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with a pang that she had never made
George a home. This was not the
sort of home she had contemplated
when she walked out of the church
She opened the door and -ran sob
bing into' the living room. She knelt
beside her husband and put her arms
around his neck. "George, my dear,
I've found it all out," she whispered.
"About your publishing the books."
George looked sheepish. "If I
found out who told you I'd wring his
neck," he muttered. "Your stuff's
too good for 'em, my dear, that's the
"No, George, it's about as rotten
as-as I am," answered Niia, peni
tently. "It's you who are too good
for me. Forgive me, my husband,
and let me be a good wife to you."
"Why, Nita " he protested.
"We'll go away; we'll have our own
real home, and " i
And George saw his dream sudden
ly show promise of realization.
VEGETABLE RECIPE BY UNCLE
By Biddy Bye
Salsify is sometimes called oyster
plant because the flavor suggests
that of the oyster, particularly when
the boiled vegetable is sliced and
fried in butter.
Uncle Sam's expert cook advises
cooking salsify in tihs way:
To prevent this root from turning
dark it must be dropped as soon as
it is pared and put into a mixture of
flbur and water made slightly acid
with vinegar. For 6 good-sized roots
mix together 1 tablespoon vinegar, 2
tablespoons flour, 1 tablespoon salt,
and 3 pints of water. Wash and"
scraps the roots, then cut into slices
3 inches long. Drop into the prepared
water, Place the stewpan on the
fire and cook the salsify 30 minutes,
counting from the time it begins to
boil. Drain and serve in a white
sauce. Or mix together 1 tablespoon
butter, half a tablespoon of salt, one
tablespoon lemon juice, and 1 tea
spoon minced parsley. Add this to
the drained salsify and serve at once.
"TAILORED MAID" COMES BACK
By Betty Brown
Here is the newest "tailored" maid"
as I've sketched her from Fashion
Art magazine in her pleated skirt, her
much pleated coat and elaborate
The coat fits closely and the basque
effect Is emphasized by the small
peplums at either side. See the full
ness in the coat skirt is at the sides.
This model is made of Java brown
duvetyne, a wonderfully popular
color this winter. The fur is nat
ural opossum, the gray and brown
harmonizing well with - the brown
cloth. The "frogs" of brown silk-are
decorative, but none too fussy for a
street suit j