By PAT JONES
the readers' faith have been so numerous that we have given over the last two or three pages to them.
"We have also invited a different clergyman each month to write a five hundred word letter for the magazine. We are searching for a priest who has had some contact with the disabled or who is himself disabled to write for our many Catholic readers, and invite any priest. to whom the magazine appeals to contact us. We should be most grateful to any busy parish priest who can spare us a little of his time."
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THE address is "Wider Horizons ", Houndhill Cottage. Marehington, Uttoxeter, Staffs. A supplement is planned for distribution amongst non-dis
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abled readers, and, since the price must be kept lpw, yet does not cover the costs, contributions are welcome—and still more welcome are advertisers. On the reverse side of the pleasant cover is a note saying "This space reserved for advertisements. Any advertiser caring to take a chance on US. please contact the Editor."
MRS. Miriam Gardner has found that most children enjoy savoury foods these days, and the following "Friday
i Going Away;
Many people like the idea of a coach journey through the country of their choice, but dislike the thought of touring continually. Such travellers might well enjoy the "Star Coach Tour" by See Spain to Tossa De Mar, which includes travel across France from Ostend to Tossa, with seven nights' accommodation at this resort. The return journey to Ostend takes a different route to that used on the outward journey. Travel to and from Ostend is by rail and steamer, but. for an additional one guinea, air travel can be arranged. Similar tours are arranged to other resorts.
In such a holiday, the journey is very much part of the pleasure, seeing the Flemish countryside, then crossing the border for a stop at Valenciennes. On the second day. the journey proceeds through Cam bra i and La on to Rheims, for a look at the Cathedral, and the champagne cellars 60 feet underground. After the journey through the Burgundy district, a stop is made at Cluny, famous for its abbey. The third day finds the traveller on the main road at Macon, and descending the Saone Valley to Lyon and the centre of the silk industry, passing through Valance, and lunching at Montelimar, which is renowned for the manufacture of—nougat! Then, after one's week long holiday on the Spanish coast, back a different route, with more exciting things to see. Cost, 37 gns.
Enquiries regarding travel should be sent to: Going Away, "Catholic Herald." 67 Fleet Street, London, E.C.4. snack" is a favourite with her own family.
Spread thin slices of bread, or leftover bread and butler, with Marmite (no meat content) or tish paste, the stronger flavoured the better. Soak in beaten egg enriched with a little grated cheese. Cut in small pieces and fry in shallow fat. Drain if necessary and serve at once.
"As you can see," writes Mrs. Gardner, "it is a nourishing snack, and we often use it in sufficient quantity to make a complete supper. It can be served garnished with watercress."
WE have had enquiries for the address of the Catholic Widows' Association. The Hon. Secretary is Mrs. Winifred Quick, Crofton Lodge, Avenue Road, South Norwood, London, S.E.2.5. With newly-formed organisations such as this, it is always a helpful courtesy to send a stamp when you want a reply.
YOU have inundated us with banana recipes! Entries for the competition, which is now closed. are being judged. Prizewinners' names will appear in our issue of February 26.
MANY food manufacturers publish recipe booklets and leaflets, and one of the clearest and most helpful I have seen for some time is that by Allison's*, the flour producers.
Their leaflet on breadmaking gives stage by stage illustrated directions. The clock in each picture shows you just how long breadmaking takes. There is also a useful list of " dos and dent's" which should cut mistakes to the minimum.
This leaflet should encourage the people who complain of "tasteless " shop bread to make their own.
Home made bread does, of course, keep well, and by altering the recipe slightly with the addition of a little fat, it will keep fresh even longer.
Whether it will last longer is doubtful—some home made breads have a habit of vanishing almost as soon as they are baked!
*210 Cambridge Heath Road, London, E.2.