For Hot Days
1 egg white, % cup
sugar, 2 lemons (% cup juice), 2
oranges (1 cup juice), 1 pint ginger
ale. Beat egg white until foamy, add
sugar gradually and beat until stiff
and glossy. Juice oranges and lem
ons, remove seeds but not bits of
pulp. Add juices to beaten egg white
and shake or beat to mix thoroughly.
Add chilled ginger ale and serve at
• • •
Pineapple cooler: Put 1 cup chilled
pineapple juice, 1 tablespoon lemon
juice, pinch salt and 2 large scoops
vanilla ice cream into mixing bowl.
Beat until ice cream is partly melted.
Serve at once.
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Chocolate stock syrup: 5 squares
unsweetened chocolate, 2 cups boil
ing water, 1% cups sugar, % cup
light corn syrup, % teaspoon salt.
Melt chocolate over hot water. Add
boiling water and cook over low
heat, stirring constantly until smooth
and thick. Add sugar, corn syrup and
salt. Cook all briskly for 2 or 3 min
utes, stirring. Cool. Pour into glass
jar. There should be 2% cups, if
less add boiling water to that
amount. Cool, cover and store in re
frigerator. This syrup may be used
for hot or iced drink or as chocolate
sauce on ice cream. When so used,
beat in a little butter,
* • •
Chocolate malted milk: % cup
cold chocolate syrup, V* cup malted
milk powder, 2 cups chilled milk, 1
large scoop vanilla or chocolate ice
cream and pinch of salt. Shake or
beat until well mixed and frothy.
• * *
Fruit buttermilk: cups canned
fruit juice, sugar to taste, 3 cups
chilled buttermilk. Combine all and
stir until sugar is dissolved. Chill.
A little lemon juice peps up the
flavor if fruit juice is too bland.
» • •
Egg punch: 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons
sugar, juice of 1 lemon, IVz cups (12
oz.) apricot nectar, pineapple juice or
orange juice (or a combination of
these), ice, 1 pint ginger ale. Beat
eggs and sugar until thick and lemon
colored. Add fruit juice and beat un
til well blended. PouT over crushed
ice or ice cubes. Add ginger ale just
• • •
Golden ice cubes: Combine 1 cup
fresh orange juice, 1 cup fresh lemon
juice, 1 cup corn syrup, 2 cups cold
water. Pour into refrigerator tray
(keeping ice cube partition in tray)
and freeze. Use as ice cubes for party
• • •
Glamor glasses: Frost the rims of
glasses by putting fresh lemon juice
in a saucer about % inch deep. Sift
powdered sugar inch deep on plate
or waxed paper. Dip rim of glass in
juice, then powdered sugar. Chill,
right side up, until sugar is set.
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Iced tea garnish: Fill ice cube
tray % full of water. Into each cube
put % or Vi slices of orange and
lemon and a sprig of mint, and
freeze. Fill with water and finish
* • •
New Iwisl: Fill ice tray % full of
water and put twist of lemon peel in
each compartment. Freeze decora
tion in place, then fill tray with wa
ter and finish freezing.
• • •
Flavored ice; To prevent "water
ing down" of tall summer drinks,
make ice cubes of fresh lemonade or
22—July 1, 1951
orangeade. Add to drink of same
flavor or contrast with another
flavor, as in ice tea.
Family Life Meet
To Be July 15-21
PARENTS, TEACHERS, college
students and other people interested
in family life and young people are
invited to attend the Family Life
Education conference to be held at
Montana State college in Bozeman,
July 15 to 21.
Visiting specialists who will speak
at fhe conference are Mrs. Lydia Ann
Lynde, parent education specialist
with the U. S. department of agricul
ture, and Dr. C. Jay Skidmore, as
sistant professor in charge of family
life courses at Utah State college.
The conference opens Sunday eve
ning, July 15, with a short get-ac
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One or two evening meetings will
be held when special topics such sa
religion, recreation and the mental
health aspect of family living are
discussed. In addition to the talks
and discussions, guided observations
of children in the college nursery
school and on the city playgrounds
will be held. Several films on family
living and a wide variety of reading
material wiU be available for those
who are interested.
Parents of preschool age children
may take them to the conference.
Arrangements are being made to care
for children of conference partici
pants at the college nursery school
for a minimum charge.
Registration for the conference is
$2 and housing in the college quad
rangle will be available for $1 a
From Our Readers
AN ATTRACTIVE way to brighten
up a salad is to add a tiny bit of
cake coloring to the salad dressing.
This makes a pretty salad, it does
not impair the taste. Any desirable
coloring can be* used as befits the
occasion.— Mrs. R. G., Yellowstone
• • •
I see a request for a good way to
cook carrots. We like them peeled
and cooked same as you do potatoes,
then mash and season with salt,
butter and cream just as you do
your mashed potatoes. Another way
is Vs onions to % carrots, cut in 1
inch lengths. Cut onions unless they
are small. Season with salt, % cup
cream and 2 teaspoons flour or corn
starch, depends on how many you
have to cook for as to the cream and
flour you use.— Mrs. A. I„ Golden
WA er and ^bauÿhter < 2 )
Below. Hoc. 8693 and 8994—Fitted dr caw
with puffed sleeves in the adorable mother
and daughter fashion. 8693 is for size 10, 13,
14, 1«, 18, 26. Size 12, 4$4 yards of 39-ineh.
8694 comes in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Sh»
4, 2V4 yards ot 39-inch material. Two separata
too a • •
I. \ 8694
Above, No. 8680
Junior yoked dress.
Sizes H, 12, 13, 14, 16
and 18. Size 12, 3
yards of 39-inch ma
terial; Vt yard con
Right. No. 8716—A handsome dress
to wear all the day long—and the
simplest sewing for the beginner.
Sizes 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44, 46, 48.
Size 16, 3% yards of 39-inch material.
Below, No. 8720 — Beloved classic
for women—softened ' with scallops
on collar, sleeves and closing. Sizes
36, 38, 40. 42, 4
38, 4 Vi yards of
46. 48, 50. 52. Size
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Right, No. 8702 —A stunning two-piecer that
comes in -half sizes to flatter the slightly
shorter figure. Size 14Vè, 16Vè, 18Vi, 26 Và.
22Vé and 24Vè. Size 16Vâ, short sleeve, 4%
yards of 39-inch material.
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