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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 21, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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MOTHERS OF THIS DAY AND AGE DRESS
JOHNNY IN COTTON
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Johnny's small sdmmer suits are
now made of light weight cottons
rather than the stifling thick cloths
of former seasons. And they are
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made up in gay color contrasts,
either by the use of hands or by com
bining blouses and trousers of differ
ent colors.
CHEESE CAN BE MADE FAMILY'S
PRINCIPAL WAR DISH -Cheese
contains over 25 per cent
more protein than the same weight
of .porterhouse steak as purchased,
and nearly twice as much fat. Most
housewives now give cheese its prop
er place among economical foods,
but not all cooks know how to make
out bills of fare which are quite sat
isfactory, using cheese as the cen
tral food. Uncle Sam's experts, how
ever, have made many experiments
along this line and they recommend
the following:
Memi No. 1. Macaroni and
cheese, raisin bread or date bread,
orange and watercress salad, baked
apples, sugar cookies, cocoa.
Menu No. 2 Creese fondue, toast,
zwieback or thin, crisp baking pow
der biscuit; celery; potatoes, baked,
boiled or fried in deep fat; peas or
some other fresh vegetables; coffee;
fruit salad with crisp cookies or me
ringues. Menu No. 3 Clear soup; baked
eggs with cheese; baked potatoes;
lettuce salad; a sweet jelly, crab ap
ple or quince for example, or a pre
serve; rye bread; orange and banana
shortcake; tea,
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