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October 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Choice Even More Important Halloween.!reals To Cost M ach M ore By MESCAL JOHNSTON GOOD BUYS POULTRY -- Fryers, turkeys aticl parts, eggs. PORK -- Hams and picnics, picnic roasts, sausage. 1 EEF -- ' G r o u n d beef, chuck oasts, round steak. T1IEUS - Milk, cheese, liver, ologna, f r a n k s , tuna, frozen 'sh, canned hiscuils. 'EGETABLES -- Irish and w.eet'polatoes, cabbage, celery, arrbls, onions, greens, dry cans and peas, rice, -canned 'egclables. ' BRUITS -- Bananas, apples loars, grapefruit, oranges, fruit ulces. In less than a week, final decisions will have been made for lallqween : refreshments anc .reals. Now is a good time to ·ccognize t h a t last year's selec tion, if repeated this year, can easily cost at least three times as much. II. isn't that overal 'roccry prices have incrcasec hai much, but t h a t the big irice. increases have been for . u g a r s , fats, flour, anc ihocolate. .Since both home-pro pared and purchased treats ar made up largely of some o: dll of these rapid price-gainers look at current costs may CHEESE GRACES VEGETABLES ' . . .pick some peppers and fill them with corn and sausage, with cheese as a binder and topper jar an old-fashioned supper C/ieese 7s Tasty, Low-Cost ' As the last of the garden's bounty comes .spilling into yoiir kitchen, consider what magic you can create with il. Many vegetables, in combination with cheese and a few deft season-, ings, make a satisfying main Hish that's budgetwisc, too. r That last splurge of harvest would probably yield green peppers, two or three ears of corn, tomatoes and onions. .These last three become a good stuffing for the green peppers, 'made savory and full of protein with cheese and pork sausage. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER '-Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mohley of Prairie Grove, a son, Oct 16. . · Mr. and Mrs. James E. Jones of West Fork, a son, Oct. IB. ; Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Kidd of Prairie Grove a daughter, Oct. 16. ; Mr. and Mrs. Jesus C. Garcia II- of Lincoln, a son, Oct. 17. : Mr. and Mrs. Whitman W. Fowlks of Fayetteville, a son, 'Oct. 17. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dillahunty of Gentry, a daughter, Oct. 17. ; Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Esles Jr., of Fayelloville, a son, Oct. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny W. McNelly of Bentonville, a daughter, Oct. 17. ·Mr. and Mrs. Lee Froud of Fayetleville, a son, Oct. 18. ·Mr. and Mrs. Sherman L. Wetzel of West Fork, a daughter, Oct. 18. ."Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Edmonson of Springdale. a daughter, Oct. 18. :.Mr. and Mrs. John R. Jones of Fayetteville, a son, Oct. 18. Mr. and Mrs. David H. Malone of Rogers, a son, Oct. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Alton F. Harderson of Fayetteville, a son, Oct. 18. Oct. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Bercher of Fayetteville, a son, Oct. 18. ' Mr. and Mrs. Dudley A. Holmes of Fayetleville, a daughter, Oct. 19. · Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Medina of Fayelteville. a son, Oct. 19. Mr. and Mrs. James F, DeJarnatt of Lowell, a son, Oct 20. ' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W Kitchens of Greenland, a daughter, Oct. 21. Mr. and Mrs. John Baker ol Pineville Mo., a daughter, Oct 21. ,'Mr. and Mrs. James A. Guy of Springdale, a daughter, Oct 21. · Mr. and Mrs. Bobby W. Calg. of Springdale, a son, Oct. 23. ·Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L e i Cox of Rogers, a son, Oct. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dendal Mayes of -Fayetleville, a son Oct. 23. A departure from the tradi- .ional rice stuffing for peppers, ,he corn with cheese makes a colorful f i l l i n g which harmonizes in both taste and text- ire with the peppers. It's a novel and money-saving way to .ise garden "leftovers" that can je pleasing to the family. Only a short time Is required to melt that triangle of cheese placed atop the baked peppers just before serving. A longer period might make'the cheese unpalatable. CHEESY GREEN PEPPERS 4 or 8 medium green peppers 1 pound bulk pork sausage Vi cup chopped onion 1 cup whole kernel corn 1 can (15 oz.) tomato sauce with tomato bits Vz teaspoon salt '/a teaspoon pepper - . 1 cup (4 oz.) shredded Cheddar cheese nfluence type of treats and re- roshmcnts that will be chosen. Jven if you plan lo economize y home p r e p a r a t i o n , nany hours of work may fail o save a cent unless ingredient osts are considered a l o n g vilh recipe selections. CHOICE 01' TREATS There are no better hosts to hosts than those who serve ruit. At grocery store prices, however, small oran'ges or apples in prepackaged bags are r u n n i n g S to 7 cents each. If you choose fancier fruits from iiilk counters, the cost can ·ange from 8 to 20 cents f o r a single apple or orange. Apple costs might be reduced further if you find a quantity source ol medium apples for no more than $3 (or a half-bushel. Taffy apples made with small pre packaged apples may be pre pared for 10 to 12 cents each depending, on. whether the dipp ing syrup contains molasses 01 corn syrup. Penny treats are almost a thing of the.past, except for 10 to-18-ounce packages of stick o bubble gum. Even bulterei popcorn is likely to c o s t ai much as 2 cents per cup, no couritirfg packaging cost. Since most Halloween-goblins re young ones, it 'is best not offer them candy. However, comes pre-wrapped and can e an easy, relatively inexpen- ve answer. Bulk candies, pric- d at 19 cents a pound, provide reals for 1 to 3 cents each, epending on choice. From a ound, the count is at least 80 or peppermints (1 cent each), more than 40 for caramels (2 ents each), an about 25 for hocolate creams (3 cents ach). Packaged candies pro- ide 24 tiny bars to a 14-dunce lackage for 5 cents each. POPCORN AND PEANUTS Popcorn balls, always welcome treats, have previously been economical of money il not of time. With current price; "or fat, sugar, and syrup, smal nolasses popcorn balls can be made for 8 to 12 cents each Using lower-priced corn syrup f* Arkansas OJutiea or MEN Friday, Oct. 25; 1974 · luiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniinraiiiiiiHiiiuiiiTM Bicentennial Topic For Sorority Alums Chi Omega Alumnae me' Tuesday afternoon at the norm of Mrs. Bob McKinney. Assist atil hostesses were Mrs. Helen Bocquin, Mrs. Heydon Lewis and Mrs. Lewis Yoe. "Bicenten rial" featured the decor of the refreshment table which wa presided over by Mrs. Davii W. Mullins, president. Mrs. Gene Brown, alumna of Epsilon Delta C h a p t e r U n i v e r s i t y o f Souther Mississippi, Halliesburg, wa welcomed as a new member. A business meeting was con ducted by the president. Th next meeting will be on Tues day, Oct. 19, at which Christ mas floral decorations will b demonstrated by Dwain Good win. IB same size popcorn balls can' y m a d e for 3 to 5 cents each, or refreshment, if not treats, opsickles at 8 cents each or e cream sandwiches at 13 enls each are more expensive an light-colored popcorn balls ut no more costly than lose made with molasses. The small h a n d f u l of roasted sanuts thai once was welcorn- i by goblins at a mere cost : 3 cents lo the hostess now ands at 7 cents per treal, plus ost of wrapping. If you have less expensive source of pea- uls than grocery store prices. Ian on 6 cups lo Ihe pound f unshelled peanuts -- or 12 ackages of one-half cup each. COOKIE COSTS ' It is nothing new that hom» taking of cookies for any occasion saves money over buying commercially prepared ones. However, in rccenl years, the wide variety of delicious commercially prepared ones has almost replaced time-consuming cookie baking. The rapid increase in commercially prepared cookie prices has encouraged some homemakers to return to home baking. Even then, selection or recipe with an eye to ingredient cost plus use of the least expensive ingredient within each recipe can m a k e an amazing difference in c o o k i s costs. ^^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous--Women, Ozark Guidance Center, 7 n. Manhattan Siring Quartet, Fine Arts Concert Hall, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio your 3-way .radio feeadquarteri 11 electronics lino* UI8 53) V,: College 413-2232 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - MZ-4Z46 City Parking Lot In Rear Saturday o Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, 7 a.m. Rural Builders Holiday Bazaar, Sons Chapel, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m, History and Antiques Group, AAUW, Miss Lula Bjsby, 2 p.m. Amaranth Order Bean Supper, Ozarks E'ectric,- 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Dance Club, American Legion Hut, Springe-ale, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. MiwiiiiiwipiiiiM^ l'/4 cups soft bread crumbs 2 teaspoons melted butter 4 Slice (1 oz. each) Cheddar cheese Cut off tops from 8 greci peppers or cut 4 in half length wise; remove seeds and mem bran. Parboil 5 minutes in boiling salted water. Drain. Brown- sausage and onion in skillet; drain off excess fat. Add corn, 1 cup tomalo sauce, alt and pepper. Simmer until cated through, about 5 inutes. Remove f r o m heal: dd cheese. Stir until cheese melted. Add 1 cup bread rumbs. Yield: appro*. 4% ups. Fill peppers with meal- orn mixture. Combine 14 cup read crumbs and butter. Top lied peppers with crumbs, 'our remaining tomalo sauce ) botlom of baking pan; rrange peppers. Bake in pre- caled 350 degree oven, 25-30 linutes or until heated through, 'lace half a cheese slice on ach pepper. Place under roiler until cheese mells. lakes 8 servings. Thrift Tip Odd nylon .stockings can b rematched and worn after the have been boiled in water fo ten minutes. The stockings a become the same shade. Household Hint - If you want to cut down o itie noise in your home, selec furniture that is npholsterec Hard-surfaced furniture will m Jeaden noise as well as uphol tered furniture. Fiyelttvllle Tnt Z. fide Square 442-7MS THE LIGHT TOUCH by Gardenhire's A hypocrite is a man 1 who prays on Sunday, | and on his fellow men | the rest of the week. * * .* The m o s t desirable | a quality in a nose is not e its length or shape, but -i that it not be found in | other people's business. Principal to small boy: "It's generous of you, Johnny, but I don't jf a think your resignation p a would help our crowd- 1 ed school situation." | a There's Compare at $9 Girls' Brushed Nylon Gowns and Pajamas 4 97 Soft and pretty sleepwear Siat is flame restardant, meets government standards. Perfect for chilly weather. Choose from four styles in gowns and pajamas, low. Sizes 4 to 14. A perfect gift. Soft colors of pink, blue or yel. Girl's-DILLARD'S--First Floor *»~^., one rule in E b u y i n g roses. The hi longer the stems, the | a shorter your wallet. a *~ * * We don't know why 3 crabgrass should be crabby. It's a l w a y s winning. . . * * * Another winner: Our fine selection of reliable timepieces at Gardenhire's Jewelry. GARDENHIRE'S JEWELRY N.E. Corner of Square Great Buys on Juniors' Knit Tops 4 Styles! SAVE Orig. $8 to $18 Now 5.29 to 11.99 So Kiftable . . .our famous make junior lops in 100% colton or 100% acryjic. Choose li'om short sleeve cardigans, sleeveless vests, long sleeve button front cardigans and V-neck cardigans in bright fashion colors. Sizes S, M. L. Junior Sportswear--DILLARD'S-- First Floor tffc Now...Three Convenient Ways To Charge These two popular credit cards plus your Dillard's credit card . .'.At All DILLARD'S and DILLARD'S Pfeifer-Blass Stores in Arkansas Open Monday Thru Saturday 10 A.M. Until 9 P.M.

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