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Uncle Eustace and Miss Penton
standing next to each other, each
Poking at the opposite wall, and Miss
Penton's face was redder than I had
ever seen it before. -- .
"Here are your glasses, Uflcle Eus
tace," I said.
"Oh, darn!" said Uncle Eustace.
"Say, Tommy, you run back with
them and tell your mother I'm going
to bring Miss Penton home for din
ner." I went out without paying any
thing. Because, you see, Lfcad known
all the time that Uncle, Eustace and
Miss Penton had been' sweethearts
twenty years before..
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
CHAMPION BOY GLOBE-TROTTER
TRAVELS 200,000 MILES
San Francisco, Cal. Luther Angle,
6 years old, undoubtedly holds the
world's record as a boy globe trotter.
He has traveled 200,000 miles since
he was 2 years of age. With his ar
rival here recently on the steamer
Honolulan, accompanied by his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Angle of
Chicago, the youngster completed his
second trip around the world.
The little fellow has covered more
ground than a good many explorers
in out of the way places of the world,
figuring in many adventures.
Angle, who is a traveling man,
started the trip just completed two
"When a man has to travel he
should take his family with him if
ixe can," says Angle.
Two years ago the family was in
Mexico, from where they fled to Cen
tral America at the outbreak of the
Madero revolution. From there they
went into the vast reaches of South
America, then to the Continent, to
South Africa, to Australia and the
In South Africa the family crossed
the great Kallahari desert, making
part of the jqurney in an automobile.
In the interior, from Ladysmith,
the party encountered a band of
hostile Kaffirs, who had never before
seen an automobile. As the machine
moved through the tall grass, the na
tives cowered in fear, believing it to
be a new species of monster. ,
Macaroni and Oyster Croquettes. -
Cook y CUP of macaroni that has
been broken into quarter-inch pieces
in salted water until tender. Drain in
colander. Turn cold water over it to
"plump it" Clean and parboil 1 pint
of oysters in just water and oyster
liquor enough fto cover. Remove oy
sters. Chop fine, mix with macaroni.
Make thick white sauce, using in
place of 1 cup of milk y cup of oy
ster broth and y2 cup of milk, 1 table
spoon of butter and 2 eyen table
spoons of flour. Cook 15 minutes.
Salt and pepper to taste. Mix white
sauce with oysters and macaroni.
Spread on plate. Allow to cool three
hours. Cut in shape. Roll in crumbs.
Dip in egg and crumbs again. Fry in
deep fat. Drain and serve with cu