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cynthia grey's aid to
.- (1) What will take ink stain
out of a white waist after it has
been washed? (2) Give recipe for
angel cake. (3) What will be the
leading- color in men's .suits for
the, coming winter? A Reader.
A. (1) Dissolve a teaspoonful
-oxalic acid in a pint of hot watery
and rub the stains well. Rinse in
hot waten Repeat until stains
are removed. Use precautions, as
thcacid is poisonous'. (2) Beat
one cup egg-whMt.es until very stiff
with a pinch of salt. Fold jn one
cup granulated Sugar sif tpd twice,
one-teaspoonful almond and Yz
teaspoonful vanilla. Then -add
one. cup flour,, arid one ieaspopriful
cream of tartar which has been
sifted together 3 tipies. Fill but
tered .pap .with center tube, and
bake 40 minutes. When done.in
ver pan until cool, remove "pan,
brush cake with, egg-white beaten
with sugar, and then cover with
frosting. (3) BVowns and grays.
THANKGiyiNG ' RECIPES
- "Chestnut -Soup.'
' Peel and b'larich the chestnuts,
"boil themjn salted water until
quite soft, pass through a sieve,"
add more water if too thick, an'd
a spoonful of butter or several of
sweef cream, arid season to taste.
It houldbe served with" small
squares of bread' ' fried crisp in
"butter or olive oil. Mrs. M. M.,
'XMaT&dblrgtf r2s' W'baTfliikj
powder biscuit'Iightly roll with a
pin until a ljt;Ue. thicker than for
pie crust. Spread plentifully with
grated, cheese ancl.Tpll over and
over,-as jejlyroll; cut the pieces
about I inch ttiic, place the cubes
upright) 'a,nd bake "until .light
brown. These are vdelidious- ;to
serve with salad.-jrMrs; A. D.,
Berea. , - - 1 , ,'
. .Stuffed Heart." . -
Take abeefheajt, clean it care
fully, fill -with ajdressing made a"s
for chicken or tufkey. -I 'use an
equal amount, .of mashed' pota
toes and breadcrumbs, seasoned
with sage", summer "savory, pepper
and salt, and rnoistened with beef
drippings or1 butter, and add 1 or
2 chopped onions."' "-'Fasten' to
gether with, skewers or twine,
steam 4 -hours;, and" bake f4
hours, basting 'well. . Make "a
thickened gravyvof, the drippings.
Mrs. M.T., Lakewbod. .
. Pumpkin! Pie.
?' Usesmall de,ep colored pumpkins.-
Cut in quarters, remove
seeds and bake skin "side down
until tender; scoop" out pulp and
sift it.1' 'For? one pie if baked in a
deep plate alldw 2"cups pumpkin,
2 cupS scalded milk, 1 beaten egg
or 1 common cracker rolle'd fine,
lr level teasRdon ginger, y$ cup
sugar, J4 cup! molasses, 1 tea
spoon salt. "Pie is done-when it
puffs "in center. Mabel Trexler,
Before broiling 'a -slice of ham
rub brpwn sugar on h. The Ham
will havea deKcfpus 'f&VbH 'J"