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    June 8, 1042
HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
PAGE SEVEN
DREGON FARM
PRODUCTS GO
ACROSS SEAS
Nutrition Council Finds
New Sugar-Less Recipes
Amtrlci'i allies ro looking to
this nnllon for food a wull as
amis, InukK and plaints, mid pro
ducli tvmn OrcKon farms uro
helping In tha battle Btiolnnl ok
iresslnn all ovor the Klobe, tha
state UHDA war board rnporls.
Tho American eaulo lyinbol
rocrnlly aonpltil na tha U, H
"trademark" la (lylnu ovor loiul
lnaso ihlpmonta of Oroiion
cheese, dried and condmsed
nillk, and W to toed the flalil
inn forcoa of the Unltml Na
tlona. Itccaune dairy and pmil
try products are this stata'a must
Important coniriomiona iu mmi
Irate needa, the state war board
jka farmers to make every of-J
Qrl to meet production uoals
established for these commod
ities. Orogon'l ahnre of tha 1042 na
tional dairy production goal haa
been aet nt l.nOO.uoo.OOO a bil
lion arid a halt pounda of milk.
Mooting till voul will requlro
an 11 per cunt Increaso ovor
laat year's production. In the
farm doionao plan canvass laat
fall, Oregon larmera Indicated
that this goal could bo attained.
Although thure uro 3 per cent
moro milk cowa on Oregon
tarma this year, a war board
urvey ahows that milk produc
tion ao far thla year la lagging
coualdorably ' abort of tho goal.
Poor early pasture condltiona
art aeon aa mainly reaponslblo
for tho lug lu pruducuon. To
overcome thla, larmera aro ad-
Oicd to feed heavier and give
clr cowa bettor care, In moat
areas, prices aro favorublo to
hravlcr feeding, the war bourd
points out. Tho OSC extension
service haa Issued four new brief
bulletins to aid dairy farmers
with their production problems
Tha government's policy on
purchasing dairy products has
In reviewing tha sugar short-
ago problem, tha Klamath oounty
nutrition council has unoarlhtd
not only many sugar-lesa raclpoa,
but thcao pertinent facta about
augur conaiunptlon In America.
Tho lenguo of nations' report
on nutrition ahows that In 1020
20 the average amount of sugar
consumed In the United States
was moro than twice aa high aa
tho uveraga for 10 European
countries. '
The bureau of home econom
ics hna bean experimenting with
tho use of maple auger and maple
syrup, sorghum syrup, corn
syrup, honey and molasses in Its
standard recipes. Tho latest ex
periments, those with corn syrup,
have shown that 25 per cent
reduction In sugar may be made
through tho substitution of corn
syrup or dextrose In preserving,
cunning and muklug Jnms and
Jollies, These substitutes may
also be used as the only iwcut
cnlng In bovoragca, puddlnga,
custards and sauco. If tho reci
pe colls for halt a cup of sugur,
use one-hnlf cup of corn syrup
and reduce tho other liquid by
one-fourth.
In tho summer months, use
crushed fruit, either In whipped
crenm or plain, for a dessert, In
tho winter, stewed fruits moy be
used. Or use this victory Icing:
Heat threouarters of a cup
of light corn syrup, just until It
bolls. Pour a little at a time Into
two stiffly beaten egg whites,
hunting constantly. When all tha
syrup Is In, beat until the con
sistency of frosting. Add one
half teaspoon of orange extract.
Other defonsa desserts are:
Bread Pudding with Dates
4 slices of bread
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup scalded milk
i tsp salt
not chniiKcd, the war board re
ports. Since January 1, the Ag
ricultural Marketing administra
tion has been buying an average
of ono million cases of con
densed milk, nine million pounds
of cheese end five million pounds
of dry skim milk every week.
I egg
8 pitted dates halved
II tablospoons butter
t teaspoon maple flavoring
Break bread Into a bowl and
sprinkle sugar ovor It, Cover
with hot milk for ten minutes.
Heat with fork until mixture Is
smooth, Break egg Into mixture
and beat. Add salt, flavoring,
and dutes, Put In buttored bak
ing dish and dot with buttor,
Dnke In a moderate oven from
49 minutes to ono hour,
Honey Pears
9 fresh penrs
1 cup honey or llht corn sy
rup. i cup chopped nuts
I cup seedless raisins
Peel, halve, and core poors
Arrnnga In a baking dish with
cut sldu up. Kill cavities with
nuts and raisins. Pour the hon
ey or corn syrup over them.
Iluke In a modi-rule oven until
tender, Canned pears may be
substituted for tha fresh ones
and baked In their own Julcu In
stead of honey or corn syrup,
Banana and Strawberry
Cream Tart
2 tablespoons sugar
I teaspoon vanilla
Cup whipping cream
1 rlpu hamina
1 cup sliced, ripe strawberries
0 whole strawberries
6 tart shells baked
6 tablespoons shredded cocoa,
nut.
Fold suaar and yanjllg Into
whipped cream. Slice- banana
Into tart shells and add sliced
strawberries. Covor with whip
ped cream. Garnish with cocoa
nut and berries.
, Crisp Chocolate Cookies
1 pound seml-swcct chocolate
2 cups crisp prepared cereal
Melt chocolate over hot water.
Add cereal and stir until blend
cd. Drop spoonfuls on buttored
sheet, and allow to stand until
set.
Custard Pie
1 roclpe pastry
4 eggs slightly boaton
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar
1-3 cup dark corn syrup
It teaspoons vanilla
I teaspoon nutmeg
8 cupa milk
Combine eggs, salt, sugar,
corn syrup, vanilla, and nutmeg.
Stir Into milk. Pour Into pla
shell, and bake for 10 minutes at
4(10 deg. Then turn oven down
to 860 deg. and bake for 25 mln-
utoi.
Olngerbread
i cup molted shortening
II cups molasses
2i cupa flour sifted
I egg, beaten
II teaspoon! soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon ginger
t teaspoon cloves
I teaspoon salt
I cups water
Mix shortening and molasses
and add egg. Stir until well
blended, Mix and sift dry In
gredients. Add alternately with
hot water. Bako In a well
greased 0 by 0 by 2 pan In a
moderate oven (350) for 45 min
utes. This recipe yields 16 portions.
John A. Vaughn
Admitted to
Officers' School
Private John A. Vaughn, ion
of Mrs. Louisa M. Vaughn, of
1511) Sargent street, has been
admitted as an officer candidate
to tho Air Forces Candidate
school at Miami Beach, Flo
After successfully completing a
12 week Intensive course of in
structlon, Officer Candidate
Vaughn will be commissioned a
second lieutenant in the army
of the United States, (Air Forces),
At this school, the first of Its
kind, the officer candidate stud'
les more than lb specialized
courses In administrative, per
sonnel and supply duties. Upon
graduation, officer! will be ea
rned to duty in one of these
departments In tha air forces, re
lieving trained pilots from such
duties and allowing them to de
vote their full time to flying.
J
a '' Elkhorn
iSM b P'IC Will II
yyfj "I he family
make a hit- with you. You'll score
when you serve thoio delicious
foods.
SUNKIST COFFEE
oi OR BtO. OBIHO
1. 28c 2f 55c
WHEATIES
10c
HI-H0 CRACKERS
L.. m 2C
i. 25c
19c
Tall
Full Cream ...
Macaroni jKB.LPkg. ...
JWIII) mill 1 Cana
B&M Baked Beans La19c
19c
51c
Miracle Whip ft ...... 41c
2 can. 25c
wneCSB g packages .........
Nucoa T?"ll
26c
2
Lb.
Del Monte
UOm vee. Pkd.
6 Tomatoes
4 No. IH Cans
D.. Lane County
UCUIIJ
No, t Can
Qarden Brand
No. 303 Cans .
Peas
Tender Bweet
oOrn 3 No. 303 Cans
Libby's Peas
Meco Peas .... ....,.
45c
10c
25c
29c
2 25c
3 29c
35c
3
Hut SMll-at. Only
BOILING BEEF
2 um. 29c
BEEP ROAST
SLAB! 7
out u. a. I
PORK CHOPS
39c
PORK SAUSAGE
2 45c
RIB STEAKS
ST u. 35e
ROUND STEAK
. u. 39c
Juicy
SLICED BACON
to. 35c
AM't.
LUNCH MEAT
OK-
Lb. "
COTTAGE CHEESE
"w I Be
Dinner Bel! r 25c 37c
If you are one of the fortunate sure they are lined up perfectly.
Individuals who have been able Otherwise they will wear out In
to get retreads for your car, be no time.
The faster you drive tha
easier It Is for accident! to over
take you.
ARE-APPOINTED
Director! of the Junior cham
ber of commerce have been
made Individually responsible
for various activities, It was an
nounced Friday.
Assignments are:
Civic affairs, Jim Kerns;
safety, Raymond Kent; sport!
and social affairs, Walt Bowne;
defense, Oliver Ansen; member
ship, Joe Lemon; Jaycee affairs,
Monte Roulntree; expansion,
Paul Lee, publicity, Dick Max
well.
The county-wide blood typing
program, which the junior
chamber Is sponsoring under
the direction of Estel Afleck,
will be inactive for about six
week! due to the temporary
lack of an additional technician.
Slower driving to save rubber
eventually will make an aston.
Ishlng difference in the number
of highway fatalities, engineers
lay. Borne experts insist that
reducing the speed from 50
m.p.h. to 35 will cut road fatal
ities In half.
The Sunset Grocery
1911 " T iiC Till IMSSI Tlfl SJl Mil 111 V 1 1 lTi 1 1 IIMIlil II I Tl
FREE DELIVERY Please Call Early 9123 Truck Leaves at 2i00 P, M.
3
SATURDAY and MONDAY SPECIALS
Crisco - Spry - Snowdrift . 3-lb. can 79c
Corn Flakes SIT 2 pkgs, 15c
Pard Dog Food 3 cans 25c
Canned Milk All Brands ; . 3 cans 27c
Corn Starch ,. 2pkgs. 17c
Swansdown Flour Plus 1 Can PORK fc BEANS ...BOTH $1.98
Dole Pineapple Juice
48-oa. Tin .'.
Hershey or Baker Cocoa
1 pound Tin
Felt Naptha Soap Chips 0Yle
Scot Paper Towels
2 Rolls
Orange Juice
Wo. 3 Tin 2 for
35c
18c
2k
27c
Smoked Oysters
13 In Class Jar
Vermont Maid Syrup
24-os. Bottle
Whole Wheat Fig Bars OT-
9 DiMinrli aeijs ear ssj
Grapefruit Juice
48-OS. Tin
Grapefruit 9Q
".oral Club, Ho. Tin ;.. 2 for "
19c
33c
23c
Jar '
Blue Label
Karo Syrup 39c 75c
Tea Garden Drips .n 1.29
Jell Powder Pkg. 5c
Snowdrift 1.45
3-Lb. Pail .... , 73
Cmwmi't Paneaka and Waffle CQ-
bperry s Fjour a.8.Lb. bsS oic
19c
29c
25c
Sia-Crisp al'" box
CBaaLollI Franco-American
S Tall Cans .
DI 9 Bta Garden Brand
I WIH UCUIIJ 2 No. ell Cani
Tuna Fish Alhacore .. - No. W Can
39c
S5tWPeas,u2mc.n2
Peaches ?,.estone'... 2 nc'mM 39c
Pears rftc - 23c
O Fruit Cocktail S5b. 25c
Orchard Qarden
Grapefruit Can ......,,.. 2 for
CL X.ti, Dr. Phillip's
Can
1 C!- Del Monte
laUOVU riy Large
25c
35c
27c
Walnut Meats Halves Lb
Glass Jar..,.
PrtKhjM Sptelilt
rrt. nd
TOMATOJS
3 2Bo
BANANAS
rir Qj
aiM lb.
SUNKIST LEMONS
2 Dot 35c
LETTUCE
23. 2... 15c
Radishes, Onions
ioc
SUMMER SQUASH
1'illn 3ubt. I9c
GRAPEFRUIT
25c
KUmath Nan Oama
POTATOES
183c 10 Ib.. 35o
Sunklst Oronaes
S!T. 2Bnt. 39o
Cracker Jacks
Catsup faSlJ'aoHta
Hot Sauce 2T1
Tomato Juice 'i0i e.
Box 5C
-...10c
- 27c
45c
Grapefruit Juice ?r0h"dc..22c
Orange Juice ?6rbiPhc"p' 29c
Blended Juice 1l:0.... 29c
Grapefruit SSL .3Nc8.,.29c
Grape Juice IXm. 69c
Prune Juice rN"o.Tubc.n. . . 49c
Y-8 Vegetable c. 29c
Carrot Juice 5i'Tc.A 10c
WOODBURY
FACIAL SOAP
4 n. 250
FELDMAN'S
NAPTHA SOAP
190
nsni
SUNBRITE
CLEANSER
ii i
BUPEH MARkET
8th and Pine Ph, 0187
STORE NO, g
2200 So. 6th Ph. 6073
0XYD0L
23o 63c
IVORY SOAP
Mae,
Bars
Lo.
20c
10c
CUTTER WA
TERLESS CLEANER
.ft 1 50o
99
Here are answers to your questions about
SBmmCm
le Dots the U.S. Government want home
canning of fresh fruit this summer?
A. Yes, our Government is now acting to
encourage home canning. U. S. housewives
are asked to put up summer fruits for three
reasons:
(a) to conserve fruit that might otherwise
be wasted;
(b) to improve family nutrition when fresh
fruits are scarce;
(c) to supplement commercially canned
fruitB, thus easing transportation.
2e Canning takes sugar. Will sugar be
available for this purpose?
A. Yes. Extra sugar for canning will be
available to you, in addition to the present
basic sugar ration. The Government's new,
liberalized allotment of sugar for canning
permits you to buy:
1 pound of sugar for every 4 quarts of
canned fruits you agree to put up
plus 1 more pound for each member
of your family, to make jams, jellies,
preserves and fruit butters
3e Is the sugar allotment enough for canning?
A. Home economists say that 1 pound of
sugar per 4 quarts of fruit is reasonable for
home canning. Fruit canned this way will
have fine keeping quality and a good degree
of sweetness. Perhaps you have used more
sugar in your fruit canning in past years
but this is wartime.
4e Why does the Government distinguish
between (a) fruit canning and (b) making
jams, lollies, preserves?
A. Canning represents the more economical
and efficient use of sugar it requires less
sugar per unit of fruit than does preserving.
Therefore the sugar allotment for canning
was made larger than for jams, jellies, etc.
5 In view of war conditions, how Is tt pot
slble to allot sugar for canning?
A. It's true that sugar is precious. We have
lost our Philippine supply and we now re
ceive less sugar from other Pacific areas.
Sugar roust be shared with our allies. Sugar
is being used to make ammunition for pur
fighting men.
But there's a bright side to our sugar pic
ture. Here in western America we have a
home-grown source of sugar no enemy can
touch. This home-grown sugar beet sugar
is one of the big reasons why our Gov
ernment can allot sugar for home canning.
6e What sugar shall I get for home fruit
canning?
A. Any brand of pure granulated sugar at
your grocer's will give good results in can
ning. The U. S. Department of Agriculture
states, in a discussion of fruit canning, "Cane
sugar and beet sugar are equally good."
(Farmers' Bulletin No. 1762, page 23.)
Spreckels Honey Dew Sugar, for instance,
is excellent for canning.
Ze How do I start my home fruit canning?
A. Decide what fruits you want to put up,
and how many, jars of each. When the
fruits come to market, go to your local ration
board and make application for the special
allotment of canning sugar. Your grocer is
cooperating with the Government to pro
mote home canning this summer. His store
is your headquarters for all canning supplies
including the good beet sugar of the West.
The top-quality
sugar home-grown
in the West
STORE NO. a
1031 Ore. Ave, Ph. 4714
14c