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DANCING IN SNOW FEATURE OF PAGEANT
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Dancing in snow is one of the big features of the outdoor carnival at
St. Paul, one of the biggest events of the year in the northwest, in which
thousands, young and old, take part. t
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ECONOMY IN CANNED GOODS
, By Biddy Bye
s Canned fish , is commonly "pre
pared" by turning from the tin to
the 'platter. Obviously, fastidious
persons fails to find it appetizing in
this form. The economical cook can
increase the quantity of a 'fish dish
as well as its attractiveness by tak
ing a little pains to follow new re
cipes. Salmon Loaf ,
Mix one can of salmon" -with 2
beaten eggs and 4 heaping table
spoons bread crumbs, using a sliver
fork. Season with 2 tablespoons of
butter, and with salt and . pepper.
J?ack,'iaa huttered baking. dish. and4,hoiMi eggs. to a. -jaaste with, the fis.ha
bake 45 minutes. Serve with an egg
sauce or garnish with slices of lemon
and cucumber pickles.
Tuna Fish With Rice
Heat one can of tuna fish in boil
ing water before it is opened. Boil
one cup of rice. Thicken one cup of
inilk with 2 tablespoons of butter
rubbed into 2 tablespoons of flour.
Remove the hot fish from the can
and place in the center of a platter,
surround it with the boiled rice and
pour the white, sauce over the fish.
Garnish with celery, parsley, hard
boiled eggs or olives.
Remove the skin and bones from
sardines. Rub the yolks of 3 hard-