. , -^ j Lee Warren of Eprlngdale spent Tuesday" iiWth jUi ' moth'eV, Mrs M E Warren, Mm Hubert Dinner and Mr: Xlta Hulti visited Mrs"L« Cate of Springdale Tuesday afternoon Mrs Cate is ill. Lt, Clinton E Ivey, who has returned ": : from Korea and is (pending his furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs, Golden Ivey, will return to Fort Smith; where bfl will be stationed, next Week. B« Drhren Strike. :,Jacksonville, Fla.-(/P)-Drivers of buses serving this area of about 300,000 popuUtlon went on strike today ' · : Many ancient people had. bathrooms in some of which the bathing facilities were as adequate as those in; modern buildings. Church Group Asks To Change Its Name 1 -Sari Franciico-(#5-'I l he unofficial Methodiit Feaeration of Social Action, charted by opponents with causing a breach in the church by following leftwlng polici.i, will be asked during the Methodist General Conference to vacate offices in the Methodist Building, New York. The- Committee 'on the State of ;he Church'adopted a report yes- erday linking this request with a demand that the feder'ation drop the word "Methodist""from-"Its - H was the opening gun in a campaign 'again?t the', federation led by a'group known as the ''Circuit Riders." They contend the federation, originally'.· formed to promote the social.creed of,thi church', now follows policlm fa beyond the church's most, libera views, .-.,' .· '·· .' .; . ., ..... The committee report declare! the church-has been "embarrassed by certain pronouncements''-of the unofficial federation. It contended that "confusi6n has 'arisen in the minds of the public regarding the right of the federation to speak tor the Methodist Church" a n t stressed that it his no connection with the church. The federation's president, re- U«d 8Ubflp,-Triocii McConntU Of tucasville, Ohio, told the commit- tee.the federation "is not a Communist prgaiiizatipn.". ...';' , .! " ta'tk. TIME*--It Mr*. ·utler VMte Ganer : ' Uvalde, Texas-'fjPJrA couple of old Democratic friends got together today for an informal visit. Vice President · Alben Barkley oiled on former Vice president John Nance Garoe* at Garner's Uvalde home. ··' ' '·.'. . ' ' '·; ~~ \ '· f Coa! wined, In Pennsyrvanii is used in every state of tb* United States. ·.. '.-·'-. . · · - . - " · YOU CANt FOOL A HOT CAKE! A golden brown pancake menu Golden Yellow Meadolake --the £VEJtr FOOD HAS A RIGHT TO MEADOLAKE FLAVOR MAKES IT UTTER: AND DCUVtKS IT Of Our Completely Remodeled Store Win One of the Following Prizes: ^Sunbeam Mixmaster * Pressure Cooker *600xl6 f ire * $8.00 Casting Rod *$6.00 Shakespeare Reel Register Ecch Time You Are in the Store. Drawing Will Be Held Saturday, May 10, al 4:00 Nothing to Buy Friday and Saturday May 2 and 3 Open to 9 p.m. These 2 Days We Are Proud of Our Store and Want Everyone to See It. So Come On Out and Bring the Whole Family. Treats for the Kids Coffee and Refreshments will be serwd CONTESTS Find out how good a guesser you are. *Sack of Flour i Guess How Much It Weighs and You Can Hare It. Laying Pellets To Win This Just Guess How Many Pellets Are - in the Jar. Your Guess May Win FREE-1 Quart of Oil with every 5 gallons of Phillips 66 Gas you purchase. SEE-- Our Special Display of Fruits and Vegetables That Has Been Arranged by Experts.' See the Special Food Values and Sayings We Are Featuring This Week-end In The Cardinal Food Stores Ad on the Opposite Page. A Cardinal Food Store Park With Eos* Combs SOfHUNTSVILLIST. Shop] With Pleasure

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