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July 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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17, Ittf THI BEST FOR LESS Tide to. 69r CRISCO 3 Ib. . . 79c WmlMmm'm rvMCT I COFFEE Ib 79c Choice Recipes ION! Hi C -- 46-o«. Off Mont* JUICE 46-oz. . 29c JUICE 46-ci. . 25c Juice . . 19c No. 2 Con Tomatoes 2 for 29c Starki* Tuna UM 29c Curtis Wax Paper roll . . . 25c JELLO 3 for . . 25c KOOL AID 6 f o r . . 2 5 c Jack Sprat PEAS 303 con 17c ,*' Frmli LETTUCE heads 29c Carrots . 15c 11 LEMONS .. 39c BANANAS Ib. . . . 16c Froth GroHntl Beef, Ib. 59c Com Kinf lBocon / lb45c Frtth DrotMd FRYERS Ib. . . . 57c Swift'. Sandwich STEAKS 6 for . . 95c " We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities MISSION STREET GROCERY MISSION 117 Bonono-Nut Breed Ingredients: } cup* slfUd (lour, 4 teaspoon baking powder, H teaspoon baking soda, H teaspoon salt, "4 cup butter or margarine, % cup sugar, 1 egg, 3/4 cup about 1 medium-size) mashed bananas, 3 tablespoons buttermilk, (i cup broken walnut meats. Method: Sift together flour, biking powder, baking 'soda and salt. Cream butter and sugar, beat in egg well. Stir in bananas and buttermilk. Add sifted dry In gradients and walnuts and st only -until moistened; do not bea Turn into greased Ivaf pan (IU x 3 inches) and bake in mod ·rate (350 F.) oven 1 hour. Tur out on cake rack to cool. Store I tightly covered container over night before dicing. Horn And Pickle Sandwiches Ingredlenti: H cup firmly packed finely-ground cooked ham tablespoons commercially pre pared mayonnaise, 3 tablespoon sweet pickle relish. S slices bread Method: Mix well together th nm, mayonnaise, and pickle rel sh. Make 4 hearty sandwlche with thli filling, using about tablespoons of U for each. Savory Fried Chicken Ingredients: One 3 to JVi pound rylng chicken, H cup flour, I 1 / teaspoons salt, freshly-grounc *r (to taste), 1 teaspoon paprika, 14 teaspoon monoaodium (lutamate, 14 teaspoon dry mus tard, U cup butter or margarine Method: Have butcher ! cu ihicken breast, wings, legs, am second joints so that you have I ces; make stock for gravy ou f giblets, wing tips, neck, and x»ny part of back. Shake flour alt, pepper, paprika, monosodium lutamate, and dry mustard ether in heavy paper bag; adi chicken piece* and shake to coat thoroughly. Melt butter or mar- garliw in 12-Inch skillet over moderate heat; add chicken pieces and brown well. Cover tightly and cook until tender over low heat Remove chicken and make gravy from drippings In pan. Makes 4 to S servings. N*tc: If chicken sticks after it it coveted add a few tablespoons tf itoek to skillet. Macaroni-Tuna Salad lD«ndlents: 1 tabltspaon salt, 3 quarts bolllnc water, I ouncei (1 cups) elbow macaroni, U cup mayonnaise, one 7-ounct can tuna (ttnined and flaked), 1 cup drained ctoked fretn peas, ii cup sweet plikl* relish, freshly (round pepper, lettuce. Method: Add 1 tablespoon sail to ripidly boiling water; (radual- ly add macaroni x that water continue* to boll. Cook uncover' ed, stirring occasionally, until macaroni is tender. Drain. Rinse with cold wa'Jr; drain afaln. In a larje bowl, toss tofethtr Hihtly th* macaroni, mayonnaise, tuna, peas, and pickle relish. Add pepper and more salt if needed. Chill Serve on lettuce. Makes 4 to servings. Chocolate Ice Cream Sodas Ingredients: \ cup chocolate syrup, chilled carbonated water, 1 pint vanilla Ice cream. Method: Fut 3 tablespoons o! the syrup In each of four I2-ounc; IlsuM; fill each glass 2/3 full with carbonated water. Put 1 scoop ( U pint) of the ire cream In each flass; stir vigorously. Fill (lasses to top with carbonated water. Makes 4 aervinp. Blueberry-Mocoroon Sundae Ingredients: % cup sufar, teaspoons flour, K teaspoon salt, dash of (round cloves, 2 cups freshly cultivated blueberries washed and well-drained), 1 cup water, 2 teaspoons butter or margarine, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, .ucuroon crumbs, vanilla ice ·ream. Method: Mix well together the ugar, flour, salt, and cloves. Jrlng 1 cup of the blueberries and he water to a boll rapidly and Immer 3 minutes. Add flour mixture and remaining 1 cup ilueberrles; bring to a boll again tlrring, and boll gently 3 min- ites. Remove from best. Stir in lUtter and lemon juice. Put a ablespoon or two of the macaroon rumbi in each individual serv- ng rtlsh; place a scoop of ice ream over each portion of umbs; top with warm or cold lueberry sauce. There will be cups of the sauce; store any ftover In refrigerator. Manages To Get In Last Word! Chicago - (/p) - Elevator operators have more than their share of ups and downs at the jam- packed Conrad Hilton, the Democratic convention hotel, A portly lady got one font In an Already filirt devalor last night, then had In withdraw at the insistence of the operator. She withdrew*, but not wordlessly. "Republican!" she shouted. T A M A L E S Tlrac tanes Mi Staff At Hospital Three registered nurses hive Ion County HatpiUI, Administrator George Berryman announced today. They arc: Mrs. Elma Mac Gojtu, a graduate of St. John'i Hospital in Jop- lln, Mo., who comes hert from · »iwv ICBI»,VICU IIUIBCB n«vc j mi, mu., wno comes nert Iron Joined the itaff of the Washing- Miami, Okli. She will b« in sur (ical. Miu' Martha Brewer, ado a graduate at St. John'i, comes here from Sarcoxle, Mo. She will b« a floor aupervitor. Miu Carolyn Mar.ry, who ii a graduate of Massachusetts Gen- eral Hospital in Bncton. She will b« on ftiwral duty. Although It U not taptcially Intelligent, the aquirrel monkey has a brain which li larger in proportion than a man's Singing Convention At Got hen Is Planned A tinging convention, with Bruce McCoy as manager, will be n«ld Sunday afternoon lUrtinr at 1:30 o'clock at the Gothn Naia-. r«w Church. It is wip»et«d that the Coon Hunters Quartet, which sin*s over Radio Station KGRH, will take part in UM procram. · A4r«rtaa ta MM Store No. 1 SOUTH SIDE SQUARE "Air Conditioned for Shopping Comfort" UNCLE JOHN VINEGAR Gallon A 40 Jug 33 S SUPER MARKETS WE GUARANTEE YOU LOWEST FOOD PRICES IN TOWN Ask About Our Credit And Delivery System ALL PRICES GOOD AT PUBLIX IGA MARKET -- SPRINGDALE CONSUMER'S 'EXTRA SAVINGS" COUPON WESSON OIL Pint 4 Q * Bottle I WITH THIS COUPON CONSUMER'S "EXTRA SAVINGS" COUPON Wrigley's Gum 3 ANY FLAVOR 5c Packages ONLY 7 WITH THIS COUVON FLOUR SALE IGA SUPER ENRICHED 25 pound bag $1.69 50 pound bag $3.59 GOLD NUGGET BRAND 10-lb. Bog 79c 25-lb. Bog $1.59 50-lb. Bog $3.25 ICE COLD ARKANSAS MELONS Ib. 2c IT'S TIME TO CAN APRICOTS Lug $1.98 LARGE SIZE CALIFORNIA LEMONS Doz. 39c CAMEO -- CHOCOLATE OR VANILLA Ice Cream Powder PKG 5 SALAD BOWL Salad Dressing QUART JAR 39 KRAFT FRENCH DRESSING 8-oz. 19e French Dressing ; 15 10 AJAX Cleanser CAN 4 Pkg. Z9C BREAKFAST OF CHAMPS WHEATIES (Coupon in Each Box for a Frw Packagt of Choc, or Vanilla Frotttt Dessert) HERSHEY'S CHOC. SYRUP GRATED TUNA PACO MILK .Can Tall Can 21c IOC Salmon Fancy Pink Tall Can or Carnation 43 2 a 27' PET MILK FAR WASHING ior « - '*% ^ · Ml.! POWDER BOX -a-C-lJ Shortening: 3169 Orange-Ade :i r27 T«_-..._A A ^_ GROVE BRAND No. 2 ^ ^ , lomatoes ,,*,,,,«,» c ... Jl 21 HYDE PARK WHOLE Green Beans No. 2 Cons No. 2 Can Only SUNSHINE HI-HO Pound it M * Box 34 CHEESE 69 ROYAL PUDDINGS (R«f. 27c vcltit) CHASE SANBORN Store No. 2 | 300 W. DICKSON PUnty Porkiitf Opm Until 9 P.M. CONSUMER'S "EXTRA SAVINGS" COUPON IGA FANCY GRAPEFRUIT JUICE (6 Can Limit) 46-oz. Cam ONLY 19 WITH THIS COUPON CONSUMER'S "EXTRA SAVINGS" COUPON SNO-DRIFT Shortening 3 59' WITH THIS COUPON PURE LARD BYCARB SODA HERSHEY'S 4-lb. .Crn. 57c lorgs Ib. box 5c HI HI Ib. box JERGEN'S LOTION Bar SOAP 49c 5c PURE CANE 10 LBS. SUGAR..89 LEAK CORN FED PORK CHOPS Ib. 59c SWIFT PREMIUM 1-LB. CELLO PKGS. FRANKS, pkg. 59c MORREL'S Sliced Bacon,lb39c FRESH MEATY Neck Bones, Ib 19o FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF Ib. 59c

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