Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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Choice Recipes | Bj CKCaT BEOWSSTONE Creamed Hamburger And Green Peas Ingredients: 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, W to 1/3 cup (1 email) finely chopped onion, ^ pound ground chuck beef, \ teaspoon salt, 'A teaspoon celery salt tt teaspoon pepper, 2 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons flour, 1% cups milk, V, to ·· cup cooked drained peas. Method: Melt butter in medium- lize saucepan; cook onion in it until lightly browned. Add beef «nd maah with fork until crumb- MMTHWBT AMAHUt TIMB. ly and it lorn ilj red color, Stir I onto win in well the iialt, celery salt pepper I desired, and flour. Add milk and COOK over eoti. Frott m * low "heat, stirring constantly, until sauce thickens and bubbles. Stir in peas, reheat. Serve on crisp toast. Makes 4 tervings. ·deh HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiltr Hatchery t-0.p«mar Piquant Lemon Dressing Ingredients: 14 cup salad oil, 14 cup bottled lemon juice, 1 teaspoon sugar, 'A teaspoon paprika, 1 tablespoon finely diced onion, 1 tablespoon m i n c e d parsley, 1 teaspoon c h o p p e d pimiento, 1 teaspoon chopped gre;'n pep; ot. Method: Put all ingredients into a container with a ti»ht cover; shake until well v mixc^l. X^hill. Makes about 34 cup. Chocolate Nut Cake Ingredients: 2 cups sifted ra flour, 1 teaspoon baki 13 pov/der, teaspoon baking soda, i ieaspo salt, 3 squares (3 ounces) un sweetened chocolate, 'A cup h water, 14 cup shortening, 114 cu sugar. '2 eggs, 2/3 cup buttermi or sour milk, 1 teaspoon, vanil] 2/3 cup chopped walnut meats. · Method: Sift together flour, bak ing soda, and salt. Melt chocola over hot water, then stir in 'A cu hot water, blending well; coc slightly. Cream shortening an sugar; beat in eggs, one at a tim 31end in chocolate mixture. Blen in sifted dry ingredients altc: nately with buttermilk. Stir : vanilla and walnuts. Turn into. ;reased 9-inch layer cake pan 3ake in moderate (350 F.) ove 30 to 35 minutes or until cake .ester inserted in middle of cak comes out cfean. T.ct stand in pan on cake rack 5 minutes. Turn ou LABOR DAY Monday, September 1 has been designated as a HOLIDAY by the Retail Merchants Committee of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Tuna Artichoke Casseroli Ingredients: One l-ounce je artichoke hearta (drained), one 7 ounce .can solid-pack tuna (drain ed), i tablespoon butter or mar tarine, one 3-ounce can slicei mushrooms (drained), 2 table spoons butter or margarine, tablespoons flour, 1V4 cups milk H teaspoon salt, dash pepper, : tablespoon Worcestershire sauce !i cup grated Parmesan cheese. Method: Arrange artichoke hearts in buttered 1-quart ctfttr- ole. Break tuba into large-chunks with fork; place in layir on top of artichokes. Melt 1 tablespoon butter in a skillet over low heat; add mushrooms and cook 9 minutes arrange mushrooms over tuna Make · a white sauce of the 2 tablespoons of butter, flour, milk salt, pepper and Worcestershire Pour sauce, over ingredients in casserole. Sprinkle with cheese Bake in moderate (375 F.) oven 20 minutes or until bubbly. Makes 4 to 6 servings. Marshmallow Bars Ingredients: 3 tablespoons butter or margarine, Vi pound (about 32) marshmallows, 4 cups oven popper rice cereal, « cup chopped pecan nutmeaut, one 6-ounce package semi - sweet chocolate pieces (melted). Method: Melt butter and marshmallows in top of double boiler over hot water. Remove from heat. Fold in cereal and pecans lightly ut thoroughly. Turn into buttered 1-inch square pan; pat out evenly. Spread chocolate In thin layer over top. ChlH Cntll let. Cut into bars about i by 2 ihchH. Makes 32 bars. Serve as candy or cooky. Honey Peach Pudding Ingredients: l No. 2to can clini peach halves, 1 cup fine grahau racket 1 crumbs, 1/3 cup honey, 4 easpoon salt, 4 eggs. Method: Drain peaches. Sieve 5 halves to make 1 cup pulp Place remaining halves in bol om of lightly greased casserole Add graham cracker crumbs t each pulp, honey and salt. Bea ggs well and stir into peach mix ure. Pour over peach halves ir asserole. Bake in moderate (351 .) oven about 1 hour and 15 min tes. Serve warm with cream Makes 6 to 8 servings. intranet Requirements At Med School Tighter Little. Rock-(JP)-Studenti plan- ing to enter the University Medal School in 1854 and thereafter ill find that entrance requlre- ents have tightened. Dean Hayen C. Nicholson said yesterday at beginning with the 1054 class minimum grade point average of ree and a score of 490 points on e Medical College Admission st will be required of each candi- tte for admission. Candidates are now required to ld a 225 grade point average d score at least 400 points on e admission test. Rogers Tom McMahin, (tertiary of the Rogers Klwanis Club line* early its organization, and Frank Neal, have been elected delegates to the state convention at Hot Springs in October. Three alternate dele- fatei elected were Gregg Wilson, Fred Lutfman, and Royce Christy. The club obwrved ladies' night Thursday at Lakeside, Lake Atalanta. The Businen and Professional Women's Club met Tuesday eve- ping in the lounge of Hotel Arkansas. The guest -speaker was Mrs. Nora B. Llngelbaclc of Springdale, district chairman. Mrs. Mary Big»er, president of the Rogers club, introduced the speaker. Bud Reynolds, sonarman third class, of the Navy, is spending his leave with his grandmother, Mrs. Earl Spangler, and his sister, Mrs. Seorge Vansandt and her daugh- :*r. He came by plane from New York City to Tulsa. He will leave 5aturd«y for Newport, R. I., where he is stationed. M»j. and Mrs. Marion May and eon, Marlon, Jr., arrive* in Rogers Wednesday to visit Major May's mother. Mri. Floy Walton, and grandmother and. aunt, Mrs. McLeod and Mrs. Price of Lowell. Major May and family returned last week from Japan where he has been an instructor the last two years. The son of the late Dr. Rufus May of Rogers, he served in Europe during World War II. He will be stationed in one of the Carollnas. Mr. and Mrs. W. f. Burns were Lo return Friday from New Orlc~*u, La., where Mr. Burns, Beaton County coroner, attended the convention of National Association of Coroners, Tuesday through Friday. Mr. B.urns is one oE eight county coroners In the state who is a member of the National Association. Announcement of the engagement of Miss Naomi Coatney to Delbert Leach has been made by Miss Coatney's father, Joe Coatney of Rogers. Mr. Leach is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Leach, Sr., of "Tulsa, Okla., former residents of Rogers. Miss Coatney Is · senior In Rogers High School. She is a member of the Future Homemakers of America. Wedding plant art indefinite. , Approximately 150 newcomers and pldtlmers attended a fet-ac- quainted picnic Saturday night at Lake Atalanta. Mrs. J. W, Weaver received a $3 certificate for having lived in Rogers longer than any other person present. Mr. and Mrs. William Erickson received a trade certificate for being the newest couple in the Rogers community. They moved here three weeks ago. All! Barker ol Benton- vllle put on a vaudeville skit. He was accompanied with piano muilc by Mr«. Mary McGIJl of Bentbn- tvere made by a committee headed by Denver Murray chairman of vill. The picnic arrangements hospitality of the Chamber of Commerce, Miss Annette Ragsdale. a member of the Rogers Riding Club, will represent Rogers in the queen's contest at the Bcnton County Fair, She will be entered as "Miss Rogers." M'ss Ragsdale made her first pre-falr appearance ·t I pie nipper at Apple Spur northwest of Rogers, Thursday night, At a later date Miss Ragsdale will appear at a similar supper at Pea Ridge, Miss Martha Luffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luffman, was elected president of the HI the Luffman home. Other chosen were: \t* pnMtnt, Vlgf g'nia West; secretary, Ma*«u« Kennan; treasurer, Joyce ffUMf; corresponding secretary, Mary Soil Green. ; COFFEE DISCffiY! Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of real coffee... ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Three-Day Week End Coming Up We Will Be Closed Monday--Labor Day Swift's D P F A A With te "der r rl\L/V\ beef added Can Stuffed OLIVES «sr ".^S' Gold Crest HEESE -^u- 75' 3tar Kist TUNA FISH TM Lc t' 29' APPLE CIDER qr:" 29' Utterly iriike *U-stylt "iMtants'.'..jujti$qukk bit tastes se differait! L In the famous Maxwell House kitchens this 1 superb, roaster-fresh " c o f f e e is a c t u a l l y brewed for you. At the emct moment of fresh- brewed perfection the water ii removed--leaving the mil- UOM of miracle "Flavor Buds"! 1M% Pure Mfw-No Hlten Mded! You just add hot water . . . and in- ·Untly the burstuig "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richert, most dtikious coffee you've ever tuled. One sip and you'll know at once that you can never f o back to old way! Smt JM MMJf, tMl Economical iMtant Maxwell House saves you up to 2V--compared to a pound of old- tathioned fround coffee. Th« only instant coffo with that flavorl Patton's or College Club MILK Quart Ctns. 2T Enjoy Your Holiday With This Time-Saver Swift's Premium - - , . ; . . ,, * · Red Label Fully cooked, no waste. x-v /"\ _ | | A A A Enjoy the succulent W J + r"n L\ l\/\ goodness of ham without CJ \_J I I / A / V \ having to cook it. Ibi ^ VEAL CUTLETS . . Ib. 98c Genuine milk-fed veal, tende r , tasty. LAMB PATTIES . . . Ib. 79c Wrapped in sweet, smoked bacon. So delicious broiled VEAL PATTIES . . . Ib. 69c Lean, 'flavorful ground veal, especially nice 'or children. As advertised on "Queen for a Day" .RICIPEOFTHEWEEK i j -i'j'-- best sources ° f calcium and vitamin C. i a salad 7 days a week. . Large, Crisp Heads 2 Heads For C ya» I neaas re 100 Head Lettuce 29 Look What a Nickel (5tf) Will Buy! CARROTS C K° 5' Sweet Red or Green r \ p r \ r \ i - p \ / - « P 1 C T C r r r r r k S or chow chow ih j I L-l r LI\J or relish lbl ' * -/ Green CABBAGElb.6 e r *wn* Mix conwefcK, (UHT enl OH k Muct^n. Stir in r«3u«ll v mlli, wi» r and irrur. Cwk ana itir our fc,i|. faf nur until mxxh. Tlun covir an4 c»k 1J ultiuu^ idrrinf rf»n. S«lr Into ·« rolb. CM* aid Kir 2 "'"""· '"·«·· *«moir» (ram hut. ft' Ut . b Y? w - b "? B rinl ·*· '·«'·» Juitt, F.ld »fg whim into hot mii. un. Nt,,lwe 4 *m.n 414m. CUIL K-p MM until r«Ur w rtcwT^ SPARE RIBS ...-.- Ib. 65c Mighty good barbecued. Don't Forget Charcoal!; Lump Charcoal Bag 49 Hickory Charcoal .......Bag 89 Hickory Discs Bag $2.95 Casaba Melons --Persian Melons irst of the Season Locally Grown Jonathan APPLES b. . . . 15c

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