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l DISHES AMERICAN GOVERNORS LIKE BEST
fine sieve; add gelatine, soaked -in
cold and dissolved in boiling water.
Set in pan of ice -water and stir until
it begins to thicken. Then fold in
i whipped cream. Put in mold, pack
in salt and ice and let stand four
The wife of Minnesota's governor
names the delicacy known as straw
Berry mouse as Gov. Eberhart's fa
t BY MRS. ArQ, EBERHART,
: Executive Mansion; St. Paul, Minn.
1 1 d.on't know anything the gover
nor likes better" ,than strawberry
mouse, made after
s " i One quart of cream,
One box of strawber
ries, two cups of
sugar, quarter of a
box of gelatine, two
tablespoons" of cold
water, thrpe table
spoons ,of 'hot water.
Wash and hull ber-
Cov. Eberhart nes, spnnkle with
sugar - and : let stand
and rub: through a
TEACHES CALIFORNIA CO-EDS
TO BE HOUSEWIVES
an hour; mash
Professor Jessica Peixotto.
Berkeley, Ca. "Once upon a
time," said Dr. Jessica Peixotto, "Pro
fessor Charles Mills Gayley defined a
co-ed as a 'mobile maiden mediating
They were on their honeymoon.
He a peer of blue blood, she an aris
tocrat. Looking at her, he inquired:
"And you are not disappointed?"
She answered "No," and looking
away over the blue sea added, "Do
the common people have a honey
moon?" "Yes," he replied.
"Then it's a jolly sight too good
for them," she observed with an aus
matrimony.' At first that rankled!
But now all the co-ed asks is that you
put it more 'plain than poetrical.' She
admits that she is contemplating
matrimony and is in the meantime
getting ready at college."
Last year two new courses were in
troduced into the curriculum of the
University of California here. One,
"Home Economics," was dispensed by
"The course in 'Home Economics'
attracted a large attendance among
the regular women students' said
Professor Peixotto. "The girls claim
ed that they learned the only prac
tical knowledge that is going to help
them in the actual directing of their
future homes. They are taught how
to spend money and how to manage
Cream 1 tablespoon of butter with
2-3 cup of sugar, beat until very
smooth and creamy. Just before serv
ing beat in 1 egg. Beat for 3 min
utes, flavor and drop spoonful of
sauce on slice of hot gingerbread.