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The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - August 2, 1975, Zanesville, Ohio
I of and 1 by Virginia Shafer Jiny Mii Auu Wanai better time it s too hot. Usually to Cook elaborate meals so along with Sands and other Cool easy to prepare foods come sandwiches Ideal both for the harried homemaker and the family on the run to Sumner fun annually the sponsors of Burger buns and butter them his work Carskadden Perone ceremony is All Friday in Grace us Church play sat 197.1 the times recorder National Sandwich month who include a variety of food related industries in cooperation with restaurant organizations hold Competition to name a Sandwich King who is crowned ceremoniously to kick off the month in grand style. This year s Winner announced wednesday in new York is executive chef Thomas Giancoli of a restaurant in Tukwila. Wash., who copped the Crown for the second Lime he first won in 19s8 Giancoli won the right to reign As the King of Sandwich making with his old China town pork Burger which was inspired by the rising popularity of chinese cooking and flavors. Giancoli makes his China town Burger by combining 1 Pound pork sausage. 1 cup enriched soft bread crumbs. 1-3 cup finely chopped Green onion 1-3 cup finely chopped Green Pepper a can 6 2 ounces of water chestnuts drained and chopped. 1 egg. 2 Tablespoons soy sauce. 2 Tablespoons dry Sherry 1 Small Clove of garlic i crushed and Teaspoon Ginger and mixing these ingredients Well for ease of handling chill several hours if desired. Shape into patties and Grill until done. Split and Toast six Large enriched sesame seed Ham Divide a cup of bean sprouts rinsed Well drained on Bun Bottons and top with Patty spoon equal amounts of Sweet n sour sauce Over meat and close Sandwich with Bun top the sauce is made by combining in a Small Saucepan. 2 cup drained. Crushed pineapple. 1-3 cup Catsup. 2 Tablespoons vinegar 2 Tablespoons Orange marmalade and a Tablespoon of prepared Mustard. Heat and stir until marmalade melts. If you re in the mood for a lot of Sandwich fussing you can try chef Giancoli s Burger for myself. I la choose a Plain hamburger or cheeseburger. Nicely grilled seasoned Only with Salt and Pepper and served topped with a luscious slice of Tomato. And what could be better or easier thai a hot Juicy Hotdog topped with nothing More than relish Catsup or Mustard or Swiss cheese and Ham with a Crisp Leaf of lettuce served on big slices of Beefsteak Rye. Or a Quick and easy yet delectable. Tuna fish salad Yummy on soft White Sandwich bread or a Well fix your own favourites. Just remember that sandwiches Are popular because they Are easy to fix easy to eat and can be without a lot of fuss and bother mighty tasty just weather fare. Right for hot All fashions Are taken in stride at showings by Aline Mosby Paris up mannequins who were nude beneath their see through organdy evening gowns caused scarcely a ruffle at the High fashion show of designer Andre Courreges. Dior swathed its girls like eskimos. Cardin featured skirts so tight they seemed to be painted on. By now Paris is so used to nudity in the fashion collections that Courreges s sheer Chiffon tops with Short evening overalls and Semi transparent caftan were taken in stride by the fashion press and buyers. Courreges who always throws a gag or two into his Lively shows paraded a brr a Orange Long evening gown with a coat shaped like a huge Clastic Bubble. The designer wearing Pink and White checked plus fours and Battle jacket watched his show chuckling from the sidelines Courreges s traditional trousers that he first introduced for women 15 years ago were tucked into Flat heeled boots. Or he chopped the trousers into Day dinner Vest idec i first or one create an elegant. Latice Al Vilh 4.rn Colo s of Gold of i c Xan d n5 lots de to it i in East Shell it it i misses is 00 Send to Laura Wheeler Neefel Lecraft we. H fair dry Sci old Chelsea York. By 10011. Prim name. It Floress. Z p. 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The dior Salon swathed its girls in Cream coloured silk raincoats with enormous Sable hoods. Dior designer Marc Bohan made Parka jackets with floppy Beaver lined hoods. They were worn with pleated wrap around Gray Wool skirts knotted at the hip. The parkas went glamorous for evening for example in Black Satin with a Gigantic Black Fox Collar worn Over a Black Satin jump suit. Evening Chiffon ankle length print dresses had casual straight jackets with hoods of Ostrich feathers dyed to match. The dior Silhouette was narrow yet soft As opposed to last year s voluminous tent outfits. Hemlines appeared to be a touch Shorter than last year but still a hem s Width below the knee. Following the narrow look were mannish tailored suits with straight narrow skirts. Bohan showed plenty of High heeled boots and tailored trouser suits to scotch the rumours that those standbys were being shelved by Paris designers. Dior s staggering array of luxurious evening outfits included a mannish tailored Black velvet suit piped with Gold leather. This same Gold edging trimmed a Brown Astrakhan fur coat. Mushrooms popular vegetable fresh mushrooms win popularity with everyone some people have missed this marvelous vegetable because they Are not sure How to prepare it for cooking Here is the Story choose White mushrooms with firm close i Caps. Count on about 4 moderately Large mushrooms m a Quarter Pound. Allow i Pound of for 4 Servings As a vegetable or Side dish remember thai mushrooms shrink and lose volume Dunn choking to clean mushrooms either nose quickly with cold water or wipe with Damp cloth do not soak in water and do not Peel trim end of Stem then Cut whole mushrooms into length Wise slices or remove stems from Caps and um1 stems for other uses to Cook slice 1 Pound fresh mushrooms Over moderate a Low heat St Ming occasional by Gay pal sky in women s editor new York up Eric Mcmillan considers a play ground comparable to a cake the appetite of the child said the British born Mcmillan. One Day he wants a big piece of cake next Day maybe Only a cookie the analogy is that a child s interests and needs Are wide Range and that he should be Given the dignity of Selec Tion a child wants to affect his environment. Mcmillan owner of a firm in Toronto is a playground specialist who feels that most play areas Are built by adults who have forgotten what it s like to be a child. Almost everything is built to four priorities he said. They Are. In order Economy ease o f maintenance safety and finally the child s pleasure. The child is expected to adapt to the play area. It should be the other Way around we As adults All Are the results of our childhood How we affect the environment How it affects he said planning briefs seem More like graveyards not living things. It s like putting a child m a Concrete Box instead of allowing him to explore an Aladdin s Cave Mcmillan in an interview deplored the limitations of most playgrounds a child can go up and Down on a slide Back and Forth in a swing and that s about it. Then boredom sets in. And sometimes destruction with it. I Don t think swings and slides Are he said what amazes me is that most planning is a modern version of what we be always done. In some research recently i went through an 1897 catalogue. A lot of what was shown was what we see today. Yet our Urban needs have changed drastically. Technology has advanced dramatically. We Are Good at making work but not Good at making Mcmillan trained at the Salford school of Art and Industrial design about 25 Miles from Liverpool. He planned exhibits in the United kingdom and Europe until he came to Montreal to work on expo "67. Then a privately financed million recreation Center in Toronto asked him to design a play area. Seven months and later Ontario Chil Dren s Village was completed. Opened in 1972, it has had More than three million visitors. His next assignment was Cap n kids part of the sea world recreation Complex at Aurora Ohio Southeast of Cleveland. Now he s completing a project in san Diego and working on one in Orlando Fla. Mcmillan 33, is married to a former dress designer who now works with his Eric Mcmillan inc firm in Toronto. The Mcmillan have two girls Ages six and nine a backyard where we Don t worry about a Nice orderly Lawn. Let children they also have Freedom to play on 100 acres the family owns about two hours from Toronto. Mcmillan puts safety up there with play Appeal and uses soft materials such As rubber and foam especially in areas where children might fall. He uses both the most advanced and familiar materials. There is for instance a 35 by 35 feet Vinyl air mattress stuffed with foam which becomes one giant bouncing and wading looking like a billowing sea in sunlight. There is a Forest of seven feet tall foam filled punching bags for wandering through hiding behind and punching at. Cargo nets Are for climbing and bouncing rubber tires make swings As Well As a mushroom like dome when several Are attached to each other atop a sturdy pole. Empty Oil Drums filled with Sand in varying Depths become one huge xylophone with children beating out As Many As 40 tones with Sticks. Many of his ideas the tires for instance and the Sand filled barrels could be done on smaller scale for a family. Or. For other sound makers use assorted sizes of bottles filled with varying amounts of water children love anything that makes said Mcmillan in the understatement of the year turning on exhaus1 fans Over the Kitchen Range while cooking and in the bathroom while showering or bathing exhausts heat and steam and helps Cool the House i miss Luann Kay Perone daughter of or. And mrs Leonard Perone of 1194 Lakeview and Dan a Carskadden son of or. And mrs Dan m Carskadden of 2707 Edison Avenue exchanged marriage vows in a ceremony performed Friday evening before the altar of Grace United methodist Church Rev. Frank Howe was officiating Clergyman for the double ring ceremony the Bride., who was Given in marriage by her father wore an organza gown detailed with a Yoke of Chantilly lace edged with Crystal pleating. The Long sheer sleeves ended in wide Borders of the lace and were caught in lace bands edged with Crystal pleating. A wide ruffle of Crystal pleating formed the Hemline. A White Satin ribbon marked the Empire Waist and formed a Back Bow. Pearls and iridescent for med the headdress holding the Bride s three tier Elbow length veil. She carried a nosegay of yellow sweetheart roses White and Blue daisies and baby s breath. Mrs. Donald Rhinebarger As her sister s Matron of Honor was attired in a floor length dress of Blue dotted Swiss. Ruffles extended Over the shoulders to form sleeves and the Empire Waist was set off by White daisies and a Sash tied in a Back Bow. Blue Satin ribbon under White daisies trimmed her White picture hat and Blue White and yellow daisies surrounding a yellow Rose formed her nosegay bridesmaids were miss Marsha Fraunfelter. Mrs. Daniel Pecone sister in Law of the Bride miss Susie Cox miss Cindy Mccoy and mrs. Neil King of new Lexington. Their ensembles matched that of the Honor attendant and they carried nosegay of White yellow and Blue daisies. Or. Carskadden had chosen Dave Simmons As his Best Man. Ushers were Craig Colopy Cliff Kevin Colopy and John myer and Jim we Herman of fort Laramie mrs. Dan l. Carskadden Erica Dawn Rhinebarger Niece of the Bride was Flower girl. Lance Christopher Perone and Scott Perone her nephews were ring bearer and acolyte. The reception was held in the Church social room. Aides were miss Tammy Kuhn of new Concord. Miss sue Swinehart of Gratiot miss Paula Porter of Brownsville mrs. Butch Theisen miss Becky Fisher of mount Sterling miss Cindy Taylor and miss Sharon Reese. After a two week Caribbean cruise the newlyweds will live at 3114 Fairway Lane. The Bride is a graduate of West Muski Ngum High school and is employed by Carskadden optical. Both she and her husband belong to the Church in which they were married. Or. Carskadden is a graduate of Zanesville High school and Ohio state University. He is a Public accountant employed by Carskadden optical select Only the Best produce for Canning and freezing select Only the Best fresh fruits and vegetables for Home Canning and freezing. When you re investing your time and Effort invest a Little More and Start with top Quality produce. It will pay off in better texture color and flavor when the food is thawed or opened. Jane Uetz Home economist with the United fresh fruit and vegetable association Points out that As supplies of summer fruits and vegetables Peak Between now and september More and More Consumers will be tempted to turn to Home Canning and freezing to take advantage of present plentiful supplies of top Quality produce in the Market. Preserving foods at Home is an intelligent Way to make the family food dollars go further in the months ahead but miss Uetz says thare Are certain tips and precautions that first timers should heed. Fresh fruits and vegetables for freezing or Canning should be at Peak of ripeness and processed As soon As possible after they Are harvested choose fresh firm fruits and Young tender vegetables. Use Only produce free of bruises or any signs of willing. Sort for size and ripeness to insure even cooking Wash All fruits and vegetables thoroughly under running water. Avoid soaking As this May cause loss of flavor and food value. Lagrange club Lagrange Garden club will meet at . Tuesday. Aug. 5. At East Fultonham United methodist Church for a travel party followed by a Floral arrangement workshop and social hour at Lake Isabella. Mrs Harold Fletcher and mrs. Warren Garrett will be hostesses while the chances Are slim there is danger that foods improperly canned at Home May become infected with spoilage organisms which if eaten could cause death or serious illness. However the possibility can be removed by following a few easy Steps. There Are three methods used to preserve fresh fruits and vegetables. The first boiling water Bath is used for fruits tomatoes and pickled vegetables. Another used for All vegetables except tomatoes is the steam pressure canner also the open Kettle method May be used for preserves jams jellies and butter. Regardless of the method used it is vitally important to follow directions provided by the manufacturers of Home Canning equipment jars and sealers. If you have specific questions Don t guess at the answers Call your local cooperative Extension service listed in the Telephone directory under county government offices to prevent contamination fresh produce must be processed at the temperature and for the time described in a Container with an air tight Seal. When foods Are canned correctly they can be stored for As Long As a year in a Cool dry. Dark place there Are precautions to take too before serving Home canned fruits or vegetables. Any Container that has a bulging end or lid a leak is spurting liquid or has an off odor when opened should be destroyed. Since children and pets have a Way of getting into things be sure to dispose of these foods where they cannot find them to serve Home canned vegetables bring them to a rolling boil and then cover and boil for ten minutes spinach and Corn should be boiled an additional ten minutes vegetables to be Frozen should be washed and then blanched heated in boiling water for the time specified for the vegetable and the size of the pieces and then cooled immediately. The most satisfactory Way to pack produce for the Freezer is to use the size Container that will hold enough of the fruit or vegetable for one meal Frozen fruits and vegetables maintain High Quality for 8 to 12 months when stored at 0 degrees f. Or below. Many fresh items such As peaches apricots pears plums tomatoes beets carrots and Corn Are Ideal for freezing or Canning. For the Best Dollar and food value follow the seasons in your fresh produce department Jayc ettes Zanesville Jayc ettes and their husbands will hold a potluck supper at 6-30 wednesday. Aug 6, at the Home of or. And mrs Pat Hammond. 1520 Mussel Man drive Miller s Dresden melons at the farm 3 Miles Southeast of Dresden. State it. 666. Hours 8 til 8 754-1560 buy them where they re grown and be sure new from Polaroid som car uses 6 different types of Polaroid land film Duding new Una but Siam Pola Ozior 2 Type 108 automatic exposure control electric Eye. Electronic she fact automatically adjusting viewfinder calibrated distance scale for bes.1 versatile built a Flash Tor Standard or i Power rub 3-elemenu8lens precision ground stainless steel rollers open monday Friday until . Tuesday wednesday thursday 4 saturday until . Closed sunday phone 452 7302 620 Market St dear Abby. Wants sex sans marriage Abigail Van Buren Deak Abby do think it s possible for a divorced couple to resume a lapps. Close relationship without remarriage this question been haunting me for several months but i hesitate to suggest it because i m afraid that my conservative sex husband would react negatively. My sex and i Are fairly sophisticated people in our we were divorced two years ago after a five year marriage that did t work out the second time around for both of us i we went together for three years before we married and got along beautifully but for some reason we could t live together. I am still much in love with him and it hmm he s still in love with me. We both love to travel and i cannot think of a better travelling companion than my sex 1 want Verv much to resume Calendar for today Joyce Ann Hunter Richard Lee Harden wedding first Christian Church Carol Ruth Saunders James Kelly Mccartney wedding . Duncan Falls United methodist Church Diane Christine Black Steven Paul Boetcher wedding i 30 . Meadow farm United methodist Church bernad1ne Gookins Henry f rust wedding . Central Trinity United methodist Church i Cla kinship hut not As his wife arc your nil the subject 1 nameless nvmk1.ess there air Huilt in factors in second marriages for people of Ages hat could cause considerable conflict. Ifa Mih ties on both sides Money matters old friends old habits. Children and his children Etc it would be a simple matter to find out How he feels about i relationship sans marriage him. You have nothing to lose. Dear Abby a letter in your column dealing with How in punish a child prompts this letter when .1 child makes a commitment he gives his word and it s unfair of a Parent in Lay a punishment on the child thai will necessitate his breaking his word Koi example the night of the senior class play the father of one of the most important members of the cast phoned to say that his son could not be in the play As a punishment for something he had done a Hasty and unfortunate substitution was made was this fair to the rest of the cast1 another incident our school has an outstanding girls soft Ball team. They had won three consecutive games but on the night of the fourth and most crucial game the Star player did t show up. A frantic Call was made to her Home. Guess what her Mother was punishing her by refusing to let her play in that game1 Abby please Tell parents that there Are ways to punish children that will not involve others deny them Telephone or to privileges take the car away from them get More work out of them around the House. But for heaven s Sake Don t Force them to break a commitment that will punish the innocent Baltimore mom mom. Uell said. Parents Are of listening dear Abby my husband Cind i uought d very expensive King bed ii squeaked so we got rid of it and bought another one thai was also expensive after a while this one squeaked too we can i afford in buy another one is there any Way to put a Slop to this please. 110 Funn answers mrs l b t mrs t. A squeaking bed is usually the result of the bed Frame or headboard and not the mattress or Box Spring. Little Oil in he bed Frame Castor socket1 usual corrects this. If not. 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