Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1958 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

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ALTON fiVfiflNQ TELEGftAPH Don't Shoo Away Your Small Fry ftm ftod Bdltflf DON'T SHOO YOUR mall fry out of the kitchen if eventually you want them to be paragon! of usefulnwm around the houie. tt'i true that when youngsters "help" they •ometlmei «low pro* eedurei. But 1t you can itand their flrit mewy tries, you may reap rewards. Small children love to "cook," set, the table, dry gpooni, and do other such job*. If you encourage thelMlrtt efrortl, they will gradually learn to be skillful enough to save you time and effort. What'l more, they'll be proud o! their accomplishments. But we'd like to emphasize one point often forgotten, Children'! Interest In cooking and other household jobs Isn't always steadily maintained. We know this from experience with our niece and nephew and from friendships with other children. Don't be surprised! After] you've had Job's patience In let-i ting your youngsters "help," they! may after a time lose interest in cooking and similar tasks. When she was young, our niece! adored learning to cook. But at high school she was busy with a; number of other activities and rarely went near the range. After college she married and we thought she would be the proverbial bride who "can't boil ati egg." But her early 'experience! gave her confidence and the wonderful feeling o£ being at home in a kitchen. Aided and abrtled by a young husband who enjoys fine food, she jumped into preparingj Interesting and delightfully successful meals. Here are reminders of jobsj small boys and girls will enjoy doing during the summer. Putting up relishes for which vegetables need to be chopped?! Let your young children help — ' they love to turn the handle of a food chopper and use a wooden pusher. Peas to be shelled, berries to be picked, over or hulled* corn to husk? All fun when you're very young. j Like to have cheese spreadsj oh hand for porch parties or justj to keep in the refrigerator for 1 unexpected guests? Youngster will stir and stir the mixtures until they're smooth as velvet. Little girls, If given a free hand enjoy arranging aniniature garden bouquets lor tne dining table. Save small appropriate containers so they can choose among them. v Both boys and girls like to fold paper napkins. They'll also spend hours cutting out and decorating table mats made from shelving paper. Help your youngsters start their very own cook book. The following recipe can go under "Beverages!" They can measure and add the ingredients themselves and they'll stir it up with zest. DO-IT-YOURSELF CHOCOLATE DRINK Ingredient*: 3 heaping teaspoons quick chocolate flavored mix, milk, 1 scoop soft vanilla tee cream. Method: Put the chocolate flavored mix in a tall glass. Add % cup of milk. Stir well. Add ice cream. Fill glass with milk. Stir well. Drink! CITY ON FENCE ABOUT SQUATTERS' FAMILIES When Gerry McManus, his wife and two children were evicted from a squatters' camp near Londonderry, Northern Ireland, it pointed up a dilemma for the town. It had been the family's 48th attempt to find a place to live and they were ousted and fined $5.60. Some pepple had of fered McManus housing until they found he had two children. City Attorney A. W. Slack said that If the city rents the huts In 1 lie-camp It is accused of renting accommodations unfit for human habitation. And If it pushes people out it is accused of being harsh. HERE If" Our 75* BIRTHDAY! Who but Kroger gives a Personal Word Guarantee? Kroger Froien Lemonade Kroger Animal Crackers 70 ;.'"19 ( Sliced Cinnamon Loaf i.ch25 c Sandwich and Wiener Buns .... (I In *k|,) Pica.. 21 46 OZ. Juice Sale! Blt tw«*t Juica Juiet Tomato Juieo Mi.e Orant^ Drink Pine-Ora Juica Kriftr Pinoappla Juieo 3 46.01. Cant Llbby. 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