Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 17, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
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, JULY 17,1903 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Check Baking Methods with Rules A New Doctor Joins State Hospital Staff By M/A1N1S County. Home Adviser ' ttomibfnhrfe cake baking Isn't becomfrtg a lost art. Frequent failures "'to fccllieve a perfect cake nlay makti it wise to check your mef hodi aghlnst the rules, before tesbHing to the ready mix f0* a]]' jbecnsloni; for CflltC Cakes;' ,'flfe' the most sensl-* live .of;/ the frequently home bokdtl pVbilucta, 111 terms of the effect $ physical factors on Hie finished product, such as temperature, handling ingredient balance, 'mixing, etc. Consideration of some genera) rules for cake baking may. well help the novice baken These rules apply,: whether making shortening-type cakes leavoned with making powder and/or soda, shortening-type cakes lenvened wltli air, or lion-shorl- nnlng cakes lonveiied with air. 1. High quality ingredients will yield the best .-'quality product. Use fresh eggs, milk and butter. Be sure N your flour and sugar are not lumpy; Indicating they may hayo^ become wet. Use fresh baking''.' powder, to get the best' vplume. Also koop spices lightly covered, for they too, lose flavor in storage, Koom Temperatures 2. 'j ingredients should be at room temperature (70 to 75 degrees, F.). Remove eggs nnd butter (or _ other y shortenings) from the refrigerator long enough before beginning your cake, so they have a chance to warm up. Since the reason for Ihe creaming, beating or whipping steps in;'' cake • mixing is to Incorporate air into the eggs and/or shortening, it is essen- lial that ingredients be as close as possible : to the 'temperature which will' permit them to expand to the greatest volume. 3. Follow the recipe directions exactly, and measure accurately. Do not increase, decrease or substitute basic ingre- dle'nls, on the assumption you, can improve the recipe. A cake recipe is a carefully balanced formula, scientifically designed and tested to yield optimum results. Variation of the proportion or kind of ingredients will upset this balance. For example, one-bowl-mix type cakes generally call for hydrogenated shortening because its processing makes it blend readily with the other ingredients, without, the creaming step. Substitution of another type of shortening can yield an inferior cake. 4. When combining a liquid or creamed mixture with (be dry ingredients, the object is to blend well-not too much, and not too little. Most cake recipes give specific mixing limes and speeds, or indicate the optimum number of strokes for hand mixing. Follow these directions. If specific directions are not included, -stir the ingredients until just blended, then beat an additional 200 strokes by hand or, about 1 to IVi minutes .on rnedium speed of an electric mixer. Specified. ,pu»i Sites 5. Use 'Vth'e size pans specified. A,pd'n which is too deep may prevent the cake from browning; one too large iruiiy yield a dry cake; pne>- -wijih too small' , a .. diameter/ (or surface area) may cause the cake to peak or fall. If you do not have a pan of the size called for, /elect one which; is as close as possible in overall .surjface area and volume capacity. 6. Check 'your oven temperature ' with , a thermometer, to be ^ure your 1 temperature is accurate. The oven should always be pre-heated unless the recipe directs otherwise^ Place the cake as near the .center of 'the oven as possible, and away from the oven skies, Be sure there's uir space between pans on the same shelf. Do not put foil on the bottom of Ihe oven; this can cause uneven heat reflection and may cut off proper, air circulation, yielding an unevenly baked cake. Finally, be ^ure your range Is level. j tor. Lornn Pomlctcr, former director of health in Santa Aha, Calif., city schools, has beeh appointed to the medical Staff at Alton State Hospital, it;Was announced today by Dr, Abrat ham Simon, superintendent, Born nnd raised In Pennsylvania, Dr. Pomleler is a,'gvndv uate of llahnemutin Schjaol oi; Medicine und Hospital itvPhlla-, delphla, and attended', undor- graduate school al the 'University of Pennsylvania., In that same city. ,. , She ^erved inlemesliip at the Hospital of the Good' Samari. tan In Los Angeles. As a general practitioner, sl>b was associated the following six years with a medical group In Long Beach, Calif. Her next appointment was al Snntn Ana whore 'she stayed for three years. Prior to her present assignment, the dark- haired physician undertook one year of residential training In psychiatry at. John Cochran Veterans Hospital, 'St. Louis. In private life she is the wife of Dr. Chades.Daughterly. A Lovelier You UK. I'OMICTOK a St. Louis psychiatrist.' Having married during the past year, she is still registered professionally under her former Hume. She will assume her husband's surname when petition for the name change is completed. Make-Up to Your Tan By MARY, SUE MILLER As a tan ripens, so should make-up shades. Otherwise they can pale or .muddy your hard-won color. Perish the thought! Obviously il behooves a tanning lovely to "tan test" her cosmetics. Let's make il the project for today: First take a critical look at your foundation and powder. The combination should enhance a tan's depth, clarity and glow. To achieve the effect, a foundation irunst be as dark as your skin and glinted with coppery tones. The ideal powder shade is akin to the foundation's, but slightly lighter so as to provide translucence. fncidentally the same powder shade is recommended to those who omit foundation, once they are tanned. For dewiness, however, the skin should be prepared with moisture lotion before powdering. Now , what about lipstick? Lively golden or pinky corals best accent a tanned skin. Wishy-washy shades not only dull your color but, in contrast with it, cause your lips to appear dangerously anemic. In the eye department, there's magic in silver-gray or white shadow. Applied only to the moveable lids, both shades seem lo enrich a tan and magnify the eyes ensconed therein. Should you require further dazzle, and that's highly unlikely, try this make-up with clothes in frosty sherbet or powdery pastel tones. A sun goddess—that's you! © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate The Eyes of Youth, You are not lost to youthful beauty because of dark circles, puffiness, or wrinkles around the eyes. These problems can be brought under control by proper skin care, cosmetic applications, health habits and facial expressions. Methods are detailed in my leaflet, "The Eyes of Youth." To obtain your copy, write Mary Sue Miller in care of your newspaper, enclosing 10 cents in coin and a large, self addressed, stamped envelope. double knits by R&K . . . of course! Easlgato Plasm — Open 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Clearance of orch and Patio Furniture Prlc«y/f'r« cut for.clwranca of the balance of our porch and patio furniture. See th^ exciting »ale prices in thi« quality porch furniture. - ' ' *' i . "' / t -' f EN-Q Sets — Heavy Rustic 6' Sets f Yard Umbrella (r Table t Fiberglos End Tables ' • Aluminum Frame with Vinyl Tube Seot Chairs t Alwrningm Frame f Web ^Seating Chaise t Redwood with Pgddod Seat & Back ' Supply i/milwl— Ml Sahlimf Brtfat To P"'9f 8q ^ Charge It or Add To Your Account At Church Notes Melville Congregational Youth to Camp in Kansas lVot&« A 550-mile camping trip will be undertaken Sunday by '25 young people and six artull counselors of Melville Union Congregational Church. Led by the pastor, the Rev. Joseph Fast, the group will travel by automobile lo the camp < near Mutchinson, Kan., which is operated by the Great Plains Fellowship composed of churches In sympathy with the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference. The groUp will return July 27 from the camping program, which was begun three years ago by the ttev. Mr; Fast, who is formerly a Kansan. Mr is president of the camping program. Sunday school will begin at 9 a.m. nnd the Worship service at 10 a.m. Sunday to make it possible to complete the 10- hour drive in one day. The graup'wlll depart ut 12: MO p.m. BAl'TIST The annual women's day program to be given on Sept. 22 by St. John Baptist Church svill be planned Thursday dur- ing'a'meeling at 7 p.m. in the church. The meeting is open to all women members aged 22 or over. Mrs. Prank Thompson is chairman. Brown Baptists To Hear Guest Speakers Bruce Kelly, a graduate of the Baptist Bible Seminary at Johnson City, N. Y., will be the speaker at the midweek service of Brown Street Baptist Church at 7 o'clock tonight. He is a member of the church. Kelly and his wife, the former Thelma Holtz, are guests of his mother, Mrs. Lyda Kelley, 3621 Coronado Drive. Sunday, the Rev. Gerald Dooley, pastor at Oreana Baptist Church, Oreana, 111., will be the guest speaker at both morning and evening services. He is a former member of the Brown Street Church and also a graduate of the Baptist Bible Seminary. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dooley, 622 Washington Ave. His wife, the former Brenda Glover, and their daughter, Anna, will accompany him. The Dorcas Mission Circle met Tuesday evening at the church. The evening was devoted to white cross work. Mrs. Andrew Duty and Mrs. Keith Wilton were hostesses. Lodges The Alton Rebekah Lodge will meet Friday at 8 p.m. in Western Star IOOF Hall. Mother's Helper by Helmonn & EXPECTING A FAMILY of relatives with cousin friends for your children? Perhaps you can avoid some luclls- crimlnalr towel-crabbing in the bathroom by taping each youngster's name above the spot on the rack where his towel hangs. Explain the system to them, and maybe, they'll try to use their own —maybe. <0 1963, New York Herald Tribune, Inc. LttKln Moore, 3717 Horn St., and Jane Fichtel, 3605 Gary Avo., are participating in Illinois Summer Youth Music: organizations at (lie University of Illinois. The program, which extends for a two week period, is conducted by the U. of I. Division of University Extension, and Is in its 15th year. / Spencer Gibblns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gibbins of 2037 Sidrtey St., is named as a straight "A" student on the dean's list for the second semester /at. Illinois State Normal University. Area students listed with grades no lower than "B" tire Rosalie Pearson. 91 Reft St., TCast Alton; Hose ftocciilconl. Kdwimlsville; Francis Leighly, Hartford; Barbara Mullock, llillview; Philip Hopkins, Roodhouse; and Dianne Whiting, Ciirrollton. FLAVOR CATS GO FOR... ALL CHICKEN A STRONQHEART PRODUCT Doctor requests drug slorr, to stay open ull night bu- ctiUKt; ot J'ood-poiHoniiig emergency.—News Item. Creve Coeur had an emergency which caused the drug store to be open all night. But here in Alton you have a store which is virtually open every night! One of two partners is always on hand to answer your needs in case of a real emergency. (We'd rather you'd wait until morning for castor oil or listerine, we'll admit!) Call us—we specialize! i* f 26 E. Broadway, Alton D. J. Fitzgerald HO 5-7513 J. Russell Dale tRGASURGS HEIRLOOMS OF TOMORROW You won'f want fo mf$s this —owr most outstanding lamp vq/ve of fhe yegrl Even the experts will look oooin n» these exocting replicos of old world oil lamps ... the same lamps that burnod t long ago in New England fishing villages and the great plantations of the Old Smith Priced so low you can buy them in pairs, they'll be a dramgtic addition to your home ... or perfect as a gift. Choose from a variety of styles in antique >s finish with hgndspine fabric ovei parchment shades. SEE OUR WIDE SELECTION OF LAMPS IN ALL STYLES, SIZES AND PRICES Just Charge It CAU 465-4451 i. Broadway Alton Jacoby's Since 1883 DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER DIAL CL 4-6513 EDWAftDSVILLE SUMMER CLEARANCE The Year's Most Eagerly Awaited Sales Event! : .<•'>' f J '. «t? I fl I SUMMER DRESSES A benutitul collection of summer fabrics mid pttt- lerns to choose from. Keller hurry In first thlnii tomorrow to 2 OFF . * SPRING I/ nc|: N COATS 72 OFF » • >''r* RAIN> t ^ WEAR ORLON &1 WOOL OFF AB! "KQRET of CALIFORNIA 9 OFF Entire Line of Shorts—Skirts—Pedal Pushers—Capri Pants Bermudas—Blouses 3 OFF , •*? iSi'^r&t SPE01AL GROUP OF . . . 3 for 1 Summer JEWELRY OFF All Summer iiLLlNERY AND MORE i OFF I •*.< 'GossardV Annual Girdle and BitA SALE ...... Save Up to i "Peter Pan" Friendship BRA SALE SAVE UP TO Kickernick's ONCE-A-YEAR "Buy 3 at-a-time" DIVIDEND SALE .... Reg, 89c PANTIES 3 Pairs For $2,25 DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER DIAL CL 4-6513 EDWARDSVIUE

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