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I'AGE TWENTY, v ^ U U t t l J i K , UUlNNIiiijJ Serve the Wholesome Walnut For Variety and Economy 9 a \lilS rear there's a record crop- of W a l n u t s . Whon plentiful ami cheap. W a l n u t s slip out of the cleilrncv and doiipert class, and onn b? used whero thoy rightfully \eeetablos, salad o dessert. Chopped*walnuts sprinkled over mashed po- j tatocs. mashed amiash or t u r n i p ? I groatljf' Improve th -SB homely dishes Whole belong--«·( i meat substitute pounii of nu meiits (a f i t u u l In food xaliu; to twij and u h a l f pound-* o{ »Jlblo meat.l Therefore n u t s should ivver he -ad ri nl the end of a heavy din/icj-. and it they arV served as an a c c o m p a n i m e n t to a substantial maul, only very small quantities should bo ii-jeil. The best and the worst of nuts in thnlr prime in that tlieir dellKht- ful flavor te:ripts one t,- c o n t i n u e paling them fur bt^oml disci'-tion -how o f t f n WP hear, "1 Just can't itop eating them. 1 ' And many who pompluiii t h a t n u t a disagree w i t h them are u n w i t t i n g l y mistaken. What they should way is ( h u t once they begin, they ovpiett, with regrettable i eaults. Nuts iii-a wholesome food to mont ppraons, and those who f i n d thorn troublesome because or Injpeifeet tenth can enjoy the flavor quite as much b'/* eating ground nuts. Alno, .ionic of the substltuto-niont loaves ara prepared with mil meats. It the meal la the light variety, ploaaant substance i-.»n be luldet! by including w a l n u t s elthor with tho vegeti.bla t h e y w a l n u t u added to any of the stUails :leasant--and hoiild not b'' restricted to the "wuhloi f s^Uid" \vhirh la morel^* a onmbina'lon of apples, col- cry 'Hid i-hoppcd .vnlnuts on lettuce lijavi-a When it comes 'i dosHU'l., w a l n u t s , win be nsM in an i n f i n i t e number of \\i\yfi S p r i n k l e chopped muata atop any of the ontln sry puddings Ilko rlcp. broad taplin i, c o r n n t a n h , Just bsfors s e r v l i i K "When bale Ing apples, a few w n l n u t H a urlt In tho renter w i t h n spoonful o' s.vi up and n l u m p of buttni will dci'Olop a marvelous flavor. Ordinary Mtriwed dried fruit, l i k e pruru'8. upnoota, pcaclu'S. ave t u r n e d into a q u l ' e fancy deasei t by whipping;, Piling in sherbet Aliases j n d sprinkled w i t h walnuta, crushed or whole. Or n "p'^nsant sweet notice £or puddings, ci'itardB or f r i t t e r s ran !i made VPI · ruddy by malting t O R O t h f r nciual p:rts of b u t t e r , syrup and ,i few tabU* ipaons of crushed w a l n u t s Here's something for v p g e t u i i a n moul Walnut l,oai. 1 cup chopped tuitmeats. the The Home Kitchen I By ALICE LYNN B A R R Y 1 c\p maahfid potatoes, 1 cup breadcrumbs. 1 cup hot milk. 1 egg. 1 tablespoon butter 1 toaapoon salt. '/( tpaspoon pepper, I,et th« breadcrumbs' itwiU in t h « milk, then acid potatoes and, 1 nuta, nthei Ingredients including well- heaton egg- Place in a buttercjd loaf tin or mould and bake in a medium .oven for 46 minutes | Serve with n plain- tomato 'sfnir- or a cream snuce flavored witty a few mushrooms. \ Walnut Croquettes. 2 cup" walnuts ground fine. 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 tabloapoon chopped parsley 1 cug 1 tablespoon b t i t t r r . 2 tablespoons flonr. L cup milk. 1 teanpoon salt. Melt butter, odd flour nnd si'ulu- ally thij cup of hot milk. Htirrine constantly. Blent! tojfpther the walnuts. Ip non juice and salt and add to the thick "saiice with beaten ORB, then sec aside to cool. Roll i n t o croquette shapes, dip In CKK a n d btead- crumbs nnd fry in deep fat until iroltlen brown. Diet and Health BY LUU1 HUNT PHtRS,M.O,AUTHOR Of DIET AND HEALTH* WD'OI .T FOR CH.'.ORCN' Answers to Mothers. Ootl could not ba everuwhere; therefore He made inolhers. --Jewish 1'roverb. D KA.R DOCTOR: I have a son 28 months old. ami I have tried in every ·wa.y to get cow's uillk to agree ·with him. It dooms to agreo with him for Just HO long, and then he grots' an intestinal u p s e t w h i c h malccs h!?n v B r y cranky. Ilia v'ace also breaks out in a rash. Up has had the best pos- ^slbla care since he was a tiny In- fnnt, and I have had htm to sev- ftral baby doctors, but none seems to help him. Ills weight g ' o e s u p n n d down. I am qxilto upset ov-ir this, and dlscoimiROd, too, as T know how valuablo milk is for children. Everything 1 clso seems to furr5t with him. MRS. K." ·r Lulu Hunt Peters M D It may be possible that your baby haa a ocnaittzatlon (aHo Known as an ldlosyncrnsy*or foorl a!lerK') to milk, and you may eventually have to substitute a milk made from nut butters (especially almond), or soy beans. But have you tried boiling tho cow'a milk for throe or four minutes, or putting a little pelaune In H7 It may bo possible, also, he roultl h xntllo a formula made from tho fanned or Urioc! milks. Those ara thoroughly sterilized. =.nd they sometimes aftreo with chllar«n when other milks do not. And somotlmefl buttermilk or artificially acidified milk tvil! ugteo whon sweet milk does not. I misgtat you take this matter up with a baby specialist. i p r e m m o you are uglnK certified milk for your baby, so that you know It ta pu ·. We h.-ivo a list of modern hooltn on the feeilinp; and general caro of children, v.-hlch you may have by observing column rules. * * 9 "Dear Doctor: My two i f t t l e plrls. aped tf n and four yep.rs, both have froitors. We can see that thewe have grown quite a bit in the last car. What would you do It these wer« j o u r gii'la'.' it Boiler hereditary',' "MRS. K." Tho first t h i n g I would Oo, ,Ntrn. K., would ba to t.ilco.my gltls to » competent physician, prefeinbly on» who gpoclallzes lu what we know as Internal medicine. Simple enlargements of the t h y - rokl grland, w i t h o u t arty other "symptoms, are known as simple goiters. They have been pioved to be due to a deficiency of, looln In tho foods or water, or else to sime intestinal condition that ho. 1 } pr ventod Its absorption. In districts where tlio vegetation and water fin known to bo very low or devoid of iodin, these goiters arc very common; hence, these re- grloris are known ,13 sToiter belts. Them is evidently a greater ne.^il for Moclin durlni; adolpseence, and during pregnancy and nursinB, than at other times. If the pregnant woman doesn't git enougrh lodln, or, if for some rensoTi It Is not nbnotbcl. sho Is liable to -levclop goiter, and ao Is her baby. To t h i s extent \V« say It Is horedl'ary. althougli t h » word congenital s tho better term, for It fs not pasted on by the germ cell, as true hereditary factors ara. In tho goiter belts It hai boon found that t h a Incidence of poltnr among; ndolcaccir children has been greatly icclured ly kniin medication or by tho use o ' idodi^ed Rait, and very fwiuontly sol Cera tJwit havrts- already formef! vlth tilnappenr So gee a physician. Mrs. K , unJ set «po- ciftc directions. \\ r e have an ar'lclo on Thyroid Disturbances which you may bare by following coin mi rules. Note: Dr. PeUrs rannot diagnose nor K ve personal nlvlc«. Your iiuratlona, f of conerat interc-U. will be answcrc i In the column in t h e i r turn. [\" uests for nrtlcles or pamphlets on h ml rouat be accompanied hy a f u t l v hclf-udilressed 1 stampofl envdoi e, plus the fullowinp ttmnll charpo ti htl[ cover cost of printing nn] inndlln/j: for each a r l l c l p wnntPrt, i w o crnia In coin; for eiu'li pamphlet t 'n cents In coin. Th» pamphlets are l.alucino and Gaining, of 11 amen, Kidney and Ohmler* Addreow iV. I'etcrp, in care t this paper. W t U o IcEtbly, and not over 200 wotdi. Caracul and Mink | for Winter Coals' Furs That Solve Problem o f ] Wrap for Wear With : Various Frocks. f.apin -r t . u l r l a for sports, ('tmtcitl for street, t u l n U or breltseliwany for t i f t o r n o o i i , vrnrtiie fur evening--how simple ( l i e ctionltig if fur entity w o u l d tx if l l i ^ itiaHor of 'llnniu'p (ll(! nff l i f i i f '.a ic consldf red, ohsorvo. 6 - n fusil Ion writer In HH; Now Vnr!; Titnofi. For fur i-on Is are more l u x u r i o u s and more; d vorsillotl l i m n e.'er bcforo. From l i p i n g a inoro or lens s t a n d a n l - \.t\ f a s l i l u n , U\c h i n r subsci'lhcd en thuiiistlonli.y to th; Idon of f l i p cos- Hunts for tlip occasion ami t h p r c is now ;t f u r font for p v o r v frock nnd every h o u r of f l i p rlsiy. KorttiTiutol.i for (lie *voiiififi who h.'is f i i i a l l v biM'ii forrcfl to the conclusion Unit her old fur coat s i m p l y w i l l not do \ \ i t h I tic now t'ii^liions, t h e m i t l - w i n t e r .showings of turs include ninny f o n t s l i c i t may he worn nround t h e c l i n k , « i t h simple lailorod *nicl« of u i i n l 01 e l a h o r n t o d i n n e r c o s t u m e , and lool both snmrt nnd nptiro|r{nle. t ' l i K - f among (hose more p r a c i i c a l e i t r n u ' d l s aro the caracul and iiilrilti. A l l - h l f i c k continues st t h r h(»i{, r ht nl t h e iriodo for street nnd H f t P i ' i i r o n wear, and tl.erb is noUiIni? b e l t e r t i i n n the caracul coot for genera! u t i l i t y . Tli(: smartest of these B i r f e t ci'atH are made w i t h large crush or scarf collars of the same fin-. A l t h o u g h m a n y women still feel ( h u t Kit! s l u i t g h t l i n e la bi^st for t'oiils n r general wear, and several of Hie s uarf infior 1 ?! tititfce flared iriodi)5 onlv to order, novprfhelf-ss it l» pos slide to t i n t ) c n r n r u i conis i l m t I n t r o ducc a s u h l l e flare, w h i c h l« «i once Mnilht'u' n u d sltMHlerlxInj;, « i t h ' n u he- Ins 'oo cMrerne. A ' s t r e e t coat f r o m \ V n r t h 1» of h l s i c U HuHslati c a r a c u l ·leiidied t o i n d k . i l e t h e w a l n t i i t u 1 . w i t h 'i hem I|![HHU e \ e r MO !lfj;lillv toward the tun I; The n o t c h e d s h a w l collar, m l l c i i 'ui;li 'i t i e ti.'iric, n|it'i'i(s f l i c i l ' - i ' i i ! f tl«» dotiUIrt ciift'. M i n k H c a d a t h e i '^.. for !R DOW considered s u i t a b l e for the youtiK girl nt veil ns for tier mother. These, too, art usually mitdc on slender s t r a i g h t I I ics, w i t h collars of the s a m e ' l ' u r - - f n - i i i e i H l y n short scarf d r a w n Uirouj,d i slot at one side. A smart new IP igtii, which solves t h e prol)lem of I e uneven hemline, is shown In n i h i no-fiunrters coat of Pcr- '.Ifin I n m l i , t h e hem sluntlii!; up t o w a r d f l i p Trout, w i t i crush -"olliir find narrow cuffs of t l " s.itrie f u r . II Is l/i MIC ffirina! a f t e r n o o n coat that t h e \ u t ; i e f o r l u x u r y O n d s i t s f u l l e s t ovpre slon. ,These a i e dp- signed for I l i o woman who has sesernl f u r coiit-;, a n d w h o r u n atl'ord t h e e x t r o i u p if slu desires Broli.schwan/,, r i c h l y imirUed supple as s l l U , Is the coats are nlso used for evening wrnps, For evening w e n r ermine reigns supreme, anil Lhore is endless variety In tlio models, f r o m t h e h l p - l o n g U i j a c k e t , w i t h huge, collar of H u f f y w h i t e fox. to t b « ' exaggeratedly long n n r i aleudcr coat or t-npe, with circular fiare dipping nl the buck, and wide ahawl collar of tlie siune AH- framing the face. Three-quarters cants with tiers, straight coats w i t h drop cnpe col Jura, conU trimmed w i l b sable, mink or a l l v r r fox--there Is an ermine cont lor every type It not for every pocketbook ! Sports Coats, Light Frocks. In the realm of snorts coats we flmi many of the sturdier furs, In y o u t h f u l models having abort jncbcttt or (hree- fiunrter couts treated as part of an ensemble. Also full-lentftli cents on straight lines or w i t h a J a u n t y flflre. I.apln, In mole, beared or the very lijjbt similes, Is f r e q u e n t l y trcntcd ns p u r of tlie twoed sports pniMitnblp, will) scurf or l i n i n g to nmtcli the- frock. Ciinicui eoata, In beige, cocoa or snn'lnlwooti tonen, sb"w (tu I n f l u e n c o of the nuw silhouette by wearing belts of suede at the new waiHtllne. The uinood-!n wnlflllfne a/id (larert com. sponsored by Cbunul In her lopcontn. Is repeated In n coat of griiy 1'erslnri Ian b or Urlmmcr. 'J be tlirt'p-quarters cont of n u t r l f t or beaver la very b m n r t for nports nnd I n f o r n m l street \ \ e n r , ond Is t r e . i t P d either as a t - o p n r n t e cont «t PRI t o( nn cnsi'inblp, t v f t b Jcoi-k of jrji»y or l i g h t n-eicbt tweed, U'lille w h i t e r winds blow, t h e shops arc blossonilng w i t h fiocIA o( sheer woolens imtl flat crepes, p l n l n nntl p r i n t e d , which may !-»· worn no-,v \m df-- t h e fur conta and I n t e r ns ptirt of t h e spring ensemble. In the H m n r t r e t t u i r n n t s one pees Chnnel's frocks of b r i g h t red motmsa, with ( r l p l c fringed hands g t v l n f t ,i bolero effect on tli hoilice nnd ,!ellnlnt; t b f h![)», worn lip'jenth street nmlJi of black ciirncul Or Jniie Hegnj-'s "Venture." a frock mmle of u green am! brown loosely woven tweerj m i x t u r e , w i t h nnrniv, bell of green leiilher. This frock. llUt- HO m n n y of (he new type of «porl (hesses from t h e I'nns r o u t u r l e r a , de pmds for its effect upon i n t r i e r t i e cut arid s u b f l e seaming. ' Pntitou's tullm'cd f roots (it sheer wool in n. soft shitrio nt beljre bos a girdle w l t S i b u t t o n e d tabs slipped I I roupb a slot, nnd an interesting sl.lrt cut w i t h an ! n \ e i - t e d p l n l t and a circular tlru-e lu the front, 'i he bodice b-ittons in I be f r o n t find bus u (lower o ' the f n b r l c in !t« t r i m lapel. A n n r row VRStec of yellow gives an effee t i v e note of cnntniKt. Uses Sunburst P l a i t i n g . Clnlre Soenrs sponsors the pcplurc In a frock of green (lot i-ippe, w i t h n h i g h I)olt nnrt live tlti.v bows of tho unterial for decoration, Suuburst j.lnHIng, n new note, appears on ibis f r o c k iu low Kt'df's w h i c h repent the I , n r c ol the prphim. From t h u snme I oust" comes a clever three-piece stilt u'blcb Kives the effect of n frock for wear under n fur c-nnt u t i d w i l l l a t e r i n n K e a sronrl streel ctiafume. This f i l l ; , i b r l R l i t t u i v y j-hoer wool, b u s a shod jiielrpt with l i n y tucks d e f i n inj4 t h e w a i s t l i n e It is lini-shed w i t h H aciirf collar and Jabol l i n e d w i t h i h e line cheeked b l u e and w h i l e tu«- j.nh w h i c h also serves for Ihe blouse. F l n t crepe frocks appear In the b r i g h t b i l l i a r d Kreens, (laj; blite.s and '·eda w h l e h m a k e effective contrast w i t h (he d a r k fur fonts, nnd also In rhe more subtle, gt-ayod-over rose, b l u e nnd green sbarifs wponpored by belong. The so-cnlled l i n e n blues-soft slmdofi w i t h a n l n t of KI-H.V--are e s p e o l n l l y good w i t h b l a c k fur con la. Callot makes n r a l h o r f o r m n l rest a n r n n t frock of preen crepe de chine, shaping It with t i n y pin t u c k s to plve n decided prlncefis eileet, and bordering it w i t h gcorgetle to m n l c h the collar. This is very smai-i w i t h « formal coat of black broadtail. Many of the fl»t f crepe frycks t n k e their I n s p l r n t l o n f r o m V J o n n c t , w i t h bloused bodices, I n t r i c a t e cut, and Ingenious arrangement?! of acnrf collars. The prints am more In vugvie than ever. They appanr In n grent variety of patterns for daytime, I n t r o d u c i n g n springlike note In m i d w i n t e r fashions. Dots, checks and plnlcia are n i l approved for the street and semi- sports frock, nnd thore nre many patterns which s i m u l a t e f h e effect of broken weave r a t h e r t l i n n design. 5'atou's llly-of-the-vnlley and dogwood prints imve caused much comment, and promise to IntrorHice a vogue for deslgna of e m a i l l e a l l s t l c blus^dinsj BCuttered on dark h n U g r o u n d x ,,f r,i-,li i n . lh-p.'tullni upon i ho t l i - i i | t IP I i i i ' ^ *'lil', f h o r u i n k i n H iiin'-s n \ t t , "il.id- ' n n d " i l ' e c n ' s t f y f n ( l i e lu-^ln i i l i i ^ f i s d l i f A ( h e e x p e i n l l n i u ' in t h e lixiji f ' . i i i ' n r n i l f j U iji "u- of UK- 'c« f i n * MM)'.! *.»jirin o n o u f f l i for e \ i rente .\, - ' i n ' n u i n i i i s I t vteiirs i i d n i l r u b l v A 1 MI , !»· n n\ j,|iop, l u i u t i , tf;i and '!; v -, \ -n nt on t v ) d.irire--In ii ns'iik r m 1 ,i' i he ct'j r«-(.tl cliirt. ' . ' t ' i - . I ' l t i ' i n i i 11. i i n u ' h c r e\i-'M!eni *b'."t- 'or t U u u . L i U f l l i f l coiU i'Ud Ui:i» ( Street Coat of R u s s i a n C a r a c u l on M o c l i f a d Princess Linos. fur p.ir \ i lleiii-o fur fliese KiHgt'uus f u i u used ' ir the i n l l i i r , /mil h u r e tti« '[ii-ti liaib" f si-, m i n t ; , ssiililu, t i h t - r f c i x at c b i u i M i l ., mid ( h ! ilu.d l u n c h of ' H s t l i K t i u i i '1 In' i r i i M inn n c.i.it / - h n i c r i for 11- t i - . i i i U l i . - i i . I - I H ,ni \ e i v ( n u n , M l i i n I I I H S . i l i p p l i ^ In ,, |i.||if .,) die hiu-U t o l n i l ' . u i , ' l i e i n l i i i ( it! ( h f f o n i u i l f''"' 1 !'- I ' · l l y h t i D U i l t f i ' i l )f ti) O l l n i t r e , n i i . i 'id!, M |,,i,. c . t -,,|l,., r of ,, U1 , T h e t h i - e n u M i - t p r * ennt 1 » lt"wn r'nr i t i f inou li l i r w i ' S i r a i n k or . , t jim cnracul a n d Sf'.ence oid H u m o r It t.-i it I ' u i l o u a fact ( l i n t b c 1 e n i , n serious nnd pniuh'i'OiiH Biibjoft, K m u e t l a i e a cnui'eixlsj In-hind It n v e r y bttnse of h u m o r , else \ \ l i y tho b i r t h ot " A l i c e lu \ V o i i d p r l n i i d , " wn from Ilia b r u i n of u profi'hsiloiuil I m m o r U i , but o u t it f l i u u blmales of ono Lew la Cm l o l l , jci ha iiiiikr'd b i n L'hcnpB from Ibi: p i e e l s l o n j i o f i m i t l i e m i i l l e n l c i i t e u l l i - Uoii'j p r o p r t u u d i ' d by bis K i ' h o i n s l i c self/ No one I t ' i i r n l i i i i t l i u t U n a poem on Ireps, by .loira K i l m e r , would e v a r su.peri t h a i li h u d been m i d of h i m thru w h e n e v e r hu t o u c h e d Ihe grlpd- iitonp of h f p . ( h o i 9 flew up n shower of i p a i - U s . -- I n d i n n a p o l l s ON You Have Mover been Values Like You Outdoors? Notice v today's bargains in the "Autos for Sale" colu/nn of The Daily Courier's Classified Section. 110 Wrs Tnun'onl A vr., r o n n o l l s i Illo, Pa. in llnrhvnro

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