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But suddenly she saw Letty before
her. Harold's arm was about her
waist and on the girl's face was the
shyness and transfiguration of love's
The crowd was dispersing and the
four looked at each other in a mix
ture of emotions. Therusuddenly the
girls laughed and fell on each other's
necks. And the men's hands met in
a viselike clasp.
It was a very happy pair of couples
that strolled homeward in the dark-
Planking is one of the easiest ways
of cooking fish. Every household
should have a good sound, thick, oak
or hickory plank; these can be made
by anyone who is "handy about the
house." The plank should be at least
two inches thick and oblong in shape.
Size must depend upon the oven in
which it is to be used.
A groove should be made all round
about an inch from the outside of
the plank and at one end a "well"
should be made to allow the juices
and butter to run in from all sides.
This makes the basting of the fish
To "season" the plank one must
grease it with any good dripping or
fat and place the board under or over
a very slow fire; allow to heat slowly
and as the grease soaks into the
board apply more. The wood should
become brown but use great care not
to char it When cleaning the plank
do not submerge in water. Scrape
the particles of fish from the plank,
then rub it with coarse salt until
all grease and odor disappears, then
wipe with cloth dampened with very
hot water, dry and set in air for sev
MOVIE MOTHER GOOSE
Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
And said she: "You can search me;
I'm at the picture show!"
CUTE-UITTL-E' HOOD FOR -GIRL'
By Betty Brown
Littel Red Riding Hood is now seen
on the rinks and what a modern lit
tle red hood she wears! It is in Bur
gundy red the color made so pop
ular by Mrs. Gait and it is a soft,
knitted affair, gathered snugly in at
the back like a hood, but instead of
tying under the chin it wraps scarf
fashion around the throat and falls
over the shoulder and across the
The scarf-hoods come in all the
gay colors and the girl who Ukes
color schemes chooses her hood to
match her coat.
Wipe medium sized oysters dry.
Cut thin slices of bacon as near the
size of the oysters as possible. Place
one oyster, then a piece of bacon, on
small skewer, repeat until six oysters
are spiked. Then they may be sauted
or put in small baking dish and
grilled in hot oven. . .