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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 22

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22 , EXACT WEIGHT Mrs. John O. MacLeod of of the home-made baking checks the weight of a loaf of Judging on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. George Mudd, assistant superintendent of handicrafts Is at right. The first prize was awarded to the loaf made by ... Miss Isobel McGiffen. ' ; . " Journal Photo by Dominion Wid) 1 - iiii" THEATRE AGAIN EARLY GLASS ? ' Ford's Theatre.': closed down Obsidian, a smooth black vol-sine Lincoln's assassination in canic mineral which was - the IMS in Washington, is being first glass known to man, was renovated In time for the 101st made Into .spearheads, "knives anniversary of the event. , and tools. . - ' ' . 5 ' .' ' ..' ' I . ft - - this Is BAND 'N WIG comb, brush, or spray Into' dozens ot variations Only 3.99 Looks like a beautifully groomed head of hair, divinely banded in Jersey. Actually It's turban ingeniously wlgged. with, hair soft as your own, of Dynel acrylic. Nothing to do, but pull K 'on . . . fiddle and fool a little with the hair, then sparkle. , black with black black' with beige, black with red black with white , ; auburn with black " auburn with beige frtrman'i Hat Bat, Strut floor, Downtown Street Floor, Wettgat V i Dunvegan, at left, ludj contest at the Exhibition. white bread during the .TAItl " " - r - , s V' -t the blonde with black . blonde with coffee blonde with red - ' blonde with sapphire grey with black , grey with white . Judge of THE OTTAWA JOURNAL THURSDAT, AUGUST 20, 1984 Taught in Ottawa By. BETTY SARSFIELO of Thl Journal A former teacher n tin- I naught Public School wu the judge of home-made baking on Wednesday at the Central Canada Exhibition. ' i,-, : Mrs. John D. MacLeod, of .Dunvegan, hai Ibeen Judge at baking competition since her college days at Mac-donald Institute, Quelph. She now teaches home economics at Glengarry High . School, Alexandria, and limits her Judging primarily 0i3Maxville area. She "came to Judge the entries at Ottawa because the competi-. tions are held during the Summer holidays. ' Explaining some of the intricacies of Judging other people's baking. Mrs. Mac- . Leod explained that the basis of judging is set out by the exhibition committee. For instance, in Judging bread and buns, appearance GWUJIU ,UT. U pQiniSi UK) Mrs; Bresee" Wins Prize :pr Fudge . ThVflrst prize for divinity fudge in the Central Canada Exhibition contest for homemade baking was awarded to Mrs. C. W. Bresea. . Although she describes herself aa an amateur candy-making. Mrs. . Bresee has been a consistent winner at the exhibition since she began entering the competi-' tion three year aga ' : . ' ; As the mother of three school-age' "stms, she .gets quite a bR of practice and , confesses that her sons are ; happy when she occasionally decides to make a plat of candy. "We only :. have", It ' occasionally." she said. "Just when we get hungry - for sweets." Mrs. Bresea is on the list for church bazaars and bake sales and donates a batch of . chocolate or- divinity fudge whenever she's called upon to do so. . She hasn't entered Into any competitions other than the ones at the Exhibition. WITH i OR I I I j A' crust for 16; crumb, 33, and ' flavor 40; . "Crumb,'' Mrs, MacLeod explained. crumbs bread Crumbs caused bread. . Mrs. Maclead. said. Each loaf U weighed, meas. ured, cut and -fingered 'loa crumbs. The Judge must also tastfe each entry. There were 475 entries in . the home-made baking competitions at the exhibition, an increase over the number sent in last year. ' On display, waiting to be Judged, were cakes representing nursery rhyme figures. Little Bo-Peep, Humpty . Dumply, Peter, Pumpkin' Eater and Little Miss Muffet were among the characters m cake form. Entries are disqualified if they do not meet the requirements of the committee aa stated in the) rides book. That iudeina el. honow oill . take alaca todav and horti? culture wBl be Judged Friday. , "I'm . a complete amateur," sh said. ' " Hera' sftMrs.ABresea's . reein f(W Km hri.uflnlni f divinity fudge: DIVINITY FUDGE 2 cups white sugar " H cup corn syrup '-; u 1 V4 cup maple syrup (pure) ' )4 cup water k, 2 egg whites .' ' ' " M cup blanched almonds I Up. almond flavoring " (or vanilla) . Method: Cook sugar, corn syrup, maple syrup . and aterjpgether In a sauce- , pan over nign. neai unui sugar , la dUsolved. Let boil without stirring. .When mix tur begins to boil reduce hea( to. medium. BoU until mixture reaches 265 degree on a , candy thermometer Cight crack ataaet 'While Ba is the quantity of ' which fail when , the is cut or fingered. are sometimes by overworking tlbe mixtur is cooking beat egg , f the Central .Canada Ex-white -until . stiff. When hibi(ioii. , , . ,t , syrup reaches , 285 degrees i Ust year , Lindsay was a pour slowly over egg whites : . ttrst-prizevwinner. This yesx and i beat t constantly .until ? hts.mothertook top honor mbttur begins to loss ltd V tor a loaf of oatmeal bread, gloss. Add almonds and fin- v It , was the second tune vorlng and pour Into buttered - Mr. . Hiseler entered the mil .. . Mrs. Bresee also won first pn rorrMn-gmgercooa, i , . , ' " Journal Want.AUi Sum result. i , WITHOUT SUN : in 3 to 5 hours Get en attrKtfv,' ' even tan and sunburn protection too. 7 i-r rfn:'forl by COPPERtOiiE THE OUTSTANDING QUICK TANNING LOTION DEVELOPED BY COPPERTONE THAT GIVES YOU A DOUBLE TAN. ' INDOORS TANS YOU OVERNIGHT - OUTDOORS DEEPENS YOUR TAN Q.T. is an all-weather, all-over tanning lotion. Its special sun-scrden filters out burning ray. Yet even without sun you tan Quickly. And Q.T. has no dyas or artificial colouring agents to straak or discolour your skin. Q.T.'s amollient and built-in moisturizer condition your skin and keep it soft while you tan. .tcfii fc.r e-Vr : Lags ware never lovelier than wim a J.T. tan. Fast-acting Q.T. Is not oily or greasy ; use It anytime to replace stockings. Amlltbl at ef drug and cosmetc counters-2 at. tube and 4 of. ; , f , aoueaM soru. Palentad i960. , , ,; ... ', TAN QUICKLY! ASK FOR Q.T. QUICK; TANNING; LOTION f I 9 jf - I, V V7.:-.v7-;.;r,,:-:o V,-"' i) v. - r"- f -..-fa) iw ' i " TSTINQ, THE QUALITY t " JMss. 'Broos Dawson; ' superintendent of hand!- crafu at Central Canada Exhibition tastes from s Jar of raspberry preserves entered In the competition. To avoid wastage of canned fruit and Jam due to - ; spoilage when left on display after having been opened, exhibitors submit two jars. The opened one is : Judged.' then returned, to the -contestant, while the . ' second Jar is used for display during the exhibition..' Journal Photo by Dominion WMD AT THE 'EX' Homemade Bread .IsaPrizeWiKnerNS c t Mn. G. ' W. Hiseler - haa Joined her son. Lindsay, , in the ranks of prize-winner at the bakina .cosnnetition baaing competitions. Last year, she, won second pnias for the earn kind of bread. Hiseier-,havp. .toyr hildreh.Vdn tchodK ag,' tH.ov k. meir two, oaugntcrs, luo- inda. .14. nd Donna.) 12. Jiava aatf.es ;i this t year's Exhibition 'and Lindsay has entered 17 items. Their other son, George 1-aay ,-h wfll f-eriter the son tests next yeaxJ j.,,fl V, . The Hiseler children do a great deal of, baking at home.' and so does their mother. - "We all like baking." she nid. . "The children bake, more things dur-Ir.a the holidays, but often after school one of them I will bake, a cake or a pie lor upper." ; ' ,:.f ' . Mrs. Hiseler said her bus- band also likes to bake, but doesn't do much of It. " ! Here's her prize winning ( recipe for Oatmeal Bread: OATMEAL BREAD . ,1 pkg. granular yeast.. V4 cup lukewarm water tsn. sugar 1 cup Scotch oatmeal . . (not rolled oata) ' I cap boning water , , . V4 cap molasses , ,, 2 tbsp. sugar ' , , . 2 tbaps. thortenlni ,. 1 tsp. att . I cup warm water 14 eup sifted aO-purpos . . flour , !;... . - Dissolve yeast, one teaspoon sugar. In half cup lukewarm water, snd let. stand 10 minute.. , . i Into large mixing .'bowl measure one cup boilng -J v )4 AUGUST FUR SALE c Ottiaa, M mi ir '. IrkktOnrrl fafim . , l ! -: aWaUi- loa kt i dn i im artaa wrrM aoriiir IM4. .' Wv ym mm i.h n fUu at ft fwr M.rrUf.. Ma mwtpmpw molf or nMtal iinwunl or mn of aaint tnrtt.ttan or Mtn arm rtMal mm aw. Imri Uw ntmmt m Ina Iwu rtoi Olfl SMrHT 0f. M IMootrtu mmmm, oiovo. On-torto, Mrmltofl mmf mrrt4 fe.ak. mw imn umi ( wa auto wh wrtuac. . 1 1 water, and slowly stir in oatmeal Let stand i five minutes, .Add molasses, sugar, hor?cnlns asft salt. Add ope jtuguwarm prater and 'stir';. , Add yeast mixture to oatmeal mixture, .then add four cups-sifted flour and mix. Sprinkle remaining 14 cups flour on baking board. 'Turn dough onto board and knead about MS times. Place ; dough in greased bowl cover and let rise two boar. Turn out Main 0 floured .board. .nd knead about 100 times. shape mW two loaves and pleca into greaaed standard loaf pans.. Let risa until about one inch above sides of pan. Bake at 375 degrees for IS minutes ' snd' reduce heat to 325 degree for 35 'minutes.' f'i-:.- Mrs. Hiseler says "the recipe makes two loaves, snd they dont last long." - BIG PROVINCE " The province of Quebec twice as big as Texas. I N IK I IB Mr t I LI ' ' SPECIAL ' LEOTARDS "w i! i S Use or open a baby Bonus Account X 1 Hour Frsa- Parking The gingham dog and tha calico cat, Sid by lde In the shoe-atore sat. Beys' oxford-leather uppers solas. Black or Brown, ay S3.99 r Downtown: 142 Sparks Street SHaffi .We're Ready for School; t 5 12 Chubbloo Ineludotf- : li a, w y . . , f.. Mips. 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