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by Loretta V. Cowden
Assoc. Extensipn {\gent
Question: How should apricots
be prepared for freezing? :
Answer: Wash and pit ripe firin‘
apricots. Whole pitted apricots
have an almond like favor when
thawed. To prevent the halves
from discoloring add 1 1-2 tea
spoon lemon juice to each cup of
sugar syrup used to pour over the
prepared fruit. Fruit can be pack
ed in either wax or paper cartons
or tempered glass jars. A syrup of
1 cup sugar to l l-2 cups water
is about right for tree ripened
fruit. Boil and then chill syrup,
fill containers to within 1 -l-2 in
ches of top with syrup completely
covering apricots. We recommend
using a syrup on apricots rather
than freezing them with dry sugar
pack or unsweetened. You may
secure an Extension Bulletin
“Freezing ' Fruits and - Vegetables
by asking for it.
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spoon or sheet test on jelly?
Answer: When' fruit and sugar
mixture boils, dip a spoon into
the boiling jelly or jam. Hold the}
spoon over the kettle and let the
mixture pour slowly. If the last
of the mixture forms two heavy
drops that roll together on the
edge of the spoon to form a thin
sheet or flat tear the jelly stage
has been reached. By contrast it
the jelly stage isn’t reached, the
jelly will fall in two or three
large drops. '
Question: What causes jelly to
be syrupy. _ .
Answer: Usually this is due to
‘too much sugar, or lack of pectin
‘in over ripe fruit, or too long slow
cooking rather than a quick cook
ing.
Question: What sauses jelly to
“weep"? >
Answer: It may be due to either
storing in too warn a place, or
where the temperature fluctuates.
Another cause is too much acid
in proportion to the pectin present.
Many questions are asked each
week and we are glad to answer‘
them. The following are a few
of general interest that came in
this week. Anyone having ques
tions should contact the County
Extension Ofl‘iee. . ~
[ATTEND CONEEnENCE
The Christian Church has inter
mediates attending Intermednate
Conference at the Christian churCh
camp grounds on Liberty Lake.
Those in attendance are Elaine
Gregor, Kathryn Spurgeon, Mari—
lyn Marsh, Shirley Larkin and
Ruth Calvan. These young people
with those who attended the sen
ior high camp at Twin Lakes will
be in charge of the evening ser-‘
vice on July 27.
Humemakers'
' - Briefs "
By Loretta V. Cowden
Assoc. Extension Agent
Our lucious golden apricots are:
following the example set by
cherries and are ready for pre
serving early this year}. Your
Home Agent picked a Srnall crate
of Moreparks from Mrs. L. H.
Raymond’s trees-and sent them by
Air Mail to Panama. Not that I'm
trying to run competition with the
recent shipments of Kennewick
produce to Mexico City. I just
wanted to share part of this love
ly fruit with my family members
there.
Canning: Now that sugar is
available we can recommend
either, a heavy syrup of . 1 cup
sugar to 1 cup water or a medium
swap of 1 cup sugar to 1 1-2 cups
water. To measure the amount of
syrup needed; pack a jar of fruit,
fill with water to 1 inch of the top,
pour off water and measure it.
Above proportions makes 1 1-2
‘cups heavy .syrup and 2 cups med
ium syrup.
Canning apricots may be done
either by the open kettle method
or_ by cold packing the fruit. Open
kettle is slower than the cold pack
method and more apt to “mush"
the fruit. Secrets of open kettle
canning are to cook small amounts
at a time, covered with syrup;
cover pan until fruit starts to boil
and boil ten minutes. It is also
important to be sure jars are
thoroughly serilized and seal only
one jar at a time as it is filled.
_ To“ cold pack apricots pack the}
raw fruit after washing and pit-‘
ting, into clean jars to within
1-2 inch of the top. Cover to with
in 1 inch of'the top with syrup as
the fruit will shrink. Seal lids
according to , directions for lids.
Place filled jars on rack in water
bath that covers the jars. Bring
water to a boil and allow 20
minutes boiling time for quarts
and 18, minutes for pints. When
processing - time is up, remove
quickly, seal lids further if not
zelaifsealing type, and cool out of a
r t.
A pressure cooker may also be
used at -5 lbs. pressure, allow
-Img 10 minutes for quarts and
15 minutes fOr pints.
‘ Freezing apricots is a very sim
‘ple way to preserve them. A trick
to remember in freezing is to add
1- 1-2 teaspoons lemon juice to one
cup sugar syrup, which will pre
vent the halves- from darkaiing.
A sugar syrup of 1 cup sugar to
1 1-2 half cups water, boiled and
ichilled, and covering the apricot
.halves will give a better product
Ithan those frozen unsweetened or
packed with dry sugar. We also
freezing raspberries.
Lemon juice added to your ap
ricot jam at about 1 tablespoon
per cup of fruit wil keep the jam
from turning dark. Bulletins are
available on canning and freezing
from your, Extension Oflice. .
Now to change the subject. A‘
delegation of 4-H leaders repres-‘
enting each area in the county}
were guests of the Prosser Cham—‘
ber of Commerce last Tuesday-
Leaders chosen at the leaders}
council meeting were: Mr. Sam
Birdsell, Mr. Welland Sutten and
Mr. J. C. Conanster. Mr. W .G.‘
Switzer was chosen also, but were
unable to attend. Each Leader
gave a good report on the club
work in his community and sug
gested ways in which the Chamber(
of Commerce could assist the clubi
program. 1
The home agent accompanied
them to answer any questions in
the country-wide club program.
New bulletins just made avail-1
'able on handicraft which maybe,
of interest to women or youth
groups are: “How_to Make(Bhdl2
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SUN.” That’s what we
call this exciting slack
suit with the two-t One
jacket. It’s smart, it’s
sophisticated . . where
ever you go, it’ll make
fashion news. Choose
it today.
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Formerly Mona Monroe Shop,
KENNEWICK (WASH) COURIER-REWng
Jewelry”, How to Make a Brace
let of Coiled Wire", Plastic Belt
Weaving”, and “Linoleum Block
Printing.”
HOVER NOTES
' By Mrs. Human Wilcox
Phone news to Kennewick 12x9
before Wednesday
Shirley Carlton of Twin Falls,
Idaho, is visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carlton.
Nina Davis of Finley visited in
Hover Tuesday.
Mrs. Orval Butterfield and son
Darrel and 'Wallace Nelson drove
to ,Pendleton Tuesday.
Beverly Carlton and Abe
Montague returned home Sunday
evening from Camp Kiwanis at
‘Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Yager and
daughter Billie. Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Yeager, Wade Yeager, and Mr.
land Mrs. Harmon Wilcox and
family were visitors at the Bill
Nunn home Friday evening.
George Bafus returned Monday
after a week's vacation in Spo
kane.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ayers return
ed home Monday after having
been away since May 29th. After
attending State Grange at Port
iAngeles and Methodist Conference
and Masonic and Eastern Star
meetings in Tacoma they have
been for two weeks at Killarney,
a beautiful home of friends in the
mountains of Stevens county.
While gone they visited the Cole
family at Gig Harbor, formerly
of Finley and .the Nagel family
of Chewelah, formerly of Ring.
gold in Franknn county. They;
report cool weather all the time
which they enjoyed in their trail
er house.
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Prices Good Fri. and Set. July 18“: and "I'll " ..
’Locm. s'runm
L It was announced at Eastern
:Washington College. Cheney, this
‘week' that Robert H. Fletcher,
Kennewick, was named on the
Eastern Washington college spring
Fhonor roll. The Kennewick stu
>dent received his degree from the
college this spring.
ON VISIT ’
Norma Jean Liston is in Seat
tle visiting her sister, Mrs. C: H.
mm. She also attended the state
convention last week which was
hleld in Tacoma by the Christian
e um .
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Trucks, Power and Pull Graders.
Concrete mixef and Car.
Sealed bids will be received by
the Benton County Board of Com
missioners up to 10:00 am. July
28th, 1947, at their omce in the
County Court House. Prosser.
Washington, for W following
equipment to be disposed:
(l) 1935 1% ton, long wheel
base, Chevrolet truck at Benton
Cit!) W 9: - _- _ A _ _
(1) 1936 1,5 ton Chevrolet pick
up, at Benton City, Wn.
(l) Jase:- Cement Mixer, at
Benton City, Wash.
(1) Adams, 1930, Leaning
Wheel Pull Grader, at Benton
City, Wash.
(1) 1939 Dodge, 2 door sedan,
at MW!» ‘_Wash.___ 7- , -
(l) 1930 3 ton Kenworth truck
at Kennewick. Wash.
(1) 1937 No. 10 iDesel Patrol.
at Kennewick, Wash.
(1) 1940 Gallion Patrol, a‘t Ken
newick, Wash.
The County Commissioners ro
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Dated this 9th day of July. 1947
-—R. E. Wise. County Auditor
and a—omdo Clerk of the Board
of County Commissioners. 7 :17-24
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KENNEWICK BAKERY
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