Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 24, 1964 · Page 22
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i". N .6AY, MAY H 1964, lalii AmeHtan FROM 1898 BOOK ... *^-'- • •'- - |- • ___________ --".I. _.l..-^- - - -----..l How to Cook a Husband Is Told By CECtLY BHOWNSTONE Associated Press Pood Editor Some old - fashioned recipes tickle the fancy. One (hat may tickle yours appears in a book called "How to Cook a Husband" by Elizabeth Strong Wortliington, published in 1898 and long out of print. Mrs. Worthington wrote that sire came across the recipe in a newspaper clipping that attributed the rule to "a Baltimore lady." In the 66 years since Elizabeth Worlhinglon's book the husband • cooking recipe has cropped tip at least once in a dc- rarlp, usually in a local cook hook compiled by a group of women to aid some worthy ) cook him. A preserving kettle ; of the finest porcelain is the if best, but if you have nothing but an earthenware pipkin, it cause. But Ihese later versions, my cook-book reading memory holds good, sometimes stray from the version Mrs. Worth- incton reprinted. Here it is: HOW TO COOK A HUSBAND (1898 version) By A Baltimore Lady "A great many husbands are spoiled by mismanagement. Some women go about it as if their husbands were bladders, and blow them up; others keep them constantly in hot water; others let them freeze, bv their will do, with care. "See that the linen, in which you wrap him, is nicely washed and mended, with the required amount of buttons and strings, nicely sewed on. "Tie him in the kettle with a strong cord called Comfort, as the one called Duty is apt to be weak. They sometimes fly out of the kettle, and become burned and crusty on the edges, since, like crabs and oysters, . you have to cook them alive. carelessness and indifference. ! "Make a clear, strong ,steady "Some keep them in a stew, by I fire out of Love, Neatness and I Cheerfulness. Set him as near this as seems to agree with him. "If he sputters and fizzles, don't be anxious; some bus- that any husband will be good,) bands do this til] they are quite managed in this way — turnips L done. Add a little sugar in the wouldn't: onions wouldn't: cab- ' form called Kisses, but no vine- bage-heads wouldn't, and bus- Kpar or pepper on any account, bands won't; but they are real- A little spice improves them, ly delicious when properly treat- but it must be used with judge- cd. "In selecting Irritating ways and words; others roast them: some keep them in pickle all their lives. 'Now it is not to be supposed your ment. husband i "Don't stick any sharp in- you should not be guided by the : strument into him, to see if he silvery appearance, as in buying ! is becoming tender. Stir him mackerel or by the golden tint, , gently watching the while lest as if you wanted salmon. "Be sure to select him yourself, as taste differs. And by the way. don't go to market for him. as the best are always brought to your door. "It is far better to have none, unless you patiently learn to I children. he should lie too close to the kettle, and so become inert and useless. "You cannot fail to know when he is done. If thus treated, you [ will find him very digestible, agreeing nicely vvith you and the PTA NEWS ST. MARGARET'S St. Margaret's PTC held its final meeting of this school sear last week. The Rev. Michael Benedict, pastor, expressed his appreciation for the coopera- ation of the club during the school year. Arthur Landry, leader of Cub Scout Pack No. 3, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, en- c:ourased the parents to allow hoys eight years of age to join the Scouts. Plaques were presented to Mrs. Sam Liggio, Mrs. Frank Aaron and R. J. LeBlanc whu will not return to St. Margaret's next fall. Awards to boys and girls par- Should Ladles At Wsdding Cover Heads? ticipating in the Safety Patrol will be presented to them before the end of the term. A!l parishioners are asked to continue to use the coupons for the Preferred Purchase Plan throughout the summer months. The new chairman for the PPP is Mrs. Dalton Hernandez. Attendance awards for this meeting went to: Sister Mary Marcelene, third place, Sister Mary Camillus, second place and Mrs. John Patin, first place. Should women guests at a wedding always wear a hat or a veil to the ceremony? The answer is yes, with very few exceptions. Only in Congregational, Unitarian and Mormon services is no head covering required. In churches of other demoni- naiions, a head covering is either required or usually worn through custom. So widespread is this practice that even when the ceremony is held at the bride's home, women guests recognize the religious aspect by covering their heads. AttPUNt) WORLD IN 80 •board th« !&r(«*l world cruls* lit>»r ss ROTTERDAM from New York City JANUARY 23, 1965 71 PORTS. RATES fHOM #0$ HB& WTAJIJ CONTACT I RAY ClOSi TRAVEL AGENCY Pioneer JJldjjf. 4 33-857 j SVhen you catch yourself humming the latest tunes, and you do not know a word of them . . . When you get a yen to take off your shoes and walk in the green grass and on the hare earth . . . When, if you are a woman, you wish you had dont' your housecleaning in the fall . . . When, if you are a man, you will use any excuse, even to burying your poor old grandma, just to get to go to a ball game . . . When, to quote Alexander Woolcott, everything you want to do is ... immoral, illegal or fattening . . . Don't rush to a psychiatrist . . . >uu simply have late Spring fever and are yetting ready for a la*y bummer . . . And with this strange malady i-onu's the need for something to wear to fit the mood . . . and that is what we have plenty of at VIVIAN'S! Short sets for the ones who like to wear them; capri pants and knee knockers for the more conservative; fun shifts to mix and match ... but buy them today! We could spend a summer in culottes, especially the ones designed by Vance Originals, They fit so smartly and are so comfortable; and you will like any and all of them, priced from $9.93 to $15.98. For those dressy summer occasions when one needs to be beautiful... but cool... choose one of our drip-dry Carlyes. We are getting new styles, sizes and color* every day—each one a delicate fantasy in fabric. Th£se arc but a few; \ye have lots more: see for yourself; shop tomorrow at VIVIAN'S, 2220 Flam to/ Friends tame in Cocktail the five fruits of canned fruit cocktail — cling peaches, peafSj pineapple, grapes and Riafaschind cherries — comple- fnent aftjr flaw of gelatin; finjoy this assoftmeftt fo fruit and its syrup vvith your favoritef gelatin tonight as either salad of dessert. Start looking fof fresh ftec tarines in markets late in June We// Planned So well planned! Three-part costume for spring - summer travel — blouse and skirt together for luncheon to late-day. Choose linen, knit, tweed. Printed Pattern 9287: Misses' sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 jacket, skirt 3% yards 35- inch; blouse Ic yards. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for mailing and special handling. Send to Marian Martin, Lake Charles American Press), Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly name, address with zone, size and style number. Your free pattern is ready — choose it from 250 design ideas in new Spring - Summer Pattern Catalog, just oiit! Dresses, sportswear, coats, more! Send 50 cents now. Colors Range far In Sports Shirts Sport shirts in both woven and knitted versions appear in a wide range of colors, collars and patterns. Short shirt-jackets have taken hold and are made in many varieties. 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