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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 24

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PINK AND PRETTY —This froi- en fruit salad, mad* with cream cheeie, gelatin, and iruit, and tinted pink, is tasty as well as pretty. Pink Frozen Fruif Salad Delicious Here it is! The perfect salad for i hot summer day. This delicate pink salad is full of "ruit, marshmallows and nuts for 'rozen goodness. Take one cooling 3ite and you'll go back for more. As an added treat, have a plate if sesame seed and poppy seed crackers handy. FROZEN FRUIT SALAD 1 8-ounce package cream cheese H cup mayonnaise 1 No. 373 can fruit cocktail, drained 1 Orange, cut into sections Vi Cup Maraschino cherries, halved Vt Cup chopped pecans or walnuts 1 Cup miniature marshmallows Vt Teaspoon Allspice Red food color 1 Cup whipping cream WED., AUGUST 22, Peors ore Delicate, Delicious By JANE OTTEVHOL'flR Marketing Iftforffittfoft for Cflft« softer*, tSU AfftenKaril Intention Smtee Special note to food shoppers! Fresh pear season is at hand. Beginning in August and continuing through the peak of supply in September, October and November, pears are usually abundant in the local food stores, PEARS HAVE SEASONS As you shop for pears, you may wonder which to choose for eating raw, cooking, or for gift baskets. Actually, most varieties of pears are all-purpose, good for eating raw and for cooking. The Bartletts are large, bell- shaped, smooth, and yellow skinned, often blushed with red. The flesh is fine grained and juicy. You can get them through October. The Bosc, with its long tapering j neck and green-brown russet skin, arrives in October for a stay until after Christmas. It has a rich, slightly tart flavor and is especially suitable for baking and broiling. The large, squatty, chunky, blend in i thick-necked Anjou hits the mar *»;. —• ••""• mi—"wwwwuiuwBmiiBBn PEARS ARE GOOD, and they're low in calories, tool Soften cream cheese; mayonnaise. Add fruits, marshmallows and allspice; mix ; fine textured with a spicy wine well. : like flavor. Add food color to get desired p ears are one of the very few shade of pink. Whip cream; fold I fruits that are picked when green. 1 r » ~ v ** i T? n — tViln «nnn«n 1* la nftt *\Af\t\C- into fruit mixture. Put in IVi quart mold. Freeze until solid. Slice and serve on lettuce or other salad greens. Serves 8-10. DEAR ABBY 50- Year Old Can't Forget That He Went to College ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: How long does it ake for a grown man to forget where he went to college? A friend of mine is almost 50. and two minutes after he meets someone he manages to get into the conversation that he went to Harvard. Now 1 know lots of men who went to Harvard, but they don't mention it 25 times a day. It so happens I never went to college and my income is easily double that of my Harvard friend— which proves you don't have to •:o to Harvard to be a success. '< What can I say to this Harvard ! ;rad to lot him know he sounds ; -'diculous? j \VOODROW WILSON ( HIGH. 1933 DEAR W. W. '33: Persuading a 50-year Id man that he "sounds ' ri-liciil": 1 " >s a hopeless task. It is just -"iislher case where the hnv p-t (''rough college but col- limp •!(.,(.(. g 0 t through the hoy. "'vr^pl it. DEAR ABRV: Please help set- ' lie a family fight: I have two sis- tors. They got into a real battle and are not speaking to each oth- j er. 1 steered clear of the fight and | am friendly with both of them, i One sister says that if I continue to be friendly with the one SHE isn't speaking to, our friendship will have to come to an end. 1 don't think this is right. What do you think? THE SISTER IN THE MIDDLE. DEAR SISTER; It's your sis-' ter's privilege to fight with whom- i ever she chooses, but she has j no right to force you to non> '• speaking terms with her enemies.! DEAR ABBY: My husband is the world's dullest man. When-! ever we go to a friend's home he ! ! goes off by himself and listens | to the radio. Or else he just sits • and talks to the dog! He never j has a thing to say. I try to draw | him into the conversation and he | answers with a YES or a NO. | What does a wife do when she is married to a moron like this? BORED AND EMBARRASSED. DEAR B AND E; Who picked this moron? And why? CONFIDENTIAL TO HIGH POCKETS: The guy who always 'winds up with the check is not necessarily a "good kid." He is more of a goat. Unload your problem on Abby. For a personal reply, send a self- addressed, stamped envelope to Abby, care of this paper. For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 3365, Beverly Hills, Calif. For this reason, it is not neces sary to buy dead-ripe fruit at your store. FOR CALORIE COUNTERS Although pears have been called the "butter fruit" and although their flavor is sweet and rich, they are surprisingly low in calories, averaging around 75 calories per pear. Try eating a fresh pear about half an hour before dinner to cut down your appetite. The cut surfaces will discolor if they are not treated correctly. To prevent this, drop the pear ' wedges into a bowl of chilled i pineapple or orange juice. '. i WAYS TO SERVE Pears are delicately flavored. Try baking fresh pears as y o u i would apples. Canned pears are especially good when broiled i spiced, or used in tarts, upside- ; down cake or pie crisp. STUFFED PEARS 6 halves canned pears Vi cup chopped nuts Vi tsp. vanilla flavoring Vi cup whipping cream \z tablespoon sugar Combine stiffly whipped cream, nuts, sugar and flavoring. Pile lightly into chilled pears. Makes 6 servings. GLAZED PEAR DUMPLINGS 6 small pears 2 cups silted all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder *•» teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons shortening 2-3 cup milk (approx.) 2 tablespoons melted table fat 2 tablespoons lemon juice '/» cup sugar 6 tablespoons raisins Vi teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup light brown sugar ^4 cup water 1 tablespoon table fat Vi teaspoon vanilla Peal and core pears. Sift flour,' baking powder and salt together.! Cut in 4 tablespoons shortening, i Stir in milk quickly to make; dough stiff enough to handle. i Turn into a jightly floured' board. Roll in recFangle about Vs inch thick. Cut in six squares. Place a pear in center of each square, Combine 2 tablespoons! melted fat, lemon juice, sugar, 1 raisins, salt and cinnamon. Fill center of pears with this mixture. Fold corners of dough to center of pear. Pinch edges of dough together. Place in a greased pan, about 7x12x2 inches. Heat brown sugar, water and 1 tablespoon fat together until sugar is dissolved. Add vanilla. Pour over pears. Bake at 400 degrees F. (moderately hot oven) about 35 to 40 minutes. Baste occasionally with syrup during baking. Serve warm with cream or whipped cream, j GLENDA BUSHNELL Tht engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Glenda Bushnell to Purrei Schultz of Sulphur is announced by her mother, Mrs. Lela Johnson Bushnell of West Lake- Mr. Schultz is the 6on of Mr. and Mrs. Carl M, Schultz of Sulphur. Tfc* wedding will lake plice this Saturday, Au- g«sij35, in Sulphur. LAST CHANCE// ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK INCLUDED! * WHITES * MULTIS * PA STELS SAVi MORE THAN * BONES * PRINTS Famous Nationally Advertised Brands Values to $26.99 NOW Values to $22.99 NOW Values to $18.99 NOW Values to $16.99 NOW $13,00 $11.00 $ 9,00 $ 8,00 Values to $14.99 NOW $ 7,00 Values to $12.99 NOW $ 6,00 SPECIAL. GROUP HANDBAGS Inrlun.hq All Mauj'"f,g Bo ••;•-. 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