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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 23, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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SOCIETY GIRL SELLS FLOWERS TO RICH
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Miss Rosalie Bloodgood, favorite in New York society,, has made her
self more liked by her activity at the international" flower show in New
York. She is a flower girl peddling her wares among her wealthy acquaint
ances, w
STUFFED SQUASH
Wash the squash, put on in cold
water and parboil until tender, not
soft. When tender cut each squash
in half, crosswise; take out the in
side, being careful not to break the
shells. Put on a fryer with 2 table
spoons of butter (or fat) ; when hot
lay in a half an onion cut fine, brown
lightly, then put in a handful of
soaked bread from which all water
has been squeezed, add the squash
which has been scraped out, fry all
together for 15 minutes, stirring oc
casionally. Remove from the fire,
season with salt and pepper, add 2
whole eggs, mix well and fill each
half with the f mixture. Sprinkle
cracker meal and bits of butter on
top, pufc in oven and brown evenly.
LENTEN MENUSFOR ONE DAY
Breakfast Cereal with dates and
cream; toast; coffee.
Luncheon Scrambled eggs; corn
gems; tea.
Dinner Fish chowder; mixed veg
etable salad; peach tapioca; coffee.

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