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June 5, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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Thuraduy, June 5, 1952 EVERYTHING IN PIUMMNO and SUPPLIES FAYETrEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. Port Of Hollywood Blows Up In Filming Of Invasion From Mars By BOB THOMAS « HolIywood-i/IVThev're blowing buttermilk. up · large part nf Los Angeles : Method; over at Paramount. ' mt j baking" soda? Cream b u t t e r The City Hall f a m e down I n l a n d sugar; beat in ci4K w e l l ; s t i r rubble. Now they're leveling other ; In bimermiik. Arkl dry ink'rcdi- lc.ndmarks. All this takes place . ents and stir u n n i p a r t l y blendnl. on a movie set, of couisc Hut ; do nnl heal smooth. Turn into 12 when it appears on ihe screen, il v.'ill look like a M a r t i a n invasion for sufe. This, is the latest chapter in the life of a literary wor.c t h a t has fi long and c h i l l i n g history. II is "War of the Worlds," which shivered Victorian readers when It WHS first published in 1RP8. The hook depleted I he invasion of Lom'on by. octopus-like creature. 1 f r o m Wars. -' Orson Welles in the days when he wasirciilly a wonder boy. put the -story on radio, s h i f t i n g the locale tt) New York. He did it in documentary style, as Ihough It were a c t u a l l y happening. S o m e citizens'of New Jersey, where the invasion was supposed to havr. started.^we'rc reportedly scared out of theii 1 sojks. Now it's a film versj.ii. The producer is George !'»!. who has created jsurh fantasia as Destination Moon" and "When Worlds Co»lde.V He has the M a r t i a n s landing in Iho California desert and marchiiite on I-os Angeles. Chose Dencrt Nllp "1 wanted Ihem to land In Ihe desert," he explained, "because the reports jf flying saucers and other phenomenon have so often happened over the desert." Pal's Martians arrive In » saucer-like 1 flying ship. They have several crab-like lest, the producer reasoning that the M a r t i a n s evolved from crabs instead of monkeys. The invaders wreck their havoc by means o( death and destruction rays causing dread vibrations. All this rails for some fantastic film-making. . Gordon .lennlnss, who wrecked the temple In "Sam- · ton and 1 Delilah" among o t h e r things. *ayi he has more special effects in' "War of the Worlds" than in any other film during his 28 ycari in the studio. syrup, \'t teaspoon salt. 2/3 c u p ' Kvaporatlon Is so intense from u n d i l u t e d evaporated m i l k . the surface of the Dead Sea that Method: Over lu'.v heat, stir to- half-formed blue-white clouds of- licther brown sue.'ir, corn t.vni|i. ten are men near its surface, ami salt u n t i l su^ar is di.v.'.lved. · * i Boil 3 minutes. Remove from h e a t l ' ;;(1 ' 1 h y thousands in reducing "Mc'thodTsifl loCTtlu,- cake flour ^t, 5 ^ ' (ni||] ,. cv '-"""' al '' cl "' i l k ': "iH* -Junge's Roman Mea' Bread. : bultered d/3 cup si/el m u f f i n pans. Hake in hot (425 K.) oven 18 ' to 20 minules. . Butterscotch Souce I ed brown sugar. 2/.'l cup dark corn MORTON what are spring vegetables without Morton's? PLAIN OR IODIZED W H E N I T P A I N S I T P O U R S " PURE, ALL VEGETABLE CRISCO It's digestable. 3183c Choice Recipes By CICn,¥ BROWNSTONE Chive Cottage Cheese Salad : one 8-ouncc corlon ' cream-style. cottage cheese, % cup . commcrclilly soured cream. 1 lablcspoon finely chopped chives, Bait and freshly-ground pepper (to taste), mixed ulari *reens (wnsh- cd and chUlcd). Method: In nmull mixing howl ulir togettiW cottnue chccsf?, sour cream, chives.. Mil, and pepper. Tear salad .gfecni in medium- Email pieces and arrange in salad bowl; mound cottage cheese mixture in crater of grecas,. Makes 4 serving. ",·'·' Banana Spice Cake Ingredients: 2 cups sifted nll- purpose flour, 2'.'4 teaspoons bak- inR powder, 1 teaspoon bakinu ·oda, Vi teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon .cinnamon, 1 teaspoon allspice, W | teaspoon marc, '.i c\ip shortrninB. ^i cup beet or cnnr stiRar, 2 CKRS, j 1 cup (about 3 m e d i u m ) mashed j bananas, 2 3 nip buttermilk, chncolnl* fiostlnK. Method: Sift tORether flour. bakinc powder, baking snda, salt, cinnamon, allspice, and mnre. Cream tonethcr shin tenin^ and , sugar, brat in CURS well one at a j time. Stir in bananas. Fold in al- ternatcly . sifted rtr.y Ingredients nnd huttcrmilk. Divide evenly be- ; tween 2 well-Rrr.nsed and floured ; B-lnch square pans. Bake in mod- | erate (350 F.) oven about 25 min- 1 utes, op u n t i l tops spring back when lightly touched. Turn out on i cake racks to cool. Spread rhoeo- i late frostinp. between layers and on top of cake. Veal And Olive . j Sond\yiches ! InfiroHicnls: Two 3 '$ ounce j cans junior veal, U cup piniiento- j Stuffcd.yoJivps (finely chopped), 2 ; tablespoons (about) mayonnaise- i · type salad dressing tliinly-sHcedi whole when! or -rye broad. ' MctlYod: Mix toRt-lhci wi'll veal. | olives, and palnd drossin^; rliill. ' Makes ^ cup spread; use as f i l l i n g ' between slices of bread. . Buttered Carrots i WitrvCelery | Ingredients: 2 cups diced carrots. 1 cup diced celery, -i cup boilinjKwater, V_. teaspoon .suit, 2 tablespoons butler or mjirgavino, freshly-ground prpper (to taste). Motlwd; Put rarrots and celery In medium-sized saurrpan; ,ndd water 'iind salt. Bnnjf q u i c k l y to i boil; cover" saiioppnn, reduce j heat, but keep boiling actively un- ! til tender-- H to 10 minutes, bniiu | off smaii amount of remaining l i - i quid in' .saucepan. Stir b u t t e r i n t o ; veuetablos until melted nnd a d d ' pepper. Makes 4 to 5 servings. j EVAPORATED PET MILK A real Kroger value. 2r,27c DONALD DUCK ORANGE JUICE Rich, natural juice of fresh, tree ripened oranges. Condensed Milk E 2 , 2 5 c Evaporated whole milk. Vitamin D increased. CORN MEAL ne, full cream mea 10165c BEANS BACON Delicious Lima beans with pork. No. 300 can lOc Fluffy Buttermilk Muffins Ingredients: 2 rups M f t r d M'H- rtoiBR cake flour, 'i teaspoon bak- iDf eodl, *4 cup bulter or mnrgar- Jfw, H cup BUpar, 1 fRK, ] rup KROGER MADE GROUND BEEF Fresh, lean, pure. Ib. 59c NEW TEXAS SWEET CORN Fresh, juicy large cars. 4 r 25c SIRLOIN STEAK Kroger cut for better value. ib. 69c ARMOUR STAR SLICED BACON Fresh, smoked flavor. lb.59c JUMBO SIZE HEAD LETUCE Large 48 size. Fresh, firm. AGE 7 to 16 AJAX CLEANSER F A B 'no IVORY SOAP CASHMERE BOUQUET IVORY SNOW %:29 IVORY SOAP HeylBOYSandGIRLS! ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB? DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO TRADE OR SELL? THE TIMES WANTS TO H HELP YOU WITH FREE Want Ads June 9 thru 14 Get Busy! Get a Job! Write Your Own Ad! The TIMES will run your want ad FREE OF CHARGE all during the week of June 9-14 -- to help you find a summertime job, or help you sell or swap that old bike, baseball glove, or what-have-you. Here's your chance to pick up extra dollars by offering your services as baby sitters, car washers, errand runners, etc. HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO: Just write out your ad (limit of 20 words) on the blank below, and bring it or mail it to the TIMES office. No charges, no obligation, but you must have the consent of your parents before we can publish the ad. Make sure one of them signs the ad before you submit it. Northwest Arkansas Times "Free Want Ad Week/' WANT AD CLASSIFICATION (Circle One): FOR SALE FOR TRADE FOR SALE OR TRADE SERVICES OFFERED (WRITE YOUR AD HERE -- LIMIT 20 WORDS) June 9 thru 14 WANTED TO BUY (YOUR NAME) [ADDRESS) : . (AGE) *·· 7 hereby give my permission for publication of this want ad. (Parent's Signature)

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