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a friend of his, one John Grimston,
a man she cared nothing for.
She clung to Amos as he placed her
safe among friends. Only his eyes,
not his lips, told her what here reve
lation was making-him suffer.
Then the very day following a
strange caprice of fate John Grim
ston, gambler and bravo, was shot
dead in a street fight, and EUse was
free. But not for long. She could
never forget the brave stranger who
had borne her safely through stress
and storm to friends and comfort.
To a new and safer home Amos
"Wilbur took Elise a year later a
home blessed with fervor and depth
of an undying mutual love.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
WAYS YOU CAN USES RHUBARB
By Caroline Coe
Soon "after the first robin's chirp is
heard rhubarb pie, or stew, or sauce
appears on the table robins and
rhubarb are certain signs of spring.
Nature knows just what we need
to sharpen our appetites after the
wear and tear of winter, so she sends
along the fresh-flavored acid rhubarb
as a "pick-me-up" for our systems.
Besides the usual stews and sauces
there are many simple ways of serv
ing rhubarb. Baked rhubarb is good
and it's not hard to prepare.
This is the reciDe. Cut the stalks
in pieces 2 inches in length and pour
boiling water over and allow to stand
three minutes. Drain and measure;
to each cup of rhubarb add 2-3 cup
of sugar; mix sugar and fruit and
turn into buttered baking pan and
bake in slow oven half an hour.
Brown Betty. Wash enough rhu
barb to make 3 cups when cut in
Ismail pieces. Mix with 1 1-3 cupfuls
of sugar; melt 2 tablespoonfuls of
butter and add to it 1 cupfuls of
bread crumbs; put layer of buttered
crumbs on bottom of shallow pud
ding pan, then layer of rhubarb, then
crumbs and alternate ill all is used.
Have top layer of crumbs. Cover
and bake in slow oven over 30 min
utes; remove cover and brown
crumbs. Serve warm witn cream and
BETTY BROWN'S WARDROBE
HER NEW SPORT COAT
t(s. Ill 11 1
Well, I've got a new sport coat
you simply can't get along without
one this spring.
Mine is rather heavy wool material
in golden brown and of course it has
a "flare" to it I have a new straw
sailor to wear with it now I'm ready
for spring "hikes" and tramps in the