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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 24, 1927 FAGE SBVEN ~ mamma mummmlm 1 cup corn meal the double boiler and continue to[1 cu flour " [ricers have been and are being dis-lcago last year Mr Flood, who has cook, stirring constantly until the P mis ed " " " 1" Ir~v ............. ] 1 teaspoon salt I s from the serwce. The latestlwmtten extensively on subjects .of |.~|.~|1~[4~ ~-I~'~][~ mlx~ure coats the spoon. ~ooi DexoreI 1 teaspoon soda [list of these includes Generals Luis|Catholic interest, is now a District -----,a~.~uJttLJ IILtITII2J adding the salt and flavoring and " Gutmrrez Abra J 1 teaspoon baking powder ~ " , ham Carmona, Man-]Justice for Limerick. L,, l Am ..... , g " p " aria-IMix and sift "h: ...... n Carlos A. Duran and Jose Ortiz Hur-[the son of T--a M-,--;~ 4o ~ ~;.~, ' m.. wnth You Alway,. ]same stunning silk is intended fo tlons" that wall" occur to the inventive]mix ..... m" ~ e ury mgremen~s, ltad' and -.-~#--~a~" ~v~,,,~.~o~^ ,.v ,~orze-xT--'- | .... . ~or. ........ , ........... --s ahn C Donovan. [the favorite pipe cook easily get around any condem I nK anu molasses and add last. l_a |Baron ~lllanm was popularly called. ,. I " - ..... "I When well mixed, fill buttered molds [ s " Lord Morris was a Lord Chancellor of /hear -- nauon ~or monotonous repetition. F , I-Ira Voice in the silence [ The crown!n-bit ~f ............................ [half full Cover hghtly and steam[ urthermore, the Calles duvetyn-/Ireland. The second Baron left an In the ' g o m~ury or ~ne ~no~ner craver me~nou ox pu~mg ment admi " " N6.so,,~ no~se of the busy street, ]bed consists of a spread of Korean over" the frequently resented but all-]fur three hours. Unmold and place] ..... ts that ~t mnot yet through[estatevalued at approx~mately$850,- _ --u can deaden its m'-s"-,-:-- -~ ................ /in mooerate ovenfor15 minutes |w~m l~s campaign oz smugnzer as a ova. ne was a benefactor to the lit- :Or Vm ,~- u ~c, |~na oz a ueep peacn snaae, ~rlmmea lmpor~an~ egg in scnool cnilaren-s],.. ", .......... [.. ,_ "-~nose accents sweet. ]with vertical bands of deep string col- diet is to serve 'them shirred, Span [berve hot or cold. [:::l~: ~mtn:dcup'" ~ l eas~ ~wo gen-|ue Church of Sp~ddal, Galway county, . . , . . " , oa ana ~eoina, are still where two valuable stained-glass win- L0, I a .... /red lace. A triangular monogram,sh st~le. Th,s affords opportumtyl': ........ : : : " @ t bein ...... h~ ~;*h a~o,h., .... / ......... , m wi~n you alwa.,s" adone in self t .... :~ ^---~-.-^:~----, -.- - - : ..... ,_ .... I , 1 1 b ~---~,-, ............... ~aay pre-|uows were piaceu at ms expense, lie un ~o ~ --- ~"=~"~ ~mo~wucr~u m o~ using ano~ner ]mpor~an~ zoou ar- scri Z . "L0~ untam, or sea or plain--[the center, ticle ta-ioca wh;oh ;s hi,h ; .... k. t FA~~hl N~ T ] bed for them should they be,left a bequest of $1,000 to Cardinal .~,~ am with you ,~ ...... ,, 4 . . ' v ......... ~'~:~'- ~xaa~a~rl~ l~qJ~ tcaught. Bourne, of Westminster, for charit- ~C,oes ,~. - ....... , nyorate content, as well as vegemmes [t I I , .................. ~nat sweet refrain; [ Guest towels that add a decorative and cheese The recipe here ~ivert[" = : : : : : : ..... =r ............ ~. --.-- ame u~e~.. he remalnuer ?:[ nls es: note " . ~ ta~e goes ~o coua~eral relatives ann hldwhe0.~_ . ~ / to the bathroom are of damask, serves four portions and makes a[ Sunday, December 25th, ]J.|| D~ ~'[fl~|~ |.~ .~ I ........... ~t .. -or at work or pleasure, /striped green and white blue~..~...~_, ..... ... I ..... i,~v a~a ~ava~a a~ a#~aa~ im~ ~ervan~. h.t"h7ther at rest or play; " [white lavender and white' ere The '"t';~p~'nt:t:aV:edlStomatoes ] Ma un:~?tm?s ~a~ ~L~|~I~ ~r}]~]')r~ ~.[ | 0 81 silence of I " ~ " " " . sses on wnr]sunas Day. Throu h end night watches,]stapes are very narrow 1-4 cup quick-cooking tapioca. [ ...... ;...... bllllIki l~rUR1 Ir.LLD g the toil and heat of tbe] .... ! .-~ mmmgn: on ~a~uroay rne Rt.] I/ M. A, BILTZ 1 lit Vo:in ra . I brA sl'a~;:gva:lrye :t:;:r n s i~Pf- i }}}!!!ii)~!P;t:d nion. ! i~VnD !iiehjPh }!}l:~}2:~a S:i~bi} !a::] (sBYnNhaC" W'eeC' 6N.LW~r.SerL'ye)pa I J "I'STR~P:T2tt~ t~:FIRST t ~nd ,'- Y heart keeps ringing, ltation of Diana and a hunting dog, 1 teasnoon chopped parsley [ .. ". " y' I ~ ......... " .~ " .... " . | B=oi~a o~ the W~dd. ~)rn .~e that was full of eat'e, [done in brass silhouettes or open- 1-16 teas~)oon paprika "" I~i~ celebrate a Solemn Pontificall~.~~g' ~ne no~ea .,a~nonc Layman]|,...,~ ,~,..~ c,.. ma,,,^.. ~..~ ~.uness has turned to sin in ~work. I "- - - " ~riign l)~ass. The Cathedral choir~-u magnate oI ~nangna4 has mcur-~ ..... : ......... *~ --., ~oW~n~. ,~ g g' i 4 eggs. I '-i-! .......... Ired serious financial losses a, ,.i~.l| Hundred Mllltom Dollars. | s mat He is he-- " ~ - ~ t | ~VI1 C "l \VIII oe augmen~eo ior ~ms oc-/ ..... "~lu .. .......... ] ......... ~ $-~ cup gra:ea cheese, leas!on, will render the music for the lthe disturbances here. 'Mr. Lo at-]| ]~T .... V~.~][.. | ~e~A | A ~-- ] from Iar-away uzecno-~loval~laI l~eaL the strained tomatoes in a/r a /tended ~he Eucharisei~ (~,-~-- ~-]| 1~ ~l~K~. La~ [ 'fit,- "ractice for Advent.'come towels that have borders of col-I double boiler. Artd all other ingre- [" ~n~ ~'~' ' ..... ' D M 1 Chi .... i" ....... .:1| ~ ___ #~_ [ ~en to Th , .... . cage, m 1926, usa representat~ve]|||.~ m urance N~ ]Tablet, Brooklyn, iO:c:Tnk:nve:n:ndifferent designs d~ents except eggs and cheese and Iwil1 beU~tlae'~'rCh~imti:a~hea~'ath:d::~]of China and was remarked for his | ~ ~. .~ [~ a spoons, glasses[cook for fifteeri l~inutes, stirring, ~,-~ I ~ ' I .......... || rnone 5195 Little ~oe~ A~a t -~r. ~ * - - ............. - .... -l every half hour fr~- ,-..oa.a-^ ~ . ~ Ioeep p]e:y, n]s emes~ son, who ae-|! 1105 Do=*-,hev Butl~t-# ! _ t or pia~es, ~o ms~mgmsn ~nem. Tnese lquenuy. .~ut~er a shallow bakin~,l , ...... o,~ ,~ ~. ,, I ........ :--, ,-. ~ --~ ~..;.^~ ~^~ /~= ~ " ~ ~n~ encloo: ..... [com~ in reds, greens, yellows etc ] dish P .... in t~'~ +-'-; .... : .... ~[The Children's Choir will render a[ cumpauleu am~ ~o ~n ........ o~w, |u ~ etico.~ ~'~g a sllp 1or a oevout[ - , ].. . --- ,...,- -,w.-~. ..... ~ure'lsnecial mu~i~ ......... .~.^~ /has recently died. Mr. Lo is living|~ .... -- .... -- .... =--:-----:--=--=--~ -"-~uven~ ,, t,;.1. ...... ;.,^.. | -- I lVlaKe zour slign~; oepresslons in the I ~" .... v--s-~-, a~ --= ~ 1. ,. . /l ~tbY a Sister ~th'~Ho~;~l~;m=~:[ Little felt hats, whose crowns are]sauce and into each break an egg.['cluck Mass. ]m rezlremen~ [| Thompson, Sandera ~n0 uonfesstons ~n Saturday SL Joseph s hospital and orphan ~-' Ugbt you mi~,ht like to nrint[cvered wtih small smooth feathers[Sprinkle with cheese and bake in a[ ~.. i I " ....... -/| & Ginocchio gain in - ~ ~" [of the same shade are ~ust. the thin-I-~^~^-~t ...... o=, ~ ........ I ~amroay, ~ne eveof Christmas, lade, in ~ne ~ninese section ox ~nang-// - [ your , ~ s ,.~u~--~ ,~,, oo, u~gree~ ranren .... 1 acts pa er for our mu-[] [ tin over it " "Ii FORHoLIcCALIFORN|ASCHOOL ] IRlql flflflS HIII~jB ~ROTo~k~S.4L{, Lqt. I . IICARDINALN WILL S ~L.~llllkJblll " reader~ P /to wear with fur-trimmed coats andl h,le ,,,tN ,h ..... h ...... e ~ I Confess,ons will be heard contmuous-]ha,, are a fruit of Mr Lo's Catholic/l Architects -'~ ' [fur wraps. - ....... lhot'g~rnisied~ w~t~t~ the'~:;sle;ernvd[lY from3 to 11:30 p.m. [charity and zeal. They continue tel| .... HALLBUILD~NG ..... [ , ~esneetf~111y I i , " I Evening Devotions l function, and remain as a testimony/| ~x~ ~uw~, ~e~.~ . ; .... ~', ..... | [the children will eat their eggs with-[ [ |O~=--==-- -- :=--:-~:--------:-----:, #a~es, , _ .-~ r~,r.. | The Radio and Winter Reception. [out a murmur~ [ There will be no evening devotionslto China's "Vincent de Paul." / 1, Nov 18 o [on Christmas Bened~ctmn of the | " "" G over the old radio this monthNext to e s er " " " " " -- i --.-___ , . . gg p haps the most dlf- Most Blessed Sac . . Welch-Mormrty Co., '~l~b !as carefull~ as you look over the ear]f~cult ~tem to populamze with the . . rament will be given[ ai~~h ~ h~ ~i~ ,~,;,,;~,~! I.. ~iadfeor the Infant Jesus" ]in the spring. Ichildren is vegetables. An intriguing ]_mmema~ely after the ]1 o'elock]wTh~ofthe-safety'of Lo~PaH'ong:l .... ~edstea~Urmg Advent. I See that both A and B batteries are t camouflage for this essential part oflMass' Iwhose visit to Chicago, where he wasl CUSTOM TAILORS "ttatio~s u mace oi gem. l fully charged. Tighten connections|the growing youngster's diet is tel ........... |seen by thousands, made him a per- 116 W Fourth St~ Telephone 4-3179 Ten l" o:[ Cross, 4 times. ]that may have become loose. Coat]mold the unattractive garden product l |~P~]~ [~I D l~lTY I onage of interest here. LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS Te~ ~ttle slats [your A battery with a touch of vase-~into lemon-flavored gelatin and serve [OZ-]tl~t~~ a~t~aal ]~U1 ! I ' ~Osarles t lit as a salad with the [ ]i A 1" " .... line to keep it from corroding. " " addition ofI ......... --= ........... -:'~1 ~ttl~ spring .... t Disconnect your B battery for half nourishing mayonnaise. Cold-cooked an hour or so. and revive our tubes peas, string beans, fresh tomatoes "~att -,,,,u~. , Y , Fi ~SS .... "~:~ with an injection of A power, finely-chopped cabbage, chopped eel- CAT ~e acts of contrition Then wait for a clear, frosty eve-ery, all offer excellent basic material ~,~$%/~ W~' " Coff~ ~w.TM linen sheets ning and bring in the radio world for a health-bufldmg salad. Here is . . ~o hundred as,~irations ~from Alpha to Omega. |a reeipe, xor an asparagus salad: (By N. C. W. C News Serwce) (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) S~g~ ~0~~all white b~nket " l [ Drain the liquor from a can of as-[ Los Angeles, Dec. 12.--JapaneseI Dublin, Dec. 26.--The Right E on-I| .... : .... ur v~s~ arc u t~ s m thm city, both Cathohcs and a w~oI~IAI~ am~ ''ts to the Blessed Sacra-[ K~owin~ Your Native Land. I P g s "p. Add one tablespoonful] .... p -]orable Martin, second Baron of Killa-i | ]E[~A%L | guns, have shown a ratff in ener h~ ~nent. ] Do you really know America? Of]of vinegar and enough water to make] g " y" g g -]nin, left by his will all his literaryl | | p~ther white blanket ]course, it is a large country, and we]a pint~ Add to this one-half cup of] osity ,towards the Maryknoll rots-[notes and manuscripts and $2,500 to] | ]F~m~ 4~041 | a ~:~.ect Silence for one hour Icannot expect the average native to]chopped celery, one-fourth teaspoon.[slon. ~Mr. Joseph Flood, wbo was a special] | ll| ~'~ ~ M | "~ IRtls blue comforter, knotted]be able to locate each city and townlful of salt, and one small onion. Sim-] An appeal was made to the Jap-lcorrespondent for Irish newspapersl I ~ IOC~ ~ I With white I--but it seems that we should all/mer for a few minutes, then strainianese parents for funds to procure]at the Eucharistic Congress in Chi-~| n acts of kindness ]know where the largest centers ofland add a package of lemon-flavoredla new bus for St. Francis Xavier]--_~. .......... ~-:~--:~--~==~----L=_=~=Z=Z :tle white spread " I population are located, at least. [gelatin. Line the bottom of a mould/School for Japanese, conducted by/~(~~i~5~~~5_5~~ ~tY Our Fathers ] Test yourself with this list of cities|with the gelatin and let harden ThenJtheMaryknollMission When *t'^/ ~-''~'~'~"~---~-am~-~"-a~'a~"~at~'a~"~v'@~~~~ i " blltZ [low of down [with a population of over fifty thou-]place asparagus tips with strips oflJapanese gathered at the Maryknolll~ nty Glorias Isand: Macon, Fort Wayne, Daven-lgreen pepper and pimento into the]Sisters convent to make their firstl . . . ~tle Pillow'slip ]port, Duluth, New Bedford, Lincoln,]mould and turn the remaining gela-|report on the~pledges, it was found/~"$- Tho C, ff . of Faith ]Tulsa, Wilkes-Barre, Wichita Falls,/ " " . Set away to harden. You lthat close to $4,700 had been secured ]~"~ x~ut~ It for the Mother of Our In [Huntingdon, and Wheeling. |can be sure of an enthusiastic recep-/for more than was necess-r ....... '/~'~" f " . ~ y ~o pur- , , ant l Pretty good, are you? Then try[tmn for this attractive dish when it islchase the bus [~ Masses in her honor Itbese with a population of over twen-[served on crisp lettuce leaves and I " SUBSCRIBE FOR O[IR ~'RIl~.]~ll~.q " Ity-fivo thousand: C1arksburg, Su-|garnished with the following mayon-/~,~.~=,~~.~v,~ |~41~ ................. he Window Shopper Saw lperior, Madison, Austin, Long Beach,|naise dressing: IV~'N||fl~ fl~" .~N|~'~ /.C'MI ' ' es to be a most sumptu-JPueblo, Aurora, Pensacola, Norwalk,] 3 tablespoons evaporated milk. [ [~a~ ~rTTV r~T;~ A XTrT~T~VrT xr r~a~vxvv-,v~v~ htter~n Hammond, Ha erstown Jo hn Jack 3 4 cup salad oil VV J~l~ D~ /-k VV ~_~P~I~I~2 I% IVLIIN1) 1% ' "g season, if one may] g , P, -I " I l flfl U/Ill 17qPAI)I the clothes now upon dis-Isn, Jamestown, Perth Amboy, Mus-| 2 tablespoonsvinegaror lemon Il~t~t$|L II |L~ ]t~l'llL j~v,- fx~ "V'r~vvr~ rnvvfx~nT~,-,~-~-~ trs ace ~fl~ .~- UUI'~ I "rl Lfl u (.T l-J.l~ 'Uh .' Wraps and gowns allJkgeeand Woonsoeket. ]J" I I~II~II11r t~.v t~trtl.~llrl~-ll~(~ ' ~l~k~ he general luxury Foreve I Look them up and check those that| 1-2 teaspoon salt. " 1 IKIAL II1 (jH K(IEN =' KINDNE ,7 - , "~" ~ F, JkJ .L~ ~).L~JL&N~.T ,, ' , roe]( that glitters is verylyu have missed. Or type similarI x-2 teaspoon mustard, :,..~ I ~ I~ evidence, ~nd velvets and[lists and use them as a contest game] 1-a teaspoon pepper. I "B - t,c . YEAR 1928 ~ ~ are both n~n,~,, a ,~,o,]at the next party---with prizes for/ 1-4 teaspoon panrika ] ( y~N. C. W. C. News Service) {~r~ ............ '~ frock seen~recen'tl was of the best and faultiest answers 1-4 teaspoon sugar Santa Rosa, Calif. Dec. 6.--Dis-- ' ~. ~s a Y " . ." ~rict Attorne Carl Barnard toda ~ P rent v Combine the dr m edmnts add Y Y elvet, with a short ] -- j y gr , I Some Catholic in Ar ~rae School Brm M the milk and ra announced he would file no mforma d With rows of rhine- 'g eal Problems. | " , g dually beat inthe [ ' " "]~k~ kans-~ "~ "" " " " ~" ~auged to form scallops.] By Betty Barclay. |oil; then add the vinegar, beating an-!tan against Carl Rave, Oakland car-]~x~ THESE WOULD . aa, .~.atnonc re~a- ~'7~. . Was ~ t~ penter, charged w~th selhng copies of bye or friend elsewhere Perfectly plain and an- } The bell tha~ sounded knell for the~ ', smooth. This dressing, which is [ " " " [~tx~ aPPRECIATE , " !happy long Summer playtime now so easy to prepare, will keep indefi~ M~argartt Sander's "Family Limita-] .~ ........... Catholic once IMng ~" ~ ~ [rings out daily for the morning pro-] nitely in a cool place. It!on" in Petalma. ]~$. rt-l~. ~IUARDIAIN here-, Non-~h^lL-__..._..~ .._...|Ib,~ and inexpensive gifts are~cession back to the schoolroom. And l It is with such Machiavellian hieth~ Rave was arrested on the charge!~ l-, to be intereated a d, so it is pleasant to hear Imthers have begun to ponder ~he[ods as these here enumerated that the [two weeks ago but subsequently was| ~ " " ~ box portfolio and writ- problem of offsetting the effects of lclever mother of growing school chil- released on bond by Judge Edward l~ - holder, both made of the indoor confinement on growing]dren can solve the highly-important Husler in Petaluma. The charge wasl~-~ The Guardian is 00 a -ear: o W~lllg hand-made batiked l youngstets by proper and wholesome| problem of keeping young students I based on a California statute enacted] ~4~ Y r we tal~e~Staria' color. The port- lfood.. ..... ~fit and at the same time at a high]in 1874. He later was arrested in]~'~ will send it to THREE INDIVIDUAL d hke a very flat box Children s appetites are fickle.[peat of efflcmncy to succeed in their]San Francisco on a like complaint ]~-~ ~ ~,v-,r~v~c~c~v~c~ ~ ....... ~ ,, ~ ~. '~r~ltters" ]L;::nt:atlhv:::elves.childrenwuldt[schlwrk' "After consultingauthoritiesand]~ wesnanact- g precious mmutes from " rnard V1 them f e~. I l ' ~~ ]decisions in other states, Ba ]~ se o your kmdness. tuna tray has a l~rlm de-Imealtime to barter for playtime. Thei Corn ~oup. ""i~ [said "I am satisfiedRave couldlJ~-. ~'~- ~eu and white upon it A I three R's leave all too little time in : 1 medium can corn "' :~ I ' . . . ,, I ~3~1 .................... ~ "~atlee . " . ,, . ' never ~e convlc~ea. I ~ , rs, dem~-tasse ~ize,]the~r estimation for the important 1 cup boiling water [ . _ i~ . oat attractive little seLIbusmess of playl So wise mothers! 1 shce omen, CA ................... ~ I~'~ /f'~|~ o #~_ __ /~'P. ~ /N ~. ~:~ ..... I " l LLES GOVERNMENT ' ~ --- ' ~.~-'-----~_ ]a~'o dehberately temptmg the boys, 1 teaspoon salt, few grams pepper. I ................. ~ ~ ~nrlstmas ~lI[ lilt t, uardlan s-: -as Scottish ancesto,s nand: g, rls with dishes so ~ttf~eflve and I 2 cul~ milk. .v.,.~,- ~.-.r.t.u.,v~. ........ [ ~ ~I~' ,aall ] , OF ITS OPPONENTS ~ .. g'rl of eight or nine/at the~ same time so wl~0|e,o~e and t 2 tablespoons flour. ,i '" L I A'~, . , =._ - . _wearing a dress with a/nourishi~ that neither schoolroom] 2 tablespo6/~ butter .... - ......~ .~ . . |~, ~ "" ~ ~ "" ---" ~ -- "" ~ ,~a~aPlaid, and a tan sweat-|confinemen'~ nor the divertint, eall of~ Rinse can wi'fh ~,,,o" .... ~=~ ..... (By ~, G. w. G. ,News ~ervlc&) .~ ~'~' I WHILE YOU THINK OF IT--FILL t~ I /~, of the the o , ...... ~ wa~er a~m Mexied ~'i:ty, Dec 12, An official ~1~" -- ......... I colors in the plaid~ play hof~" will tea~ downthe add to corn and 6"Mon o~-~. ........ -- ]~'~ . ~ t ' olmrner zU ,~ ..... , , he neck an health reserv I statement ha l~en issued by the gee Enclosed please find $ for n ' d wrists, e the' Summer vaca- minutes. Rub throu a sieve Add er " ..... 1 [ ..... " ____ 2:=-:-: ............. 0 e years [ 0~- ~ It!on. has built uG_ in' ......... v0un~ bodi~ 1 mixture to 2 ~-~v ............. ~" ....--" ~,u~- ..... . nmen~ saying ~l~V,.zb .... genera s an~ suoscrlpuon ~o THE GUARDIAN to be mailed" I ~ ~-boxes, so dear to the W~se mothers know fha't such subtle~ (2 cups milk, 2 tablespoo~is flour 2 mx colonels were sh~', ~.connectmnt I to the following" "~ ,tst Women, makes an at-[temptation is ever so ~uch more ef-ltablespoons butter). Se~bn and w!th the Serrano-Gomez' C'revolt,~'.i~]~" | ................... | ~O: i:" especially if the square|fective than commands or direct per-!serve hot. wmch Calles removed all Yp~os~t~on]~4~ | Name , : Wea~nted ..'a delicate, v"ink i~ .... I suasion t I I-----'-- !I candidates to. Obregon ~ his c m~@idate.. . -" |.' .......................................................... ............... ~ red with dehcate flow- I When Johnny balks at any moreI Lamb and Oran,e Salad j f~r the Preszdency of Mex,co. ,Address ........................ ] L [eg ,s and milk, he can be wo~ with 2 cups cold roast lamb (veal or'] Despite this announcement, othe~ I ....................... | _~ ~_ ~ Icusmru puddings which give him in duck), r'eports in the course of Calles' nolit-]~."~ " x4 .... ., " ~ | ~..~'~ ,Ker an . .' ~" ~: : J.N'~'III~_, ' ' '2 ~ ~ e - d small plate to[pleasmg form all the h~gh food val- 4 oranges. ~cal eoup have told of the deaths of|t~"I, ............................................................ :. o~ Peasant pottery, have[ues which he rejects in plainer and 3-4 cup French dressing ] re'ore than 25 generals, and of a con-[~ [iAddress ...... _ . .... |.- c~aend them in the way less appetizing guise. Here is an ex~ CUt the meat (lamb, veal, chicken I side,,ab,y larger number of officers|~tW ............................................................. ] ~ .ue~ess, especially if the cellent soft custard recipe easy and or du~k) into small nieces..~] or I o~ lower rank than that 'ven in the "~ * .... ItS t . ' . v , v,~,,. . g'l ~ .~,: ,-x hedes,gn upon theleonvement to make and one that of-anges and cut in thin slices Oom-IMexieb City announcement Nor arer~ J ~al"l:le ............................. .......... . ...... [ 'oOwl. [fers opportunity for endless variation bin o oranges and meat and serve on[the executions completed. |~ ! Ad~ess | w~th the add~hon of cocoanut choco crls lettuce le v ~" ~ 'atri-u' . _ _ I ..... ' - " P " a es with Frenchl As late as in November, the exeeu-| ~-~l --. ......................................................................... | g lug cupboard that/la~e, nuts, ramms, fresh fruits, etc. dressing. Itions of General Fernando Re es and ent b ......... | W. ornan,s hear* is paint-' 1-2 cup sweetened condensed milk French Dr~-~,'-- I~ ........ _~. . y _ [~, | Y ..................................................... ] h * " ~Xtg, OllVl~IIO ~arcla were repovcea, io- . a~a:rallt?e reside hned[ 1 1-2 cups hot water. 3 tablespoons lemon juice. ]ward the end of the month, a reportl | Ad:dress .................. ] 'haw n::r::n;ui;;(esarei 2"~h:?:P:nsSalt'^ .. 6 tablespoons oil.' ]of the eapture, summary court mar-.[ ~ | . - .............. , ........................... , oz gg or ;~ egg yo~s. I 1-4 teaspoon salt. " /tial and execution of Gen Oscar I We shall nbY, i f - ;oUr f " " chmtz at the. edge. ] 1 ~easpoon vanilla or desired flavor. 1-4 teaspoon paprika' [ A.guilar was officialI .... ~:;.~a ~ , t ~ y y . ~rlend_s of your Chrlatma$ ] .~ Di . . , . . . " . - v .............. favor and tho ll, ....... . .[ . .lute the .cndensed mllk.w~th hotI M~x mgredmnts, and shr or shake [Gen. Jesus. Sanchez.. formerly_ a brisro- [~ [ .... ughtfulness. | ~ , ~,~ wlu apprecm~e t~elwater and brag to the scaldmg peat[ thoroughly just before servinv ] ade comma-a~..~,.a h~ ~;,~,~ ~,,~;~,[~"" '----" "-- ~ .---- nm ~ ..__ ._...___ / ~.~i~ ~ce case made of heavy in a double boiler Pour this slowly " |-~ - (" ............. ."'.~' ~"-I~ -~ ~r~~ aark bl ~ " - ,macnuca, also were executeo in' oax-*l ~ ue with narrow over the sI~ghtly-beaten eggs, stirring Boston Steamed Brown~ B~ead. | aca at about this time. . .. A larger case of the the mixture thorou hl Return to1 1 cu ~ L g ~ p g aham flour In addltmn r 1 h " " ' " ; " " , seo e~ o~ h'g armyof- L