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BREASTING TIDES EVERYDAY IS THEIR IDEA
- OF SIMPLE LIFE" 7:".
Mrs. Joh. Knoland and Daughter.
Alameda, Cal.. Mrs. Joseph R.
Knowlarid,wlfe: of Former Congress
man Knowlarid. &nd her charming
daughter, Miss Eleanor, a-society-de-
Juice of 6 .lemons, grated rind.of
3 lemons, 3 pounds 'of white sugar.
Make a thick syrup. When cool, strain,
the juice into it and squeeze as much
oil from the grated, xind as possible.
A. tablespoonful. in a glass of .water
will make a delicious drink ona hot
i butanteVre inveterate swimmers.
j In Alameda, CaL, .their home, they
daily meet the tide, and for months
i- neither has-missed -her matutinal dip.
Wash, string and cut 2 quarts of
beans in pieces; boil until tender,
drain arid put back in sauce pan.
Shake over fire to dry, stir 3 table
spoonfuls of butter into beans, add 2
tablespoonfuls of minced parsley and
the juice of 2 lemons. Stir thorough
ly and serve,