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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY. SKPTESIBER 15, 1913.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a young
girl and have been going with a. hoy
for a year and a few months and now
we are mad. Can you tell me some
thing to do to gain his love again?
We do not speak. Should 1 speak
first or let him? He loves me and I
love him. He has good habits and is a
good looking fellow. He is going with
other girls now and 1 do not like It.
B. B. R.
Next time you see him you might
smile at him pleasantly. That will
show him you are willing to make
up. Don't let him think you are too
anxious, though. Next time don't
quarrel, my dear. Quarreling always I
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means suffering, and sometimes it is
only a foolish trifle that separates
good friends forever.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Is it
proper for two boys to fight about
one girl? We are boys about twenty
(2) How lone sl;o-.:ld a man be cn
ged before lie Rets married?
(3 1 had a girl and I pent her a
b'ld valentine Just for fun; row she
1 mad about it. How can 1 cheer her
X at;a r. ?
(4) What is good for stubbornness?
1 beve ' girl that li very stubborn.
(5) Is it proper for a boy to smoke
when be takes his girl out?
W. AND H.
fl) Why fight over one girl? There
are pleat; of other girls nice ones,
2) If ha is able to support a wife
srd Is sur ho loves her enough to
try and :i:ak her litippy. lie shouldn't
wait n tr.inite. Ask the girl to set the
day ns soon an possible.
(3) Have you apologised to her?
H) It Is almost impossible to cure
stubbormet-s. People of really good
brains r.re never stubborn.
(5t He should a.sk her permission
(2) What will make the hair stay
(3) Is there anything that will re
move ink stains on a white linen table
cover? MISS J. L.
(1) Apply the following mixture
every day, rubbing" it well Into the
scaip: 2 oz. alcohol, 2 oz. witch hazel,
14 gr. resorcin.
(2) Hair Curling Lotion 120 gr.
potassium carbonate, 1 fl. dr. ammonia
water, 12 fl. dr. alcohol, rosewater
enough to make 16 fluid ounces. Mois
ten the hair, adjust it loosely ami it
will curl upon drying.
(3) A few drops of oxalic acid will
do it. Be sure to rinse well in water
after using the acid.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Do you think
a young man can love a young lady
when he isn't considerate of her? Have
! been engaged to him a year and he
doesn't average calling once a week,
cor does he make regular engagments.
tna club has been announced as fol
lows for the season's meetings:
October 10 "City Beautiful," Mrs.
L. Simon and Mrs. C. E. Sharpe.
November 14 "Public Comfort Sta
tion," Mrs. W. M. Walker. Mrs. a J.
Searle and Mrs. C. C. Carter. "Settle
ment Work." Mrs. W. B. Barker.
December 12 "Smoke." Dr. W: L.
Allen, Davenport. "Bill Board Nui
sance," Mrs. A. L. Richards.
January 9. "Municipal Housekeep
ing," Miss Harriet YIttum, .onnwesi
ern settlement, Chicago.
February 13 Reciprocity meeting.
March 13 "Landscape Gardening,"
Jen Jensen. Chicago.
Anrii in "The Leeal Status of
Women in Illinois," H. E. Curtis. "Fu
ture Possibilities of Rock Island."
May 8 Business meeting. Election
DRESDEN CHINA SUPPER.
A DRESDEN-CHINA BUFFET SUP
per, distinctive in its charm of deco
ration and entertainment, was a very
delightful affair of Saturday evening
that as given by Miss Alice rrencn,
Mrs. J. A. Crawford and Mrs. Harry
Evans, at the home of Miss French
and Mrs. Crawford on East Tenth
street, Davenport, as a prenuptial for
Miss Elizabeth Swiney, whose mar
riage to Louis Grilk takes place today
and for Miss Helene Ficke, who on
Sept. 2". becomes the bride of Charles
Harlan Watzek. Everything was in
the dainty Dresden china effect from
the arrangement of the profusion of
autumn blossoms from tne garaen,
to the details of the buffet supper It
self. The flowers, which were in lav
ender, blue and pink shades, filled
dakitv baskets, bowls and vases, all
colors and varieties being used in the
floral decoration. The supper tables
in the dining room had the flowers.
Usually, when a young man loves a
girl he can t see too much of her. He;wnile were ajao oowg gar.
wants to be with her every possible
chance he can get. Unless there is
some other very good reason why
your fiance cannot call oftener or
more regularly, I should judge that
your fiance's ardor has cooled consid
erably. Also I do not think a man can
lands of ribbons In the Dresden shades.
The center or large serving table had
a sliver basket filled with flowers and
trimmed with garlands of the ribbons
as its centerpiece, and there were
many varieties of delicious little cakes
and candies frosted with miniature
solos. Miss Tillie Nyaulst of this city !
won high honors in a "don't say 'no'!
to me" contest and Miss Lelah Aus
brook was given the second favor.
The hostess served a two-course
lunch during the evening. The guests
from out of town were the Misses
Irma Louchs, Tillie Nyquist and Ber
nice Weldon of this city.. Julia Lun
dabl. Esther Era and Myrtle Swanson
MRS. TONN HOSTEi-V
MRS. CHARLES TONN IS ENTER-
tainlng a company of trinity friends
this afternoon from 3 to o ociock
at her home, 1021 Seventeenth avenue.
at a reception in honor of her sister.
Miss Florence Allen of Sherrard,
whose marriage to Joseph Kelleher of
Chicago takes place tomorrow morn
ing at 8 o'clock at St Joseph's Cath
olic church. Asters in the pink and
white colors trim the house very.pret
tily and a luncheon is served during
the afternoon. Guests from abroad
are Mrs. O. M. Lindstrom of Chicago,
Miss Anna and Harry Doyle of Chi
cago, Miss Ann Dormady and Miss
Elizabeth McDermott of East Mollne,
Joseph Flaherty of Sherrard, and Mrs.
John Burke of Nauvoo.
MISS GERTRUDE HICKEY OF
Davenport gave a very pretty pre
nuptial breakfast at the Davenport
Outing club Saturday morning in hon-
er of Miss Olive Sternsdorf, whose
marriage to Werner Clausen will take
place Tuesday. Covers were laid for
a dozen at the round table in the din
ing room, which had the bride's chosen
colors la decorations, the- centerpiece
being- a large gold basket filled with
white asters. The place cards were
blue and white bride's slippers. Among
the guests were Miss May Lesch of
Chicago, Miss Blanche Bollin of Oma
ha, Neb., and Miss Margaret Flem
ming of Kansas City, all house guests
of Miss Sternsdorf. i
really love a young woman unless he fl0wers n quaint designs In Dresden
Is f onsiJeraie ot ner, tnougn some rolors. while a magnificent white wed-
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Can you
teil me something I can do for my
1-air? My hair is blonde, but is
ding cake bore bridal wreaths and gar
lands of flowers. There were also
men really don't know what consider
taion Is for a woman, even when en
gaged to her. It might be a good idea j SOUvenir boxes marked for the pros
to show this young man now inaepen- j pect.ive, absent grooms-to-be which
dent of him you can be. If that doesn't wero presented the two brides, and
bring him to time, you will perhaps -hich contained mlntatn wonine-
ex- j be happier if you break the engage- j cafees bearing exquisite little wreaths
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PRETTY GARDEN PARTY.
A DELIGHTFUL. GARDEN TEA
was given Saturday afternoon at the
homo of Judge and Mrs. C. M. Water
man on Kirk wood boulevard, Daven;
port, Mrs. Waterman and her daugh
ters. Mihs Helen Waterman -and Mrs.
William T. Waterman, entertaining
a large numbtr of their trl-city friends.
The east lawn with its magnificent
yhite oak trees am! border of shrub
bery neeiled little in the way of dec-
ration to make it an i'deal place for
Nancy Grace of Hollywood, the latter
visiting Miss Waterman, were guests
from beyoud the city.
of Dresden flowers. The evening fol
lowing the supper hour had an infor
mal program of music. Miss Elisabeth
Nott's flue meazo-contralto voice was
at its best In a number of delightful
songs, and Daniel Webster contributed
piano solos to the great enjoyment of
the guests. Miss LydiaLee of Chica
go, a granddaughter of the late Bishop
Lee of Davenport, and a cousin of
Miss French and Mrs. Evans, was an
out of town guest of the evening, as
was also Miss Belle of Mississippi,
who is visiting Mrs. Peek of Moline.
CLUB YEAR BOOKS ISSUED.
AT THE PRESENT RATE OF REG
lstratlcn the membership of the Wom
an's club of Rocl: Island will reach
TCO before t!'e first meeting of the
fall which will be held next Saturday
at Masonic temple. In addition to the
632 names on the charter roll, 27 Sat-!
urday afternoon asked that their
th- out,-of-loor rarty, but there wre i names be presented for membership
flower-borders and jars of wild flow-j to the executive committee, and the
i rs from the ti( hi In goldenrod, daisies officers are confident that with the
and sunflowers, and bouquets of snap registration today the number will be
"dragon and garden lilies that had j brought close to TOO. Miss Clara Whit
Veen aided in the arrangement of j man. the registrar was at the library
the floral .;acn-?rcund. whil the srv
ing tables, where fancy sandwiches,
ffeffee and tea. ices and confections
H ere (!i: peii6ed had "backets of red
ind vhite as'ers and rod roses as ar
Tho hostesses received just In front
tot the huge shade trees.
man was in a gown of
Saturday afternoon and today to re
ct ive the membership fees of the club
members and to issue year books and
take applications from new members.
There are still some members of the
club who do not seem to understand
that they will not be admitted to the
Mrs Water- i I!rs,- meeting oi ine cmo wunoui meir
tnhrniri(ril I membership ticket und have failed to
j . ... r. i rr-eister and nav their membershin fee
I wniie sw .sB ana i;ice; .-nits. v . i.i '
'waterman wore cream ch.ffon over',,lcd et their Emission The
a,;n rf ,h a,n .w , nlm. ' board asks t h a t it be made ver" clear
; that no member will be admitted to
' li I n i a tf it i n I g fTrvn rnaahilH a a n A
f.!!..' v..na ., in ! first meeting without her member-
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' Assisting in entertaining or pour-:
lng at the serving tble were Mrs. C.
A. rieke. Mrs. J. W. Watzek. Mrs. J.
-;A. Crawford, Miss Alice French, Mrs.
C. Grace of Hollywood. Col., Mrs.
W. H. Kimball, Mrs. Jennie Bawden,
Mrs. G. Decker French, Mrs. Jemet
Reed Iane, Mrs. Dick Lane, Mrs. W.
If. Snider. Miss Elizabeth Putnam-,
I Mrs. G. F. Harkhec-s. Mrs. Walter
Petersen and Mrs. C. Roggs. The
'Misses Alice and Helene Ficke, Elise
'Kcehler and Nancy Grace of Holly
wod, Cal., presided at the table,
where Ices and confections were
served. Miss Margaret Zohrlaut of
Milwaukee. Mrs. Benjamin Putnam of
'X03 Angeles, Mr3. Grace and Miss
The year books issued by the club
are gotten up in a very attractive
style. The 48 pages are bound in olive
green and the name of the club and
date in raised gold-lettering. All the
departments of the club, the various
officers, committees and chairmen of
are civen together
THIS AFTERNOON AT 4 O'CLOCK
was celebrated the marriage of Miss
Elizabeth Van Patten Swiney, daugh-'
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Swi
ney of 1300 Ripley street, Davenport,
and Louis Grilk of 2118 Third street,
Davenport. The ceremony was per-
! formed by Rev. Marmaduke Hare,
dean of Trinity cathedral, and was
solemnized in St. Mary's chapel at
St. Katherine's school. The ushers
were the bride's brother, John Van
Patten Swiney and William S. Allen,
a cousin of the bride. The bridal
couple was unattended but the bride's
small cousin, Jack Torrey, acted as
ring Dearer, carrying tne ring in a
large white rose. The chapel was
decorated in white, daisies and cle
matus forming the floral decoration.
At the hour of the ceremony, Robert
MacDowell at the piano and Mrs. Flor
ence Kre:stat-Lee, violin, played th9
wedding march from Lohengrin. Dur
ing the ceremony Berceuse by Godard
was played and as a recessional the
wedding march by Mendelssohn. The
bride wore her traveling suit of blue
faille with which she wore a hand-
embroidered white crepe bodice and
a blue velvet hat Her flowers wefe
lilies of the valley and white roses
The bride is a member of one of
Davenport's oldest and best known
families, being the granddaughter of
the late J. P. Van Patten
She is a graduate of St Kath
erine s school. The groom is a
BRIDES OF MONTH HONORED.
MRS. CARL LAMBACH ENTER
talned Saturday afternoon at four ta
bles of bridge at her home. 1910 Rip
ley street, Davenport, as a prenuptial
for Miss Sterndorf and Miss Lillian
Hubers, two September brides. The
favors went to Mis Norma Wlese and
Miss Margaret Flemming of Kansas
City at the cards, and there were pret
ty favors presented the guests of hon
or. The decorations were garden flow
ers. Refreshments were served after
the card games. Miss Blanche Bollin
of Omaha, Neb., Miss Margaret Flem
ming of Kansas City, and Miss Mae
Lesch of Chicago, visiting Miss Sterns
dorf were among the guests of the
MISS MABEL PAYNE ENTER
tained a small company of ladies at
bridge today as a pre-nuptial courtesy
for the Misses Irene Don and Ger
trude Volk, brides of next month. Dur
ing tlie afternoon announcement was
made of the engagement of Miss
Payne to James D. Lightbody of Chi
cago. '' This engagement is the cul
mination of a college friendship, botn
being graduates of the University of
Chicago. Mr. Lightbody is a member
of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. The
marriage will take place in the late
Cinch was the chief diversion. It
was played at four tables. The first
honors fell to Mrs. John O'Farrell, the
second to Mrs. A. Alford and the con
solation to Mrs. R. J. Helpenstell. At
the close of the games the hostess
served a four-course supper. Mrs.
McCarron, was left many pretty gifts.
Including several handsome pieces of
FAE KAE CLUB.
THE FAE KAE GIRLS WERE EN
tertained Saturday afternoon by Miss
Neva Jenks, 2217 Sixth avenue, at
the fortnightly meeting. The girls
arranged for a nutting party to be
given this week, when they will go
beyond Bettendorf and spend the day,
taking their dinner with them. There
was & contest in which Miss Ellen
Thompson and Miss Elizabeth Bryan
took the prises. A lunch was served
during the afternoon. The next meet-
ting was postponed one week from the
regular date because of a football
game at the high school.
TEA FOR MISS NOTT.
MRS. EDNA G. BAYLISS OF FAR-
nam street, Davenport, gave a small
tea Saturday afternoon at her home
in honor of Miss Lily Nott, who is to
be a bride of Oct. 4, about 25 members
of the younger set being entertained
Receiving with Mrs. Bayllss and her
guest of honor was Miss Elizabeth
Nott, the sister of the bride to be.
The house was prettily trimmed in
bouquet flowers from the garden. Tea
was served, Mrs. Walter Chadwick,
and Mrs. James Bollinger pouring.
WOMAN'S GUILD SOCIABLE.
THE WOMAN'S GUILD OF SOUTH
Park Presbyterian church will enter
tain at a sociable tomorrow afternoon
and evening at the church. Ice cream
cake and coffee will be served. At
7.30 o'clock an interesting program-
will be rendered to which there is
no admission fee but for the small
sum of five cents for adults and one
cent for children a unique surprise
will be in store. The ladies invite
their friends to be their guests.
ENTERTAINS ON BIRTHDAY.
MRS. J. M. M'CARRON, 1429
Second avenue, Saturday afternoon
entertained 30 tri-city ladies in ob
servance of her birthday anniversary.
-i,h ,h rhnrtor 'mii of .h mom v,.ra ! graduate of Harvard college class of
ana lor tour years was on tne
reportorial staff of the Boston Globe
and the programs of each department.
The credit for the excellent appear
ance of the pamphlet is due to the i
work of the printing committee com
posed of Mrs. F. O. VanGalder, Mrs.
D. W. Dahlsten, and Miss Clara Hamp
ton with the cooperation of the ex
The civic department program of
and is now connected with the Dun-
invite you to their
. Fall Opening
Fancy Art Work
September 16.. 17. 18. 19
318 W. 2d St. Davenport, la.
lap-Ward Advertising company of
Chicago as assistant to Mr. Dunlap.
The new home following an eastern
trip will be at 1214 East Fifty-fourth
PARTY FOR FALL BRIDES.
MRS. CHARLES OLSON AND
Miss Edna Nelson at the home of the
former at Eighth street and Eigh
teenth avenue, Moline, entertained at
a linen shower Saturday in honor of
Miss Julith Rosenberg of this city,
whose marriage to Herbert Erickson
of Moline takes place next month and
also as a post-nuptial courtesy for
Mrs. Hugo Erickson, who was for
merly Miss Maud Reinhart and whose
marriage took place last month. The
house was very prettily decorated
with hearts and pink and white as
ters and from the chandeliers hung
festoons of clematus. A three course
luncheon was served during the even
ing and the time passed very pleas
antly. The bride-elect was presented
with a number of handsome table
linen pieces, the gifts being given to
her by Richard, the three-year-old son
of Mrs. Olson.
MISS ALLSBROW HOSTESS.
MISS ALPHARETTTA ALLSBROW
was the hostess at a pretty party 'to
a number of her girl friends at her
honvj In Watertown Friday. Music
and games were enjoyed. Miss Ber
nice Gtesler giving son pleasing vio
lin solos and Miss Irma Louchs vocal
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' AUTO AND DINNER PARTY.
HENRY TAPPENDORF ENTER- j
tained a company of 12 at dinner Sat
urday evening at the New Harper, the
party including a number of friends
from Streator. During the afternoon
the company went for an automobile
ride about the three cities, complet
ing a very pleasant day with a din
ner party. The company left by boat
this morning for Keokuk with the
HONOR MISS HENDERSON.
MISS AMY HENDERSON, WHO
has been spending the summer in
the city, was the guest of honor at a
party of Friday evening, when Miss
Lou Harris entertained for her. Bridge
was played and after the games a lunc.i
was served. Miss Henderson leaves
this week to resume her work as
kindergarten instructor in Chicago.
W. C. T. U. MEETING.
THE SEPTEMBER MEETING OF
the Woman's Christian Temperance
union will be held tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. 1
H..W. Reed, 310 Fifteenth street. Law ,
enforcement will be discussed with
Mrs. R. G. Summers as the leader.
ICE CREAM AND CAKE WILL BE
served on the church lawn, 815 Twenty-fourth
street, from 4 to 9 o'clock
tomorrow for the benefit of St. Paul's
Belgium Catholic church.
The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Rock
Island County Humane society will
meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J.
Williams, 711 Twelfth street.
The degree staff of Ucal lodge No.
60S will give the first dancing party
of the season - Wednesday evening.
Sept. 17, at Odd Fellows' temple.
A meeting of the Ladies' Aid society
of the Memorial Christian church will
be held at the church Thursday after
noon, at which time the ladies will do
sewing for the church benefit
SPANKER JS FORGIVEN
College President Reconciled With
Father He Castigated.
Terre Haute, Ind., Sept 15. Do
mestically Indiana's famous spankings
incident, was closed Saturday night.
President Hanley of Franklin college
and his father embraced and forgave
each other at the latter's home In
Middletown. At the same time the
father, who had been spanked by the
college chief, said he had been spoil
ed through being allowed to dicta'e
to other members of his family, ac
cording to a friend who was present
during the reconciliation, witnessed
by all the Hanley family.
Officials declined to forecast what
effect the reconciliation might hava
on grand jury action in the case.
Prior to President Hanley's arriv
al from Indianapolis and trip to the
family home in response to his fath
er's request, the officials subpoenaed
President Hanley's mother, Mrs. Cal
vin Hanley; his sister, his brother.
Oakley, and his brother's wife to ap
pear before the grand jury Monday to
testify In an assault case brought
the educator as a result of the spank
ing. After the reconciliation Dr. Hanley,
who was once pastor of the John D.
Rockefeller church In Cleveland, went
You are cordially invited
to attend the
Tuesday. Sept. the 1 6th
If ' "Jr" W.
Hiss Eleanor Wilson as "Ornis."
Miss Eleanor Wilson, the presi
dent's youngest daughter, has the
leading role in a play which is a pro
test against the importation of birds'
plumes and written by Percy Mackaye.
Miss Wilson portrays the part of "Or
nls," the bird spirit Her portrayal
of this character at the first perform
ance brought her many compliments.
Miss Margaret, Wilson, another
daughter of the president sang a son;
before the presentation of the masque.
Rheumatism Relieved in a Few Hours,
N. B. Langley, Madison, Wis., says:
"I was almost helpless with rheuma
tism for about five months. Had it In
my neck so I could not turn my head,
and all through my body. I tried
three doctors and many remedies
without any relief whatever until 1
procured ur. uetchon's Relief for
Rheumatism. In a few hours the
pain was relieved and in three days
the rheumatism was completely cured
and I was at work." Sold by Otto
Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue, Rock
island; Gust Echlegel t Son, 220
West Second street. Davenport-
Onions Excellent Health Food.
The old saying, "Eat onions in May
and no doctor you'll pay," I have come
to the conclusion should mean, eat
onions in all the months of the year
now that the art of onion growing has
reached the point where the flavor ij
so delicate and delicious without that
terrific strength which has caused so
many persons to .forego the pleasant
flavor for fear of indigestion and bad
It may not be generally known, 1 ul
the production of an onion is a perfect
art. If it grows too slowly, it becomes
strong and tough, biting tiie tongue
and is very unpleasant to eat or pre
pare. The perfect onion should grow
In a mild climate, where it can have
rapid growth and carry a large per
centage of water so that the flavor Is
softened to suit the taste.
Easy to Digest
This kind of onions nearly every
one likes and will have no difficulty in
digesting, and now they are just a3
much a staple in the home as potatoes
or sugar. How could we make soups,
entrees, salads, pickles, relishes, sand
wiches and all kinds of seasoning, to
say nothing of the delightful ways of
boiling, baking and creaming them
alone, if it were not for onions?
Cultivate the taste and habit for
onions in choking and every few days
see that they are served raw. "They
do say" that if girls wiil cat raw onions
every day they will have a beautiful
plnk-and-whlte complexion. That could
be true, for they are a very good puri
fier, as they have some sulphur in
them. People who have "nerves
should eat them very freely, cooked or
uncooked. As I have told you before,
don't turn the water from them into
the sink after they are cooked. Steam
or cook them in a small amount of
water with the cover off. Begin at the
root of the onion, peeling upwards,
and the juice will not fly in tho eyes;
also if peeled under the faucet with
running water the eyej w ill not smart.
The niceat way to cook tender young
onions is In boiling salted water, leav
ing on about three inches of the top,
serve on slices of butte:ed toast and
pour a rich thin cream sauce over
them, sprinkling w'lth finely chopped
parsley. Sliced Bermuda onions, cook
ed as the above young onions and then
slightly browned in butter and served
oa toa3t, are also very good.
Holland Hous: Salad.
Choose ripe, medium sized tomatoes.
Put them into the wire basket, dip
into bolting water, let stand a mo
ment and pefk Stand on ice until
vnry cold. When ready to serve place
on lettuce and make four or five verti
cal slices or incisions, being careful
not to cut clear through. Have a very
hliarp knife and slice the onion very
thin just shear slices between the
slices of tomatoes, making a fan-like
shape. Cover ail with a French dress
ing and serve at once.
Finely chopped peppers or parsley
over tho top is attractive and good.
and finely sliced cucumber may be
used instead of the onion. r
Besfsteak Smothered in Onions.
Select a nice sirloin or upper cut of
the round steak. Heat the spider very
hot and put In the steak; sear on ono
side and other, turn, keep doicg this
for five minutes. Cover the steak
with very thinly sliced onions. Sea
son with butter, jepper and salt, and
put Just enough water in to cover the
bottom of the psn. Cover closely and
set where it will cool moderately. If
the onions are not cooking fast enough
turn the meat cr the onions will come
to the bottom. Serve with the hot
onions on top of the steak. '"
Texas Sandwich Filling.
Material Shrimp, one-half
cooked chicken livers, one-half
sweet red pepper, one-half cup;
muda onion, one-half cup; lettuce,
brown and white bread.
Directions Chop all the Ingredients
in the food chopper, moisten with
mayonnaise and season more if nec
essary. Use between buttered slices
of one brown and two white bread
with a little shredded lettuce!