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GANDER HAS TENOR VOICE CALLED
"C&ruso" is the name of this prize gander, being shown at the poultry
show in New York. He has a tenor quack and his carols attract spectators.
HINTS FOR CHRISTMAS COOKS
By Biddy Bye
For the high-priced turkey, sub
stitute a baked ham; or. loin of veal
and Brussel sprouts; or boiled beef
tongue with stewed raisins, carrots'
and boiled rice; or mock duck made
from sirloin steak stuffed with mush
room dressing; or a shoulder of lamb
stuffed with nujts and served with
fried parsnip fritters; or panned rab
bit served with baked sguash and po
tatoes stuffed with cheese.
Serve the Christmas stflad in bas
"kets cut from oranjges,.QT.in shells
shaped from red apples.
Fill two celery stalks with a paste
made of roquefort cheese and olive
oil or substitute a strong American
cheese for the expensive imported ar
ticle. - ;
If an economical meat course is
served, finish the dinner with a rich
dessert, as plum spudding. If turkey
is served, use a delicate, inexpensive
A petrified honeycomb was found
by zinc miners several days ago 265
feet below the surface in Oklahoma.
Scientists say the.hees built the comb
more than 2,000 .years agot