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OON'T'YOU WISH-YOU WUZ A FRIEND O' MINE?
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Use the fully ripe fruit. Cut in cubes and serve alone or with :
peaches or bananas. Mayonnaise plain or whipped cream will add l
to the richness of the dish. :
"Well, George," said the presi
dent of the company to old
George, "how goes it?"
"Fair to niiddlin', sir,'5, George
answered. -And he" continued to
currycomb a bay horse. '.'Me an'
this here hoss," George said, sud
denly, "has worked foryour firm
"Well, -well," said the presi
dent, thinking a little guiltily ''of
George's .seven-dollar salary.
And I suppose youare both pret
ty highly valued!l Georgej eh?"
'"H'm," said George, "the both
of us was took sick last week,
and they got a doctor for the
hoss, but they just docked my
Change water in which 'beans
are being cooked several times. It