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For Mothers Day
By CLEMENTINE PADDLEFORD This Vos* Food Editor
Every day should be Mother’s Day to
my way of thinking. But only one day
has been set aside for something special,
so let’s do it extra well. (A day for Moth
er was centuries old before Anna Jarvis
came along in 1908 to make it official.)
A gift day it has been from the very
beginning. The first gift was a waffle.
Later, in England, the simnel cake.
Always it has been something to eat,
otherwise flowers, until recent years when
stockings and nightgowns, even dish
washers, got in on the show. But candy
remains one of the sweetest gifts of all.
This year 1 have a sentimental idea.
Surprise her with candy, the kind Mama
and Grandma knew when they were
belles of the ball. And make it yourself.
Pack the candy in layers by kinds, label
the layers by name, giving the date when
each particular sweet had its heyday.
Hand-decorate the box in a maze of lace,
hearts and flowers.
Quite by accident 1 found these
museum-piece recipes given here. As 1
was skimming along the Newbury Turn
pike just beyond Boston heading toward
Maine. I saw a long, low building fenced
in with striped candy canes. White
tables on the lawn flaunted red umbrel
las. A five-foot sign read, “The Candy
Fair, Come In And Sample.” Sample is
my middle name; with a screech of
brakes and a turn I was in a huge park
ing lot. Continued on page 38
THIS WICK Mogotin* April 2S. 1937
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