Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 19, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 19, 1952
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f. --NOHTMWHT AMANIAS TWUS. THE BEST FOR LESS 1 FOLGER'S COFFEE Lb 79c NORTHERN TISSUE Roll . . . 5c BROOKS' Pork Beans No. 2/ 2 Can 15C CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP 15c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Slbs 49c 10 IBs. 89c KOOL AID [6 Pkgs. 19c OLIVES lc« Bex Jar 10 01. . 59c Choice Recipes (If CKCItY MOH'NftTOM! Heorts Of Lettuce With Cottage Cheese Dressing Ingredients; One fl-nunce curlon cream - style collage cheese, 1 diurn-.ii7.ed tomato, '.4 nip finely diced cucumber, 1 teaspoon finely chopprd chives, V, rup rom- mfrcially-proprne.d s o u i rrearn, 'all and pepper, 1 small head lei-' tucp, paprika. , Method: Put collage cheese in mixing hou-l. ive.l tomato, remove stem end, cut In half and scoop nut seeds. Dire tomato fine; mix lightly into cheese with cucumber chives, sour rrcam. salt and pepper do taste.). (Make! about I'i jeups.) fut lettuce in quartern and I remove core; nit each section into ' quarters and arrange fan-fashion on 4 Individual salad plates. Spoon dressing over lelluce and sprinkle : j with paprika. Makes 4 servings. | ' Sour Cream Drop Biscuits; 1 Ingredients: 1 cup sifted flour, ! . '«i teaspoon double-acting baking ' i powder. ',, teaspoon baking soda, \i teaspoon salt, j tablespoon stig- nr, i large egg, V4 cup cnmmer I daily-prepared sour cream, 1 tablespoon butler or margarine imelted). Method; Sift fl,,ur, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and sugar j into mixing bowl. Put egg inio measuring cup and beat with fork- until yolk and while are rombin-! ed; with fork best In sour cream i and butter. Add to dry Ingredients I »nd stir with fork until blunder); I douih will be rather stiff. rropi heaping lablenpoons of the dough 1 on buttered twklng sheet about 2 Inches ip»rl. B»ke in hot (42.1 F. I oven 10 minutes or until baked' throuirh and lightly browned. Serve hot. Makes B biscuits. minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heal; cool undisturbed until bottom of pan feels lukewarm In palm of hand. Beat until froilini; Is creamy and loses its gloss; If loo thick In spread blend in a little thin cream. Spread between and on lop of two 8-inch spire cake layers. Springdale Mr. and Mrs. l.ynion Houston and daughters of Christian Slrnel left Tuer,riay morning for Denver, Tnlo., where they will spend their vacation ' vlnitlng Mr. Houston'! sister and her family. While there they to visit J'lkr's Peak. Miss. Imogene Crulcher of North Thompson Street was taken to the Kiiycllcville City Hospital Wednesday Miorning in a Calllson Sis- en ambulance. Miss Crulchor recently returned from Kansas City, Mo, iciir-ri- she had hcen visiting her sister and brother-in-law., Mr. and Mrs. neuhhausen. I Joe Anderson of Montebello, I Durinf the two week course of Cahf., i ( here vlsltinj hl« lister,! study at the school, he learned Mrs. J. O. Nelson, at her home on] methods of Instruction in mllitarv Putman Street, subjects. The Fifth Regiment is The Women's Missionary Society and auxiliary were in charge of Ihe mid-v.-cek prayer meeting at the Fir.M P,aptist Church Wednesday niijht. part of the First Cavalry Division, which is guarding ihe Japanese Mr. and Mrs. .lack Danforlh and son. Tlmmy, of Sunset Drive, are Cpl. Charles K. Walker, urn of spending June in Spokane, Wash.. Mr. and Mis. Talhcrt Walker o f ] visiting Mr. Danforth's parents' near Sprin-^clfilc. recently gradual-i anf l other relatives. j on 1 from the Fifth Cavalry Regi- Miss Kay McKim is represonl- menl Leadership School in Japan.I ing Ihe First Christian Church a t ! Chi Rha Camp at Lake Fort Smith for this we«k. The camp will end June. 21. James Ralph Smilh, son of the late J. H. and Candy Smilh of near Sprinirdale, was cradiiHK'd from the University of Arkansas Medical school in Little Rock June IS. Me will lake his internship at the. Harris Hospital in Fort Worth. Texas, where his wife, the former Sally Tnwe of Rogers, will also have a posit inn. Gilliam Brogdon, son of Mrs. j Paul Bro«;don ef M«pJ* AV«BU« I received hl« dejr*« «f doctor ef [medicine at the graduating exercises held in Little Hock Monday, .June 1,1. His mother «nd his bro- j ther and sister-in-law, Dr. and j Mrs. Preston Brogdnn, attended : f h e ceremonies. 1 Miss Thelma Hardistcr and Miss Madeline Hardister of Fayetteville were euests Wednesday night in the home of their brother and sister-in-law, MY. and Mrs. W. A. Ifarriister and son, KHdle. . AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT Easy Orange Fizz SNOW CROP FROZEN Orange Juice 2 for29c 60z. Weiton Sugar Cookies 25c WARD'S ICE CREAM Pt. . . . 19c MOR PORK 12.Q«.Con 39C LEMONS Doz. . . 35c FLORIDA Juice Oranges Doz. . . 25c Fancy Lettuce Lb. . . . 15c FANCY TOMATOES Lb. . . . SWIFT DRIED BEEF Pkg. . . 39c Ground Beef Lb 59c SWIFT FRANKS Pkg. . . 53c CORN KING BACON Lb 39c We Reserve the Right to Limit Oinnititia; MISSION STREET GROCERY 325 MISSION PHONE 117 I Ingredients: One fl-ouncc can I sweetened concenlrated orange | base, cold water, one 12-ounce. bottle sparkling water, s sprigs fresh mint. r maraschino cherries. Method: Empty orange base into large container. Using orange base can as measure stir In 2 cups cold water; arid sparkling water and ftlr again. Fill five 12-ounce ! glasses about half-full with Ice cubes; pour % rup of the orange beverage Into each glass; top with mint sprigs ami cherries. Serve at onre. Makes .1 servings. Avocado-Fruit Salad Ingredients: 1 medium - avneadn, lemon jtilco, salt, lettuce, 3 slices fresh or canned plneap- j Pie, i cup halved strawberries, U 1 cup mayonnaise. I table-spoon mild prepared mustard. Method: Cut avocado into length wise halves nnd remove seed; cut each half crosswise Into ft rres- ; rents. Remove skin and sprinkle I fruit with lemon Juice and sail. i Arrange .1 avocado crescents on each lotluco-gnrnisherl salad plate Cut pineapple ir.lo wed,TM »nd arrange over avocado. Top with strawberries, Blend mayonnaise and mustard together; spoon oxer j saladu just hefnre nerving. Makes 4 servings. Peor Nectar Puff Ingredients: One 12-nunre can pear nectar, 1/3 rup flour, t cup sugar, '.« teaspoon salt, ] tablespoon butter nr margarine, M teaspoon grated lemon rind, 1 ! tablespoon lemon juice, 3 eggs (separated), 14 cups fresh her- 1 ries. sugar. I . Method: Mont nectar in top o f 1 I double boiler. In small mixing, bowl stir together thoroughly flour ; : sugar and .wit; with whisk stir .' Into nectar. Place over hot water 'and, stirring often, cook in minutes. Remove from heat and whisk ' iv.itler in until melted, then lemon rind and juice. Beat egg whites i until peaks that curl nver slightly, form; without washing beater, heat yolks until they begin to get thick and lemon-colored. With whisk stir yolks slowly into rook- ed mixture. Fold in whites. Turn into fi-cup baking dish; set In pan of hot waler. Rake in modcrnlc (MO F.I oven .1(1 minutes. Cool, (.'rush berries lightly and sweeten to taste. Serve over cooled puff. Makes ,s to fj servings. Chocolate Mocho Fudge Frosting Incrfdirnts: ;' cups bfrl 01- carlo H rup slronR coffop, 'i cup coroa. U li-ajpoon sail. 2 tnblf- .·^p.nMns hut(i»r or maritarinr. Mrllmd; Stir toEothrr siiKar, cnffco. cocoa. Mill, nnrl hullfr in .«.iiirppnn over low heat unlit SUR. C'ook on nirriinm heal CONSUM HI SUPER IGA MA rnon* TM | pDlfCC A I C A /tnnr AT Bl IBI IX»/e !/·» i I I A ^ . , . · .^^^^ ^ft '^^^ ^^^ ^^BHiai* ^HB · SUPER IGA MARKETS PRICES ALSO GOOD AT PUBLIC'S IGA MARKET, SPRINGDALE STORE No. 2 300 W. Dixon Phone 240 SPECIAL NOTICE; OUR 300 WEST DICKSON STORE WILL BE OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9 ""*""*'^^"^''"TM*TM M ~""'^*'TMTM M ~~''*^TM~**TM~~'~ -- TMTM~'*^^ ·--«_^»»--, ·ORDEN'S P t V G SOAP 3 Bars 19c Blue Bonnet OLEO 25c - ARMOUR'S VEGETOLE SHORTENING 3 £, 69* PURE MUSTARD M b ,-2lc Sno- SHORT 1 7S Dixie Luck Grated Can Tuna Tomato Puree Sugar 8-oz. Grathi' Can Powdered or Brown 21 8' 10 BISCUITS lOc c«' ~--^--·--·· Pineapple Coffee Crisco JERGENS' LOTION SOAP 5c Bar Gold Nugget FLOUR 79c cuV GREEN BEANS No. 1 5c Can Beitex 8-oz. Crmhed Can Admiration or Lb. Chaie ft Sanborn Can 10 Sunkist Armour's Swcer 16 or Farmbelle Lb. Del Monte Brand Large Sliced or Halves 2'/i Can . lo snfl-l.all (-.Ml K.) nbmil Dewberries are here! LEMONS * 39 CANTAL'PES ea 25 TOMATOES i*e 25 CABBAGE b S CARROTS 2.45 Gold Nugget Flour TENDERONI · DOG FOOD stron9Hcart PAPER NAPKINS PRUNE JUICE HOMINY SUGAR DCATUCC rCHVIlE J BISQUICK BETTY CROCKER PORK BEANS SzSJS-3 17c 25c 25c GERBER'S Baby Food ·J cans 4,5$ MADISON Salad Dressing 39?: q t GROVE Tomatoes SUNNY MORN COFFEE 3t b .2'° POKE SALAD GREENS N ' 2 12r PET MILK 25-lb. bag $|59 lOc 29c White or 60 ct. Colored Pkg. Sunsweet Full Brand Qt. IGA Snow ^ No. 2 ^_ White Jeans /5C Pure 1A Lb Cone III Bag MEATS U.S. Good ROUND STEAK Cudohy's SAUSAGE » r,« 39* Fresh Leon GROUND BEEF » 59' BEEF ROAST .75' 2-lb. Box CHICKEN BACKS 39

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