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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MISS CRABTRKE. The engagement of Miss Elinor Crabtrce to M. Milton Buzan has been announced by the parents of (he bride-to-be, Mr. ,,and Mrs. Sam P, Crabtree of •Patterson, 111. The wedding ..'will take plaee July 3 at the Wilmington Baptist Church in Patterson. The Rev. O. W. Shields of'St. Louis, v!U officiate. The bride-elect, n graduate ' : of ' Alton Memorial Hospital 'School of Nursing, is a member of the Alton Registry of Private Duty Nurses, and makes her home at 1904 Park Ave. Mr. Buzan, son of Mrs, Kd• win Buzan 3106 Burton St., and the late Mr. Buzan, received his B.E. degiee. in electrical engineering from University of Illinois, and is employed ns research engineer for Hay-lirite Lighting, Inc., St. Louis. MR. AND MRS. HARRY PAUL MATERNE JR., were -married Saturday In the First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. E. J. Vance officiating Mrs. Materne is the former Miss Martha Ann McBurney.— Staff 'photo. "Family Night" Supper At BnplIM rhtirrh Last of a series of "family night" suppers at the First Baptist Church will lake place Sunday, 6 o'clock. Members of (lie congregation whose names begin with A through G will bring n hot dish; from H through N, a salad, and from O through /, dessert. Luncheon-Shower for Mr*. Frank Ford Mrs. Victor C. WJIle of 2112 Mollnnd SI., was hostess to a luncheon Thursday, entertaining in honor of Mrs. Frank Ford, 2116 Holland St. Mrs. Ford, the former Miss Emily Crowe, was presented wltii gifts. Iris and spirea were used in the table appointments, and covers were arranged for 17 guests. Mrs. Wille was assisted In serving, by Mrs. John F. Crowe, Mrs. Julius Boet'ncr and Mrs. Lee, Temple. Mrs. Steven Baron, Mrs, Ford, Mrs. Thomas Hunt, Mrs. Glonn Scott, Mrs, Paul Rowe, Mrs. Robert Spill man and Mrs. Temple excelled at games played following lunch- con and received prizes. Mnr(|urt|p (iyiii Cliisa To Hold J'nMry Sale Gym classes of Marquetle High School will hold a pastry sale Saturday beginning al il o'clock in Sears Roebuck & Co. Garden Store on*Fourth street at Pia'sn. 1'iisl Presidents Parley' With Mr*. iMiilmnry Mrs. Harry Mahoney of 700 Washington Ave,, will be hostess to members of the Past Presidents Parley of American Legion Auxiliary next Tuesday evening. The meeting will bo held at (!::!() p.m., at American Legion Home, ni'Molii.v-Kulnbnw Hinien Tonight DeMolay and Rainbow or- ganisations will sponsor their weekly dancing parly HI Franklin Masonic Temple, from 8:.'!0 to Jl::!0 o'clock, tonight, and special recorded music and selections by the IVMolay dance band will be provided. The report of the ballots cast by DcMnlays and Rainbows a I the special entertainment meeting on April 1!, resulted in the nomination of the following Rainbows who will be the candidates for the 1954 DcMolay- Rainbow Sweetheart Queen. They are Carole fousley. Delores Guhser, Barbara Lindsay, JoAnn Slandefer and Marilyn Nuse. Ballots to select the Queen will be mailed this week 10 all members ol De.Molay and Hmn- bow and must he returned by May 13. The coronation dance will take place Saturday. May IX Entertainment committee will meet next Tuesday night at 7:'!0 o'clock al Franklin Temple to complete plans for this event »3 well as to consider the .summer program of social activities. ItecitaU Sunday ut Jessen Cuiibcrvutory Series of recitals Will be given Sunday, May 2, at the Jes- seri Conservatory of Music, on East College avenue. First and and second grades will present a program at 2 o'clock, third and fourth at 3, and fifth and sixth at 4 o'clock. The final recital at 5 o'clock will be by an all-boy group. | Another pupil recital is being arranged for May 16 at the YWCA HiiNlnens filrli To Honor Mother* •The YWCA Business Girls Club will honor their mothers at a special Mother's Day dinner Tuesday, May 4, at the YWCA. Each member will bring her mother as a guest. Dinner will be served al 6:30 o'clock, followed by a program of music given by the Kaye Shanahan Singers and group singing of melodies which were favorites in our mother's young days. All dinner reservations should be made at the YWCA before Monday, May 3. Business Girls Club invites all employed women to participate in this special mother- daughter program. Beta Sigma Phi Marks Founders Day Three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority marked founders day at an annual banquet Thursday night at the Mineral Springs Hotel. The local chan- terfc 1 are 2eia Xi, Gamma Upsilon and Theta Omicron. and 70 members wore present. Degrees were conferred by Mrs. Jean Schulz, exemplar. Miss Alyce Gis.sal. ritual of jewels, and Miss Gloria Wolff, pledge. Sweetheart queens selected for the next year are Mrs. FranK Nagy, Zeta Xi; Miss Betty Jo Dinwiddie, Gamma Upsilon; and Miss Amelia Evanoff, Theta Omicron. lat of Fun Club With Mr*. Pace Lot of Fun Club was entertained Thursday night by Mrs. Pal Pace of 1209 Union St. After prizes in games were awarded to Mrs. pace, Mrs. Edward Douglas, Mrs. Alice Pace, Mrs, Harry Milnor and Mrs. Jacque Jacoby, refreshments were served. In two weeks Mrs. Alice Pace - of Locust ftreet, will entertain ^tiwuJyfc MISS S Annniinremnnl is being mnde nr HIP engagement of Miss i'e-iw Sti/ krjs tri Edwin Oetlle, son r,[ Mi and Mrs. Kennnlh Orllli' df Godfrey, by parrnts ol tlu p In irl''-ici be. Mr And Mis riydn siiikfls. x:;r> Hire st , Wood f?i\rr The couple p|,-ni H .Iut;r' wedding. Mi'..s Shekel* is a Kfddiifitp of Hi" East Alton-Wood River ("oiMtminiiy Hich School nnd is employed in th* 1 office of the G I.. Miller Motor Rales, Waii- ke|;:ili. Mi. Oftllo was graduated from Ahon Hich School, arid is a Ktiir|i<nl at Great. Lakes Rible Institute. I'.K.O., <{(! rlmpter, Mr-elhiH Mnndny Chapter GG ol P. E. O.. will meet Mnndjiy evening, 7:30 o'clock, with Miss Flora Sonn- tfig, !>1H Henry SI. George H. .Iiilletneyer will speak on Interior Decorating, and Mrs. W. C. Thnyer will give a report r>n the slate P. E. O. convention held April 22, 23 nnd 24 in EdRcwnter Beach Hotel, Chi- Mr. ami Mr». llanel Honored Lnat JVIgltt Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank L. llanel of 3552 Aberrlprn Ave., were surprised Thuwlny evening in observance of their Ihirly-fifth wedding anniversary by GO friends, Including neighbors, nnd received mnny Rifls. Mrs. llanei is the former Miss Josephine Bitrney. Robert Sdimidl, pianist. SI. I/oulfl, favored with selections, nnd Mrs. LUey HaRen read a pdem she had written In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. linnet. The buffot table was centered with a Her wedding enkc, and tulips. WeddinR bells were also used in the parly appointments. Favors were match boxes in- Scribed with Frank and Jo. i Welcome Club Meet* YoMlenliiy Welcome Club met ^ycslerrlny at the home of Mrs. Wallace Hond In Helhallo and luncheon was 'served. Birthday Rifts were presented to Mrs. Perry Clark, and duriiiR the afternoon bunco was played, Mrs. Karl Hedrieks, Mrs. Bluford Erwin, Mrs. Frank (irn?.lnnn. Mrs. Al Hulehins, Mrs. Reno Slefano and Mrs. Clark were awarded pri/es. Next month Mrs. llutcliins of Bcthiilto will entertain the club. Frynwn-IMnyer Wedding Dale Advanced The diite for the weddin« of Miss Joan Moyer, daiiRhler ol Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mover, 171)1) Liberty St., to Virgil Fryman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Fryman of .lerseyville. bus been advanced from June 11! to May R. due to overseas orders received by the prospective bridegroom who is serving in tbo I.!. S. Navy, Tho couple's wedding will take place at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, May 8, in St. Mary's Church. A reception will lie held at the Moyer home in the afternoon. I'leilyt's I'.'iitrrtaln I'M Tim OmcKii Sorlty Phi Tail Omega Sorority bad a party and wiener roast Monday nifiht at Westerner Club, with pledges as hostesses. Alter the wiener roast games and other entertainment u-(>re prmnlod by the hostesses, the Misses Charlotte Hidder, Pat Scoggins, Sandra Moore, Marilyn Jim. Barbara Chamberlain, Nancy Vine and Beverly Kuhn. The sorority will have a meeting at 7:.'!0 o'clock Monday evening, at the Mineral Springs Hotel, and plans will be made tor attending a convention at the Sheraton Hotel, Chicago, June 11. lulu M|»»ilcm Sorurlly la Meeting Iota Kpxiliin Sorority met Thursday night al tho home of Miss Hctly Fortsc-hneider I'M Kits! Fifth St. Itaiiiboti 1'nhlry Sale Siiltinlay Members of the Alton Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Uirls, will ba\e a pastry sale beginning at 1(1 o'clock Saturday morning in Young's. FRIDAY. APRIL 30. 1954 PIANO STUDENTS WILL PRESENT A RECITAL nt 3 o'clock Sunday aft- rrnoon in Iho East. Alton-Wood River Community Hi^h School. Tho young women sludcrils of Mrs. Clarice RufledRc Ferguson, arc'from the left, Miss Sharon Smith' Miss CJiriRrr Wnlmsley nnd Miss Shirlono Atkins.—Staff pholo. ' Sornplimlst* Dnnrn Siilnrclny Night Soroplimisl Club of Alton will linve a spring dance from 9 to 1 o'clock Saturday nigh^ In the Alton nnd Riviera rooms of Hotel Stratford. Music will be furnished hy Jerry Goller and his orchestra. The dance Is open to the public, and reservations may bn made by calling Miss Frances Hi-lining, 2~>7 West Ifllh St. Guests nt. the dance will be entertained by a specialty dance number by Judy Allen and Harriett Renken, students nt Alton School of Dance. Mis* ,lcwn 1'Mle Weds Kd\v»rd f'nlilmnn Miss Joan File of Jersey- vide became tho bride of Edward Theodore Pohlmnn of Oirrollton in n double ring ceremony which took place at fl o'clock Saturday morning in Ihe Church of the Holy Ghost, Jerseyville, where the cnndle- lighled nll/ir WHS adorned with bnuquclK of spring flowers for the nuptials. The Rev. Paul P. Heinen, pastor, officiated at the service and afterwards rend nuptial tnnss. The wedding marches were played by Mrs. Francis Allen of Jerseyville who sang an "Ave Mtiria," "On This Day, O Beautiful Mot Her" and "Heart of Jesus, Hear." Miss Mary Neal Dolan of •Torscyvllle nnd James I'ohl- nuin of Ctirrnlllon, brother of the bridegroom, wore attendants for the couple, and John Pohlman Jr., another brother of tho groom, nnd Donald Prangor of Currollton, were ushers. .For her wedding the bride chose a suit of lifiht gray wool with navy accessories and a corsage of pink glamelins. Miss Dolnn wore a suit of olive green wool with British tun accessories nnd her corsage was composed of white glfimelias. Kollowing the wedding the bridal parly and immediate relatives were served brenk- fiist nt the Hemhlen restaurant in Knne where the table was centered by a tiered cake. Mr. and Mrs. Pohlman left later for a wedding trip to Jowa and upon their return will reside in rarwllton. The bride, who is a daughter of Mrs. Alice File of Jerseyville and Harold File > of Shelbyville, liul., is n gr'ad- uato of the-Jersey Community High School. She is employed as a cashier in the Jerseyville office of the Central Illinois Public Service Co. The bridegroom is n son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pohlman Sr,, of Carrollton. and is a graduate of St. John's School, Carrollton, nnd attended Illinois Stale Normal University. lie is employed by the Ponliac Agency, Carrollton. 1'Vte Member*) n( HrUhil I'nrly ut Luncheon Miss Jo Ann Hughes of Jer- seyvillc, whose marriage will take place in May, entertained the young women who will be members of her bridal parly at a luncheon Thursday evening at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hughes in Jerseyvilli. Miss Hughes will become the bride of Cadet Millie Lewis linker at 'J o'clock in the alter- noon of May 1?9 at the First Methodist Church, Jerseyvillc. The wedding theme was used for the appointments of the luncheon tab) e, bridesmaid dolls marking the places for the guexts at the table which was centered by spring flowers. Miss Hughes presented gifts to her attendants at the party, Guests were Miss Sue Baker of Shipman. sister of Air Cadet I CARPETING 0 ROOM~Hzfe OB WALL TO WALL • ALL WEAVER PATTERNS AND COLORS 9 ROBERTS SMOOTH EDGE INSTALLATION • FREE ESTIMATE AND DECORATOR SERVICE GIBSON FURNITURE CO. 417 K. Broadway ~ i» hone 3 OPEN AN EASY PAYMENT ACCOUNT P,:iker, who will serve ns junior bridesmaid in Ihe bridal party; Mrs. Russell Ba/.e and Miss Velmn Jean Gray will be bridesmaids; Miss Mary I^ois Hughes, sister of the bride- elect, who will serve as maid of honor, and Mrs. Gerald (ley- en nnd Mrs. Hubert. Hughes, who will be candlelighlers. Mrs. Earl Baker, mother of Ihe prospective groom, and Mrs. Ed. Heyen of Shipman were nlso present. Medical Auxiliary Tea In Kiltvnrrliivlll* Woman's Auxiliary to the. Madison County Medical Society will have a guest, day nnd lea Monday, May 3, 2:30 o'clock, in SI. John's Mcth- fxllsi Church, Edwardsville. Panel discussion on "Nursing Today" will take place. Taking part will be Sister Delphine, director, St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, Alton; Miss Virginia Cramhlel, R.N., director, Alton Memorial Hospital School of Nursing; and Sister Teresa, director, St. Elizabeth's Hospital School of George Kehl to Mark 88th Year H. A. Mittleman, wife of Dr. Mittleman, will be moderator. Mym Mintert Honored nt Shower Miss Myra Minlert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Min- tert of West, Alton, whose marriage to Allan Bailey will take place May 15, 10 o'clock^ at Ihe Evangelical and Reformed Church, Eighth and Henry Sts., was surprised Wednesday night nt a pnrly given nt the West Alton Community Church, in the social room. Hoslesses were Mrs. Eugene Peyton of Orchard Farm nnd Miss Betty Schuelv:, who will be Miss Minlert's attendants. The prospective bride was presented with gifts of a miscellaneous nature. The gift table was decora led with centered with two heart-shaped cakes, pierced with arrows, and the appointments were in yellow mid while. Over the table a sprinkling can was suspended. Miss Mary Stoekers of St. Charles, was given an attendance pri/e. After games were played and the gilts admired, refreshments were served. Guests were Mrs. Neil Kreigbaum. Mrs. Clyde Meyers, Mrs. Joe Mintert, Mrs. Joe Saale, Miss Margie Mintert, Mrs. Leo Sanle, Mrs. Ed. Min- lert, Mrs. Chet Bailey, Mrs. Loren Nueling, Miss Rose Golike, Mrs. Clarence Schmidt, Mrs. Matt Hawkins, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Edna .Tuepker, Mrs. Tony Mintert, Mrs. Freeman Thorton and son, Tommy, Mrs. Peggy Huseman, Miss Lee Huseman, Mrs. Ted Mitchell, Mrs. Stanley Minlert, Mrs. Harvey Hawkins, Mrs. Herman Brinkman, Mrs. Belle Mitchell, Mrs. Angie Trcadway, Mrs. Ed. Huff, Mrs. Charles Keenc. Miss Belly Eichorn, Mrs. August Minlert, Mrs. James Porter of West Alton; Miss Marjorie Koenig. Miss Helen Budde, Miss Mary Stoekers of St. Charles; Mrs. George Mitchell, Mrs. Harold Brown of Alton, and Mrs, George Taylor ol Godfrey. Double Hlrtlulay Celebration Thursday A surprise birthday party was given Thursday night honoring Wayne Kroeschel, who was observing bis fourteenth birthday, and George Griggs. who was 11, The party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kroeschel, !) Chessen lane, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Griggs, 5 Chessen lane, parents C.ICORGE KKIIL. George Kchl, 2114 Rockwell St., will observe his eighty-eighth birthday on Wednesday, May 5, Mr. Kehl was born on a farm three miles southwest of Nor- lonville, nnd spent the greater part of his life in Morgan County. He farmed for many years nnd later worked as a carpenter. Mr. Kehl suffered a light stroke Ifl months ago, but until then he has enjoyed good health. Ho makes ihs home with a niece, Mrs. Edith Edwards, and her daughter, Miss Esther Edwards on Rockwell street Births Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Dvorchak of 8-13 Hawthorne St., Wood River, have announced the birth of a daughter. The baby WHS horn at 1:03 p.m. Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing seven pounds, one ounce. A daughter, weighing seven pounds and eight ounces, was born at 3:36 p.m. Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Deppor of 516 Central Ave., Belhalto. t APOLLOS SHRINE, WHITE SHRINE OF JERUSALEM installed officers during a ceremonial Saturday night, at the Alton Masonic Temple. Mrs. Edward Laird was seated as worthy high priestess and John Nolan as watchman of shepherds.—Photo hy Jack Folmer. Personals Cpl. and Mrs. Thomas Korte are announcing the birth of a son, weighing eight pounds, at the United States Public Health Service Hospital. Slaten Island, N.Y., at 5:30 this morning. April 30. Cpl. Korte is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Korte of 1115 State St., and Mrs. Korte, the former Miss Mary E. Hentrich, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hentrich, 990 Riley Ave. Mrs. L. E. Wright of Hillcrest avenue, has returned from Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, where she was a patient since March 29. Mrs. Wright will be confined to her bed another month, and i« unable to receive visitors. Dr. Robert B. Lynn will address the Ewing Presbytery Council of Presbyterian Men meeting in Flora Sunday evening. Mrs. Marie Brown of 1812 Main St., has returned from an eastern trip. At Alexandria, Va., she was n guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Capt. Roy C. Brown and Mrs. Brown, and en- route home stopped at East Liverpool, O., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Jordan. Twenty 'Women, including six delegates, Mrs. Chesley Kennedy, Mrs. William Schmidt. Mrs. Leo Struif, Miss Emma Joosting, Mrs. John Schulenburg and Mrs. Herman Lee, of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, Eighth and Henry Sts., attended a Lovejoy regional meeting in Carlinville Thursday. Among the business transacted was the revision of the constitution. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miles and children, Becky, Linda and Tommy, of Danville, Ind., left this morning to return to their home after a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miles of 1119 Douglas St. Harold Miles Is a nephew of C. M. Miles. The Rev. Zoltan Nagy Is participating in an Unitarian Ministers' Institute in St. Louis. The institute opened Thursday and will continue through Saturday. The Rev. Harold Dutton and Mrs. Dutton of Edwardsville will be in charge of services Sunday at Pleasant View Baptist Church, East Alton. The Pleasant View pastor, the Rev. Arthur McRill, has been ill for two weeks and is.a patient at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. CANDIDATES FOR SWEETHEART QUEEN at Franklin Masonic Temple all girls are Rainbows, left 1o right, the Misses JoAnn Standefer, Dolores Gubser, Barbara Lindsay, Marilyn Ncece, and Carol Cousley. The queen will be selected and crowned at a dance May 15 at the temple.—Photo by Orville Brown. Their third child and son was born nt 3:44 p.m. Thursday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Ixiuis Coco/.za of 334 Bluff St. The baby weighs seven pounds, four ounces. Their other sons are James, 2\ 2 , and Marc, l!i. Adult-Senior Scout Dinner Monday Night Mrs. Fred Rhodes, regional advisor for southern Illinois, and a member of the National Girl Scout stnff, will be guest speaker for Ihe annual spring covered dish dinner for all adults and senior scouts of the Alton-Wood River Area Girl Scout Council scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Onizod Club. The program will include the 1954 cookie sale report; a report of the Juliette Lowe Fund; a vote on revision to the constitution; and presentation of awards to any lenders, co-leaders or troop committee members of the area that have been registered for five- ten or 15 years with scouts. of the boys, at the Kroeschel home. Eighteen guests enjoyed games and those receiving pri/es were Russell Smith. Miss Patricia Griggs, Terry Carmean. Miss Lord la Griggs, Miss Judy Brooks and George Griggs. Refreshments were served, and the guests of honor received birthday gifts. Piano Students To Give Recital Program in Wood River High School Sunday Miss Sharon Smith. Miss Shirlene Atkins and Miss Ginger Walmsley, piano,pupils of Mrs. Clarice Rutledge Ferguson, will be presented in their senior recital at Kast Alton-Wood River Community High School Sunday, May 2, at 3 p.m. The program is open to the public without charge, nnd persons interested are invited to attend. Miss,Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Edson Smith, 81fi Willoway drive, East Alton. Miss Atkins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Atkins, 5 West. Elm St., Hartford, and Miss Walmsley, who resides at 192 Goulding Ave., East Alton, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Walmsley. Program: Sonata in D Major, Haydn. Allegro co nbio, Largo e soste- nuto, Finale—Miss Atkins. Two Part Invention, No. 8, Bach. Grande Valse Brillanle, Op. 18, Chopin—Miss Walmsley. Pastorale, from Sonata, No. 1, .Scarlatti. Preludium, Mendelssohn—Miss Smith. Mazurka, Op. 7," No? 1, Chopin. Valse, Op. 64, No. 1, Chopin. Polonaise, Op. 53, Chopin—Miss Atkins. Etude. Op. 25, No. 9, Chopin. Etude, Op. 10, No. 12, Chopin. Polichinelle Rachmaninoff—Miss Smith. Nocturne, Op 9, No. 2, Chopin. Rulterfly. Grieg. Liebostraume, No. 3, Liszt—Miss Walmsley. Cook chicken livers and thin strips of onion together in butter or margarine. Serve with shirred eggs for Sunday night supper. Want to give a soup extra zip? Add a dash of angostura bitters to a ean of tomato, mushroom, asparagus, celery or chicken soup. Scout Council To Receive Benefit The Alton-Wood River Girl Scout Council has been chosen by Alton Rotarians to receive the benefits derived from the proceeds of the Alton Civic Orchestra's pop concert scheduled for May 24 at West Junior High School at 8:51 p.m. Tickets will be sold by (he adults in scouting and proceeds will be used for development of a camp site. Mrs. Kirby Siebenthal is general chairman of tickets. Tickets were distributed to the various district, chairmen at a briefing meeting at the scout office in Wood River, Tuesday. In attendance were Mrs. W. Thad Fife, District 4; Mrs. T. B. Metcalfe, District 2; Mrs. 0. C. Thomas, District 6; Miss Jane Gnrver, field director; Mrs. Sienenthal, Col. Ralph Jackson, Rotarian, Mrs. Ralph Kober, District 1, and Mrs. Ernest Harlow, District 3. You can give your cooking range a new look by replacing old handles with new ones in colors that will match kitchen decoration. Keep a buffet-size can of sliced beets on your kitchen supply shelft. It makes a delicious quick salad when teamed with salad greens, hard-cooked egg and dressing. Shape leftover mashed potato into flat cakes, dip in flour and fry slowly in a small amount of fat in a skillet. Brown both sides of the cakes. A little finely • minced onion may be added to the potato, if desired, before shaping. Ever fill a flaky pie shell with creamed chicken? It's a delicious combination and attractive, too, if you bake some pastry cutouts and place them over the chicken before serving. Use any cookie-cutter shape you like for the cutouts. If a convalescent in your family needs a "light diet" it is well to avoid fatty meats, strong- flavored or harsh-fibered cooked vegetables, hot breads and concentrated sweets. Place some paper napkins beside the man of the house when he is doing the carving. They'll come in handy when he wants to wipe off his hands. 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