The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on January 10, 1948 · Page 14
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The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada · Page 14

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Saturday, January 10, 1948
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PAGE tl TIIE WEOCIPEC TOIBrN'E SATURDAY. JAN. 10. 1948 15 7 News and Views for Your Home ie vviniunea rjome i a By KATHARINE MIODLETON Marmalade Pots Bubbling With Annual "Sweef Job ALTHOUGH sullies ol commercially prepared jams, Jellies, and marmaladei have been easier this season than for tome ears. tbert ar many housewives who enjoy making at least me of their own needs of theae sweets. Summertime is jelly and jam time. This it 3t season for the making of marmalade. True, some few people like to wait until there are the so - called bitter oranges for marmalde, but the majority are quite satisfied with the very excel lent marmalade which rsn be made from the swet - t oranges such as the California Navel variety. And this is the season when these are at their best. Lamp Shades Should Have That "New Look" Too . By GLADYS MILLER A beautifully made lamp shade needs to be understood to be fully appreciated. The shade and base should compliment each other, o that the to apirar as a unit. If one Is simple, the - other may more dramatic. tut it should have studied simplicity. In all .nstances. the shape and proportion relationship Is important The perfeit.un ol a labitc shade. The usual marmalades are made from any one of three citrus fruits, oranges, lemons, grapefruit, alone, or together. The most popular recipe of all Is for the Three Fruit Marmalade, In the na - ten years or co there Is another one published yearly in this column which Is also popular. This is our old friend Economy Marmalade which makes use of the "shells' of or - boil, turn heat down, let mixture simmer gently. Kemove and discard scum on surface as it rises. Let cook gently until contents of j Kerne nave oeen reaucea cy one - half. Measure cooked mixture with standard measuring cup, and return to cooking pot. Bring to boil. add sugar very slowly, stirring con tinually, adding 1 cup sugar for :s dependent upon the fineness of materials and excellent workmanship. Before you purchase shade lor your lamps, study aome of the details of the expensive custom - made shades and then try to fin - I the shade at your price that incorporates most of these details. This gives you a professional's ability to make comparisons. The finet lamp shades are made entirely by hand. No part is pasted, glued or sewn by ma chine. The popular lamp shad? materials are velvet, relanese pure silk, antique taffetas, starched lace, imported French lace, dotted Swiss, rayon and pure chiffon The fabric may be stretched or pleated onto the wire frame. The edge may be finished with one or more bias bands, if a tailor ed shade is required. A more ela - i borate tailored shade has a long. beautifully knotted fringe draped over a tight under - covering. Sometimes a pleated chiffon with tailored edges will have a smocked decoration at the top, bottom 5r both. This season, it is popular to swirl the pleatf to one side and trim the bottom edge with corded puff. Some seemingly tailored shades have a velvet or self material, draped at the top, similar to the drape made in swag curtains. The side jabot is lacking. If a more feminine or elegant shade is suitable to vour room, the shade may resemble a heavily trim med haL Full skirts edged with a row of three or four self - covered cords may top a big, tightly covered shade. A skillfully - draped scarf oicmifon may be tied at the top edv;e and flow over one side or a beautiful hand - made rose, with leaves of self or contrasting ma'er - ) ial, may be placed at one side. The tops and bottoms of some shades are trimmed with pinked rurhings h self or contrasting colors. On dotted swiss shades or shades made of a stiff material, bound ruffles replace the cording. ... . . , ,. , anees leu irom extracting juirc .,,,... - , th. m,,,r. which U served as a beverage forktir unt,i ugar u ,u dissolved' breakfast or used in cooking. Continue to boil mixture briskly Marmaiaae nas tune iooa vaiue)wjUM)Ut itlrrln!i untli it j - .ponds Ciner man energy nun ""' - t0 the Usual jelly test. mostly from Its sugar content, me Co!d sauctr test: Dip large very method necessary in making ,poon dimn of marmaiaae , . . ionB, mw 1 miture. i,ft out, and let about 1 Ing, destroys the valuable vitamin tpoo,,! dr() coW MUcer. 11 C of the fruit. Therefore. dontlthu amounl .g(,ls" in a few min - thlnk that you will be preservine th. marn,aart. ,, cooked. He - this Important nutritive when vou)OV(f Jrom hpu Kemove" scum on inake marmaiaae. iou won x. u, faCt, placing this on a saucer, Nevertheless, such sweets as nd ,etting ,,ide tor snarmaiaae nave a im - n oui i menus, small though it msy ta.i p'0,Jr - armia(!e lnt) hot, dean They are good to eat. and offer jarl lvll,g an inch space at the uggeiiiioni iw man. - - .. f), ,ne .ari Cover Jars with to, although marmalades, jams, jellies, are not recommended for their nutritive values t since tney have little of anything but energy er calories) they do recommend themselves as palate - please rs. In view of the present quota restrictions on citrus fruits, and. Since the quality of those available Is entirely suitable for making marmalade, many housewives are Bow bury at this annual job. Don't guess ... measure. Use recommended recipes, follow them carefully. . Make two or more batches If you want a quantity, rather than trylrfg to make twice or more of the recipe at one time. Three Fruit Marmalade (Quick Method) large grapefruit 9 large oianges 2 large lemons Water and sugar (see below) Get the largest fruit available. Wipe with clean, damp cloth. Cut In larg chunks. Remove and discard seeds. Shred the fruit very tne, either with a regulation marmalade shredder, or by using a email paring knife. Shred the whole fruit together, skin and all, except the center core which Is discarded. Measure finely cut fruit with a standard measuring run. Place In a large cooking pot. For clean, dry cloth. When marmalade Is cold and set, pour a very thin layer of melted paraffin on top. "rolling'' jar slight'v that wax will adhere to sides. When this lyer Is set. add another thin layer of melted paraffin. Add tin tops, seal, and store in cool dry place. Economy Marmalade This recipe makes ue of the halves, or shells of the oranges and grapefruit after the juice has been extracted to ue as a beverage. All orange may be used, or all grapefruit, or a mixture of both. Tut all the halves through the food chopper with a fine knife and mix well. Measure the resulting ground fruit, and place In cooking pot. For every 1 cup of ground fruit add three cups of cold water. Bring to boll, turn heat down, let simmer gently, Kemove and discard scum from time to time. Cook slowly until contents of pot have have been reduced by one half. Measure this cooked mixture and return to pot and bring to boil. Add sugar very slowly, adding 1 rup of sugar for each 1 cup of rooked mixture. Stir until sugar dissolves. Let boil briskly without stirring until mixture responds to usual jelly test. Remove from heat. Remove scum to saucer for immediate use. very 1 cup ot trutt, arid cupslPour into hot, clean jars, leaving 1 f cold water, look at Ova coo. 1 Int a space at top ol jars. Cover tents of the kettle to see how far with clean, dry cloth. Add was p the sides It comes. Bring to t directed above. Mr. and Mrs. James May hew Mark Golden Wedding Day Mr. and Mrs, James Mayhew, of iMrs. I. Cuthbertson and Mrs. 3. Foxwarren, marked their golden sveddlng anniversary December 29. Laycork, their daughters, held a reception In their honor. Mr. and Mrs. Mayhew were mar ried In Orlllla, Ont, In 1897. They have lived in Foxwarren the past 26 years. , Mr. Mayhew was bom in Ren frew, Ont - in 18fiS. Mrs. Mayhew. the former Susan Grasely, was born in Magnetawan, Ont They have four sons and four daughters'. Cecil, at home, Lyman and Charles of Detroit; Arthur, Medicine Hat: Mrs. E. McCredie, Medicine Hat; Mrs. J. Laycock and Mrs. L Cuthbertson, Foxwarren: There are 13 grandchildren. Edith Cavell Lodge, No. 705. L.O.B.A, will meet Thursday, 7.30 p.m In Royal Templars hall Young St Junior Indies Aid of First Lutheran Church, Victor St, will imeet at 2.30 p.m. Tuesday, in the MR. AND MPS. JAMES MAYHEW church parlor." Tim i pm& ht Glothh a Clinic By JOYCE FOWLER AH eyet are on silhouettes ... but cheese ene te suit YOUR figure. Tall, slim gals are lucky this season. They may wear any of the fashionable styles and be attractively dressed; and they'll really Bhlne when they step out In that most extreme style . . . smoothly fitted bodice, full draped or padded hipline, and slim, oh so slim skirt! The girl of medium height can pretty well pick and choose too; if you are slim, the tight - aisled, voluminous skirted dress will be Ideal for afternoon and evening wear. For the short and plump figure, please, please stay with the more conservative lines! The sraicht lines will make you look alimmer and taller. For party occasions, the soft draped line adds that dressy note so desirable. The changes in silhouettes this season are exciting and new . . . try to mske the most of them. TntennT3ati (Eompang. ftprar our room nilli OIIOII - IIIJTZ .) 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