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AH good cooks are conscious of flav
or. However, there are cood cooks
' who ignore a very important factor
when planning meals. The often over
looked factor is texture.
v Imagine! eating a meal of mashed
potatoes, creamed chicken, split pea
eoup and custard. While each dish
may taste delicious,' the whole effect
would be monotonous texturally.
The French and the Chinese rate.
texturv in food? as hign as flavor.
Yet Americans,: as a whole, seems
to be unaware of how textures can
add piquancy and appeal to menus.
Texture-wise cooking involves three
things preparation combination of
different textures in various dishes in
the menu combining different tex-i
tares in one single dish.
The preparation of foods for cook
ing regulates the length of time they
must be cooked thus the flavor and
texture. For example, Frenched
string beans cook, much faster than
string beans merely broken. Because
of this they loose less flavor and
The interplay of textures in the
various dishes- of r a menu can be
achieved correctly by combining the
fibers of meat, the smoothness of
vegetables and the firm, crispness of
a, salad. , ; 'v..t-j;:.-.,.i vv.; ;
Combining various textures makes
for a, very interesting and appealing
dish. The Chinese are outstanding in
this type of cooking. Crispness and
creaminess are the two major texture-
contrasts found in Oriental cooking.
1. How many ' articles does the
United Nations Charter contain T '
2. How many graduates of West
Point are tJiere?
3. What rolor is saffron?
4. What prominent German defeat
ed Adolf Hitler in the 1932 presi
6. Which was the 23rd state to be
admitted to the Union?
6. What country has no railroads?
7. How as a heliograph message
8. 'For what Roman emperor was
the month of August named?
9. What is a poult?
10. What is an ammeter?
1.111. , .
.2. 18,491, of whom 12,764 are still
living. : s
8. Yellow.' 1
4. Paul von Hindenberg.
5. Maine on March IS, 1820.
' 6. Iceland. .
i 7. With a mirror, utilizing the eun1
rays. 'j.: .v;. , t
: 8. Caesar Augustus, "first Emperor
of Borne. - .
9. A vty young turkey. 1
10. An instrument for measuring
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"YOU CANT HURT AH
Improper ' Lifting :
May Cause Injury
Thousands of nersons each year suf
fer sprains, strains, hernias, and other
injuries caused by improper lifting.
This is pointed out ay c w. Over
man, county lara .agent lor the State
College Extension service, who adds
that correct lifting should be practiced
until it becomes a habit.
Records of the National Safety
Council show the most common causes
of lifting injuries are: lifting and
lowering with the back muscles; in
secure grip or looting and unsafe
placing of hands or feet; using quick,
jerking, twisting, or awkward move
ments of the body; obstructed vision,
unstable loads, or inadequate control;
insufficient help or failure to use
mechanical aids. -
The body is a mechanical system
of levers' and hinges, activated by
cables just like many machines. Na
ture intended each bone joint and
muscle for a specific purpose. (When
they are overloaded or-used improp
erly, injuries are invited.
It is a common practice to bend at
the waist when reaching down to
grasp an object. Lifting in this po
sition places a severe strain on, the
sensitive back and abdominal muscles.
Always bend your knees and keep back
straight when it becomes necessary to
Examine farm lifting jobs with a
critical eye. Rearrange Ce work t
eliminate or reduce the at mint of
lifting' required.' When pose, use
simple and safe mechanical aiUs, such
as rope hoists, wooden skids, hand
trucks, or inexpensive conveyors. '
V,'- Sounds Trae , wi i
The economicaiir-minded young
bride was t about; to have her fixU
baby. ' She phoned her husband, then
frugally took a bus to the hospital.
reaching the entrance Just in time to
meet her husband arriving in taxi
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will be added. Christ is the Way."
Frederick F. Shannon declares:
"Any man who reads his Bible, with
out 'going beyond the written words
to the Saviour of whom they tell, is
sitr'y a pharlc: Uvf-j frro thousar? J
ye.s ur than Lib ret; ous ancw
tora in old Jen i-tudy your
Eitte; commit it to memory; teach it
to others; feed rjin-it morning, noon
and night. But, always remember,
because very good people sometimes
forget it, that the supreme purpose
of the Bible is to bring you initio first
hand; ' hrt-o-hert, splrlt-to-spirit
communion and fellowship with God."
(These commentaries are based on
the ..International Uniform. (Sunday
School Lesson Outlines, copyrighted
by the International Council of Re
ligious Education, used by permis
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