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' , At left, J6hh;H;-Ptesqp,f former
for vice preadent - Atjright,cTom
ftbm Indian :2;&;:':"--
Cheer 'in -a Cherry." -.
- The cherry- "actually possesses,
'" the power of-cfteermg .'up -certain'
W; kinds of deDressrohT-Aside from
it's-"unvarying dheerffllffeiss in.
color and. -freshness. 61 appear-'
j ance, this'fruiris cptisidefed'-ai-
most a cure" for certain" ailments
in which a -tonic-" is! essential,
.. The belief Tn its' ch'eef-up power
is sp universa'lcfha't-'it'has, crystal
lised into ttie saying "Cheer up,
I i cherries ar.e- ripe." '
f Cold-RpUed-'Wal-and Ham.
; -Gut-neat'slieeslfrbm-the breast
fof-veal-ahdv arrange" neatly, one
!overlappingTthe-oher-on a dish
'with small j slices -of 'ham round.
uarnisn witn sprigs- ,oi parsiey
and serye. Kandajiice salad and.