Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 26, 1952 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 26, 1952
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CECILY KSTON'E BT CECILY BROWNS-TOM! Tomato-Corn Bouillon Ingredients: One 10' 2 -ouncc can condensed Inmate soup nne lOVS-ouncc can hcef bouillon, on- 12-ounce can whole-kerne! corn U teaspoon dried crushed basil. Method: Empty tomato soup and bouillon into large saucepan; U s- inij soup can as measure add 2 cans water. Add corn, including liquid from can, and basil Heat siowly, EO as to allow flavors to blend, stirring occasionally. Makes 6 servings. Lemon-Blueberry Fluff Ingredients: 2 cups fresh c u l t i - vated blueberries, 14 cup susrar, one 3-oiince package lemon-flav-' ored gelatin, !·}; cups very h o t ' water. 2 tablespoons strained lemon juicn, '« cup heaw cream ; Method.: Mix blueberries and · sugar and allow in stand at room, temperature. Meanwhile dissolve' thickened: place in bowl of ice' and water and beat with r o t a r y ' beater until thick and fluffv. Beat; cream until stiff and fold in; iold in sweetened blueberries Turn into 1-quart mold. Chill u n t i l firm. Makes 6 to 8 servings. cup commercially-prepared sour cream, H cup bottled tartar sauce. 1 tablespoon minced chives, salt 3nd freshly-ground ypper, iceberg lettuce. ! Method: Mix together ham, rar- roK, sour r-rp;m. tartar sauce, and chives. Add salt and pepper to taste; ;refriserale. Cut corr out of lettuce and allow cold water to run in cavity tn separate leaves; HW 'ra'-rs in |?« towel;: wrap in: | towel to chill. At serving time line bo"'-l with some ot tr-e lettuce ·leavts and mound salad in center. Makes 8 servings. I Barber Mice Shove Othar Mice, Soys Doctor day. Hauschka wrote that the barber: rodents give close shaves -- hut Infariflll ArfltlHt ClawlnH If luttlt MAfh*r had h " n twl *" rt ""··· her ne. K. I was employee) a» an inairucm U nVMUm AQmllS JMying J|, LOUIS nOllWl Homer* mid «.·,»,·,-; been in,surrendered In poll« yeiWrdft- ejl Almond Sauce Ingredients: 3 egg yolks, ',4 eup sugar, * leaspnn ?alt, 2 curs scalded milk. ! 4 teaspoon almond flavoring, ^ cup slivered blanched almonds. Method: Beat ecs yolks, sugar and salt; stir in milk. Strain into heavy saurenan and rook over low heat, stirring constantly, until mixture cnats silver yponn. Cover ad chill. Stir in almond f l a v o r i n g and almonds. Makes 4 to 6 serv- -ns«. · i lH IH Coffee Milk Shake Ingredients: 8 teaspoons sugar, 5 teaspoons instant coffee, 4 cups homogenized milk, 1 pint coffee ice cream. Method: Put sugar, coffee, and | Philadelphia - (JP) - Substantial ! sains for Gen. Bwlfht D. E!«rn- - hower. and a hard core o' ',ur- . port for Sen. Robert A. Taft both I are visible in a nev .Ar-oc'a'ed I Press poll of Pennsylvania's dele- 1 *'"?»,, rn?' R 'P ubli " n N a t i o n a l Co " wn ' lt " v _ ,, u i E '""hower, the poll showed. Is nrefcrred by 32 de'esstcs in the ' 7 °: VOt ^ ?, r ° UP ' Tl ?' t Ths "'tionwide Associated Press straws. Makes 4 servings. Quick Maple Bread xpr essions of opinion now I Taft 483: Eisenhower 40!; other r - - . .'candidates 129: in d'smit* T unIngredients: 24 cups biscuit'. decided, 189. A totrl of 604 con- mix, 1 cup drained cooktd ( a b o u t , vention votes Is needed for the 16} prunes, H cup walnut meats,' nomination. 1 egjj, ^ cup maple-flavored syr-' * ""Method: Put biscuit mix in m,x-\0aklatut aitd ZtOtt inr towl. Pit primes and chop.j Fifth Sunday services will be Sire walnuts medium-fine. Add held at the Oakland Church at in prunes and w a l n u t s to biscuit. a m. Saturday. Services will ron- mix. With fork, beat C'.'B i" m e a r - i t i n u e through Sunday. Monday uring cup just u n t i l yolk and white n i f h t the Rev. C'rroll Jackson of are comhinprt: arid nianlp-r!ai-nr?'j NsshviHe, Tenn.. will opfn n re- syrup and beat asain w i t h fork tn vival at the church, blend. Add tn flour mixture «nd j Mr. and Mrs. Rex Clark hive stir until dry Ingredients a r e ' a * guests. Mr. and Mrs. Warren moistened. Turn into buttered loaf Aylor and children of Houston, pan (about 8'.4 by 4'-2 by 2", in- Texas, and Gordon Ayler of Mem- ches). Bake in moderate (350 F.) phis, Tenn. oven I hour Turn out onto .wire Mrs. Verl Tern- and children, rack to cool. Store overnisht i n ; ,,, h o have been in Detroit. Mich., tis-htly covered contamer before.for some time, have returned slicing and spreading with toft-1 home and ire at the home of *ned butter or marsarine. | Mrs. Terry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. j George Shav.-. Ham-Carrot Salad j Onests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ingredients: 2 cups medium- ' Aiiglin Sunday v.ere Mr. and Mrs. fine Hicnd ham. i cup shredded Clarence Ang:in and children of carrot (use medium (rraterl, ^ i A r r a r i ' l n , Texas. =:--.-=--=---=.-==1--=^=.-=; i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lon-dr and 'children of California have teen Quests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence i' Lower. Mr. and Mrs. William Hnlsizer I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr-. I Bill Plumlee of Springda!e. Mrs.' Hulsizer's grandchildren. Sf"-.'^ ; )nd Betty, accompanied them ' I home to spend a few days. \6ur Goofcfes Will ftew Be fetter Than Ihe Sugar \twte! r:"-v-^.z f ·^/,, CLIP THIS Succtit in bakinfl depends on the recipe you choose--and on , m ,ri« ? rrrfivw. For crisp, tasty cookie's, try this tested recipe, using Domino Pure Cane Sugar. You'll sec why so many women have made Domino America'! favorite sugar! '/i cup shortening 2 cups Domino Old FashkiM* Bro«n Sugar, flrmly packed j rgp, »ell beaten I'/, copt siflcd all. r/i tspt. hakltn r Vi Up. salt 1 cup) chopped iwf m«tl» Melt shortening and stir in Domino Old Fashioned Brown Sugar. Mix well-it's ea.y with s m o o t h - b U n d i n j Domino ««CI« Sugar! Cool slightly and stir in wefl-beaten eggs. Sift together flour, baking powdtr and tali; add. with nut meats, to first mixture. Drop by teaspoonfuls, several inches apart, on greased bakinc sheet. Bake in slow ovtn, 32j« p., 25 min. Remove at once. If cookies harden on sheet, reheat for ·moment. Makes 80-90 small cookies. For the best cookies, cakev ino Pure Cane Sugan. » ·sasisar a f i c h i with a n o t h e r m»n n v e r i * warrant ehariini him with Uk AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT CONSUM STORE"! l^% A J_U SUPER IGA MA "~--^~*iti--m^ml DDI^CC A I C A flf\f\W\ A T IM I M I Iflf If* A LAl**,* SUPER IGA MARKETS PRICES ALSO GOOD AT PUBLIC'S IGA MARKET, SPRINGDALE STORE No. 2 300 W. Diim Phon.240 SPECIAL NOTICE; OUR 300 WEST DICKSON STORE WILL BE OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9 Pineappie Beittx Crushed 8-01. Can lOc TUNA Von Camp's 25c can ·ORDEN'S Biscuits 10cean Blu« Bonnet OLEO 25c Ib. GOLD NUGGET FLOUR TENDERONI PRUNE JUICE 25-LB. BAG VAN CAMPS SUNSWEET BRAND $1.59 Pkg. 10c QL25c Sno-Drift Shortining 3-lb. Con 75c CUT Green Beans No. 1 Can 5c Tomato PUREE l-oi. Can 8c SALAD DRESSING PET MILK SUGAR MADISON BRAND TALL CANS 01396 2 for 27c PURE CANE 10-LB. BAQ 25c each CARROTS 2^35 Yellow SQUASH LEMONS hz39 PEACHES HOMINY Pk-Beans Dog Food Oleo DEL MONTE No.2'i Sliced or Halves Con IGA SNOW WHITE Compfire Brand Tomato Sauce STRONG HEART GERBER'S BABY FOOD 3 cons 25c Sweet Peas 2 o n 25 Pap Napkins 10 Coffee Tomatoes Treet ADMIRATION or CHASE SANBORN Ib. GROVE BRAND ARMOUR'S STAR 79 2- 31 43 12-01. Can ARMOUR'S SWEET 16 OR FARMBELLE Lean Meaty SPARE RIBS CHICKEN BACKS 39 Cudahy's - ·"' PICNIC HAMS ib43'1 Fresh Lean C GROUND BEEF *. 59' Cudahy's Puritan SAUSAGE «. 29* Good or Choice ' CHUCK RCAST 169* 'Un,' .IfN

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