The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 12, 1956, Page 7, Image 7

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    Whole World
U.N. Cookbook Has
Foods of All Nations
Statesman Wamaa'a Editor
As readers know, foreign recipes hold a great fascination for
me. They make interesting writing, good reading and offer new
ideas for the woman who cooka three meala a day.
New comet an interesting new book which should fill the bill
for those who like to fiddle around with foreign food. The book.
Favorable Reclpei from the United Nations, ia published by toe
United States Committee for the United Nations, a quasi-official,
non-profit organization which disseminates facts about the United
Nations and promotes observance of UN Day in the United States.
There are 170 authentic dishes in the book, from all countries
In the United Nations. Kxcept for a very few exceptions, the
leupes'were complied with the cooperation of the UN member,
nation. The recipes have been tested by the American Home Eco
nomics Association, so we know they work, and in cases where
the food items mentioned are unavailable in this country, the
editors have suggested substitutes.
And incidentally, there are two lovely inside-cover pages de
voted to authentic reproductions of all the 72 flags In color, an
education in itself. Prefacing each country's recipe, the editors
have given the area and population.
At random we find tfcese interesting recipes:
t cars fresh corn (or 2 cups ik teaspoon anise seed
kernels) 1 teaspoon flour
2 eggs V pound Swiss cheese
1 tablespoon fat
teaspoon chili powder
Scrape kernels from uncooked corn. Beat eggs and combine
with corn. Heat fat, add chili powder, anise seed and flour and
cook for one minute. Combine with corn and egg mixture and'
pour half mixture into well-oiled 1-quart casserole. Cover with
. thin slices of cheese, cover with remaining corn and make at 330
degrees for 1 hour. Yields four servings.
Iran offers an uncooked apple dessert that should especially
please young members of the family:
4 medium apples
2 teaspoons lemon juice 2 teaspoons roaewater
4 to tablespoons powdered 4 Ice cubes
Pare and grate apples, sprinkle each with lemon juice im
mediately to prevent discoloration, though some is not objection
able. Add augar and rosewater (which may be purchased at the
drug store). Stir slightly, add ice cubes, which chill the dessert
and dilute It. Serve in dessert dishes. Yield, 4 servings.
The United Nations Cookbook is available at United States
Committee for the United Nations office, 816 21st street, N.W.,
Washington, DC, and will soon be available at local bookstores.
My copy may be seen at the Statesman Office.
.odge Members Give Program
Plans were announced for the
)ctober 22 meeting at the Salem
Rcbekah Lodge business session
Monday night. Mrs. Fie Rotgams
of Alkmaar, Netherlands will be
the guest speaker at the October
meeting and the public is invited
to attend.
A program was presented fol
lowing the meeting with Mrs. Lu
cien LeCompte as chairman. Mrs.
Marjetta Anderson gave a reading,
Mrs. Raymond Palmer played the
vibrachnrd and Mrs. Paul Heath
gave a demonstration on fall flower
, arrangements. The lodge officers
; served refreshments following the
! program.
i The Three Links Club will meet
Friday at the hall and the F. L.
Club meets Thursday night at the
home of Pat Schroyer. The lodge
received an invitation from the
i Silverton I,odge to see a film on
United National at their Septem
ber 13 meeting.
Regular meeting al Salem Unit
1W. American Legion Auxiliary
; will be held Thursday night at the
i Kingwood Legion Hall at 8 p.m.
Recipe Melange
tl Mhgunn 1
This new cookbook features recipes from member nations In
the United Nations, and was published by the United States
Committee for the United Nations. It will toon bt available
at local bookstores.
Mrs. Kaplan
Feted at
Mrs. Robert Kaplan was t h e
guest of honor at a shower for
which Mrs. Everett Odle was host
ess at her West Rural Avenue
home. Mrs. Kaplan is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lien
and is residing in Los Angeles,
where her husband is attending
the University of Southern Cali
A late dessert supper was served
following the shower.
Honoring Mrs. Kaplan were
Mrs. Dora Niederbaumer, Miss
Linda Holsing, Mrs. A. A. Hols
cher, Mrs. Gerald Holsing, Mrs.
Don Cades, Mrs. W. A. Murdock,
Mrs. C. F. Patton, M's. W. Jos
lin, Mrs. H. Burington. Mrs. Vin
cent Neal, Mrs. Russell Anderson,
Mrs. Melvin Lien, Mrs. R. D.
Berryhill, Mrs. Lauren Kuebler,
Mrs. H. C. Berryhill, Mrs. A. Hed
strom, Mrs. Everett Visto, Mrs.
Fred Lien and the hostess.
Attending tae first fall meetlag
of the Swegle Woman's club the
past week at the home of Mrs.
Clifford Yost were Mrs. John Olt
hoff, Mrs. Earl Rowland. Mrs.
Ralph Hein, Mrs Carl Heutzen
roeder, Mrs. Albert Patz, Mrs. Ho
mer Conklin, Mrs. Menno Dalke
and the hostess.
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Family Dinner
Follows Service
Dianna Kim Bladorn, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bladorn
was dedicated during the morning
services Sunda at the Calvary
Baptist Church by Dr. W. Berk
ley Ormond. A family dinner was
held at the Bladorn home follow
ing the service.
The little girl's grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Dermis Howar'h
of Salem and Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Tweedie of Wecoma Beach. Great
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. LeBlanc of Salem, Mrs. Wil
liam A. Bladorn of Newberf, and
Mrs. Zella Harriott of Walla
Walla. Wash. There is also a sis
ter, Daylene Kay Bladorn.
Modern Etiquette
By Roberta Lee
Q. It it always proper to ask
for the privilege of using a per
son's name for reference?
A. Yes, when possible. If you
have not had time to ask for the
privilege first, you should inform
that friend as soon as possible
that you "have taken the liberty
of using his name," and that,
"you hope it is quite all right with
Q. Is it proper to have the ring
of the bridgegroom engraved with
initials, if the marriage is to be
a double-ring ceremony?
A. This is perfectly proper.
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YWCA Dinner
Meeting Set -For
First fall meeting of the YWCA
board was held Tuesday with Tues
day, October I announced as the
date for the annual dinner meet
ing of the YW. Mrs. Ruskln Blatch
ford has been named general chair
man of the dinner.
New staff members introduced
at the meeting included Mrs. Caro
lyn' Cocking, young adult and
health education director; Miss
Carolyn Anderson, teen-age direc
tor; Mrs. Oscar I. Paulson Jr.,
office personnel: and Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Nohlte, maintenance residents.
Otto Wilson showed the new
United Fund film, which has just
been released giving a detailed ac
count of how the money is divided.
Recipes for Y S Cooking, volume
2, are now being tested and the
books will be ready for . distribu
tion for Christmas gifts on Decem
ber 1. Mrs. Donald Rasmuasen,
vice-president of the YWCA board,
reported on the workshop she at
tended at Pacific Grove, Calif., at
the Asilomar conference (rounds.
Awards Given
To Bethel
Miss Pattl Claggett, honored
queen, presided at the meeting
Monday evening of Bethel 43, Or
der of Job's Daughters.
Honored and escorted were the
following past honored queens of
Bethel 43: Nancy Snider, Karen
Thomas and Vicki Ward; also Pa
tricia Whelan, junior past honored
queen of Bethel 43, Barbara Mor
ris, honored queen of the UD
bethel, and Sue Zwicker, Grand
Bethel recorder.
Majority degrees were awarded
to the Misses Ann Berger, PricUla
Payne and Shirley McCauley.
Plans were discussed for the
candy sale, with Judy Mogster as
general chairman, and for an over
night trip for the bethel officers.
Parents' night will be pancake sup
per. The following merit awards were
given: bronze award. Jam Baker,
Joan Hueneke, Sue Sickler and Pa
tricia Worral; silver awards, Shar
on Cushing, Judy Daggett, Linda
Dodge, Judy Fortmiller, Julie Mel-
zer and Joan Culbertsonu gold
awards, Mary Clark, Sharon El
bert, Judy Erickson and Kolette
Mr. aad Mrs. E. N. HU1. who
have resided at 1425 Saginaw St.
for a number of years, have
moved to Klamath Falls to make
their home. Mr. Hill will be fore
man at the State Highway Shops
in the Southern Oregon city.
First Place Winners
Winning first place In the senior
bridge tournament at the Knights
of Columbus Bridge Club Thurs
day were Mra. D. Huff and Val
Sloper and Al Cramer and Cyril
Meusey. Tieing for second place
North-South in the eight table
bridge tournament were Mrs. John
Shoemaker and Mrs. T. B. Watson
and Mrs. George P. Haley and
Loraine Meusey. Second and third
place winners East-West were
Mrs. Martha Harrington and Mrs,
Paul Van de Velde and Mr. and
Mra. Carl Charnholm.
New Glass for
Volunteers at
A new class for women volunteer
workers at the Oregon State Hos
pital will be trained by the hospi
tal in October under the sponsor
ship of the Rehabilitation commit
tee of Salem, United Church
The class of church women which
trained last November worked dur
ing the winter and spring months
on Tuesday and Friday afternoons,
each woman giving one afternoon
a week. The program has contin
ued through the summer months
with one day of service a week on
With the training of a new class
it is expected that the work will
again be carried on both Tues
days and-Fridays, each volunteer
choosing the more convenient day.
The previous class of volunteers,
following the six training sessions
given at the hospital in November,
concentrated with helping- with
Christmas packages, a much need
ed service at. this time of yesr.
Immediately after the first of the
year work was begun with assist
ing in recreational activities on the
wards, particularly the woman's
admission ward. Parties on special
occasions have been high points
in this project.
To expand this work, or even
keep it at its present level, a new
class must be trained this fall.
This work is open to all Salem
women regardless of church affili
ation. To volunteer, or for further par
ticulars, interested women may
call Mrs. Robert Gangware or Mrs.
C. W. Stacey.
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Sew-easy Jumper and companion
blouse fashions that double her
back to school wardrobe! Make
several combinations for every day
In wool, winter-cotton, bright
corduroy. Let the Jumper solo as
a party dress, too, in velveteen 1
. Pattern 4763: r Girls' -Sixes I.
g. 10 12. 14. Size 10 Jumper takes
J yards 39-Inch fabric; blouse
takes 1 yards fabric.
Thla nmHmn aanv tit n ' aim-
pie to sew, is tested for fit. Has
complete illustrated instructions.
Send THIftTY-rm cmts In coins
tor this patten add S tcnta tor
ach pattern tor lit-clas mailing.
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Statesman, 407. Pattern Dept. 41
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Statesman, Salem, Ore, Wed., Sept, 12, '56 (Sec, I7
Pottorff Reunion
The Pottorff clan held its' sec
ond reunion at the Royal Neighbors
Hall In Silverton on Sunday. Rela
tives came from California, Bend
and Boring. A picnie dinner was
served to members of the fam
ily. The 19S7 meeting will be held
on August 23.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. T.
G. Becker, Bend. Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Gerklng, Bend, Mr, and Mrs.
Frank Shepherd and Naomi, Scotta
Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lomai
and sons. Junction City, Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Eymaa, Boring, Mrs.
wednesday. sept. 12
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Genuine Spaldings
THE favorite
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So Well . . . Sun on
Campuses Throyghout
Held in Silverton
Lela Shepherd, Silverton, Miss
Florence Pottorff, Sublimity, Mr.
and Mrs, Lowell King, Salem, Mr,
and Mrs. Charles Heater, Sublim
ity. Mr. and Mrs. S. Shepherd, Sil
verton, Mrs. Glen Morley and
children. Sublimity, James Robin
son, Silverton, Mr, and Mrs. Neal
Wolf, Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Johnson, Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Vir
gil Anderson, Stanford University,
Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Ander
son and Sonja, Salem, Mrs. Esther
Hansen, Junction City, and Mrs.
Jeanette Gasica and Mark el Vo
Angeles. " . '
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