Practical Life in Caux
Part of the experience of being in Caux was that every participant contributed to the various activities during the conference.
Ladies preparing buns in the baking kitchen ollowing Hildi Zeller's explanation (2nd right)
Professional pastry cook Jan Franzon, from Sweden, introduced the famous vanilla buns in Caux
Jean-Marc Duckert is checking the machines used by the interpreters during meetings
The kitchen was transformed in 1964 and 1966. The economat was added where the big window appears.
British journalists Geoffrey Lean and Stan Hazel active in the kitchen.
Left: Werner Haller, right: Thomas Braeckle
Head Cook Alison Wetterfors (Hutchison) explains in a meeting, together with her team,. what joining a cook shift will involve!
French couple from Nantes were regular visitors in Caux
Official Chinese delegation take part in preparing a meal during their stay in Caux.
Barbara Thornhill (USA), Mrs Sinha (India) Mrs Ma-Nu (Burma) Nelun Sena (Ceylon)
Watchmakers from ETA factory, Grenchen, Switzerland: Hans Michel, Erwin Schenker, Frij Schole
Children loving making ice cream for several hundreds of guests.
Elisabeth Caulfeild (Switzerland) Riek de Boer (The Netherlands) 1 unknown lady, Evelyn Puig (Fils)? Austria, Kate Cross (Canada), Trudi Trüssel (Switzerland)
Volunteers frying chicken for conference of several hundreds of participants