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,1 "Why, captain," he isaid, "what I
was saying about Mission Ford was
that we gave you back that flag, he
cause of your known valor."
, "Is that so?" cried Boyce. "Well,
jhere's my hand, the-only one I've got,
nd my heart goes withV-ik I'll be at
he Grand Army Hall next meeting."
g "All right," returned Mr. Ball heart
ily, "and you'll play 'Dixie' and I'll
iplay 'Marching Through Georgia,'
jand then we'll have a duet of the two
rand tunes at the same timet"
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
I INDIVIDUAL SHORT CAKES
Y Put one cup of flour, pinch of salt,
Jwo teaspooons baking powder and
hue heaping teaspoon of shortening
into bowL Chop with spatula until
all is well mixed. Add one scant half
feup of milk. Mix all together -with
sm "spatula. Turn onto ligntly ttourea
tf& board, press to inch iri thickness, cut
into laree-sized hisnnit. nut on hutter-
ed pan and hake quickly in a very hoti
wven twelve minutes. When ready to
jfeerve break open, spread with berries
that have been mashed and sweet
ened. Put on top of biscuits i(nd dot
nvith whipped ceram. Or open biscuit,
Spread with butter, add mashed ber
ries, then layer of whipped cream,
then top of biscuit, berries and cream.
Wfl INDIVIDUAL STRAWBERRY PIES
, Make crust of good rich paste. Cut
3n squares to fit the muffin pans turn
ed upside down. Bake quickly until
Mash few berries and add as much
ugar as berries. Put few, whole ber
jies into dish with mashed ones. Fill
The little pie shells. Put spoon of
whipped cream on top and serve at
! Pic kover strawberries. Place in
colander, pour over cold water, drain
nd hull. Put into dish. Serve with
.powdered sugar and cream.
Never put sugar over berries before
American Woman takes part"
in gathering at rome
Progressive women of - all nations
met in Rome, Italy, Monday, at the
great international council of women.
The event is the quinquennial ses-
sion of this world-embracing body
which has representatives of wo
men's national affiliated organiza-1
tions in all parts of the world. A
review of woman's work for peace
and arbitration will be made.
Mrs. May Wright Sewall is a
representative this time from the
United 'States, taking an important
part "iri the deliberations and pro
grams. The sessions will last until -May
Carpets, rugs and curtains not in
use should be swept, beaten and ex
posed' for several hours to the hot
sun before packing. These may be
well sprayd with benzine, rolled in
light bundle, wrapped with news
papers that are pasted together land
pasted at ends.