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f-ft. -y my y . y .f f ' "I 1 '. m I j. v V r WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. 1964 ' 7tiHE OTTAWA JOURNAL:! 31 J Gldn Auxi I i a ry Arnre Thursday wine-usting, is ' under th CURLS .1' auspices oj.the Association of Bilingual School Boards of Ontario, now holding its 20th annual convention 'at the Chateau Laurier. ': W ichel K a i a n "believes -trg!y in'"toujours femme"v '. (Qrevewfeminihe'-' fashico -, ii) hairstyles. To prove . tb c'.f maker sugeTs" curVjjfor-, 5 Spring. If you don't; ant long, ,- . ones., try a wisp curl, he rec- Hon. William G: Davis. On Headed By y Mrs.; -'Brunette) tario Ministenof-Ecation, arid Mrs. Davii Vl'!l,,enl a social-v,ening on Tburs-day at 9 p.m. at the East- view Recreation Centre,-, 2Tj ' Mrs.-'Albert Brunette was fleeted president at the regular meeting of Clan Cameron , Ladie Auxiliary- succeeding ; Mrs. Samuel Nelson. (Serving with her will "be Mrs.-John Findlay vice-presu dent; Mrs. Harold BuTnside, treasurer; Mrs. Harold Warren, . secreury, , and Mrs. Hugh Taylor, financial , ;. Others on' the new slate are Mrs. John Scharfe, Mrs. Robert Geddes, Mrs. William Brunette. Mft. Osborne Wal-lace.S Mrs. Daniel Saucier, Mrs. Edward Hutchinson,-Mrk Carl Peterson. Mrs. Wil- Marier Road. The program, to include t ommends.. IV ''7t r Journal Family of the Week . . . s sir L : .v- , journal .wani us unng . qiiick results. j ....... . , - - 7 Lj 7 ,;7 -, -rV : 'h ?- x ( V , Mr. and Mr. Maurice Sirois of 86 Breboeuf Street, Hull, are teen with their family of three daughters 1and two sons.-From the lefmrfr LynnerthrW, seated on Mr-; Sirois knee; Ghislaine, eight; yDenise, 11; Gille8, six; Mrs. Sjroisand COOKING COLUMN Beef .JT'-" '.' j By NORAH CHERRY - There Is nothing like roast beef when planning Sunday dinner. Boned and rolled prime ribs of sef , seasoned and cooked - byrisply. browned potatoes will please everyone. ; Accompany it with new green cabbage and offer an orange hiff on pudding for dessert. . .WEEKEND MENU MENU . Romalnt amTTomato Salad Bread Sticks Butter Curls Rolled Roast ol Beef, Browned Potatoes Onion Gravy Bubbling Cabbage . -Orange Chiffon Pudding Butterscotch Squares Coffee ' ) Beef is not too expensive now, particularly on week-- enda when fine buys are of-, fered.v The carver wHJ like the boneless roast, for it can be sliced thick or thin to preference without difficulty. -This roast has a particularly fine flavor, for a mixture of - salt and tabasco is rubbed fri- to the. exposed surfaces : be- .' fore it U placed In'the oven. ; i After a hearty serving of meat, potatoes and cabbage, the dessert should be light, cool and refreshing. . The orange chiffon pudding "is a delicious dessert and not too high In calories. The calorie are In the butterscotch squares. They have-been suggested because many families feel a light dessert . should be accompanied by a plate of cookies. However, - if, you do not with'to serve.. . them, save the recipe for another thn. JtOMAINE AND TOMATO SALAD V head romaine 3 tomatoes 4 cup sliced celery 2 green onions j 1 cup toasted croutons '4 teaspoon salt Dash of pepper Vi cup French dressing Wash, dry and crisp ro-" ' mar. Break .into bite-sized pieces in salad bowl. Cut washed tomatoes into wedges. Add to ronuinet with celery and sliced onions. . - Toss in croutons, and seasonings. Sprinkle with dressing. Toss lightly. Yield: six serv-. ing- i ;----'- ROLLED ROAST OF BEEF 4 lbs, boned and rolled prim ribs of beef , 1 ' T teaspoon salt ' - " ' teaspoon tabasco . 1 medium-sized potatoes- 5 cups water ' 2 tablespoons flour ' ; I tablespoon minced onion teaspoon salt ; ; " Dash of pepper 1 . Pre-heat oven to 325 de-. frees.-Wiprmeat with damp cloth. Combine one tea- " i SHOPPING . IS A PLEASURE .AT -A fr. Cuitom.r P.rkinf a any Downtown Lot 7-147 RIDEAU ST. HniT RFKIPRFW SF mm m 1 m jT Ihi H. R. label B pur guannlei I . .-. sicked frl R.'i Mflablir repulallon, ii.'Cmidw leidlngj (urrletjor im 125 jears. 182 Queeh Street G'E'H ..STORES FKIVATI Dirt, f TOM " . : , ! : l for - , eOYlRXHIXT IMPIOYEQ 1450 Merla! . - (at BaMllna) ... 4 PAt-1441 Guy. 12. who is home on i a Tabasco Zip to oerf ectlon. surrounded T . . . SDOon salt and taoasco. kud into meat on top, nd cut ends, place In open Yoasi Roast for 1 '4 hours. Parboil pared potatoes In :two cups boiling water for -1J wtnutesrDraliFand shake dry, Place potatoes around r o a i U Baste with : pan drippings. Cook one hour longer, fof mediunvrare or until meat thermometer registers 160 degrees. Place meat and N pcitatoeson -hot platter. ' Keep w"arm while making gravy.' - Remove excess fat from pan drippings by adding four tee cubes, . Fat will solidify quickly. Remove Ice cubes Place one cup water, flour and, onion in small shaker.? Cover. Shake until well blended. Add to-" pan drippings. Stirring, constantly bring mixture to boiLCook until- thickened and snooth. Add salt and pepper. Yield: Six servings. BUBBLING CABBAGE .. Vi lbs. green cabbage J oi. bottle lemon-lime carbonated beverage 2 anise seeds Dash of pepper I tablespoon butter Cut cabbage in quarters;-remove core. . Cut into one-. inch slices. Place in heated : THE "Scat m VISIT ood FOR FDW AND KESIHIESI! IN SEAIF,i FROM THE FOUR CORNERS OF THE Ky II I IblglAJ U LMLg ! holidays , from College ' St Ghislaine and Penise attend Carriere School in Hull;. Gilles attends Cauvin School.' Mr. Sirois is a tech- , nital officer in the Civil Service, The Jamily .enjoys camping and hiking toge'ther. . : " ' ' i -'j Journal Poto fay Dominion Wd) " skillet; arfd beverage, crushed . anise seeds and salt, Cover -, and cook over low-heat for eight to 10 minutes or until tender-crisp. Add pepper and butter. Yield: Six servings. -....',TW ORANGE CHIFFON PUDDING 1 tablespoon geiatjn i cup sugar - ; -' 4 eggs : ?i cup orange Juice ' 1 tablespoon lemon Juice "Ji teaspoon vanilla ' ' 1 tablespoongratea"" orange s rind . ;.y - I teaspoon grated jemon , : ' : rind:-" ; "''7-;'' 4 teaspoon salt -Combine gelatin and V cup sugar in top of double boi'er. Separate eggs; beat yolks until thick and Jemon-colored. Add With fruit juices to gela- tin. Cook over ' hot wter. ;. stirring frequently until thick- ned and. smooth, about 20 ' minutes. A , -'v. . Remove from heat and N water. ; Stir'in vanilla, orange a nd lemon rinds. Beat egg .whites and salt until soft peaks form. Gradually add Va cup sugar beating to "stiff meringue. Fold meringue into cooked mixture. Spoon into sherbets. Chill until 'ready to serve. Yield: six servings. BUTTERSCOTCH SQUARES i cup sifted cake flour 1 teaspoon baking powder - 4 teaspoon salt : I cup brown sugar - gg .' .. i cup chopped walnuts . .. I teaspoon vanilla Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Sift then measure flour; re- Centre 5 THE EST WORLD '' iW9 i!H:1iti Alexandre - in Limbour. sifj with baking ' powder and salt. - Combine brown sugar and salad oil. . Add egg; .beat well. Stir in nuts and vanilla. Fold in flour mixture.' Spoon into greased 8 x 8 x 2-inch pan.'- - Bake 35 minutes. Cut in squares whiie stiU warm. Yield: 24 sm.all squares, - Receives Gold Cord . Miss LesleyJohnstoivi?. jo"f the 61tCompany-(RCAF')" ,djpiands Girl Guides, was . awarded the Gold Cord at a-' ceremony in the pavilion at . the RCAF Station Uplands. ; She received the Gold Cord from MrsTJ , C. Fortler; her former "GuideT'Captaih. MipT Jack MacKinnon assisted at. the ceremony. ' COMING EVENTS An open meeting of the Women's Missionary Society, Calvary Baptist Church, will be held at 8 p.m., Thursday,. April 2nd. Guest speaker . will be Rev. Wilson Ewin and a moving picture entitled The Soul of Quebec" will be shown. - lani pell and Mrs. Fred Douglass. ' ..'. . Mrs. William Brunette and her committee served re freshmen ts at the meeting. , " . Plan Tea Here are some simple, proven ways to make baby-feeding much happier j They maybe new to you. Before Before you begin ; A Spring tea will be held on Sunday from" 3 to 5.30 j.m. by the St. Thomas Aquinas Council 'of the Catholic Women's League. Mrs. Thomas Hand is con-"; vener of . the" event which will take place in ,theparish " hall.; Kilborn Avenue. Journal Want quick results. Ads bring Beware the moth is . on his way. Get your .Furs to know r you begin each feeding, stop lor a moment. Remind yourself, to , smile, to talk affectionately to ac-'J' cept spilling accidents calmly. . 7 7 Plan to hold .your feedings in a" room that's quiet and free of inter- 7 juptions. . t; 7 . 7 7 Babies are the best judge of their own appetites. So don't force your baby to eat. And never beg, urge, 7.bribe-or-lhreatenyour baby-into-eating. . . Make eating easy Make eating easy for your baby. ' Carefully choose foods that your baby can swallow smoothly and digest quickly. " v One good digestibility test for a cereal is the speed with which it -. blends with milk or formula. Heinz Baby Cereals; because they - are pre-cooked and specially flaked, . blend in IVi seconds. Tough-fibred v cereals take Iorrger. Consequently, , they are more difficult to digest. Digestibility should also determine' your.choice of strained foods. Heinz Baby Foods do more At Heinz we do more than pour " our strained foods through a s;eve. . We force them through in steam. This pulps them' to a predictably - fine consistency and makes them easy to digest.. - Junior: FoodsjVtoo, should be digestibleeven if swallowed wholeT ' Heini'Junior Foods areTYct they .still have a -special texture which encourages chewing. . !SAk 18.99 . I ft ' k ' " 2 and 3-pie-e-styles in . . ,- crisp lir en-1 kfj suitinps y ' A 1 Suits of this seasor: created by a top . - I 'll sPrts niaker to'selu at a much higher ' ' T' J 1 1 price;- . . . ne ,al;; more tharr-50 " ClI V higher! Styles re Vew as the minute " 7 Vv 1 ; : ... with boxy jackmv cardigan jackets,. 7 , 1 1 " ; sllm skirts- The'S black, there's Tjrovjn, 7: I i , " there are smart striped designs, Sizes .J A. 7l 10 to 18 in the gtoup. . ' :' 7 , if " '-'-.: " Sorry buf we just can't accept . jr-Jr' - ' V ks - telephone orders so do come m I' , - ' Bsw ;. early) for these, prizes "..','."; 'if 7.77, Second Floozy if-"- these baby-feeding hints? ' ( ' ' : Retain interest To retain your baby's interest in eating, vary the foods you serve. Serve each food separately and always on gay, bright, plates. 7 There is an even more important. ' " reason to vary your baby'sdiet. One 1 food cannot provide all the nutrients a baby needs, . - By varying the kinds of foods you serve you are more certain of "giving 7 your baby a.wider variety of minerals and vitamins. Heinz ,by the way, prepares die larg-, .est fange of baby foods in Canada) . 'v i7v' V 7-, .Follow these hints (along with your ' doctor's advice) a nd y ou'll make . baby feeding more rewarding. 7 ' iVNIOljf nooisH HEINZ BABY FOO 9 The good they do your baby now lasts a Jifejyne. W I.-. (Near York SL) . 1 -City Wide Delivery 1f,... - x-- - --T-I si V AwVKJiA 4-A.XSULIkSi.SvS A Ak4 7;

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