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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 16, 1927 Page Seven HOURS AT HOME repeats the color scheme that is fur- Place all in a baking dish and brown ther carried out in sh____oes and hosiery, tin oven. _ _-- A decoration appears at the back[ RAISIN WAFFLES of several of the new hats, among[ three times a day; why you should al-lbecause they are so much more ac- ways eat vegetables raw or why theyltive tban adults. The time of sleep should always be cooked thoroughly(; is for them a time of body repair and why to'aloes should never be eaten i growth, consequently they will re- at the same meal with milk or why quire "long hours of sleep" adapted PASSION FOLWER have lost respectfor their own which is a model of belting ribbon in: One and one-quarter cup flour, one they should never be eaten under any to their particular age group. A I ?,._.~"~ womanhood, two colors. One shade is used for the third cup bran, one-half teaspoon salt, circumstances. But, of all tepcis, group of educators and specialists, ~°aFlower, Like it or not,our awe, which crown, the other for the brim. three teaspoons baking powder, one none will bring forth more widely di- after much study and experiment, Q ,~ . earl u~ • .....,~ ’{~,, ~ ~,~ ~,_~m, +~ cup milk, two eggs, one tablespoon vergent views than sleep. There have agreed 'on the following stand- b'~m.the morninw ~a- a~:,.e'~:=~"+~.::~,='rn~*=~.~'~:[ Smart sweaters from England are melted shortening, one cup raisins, are those who stand firm for eight ards: . ,~od and th-- F, °- ~' I .- ..... :•~ ~"--~'~" --""-~ -[7 ""7~- of s-un silk and exploit the wide Beat eggs, add milk, butter and com-Ihours of repose, while others would Children of 4 to 5 should sleep at0r ~ ,~on zme circulations, jam l~S ~nea:ers, P - ~ " " '1 , dear One, • ...... stri-ed effects that are so strikin~ bino with other ingredients Treat have us restore our wasted cells and at least 12 hours each night. •and- popularize sm on our Cl,Sys~ree~s, P s. " s ..... gone ' " " he above mention-~energies wkn no more ~nan six As Children 6 and 7 should sleep at , away• l is losing if it has not already lost, -- raisins m any of t I ....... ". t. • . . - 0,.. I~+ ....... • • ........ The increasin~ vogue of ~ailored ed methods. Pour onto hot greasedtto wnen we snoulu sleep, ~ne numbers[least 11 1-2 hours eacn mght. ~ [~ flowers, [ And the respect with which the suits makes a fur neckpiece essential waffle iron and cook until brown onlare about equally divided. There areI Children of 8 and 9 should sleep • ~"Y heart I .... J" ..... .~ ~. ..... ....T~ ..... • ou .... ~e~ sides Fi~s mav also be sub-!those who advocate a good head[a~ least 11 hours each night th'~ el Angels divine--- led women is the one thin- that has fox are worn by well-dressed women, stituted for raisins here with excellent istart before the mmmgnt nour and[ Children of 10 and 11 should sleep t - y Soul from -~- [ ......... ~ ~u-* ~^uble scarfs of stone and baum results ]those who believe that "the best way at least 10 1-2 hours each night. ’ rae~- ~u~ve I Kep~; ~nem irom oelng ~ne prey oi ~ ~- • I ...... h - ~age of low I ........... -~-rti~ as well as blue fox are also Ito lengthen the day ~s ~o s~eal a ~ew I Children of 12 and 13 should sleep eS for ~ l Erie oeas~ in men anfl one oeas~ In i-,,~ -, , I • ,, . ' ever in thin- ! .... lim-ortant from a fashion viewpoint VEAL STEW ~hours from the night, holding thatIat least 10 hours each night. ..~ e ~nemsetves v P ' I " Rev ~ ~ ~ " [ • [ such an arran ement is better adapt- In addition children under six " "" ~• Uunniff. [ If you are a man, respect every] I -- thew' schemeg of " " , of 'should have " [woman, even women who do not re-[ Women now adapt their perfumes l Purchase rib brisket or flank, cut,ed to hying. ~ears age a midday aVERy 1 feces stew and when al Sleep and Rest Discussed re~ Malnoumshed children and ACT [snect themselves Ire their individualities. Many have in smal p" , , -i " I ~e. " . • • ,t ~ [ :-~ " " [ ........... ~ ...... :all" for t~- Imost done, add carrots and peas, l "}low many hours should one Ichildren who are inclined to be deli- • ~ae ~_ ! li you are a woman, respec~ every[per~ume~ muu~ ~p~J ~ ,' .~m• [ . ~ .1 • ~,, ...... [ .... ~.- - " ~- - • o,a It e er ba lea~ anu siee m a mucn moo~eu quesnon, ca~e wm pro~l~ oy an a~er scnooi I e s^_ gular illusions of[woman, and most of all,respect[Others try out different scents until]season with Sa , p pp , Y i P" . I " - ~eraing inco | '" ..... hat seems identifiedlsmall amount of onion if liked Finish;but one which cannot be settled Dylrest, even when much older If the act!0 nsequences yourself. '~ney ~ma one ~ . • • " . , "ns .... [ . .. 1 .......... [ .... ~-" fire ]nopular discussion The case for an!child is to be well nourished and in littl~ ~_ we appear to[ Respect women because of ~nelwI~n rne~r personanues, lover ~ ~ .... t~ ...... " ....... ! ..... . . .. ' ' ,t " 'rePression ^, .. /.. . . . . ., ~! \ ; !aDorevia~ea perloa o~ res~ mgn~iy naslIuture years is ~o nave a srAtole ner- '~nin~ -~ ~nelxalres~ ox women,WhO is alsgraceul ! . . . , , t -- s~. T~.. • ] .... ! ........ :- -~ .....' ~'~"R CREAM DRESSING FOR Ireceived altogether ~oo muen empna- vous system, the importance of surf!- at in ,t '~e SClentistslby every woman WhO flisgraees ner-! ~arge ilowers o~ gJas~ nt ~nztpe no~[ o~ .. . , • , . ~,. ~ ~ __~ ~ • . , .... ~ .... :~ ~. ~ae mat .... • ....... ' ..... • ...........-' ~- ' SLAW ~SlS, flue, iargely, ~o puonc statements clen~ meep m cnuunoou eanno~ oe ". ~e Wsl]. et2al world[selz ariaby every man wno alS-IunnKo a cnrysanulemum are u~eu I t ............ I ....... _ ~a across .... , ~ ' " " " " ~he curtains The-- come in~ i~o tne e~iee~ ~na~ one o~ our grea~es~over-empnasIzea mere is hOOfing oI o,,* ~ne ~loor, Igraces a woman. ~espec~ womeninom OaCK b . .V [ I. , , , • . ~ ~. . .... • • , ,, , .,~ , • h- ~" motion • ~ ....... ~ ' " r n-e of colors ! One half cup sour cream, one-quar-fliving inventors floes ms WOrK on xourlms~mc~lve ~o gul(le ~ne cnna in nis e fart reacnes ior ’ne sake oI your own mo~ner, a varlefl a g • - - I o^~ bests~ ........... [ I .... u~ vine~,ar one--uarter cuplor five hours of sleep each night, sleeping habits. Often when worn ~, 1.. ~-.~ mayl~espec,~ women Ior ~ne sake oI Iu-[ [~ex ~ p ~ ~ "~ ! , . . . t . ,, . t ~u~ w~-, ..... , ..... • -- -~ ,:--- "--~ ...... 0~ half teasnoon salt Beat lHowever in h~s 'Little Journeys ~o out w~th play he is over-fatigued l~fl,,^ "'~ uoes so Imre nuns, ~umre wives ~espect| ~mall square cusnl0n~ u± nnen :In I~Ug~' ~--~- ~ " [ ........ i • _ . ., ~ . . q ~ ~nce ma***-9 ... I ............ t ...... ~:** ....... ~-- ~--ve white ~-^- I'-ntil foamy like whipped cream',the Homes of Great men," mmertltoo tired to meep.- it takes tne stress -* to .t• _ -,=-. we women ~or ~ne saKe Ol ~ne iran, wn.o]lll~lly ~lilJ_UY~llb t;ulol~ la~ ~u$.-[~t~t ~ ] ,, , ,, .~ . . ] . • ~ . *. • * • ,i h ,t aank that i .... I ................ | ....~--" are ideal for the Summer/and pour over the chopped cao-~HuoDaru tells US ~nac m one cornerlana strain ox fault years ~o oring an ,ae inf' ~ IStile Wlli Iall li between ~nem ann ~nelriuers. xney ' ! ~i0~. lUence of ....... Icotta-e /ba'e [of the laboratory used by Edison is appreciation that, • , ,,_ ourlown weakness ~nere is no~ ~ne! g • I ~ • • . - , t ttN ~l, on the un ........... I I la little room containing a cot wherel"Sleep! It is a gentle thing #,Of - lverse• is~eaaylng lniluence o~ riffle men anal ! ...... ~ - [eli~- course, we ~._~__l ........... [ Blotters may be quite as decorative] CANDIED SWEET POTATOES this genres may go a~ any rime xor a[Beloved from pole to pole. l wi,t andwilful -[ [asthe" are useful Extremely good [ {half hour s rest something he does] To Mary, Queen, the praise be given. ) ~ .~"0Ut its infl.-- ac~[ ' ~ [,: ..... ~--^ ~' .... rs'withadesi~-~ of:[Boil in salted water one quartlvery often when he cannot catch anlShe sent the gentle sieep from Heaven , ,nnue otatoes until tender dram idea After a snor~ res~ ne is up ano That sna into my soui ~lighte~nee andthat[ [ship in gold on a black ground, and[sweet p . ; • t • .." • [ -~- ...... " .... e "~ Volun ,, nted a er and serape off skins Cut in pieces a~ ~ again xne weu enua usuauy wan~s :o ' teraal. tary deed[ Lead the child to observe inti-[ends of gayly priP P • ] • . i " . , . [ .... t :e• ~ an.c! far rea.~.--_lmat~.. +k- ~. .... ’iv..1 -ut~oors mak-] [and lay in shallow greased bakingI I know a professor m a grea~ urn-]stay up as long as ne can, unless ne ~ this is =~,"m~':%=%~:~:-; has -ro dedl A most decorative lamp has a bowl[dish; brush with melted butter, sprin-lversity who does much of his work,/is trained otherwise. Holding the tg %: ieve without [even-}o-r %h~ b'i~ds~o) theair and]of white pottery resting upon a silver[kle with one-half cup brown sugar, ]especially his writing, at night:--and]child to the proper standards in..re- ace ,~ act has all t~a u~ [~b,~ h~,~’~ ~’ +~, ~i~a [star The narehment shade is star [add two tablespoons butter. Bake in the wee small hours, too. lie haS/gard to sleep is a most effecuve ct. L.fur daily and --- [ Tell him that God makes the sun[shaded and ornamented with scatter-]in hot oven until well browned, the reputation of accomphshmg a means of safeguarding hm health and "I' '• t=~tS- . I • . • • ], is an immense]rise in the morning to give us lightled gold stars of different sizes. / lprodigious amount of work. I ques- protecting him from many refections l ~r~ " we lose of " la ..... and that| l BANANA PUDDING |tioned him once as to how he did it, lwhich overcome body resistance when sa i merit no warmzn zor our worK, . . • 'f thi~ ~ the spiritual lif~lHe makes it go down at night that[ The use of candles is becoming~ [and found out what was not general-]the child is in a fatigued condition. ’°aldll~d:nt.°f realization [we may rest for another day's]more customary each season. Very] Take one dozen ladyfingers, sixlly known, that unfaihng)y•he took .a[ Does your child rise at the proper ~. ' 0~r s~.~erstand truly the twork; that He makes the garden[ striking in effect anc~unusually decor-]bananas, two cups whipped cream, ] daily siesta of from one vo zwo nours [ time, or is it a daily task ~o awazen 1 ~ .~on% we mu-" / ........ /a~ive are tall candlestands of beau~/one fourth cup powdered sugar, one-tdurati'on, Where men are doing largelhim~ The Tuberculosis Association • ~u en- grow ann ’ne Zlowers ~oiossom ann - " . " . lad i~ter, UniVerse as a^~[,h, ~..~o ~, ’ ..... 1,fe and]fully wrouwht iron which hold fromthalf teaspoon vanilla. Cover the bot-!amounts of physical or mental work,[says that a child who has to be wak- -. 11• xl ~ .... • o • • .' eve~ .. eyes the m .... ]ha--i ..... n~ benefit ]three to seven very tall candles[tom of dish with a layer of the lady-lpature demands adequate rest, and ened m the morning m not having and ae least o* [ ...................... | • ]fingers, next a layer of shced' ba-[whether they take ~t all at once or]suf;ficient sleep. • ~ ~ , ~ our[ lalK ~0 erie oluer CnlluueIl ~.uoub/ . , . I. , ~s ~. ~ .~ I qthe _,"-~ul actions -,,*[ti~ o~ ~+~i+,,. try in simnle| Nothin~ could be more appropriatelnanas, over this a layer of wh~ppedlm part~, you 11 usuany ~ina ~ney ap-I Does he rise with a tired, exhaust- t 1~.• QoP~YSleal energy of]ways to gi~e them an idea of in-[for a Spring luncheon than a sermce cream into which has been put the]preclate, the ,health-giving powers of;led f eehng? , u~ th-ff aas given manv[finitv ]of I.talian pottery in a shade of deep [sugar and vanilla. Repea’ unul aut--~leep enact Knlr~S up ~ne raveleu Does the teacher report that he is I ~elda ths _?.ld Testament] One of the best safeguardslbutter color rimmed with green. Thelare used. Serve cold. l_.sieave of care, - ..... histiess and inattentive at school? a~l, wh~thfjlgl~test wilful[agains temptation is to fill theltablecloth of Italian cut-work almost]._ __~..___ l'raeaearm oI each nays nze, sore[ Is he faring poorly in his school ~r~e~e y~ xor good or[lives of children with the wonders lmatches the tone of the pottery, whilei SALMON LOA~" ] Infer s hahn, . , [ -9 ~:r. than _C°asequence, and[and beauty surrounding them, self center-piece of jonquills and tulipsl IBalm of bent minds, great nature s'worK. • ....... t w0 commit t • " • t" "ld be he shght-[that there ,s no room for mean[repeat the color scheme. I One pint can salmon, one cup bran, .econd course,. ........ l_lDOeSahnheeSnOn ,n eres m ~e gr,-~ preferable χ~[littl~ ~hou~-hts to develon " ] ]two eggs, one-half cup mUK, ~wo !~me~ nourisher m n~e s ~eas~. [p y, g P~ • ~se~esXt Physical e,~'~ ~ ~ ~ ~" ] New and very charming is painted]stalks chopped celery, one teaspoon The amount required by the adult~ Is he eating well, but remaining ) ~ ~:0r~ "'~" ~ • " • • I ' " " ~’he~ \a Passin~ ~;~[ .... ~v~v [glassware from Czecho-Slovakla The[salt, one teaspoon lemon ]mce, one varies and will depend on a number]underweight? • ~ik~ tl~ d COmmanded] [glass itself is of crystal clearness,]small onion, chopped, two tablespoons,of things, as the daffy amount of . [. If so, the chflds sleeping hablt~ " "'" -- " : ..... ' n~ " " " ~11~ ~._ . rock and -" I .... , ..... [while the designs of flowers, fruits]butter Skin and bone the fish and~tiwty, the individual s temperme ,]may bear mvest~gatmn. ~'0 ~,~U]~le • •give There is a ~ara ner in ~ne SKIES ". . . • l,ra tMχ in the d.ese~[ ...................... land birds are in naturalistic colors. [chop fine. Mix w~th the bran. Beat,general health, habits of sleep, etc.] S -~, yYno S~lli noIas sway When u~tyngu~ • % ’o I"~ Upreme d--: [ I ~ ]the eggs well, Add the milk and sea-iAn authority on this subject recently[~.Tu~~ . , ~-,m~A~ ~.. l , eslre dies ,, . . ,-...,.,~.. ~. ~...v.....~.. a~ed ~_~d hm peo~^ : - ] - - ' ....... I o^o~ .... ~ewel~, of tortoise- shell]sonings Mix all ingredients well[wrote, The ma]omty of people needI .................. , ~^ ~nd, _ *',e InZolAnd at His ~ouch ~ne s~ars unlol(l, I "~""~ "" . I " , . . I • . . , ~ _,_~_.,, ro~._l v~t~ ~r ~-m • ~ di~ • and in~-a [ ............. Ibo~h real and imitation, appears In/together and place in Dutterea panlnlne nours oi sleep each nlgn~, xne/ y In the ~ " .... ,/~iKe blossoms in .~ne ~aela o~ golf. I .. • ~ . I " ll set at ei ht hours ' -- a~d ueserk W~/ a~ w ~..~ lthe form of hat pins, necl{laces, Dra-land bake about one •hour in moa-laverage is usua y g ,| .............. 01~ re~ae ~,~ ~ ,,~ ~Dy m ~ w ~ mews ~ermce ) I' eve-.. tuber, ther l ......... Icelets and pendants, as well as pins. [erate oven. Iwhich means that while many md w'[ ":" 'Aril8 TheRev ~a ~_ "~ Wilful ..... I I I lduals need nine hours, there are some[ narrmourg, ra., p .--- . ~a~rtance in~,~_ ~s o~]WHAT THE WINDOW I ........ ~ ~ND CLEANS [ CHOCOLATE BREAD PUDDING Iwho obtain sufficient rest during sev-[J. J. Curran, of St. Mary's Church, ..~ gnt[ SHOPPER SAW] ] fen hours of sleep. ~ IWllkes-Barre, who presided over one "l~~ I .~ ., ~ . . \~.. t If the meat ginder seems dull runl Two ~ups bread crumbs, two cups] Routine Is Benefleial !session of the Middle Atlantic region- - W - ~ne of ~ne cnicK irocKs ~rom l'aris, - " OME ust c t cu s wa two al meeting of the Ca~hohc Confer N [has a th arter len-th Russian[a piece of sandsoap through it j [ ondensed milk, we p ter, ] If the rising hour is early, the re- - k I ree-qu g I ........... en| - res chocolate twot ...... ril have te belence on Industrial Problems here rAL'~ - ' It,,~;- ^~ - ~- ~ .... de chine trim las you woula ~oou ll; wm snarp /eggs, ~wo squa , -|tiring nour wiu neeessa y I.. , . - .... ,x- " ~. .... ~ .........v~ - " • . • , . ruesaay, participated in ~ne ~irs~ tk o_ ~RAM, publica [ .................. ~.,^ ~m. ]the cutters and free them from]thirds cut sugar, one-fourth tea-/fmrly early. Making one s habit ofl ........... -UUnci ' - mefl. wl~n ~aggo~ in heavy ~,n.~ ~,,,-. • .... miners strike in ~nls eounn-y. Ane I, K. of C ..! ............ ]~,rease Rinse well with boding]spoon salt, one teaspoon vanilla. Soak]sleep a shatter of routine will do[ , ........ ~', ~ ~ is worn over a SKlrl; OI DlaCK SaLln.[~ , • , , / ..... .,. ~ wa~_r / .. . . - - • , • ~lstrike occurrea in 1~o~, wnen xa~ne~ -~__ ! /war.er antifry- "|Dreacl inconaense~mliKano ve ./much to Keep Douy ann mlna In goo~l! I ----7--_. 1 the[Add meltedl condition also [ Curran is was 10 years old. He • - A can of evaporated milk in beaten egg, sugar, salt, A regular bed hour IS nOW u - A new version of the slave brace-!, ' ,, " " • se w r illa Bak in but 78 years old and has been setthng • Omen co.~ [ ............ /house is often handy in an eme ::[chocolate and van" . q " -|a potent safeguard against insomnia.[ so ,,, le~ nas owe large links caugn~ ~v | disputes between miners and o era man,. ,:_,.-t ...... "~-enc- when the fresh milk supply,tered baking dish or in individual[Determine the amount of sleep you] " " ~ - ~th~ds hlv:ed:s]gether w~th an ancnor ann ~omea ~O[~as ;or any reason run low. It can[dishes in moderate~oven and serve~need and take it regularly. This[tOrs for a generation. "~ ~sy and ~-.. :-tsmaner nn~s.~ [be diluted one-half and used as or-]with hard sauce Serves six people. ]amount will become a matter of habit[ The Rev. Michael Hogan, S..J., who . utucn " . . ~ . . lS because th~] ~- .~ .............. [dinary milk in cooking. [ ]--a practice which will contribute to]addressed the meeting over whlcb, S ~ rne smanes~; ~allorea iroc~ ~u~ Women as ~-:-] ........ [ ] BREAD PUDDING~ ]increased efficiency and buoyant/Father Curran presided, was one of at- o~,~ ~prlng, ol OlaCK or navy DlUe repp minded P-: I ................. -[ CLEAN HANDS ] [health, rather than to nerve exhahs-lthe organizers and first secretary of onl ~ ClOl;n or UWlll, nave CrtlC ll~;le wals~ e silly'wom..~[ ,, . ..... -| t One pint -- two cups -- bread]lion and chronic fatigue. [the national union of plumbers and ar =,,,coa~s or couarsana cullsoI ilne [ • anything, sa._l .... [ When the hands becocne grimy]crumbs, one and one-half cups sugar,] With children the case is different, steamfitters. tte y wm~e p~que or a dance--[ " [there is nothing better than corn]one quart sweet milk, four eggs, t =~ :tary smile i .......... ]meal for cleaning them Lather thel~mce and rind of one lemon, twolI ......... | m, o " xnree-piece carmgan ~acKe~ co~- . " . . . • .ur age is]tumes are worn b'" the ver~ -oung-[hands freely with soap, then rub[tablespoons butter, raisins a.dded..:fI Delightful Excursion to Ireland I f J J c tor Women t ............. [corn meal in t~oroughly The result[desired• Soak the crumbs m mnK, ~-- | '~eafaCt that ::;em:~l;e::'~ 7h::~Ymaten:~ k:~:[will be soft clean hands. [:dd ::d cuPt:dg?:d b;l::oY°l~akef Our Second Grand Excursion to Erin leaves New York June 18th [ cr°Wdedl ........... ~-'~ferent' -- I ggs gr " in the new steamer SCYTHIA with our congenial Irish Assistant / the~ ~ea jersey w~n s~rlpes In m~ I ' ....... cool ,- sava~el..I .... ~ WORN CARPET Iln mouerate oven until set. ~e~ ": Manager, Mr. Owen J, Lenihan again in charge. | , unim~o_~~- .#]colors or unsel. [ - [Beat the whites of eggs to stiff froth, ................ / . ~, ~~an~.l ~ ! ! - • • Make un your minu 1;o go along, l~ Will De a ~np long ~o De remem- j ~at girls re'el Th~ ~--~- -f cre-e satin which] When the seams of the carpet be-[adding one-half cup sugar anu 3race bered and~a most delightful time is in store for those who go. 1 comic na,~-~ ~ - -= ~-~- ~ .., v . .' . • I gin to show wear and become faded, I of lemon. Spread a layer o~ ~ar~ I ed-~ *" .e~;lUsed both sides o~ ~ne material, is ex-] .......... ~_1:_,, ...........~: ....~ .an .1... The ex-erience ~,ained in escorting our 1926 trip will be utilized 1 ~aamelessl ' • • ~)uy soI~ crayons or pmn~ ~ne snau~ j~-y aver ~op ox puuun*g ~uu au~ .,,. e " -- " " " V e c^-- Ylceedlngly attractive and m many va-] ............ a[...^~ ................ *^ ~-~'^wn to make our 1927 excursion bigger, better and bmghter than e er. 1 vverst o~ rne res~ oi ~ne Iloor covering auu ,,,~,,tgue rmce *, uve,t ~ u.~, lorl u 1 en o able _ ; hat ria~,,~ ~ .... h ....t the imnortantl I . " No worrv, trouble or inconvenience, but one g "o s y j y | pay With "r- [~- ~: ..... ". ........ Itouch up the worn places with these.[ann serve with cream, holiday f- rom leaving New York until Queenstown is reached. I e - • v ~-irarls opemngs. , ..... . . • -,- ] *' I Partles the,- ~ I You Will De surpnsea now qUlCKty l , , ~ ........... / :n the... •~'i -- ~ [,~... -11 ~,l~ ...... +~.χ ...... ~,,k I • , . . , . . , , • • • Already over sixty-five very cnarming people o~ lrlsn, turin or nauv- I ,_ -?~",, ~nei The simple little round crownedl~"~ ...........~ ~ ............... I ity have engaged passage for the delightful trip that lies before ~nem / -~uSUally per i~ ................ ndI ; * * as members of this popular excursion to the Emerald Isle You m ~_ " na~S, wH;n Drlm up~urnea In il'Ultb ~t I ......... I . . . •. " . ~ = WOmen are- ......... are[ WHY YOU DO IT ]* YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH * will be sorry if you do not go along and 3fin tnls happy crown oz I 'emi- • amusing creases on ~ne crown, | I, * Irish ladies and ~entlemen. on their trip to dear old Ireland. • ~ulne vir-:among the new models seen in the[ \ .... I ' "" ° " / Aoo m Two goou reasons ~or Keeping * * * * * * * * * * * * an that b olnln this excursion you sail in a large new ~. ~ Y shops• They are worn by the most[ .... ] Remember y j "" g ' " . ' " . . . | "'~ ~o ta household accountsare ~o nave a S ~ ! to Health t r onal leadersh~ of an expemence~ conductor, wno ke it fn~h.;,,-,ol~l........ M ....re in two] leep V'ta . ship under he pe s "P . . ..... | and Women ~- ....... *:~'~ ".'":'~-" ,"'--"-- |permanent record of what is re-] By Mary E Snencer is thoroughly familiar with every nook and corner of the ~merala / lit . ~ones oI a single COlOr. I ..... . _ . I ., -., • .r ,'r . i u.ert~es, and [qulred ann wna~ is spen~ and ~oI Health Education Specialist, xsle. 1 o Indignantly a ..,~;~ ....... +~. ,~,d~,~a ~,~ hlack[havo a guide for the future. [ N. C W C Bureau of Education Dofi't delay but write now for free particulars and copy of test!= | ', and th- - • ,, '... I I , ................. menials received from the satlsfmd passengers who made the trip / "*~ an les a ~;allor] ~wm~en ~or r~ t: w w mews d tinsel golf accompan" - ...... / as a f • . . last year wrth Mr. Lemhan. ed suit of navy twill. The increasIngl Sermce) / oohsh SAVES YOUR TEMPER ~. importance of sweaters for almost[ -- . ] It is said that good sense is the CUNARD LINE, 1•135-37 OLIVE ST., ST. LOUIS, MO. | • ne harsh every occasian is very noticeable. [ If you find the boiled icing is nO,[most equally distributed of all the / ch n -- --.-..--- - rood- " [going to be stiff enough after add! g]things men wish to call their own, ~rOwn them A new buotonniere that is evidence[the sugar to the egg whites, add a! for everyone believes himself abund- _ _ - • =~* "~nghten- of the vo~ue for lapis blue is!a flower[litt!e confectioners' sugar until it isi antly provided with it--even those ............. ..~,~,,- .~,~ ff ev@r~ ~ " • " ~o a ~ • • It . • ~t'RINI.~ ID 11"1~- lllVll~ Iu ece t think enough to spread nicely who ar t ~’ ... P cut out of blue felt in the same shade[ • e usually most difficult to sat- .~ ~ [~ = virtue an ......... !will do the trick and ou will rob- isf ' " ERECT A MEMORIAL I-' d-_:~ me ~eu; na-~. ~ Y P y where natures gifts are con- ~ ] uress and ]ably like the smooth textureeven cerned. My first impulse }s to doubt ........... n | | ~a~e i -- l i " in • wkn ~ne coming oz ~lowers an~ gree es _ t for Very beautiful" are the new damask/better than the p a n boiled frost g. these words, especmlly when I recall grass, help nature beautify your loved ~E~ • thare de- tablecloths in delicate pastel colors.[ the. prodigious amount of health one's grave by selecting one of Mona- hey must Those with a design which resembles[ SPANISH HASH knowledge and information which has han's everlasting memorials. ~aeY laugh at the ~ater-mark in paper are excep-[ --------- ' been so widely distributed to ~the gen- m,~, ~ v w ~ ~v ~ ’~T i~nat ,they tionally handsome. There' are napkins] Brown the onion in some meat era] public. A mention of the word IVIUINAHADI dz ;3UI~ ..~,r escort; to match ] drippings Add hamburger and sau- food is enough to evoke at least the ............. St the me ' " • , ..... qlU-qlZ W. D1arKllam • • we [sage and sear• Cook spaghetti m proverbial 57 varieties of information ..... = B~K ~Irsi~ ~ .... a.~a~a.~ ~,~,~ ters Among the new models in suits are]boiling salted water until tender, add w~th regard to diet m general. sOn w Mark Every Grave gs and those of checked wool in two tones]tomatoes and cheese, then season to You will learn hy you should not [ they of beige. The hat worn with these taste with salt, pepper and patn~ika, eat meat or why you should use it ~, , \