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CQOKS SHOULD BE COOKS,
SAYS DENVER WOMAN
Denver, Col. Mrs. Imogene Clarke,
Clarke, assistant superintendent of
tlie state free employment bureau,
believes that cooks should learn to
cook. She will ask the state to open
a free cooking school in connection
with its free employment bureau, and
every girl who applies for a place as
a housemaid must take a course in
cooking and general housework.
A bridegroom is a person who
spends a Jot of money buying himself
a wedding suit that nobody notices.
At least six 'per cent of the total
number of students in German uni
versities are women.
SIMPLE GIFTS NOW THE RULE
FOR BRIDAL FESTIVITIES
Very often the pre-nuptial festivi
ties bring much expense and anxiety
to the bride's friends.
If one would only bear in mind that
the little inexpensive, necessary arti
cles so much needed and appreciated
when one is settling a home are just
as acceptable" as fine presents, much
pleasure may be given" by "bridal
A paper shower can be made most
beautiful and most acceptable. Paper
towels by the roll for kitchen use,
paper towels in packages for bath,
dresser or buffet covers in pretty col
ors, a paper cloth with napkins to
match are useful paper gifts.
Picnic plates come in different sizes
with plain white napkins, lace doilies
of numerous sizes, large ones to be
used under plant, smaller ones for
sandwiches and little ones on which
to place ice cream are always accent
able, A Chinese laundry list book. A kit
chen tablet with all staples printed
on it, with pencil attached to mark
those needed. Pad of blotters to ab
sorb grease or cream, that has been
spilled, are friends indeed for the" girl
who will do her own cooking.
Luncheon should be served with
paperv tablecloth, paper plates and
dishes and the tea may be served in
paper cupsset on little coasters. Cen
terpiece of red paper carnations tied
together in small bunches and a rib
bon extended to each place to which
a bit of poetry or toast to the bride
is written to be read by the guests.
Serve pineapple slices with red
gelatme hearts laid on top ef a little
mound of sugar and slice of lemon.
Sweet bread cutlets with rich
cream sauce, small potato balls and
sliced beets cut, in heart shape, rolls'
For salad have tomato and lettuce
with rich mayonnaise dressing, tiny
heart-shaped bread spread with