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The Spokane woman. (Spokane, Wash.) 1921-1935, September 23, 1926, Image 15

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Thursday, September 23, 1926
COLD STORAGE PEACH EXPERI
MENT AT W.S. C. IS SUCCESS
Peaches which have been in cold storage for more than a month under an
experiment being conducted by the State College of Washington horticulture
department, are still in perfect eating condition and indications are that they
will keep considerably longer.
This experiment proves that peaches can be allowed to ripen on the trees,
and if they are cooled immediately upon picking and handled in cold storage,
will have a much superior flavor to those which are picked under-ripe and
allowed to ripen during handling. Since the peach increases in size until of
good color, allowing the fruit to ripen on the tree would increase production.
The same has been found true of
plums under similar experiments con
ducted by the college,
The fruits kept about 20 days in
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basement storage at about 60 degrees
temperature,
Members of the horticulture depart
ment of the college will issue a bul
letin giving the results of the experi
ment in detail, which will be available
to fruit growers later in the year.
One of the most artistic and unus
ual of salads made in the following
manner: On a bed of crisp lettuce
leaves is placed a slice of Hawaiian
pineapple, and around the pineapple,
stoned cherries which have been cut
in halves are arranged, the circle com
pletely surrounding the outer edge of
the fruit. A cream cheese which has
been mixed with one tablespoon of
heavy cream and colored with a small
amount of green vegetable coloring,
is formed into small balls and sprin
kled with finely chopped pistachio
nuts. One of these balls is placed in
the center of each slice of pineapple.
An apropriate dressing for this salad
is made of eream mayonnaise mixed
with chopped pistackio nuts.
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wide mouth,
“I see I'd better talk straight to you,
Miss Merriman,” he said. “What do
vou know about this business down
stairs?”
“Nothing."”
“l see!” Hurd accepted the reply
as though it were exactly the one
he wanted. “Then you will be inter
ested in hearing my version of what
happened, won't you?"
“l might be,” Sabina admitted.
“You don’t seem to be exactly over
joyed at the prospect,” he commented
dryly.
“My step-father is writing in the
next room and he doesn’t like to be
disturbed. He doesn’t like us to talk,
even, when he is working. It makes
him-—nervous!”
“And when he gets nervous I can
understand that it wouldnt be very
pleasant for the man that started that
racket!” Hurd’'s slow voice was low
ered understandingly. “Do you know,
Miss Merriman, 1 expected him to
pack up and leave as soon as he
could get out, after this thing oc
curred.”
“I did too,” Sabina confessed. “He
was so upset when old Mr. Grant
threatened to hire a detective to find
the key, he said he was going to leave
the minute the man stepped foot in
the house! I think he meant it, too!
Then when this awful thing happened,
mother and I begged him to move, but
he wouldn’t hear of it! Mother is al
most sick in bed over it! But An
thony won't budge! Mother says it is
because he is deep in this new novel
of his, but I don’t know! I never
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could understand him.”
“All writers are freaky,” Hurd ex
pounded heavily. “l guess your moth
er has the right dope. He's busy writ
ing.”
“I suppose 80,” sighed the girl, “but
it is killing mother!”
“Taine Grant tells me that he had
no influence with his uncle when once
his brother Ethan got to talking to
him.” The remark came so quickly
that Sabina was taken unawares.
“Ethan could figure out a way to
make a stone image do his bidding!”
she cried. “Taine couldn’'t hope to
cope with such a man!”
“For example, if Taine did get the
old man to sign a will in his favor,
Ethan would have persuaded him out
of it the next day!”
“But Taine didn’t get him to will
him his money! Old Mr. Grant was
angry at Ethan!”
“Ethan tells me it was just a mo
mentary disagreement!” Hurd ex
plained. “And 1 think it was, too!
Taine certainly never lost a moment,
though—"
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“Stop!” Sabina jumped to her feet,
caution forgotten, “l won't listen to
such nonsense!”
(To Be Continued)
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