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Thursday, April 25, 1940 IN I)IAN VAI,I,EY RECORD CHOCOLATE UPSIDE-DOWN CAKE AN UNUSUAL DESSERT (See Recipes Below) Spring Menus ~ tins or corn stick pans. Bake in ---- a hot oven (425 degrees) for 25 min- Planning meals can be fun, if utes. | ~tl'll let your imagination and your Steak Roll , | ~0ascience be your .guides! Meal (Serves 6) I l~la~ning does require imagination 1 slice round steak ( inch thick) 2 tablespoons butter | ~d a bit of originality, too, if you lb. ham (ground) | ~a't want the responsibility of three 'A cup thin cream ~eals a day to be t bore, and three [~)~,~ 1 tablespoon prepared mustard raeals a day with- ,~ ~,Salt and pepper ~t that touch of ~) ~ V4 cup bread flour ~ornething" dif-~ ~ 1 cup canned tomatoes ~rent can be bor- [~ ~)t ~A2~ .j Wipe steak with damp cloth. Melt t~g~to you as [ ~ ((,~'~-[~ butter in frying pan and brush over Well as to your (~'J [ ~ ~ one side of steak. Mix together the larnilyl A meal )'-'~ "~ ~[,'~ ground ham, cream, and mustard, ~ay be properly ~(~-~::~ -x~ and spread over buttered side of steak. Roll like a jelly roll and "ad earefullyY ~ ~aalanced" from the stantlpoint of secure with skewers or string. Sprin- [r.0teins and carbohydrates and vita- kle roll with salt and dredge with ~las and minerals--and still be a flour. Saute in remaining butter un- ~ab and uninteresting affair, til golden brown. Remove roll to That seems to be particularly true baking dish. Add tomatoes to fat spring, when appetites are likely in skillet and heat to boiling. Pour be jaded, and you seem to be this tomato mixture over the roll; anipg out of menu ideas. And ~at's exactly the time to try some- Ling different, a little trick to add ~eWness and interest to soups; a aaty and unusual meat dish; and a Mad or dessert that makes use of cover with a lid and bake in a rood- :most straight. The plain front of erately hot oven (350 degrees) for : the bodice continues the line of 1~ t~ la~ hours, or until tender, ithe skirt panel, to give a length- Chilled Rhubarb Dessert. !ening effect. The shoulders are For an extra-special fruit dessert squared out, but not gathered, try the following: To one pound of and the fullness under the shoul- ~e of the refreshing spring vege- ables and fruits. Just for variety, for instance, when Want to serve hot soup as the first ~0Urse of a meal. I combine equal *arts of canned consomme and to- aato juice, simmer the resulting ~lXture for about 5 minutes with a I~y leaf for flavor and serve it ~ery hot with a spoonful of salted ~hipped cream sprinkled with ihopped chives or green onion tops. t~d I serve green onions and crisp, ~t~CCulent radishes in place of the relishes I've used all winter. I use .tht~barb for sauce or for dessert, flat as soon as the price comes down Hthin reach of my budget; I shred ~tmg carrots, or cut them in thin livers, and cook them with an equal ~ount of onion, sliced fine; drain lain and season with salt, pepper ~d butter. Or I cook carrots and ~tatoes together and mash them 1st as I would for mashed potatoes, serve with the rich brown gravy a pot roast. Iiere are three spring menus that like. --and you can wear the dress merely with its self collar, if you like. A classic style like this makes up nicely in such street materials as spun rayon or flat crepe, and in linen or chambray to wear around tt~e house. It's one of those comfortable patterns that you'll repeat many times. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1905-B is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50 and 52. Size 38 re- quires 4% yards of 39-inch mate- rial; % yard contrasting. Send or- der to: SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. 149 New Montgomery Ave. San Francisco Calif. Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pattern No Size Nalne Address Scented Divorce In 1700 an act was passed by parliament which laid down that any woman, whatever her age and whether she be married, single or ] Strange Facts[ I I Stimying Annoyers I ; I Expensive Checking With the aid of microscopes, microtomes, chemicals and spe- cial lights, a New York scientist i who specializes in the detection of frauds in furs has discovered sev- eral counterfeit coats that have been passed as genuine by other fur experts. He can identify the species of animal, the part of the world in which it lived and the season when it was killed by mag- nifying to 800 diameters one of its hairs and a piece of its skin about the size of a pinhead. {E The telephone numbers used in stage plays, movie scenarios and radio scripts are fictitious and cannot be called. They are given to writers by the telephone com- panies to prevent curious callers from annoying subscribers. The men who are engaged daily in cleaning London's 240 Gems of Thought IS NOT prayer a study of truth, a sally of the soul into Menu No. 1. Corned Beef Hash Patties Spring Vegetable Salad Hot Corn Bread Rhubarb Dessert Menu No. 2. Steak Roll (~ ~ashed Potatoes and Carrots abbage and Green Pepper Salad Hot Rolls Chocolate Upside-Down Cake Menu No. 3. Economy Bridge Menu ~ .~ Porcupine Meat ans /~ ,~)(-L'~L Potatoes au Gra- tin t~-'~ y/~} Grilled Mush- Y~)~ $ V rooms & |" ~F~I.-~ Nut Bread v~"~1' "~-- Plum Jelly Mixed Green Salad Rhubarb Tarts Corned Beef Hash Patties. 1 16-ounce can corned beef hash cup chili sauce slices bacon (cut in halves} t Place can of corned beef hash i~ ~)~trigerator and chill thoroughly. hl~en can at both ends, Push corned ~eef hash out of can, slicing it in ~'inch slices. Place slices in but. ~red baking pan, Place 2 teaspoons ~hllt of each slice and sauce on top tl~ with two half slices of bacon. ake in a moderately hot oven (400 .~grees )for 10 minutes or until ~ l~ed beef hash slices are thor, ~ghly heated and bacon is crisp. Johnny Cake or Corn Bread. (Makes 1 Johnny Cake) or (1~ Corn Meal Muffins) 1~ cups yellow for white) corn meal (uncooked) cup general purpose flour P* cup sugar teaspoon salt ~/( teaspoon soda I~ teaspoons baking powder 1 egg ~/~ cups sour milk tablespoons butter (melted) ,~lx and sift dry ingredients into ""~ing bowl. Combine beaten egg, ~Our milk and melted butter and add dry mixture. Stir lightly and ~Ot~r into greased shallow pan, muf- public statues require three.years to learn the job because, among other things, they have to be able to answer any questions about the history of the statues put to them by passers-by. a Widow, who by tim use of per- fume, cosmetics, paint, false ~ Complete, detailed audits of teeth, wigs, iron corsets, padded the books and other records of bust and hips, or ' high-heeled companieswith extensive branches shoes, inveigles a male subject are rarely ever undertaken, be- of his majesty into marriage, shall cause of the work and expense. be guilty of having broken the law For example one recent exami- which prohibits the practicing of nation of a large corporation's ac- witchcraft and other arts of black counts, although it was far from magic, and any such marriage thorough, cost nearly $300,000.-- will be counted for null and void. Collier's. The Questions 5. Moonglades. 6. It is believed to be Oraibi, Ariz an Indian village in exist- 1. What ofl~cial of a nationalonce since 1370. political convention is called the 7. The weather bureau says it , keynoter? 2. What First Lady was re- has no record of true rain falling rhubarb (cut In %-inch pieces; add tier yoko takes care of correct fit 1 cup sugar, V~ cup orange juice and over the bust. 1 tablespoon grated orange rind and A smart double-collar effect cook in a double boiler 30 minutes finishes the deep v of the neckline or until tender. Serve cold. Rhubarb Cream Tarts. 1 tablespoon butter !:Stranger Was Quick to 2 cups rhubarb (diced) I - i 1Va cups sugar Acknowledge lntroduct on 2 tablespoons cornstarch i The clergyman in a wayside 2 eggs (separated) 1/4 cup thick sweet cream church out of London was about % teaspoon salt to start his sermon when three Melt butter, add rhubarb, and 1 strangers entered. cup of the sugar. Cook slowly for' They were late and very con- about 10 minutes scious of it. One of them found ,~;~ or until the rhu- a seat nearthe door, but the ~l ]?/ barb is soft. Com- other two had to walk further up. ~ .~,~ bine remainingi At that moment the preacher [ ]'~,~.~A~ fourth-cup of aug-was finishing the announcement ~t2~ ~, ~:-'~ ar with the corn- of his text: "--and Paul I know, "~( ~ ~2~z~-~ starch, the well but who are ye?" ~,~v~--r~ ~"beaten egg yolks, I The young men paused for a cream and salt, moment, looked beWildered, then Add to fruit mixture and" cook until one oi them spoke up. "Glad to thick (about 3 minutes). Pour into have the pleasure, Reverence," he baked tart shells. Top with meringue said. "This is Harry MacTavish made from the 2 egg whites, beaten from Edinburgh, and I'm James stiff, with 4 tablespoons sugar beat- MacPherson, from Edinburgh, too. ferred to as "Lemonade Lucy"? 3. Is the bark of the dog natural or a development? 4. Is rite Finnish language a Scandinavian tongue? from a clear sky. 8. The subtrahend. 9. Authorities state that dupli- cates are never found. 10. No; there is no English gov- ernment today, and there has not 5. What are the reflections on water made by moonlight called? 6. What is the oldest continuous- ly inhabited community in the United St~ites? 7. Is it possible to have rain sky?When there" are no clouds m" the 8. In subtraction, what is the number to be subtracted called? 9. Are snowflakes ever found to be of the same pattern? 10. Is it correct to say the Eng- lish government? The Answers I. The temporary chairman. 2. Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes, who substituted lemonade for wines at the White House. 3. The bark is an artificial de- velopment. After becoming domes- ticated dogs began barking. 4. No, it is more directly related to Japanese, Turkish and Mongo- lian. been since 1707 when the English and Scottish parliaments dis- solved and ~merged as one, name- ly the British parliament. I love the nice. { round world so much.] It me trees I movnt ln hi,fi laudnever stoppin9 I I or I lit ( h I i rid'n I ! WNU Service. the unfound infinite?--No man ever prayed heartily without learning something.--Emerson. Now happiness consists in activity; such is the constitu- tion of our nature; it is a run- ning stream, and not a stag- nant pool.--Good. You cannot escape necessi- ties; you can conquer them.-- Seneca. ,4 heart that never hardens, a tern- en in. Bake in a slow oven (300 de- grees) until brown (about 18 rain. utes), Chocolate Upside-Down Cake. ll/z cups cake flour % cup grantdated sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder V4 teaspoon salt 1 sq. bitter chocolate (1 oz.) 2 tablespoons butter cup milk 1 t~aspoon vanilla extract 15 ImlM AND Rl~t says John Kessler--20 years roiling Prince Albert! per that nerer tires, attd a tauch that never hurts.--Charles Dickens. n ii Ib recent laborotory smoldng bowl te411b Prlnse AJbert Imml