The Nebraska Farm Journal from Topeka, Kansas on December 15, 1922 · 17
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The Nebraska Farm Journal from Topeka, Kansas · 17

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Friday, December 15, 1922
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December 15, 1922, THE NEBRASKA FARM JOURNAL 17 Nine Winter Fashion Tips Circular Skirts Are Being Worn Again BY M HS. HELKN LEE CllAIG 1495 Womens Apron. The real value of a slip-on apron is judged by its ability to cover the garment underneath. Sizes small, medium and large. 1505 Womens and Misses Dress. Circular skirts are in fashion again. Trimming bands around the waist and neckline make this frock especially attractive. Sizes 10 years and 30, 38 and 40 inches bust measure. 1570 Womens Dress. Any of the twills that are now shown would make irp prettily in this style. Sizes 30, 38, 40, 42, 44, 4G48 and 50 inches bust measure. 1504 Womens Dress. This style exploits the popular flat front with a slight drape of material to one side. Sizes 34, 30, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust measure. 1582 Womens Dress. Attractive dresses for around the home make housework seem easier. Sizes 34, 30, 38, 40, 42 and 44 inches bust measure. 1374 Womens Dress. This style combines the low waistline with the popular use of two materials very cleverly. Sizes 30, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust measure. 1580 Girls Dress with Bloomers. This cunning garment combines a slip-on jumper dress with a pair of rompers. The dress may be slipped off while playing. Sizes 2, 4 and 0 years. 1570 Girls Dress. Bertha collars have invaded the very young girls fashion domain. Sizes 8, 10, 12 and 14 years. 1430 Womens Dress. The novel combination of twro materials gives the effect of a separate jacket and skirt while in reality it is a one-piece dress. Those patterns may be ordered from the Pattern Department, The Nebraska Farm Journal, 412 S. 19th St., Omaha, Neb. Price 15 cents each. Give size and number of patterns desired. Advertisement. Ask Mary Lane Lee If you have a perpfexing problem of any kind, send it to Mary Lane Lee, The Nebraska Farm Journal, 412 South 19th St., Omaha, Neb. Give name and address. If a personal reply is desired send self-addressed, stamped envelope. How to Clean Records I have several soiled phonograph records. Will you tell me how they may be cleaned? P. O. Rub them with a soft cloth which has been dampened with alcohol. Then dry them with a piece of soft silk or velvet. Chicken Loaf Have you a recipo for chicken lodf? Mrs. F. B. Here is a good recipe for chicken loaf : 1 chicken 1 teaspoon salt cup fresh bread teaspoon paprika crumbs 3 eggs 1 cup milk Cut up the chicken and cook it until it is tender. Remove the meat from the bones and force it thru the food grinder. Cook t lie bread crumbsin the milk to a thin paste, stirring constantly. Add the salt, paprika and chopped meat. Add the well beaten yolks of eggs and fold in the whites beaten dry. a urn the chicken mixture into a buttered inoTd and shake the mold that it may settle evenly. Set iii a pah of hot water and bake slowly until the loaf is firm. Turn onto a hot platter. Insects Destroying 'Furniture Insects are boring holes in the oak window seat in our living room, Can you tell me what to do to kill them? Mrs. E. W. The insect is'' known as the powder post beetle. Treat the wood with kerosene. It should be applied liberally in order that some of the kerosene will soak into the exit and, entrance burrows of the insects. The kerosene will not seriously injure the oak finish. In a day or two the kerosene can he wiped off. Apply a second coat a few weeks later. Examine the other woodwork, especially the baseboards and casing of the'doors. You may find the beetles working there, too. Teakettle Should Be Washed Will you fell mo how to keep the inside of a teakettle from becoming coated? Mrs. D. S. The best thing to do is to empty, wash and dry the teakettle at night just as you wash and dry any utensil. Even clean water will leave a deposit which in time will affect the metal. Health Bulletins The Department of Public Welfare, State House, Lincoln, announces the following bulletins for distribution. They will be sent to all rural readers requesting them. Prenatal Care (Instructions to expectant mothers. ) Pattern for Babys First Clothes'. Your Baby and How to Keep It Well. Breast Feeding. Bottle Feeding. Food for Young Children. Height and Weight Standards for Babies under 4 years old. Height and Weight Standards for BoyX and Girls. IIow to Avoid Tuberculosis. Wonderful Story of Life. (A mothers story to her daughter on life and reproduction.) Transmission of Disease by Flics. Good Water for Farm Homes. Diphtheria Its Cause, Cure and Prevention. Fhlld Health Alphabet. Tho Child. All About Milk. How- to Hold a Baby Health Conference. Contagious Disease Outlines. (For Schools.) Child Care and Child Welfare. (Study outline for clubs.) I)o your best and you will feI your best ! She Knows how to use left-over bread and make the farm hands like it LOTS of bread was used on her table, but lots of it also was left J over. She used to throw away a lot. But now she knows what to do with it, for one day she found a recipe which, told her how to use raisins in bread pudding. It made a new dish of it. Men who didnt like plain bread pudding were delighted with the raisins and became enthusiasts. Raisin Bread Pudding Three-fourths cup Sun-Maid Seeded Raisins, 2 eggs, Vi teaspoon salt, butter size of an egg, Vz cup sugar, cinnamon to taste, Ms large loaf of stale bread, 2 bananas or apples. Soak the stale bread over night in water. When time to make the pudding press as much water as possible from the bread so that the bread is about the same consistency as 'dough, then take a fork and get all lumps out. Do not leave the crust if it cannot bo mashed to the same consistency as the bread. Add well beaten eggs, salt and stir. Add raisins mixed with the butter. Put into dish in layers, covering each, layer with sliced banana, sugar and cinnamon. Bake in slow oven until brown. Serve with whipped cream. All measurements fur this recipe are level. Blue Package ( seeded ) best for pie and bread Now she never wastes a slice of bread. She even has to bake bread especially to make this pudding. Try the recipe and see how good it is with Sun-Maid Raisins Hear your men folks call for more, and how they compliment you. Try it now. Be sure you get Sun-Maids the finest raisins grown. Your retailer should sell you Sun-Maid Seeded Raisins (in 15 oz. blue packages), the best bread-pudding raisins, for not more than 20c. Insist on Sun-Maids, the kind you know are good. Mail coupon for free book of tested Sun-Maid recipes. . Sun-Maid Raisin Growers Membership 13,000 DEPT. B-4312, FRESNO, CALIFORNIA CUT THIS OUT AND SEND IT 1 Sun-Maid Raisin Growers, I Dept. B-4312, Fresno, Calif. ' I I'lease send mo copy of your free book, "Keclpcs with Itaisflis.1 Name. 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