Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
Page 10
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4, IfM I Lower Prices Shop at HENSLEY'S Super Market SPRINGDALE Not for Week-End Specials, But for Everyday Low Prices Save Time and Money · College Club Creomery Butter *J:u Ib. 69c Silverware in every bog fc 1.89 2 . 77c 19c Nlbbury 9C Cloth Bof £V Velmta ILEO Kraft ChooM Sod In QtMiton, Ib. Admiration Coffee Coffee Tide Jello 5« Coupon in Etjch Can Griffin'i Drip or Rogulor Giant Sin All Flovon lb.69c lb.69c 69c pkg.5c Mrs. Tucker's Shortening 3 Ib. Ctn. 55c Kraft's Miracle Whip, qt.. 47c Fancy--in Heavy Cream Peaches No. I Red Potatoes No. 2*4 Con 27c 10 lb.59c :Cudohy's Roll Sausage . . . lb.39c Highway 71, Springdale ^^sW Irt ·N^OlWH HIGH LIVING-Thls London apartment house appears to be ttandinf on stilts. Actually, the rid* view of the building shows. two concrete walls which run the l e n g t h cf the unit, constructed through a British hous- ifti orocram. Choice Recipes ft CECILY UOWNSTONE Gold Carat Loaf Ingredients: H4 pounds ground beef, 1 cup uncooked rolled oats (quick or old-fashioned), 1 cup (rated raw carrots, U cup finely chopped onion, 2 eggs (beaten), 1 cup milk, 2 teaspoons salt, J * teaspoon Worcestershire sauce. Method: Mix all ingredients thoroughly. Pack into loaf pan ( 1- pound size). Bake in moderate (390 F.) oven about 1 hour. Let ·land 5 minutes before slicing, Makes S servings. Orange-Date And Bread , Ingredients: J clips sifted flour, 1 teaspoon baking .powder, U teaspoon baking soda, y, teaspoon salt, V4 cup sugar, 3 tablespoons coarsely grated orange rind, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine V, cup orange juice, 14 cup boiling water, 1 egg, 1 cup finely cut pitted dates, Mi cup chopped walnut or pecan meats. Method: Sift togetncr flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and sugar. In a mixing bowl stir together, orange rind, butter, orange juice and boiling water until butter Is melted. Beat egg until thick arjd pale colored; add to orange juice mixture with dates. Stir In flour mixture and nutmeats only until dry Ingredients are moistened; do not beat smooth. Turn Into greased loaf pan (about 9 i 5 x 2\ inches). Bake in moderate (350 F.) oven 1 hour or until cake tester inserted in center of loaf comes out clean. Invert on rack to cool thoroughly. Store overnight in tightly covered container 1 before slicing. Peach Golden Glow Salad Ingredients: 6 canned cling peach halves, 1 1/3 cups coarsely {rated carrots, 2/3 cup diced grapefruit juice; toss lightly with carrot and grapefruit. Place a peach half, cavity sideup, on each of 6 individual salad plates and top with carrot mixture; garnish with greens. Makes 6 servings. Shrimp Salad Rolls . Ingredients: 1H cups chopped cooked shrimp, 54 cup chopped celery, 1 tablespoon chopped green pepper, 2 tablespoons salad dress- ,ng, salt and freshly-ground pepper, finely grated onion, 6 finger rolls, small lettuce cups, green olives. Method: Mix shrimp, celery, green pepper and salad dressing. Add salt, pepper anfl grated onion to taste. Split finger rolls and lace n 8 Individual salad plates; lilt with shrimp mixture. Garnish with small lettuce cups filled with olives. Makes 6 servings. Sweet Lemon Rolls Ingredients: 1 tabcspoon bottled lemon juice, H cup sugar, 1 package « to 8) brown-and-scrve rolls. Method: Mix lemon juice and sugar together thoroughly in a small bowl. Break the center of each roll apart a little -and spoon lemon-sugar mixture Into the split and over center of roll. Place rolls on ungreased baking sheet. Bake according to package directions. Serve at once. Duckling With Split Peas Ingredients: 5 to « pound Long Island duckling (dressed weight), 3 tablespoons fat, I cup (reen split peas, itt cups coarsely diced cooked carrots, U cup finely diced celery, H cup thinly sliced onions, 2\4 cups hot water, Hi tcaipoons salt, l/ teaspoon pep per, 1/B teaspoon mace. Method: Score duck skin from neck to vent along center o breast with sharp pointed knife Pull' back laytr of skin »nd fat running knlft unOernoth to help cut connective tissue. Cut skin where necessary but leave flesh intact Cut skinned duckling in servlng-siu pieces. Melt fat in chicken fryer or large frying pan. Add duckling and brown well over moderate heat. Meanwhile place peas In 2-quart baking dish. Arrange pieces of browned duckling in casserole on top of peas. Sprinkle diced carrots over duckling. Place celery and onion in frying pan and cook in fat in which duckling was browned for S minutes, stirring often. Add hot water, salt, pepper and mace. Bring to boil and pour over duckling and vegetables. Cover tightly and bake in moderate (350 F.) oven until peas and duckling are tender -- about 45 minutes. Serve at once. Makes 4 to 6 servings. Want Mere Natteaalhatlon Margate, England .(/Pi- Britain's Trades Union Congress overrode its leaders' go-slow instructions lost night and adopted a resolution demanding further nationalization of British industry. · AJrertlM to Hw TOtES--It twit tabor Union Said Under Red Control Justice Department Asked To Consider Perjury Action , Washington.(JP)-Senate investigators described a labor union today as "under the control of agents of the Kremlin" and urged the Justice Department to consider perjury action against its officers who signed non-Communist affidavits. A tightening of the law to pre- vent Communisti from holding union Jobs or offices also was recommended by the Senate's Internal Security Subcommittee in * report on its investigation of the Distributive, Processing, and Office Workers of America, an in. dependent union. The subcommittee made public sworn testimony in which the president of the union, Arthur Osman cf Brooklyn, N. Y., and a number of other top officials were identified as Communists. Osman refused tc answer when asked if he ever had been a Communist, invoking his constitutional privilege against possible stlf-incrimi- natiou. Other officers of the union also balked as saying whether they are or ever wore members of the Communist party. The DPOWA, with some 65,000 members, was formed in October, 1K50. When Osman was asked if meetings leading to its organization took place in Communist party headquarters, he declined to answer. The hearings showed that Osman and others identified in the testimony as Communists had signed the non-Communist affi. davits required by the Taft-Hnrt- ley law to make the union eligible for certification as a bargaining agent by the National Labor Relations Board. The subcommittee reconjnena- ed that a copy of its hearings. conducted mostly behind closed doors, be mrned over to the at- torney general so that he could determine whether prosecution of these officers for perjury would tw warranted. The next visit of Halley's comet i» expected about 1987. In Britain an automobile muffler is called a silencer. Whtntt it pour* What's a tomato without Morton's? Plainer iodiud Swift's Ice Cream 79* The one you like so well «^l Everyday Low Price MILK * Pattern's or College Club Mouth-watering Treat Hushpuppy Mix . . . can 24c Miracle Whip, qt.47c Lexard Soap, 2 bars . . 25c Get Your Sterling at Half Price With Allsweet First of the Season Flame Tokay lb.1 GRAPES ' Fancy Table Idaho Elbertas PEACHES Lean, Tender Loin Pork Roast Lb. 59' First Cuts Ib. 10' Idaho Italian Prunes'/a Bushel $2.49 For Canning Cauliflower Ib. 15 C Luscious white heads with green jackets Idaho Rijssett Pork Chops Lb. 59* Sirloin Tip Steaks, Ib 1.19 Excellent for Braising Beltsville Hybrid Turkeys, Ib 69c for frying or roasting Ham SI ices'* 98c Margarine «· 27c Giant TIDE Washing Powder Pkg. 69c PET MILK 2 T- 27' Gray Shopping Center RECIPE OF THE WEEK* isS-asr Put Mup, uk vtd swptr Into bowl. Sor u sulk and liquid off p.". Mil in tin, tun* and peas, rut into fiMMd baking dith koldin* about 6 cupi. Bek* in modtrawlf slow «vtn (3)0) until bubblf hoc, .r about 20 mlnum. Sm hot ftwa tin baking dun. Mdm 4 POTATOES 10 Ibs. 59'

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