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tnxDson daily stab, toxdsor. oxtahio. satthdat, octobf.ti as, imi- TAGK TZS- Girl Finds Herself Not Very Welcome Among Wealthier Set Still 011 Diet? By Mary Moore Fresh From tke Kitchen Mrs. C. H.
Montrose Nutrition Chairman All People Happier In Their Own Class i Don't Slip All Good Accomplished Will Be Lost by Backsliding Mrs. Moore Favors TJ se Named to Succeed Mrs. Charles A. Bell as Head of Red Cross Committee; Busy Summer Is Reported at Meeting Otherwise They Suffer Humiliations; Dorothy Can't Understand Social Climbers' Ambition; Fairy Princes Seldom Occur in Real Life Of Cake Flour EAR MISS DIX I am a girl not families, three being new cases, two asking for assistance, and one for a charming and rich who will ask you to marry him. But, alas, fairy tales very seldom come true in real life.
quite 22 years of age, special diet. By Logan Clendening, M.D. TN BEGINNING this second week of the second three-week period of the fall reducing diet, those who are still faithful to their observance of it must be beginning to realize the fun of being comparatively thin again. They must realize, too, that it would be folly and wastefulness to return to eating anything and everything in. any quan looking and attractive.
I have been very popular with a rwd of boys and girls with whom I have been going since my school days, but I have broken away from them and am now going with a gtoup of young people whs are very much more socially important than those that I went with before. These boys and girls are much wealthier than have beautiful homes, dress far better, One of the chief objections to going with people who are better off than you are is that it is bad for the souL It is bound to turn you either into a lickspittle or an anarchist. You cannot meet them on even terms. You cannot keep up your end. A meeting was held of the heads for the civil defence committees to make their part more clear to them, and a display of jam and food nutrition work was prepared for the Business and Professional Women's Club.
A course was outlined on the diets of pre-school children for the provincial meeting of the Girl Guides, and during the last week in Augus. a refresher course at the University of Toronto was attended. Article Worth Bothering About, It Deserves Best Ingredients TITHEN I climbed down off the fence into the cake-flour side of the controversy I jumped from the baking-pan right into the oven! You can throw all the beaters and sifters you own at me but 111 still maintain that, on the whole, cake flour makes better cakes. I am shouting from a soap box when I say that if a cake is worth the time and trouble it takes it Is worth the best ingredients. You are kept in a constant state of humiliation because when you are with them, you appear shabby beside their imported frocks, and youi Jalopy looks like an ashcan beside their fine cars.
And this takes all the. starch out of the strongest character. Health Program At Meeting tity as soon as the diet period is over. So plan now to get into the habit of keeping up a maintenance diet which will maintain your low weight level. You should have learned by following these diets to plan your own.
They are simply suggested as models, and to and enjoy a I a 1 position which I have not. While I am more or less accepted by them, probably because of the chap who Introduced me to them, I cannot help feelmg out of place with them and am often very unhappy and envious of them. I CAMERON H. MONTROSE was- named chairman, to succeed Mrs. Charles A.
Bel who was accorded an enthusiastic vote of appreciation lor her services while in office, and Mr. Robert Parent was appointed secretary, to succeed Mrs. G. G. at the busy regular monthly meeting of the Nutrition Committee of the Border Branch Red Cross Society, held this week at Red Cross Headquarters.
Also, Mrs. Ralph P. Sheppard, lieutenant of the food administration section of the newly formed Red Cross Corps here, was welcomed as a new member of the committee, and an interesting review of the nutrition work being carried on by the Chatham Red Cross, similar to the work of Miss Nesta Hinton, Border Branch Red Cross nutritionist, was heard. Mrs. Henderson, convener of 'the canteen, which supplies luncheons for the volunteer workers in the war work room, gave a complete report of the work during July and September the room was closed during August reporting that an average of 550 persons was served each month.
She thanked the members for the co-operation in this, and in the canning of fruit and pickles for the canteen. INTERESTING REPORT Miss Nesta Hinton read a most interesting report of the summer activities of the nutrition department, telling of the nutrition department's looking after the feeding of the boys who went out to the farms, staffing the kitchen at the Harrow Fair Grounds and equipping it. Miss Ruth Lemon Sponge Layer MISS DIX 'Personally, I think we are happiest when we stay in our own class and when we live in the way in which we can afford instead of going into debt to keep up with the Croesuses and trying to force ourselves upon those Who scorn us. i save the DR. CLENDENING trouble of planning three meals in detail.
Any kind of substitution, so long as you preserve the spirit of the reducing diet, is all right. EAT LESS I am often asked what are thinning and reducing foods, or rather the form the question takes is "Is such or such an article of diet thinning?" The answer is all foods have caloric value. No food Is thinning if you take enough certainly n't enjoy the popularity with them that did with the old crowd. Please tell me If It pays to be striving for something that seems above me. I know one should be ambitious and not content to remain in a rut, but my getting out of a rut in.
this case has made me very discontented with my home, and so on. On the other hand, this may be an opportunity for me to meet new people who will be of Importance to me later. ALICE. DEAR MISS DIX I am 19 years of age and Bill is 21. We have been going together for three years and are very much in love.
Bill is still in college and is studying medicine, and it will be nine years before he will be in a position to support a wife. I am more than willing to wait, but Bill thinks it is unjust to ask me to bind myself to him that long. I think we should get engaged now. Nine years doesn't seem too long to wait when you love as much as I do. We have agreed to accept your advice.
RUTH. Bo 11 gall Group Enjoys Address, Play and Demonstration AN INTERESTING and instructive health program was enjoyed by the members or the Dougall Avenue Home and School Association recently at their regular meeting. Mr. T. G.
Miller, of the Windsor Board of Health, as guest speaker, pointed out the dangers of epidemic through lack of knowledge, and carelessness in the handling of communicable diseases. A health play, written by Miss Nellie Girard, the sPhool nurse, on the influence of the school nurse on the health of school children today, was presented by pupils of the school, under the direction of Miss Katherine Ford. Mrs. R. L.
McKnight gave a demonstration of club swinging, showing the part exercises play in our health, and Mrs. George Ward read a paper on child physiology. Mrs. J. S.
Holden was in charge of the program. Srigley took charge of the kitchen. of it. In other words, the emphasis should be put on amount and not kind of food. But, of course, on account of their concentrated calories certain foods are more fattening than others.
These are the fats salad Two-thirds cup sifted cake flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1.4 teaspoon of salt, i three eggs, separated, 4 cup of sugar, 1 tablespoon cold water, Vi teaspoon grated lemon rind, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, lemon filling (see below). Mix and sift flour, baking powder and salt; beat egg yolks until thick and lemon-colored; gradually beat in sugar, "then water, lemon rind and Juice. Fold in half of stiffly beaten egg whites; gradually fold in flour, sifting about 3 tablespoons at a time over the surface; fold in remaining whites. Turn into greased 9 132 1-inch pan, lined with heavy paper and again greased; bake in moderate oven about 20 minutes (350 degrees F). Quickly turn from pan on paper sprinkled with powdered sugar, and pull off papier.
Work fast or paper will cling and pull cake away with it. Cut in halves crosswise tnd when cool spread between layers with LEMON FILLING: cup sugar, 2 tablespoons cornstarch, dash of salt, 1 egg yolk slightly beaten, 3,4 cup water, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 1 tablespoon butter. Combine sugar cornstarch and salt in top of double boiler; stir in egg yolk, water and lemon juice and cook over boiling water 5 minutes, stirring constantly; cook 10 minutes until mixture is thick, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and add grated lemon rind and butter. Cool.
NOTE: The cake part of lemon sponge layer may be used for jelly roll when crisp edges would have to be trimmed off and I suggest using either red current jelly or a thin spreading of Baumert cheese and orange marmalade for the filling before rolling. ANSWER Well, if you will take my advice, you will not enter into a binding contract, you will just take an option on each other's affections. and was assisted by two others, the number of boys served varying from 45 to 55. This project lasted from August 1 until September 20. The jam project, of course, was the main activity of the department during the summer, 13,000 pounds being made and shipped overseas, the largest dressings, gravies, cream desserts, butter sauce, cream soups are the worst enemies; and the carbohydrates sugar, candy, bread, potatoes, rice, etc.
ANSWER It has always seemed to me that the queerest ambition In the world is the desire so many people have to know people who don't want to them. However, it appears to be a common mania. Every day sea people running after people who snub them. I see people practically hiring guests to come to their parties. I see people enduring insults and humiliations in order to get asked to places, and groveling before the men and women who are wealthier or of a higher social position than they are.
single amount of jam made by any Dr. Clifford Barborka, In his book Treatment by Diet" gives the follow branch in the country, Miss Hirrton ing: said. Typical Foods Allowed in Reduction Diets Believe me, a long engagement can be the most tragical thing on earth. Nine years is a long time to wait. In it Bill will change from a boy into a man.
He will spend the time in study and improving himself. He will meet fascinating and famous people. He will come back as much of a stranger as if you had never seen him before. Perhaps you will like him in his new estate. Perhaps you won't.
Perhaps you will still be congenial. Perhaps you won't. Nobody can tell. Skimmed milk and buttermilk. Eggs.
Lean meats chicken, liver, fish, crab- Two nutrition classes were held during the summer, and 20 diplomas were awarded. There was an average attendance of about 30. Mrs. Montrose and Mrs. Parent assisted with the class.
Two canning classes were also held, on the evenings of September 5 and 8, with a total attendance of 71. A canning demonstration was also given a group of women at the Harrow Fair, 40 attending. A nutrition talk was given to the nutrition class at Leamington, also. Eeight office interviews were held with six cases. Six were budgeting problems, one was for groceries, one concerned rent and one regarded more work for her husband.
Four budgets were made out. Fifteen visits were to nine 'What the social climber gets out of it that makes it worth the straggle and striving and strain; the money it costs and the kicks they get, is something I have never been able to figare eat. Bat evidently there are plenty who consider they are sufficiently rewarded for all it has cost them when they are invited to an omnibus tea where nobody speaks to them, or when they are permitted to pay some society woman's gambling debts, or eon-tribute largely to her pet charity. The Bride Learns to Cook Nut Bread to Serve on Varied Occasions GOOD nut bread is ideal to make into tiny sandwiches for tea, to serve with a fruit salad for lunch or even toast lightly for breakfast. It is best the day after it is baked.
Sift flour once, measure 3 cups, add 3J.a teaspoons of baking powder, 1 teaspoon of salt and cup of sugar and sift together twice. Add 1 cup of chopped nut meats. Beat 1 egg, add 1 cups of milk and 4 tablespoons or melted shortening. Add to the flour mixture end blend only until the flour is dampened. Pour into a well-greased loaf pan about 8 by 4 inches in size and bake in a 350-degree oven $or about 1 hour, or until done.
Cool and store overnight before slicing. And you will have changed, too. You will be older and not so good-looking, not so gay and amusing. Perhaps you will no longer be the girl of his dreams. Perhaps you will realize that you would have been far happier if you had married some solid businessman than you will be if you marry BilL meat, shrimp, the lean parts of meat.
Fruits 5 and 10 such as cantaloupe, rhubarb, avacado, watermelon, blackberries, cranberries, gooseberries, grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange, papaya, peach, pineapple, strawberries, tangerines. Vegetables 5 such as asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, eggplant, lettuce, okra, radishes, sauerkraut, spinach, string beans, squash, tomato; and 10 artichokes, beets, carrots, kale, onion, parsley, peas, pumpkin, turnips. Typical Foods to Avoid in Reduction Diets Sugar and candy. Starches, such as bread, cereal, macaroni, spaghetti, pastry, pies, cakes. Vegetables high In carbohydrates such Peanut Loaf Cake I 'Character Beauty' In Face Powder Simple Make-Up in Favor When "Women Are Very Busy NEW YORK.
Oct. 25 We believe that good deeds and a generous nature, as reflected In the face, contribute more toward real beauty than anything you can buy in jars. And a leading manufacturer of cosmetics seems to agree. In these days when women who have never worked in their lives are slaving generously for war relief, he is introducing a new light-textured face powder for the new character beauty. When women are busy, the trend is always toward simpler make-up.
This new powder comes in five lovely natural shades, and the exquisitely fme texture helps avoid the over-made-up look. Even the names are lovely quilting bee blush for the light-skinned; honeycomb, which ia nearly beige; Nantucket mist for the in-betweens; meeting house, which has a rosy undertone, and a bronee called courting days for what's left of your sun tan. The spicy scent Is very popular already and the boxes are perfectly charming. The round box. which contains two and a half ounces, is decorated with a quaint Colonial lady with lots of character.
These things are on the knees of the gods, so keep yourself free to take whatever fate sends you. An engagement will not keep love alive. Wait. DOROTHY DIX. Best War-Time Recipe By Emma E.
Shaw as potato, shelled peas and beans, corn, parsnips. Fats, such as butter, salad oils, cream. Meats high in fat pork, lamb chops. Virtually all social aspirants buy their way into society. The chequebook route is the quickest and surest way to get under the right awnings, but as you are a poor girl that means of arriving is barred to you.
Also, your sex Is against you. Young men are always at a premium in society. While girls are a drug on the market. I call the enclosed a "Double Victory" Recipe trEAR MADAM: as it not only releases eggs and dairy products for Britain, Singing for Bundles NEW YORK, Oct. 25.
"That This One Candle Still May Burn" and dedicated to the Bundles for Britain Fund, 745 Fifth New York, "Bundles for Britain" has appeared, music by Joseph Pepe and words by Elizebeth Thorne-Brown. Of course, as you suggest, you may find the Fairy Prince of every young girl's dreams in this environment. Some man who is handsome and but uses the windfall apples a surplus of which we have at the present time." Applesauce Cake Mix and sift 2 cups sifted flour, 1 teaspoon soda, teaspoon cinnamon, teaspoon cloves. V. teaspoon nutmeg, and teaspoon salt.
Cream 2 tablespoons butter or shortening, add 1 cup sugar, and 1 cup unsweetened applesauce and beat well. Add the dry ingredients and about 23 cup raisins. Turn into a greased and floured pan, and bake in moderate oven. Convener of Hostess Bridge is Second Three-Week Diet Period FALL REDUCING DIET MONDAY CUP of clear soup can be taken at any time to satisfy th appetite without counting it as calories. BREAKFAST: li grapefruit no sugar.
1 slice toast no butter. Coffee no cream or sugar. LUNCH: Vegetable plate of 1 tablespoons each of spinach, beets, carrots, string beans, cauliflower 1 slice toast no butter. 1 glass buttermilk (Vitamins). Black coffee or tea with lemon no sugar.
DINNER: 1 cup clear soup. 1 broiled veal cutlet or veal chop no breading. 1 large helping carrots. (Vitamin A). 1 average helping Snow pudding no sauce (protein).
coffee no sugar. Sm okes Arrive LONDON, Oct. 25. A small schooner defied Nazi dive-bombers in the Middle East to make a trip to beleaguered Tobruk with 15.000 tins of tobacco. 175.000 tins of cigarets, 15.000 tins of candy, also coffee and milk for the Eritish troops.
When preparing turnip peel it thinly and slice it thinly and boil it in plenty of salted water uncovered. This dilutes the strong flavor and allows some of the strong aroma to disperse in the air. Have water boiling hard all the time so that turnip softens in minimum cooking time. A 1 Delicate Turnip Mash turnips that have been cooked in plenty of salted "water until tender and drained. Add 2 medium-sized mealy cooked potatoes and mash all together.
Season with, salt and pepper, and, for six people add 4 tablespoons butter and 2 tablespoons cream and mash very well until perfectly smooth. Stir over low heat until very hot throughout, and serve at once. Mary Grants Give Blankets to Red Cross I discovered this first because I couldn't get almonds and second because I was searching for ways of getting peanuts into our meals because of their Vitamin content. Two cups sifted cake flour, 2l'2 teaspoons baking powder, I2 teaspoon salt, 2-3 cup shortening, 1 cup sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 3 eggs, 1 cup finely chopped peanuts these may be salted but the salt should be rubbed off between towels the skins should be rubbed off too, 6 tablespoons milk. Mix and sift, flour, baking powder and salt.
Cream shortening until soft and smooth; gradually add sugar, creaming until fluffy. Add vanilla, then beat in thoroughly 1 egg at a time. Add nuts and beat well. Add flour alternately with milk, beating until smooth after each addition. Turn into greased loaf pan and bake at 350 degrees F.
for 1 hours. MRS. TOLER'S ORANGE CAKE WITH CHOCALATE FROSTING i One-half cup shortening (Vi cup butter and cup lard is good) 1 y2 cups sugar, 2 eggs, grated rind 1 orange, cup orange juice, 1-3 cup milk, -2Yz cups cake flour, teaspoon salt, 4 teaspoons baking powder. Cream the shortening. Add the sugar gradually, creaming until light and fluffy.
Beat the yolks and add them to the creamed mixture, add the orange juice and rind, mix and sift the remaining dry ingredients with part of the flour. Beat well and add the milk alternating with the remaining flour. Fold in stiffly beaten whites. Pour into oblong or square greased pan and bake at 375 for about 50 minutes. When cold cover with ORANGE CREAM FILLING (over which the chocolate frosting goes) Two tablespoons butter, '4 cup granulated sugar, 1 egg, 1 table-' spoon cornstarch.
4 cup orange juice, '4 cup milk, 1 tablespoon grated orange rind, 1 tablespoon, lemon juice. Combine al ingredients beating well arid cook over hot water, stirring constantly, until well thickened, about 10 minutes. Chill well before spreading on cake then cover with CREAMY CHOCOLATE FROSTING Into 4 cup butter cream 1 cup icing sugar until the mixture is moist and very creamy, then add 2 tablespoons good cocoa and cream again, then add 1 egg yolk and 'g teaspoon salt and 2 teaspoon vanilla, creaming well. Spread on cake in swirls. This frosting keeps moist and the whole cake is a delicious dessert and very pretty.
I Corned Beef Hash 9 (This is one of my emergency dishes and we all consider it quite a treat.) One 12-ounce can of corned beef (cooked corned beef will do, too, of course), 3 cups chopped, cooked potatoes, i cup chopped onion, 13 cup meat stock or cream or rich milk, salt and pepper, 2 tablespoons butter, parsley. Mix together beef, potatoes, onion and stock, and season to taste. Add to butter in hot frying pan, spreading evenly over bottom, and reduce heat and cook slowly until browned on bottom. Fold over as for omelette, serve on hot platter garnished with parsley. Here's Help In Problems Of Home Cooking QUESTION: Two weeks ago I saw a recipe in the paper for sweet mixed pickles so I made them without the vegetables and only made them sweet they were gherkins.
The brine called for 4 quarts gherkins with 'i pound salt to 2 quarts water, soaked overnight. I did that. The next morning I washed them and made them up with 4 cups vinegar and 3 Vi cups sugar. Now they have been made week ago, and I want to open a jar and they are not firm they are soft. Could you tell me what is wrong with them.
I like to put up small ones again. Thanking you, MRS. J. LANGLOIS. Benjamin avenue.
ANSWER Pickles may soften for three reasons: The vinegar may be strong or not pure some vinegar is not sterilized and contains destructive chemicals (sometimes absorbed from tree sprays). Chipped granite kettles or spoons would create rust which could soften them (also be sure to use glass top jars), overcooking will also soften pickles. A small pinch of alum is used by some cooks always. While I do not use alum in my pickles I consulted the pickling expert in a large concern in town and he says 116 teaspoon of alum to each quart of pickles will do no harm and will keep them crisp if no other softening damage is being done. Be sure to watch these precautions and follow the.
recipe exactly for your next batch. QUESTION: Would you please help me with these problems? I would like to know if there is any way to cook turnip to that it won't have that strong, bitter taste. Maybe you could also tell me what makes turnip bitter. Do you have any recipes for cooked canned corned beef? If so, I would be so glad to have some. MRS.
W. DAVIDSON. Roseland. ANSWER: My farmer friends tell me turnips that take too long to develop in dry weather are often strong. A good rule Is to select a turnip that is large and smooth and most of which has grown underground leaving most of it pale on the I i 1 T- rm-riarr.
I Women of Moose Will Make Quilts Women of the Moose, Chapter 271, will meet in the Moose Temple, Chatham street east, on Monday at 10 a.m., to sew on quilts to be sent to Britain. All members who can attend are urged to do so, as the need for these quilts is great. Members will hold a pot-luck dinner in the temple, and will work on through the afternoon. They are asked to bring needles and scissors. Last week's knitting meeting of the chapter was very successful, held at the home of Mrs.
Frances Cadwal-lader, Roseland, and another one will be held next Tuesday, at 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Doris Clifton, 1508 Moy avenue. All members of the chapter are cordially invited to these knitting meetings. Craftswomen Of World to Exhibit NEW YORK, Oct. 25.
Crafts-women of the world will show their work and in many instances demonstrate it at the Women's National Exposition of Arts and Industries which will be held at the Grand Central Palace, October 29 to November 1. Not only the work of women will be shown, but in a number of cases masculine crafts work will be included. greatly needed by bomb victims in England. Here Mrs. W.
F. P. Purdy (left), treasurer, and Mrs. George A. Waite, war work convener of the Senior Mary Grant Society, which was the first group a Windsor to answer the request for blankets with a donation, are shown ONE hundred dollars worth of blankets, bought at reduced prices because they needed slight repairs, were repaired and packed by the Senior Mary Grant Society yesterday, at the Riverside Red Cross Rooms, to be sent to the Border Branch Red Cross MRS.
G. H. LOWE is general convener or the hostess bridge being planned throughout nexl week by the members of the Catholic Women's League olte. Clare's Church, who AUTOS rVD DREADNOUGHTS To build ae modem battleship requires abouk-the same amount of steel TEA FOR MILLIONS 0 India and Ceylon annually grow J-.
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