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own the small individual pans bake
in small turn-over shapes.)
BEEF AND SAUSAGE LOAF
To two pounds of beef add one
pound of sausage meat. Mix thor
oughly. Salt to taste. To one egg
add two tablespoons of water or milk
and mix into meat. Add three table
spoons of fine crumbs. Shape into
long narrow loaf and put in skillet
with half a cup of water and a slice
of onion. Cover with pan and set
skillet iri over. "Baste often.
A SAUCY SAURIAN
While picking berries near John
Fessler's place Dr. Wolfdan and Mr.
Swinney disturbed a five-foot alli
gator. Mr.' Swinney was standing on
him quietly gathering berries when
suddenly-his feet fell out from under
him. Anachuac (Tex.) Progress.
THANHAUSER KIDS WANT TO BE CALLED BY
These are the Thanhouser twins.
Long ago they gave up the hope of
people ever being able to tell them
apart. But as they are now at the
grownup age of 13, they DO wish
folks would call them by their right
names, Marion, and Madeline Fair
banks. Each weighs 74 pounds. Each is
just four feet ten inches tall They
have dark hazel eyes, light brown
curly hair and fair complexions.
Sometimes the Thanhouser twins
write poetry. One writes the first
,:M2icLeline and "Marion
stanza and the other the second. Or
dinary sisters couldn't do that, per
these little girls are
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