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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1DU.
TO ATTEND CONVENTION.
Mrs. John McKnlry of Moline de
parts early this wwk for Chicago,
where he goes to attend the meeting
cf the. National Federation of the
Alumnae of the Sifters cf Charity of
the .Mewed Virgin Mary, of which
she is president. The convention will
be held ia the Hotel 1-aSalle. Sunday,
Monday and Tuesday of next week. J
Mrs McEnlry Is known as the mother
. i. s i I . ki !ti it f irin niinr '
111 int" irui ikiii'u, in " . -
as president of the alumnae of the Im
maculate Conception of Davenport
one of the 4S alumnae of the associa
tion which entertained at the first
meeting of the association held In Hav
en port in September. 1912. She was
the prime mover in the federation
plana. The convention of next week
is to be the first to be held Mnee that
time. Many social functions are to
be given during the convention at
which Mr. McKniry will be the honor
guest during her stay and Miss Mary
Molitor will be hostess at a bridge
and luncheon. Pictures of the three
women who arc to be active during
the convention appeared in the, Chi
cago Herald Sunday.
WARD-ROCK WELL NUPTIALS.
A quiet home wedding of fh:'s morn
ing united in marriage Miss Floy
Elizabeth Rockwell, daughter of Mr. j
and Mrs. F. H. Rockwell. 1006 N:ne-j
teenth street, to Irving Dean Ward of j
Mllner. Idaho, the cremooy taking
place at 11 o'clock at the home of the
bride's parents. As the ceremony hour
approached, the strains of the Barca
rolle, with G. E. McMurray, the broth
er In-law of the bride, at the piano,
announced the approach of the bridal
couple. They took their places, un
attended, and the simple ring service
was read by Rev. T. E. Newland of
the First Methodist church. The
bride's gown was of white crepe me
teor, trimmed in chantilly lace. Her
full length veil was caught with lilies
of the valley and she carried a shower
bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of
the valley. The rooms were prettily
decorated with the atpargus fern and
white asters, carrying out the scheme
of green and white, the colors chosen
by tbo bride. Immediately following
the ceremony a dainty wedding break
fast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Ward
left on the 2 o'clock train for the west.
After a short wedding trip through
Colorado, they will be at home for
the winter in Jerome, Idaho. Among
the out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. McMurray and children of
Peoria, Mrs. H. L. Smith of Meadvllle,
Pa.. S. T. Rockwell of Chicago. Miss
Pearl Easterbrook of Bloomington and
Miss Susie Attwater of Cambridge.
WITH MISS ALEXANDER.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Queen Esther circle of the First Meth-
Bed Time Tales
By Clara Ingram Jndson.
LRAFGLOW, Co!!eu Yellow and said Sparkle with decision, "somrthini?
sparkle, the thrre lay f;iiries us. Friend Brook, what is the matter?"
who overslept the sun, jumped out -.Matter cnotish." grumbled the
of their flower UUs and ran towards hrmS. "I'm tired ling a tiny little
t.-f brooic. .... ,, , hrook, fit onlv for fairies. I want to
"Dear rce, but I m sleepy, grumbled i. a b;g raping river."
-sS'am 1." said GoMcn Yellow, I . J" T"''! r "ver some day
laid awake and watched the moon last 7;' ' "'hy Wrr7 and
right when I hoM have been asleep- lrCt aDout " ?
no wonder 1 m so stupid tins murn
irz" "Never mind," comforted Sparkle,
'we'li soon be at the brook and you
kr.ow she i always so checriul and
happy she will soon have you wide
awake w::h laughing!"
They slid H"wn the mocy bar.k
k'spla'h into the clear, sparklintr water,
and what tio you suppose happened?
lns:eai of t'le i.iughinx. tea int
pood mornine. with which the hroolc
always greet-1 fairies, a cross, wliiney
voice said. "Denr me, here are three
more! Now I'll have some more
The fairie were so amazed they
scrambled out of the water as fast
i ever they rouM ojkI sat in a row
on the mo-s-y l ank.
"J:'s no u'e for vnu to sit there so
solemnly," continued the crvs voice, "I
know perfectly wel! that pretty soon
you're K"I,:K to want a drink and then
t"roorrw c-u are soinjj to want an
t :h?r ba"h and a drir.k, and the next
iir another bath and another drink
ir,.I the next dav " t!ie voice trailed
erf in a whine of Jisot:enf.
The fairies looked at each other in
""Whatever do you suppose, began
But the whiney voice hegan again.
"I a'wavs have to tumMr over Morie
and I'm tired of stones." it said. "I
h.jve t'j sparkle in the sun-.hine and it'
hard work to alv.-ays sparkle and I
I av- r ta'k to fairies and I'm tired of
Bat th.- fairies di-!n"t li trr any
longer. Tired of fairies! Could that
fce their ok! friend, the brook, talk
ing? "I'm rointj to fnd out aliout thi."
fcas happened. Won't you please tell
Small Loans a Specialty
If you have furniture or a piano
Our Money is Yours to Command
in small une. $10, $20. 30 and up
long time. I'rivate.
1715i Second Avenue.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
odist church wa held last evening at
the home of Miss Mary Alexander. The
lesson topic waa "Immigration," and
many Interesting article were read.
The program Included a piano selec
tion by Miss Alexander and a rending
by Miss I.aura Holcomb. There was
a short business meeting followed by
a social hour when phonograph selec
tions were enjoyed. Refreshments
were later served by. the hostess.
SWAN SON-BE RSELL.
The marriage of Miss Lydia Bersell. ,
daughter of Mrs. Vraa Bersell. Still j
Thirty-eighth street, to Arthur Swan-1
son of Rockford takes place today in j
Wrncna. III. Mr. Swanson arrived,
last evening and the bridal couple,
with their attendants, left thia morn
ing for Wcnona, where a sister of the
bride resides. Miss Lydia Esthcrdahl
of Moline is to attend Miss Bersell as
nraesmaia. , r. ana """" J3" "t"" j
will make their home in Rockford.
where the groom is employed as book-1
keeper for a wholesale firm.
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FOR MISS BOUNSALL
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Kenworthy de -
r.gnuuliy entertameu a company
about 4- friends at their summer
home in Milan, last evening, as a cour
tesy to Miss Ijliian Bounsall of Bo-
manville. Canada, a guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Mason of Camp Mc
Clellan. Dinner was served at 7
o'clock, and the hours preceding it
were spent in an enjoyable auto ride.
The Kenworthy home was made at
tractive ,for the occasion with many-
brightly colored Japanese lanterns, j
The table was especially pretty. ,
nngntenea wun garuen no.-.,
foliage. The after dinner hours were
spent in dancing. A number of other
affairs have been planned 1n honor of
Miss Bounsall during her visit here.
JOLLY 13 CLUB.
Mrs. Victor Kuenzel of Moline enter-
tained the Jolly 13 club at its meeting
cf yesterday afternoon. In the card
games, tne Bead prize leu to .Mrs. :
Hugo Stange of Moline. who is sub-;
stituting for her mother. Mrs. Carl
Wellnitz. Mrs. Otto Adams of this
city secured second prize and Mrs.
John Van Horbeke won consolation. J
A delicious luncheon was served at Place cards were In pink, each eon
the close of the games, and the host- j taining an original verse suited to
ess used golden glow and ferns to dec- each guest. The affair was a most
orate her table. The next meeting of ;
the club will be In two weeks, when
Mrs. C. V. Hendricks of this city will
be the hostess.
T. O. Q. CLUB MEETS.
The T. O. Q. club resumed Its meet
ings, gathering Monday evening as
truest of Miss Eva DeVoe at her home.
1C42 Fourteenth street. There were
12 young ladies present, six guests in
The fairies tvere so amnsed lltey scram-
Oifd out of the u-aler as fast as
ever they eould and sat its
row on the mossy bank.
"l don't care what III grow to he
some d.iy, I want to be a river now, I
don't care about fairies, I don't care
atw-.ut" and so the whiney voice grura
The three fairies sat on the bank
and ad!v watched a the one time gay
little brook grumMed and snarled and
finally dried up in JisguM?
And now-a-dav when the hovs and
fp'rN from that little town stroll out
to the wo-xis and see the dried-un hed
where the little brook once played,
they wonder and wonder where the lit
tle brook has gone !
Tomorrow A City Prcle Squirrel.
For a short time or
evenings to 9 p. m.
addition to th.? members of the club
The erly part of the evening was
passed Bewing ami chatting, the young
ladies later dancing to Vlrtrola music.
Refreshments were served in the din
ing room, the table's centerpiece being
a vase of garden flowers. The club
will meet in two weeks.
MEN'S SOCIETY HAS MEETING.
A meeting of the Men's society f
the First Swedish Lutheran church
was held last evening in the parson
age, with Rev. Carl Nilsson as host
There was a good attendance of the
men. who enjoyed a most interesting
address by tho pastor on "Luther and
the Ilet of Wurms." After tho pro
gram, refreshments were served by
MRS. TIGHE HOSTESS.
Mrs. Jack Tlghe delightfully enter-
-i 4 n ml .i .11 1 ..ir-n i.f f ha 1tv lut. '1 1 hor
summer home near the Watch Tower
. afternoon Seyera, of the
,adip8 ww unab,e fo aUend amJ on,y
tWQ tab,M were 8urrounden at the
games of 500. Favors fell to Mrs. John
Klmbel. first. Mrs. E. E. Lamp, second,
and Mrs Tlghe took the consolation
prize. There w as a luncheon following
Jhe games. Tho next meeting will be
in two weeks, and Mrs. Robert Downs,
1423 Fourteenth-ami a half street, will
be the hostess.
MRS. MORITZ BRIDGE HOSTESS.
Mrs. Sol Moritz. 412 West Third
street, Davenport, entertained at a
prettily appointed party of yesterday
in honor of Miss Corinne Klein of
DavenporU a Septembor brlue, yin
I(,MC May of chfcaROi a Bue!t of Mrs
j Maver Levi of this city and Mrs. EmU
j Rothst.hld of Atlantic City. Three
tabIef! of bridge were plaved. the high
Rrore favor faUmg to Miss Julius Ochs
0f Davenport. Each of the honor
'guests received a gift. An elaborate
luncheon was served at 5 o'clock with
j the laole appointments in pink and
!rcllow In tne ccntpr of tne table
j was a iarRe golden basket holding cut
flowers In the pink and yellow, and a
dove perched on the handle of the
basket. At each nlace was a tinv bas-
ket In the same design as the center
piece, the doves on the handles hold-
nK coid horse shoes in their mouths.
Miss Lucy Lcrch entertained a com
pany of friends last evening at a the
atre party at the Empire as a courtesy
to Miss Pearl Trather of Ottumwa, w ho
is a guest of Miss Marie Uurgert. Miss
Burgert entertains at her home, 610
Twelfth street, tomorrow evening for
RETURNS FOR FAMILY REUNION.
O. Louis Anderson, who left about
1 12 years ago for Ixs Angeles. Cal., Is
j back In the city meeting old friends,
j Mr. Anderson is visiting his mother.
I Mrs. Maria I Anderson. 61 S Tenth
j street, being the first of the children
! to return for a family reunion. Mrs.
Suffragists to Meet and Plan Political Campaign
Lft to right: Mrs. Anna G. Porritt. Mrs. O. II. V. Belmont. Mrs. Ernest
Thompson-Set on (wearing hat) and Mrs. Crystal Eastman Benedict.
Newport, R. I.. Aug. 2fi. The first J every phase of the political situation
political conference preliminary to the:as 't affects the woman suffrage ques-
entrance of women into a national j " Ppnera'. and the prospects for
congressional campaign will be held SSaRe of , ,,he "ristow-Mondell
. . . j . resolution providing for a constitu-
here Aug. 29 and 20, under the aus- tional amendment enfranchising wo
pices of the Congressional l"nn for nien, will be discussed in detail.
Woman Suffrage. ! The object of the conference is to
Invitations have been B-nt out to i
,nmnnt en frm Hats f, . ,. I
guests of the Congressional Colon and i
its advisory council. The advisory !
council Includes such well known wo- !
men Mrs. C.lendower Evans of Ilos-
,,. . .
ton. Mrs. Wl Um ITMrewt, if.J
of the contro I -r of New ork City. :
Mrs Inez M.Iho and Ivain Jo- j
7.. . Y r ,V I '
,. ..!. wvu.. in mi-
nan. Miss Iivluia Dook, Mrs. Florence
Keliey, Senator Hlen Ring Robin
son, Mrs. F.rnest Thompson-Seton,
Mra. Harvey W. Wiley, and others.
The business sessions of the confer
ence will be held at Marble House,
the beautiful summer home of Mrs. t).
H. P. Ilelmont, a member of the ex
ecutive committee of the union, and
I!. E. Stephenson of Dea
Theodore Anderson of Terre Haute,
lnd., are expected within tho next few
days. Tho reunion will be an event
of next week. Mr. Anderson Is an at
torney of Lou AngeleB and verv ca"
thusittstlc over his California home.
Tho Woman' guild of South Park
Presbyterlun church will hold its
monthly coffee Thursday atternoon at
2:."0 at the homo of Mrs. Ciirrle Rog
ers, 285 Eleventh and a-half avenue.
Tho Young People's society of tno
'tierir.an Evar: r,?l:''rI cuurc.n w.ii r-oia
an lea cream aociabie toun.rrow after
noon ami evening at the ciuiuh.
The annual pienfc of the Sunday
school of Aiken atrtct chapel will he
h"Id tomorrow at Long View park. In
ease of rain It will be held iu the chapel.
All members and families are request
ed to come and to bring their bask
ets. They will meet at the chapel at
10: oO and go in a body.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mumma were
over-Sunday guests of their son.
Holmes, in Sherrard.
The Ladies' Aid society of Zuma w ill
give an entertainment at the Zuma
M. E. church Saturday evening, Sept.
5. The talent will come from Moline.
Arthur Rice of Knoxville, III., who
has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Min
nie Wainwright, the past two weeks
returned home Thursday.
Kathryne Mead spent part of last
week with Port Byron friends.
Irene Knrr has returned after spend
ng two weeks with relatives.
John Ruck visited his brother. Hen-j
ry, at D. W. M mania's Sunday. J
Mrs. Ed Cowel of Moline is a guest !
of Mamie Wainwright.
Miss Eva Mae Toulbie is reported
to be much improved, but is still in
a critical conditions.
Mrs. Omar Karr and children of
Rock Falls are the guests of relatives
Howard Noah has the mumps.
Miss I-ola Spaid was an over-Sunday
guest of Verna Mum ma,
Mrs. Elizabeth Whiteside, who has
been the guest of relatives and friends
the last two months, returned to her
home in Moline the first of the week.
Miss Hazel Wainwright entertained
Thursday evening a few friends in
honor of Mr. C. Brandt of Adair, Iowa.
Tho evening was spent in games, after
which dainty reiroshments were
Mr. and Mrs. C. Stewart were busi
ness callers in Zuma Monday.
Mrs. Jane Wainwright was a busi
ness caller in Rock Island Monday.
Mrs. Henry Genung is seriously ill.
Quite a number attended the Chau
tauqua at Port Byron last week and
enjoyed all the program.
Mr. and Mrs. George Schumate are
the happy parents of a little daughter.
They now have four daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hauberg of Rock
Island visited at the D. Bracker home
Mr. and Mrs. Ixuis Eipper and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eipper
attended the birthday party of John
com,Iete - arrangements for the de- j
f "at ln the coming congressional cam-1
paign of those candida'es for congress '
euminavon is considered essen-i
ial to th? ?.t:rfactc.ry progress of the !
nalional 'cni?n suffrage movement I
fund of -'0.000 is to be raised to .
defrav the cxnrnspa f,r emit,,.. inuov.
ers and oreai'z.-rV
ana orw-wirs. '
A "black list" of candidates Is now j
being prepared at the Washington
headquarters cf th., cvngrtsalonal
n'n'. aad wiil bc nn;uuo,d for the
nrsi time iit tli imniid
the conference to - tw.i,? ,h.
- v.. -u iii.inir
noon of Aug. 30 at Mr.rb!e House. The
name8 will be submitted for discussion
and final plans for the Invasion of the
congressional districts of those unfor
tunates UiUH marked for political d
Btruction will be definitely formulated.
"ThlB program, of course, blnices
HI on the action of the present tou-j
Samuel Pearson of Pitts
FOR EARLY FALL
i k-jt , ,
Though the weird, ghost-like figures
tnat atlr the lace tunic of this black
i 8al'i model give one the shivers, the
! trocK, because or its novelty, promises
to become the vogue this fall.
Liphardt at Hillsdale last Friday. . All
the relatives of the family wcro pres
ent. The Bethel Sunday school will have
a picnic in the Bluff school yard
Thursday, with a picnic dinner.
Miss Dena Gerkin of Rock Island is
visiting her parents.
Mrs. Drennen of Missouri is visiting
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mahlstead spent
last Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Fillmer.
Miss M. Liphardt spent a few days
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. William
Eipper and attended the chautauqua
at Port Byron.
Berlyn Simpson has rented the
Charles Ashdown farm for next year.
Frank Marshall will remove to the
farm he recently purchased from Mrs.
Henry Banker, near Hillsdale.
LICENSED TO WED
Spencer W. Anderson Moline
Miss Katherine Schmidt Moline
Elmer Burdick Moline
Miss Mary V. Larson Moline
George R. Adams Fairflax. Iowa
Miss Anna E. Bailey.. Troy Mills, Ia.
3 cr i
gress on the proposed constitutional
"If the auffraKO amendment is not
passed during the present session, the
union uronoses to attemnt ihe detWt
of certain members of congres-s," Is
.i.. .i ... ...
V , , ,."
Alice Paul of Thiladelphla. "If such
a campaign can bo carried through
suceessftilly. !t will demonstrate in
unmistakable terms to congress that
the t-uffrnge question Is one which can
no lunger be trifled with
Among the prominent rpeukers at
the meeting w ill bo Mrs. Crystal East
man Benedict of WiseoiiBin; Mrs. Er
in st Thompson-Seton cf Connecticut,
wife of the famous naturalist writer;
Mrs. Anna . Porritt. press chairman
of the Connecticut Suffrage associa
tion; Mrs. Donald It. 1 looker1 of .Balti
more, and Mrs. O. li. P. Belmont
.ca, - ... . : z
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Would you
please give me a few suggestions for
a private barn dance which I am go
ing to give, in regards to the music,
lunch, the invitations, a few games
that we can play during the lnteruiis-
slons, and about the drinks. Do you
i think cider would be all right? What
': decorations would you advise, to make
' the barn look as nice as possible?
! A READER
( Make it as old-fashioned as possible
! and between the modern dances have
J the quadrille. Virginia reel, etc. If
I there are any people Jn your vicinity
who can dance the old-time pldgeon
wine, the clog or sucn solo aances.
make them your star performers. You
might have the old folks dance each
other down and give prizes to the win
ners. You would not need any games
if you did this.
If you could get an old fiddler for
the square dances it would be fine.
If not. have a three-piece orchestra,
or, if you can't have that, get a piano
For refreshments have cider, dough
nuts, maple sugar, sweet pickles. If
you want to be more elaborate yoi?
can have cold fried chicken and bread
and butter sandwiches.
Decorate with corn stalks, bunches
of grain and field flowers. You can
add bunting festoons if you like. If
you can get electricity for lighting.
that will be safest. The place could
wired for temporary use.6me b'8 often laugh at me. I won-
If you can't do this, get some of the
old-fashioned celling oil lamps and
suspend them from the rafters. Be
sure that they are hung securely. Au
tomobile headlights also make good
Dear Mrs. Thompson: We are two
chums of 14 and 15 and would Hke
(1) Do you think It improper to
speak to a boy in the evening because
we have no time ' during the day?
Could a police officer arrest us for
doing so? Our parents do not object,
because they know that he Is a respec
table boy and we do not stay away
from home. Two neighbors are
against this. They said they would
tell a police officer. Could they d6
this? We do not disturb them in any
way. Could you tell us the reasons
of the neighbors acting this way?
Things Worth Knowing.
A small speck of cream of tartar
put in boiled icing and cooked with
it will Drevent it turning back to
Alwavs wash white silk gloves in
cold water and white soap and they
j will not become yellow.
Common bracken fern laid down in
places frequented by cockroaches will
drive them away.
Sprinkle dry flour over any japanned
trays that are beginning to look
shabby. Leave for an hour or so,
then rub off the flour and polish wltS
a soft duster. It will improve even
a shabby tray.
Apricot lee Cream. Take one cup
of mashed apricots, one cup of sugar
and two cups of cream. Freeze the
j cream first, then add the sugar and
the apricots, which have been put
through a sieve. Then finish freezing.
It is a most beautiful pinkish orange
Orange Ice Cream. Grate the rind
of one orange into one pint of cream
and add eight ounces of sugar. Stir
in a double boiler until the sugar is
dissolved. When cold, add another
pint of cream and freeze. If orange
juice or orange pulp is to be added,
it must be done after the cream is
fro::en, the cream stirred a minute
longer and repacked. Blood oranges
make delicious ice cream with a most
unusual flavor. They also give a beau
Peach Ice Cream. Melt 4 cup of
sugar in hot water, and in the hot
syrup dissolve two tablespoonfuls of
gelatin, which has been soaked in i
cup of water. Add two cups of
whipped cream, add almond essence,
place in a mold, pack and freeze.
Coffee Ice Cream. Scald two cups
of milk with one-half cup of grounu
one-eighth of a teaspoonful of flour,
coffee. Mix one and one-fourth cups
of sugar, one tablespoonful of flour,
one-eighth of a teaspoonful of salt and
one egg, slightly beaten. Then pour
a double boiler twenty minutes, stir
ring constantly at first, and afterward
occasionally. Cool, add one quart of
thin cream and one tablespoonful of
vanilla. Strain and freeze.
Decorator in Fresco
Superior Designs for public and private buildings.
Bungalows a specialty.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
(2) 1 am 15 ye,ars old; am 5 feet 1
inch. Am I too tall for my age?
, (3) My friend Is 14. She is 4 feet
11 Inches. Is she too small for her
MAMIE AND HELEN.
(1) As long as you do not disturb
your neighbors and are not doing wrong
I do not see why they should object to
your talking to a boy friend, especial
ly as your parents know him to be re
spectable. Unless you disturb the
peace in some way no policeman would
arrest you except on a warrant iworn
out by your neighbors, and then they
would have to prove their accusation.
I cannot imagine why the neighbors
should act as you Bay they do.
(2) No. (3) No.
Dear Mrs. Thompson. (1) Will you
please be so kind and tell me how to
reduce my fat? Can I buy something
at the drug 6tore to reduce my fat?
Tell me about how much it costs? How
much should a girl weigh of 1J year
(2) Whenever I walk on the street
(1) You will probably grow thinner
as you get older, my dear. Meantime
do not eat so much and exercise a lot
so that you will perspire very freely,
then take a cold sponge bath and rub
yourself well. Do this every day. Do
not eat any cake, candies, pastries,
sweets of any kind. Cut out rich des
serts and fat meats. Eat just as little
as possible to keep healthy. There
are no safe drug store remedies for
getting thin. The only thing that will
make you thin is to do what I have
told you, and if that doesn't work,
you are hopeless. Your normal weight
would depend upon your height.
(2) Perhaps you only think they
laugh at you. They may not be notic
ing you at all. If they do laugh at you
they are only ill-mannered creature!
and you should not notice them.
Grape Ice Cream. To one quart of
grape juice add the juice of one lemon
and one quart of cream. If the juice
is not sweetened, add one pound of
sugar. Mix the ingredients and
Fig Ice Cream. Boil some figs until
tender, mash them very fine, and add
a cupful to a quart of ice cream and
a quart of cherry juice, and freeze.
It will not be solid, and should be
served in small glasses. t
Raisin Ice Cream. Take two cups
of seeded raisins finely ground, two
cups of sugar, four eggs, one pint of
cream, five pints of fresh milk and
one teaspoonful of pineapple flavoring.
Beat the eggs well, add sugar and beat
again; add cream and beat again. Thin
the raisins with milk and stir thor
oughly in the freejser.
Almond Ice Cream. Brown two ta
blespoonfuls of sugar in a pan, making
a caramel. This is done by placing
the sugar in the skillet without water
or butter, stirring it while it melts
and browning it. Stir Into this one
cup finely chopped almonds. Cool ana
add one teaspoonful of vanilla and one
teaspoonful of almond extract, ana
fold into the ice cream. It is best to
add two beaten eggs to a gallon ot
cream. This gives a delicate flavor.
Cocoanut Ice Cream. Put one pint
of milk in n double boiler with one
end one-half cups of sugar. Add the
grated rind of half a lemon, the pulp
of three bananas and one cup of co
coanut. Set away to cool, and when
cold add one quart of cream and
YOUNG & M'COMBS'