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Benton Harbor, Michigan
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Monday, June 22, 1942
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PAGE FOUR THE NEWS-PALLADIUM, BENTON HARBOR, MICH. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1942 SOCIETY and CLUB NEWS ^Bohemian Club Spends '. Enjoyable Time Sunday At Hammond's Cottage T HE gracious hospitality of Judge and Mrs. Prank Hammond was enjoyed by the Twin City Bohemian club In their closing party of the season, which took the form of a picnic Sunday at the Hammond ..cottage at Sister Lakes. Members of (lie club found rowing, canoeing and games arranged for their entertainment, and partook of a bountiful picnic meal. A bonfire 'built by Judge Hammond furnished a center of interest for the 'evening, which was spent socially. The. committee for this final af-|~ fau of the large organization in- , , c .. eluded the hosts and hostesses a s ! A n a G f S O n Family chairmen, as well as Mrs. F. B:| Holds fiCUM/Ofl Christopher.Mrs. Margaret O. How-: a rd, Mrs. Adeline B. Nelthorpc Mu* . Clara Kennell, Miss Dorothy Stemm, _ ,, ^,^ ,,,_,. K i m ^ t , ,,,,,,_ Miss Fredelia Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. ·Julius Fishier, Miss Muriel Thresher, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gehlert, 'Dr. and Mrs, A. A Rosenbcrry and Miss Frances Lambert. ,Ray Neary Marries Miss Mabel Nelson Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Nelson, 615 ^Territorial roadr announce the ,inarriage of their daughter, Mabel, Ho Bay Neary of Benton Harbor. ' The ceremony was performed Saturday in Benton Harbor. Miss Viola Carlson of St. Joseph, and William J. Russell attencl- ied the couple. The bride has been employed as cashier at the Personal Finance company, and the groom is well-known as supervisor of Ben- ·ton Harbor's fourth ward. After a short wedding trip, the "couple will be at home in the Lincoln apartments. , Rector Family Has Reunion In Galien GALIEN, June 22.--With 37, relatives in attendance, the annual re' union of the Rector family was held 'Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rector, with whom the "lather of the firmer, Earl Rector, 'resides. ' Games followed a co-operative .'dinner at noon, and evening refreshments were served on the front Uawn of the home. Among those attending, Dr. Emma Rector of Benton Harbor was eldest cf the .group, iand three weeks-old Mary Alice Gar- liVin, the youngest. « Out-of-town guests included Mr. .'and Mrs. David Rector, Decatur; Mrs Sarah Babcack, Niles; Mr. and Mrs Marshall Shyne and son, Beniton Harbor; Henry Rector, · Sodus; ·i'Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Rector and 'family, Dowagiac; Mr. and Mrs. Luke Riggs and family, Lawton; Dariell and Charles Riggs, South a 2 o'clock dinner Sunday afternoon In Hall park, Benton Harbor. The afternoon was spent sociably, with the younger folk playing games. Out-of-town relatives Included Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson of Bridgman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell and son of Stevensville, and Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Fisher of Kalamazoo. , Social Calendar Mrs. Anna Kilmer and Mi's. L. J. Smith will entertain the Chaulau- qua Beading circle at a ,1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon at the home of the former, 887 McAllister avenue. The meeting place of Division No. 3 of the Women's Society for Christian Service of the Methodist Peace Temple has been changed from the home of Mrs. Arthur Eidson, Royalton, as announced Saturday, to the home of Mi's. E. A. Wcstin, 1155 Miami road. The group will meet at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon for a tea. The Little Flower division of St. John's Altar society will-meet for a beach party tonight. The division will gather at 6:30 o'clock at St. John's club rooms for transportation to Jean Klock park. Recitals Club rooms of the Eleanor club were filled with relatives and, Tiends Sunday afternoon in attendance at a piano recital in which advanced pupils of Lane Emery were presented. Opening with a study group of Bach, Chopin and .other composers, :he program followed with a group of medleys with four popular nuin- ;Bcnd, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas | bcre ln cacl] groupi arl -anged by '.Garvin and daughter, Bertrand; Mr. fand Mrs.. Wade Riggs and family, 'Hebron, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Elton 'Rector and family, Muskcgon. Club Welcomes Four Members The Smile-Awhile club was entertained Saturday evening at the ·home of Mrs. Pearl Perlick, Lincoln .avenue, St. Joseph, when four new ··members were initiated into the -·club, Mr. and Mrs. George Klctl, Miss Virginia Klett and George .Klett, Jr. : Among the out-of-town guests .'were Miss Jean Tompkins and ;Mrs. Henry Apple of Detroit. Danc- .ing was the diversion of the evening, and games were played with prizes awarded to Mr. and Mrs. : Roland Pearl, Miss Tompkins. Mrs. !Sam Hatosky and Miss Klctl. .' Assisting the hostess were Mrs. .Apple. Mrs. Alvln Tompkins and "Mrs. Frances Hatosky. ; Brevities } At Parents' Home--Mrs. Allen -.Harness, 1132 Monroe street, who /has been ill for several days, is recu- [psrating at the home of her parents, ;.Mr. and Mrs. B;rt Henderson, 747 ·-Colfax avenue. the students, assisted by their Instructor. The program was closed with a concert group. Baskets of rambler roses and honeysuckle used in decorating were arranged by students, who also acted as ushers. . Among the advanced pupils of junior high school and high school age who took part in the program were Rosaline Randt, Bill Wilkinson, Gertrude Arntz, Chester Faram, Rhoda Allen, 'Rosemary Tro- bridgc, Bernice Eck, Ardlth Qulglcy, Hnrvcy Faram, Bob Ferguson, Lor- ctto Phelan. Thomas McDonald, Rosemary Emery, Dolores Bishop and Bruce Dustln. Mrs. Marlon Volk Fishier will present two advanced pupils, Geor- tjianna Kroll and Doris Hatosky, in piano recital at 0:15 o'clock Tuesday evening In the women's parlors of the First .Congregational church. Robert Volk, who received his bachelor degree In piano from the Cosmopolitan School of Music, Chicago, recently, will assist on'the program. · Coming Events June 24--Defense dance, at Air Castle ballroom, D p. in., sponsored by Fruit Belt auxiliary No. 1137. Streamlined Tresses Nuptial vows were exchanged at 10 o'clock Saturday evening by Miss Bernicce Yerlngton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Yerington 768 Edsccumbe avenue, to Chester Ostrum of Benton Harbor, son of the late Mr. -and Mrs. Henry Os- strum. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Howard A. Blanning, pastor of the First Congregational jhurch, at his home, 1211 Seneca road. Powder blue with white accessories with bridal bouquet of pink tea roses marked the bride's attire Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Ostrum of Detroit, as maid of honor, wore black accented with aqua. Frank Ostrum attended the room. A dinner in honor of the newlyweds was given Sunday noon by the bride's parents for immediate relatives. Miss Jean Yerington as- Isted the hostess. The bride is a 1942 graduate of the Benton Harbor high school which the groom also attended. He is employed by the Twin City Motor loach company. After a wedding rip to northern Michigan, the .ouple will live at 396 North McCord street. Mr. .and Mrs. Richard" Helmel, 18 Superior street, announce the larriaRC nt their daughter, Donna, to A r t h u r Dale Mansfield. Lafayette, Ind.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mansfield of that city. The marriage ceremony took ,,lace November 11, 1.141 in Benton Harbor. The bride, who is residing ,n Lafayette, is visiting at the :iome of her grandmother, Mrs. M. D. King. Crystal avenue. The single ring wedding ceremony was performed at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the Mcth- nrtlst Poacn Temple to unite Miss Josephine Mary Franklin in mar| riage to Richard A. Switt, before , a large group of guests. I The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin of Coloma; the groom the son of Mr. and i Mrs. Len Swift of Bcllview, Mich. ;They were attended by Mr. and Mrs! Norman Artibey of Chicago, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. Garden flowers decorated the church, where the Rev. Glenn M. Krye officiated at the wedding and .Warren Colby played wedding mti- sio. : The bride was attired In a light. i b l u p llnenn suit with navy and white accessories. Her bouquet was | of roses and lilies-of-the-yallcy. Far comfort, cleanliness und tonvcnience, the short type of bob 'Her father gave her in marriagt. ihowni nbovb has lecom« Increasingly popular in England. Some I A pink «"1. *)» color scheme wperts belie ve (he fad for short hair may sweep the country. W»f predominated in the wedding re- workers and olher war-active, women rlarled the fashion., ^tlte* SaKnlT mCol°om» where Ruth Terry Wed At Las Vegas To Test Pilot On Saturday RUTH TERRY HOLLYWOOD, Cal., June 22.-Ruth Terry, petite Benton Harbor actress 'who. has sung her way to fame In the films, eloped Saturday to Las Vegas and was married to John Martin, test pilot at the Douglas Aircraft plant. Miss Terry was born Ruth Mae MacMahon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. MacMahon, formerly of Benton Harbor, and received her education here in St. John's Catholic school. As a child, showing remarkable talent as a singer,. her career began at eight years of age. In 1031. she left Benton Harbor and began as solcist at 12 with Clyde McCoy's orchestra. By the time she was 15 she was in the big time night-club money. Her chance as a fllm actress came in 1939 when she was signed by Walter Wanger for a part In "City for Sale." Her climb to success has been a steady one, and she currently plays opposite Gene Autry as his leading lady. Her most recent visit to Benton Harbor where she has many loya" friends, was In 1940, when a socia affair was given In honor of her 20th birthday. Her husband Is 35. Their wedding was the romanti culmination of meeting each othe a month ago, when he proposed the day following that meeting. The couple will make their home In Beverly Hills. The most recent film In which Ruth Terry appeared was "Appointment lor Love," which was shown in Benton Harbor this past Janu ary. Weddings U: S. 0. Is Host To 80 Service Men At Supper At a gala party given by the local U. S. O. Sunday evening at the Y. W. C. A., St. Joseph, more than 80 American and British service men were entertained at supper and with a program. During the dinner hour, music was furnished by Tiny Tim's Hotel Whltcomb orchestra, through the courtesy of the manager, Lson Harris. Warren Colby also gave several special accordion and piano solos during the meal. Miss Betty Leiby sang a number of popular selections, accompanied by Mr. Colby, and formal entertainment was concluded by the showing of fibns secured by Mrs. W. A. Vawter and pressnted by Forrest Brebner. Supper partners Invited for the service men were young women from the Twin CltKs and the ssrvice men were given a welcome by the committees sponsoring the affair. Patrons were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoffman, Atty. E. A. Westin, Atty. and Mrs. A. K. Gcodley and Mr. and Mrs. David Goldbaum. Committees chairmen who shared in the supper were Miss Elizabeth Sorenson, general chairman; Miss Luella Kinney, entertainment and decorations, assisted by the members of the Girls' Business and, Professional club; Mrs. John Schram, food; assisted by Gamma Mu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi; Mrs. Harold Friedman, Mrs. P. H. Murdick, Jr., Miss Ruby Erickson. 50 guests were entertained. Assisting the .hostess were Mrs. Len Swift, mother of the groom, Mrs. Melvln Terry of Benton Harbor and Mrs. Leo Peters of Sister Lakes. After a wedding trip to Chicago, the couple will be at home at 1030' East Main street, Benton Harbor, where the groom is employed at Bartz Motor Sales. Two distinguished young Chinese, who will make their home in Benton Harbor, were married at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ramey, West Lafayette, Ind. The groom Is Moses Long, student engineer at the Covel Manufacturing company, who has lived at the Y. M. C. A., Benton Harbor since January, and who Is a graduate of the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Science degree and also holds M. S. degree in engineering from Purdue university. He is the son of Y. H. Chan, Victoria, B. C., Canada. His bride, the daughter of P. L. Long, of Vancouver, B. .C., Canada, is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and after her graduation taught at Chung-San university, Canton. China. Her bridal attire included an appliqued white organdy wedding gown with full length veil, and carried white roses. Miss Minnie Bittner of Sodus, office secretary at the Y. M. C. A., was her attendant, wearing aqua marquisette with taffeta trim and parrying a bouquet of Brlarcllffe roses. Conrad Wan from Shanghai, China, who has an assistant professorship at Illinois Technical college, was the groom's attendant. Rev. John W. Flndley, pastor ot the University Presbyterian church in West Lafayette, performer the single ring ceremony. T. K. Tsui, of Pelplng, China, who is studying chemical engineering at Purdue university; and Chauncey Chu, from Shanghai, China, an aeronautical engineering student also at Purdue university, served as ushers. After a week's trip, the couple will make their home" In Benton Harbor at 1820- Colfax avenue. Personals Mi£s Jo Ann Vogel will return, to- turn today for a month's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Vog'cl, and family, of Napier avenue, after her year's training at St. Joseph's hospital In Mlshawaka, Ind., where she is a student, nurse. She will be a Junior student in the coining year. Miss Betty McDonald, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. B. McDonald, 393 West Napier avenue, is also expected home today from the same hospital where she Is taking nurse's training. Miss Donna Dewey, who has completed her sophomore year In medical biology at Michigan State college, will return to the East Lansing campus Tuesday to enroll In a six weeks' summer course. She has been spending a few days vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Jam's H. Dewey, 474 Maple street. Pvt. Claude Lsdyard, of the U. S. armored forces, has been visiting on an eight-day furlough at the home of his mother, Mrs. Etta Ledyard and his sister, Mrs. Kenneth Godfrey, 621 East High street. He is stationed at n. George T. Meads, Md. Disabled Veterans Choose St. Joseph Michigan's Disabled American Veterans of Hie first World W»r selected St. Joseph for their 194J convention at the closing session of their annual meeting in Lansing Sunday. Earl C. Anderson, Muskegon, Was elected state commander. Paul Barlow of St. Joseph was elected state e x e c u ti ve commltteeman. Jules Spooner, Benton Harbor, Is chapter commander. Principal speaker at the Lansing convention was Lawrence R. Melton of Texas, national commander. Special guests Included Gov. Van Wag- oivsr; Secretary of State Harry F. Kelly; Mayor Sam Street Hughes of Lansing; Chief of Police John F. O'Brien and S. E. Skinner, general manager of the Oldsmobila company. . ROLL CA1A. BURBANKS, Calif.-- Th« grocery bill was a major item yesterday when James M. Stoneolpher's family returned to help him celebrate Father's Day. Stonecipher, 63, has eight sons and seven daughters, and tiny brought th6lf n grandchildren with them. lICYCLEt CHILD VEHICUEf ACCESSORIES A IHtPAIR* KEY * LOCK SCAV1CB ARNOLD'S opp. Udrtrt m»t 732? BY WILLIAM E. M'KEKNEY America's Card Authority The third annual intercollegiate bridge tournament, open to undergraduates of all American colleges and universities, has just been completed, and victory went to the eight-man team of Princeton university. The tournament was conducted on the Olympic plan, using 18 hands prepared by the World Bridge Olympic committee. The world contest scheduled for 1942 was cancelled, but the committee prepared a set of hands for use in the college tournament and in games already planned by Olympic cap- V K 7 6 4 A K 1 0 9 4 + J3 . . A K Q 9 8 V Q 10 4 2 · 873 4 Q 1 0 9 4 Rubber--E-W vul. Dealer--East Suggested Bidding KMt South West North Pass Pass 1 + 1 · 14 Pass 36 Pass 4 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening--4 *· ** tains. 'Today's hand is No.'6 of the series. North and South earn par by defeating the four-spade contract one trick. The defensive play is not spectacular, but Is of fundamental Importance. North sees from the opening trick that East must have the guarded queen of diamonds. Once this queen Is cleared It will give dummy a discard, and the only useful discard Is a heart. North should therefore win .the first trick and shift at once to hearts, even though In so doing he has to lead away from his king. Any other line of defense is without prospect. D. T. Harris and S. L. Ham of Princeton, who starred for their team by placing fifth among.216 pairs, were one o f . t h e few who made this precise defense. Tips OrvBuying And Caring For Today's Girdles The government's rubber-conservation program has reached into your bureau drawers and changed the pattern of your foundation garments. Now more than ever you will want to know how to prolong the life of your girdle. Dirt, heat and strain are the enemies of ruberlzed fabrics, according to the OPA Consumer Division. It's your job to' protect them from all three. Under recent WPB orders, the amount of elastic fabric used in foundation garments has been cut in h a l f . The all-clastic two-way stretch worn by many y o u n g e r women Is banned for the duration, and a lightweight textile girdle with gores of elastic net, lace, satin or batiste, or front and back panels of clastic sateen will take Its place. Heavier foundation garments for more unruly figures will be allowed limited amounts of flat-knit clastic for use in panels. The first key to long wear in a girdle is correct fit. Don't buy by size alone. Try the girdle on, make sure it controls your figure without binding it too tightly. The best way to test a girdle for it is to sit down in it. Don't pull or stretch your foundation garments any more than you have to. Ax good healthy yank may be the fastest way of getting Into ft girdle, but it's hard on the material. Roll an all-fabric before you step into it. In' laundering, use mild so*p and lukewarm water, but do not nib. Pegg-Lee Military Nuptials Held In Fort Sill, O k l a . LT. AND MRS. C. F. PEGG Military rites marked the wedding Saturday afternoon of Miss Margaret Elizabeth Lee, of Benton Harbor, to LI. Charles Frederick Pegg, U. S. Army, of Lansing, in the historic Old Post chapel at Port Sill, Okla. The brids is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Lee, 566 Territorial road, and the groom the son of Mrs. George R. Pegg, 200 South Sycamore, Lansing. Against a background of vari-col- tired gladioli in baskets which Jank- ed the altar, the decorations of battle flags and standards In the chapel lent a wartime color to the wedding, which was performed by the chaplain, Captain Bean. Gowned in a light green print frock with matching coat, a large white picture hat and white accessories, the bride wore an orchid corsage. Her matron of honor, Mrs. Jerome Whitney Byrd, her cousin, wore a cream and brown dress with light yellow carnations. Lt. Don Kilbourne, personal friend of the groom's, from Lansing, was his bast man. An open house for the immediate families and close friends was held at the new home of the couple in Lawton, Okla., where they will reside at 1908 Liberty street. Mrs. Arthur H. Lee, aunt of the bride, assisted as hostess. The bride Is a graduate of Bsnton Harbor high school and of Michigan State college, East Lansing, where she had the honor of holding the post of president of her sorority. Chi Omega, in her senior year, 1940. The groom, who was graduated from Lansing Central high school In 1932 and from Michigan State college In 1939, was a member of Hom- inus Lsgls police f r a t e r n i t y and was captain of the Pershing Rifle Military society. Parents both of the bride and groom attended the wedding, as well as Lt.' Colonel A. H. Lee, uncle of the Jjride, who was present from Camp Livingston, La; Other guests included Lt. Jerome W. Byrd, Lt. Steve Szasz, Miss Mary Halsey, Mrs.' Kilbourne and Mrs. Arthur H. Lee. Immediately following the reception the couple left on a wedding trip through Texas. says... "Save--to^make the Japs pay." W HEN washing clothes by hand, rub | badly soiled parts with * soft brush .and a good soap lather. . This is MSJ on the fabric, yet hard on the dirt. You'll save many pennies by this simple rule for laundering clothes carefully. Put t h o s e thrifty coins into U. S. SAVINGS STAMPS--they're valuable to Democracy! Rinse - several times to make sure all the soap and dirt come out Dry In a cool, airy place, away from heat and sunlight. N e v e r dry a girdle over a radiator. Never use a hot 'iron on a girdle. Iron as little as you can and with a moderately warm iron. Tears or worn places, particularly In the rubber fabric, s h o u l d be darned or mended as soon as possible. Be careful that the needle or a too fine thread doesn't cut the rubber. , Instruction In Shorthand, Typewriting Bookkeeping and Civil Service Training. MRS. A. B. CONOVER Phone 7552 PERMANENTS Our Special complete S wave at this low price. Makes for greater enjoyment of summer activities. Priorities will soon aff«ci our prices. Make you appointment NOW. Corn* plete PUBLIX I E A U T Y S H O P 171 EASl MAIN STREET FHONE Grape Leaf Potholder 5391 By MBS.'ANNE CABOT :. · -' This amazing big green leaf would take prizes at a flower show--and will certainly be coveted when it is exhibited in your kitchenl It's the biggest and best potholder I've ever had-^-except, of course'my giant strawberry holder! The leaf is 9 by 8 inches, is made in two sections, padded and then whipped together with your crochet hook. One side ; is green with lighter veins--the other side is light with dark veins. The is a crocheted cord. It winds down the outer side of the leaf to make handy "grip hold." No matter who is r doing-'the cooking at your house, this.j potholder is going to be one that everybody will grab for! And it stunning and unusual gift for that engaged girl you know! ' For complete crocheting directions for the Grape Leaf Potholder (Pattern No. 5391) send 10 cents In COIN, YOUR NAME and ADDRESS the PATTERN NUMBER to Anne Cabot, The News-Palladium, 211' W. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. Enclose 1 cent postage for each pattern ordered. · ... · · My new Album, about which so many of you have Inquired, Is ready. It is an .attractive 32-page album of the lovely designs you asked ftir and admired--needlework designs'of all types--for all 'the.fam- ily--for the Home and 'for glftsl The name of it is the "Anne Cabot Album." Send 15 cents today for your'copy I · . . MENUS By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Timely Foursome The Menu "nt Bsef Broth Toasted Wafers Noodle Cheese Loaf Tomato ' Sauce ' ' : .. Vegetable Medley Salad Hot Rolls Butter Cherry-Roll Cherry Sauce Hot Coffee Noodle Cheese Loaf 2 cups cooked 1 .tablespoon, noodles or horseradish macaroni (prepared ' . 1 tablespoon kind) chopped 3 eggs, beaten, onions 1 cup milfc. ·· 2 tablespoons H cup soft' . . 1 chopped bread'crumbs green peppers -2-3.cup grated 1 tablespoon -yellow cheese chopped ! teaspoon salt parsley .^* teaspoon paprika Mix Ingredients and pour into buttered loaf. dish. Sake In-moderately slow oven (325) for an hour. Unmold and cover with tomato sauce. Vegetable Medley Salad 2-3 cup diced 2 tablespoons cooked aspar- chopped agus onions 1 A cup diced U teaspoon salt celery % teaspoon 'i cup sliced paprika radishes y t cup French 'A cup sliced dressing cucumbers Mix and chill and serve In bow) lined with salad greens. Cherry Roll (A Summer Special) 114 cups flour · ^ CU p m ivK 2 teaspoons baking powder !i teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons ' fat Mix flour,'baking powder and salt. Cut In fat and add milk slowly. When soft dough forms, pat until about ¥. Inch thick. Spread with butter* and Cherry Blend. Roll up and fit Into greased baking pan. Bake 30 minutes In moderate oven. Unmold and serve warm or cold with cherry sauce. 2 tablespoons · butter Cherry Blend. , i 3 cups seeded 1-3 cup sugar. .red cherries j tablespoons' , 3 tablespoons butter flour . . . ' . . . Mix and quickly spread oh' dough. Slighting Sugar Grandmother's Ginger Cookie* (3 dozen soft ones) teaspoon clovei M teaspoon salt 2-3 cup chopped raisins : Vi cup nuts. (optional)' 2% cups flour 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon baking powder 2-3 cup fat 'A cup sugar (brown If possible) 2 eggs, beaten 'A cup molasses 1 A . cup sour cream 1 teaspoon ginger 1 teaspoon' cinnamon Cream fat and sugar. A'dd rest of Ingredients, Chill dough and drop portions into greased baking sheet, Bake 12 minutes in moderate oVen, Grape Shake (Refreshing Summer Bracer) ·3 cups grape 2 tablespoons juice . lemon juice 'A cup cream 'A cup chopped . 2 cups milk Ice M cup pineapple juice Place ingredients In shaker and shake. 2 minutes. Tartar Sauce (For Fish) 1/3 cup stiff 1 teaspoon mayonnaise chopped 1 olive, chopped 1 teaspoon finely chopped pickles teaspoon finely chopped chives 'or onions P» rsle T W teaspoon ult '/4 teaspoon paprika 1 teaspoon 'lemon juice Mix ingredients and chill Ti nHm dlitrtu of MONTHLY^ Female Weakness AND HELP BUILD UP RED BLOODI Lydla E. Plnkham's TABLETS (with added iron) have helped thousands of girls to relieve functional monthly pain and weak feelings. PInkhairfs Tablets ALSO help build up red blood and thui aid in promoting more strength. Mada especially /or women. Follow label directions. Worth truing I Joe Tittle Sons 89 W. MAIN STREET Pork Chops Ib. Squares Ib. 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