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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 03, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 11

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PARIS SOCIETY GIRLS EAGER TO SERVE WHEN
BEAUTY IS MADE TST FOR JOBS
Volunteer Nurse Attending to Baby's Wants.-
Mere desire to serve and a kind heart are not sufficient to secure a posi
tion on the nursery staff in the first asylum for waifs and foundlings; estab
lished in Paris. .
Society girls act as nurses. Before being accepted', they must, pass a
beauty test. Inasmuch as an appointment . carries with"!it a. semiofficial
certificate for good looks; there has been a rush of volunteers, and" Mme.
Poncaire is given credit for subtle ingenuity in obtaining'a: stac of nurses
for her pet charity.
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PORK. CROQUETTES
Pork croquettes are most delicious
if made with a cup of mashed pota
toes to each cup of diced pork. Mix
together and add one or two drops of
onion juice, a little minced pepper
or pimento, and salt to taste. Use
one-half dup of very thick sauce or
pork gravy. Mix all together. Form
into shape and set in cold -place for
three or four hours. 'Slice anddip
ill eggs and roll in fine bread crumbs
an hour before readdy to fry. Drop
in wire basket and fry in deep fat un
til golden brown. Serve with baked
apples.
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HEALTH TIP
The laxative vegetables are spin
ach, tomatoes and most green vege
tables when fresh and' wellvcooked.
The digestibility of fruits depends
largely on their ripeness and fresh
ness. Princess Eulalie, aunt of King Al
fonso of Spain, has a beauty shop in
Paris,

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