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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - November 22, 1974, Madison, WisconsinCapital times Friday november 221974 mad Faan scene j popularity of un1cef cards soaring autograph party for Lynne Hamel i staying Home in style a lot of savvy women these Days Are putting on their prettiest finery for the purpose of staying Home psychologists claim wearing something pretty helps your self image whether spending the even ing alone or Tetra tote or entertaining pictured is a touch of elegance in night dressing that can go out on the town As luxuriously As it lounges at Home a creamy beige Gold beaded Panama with the fluidity that Qiana Nylon is Knoin for Holiday and every Day precautions keep food clean hot or cold to insure its safety As the Holiday season approaches homemakers and institutions again will be under pressure to produce special meals for this festive season the pressure Likely Means that some Cooks will abandon Lon Learned habits of Safe food treat ment including proper storage methods pos abilities for food borne bacteria to develop to the danger Point will increase greatly says the us a a simple formula for Good food handling is to keep food clean and hot or cold lets take a look at whats involved below freezing there is no appreciable bacterial growth however food scientists recommend storage at or below for the Best combination of food safety and Quality from freezing to there is slow growth of spoilage bacteria this is sometimes referred to As the refrigeration Range it Means you can keep food in the refrigerator for a reasonable length of time Between 44 and there is progressively More rapid growth of food poisoning bacteria food poisoning bacteria prefer the same moderate temperatures As human beings for growth and survival in Short store Frozen food below refrigerate perishable foods below and Cook to for safety and higher for some foods according to your taste and custom you could run your Kitchen by the numbers and still be in trouble if you Overlook careful food handling the greatest Hazard to safely cooked foods is Cross contamination it occurs when germs or bacteria Are introduced into cooked foods by a utensil Platter or dish that has picked up germs from raw food or fingers uncooked food always contains bacteria most Are harmless but food May sometimes have food poisoning bacteria despite stringent inspection hygienic handling and other precautions a plate utensils or hands that have touched or handled raw food should be washed in hot water and soap before again coming in Contact with cooked food if you have a crack in the Jar a leak in the Seal a split seam in a can do not try to use the food growth of the botulism bacteria shows up easily in cans bacteria grow inside and swell the can the ends May bulge the seam split and leak and there May be an accompanying bad odor dont whatever you do taste the food you can die from the Little bit of Botu Linal toxin in the taste Sample if Home canned dispose of the food where ibis out of reach of Man or animals wrap it in news paper to absorb the liquid then tightly in plastic and discard it in a garbage can if it is a commercially canned product Call your local health authorities for advice food should not be left at room temperature for More than 2 or 3 hours table leftovers should be returned to the Freezer or refrigerator even when warm and reheated to at least before re serving liquids should be brought to a rolling boil further evidence of Madison Ever Awakening interest in Unicof greeting cards comes to Light As a result of the capital times wednesday Story concerning their worldwide benefits and local availability paralleling the Story of mrs George v Whitford 822 mag Del inc or Central figure in the original Story is that of or nag Laxmi Sridharan 33 b University houses because both women had difficulty in locating the cards to Purchase each decided to Stock them in their Home and make their availability known to friends and neighbors for several years or Sridharan Here with her husband from Bombay India has purchased Unicof cards at the Newport galleries this year mrs Sridharan a research associate in the University of Wisconsin department of water chemistry decided to Stock them herself to make them More readily available to the us Community she is also Selling them through the Montessori childrens school 6510 Schroeder re mrs Whitford also reports that the evening the capital times Story appeared two other callers volunteered to handle the cards for their areas mrs Reginald Mak 242 grand Canyon or phone 8368192 and mrs William Whitcomb 808 Douglas ave Monona at 2211631 Elise Koenecke elected to office miss Elise Koenecke daughter of or and mrs red Koenecke 1640 Captain ave is serving As treasurer of the Montana state University chapter of Alpha Tau Delta a National nursing Frater nity dedicated to raising professional nursing education standards the fight against epilepsy is its National project miss Koenecke is a nursing student in her Sophomore year Bethany Craft festival and bake Sale Bethany arts Center 3910 Mineral Point re is sponsoring an arts and crafts festival saturday dec 7 from am to 4 pm Sale items will include lapidary weaving stitchery jewelry paintings pottery candles silk screened notes plants Crochet Cor Husk dolls fur pile sculptures and puppets the United methodist women will conduct a bake Sale and tearoom Sunn Wethal May marriage foretold or and mrs Kenneth Sunne Stoughton announce the engagement of their daughter Linda to Ronald Wethal son of or and ensemble concert at Lafollette the Lafollette High school wind ensemble will present a concert in the school auditorium tuesday at 8 pm guest conductor will be Edgar Thiessen of the Lakeland College music depart ment Sheboygan who will direct a March he composed recently the program also includes works by Persichetti Zdechlik and Malcom Arnold and music from the sting the program will be directed by James Knut son and John Daniels student assistant from the University of Wisconsin there is no admission charge one of the recipes in Lynne Watrous Hamels w published Cook Book a taste of came from the Tierney family who built the original old Stone farm House now known As the Century House mrs Hamel will be at the Century House 3029 University ave tuesday nov 26 to Greet old friends and meet new ones at a Public autograph party arranged by Jane and Max Howell who have owned the old Stone House for the past Quarter Century for several years before her marriage mrs Hamel painted pottery with the Howells some of her childrens bowls and cups which Are now family treasures will be on display Kathleen Bakken weds Dean loss or and mrs Carl Bakken 3550 Sargent St announce the marriage of their daughter Kathleen Ann to Dean on nov 17 in St Dennis Catholic Church the bridegroom is tie son of or and mrs George loss Weyauwega both Young people Are 1974 graduates of the University of Oshkosh school of nursing she has been employed on the nursing staff at Kenosha memorial Hospital Kenosha and he is a lieutenant in the us army nurse corps at it Benning a they Are at Home at 3816 Caspian or Columbus a University brings the Stoiches Here Theodore Stokich and his wife Shirley Are settled at 1747 nor Man Way after a move from Jacksonville Fla he is a graduate student in chemistry at the University of Wisconsin where he is a teaching assistant mrs Stokich is employed at University hospitals he has just completed Navy duty As a lieutenant Mcfarland House Art show and Sale Frame House gallery limited editions ii ild life botanical Art prints sunday nov 24th 16 pm Mcfarland House Ivov Mcfarland House Garden shop 5923 Exchange St Mcfarland is pm 8388387 beat qty Salon miss Sunne mrs Orlin Wethal Stoughton miss Sunne is employed at american family insurance co in Madison and her Fiance is engaged in farming a May wedding is planned cuts your hair the Way you like it the natural Way calf 8367788 if cooking doing dishes int exactly your idea of an exciting Holiday traditional thanksgiving dinner Apple cider Chicken Noodle soup Turkey dressing Giblet Gravy or baked Ham with Raisin sauce candied yams creamed Pearl onions Cranberry sauce Brussler sprouts pumpkin pie Ala Mode Only the Norma Mhz by reservation 2576000 downtown at tin new Hilton one West Dautun Street russian toys matrix shoo nested dolls chinese baskets columbian Wall hangings Dennis a Jet Between Square Public Library its a sweater a Blouse its the smashing Aloon Seeve top regularly Only Turtle necked mock Turtle necked or collared Clingy rib knit polyester in a spectrum of fall colors and White Small medium and urge East Towne tomorrow have your ears pierced without charge when you buy a pair of 14 it Gold earrings come to ranges tomorrow saturday november 23 from 10 to 5 and a doctor will be on hand to Pierce your ears at no charge to you All you have to do is Purchase a pair of Wells 14 it Gold Ball studs and sign a special consent form if you Are under 18 you must have the signature of your Parent or guardian either bring your Parent or guardian with you or have them return the consent form to the costume jew Elry department where it must be signed in the presence of a Prange employee sorry no one under eight is Al Lowed to participate in this offer ranges fashion jewelry East Towne mail West Towne Mali

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