The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 6, 1930 · Page 16
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March 6, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

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FACE SIXTEEN. ] D A I L Y t'OCmnSR CONNELJ.SVrijlJB, PA. T m " H ^ I A \ , A! \ l l C I f G, People Fx-AfghanKingDivorce Queen Fair Entrants in Southland Pageant ,'Convicted "High Priestess" Amannllak, former Kfog of Afghanistan, who lost his throne to Bacho Sahao, an Afghan water boy, is reported from Constantinople ·a wiHing to divorce Queen Sourya, they having lived aeparate lira* for at/rural BsoaUu baeaus* abe ambracad tba Catholic faitfe. Paroled, Bids Wife FareweD Dr. Thomas (Engliah Totniny) GDekrirt (rightV B.iyinp fare^weQ to Ids wife, Doris (in wheelchair), when she left Philadelphia for Mount Alto, Pa., wher* she will eater a sanitarium from which aba ·will probably never come out alive. GUchrist is serving a thre*- year sentence in th* Bouse of Correction following conviction on a «h*r8 of illegal possession of narcotics. At the loft is taeir daugh- tte, Conztanr. SAY GOODBYE IN CHAIR'S SHADOW This pathetic picture shows William R. Howell, 21, Michigan prison convict, as he said goodbye to his father, W. H. Howell, 65, in front «f th« death cell at the Little Rock, Ark., penitentiary, in which the ·Ider Howell has been sentenced to die for a triple murder. The son was granted a furlough to visit has father and fellow convicts made up his rail fare. The father ban been given a stay of execution.' The land of sunshine will again witneee an exemplary battle--this time, however, it will be a battle i of beauty, attended by the Queen of Beauty from t «very land, all seeking the honor, of "most beaoti- iful. Above are pictured some of the fair contestants (left) Evelyn Witt, acclaimed Queen of Beauty in her native State of Pennsylvania. Martha l^Uek, of Pittafield, Mass., who will represent MM Bay State; Mary Dean, who aailed from Cristobal, Canal Zoi e, to carry the laurel* for "Miss Canal Zone." Center) Baydee Morales, 16-year-old Nicaaragw 1 girl, who b*ara the title of "Miss Nicaragua " (Lower) Mian Dor«en Dendix, one of London's noat beautiful'hostesses, Is considered an authentic ye of Knglish beauty. n,«TM,i AK~ » I ~, I* Deposed Queen In Weyler Seriously 111 Quizzed About Jewel* Seclusion of Clo bier ___^*«*^J_ ' ^^^^^^^ n'** B; ' r ^_T1HB^ r 7Bhiinii Archduke Leopold of Austria, above, is being questioned by the New York district attorney's office eonoerninjf the sale of tho diamond necklace which Napoleon presented to his second wife, the Empress Marie Louisa of Austria. The necklace, declared to be worth $400.000, is eaid to have be«n sold to a New York jeweler tor $60.000, in the presence of Archduke Leopold. The Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria. owner of the necklace, declares **»f has not received payment *-- it A portrait made many ye or* ago of th*'then Queen Natalie, of Serbia, whom the world belie 1 es died, some time ayo of a broke) heart. The truth of the mutter i* hat the queen, as she i« still called, now 71 years old, live* in- the ttrii t seclusion of the Convent oi Notre Dame Di Si on in Paris. Sh« is the mother of the aa*« winaUd King Alexander of Serbia, Because of the advanced age of Gen. Valeriano Weyler little hope is expressed for his recovery from broncho-pneumonia, at Madrid. He is 92 and was leader of the Spanish troops in Cuba during the · Spanish-American war. Why That Meringue "Goes Wrong 9 'So Frequently T O elortf? a very plain or pto add merinxtie. It the oimptaRt dlab attractive, e«veciaUy it forokl throu«:li a paatry tub* Into decorativB peak* aj»4 ·plrala. But it can be »pr«*d ·mooth- ly with a knll* tat torso, a potty brown top. Marlngruo to eacy exio«|1i to mak», bat unlee* a few raium are obturvea. It mar gx wroa*. It mar be too brown, or too hard, or, wor»t of all, CO flat. In which Mala it doesn't look alluring and ha» tb* tooctor* ot rubber. The ba«ta of rowing-lie to white of tfg. and the Invariable rut* about «gg cooking applio*---modemta beat. If th« n»«rtcirue U left In an oven that in too hot it will brown very quickly, but later Batten and be touch. Aloo, It niMlnru* !· nread over a hot pudding or pie it will flat- bin. It will aloo hnv* a wrinkled appearance Instead of betuc MnooUi and puffy. A too «low orva to wt a* bad. If the oven la not warm enough then the bubble* In the stlffbr beaten erv wbUa* will coUapa* be«*» tb«y cook. mixture then m«Itc 1 rom ·mow-like «tat« to A llquM whtch, ot courae. doenn't owk pro- erly. Bo much for the roa«o«ui by ater- inru* KOWI wrong. Now, bo-' to prepare a puffy runringuc: Merfngue (or Pie «r fm t «KS whltea 4 table*po«aa mogxt. H tnaopoon vanilla. Beat tho ofg vui.'tea ot £B th«n gradually sift In th* iu car, continually beating, and finally add the vanilla. That 1* all u the a -UUn« of a mcrina^w. It mu«t be spread tmmedlt t«^y and aent to the ·ven at onre. I allowed to stand the air bubbles w 11 break and the mixture dlanoive, ar i It cannot be beaten up properly a. aln, If, therefore. th» oaerincue i for a nowly-baked jjl* or puddlnsr t should not be prepared until the d* aert ha» been cooked and complctel cooled. Tho merin E-UII muJit be »pr ad on a coot surface, than pbvced li a moderate oven Lot bake from elkht to fifteen minute*, until a list t golden brown, and a* Boon iu it u properly colored remove tract the o en. A meringue may be a d wwrt In itaett. A de lux* rtotauran The Home Kitchen By ALICE LYNN BARRY meringue irtace--which kt m«sr- ·beil fllted with M» cream. T~h*M meringue «bell» have to be a little firmer than the spread on top of a dessert: Mertacne SheUs (Far 1 egg white*. 1 cup sugar. 3 teaspoona baking powder. % teaapoon vanilla. Beat age whites until BtifT, and very slowly add the sugar, beating constantly, (Baking powder should be Bitted with the sugar first.) Finally add the vanilla. Plac* even apoocfulfl on a paper or pan, leaving plenty of space In between for spreading. Start In a moderate oven, leaving door slightly open for the flr»t thirty mlnuteo, then close th* door so that the heat la slightly Increased, and bake for another thirty minute*. Theae meringue shells may be filled with a variety of delicacies. Plain whipped cream, chocolate flavored, or mixed with crushed berries, or a scoop of Ice cream, A ·lightly tart fruit i» especially good to blend with the heavy aweetnea* of the Ready for 48th Six-Day Bicycle Race The contestants in the 48th international six-day .4. bowl in Madison Square Garden, New York. Fif- bicycle race waiting for the bark of the starter's I teen t«* ana, composed of the champion racers of th* run, held by Fred Stone (extreme left), the famous United States and Europe, started in the contest actor, to beein their lonar grind around the wooden I which ii held annually. l^y '- / ' -,-" i'\ \ Mre. Mary Otis Blackburn, "north 3tar" of the mysterious colt of the Koyal Arm of th Great Eleven, and her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Wieland-Rtzzo, who testified that she had often seen angels when ·he took the witness Hand to explain the strange religious sect of which she and her mother have been guiding: forces. Mrs. Blackburn waa found guilty of theft upon the complaint of Clifford Dabney, wealthy oil cperator. who said the "north star" had bilked him out of a cool S,0,000 in connection with her proposed book "The Great Sixth SesL" In the Arena at Brazil Mr. Joao Pessoa (left) it candidate ot the Liberal Party for the vice-presidency Of the Republic of Brazil Mr. Vital Scares, Governor of the State of Bahia, is the Republican candidate for the game office. Severij casualties' have taken place during political campaign riota in this South Amt*ican country, Mr Mello Vianna, vice-president of the Republic, hating bten seriously wounded taring one of the rota. Air Romance Honeymooners Although she has "taken dictation" from him for several yean fn the capacity of hi* office secretary, the former Miss Olrvp Ann Mellor will no lonrt-r play a subordinate role, according to Walter H. Beech, nationam known aviation leader. The two became husband and wife in Wichita, Kan., recently, and are now enjoying an aerial honeymoon The groom i- president of Travel Air, iarg* commercial aircraft company, and [-resident of the Curtisa-WxigM Soles Corporation of Mew York. Handle With Care! Carefully tagged with her name and destination, little five-year- old Dorothy Bamton sit* thoughtfully on her suitcase Awaiting further developments. She is shown during the brief New York break in her solitary transit from Cleveland to her home in Germany. Dorothy hat just completed a six month** visit with relatives in Y

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