Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 30, 1963 · Page 13
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TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1963 TUC.SON D A I L Y : C I T ! Z E N BITS OF CONVERSATION PAGE 13 After You Read This, You'll Probably Eat In Bed By BETTY MILBURN Citizen Woman's Editor An' ; "Eatlng-in-bed Cookbook'?": Why couldn't I have thought of iU Some time ago, I reluctantly" decided there wasn't a single untapped cookbook field lefti But Barbara Ninde Byficld discovered one-and produced what might be the most readable cookbook ever! My'friends tell me that her "Eating-5n-Bod Cookbook," published by Mac? millan, isn't brand new--it's been available for several months. But It's new to me, and sheer delight! As the author points out In the- introduction; eating in bed just hasn't had the good publicity that other bedtime joys like sleep have had. Her book certainly corrects the oversight. It's gay and enjoyable from its pillow-ticking cover through the supremely clever illustrations and t h e good, ^really good, recipes to the epilogue which urges restaurants to realize the unique service they could render Eaters-in-Bed by providing accommodations for those "mouth-watering delights which are impractical to attempt at home." , Each recipe has a paragraph, or two explaining. it and the circumstances under which it is particularly appropriate. For instance, Golden Eggs are ideal if you've just seen "Captains Courageous" on the late show and are crying like a baby long before the last commercial. "Remember," says Miss Byfield, "When Freddie Bartholomew got home D e a r e s t probably gave HIM supper in bed before -shipping him off to be Lord Fauntleroy." To repeat, the recipes ere GOOD. Here's "Should- er of Lamb to Cry On": Have the butcher bone for you and tie up well a shoulder of lamb or veal stuffed with well spiced fresh sausage meat and truffles if you have them. Simmer this parcel in a large casserole in dry white wine to cover (at least twp bottles) and a massive bouquet of herbs for at least three hours or until It is very tender. Remove it from the fire, and, still in the casserole and wine, weight It with . plate laden with a couple of bricks. When it is cool, put it in the refrigerator, still weighted, until it Is very cold and firm. When ready to serve, remove from the casserole with the jellied wine and slice it as you would a loaf of bread. o o o For the small lry s the Better Homes and Gardens Junior Cook Book has been revised. Tomorrow's h o s t s and hostesses can get an early grounding in the art as well as the joy of culinary creation with this marvelously illustrated volume created especially for them. Little drawings accompany step- by-step instructions; ingredients and utensils needed are listed clearly; and terms are simple but not imbecilic. o o o Also from Better Homes and Gardens is a new book on Landscape Planning. A quick perusal of the contents will tell you how comprehensively the subject is covered. Listed are chapters on what landscape design is, what you have, what you need, how to make a plan, construction in your landscape, construction Ideas, plants in your landscape, planting ideas, planting techniques and finally, "plants we rec- · ommend" broken down into various climatic regions. Paintings and drawings are great; and there's even a pad of pencil cloth, a special architect's paper for use in preparing your own landscape plans. - . 0 0 0 . . , Then there's "Food for the Emperor," a cookbook to delight anyone who is fond of Chinese cuisine. I am. Some of the most interesting foods in the world came from China. Author John Keys, a San Franciscan who grew up in Chinatown, is an authority on the Chinese language, and now operates a small but remarkable Beverly Hills catering service, has selact- ed his ^recipes carefully, simplified sparingly, a n d kept the flavor ( b o t h literally and figuratively) of the special delicacies which might- have been created for Imperial households of a China now, probably gone for ever. Mrs. Lytle Adams To Be Installed Mrs. Lytle Adams will be installed as president of the Woman's Fellowship of Rincbn Congregational Church Tuesday, May 7, at the church, 122 N. Craycroft Road. The installation will highlight the group's an- aual M a y Breakfast, scheduled to be served at 9:30 a.m. Other officers are Mrs. Robert Hedgecock, first vice president; Mrs. Jack Schneiker, second vice president; Mrs. C l i f f o r d Evans, secretary; and Mrs. E. G. Brown, treasurer. ask your doctor about this big advance in baby j feeding/ VTM sterilizing/ , /C T new disposable bottles ore prs-sterilized--no bottles t - ' clean or scrub. . 4^ n · t ^really air freaf v ' ( \ dramatically reduces- spitting up and colic. Vbaby feeds better! takes more formula more ' easily--^-like "Nature's Way" 'Nature's Way" playtex nurser "th* nearest approach to breast feeding" Now the feeding of baby can be safer, easier, faster and healthier than you ever dreamed possible..The Playtex Nurser works "Nature's Way"... no vacuum forms in the soft pliable bottle--no collapsing of the nipple to cause exerted sucking and oifi swallowing. So baby takes in nourishing formula Instead of 'swallowed air" which can cause distress, crying, spitting up and colic. For the first time 3 nipple that looks, fsels and works "Nature's Way.' Its soft, broad shape promotes correct mouth, jaw ond teeth exercise*, Used and approved by hospitals. Ask your doctor and get a Playtex Nurser for your baby today. Complete kit only $8.95», DRUG STORES Auxiliary Elects New Officers Mrs. Carl Berry will serve as president of the Auxiliary to St. Elizabeth of Hungary Outpatient Clinic for the 1963-64 term. She will be i n s t a l l e d during a spring luncheon Thursday, May 16, at the Saddle and Sirloin. Taking office with Mrs. Berry are Mrs. Urban Geis, first vice president; Mrs. Thomas Zupan, second vice president; Mrs. Dragutin Poje, treasurer; Mrs. Frank Beiser, recording secretary; and Mrs. Joseph Soff er, corresponding secretary. The luncheon also will honor the volunteers who have assisted at the clinic during the past year. Those planning to attend may make reservations with Mrs. Raul Gomez. VA Coed Wins State Press Award University, of Arizona jun-' ior Lois Fensterraaker of Indianapolis, Ind.. has been named winner of the. 1962 junior mass communica-.' ; tions award sponsored by the Arizona Press Women, Inc. She will receive $100 and a personal plaque at a banquet Saturday evening at Los Olivos Lodge in Phoenix. In addition, the UA Journalism department receives the perpetual trophy with Miss Fenstermaker's name engraved on it. This is the third year the award has been won by a UA student, so the perpetual trophy now is a permanent possession of the University. Past winners were Miss Janet Watson, 1960, and Miss Betsy Little, 1961. The daughter of Mr. anrj Mrs. S. E. Fensterrnaker Jr. of Indianapolis, Miss Fenstermaker is majoring in journalism and minoring in English and Spanish. She is city editor on the Wildcat, campus newspaper, and historian for both the student chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, national journalism fraternity for women, and Pi Beta Phi sorority. Last Thursday she was one of 17 junior women tapped for membership in Mortar Board. Miss Fenstermaker will spend two months in Italy this summer as a participant in the Experiment in International Living and plans to spend the fall semester studying at the University of Madrid in Spain. Pioneer Celebrates 70th Birthday Pioneer Arizonan Mrs. Alfredo G. Miranda celebrated her 70th birthday last Tuesday at her home, 347 E. 24th St. She was honored at a dinner and reception held by her husband and her. daughters, Mmes. Evelina Whitman, 1 Albert Zimmerman, Marvin Reynolds, Fred Treyz and Guillermo Lizarraga. Mrs. Miranda was surprised with a serenade at sunrise planned; .by her grandchildren. She was born Patrocinia Aguirre in Arivaca. High and Handsome ... the MOW Hair Fashions for Warm Weather · TINTING "BLEACHING · PERMANENTS Dntsftias PHONE MA 3-4671 ARCADE Beauty Salon 49 E. Broadway-- Opp. Post Office CARPET SPECIALS! 5 3 · » * « * · · · · ^^^^ 50% WOOL/50% NYLON Textured Tweed *JSq.Yd. 100% CAPROLAN NYLON *j/7 Beautiful Decorator Colors '^* Sq.Yd. Call MA 6-2497 for shop in your home service. BUDGET TERMS 2534 E. BROADWAY NEW! OUR MEXICAN BARBECUED BEEF PLATE Try It for lunch--or dinner! Luscious beef, simmered in our own barbecue sauce for hours, a dish of refrled beans, sliced Jalapena chilis, and a flour tortilla! And look at this low price -- a rich and satisfying meal for $1.50. BEER WINE COCKTAILS Live entertainment by our mariachis 'til 1 a.m., courtesy of Casa Molina CASA 6225 E. SPEEDWAY Closed Mondays 11:30 a.m.-l a.m. Phon-j AX 8-1481 for Orders to go. DONNA LOU DONALDSON . . . Ira Allen Haskell Donaldson- Haskell Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Leigh L. Donaldson of Long Beach, Calif., announce the engagement of their daughter Donna Lou to Ira Allen Haskell. Mr. Haskell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira V. Haskell, 4202 Calle El Centre. Both the bride-elect and her fiance attended the University of Arizona. Donna Lou's affiliations include Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Mr. Haskell is a member of Delta Chi fraternity. A May wedding is planned in Long Beach. Peter man- Rechtm Engagement A June 15th wedding at'' St. Joseph's Catholic Church is planned by Sally Jo Peterman and John Raymond Rfichtin. Sally Jo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Peterman, 3125 E. Flower St., is a senior at Catafina High School. The prospective bridegroom was graduated from Tucson High School. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Rechtin, 428 N. Desert Strav. i Reserve Officers Ladies 9 Club Convention Set The annual state meeting of the Reserve Officers' Association Ladies' Clubs of Arizona will convene Saturday at the Valley Ho in Scottsdale. Registration is at 8 a.m. with the business session slated at 9. A poolside luncheon is planed at noon for the approximately 200 delegates expected to a t t e n d , The convention will close with a 6:30 p.m. cocktail hour and a military banquet and ball at 7:30. New president who will take office at the banquet is Mrs. Kanen H. Williams of Phoenix. 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