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TIIK HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. THIHAY. JUNE 3. 1015.
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Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am go
ir.t; on 17 years of age. Am I too young
to go with fellows? Is it wrong for a
p-.rl to go with different young men?
C I went with a fellow all last
winter and I thought a lot of him and
he seemed to think the same of me. We
wrnte to one auother every week. This
quart Moj.vms. one lemon sUcci tasn. ?!,ring he quit going with me and quit
four pounds of white sucar, one Ki- writing. He Pt:i' comes to see uiv
Ion boiling water; hen it is lukf-; on,.p jn a great while, but he won't
warm add one cake yeast and white ' COnie in the house and he never asks
of an ere beaten stiff. Cover with i for a date. Do you think he cares for
am AM I'kim:rum:.
i?'.raw berry-l'in-at'p!e Marn:a!ad
Two quarts strawberries .two oranges. !
one pineapple. Crui-h berries t'.iKht- ;
ly gra' rind off orjiipes unl squeeze
out Juice, tlrind pint apple in gri;! ier,
then add pints e i.;.ir. Coo.-c Jo in j
thick and put in J- ily tuiiibiers. This !
makes abtui cigh;
Klderberty lllussom Wine Or.e
keep on forgetting yourself la doing
for others you will find that it pays
in the end.
The girl can do you no permanent
(4) There is too much difference in
your ages. Probably he is only flirt
ing with you and does not intend to
marry you anyway.
o You put yourself in a position to
be talked about, which is not desirable
when you are trying to make friends.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: My husband
insists upon spooning with me when
we are out in a crowd of people and I
think it is common. Don't you think
so, too? We have been married eight
weeks and I think it is time he grew a
little less affectionate. P. T.
It is not time that he should grow
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a marriea man u jim iHsmiciiwuo'.t. v. mus n.c hub
1 in the! are staving at his house and bis wite ne wants in rmaw, mi inue u. mane
n dry. be j tio-sn't oi jet t? CINDERELLA. a spectacle of yourself before people.
and firm, and kp the fruit m You are not old enougn to gojii is tummu,, lu, .....u lg
much more oer- with just one bov. but you are oia ! sptiuii in jjuohl; n mi uniuai i im, um
blnnket or something to keep in t.'.e
steam, an 1 let stand three days. Then j (31 How ran a girl become attrac
straln through cheeboeloth and put injtive and win friends? I try to treat
bottles or Jugs to ferment. Keep : everyone the best 1 can, but they do
filling with wator as it evaporates. not return the friendship. There is
and do not cork as long as if ferments. I one girl who is angry at me and she
This will also do for dandelion or j talks about me to other people. Do
clover blot-som wine. Also all juice . you think this is the reason people try
of an oranrc. j to shun me?
Trune Conserve M! one quart) t There is a fellow in our com
prur.es (soaked 14 hours and seeded I. ; mun;;y who is about 3S years old. He
one pound seeded raisirs. two cups I seems to try to make love to me. Do
watr and two pints sugar. Co-ik half j you think we could be happy together
hour. KTr.ove from stove and stir in j if we should marry, or is there too
one pound Fr,r":ish walnut meats, j mut h difference in our ages?
r.,r trto r.-rt cars and sea! I " Is there any harm in going to
MoM on Jel'v If the nain-r which : a social with
Is put ever Jelly be 'i:pp
white of :tn ccs it will, wh
from moidliir with
cr-ar.:. sucar and ergx. T hen :ft four
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1E" 'icxr n'1 ,fei' ln """""i ,a,n,v ,han ,t ,iir,rrd in alcohol enough to have several boy friends, a great many
:... or water to make raV- l-atr. I TS-n,y tna" 1 ' . rna nf vm.ne f this.
or hranisy . r. paper :i ; i n.i t.-.i. i.v. e. . i
i!xt the fruit is menr. not cut i-nip touie to jui .. .v
which is tied or pa.-ted over the class. persertiy proper to in a uuj taivc ou
To Park Cannel Cooi-t - Park can- j home from similar gatherings at other
-ert 'r..ti! in Fjtdiif!. Th'S material I bouses. A girl of 17 should not let a
will certainly h' lp to keep th ca
cool In sun.mer and prevent fn-e:::
meu refuse to believe
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i for any kind of fruit. The white
of the (( l used for fje top j
l:.-rakfM Kc Shoul ! r.evrr be 1
S. A thin shell of white U male
f.ard a.-.d Inigrstil !e. whS the bulk
t f the t 1 barely warmed through.
Tr.e foliowir.c Is a b-rter way: Put sis
:r.t- a small eel that will boll two
juar- Kill with boiling water, cover
'.: it j ei away from the fro for
: or e'sht minutes. At tnlnute for
l:.- I. Slr.! 1'rujr.n!" a c.'pkin In a
-. -Uh ar.d ert rgics in Its foils
f .-ailope. I i:i HrmnantD of cold
I" !-.! tr bje f!h. f re-d from k!.n
I ! e put aitern.it later of
i l.rl p tavx" and fish, seasor.c l '
m!'f . :-frr. pepp.-r and salt, pour orej
c-ip of ir.iSk oer. oer brra 1
r ;-?.! ar. l lae half an hour j
'. Wheat Itrcad --Tiir" cups I
. wheat f u', one-q u .r'er cup j
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: . a a.-.'S ot.e bra'cn if.' P.ake otic I
!. ,r ! a quar'er n a slow oven,
iur.a i' .til I-iv crirp lettuce
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Crumbs that are to b. kept fo
tlr.i" should be put in class jars,
wstli the tight screk tops used
preserve are excellent
for the pur-
The crumbs will ket p better
bread Is first dried in the stove
Bobby's Fruitless Search.
Bobby heard his mother tell his fa
ther that her mother, who was ill, was
in a comatose state and she must go to
her at once.
Bobby immediately ran from his
geography and looked diligently for
some time through it. Finally he
brought it to his father and said:
then grated a:;-1 bottled when e: ".re'y
col ! All n-a!!i.;.p.l !:s:: . inclu
rut:ibs in the i:.:iure a:-.d a dry dust
of th-ri on top. "A":;h 'the addition of
the crdti.hs. alt fragments of fre;:i
ni-at. : -!i ar.d poultry may be used up.
-t this !
Lay on the t
en n.l!: Saal salad platef
f .. Wi-j- ut break;: g up t x r.nelv
i.rr.'.'1 walnut n.ea;. sll.es .:
"if-l i.lnn anl a erfion cf lcn;on
All fresii dfrm.r.ff.
r.o::i to slide nr.d :
forth wrinkled wt
!f t :. are r.n:-.ly
trurk which 1 i"
cnr.t.-nt you will
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boy call regularly or become serious
in his attentions.
d) He certainly does not care for
("i When talking to a person try to!
f.nd out w hat he is particularly inter-
! cs'e i in and pet him to talk on the "Kather. I can't find the state of coma
, suh.e. t. Show great interest in what j tose in here. Will you?" Judge.
! lie is sayirg and make as intelligent
; rer.lies as possible. Then he will go i
" away thinking that you are a capital:
g.rl. one worth knowing better. To:
carry on such conversations you will '
have to be widely informed. Personal ;
r.p;.i arance is one of the chief factors :
in a't rai ling or turning away friends. ;
r.veryor.e likes to associate witn neat,
well dressed people. By well dressed
I tio r.ot exactly mean expensively
:resel. Good ta.-te works wonders as
if hi:.? ; well as tnot-.ey. Be spirited and ready
:i too for who!et.-me sports. Both girls and
f s.ic-lbovs '.:; cirls who are in for long
Open Vow Mouth
and Shut Your Eyes'
TV!.eioT Of coane. Ck
that rnelrs in your raoatb?
tea. inncea. it miM wit a
tHr ghtet, finest cum flour
Buikd. Ak your aroecr.
AuaCrskiw HiQuf C
v arc ;ii.owf
icir.g. cards and other
s. Never be coarse
is. ter.ms. :a
'..p. they will con; games ;iii i froli
1 tiu.ss.--i. h.ereas. r.r.r rough in any of your play. Keep
l.-I 1 1 i r'-"" e in a I on tre.itir? every. i;e the best you can,
t t-.o !-1 .-. for is I for k.iulr.t ,-s of heart is after all the
get far better re-j greatest thing. Don't expect immedi
I ate returns for what you do. If you
i hat Spell
Se-Mom s it th z noii fortune of thrifty
Souif wive toh tve r many Attractive iav
"T f "ciai!. eft c red thrm a ou'!l f.nJ here.
Ccc.'-sic tlirc price arc o low it it abso
Iv tefy irrpca'.hlc fcr u to d !icr ale items
v hu!t nm-UTt to tcs than SI.
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hf r.f Ii Hill Fi.'.al tlib ye-
ter: "ff:.n.i-. at her l.or-.e. KK
Tf.f'h -rue. e la ! $;--v.-i'.rs
ifr.e : t-i-.r f .- rk and In
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-."fu? lun :i In the ;.:e after-
1 1-ih w.l! -; i it. mn.Birr
In t tin u j ifij I
fe-rea'i-n ir.:ea i : Jn th
OU D Jtch Cleanser.
regular pjickaj:r. 3 fcr
Tuna FiiS. th? chicrn of the tea,
2-"c cat. fcr 21c. 13c izr
ImpcrtrtI Macarrni or Spaghetti. ztra fine
quality gocxlt men thre are dttficult to
cbtain ro, our Friday asTio
price 3 package JFHO
CranJm.a Ctte Noodle.
10c rackaire .
No. 3 can cf Losranh-rrrici in rich yrup thee brrie
re the motl dhctou canned fruit we know of 'fl
our Friday price. 20c cr 2
Arfo Starch. Friday "Illr
Pure Sweet ClJcr
In gallon can
Lcff Cabin Syrup the tradinj brand, rich and
dciiciou. 50c cant ZJc. 23c cana
WHAT KIND OF TEA DO YOU USE?
:. f.f prir for h'h nr and Miss
TreK:: n reiei:r.g a very pretty gutvt
favor The luncheon was serve 1 at 1
o dock !n the inn with cover laid for
1 ar. I the tablo very lively with dec
'"'.'m of pick and white. The table
ift.'.rp.... w a large basket filled
wrii pink sweet peas, the band! of
l;!3 was t:el with rink tulle. rSb-t-ir.s
of the tulle extended from the
basket t the correr of the table
where they were held with large tulle
t - Place favors were bisque cuplds
ta-h of whuh camel on It aria a
f ir bo filed w-ith rice with which the
bride-to-be wa showered. The place
card were tn plsk and white and band
palr-tej basket hell the nut, the
!.'- making a very beautiful setting.
Mrs Joseph H. Coan-.b of Chicago was
an out of town guest.
I K Ml AT C A.MIT.ELLS ISLAD.
Twr.-.ty-elsht member of Trinity
of Trinity Episcopal church
ga'herel at Campbell' island yester
day tur the annual outing and lunch-
on. The ladies went in a body at
11 o'clock in the morning to the is
land ar.d at 1 o'clock they were errel
with a course luncheon in the Inn. The
Ular.d wa beautiful and the day per
fect ard the ladle passed a most en
joyable time, returning in the late af
ternoon to their home. Thl close
the guild' activities for the eeason.
SoriL AOl-TEirTS. j
Th a lie of the Attar society of
Pi. Joseph' church will fcold their i
"wing meeting tomorrow afternoon
In the school house.
The third dlvlMon of the ladle' All
so. lety of spn er Memorial Methodist
sr. I tjsnrra aftercoua she will hm l trch will hold a lawn party tomor-
C eal rf te.or at a !-.t. hron given row afternoon at the borne of Mr. E.
r Jlf. James Cor-r a! tcr fc e ea j l Cameron. Seventh avenue.
wetet?i street. Mf K.-aier w ;:j re-! ff!r " postponed from Ust
week because of Inclement weather.
The regular meet In g of Barbara
mtch!e tent laughter of Veteran
will t held tc morrow evening In Me-
Til l ok M li v 1 1: w i:.
V.- W.i J;t. I.e.; at Su r t. "r.e. "Zj
ei .in ns J .tr.rt. e:;terta:r.e I at a
be a it 'vl'.jr aptce. tea r tr ,v ajj.
e . . a. a nuri'tir f r M: li.r.ry
.- : l'rt'r el led r.a; U. In-1 . wh
! tve Ci't o her );i!rr, Mr Mary
'Atltsnttt. A C'Ttr.pae.v o? ' trl-c!'
1 :.c entert:. I in a -lel.icr.tfully
t.-.;erv.al wa. The hru. a deco
ra'! beaa'.fallr wtth a profusion of
pi e er.-l ftr ars'-aeemr::.
I rapt w iTtf 1 in tr.e, sjn parlor
a.-. I .f '. tm ee.are of the afternoon
a idii'va wa f r e 1 Mrs. 71 W.
H-;rtt 1 eeterta:r.!-g to-ay at a Ittnch-e.-a
at C.e II t. I::irttl fn par.
-p. r a lourte.T tr Mr Kra.er
t-r- t hr hort-.e in hi ar.jp
urSar after a pia.. : s.;t
ttprwrnr f it n with
Mr 3. It. Cue at her h.onc in ha
Lap prtenta er.tertair.e I the W ed. j que.tej.
y eiir iat ye.terdy arternoon a: ! The L
mortal nasi in tbe court bouse and a
large attendance or member la re-
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Ladle Aniliarr to the Eacle
Th f.r.t i;l tatinain at a card nanr at thai
.tru- wen: to Mr. I- II laimp. Mr. ' home tomorrow afternoon. The
game of 10O will be played. In the
: tfce forau-.t: targes of lrn
tn wen: to Mr. II II. u
ti-l I.arn toott th second and Mr.
. J 3.:.
- , .r..r.,: ..ru,:.,M '-" aor '.ter.m the ladles drill team of the
"f ' a-vt, mhH H t!s diMnj r.m ; j-,i will entertain at a card party
a'terih. the servttc table ha.'la tt. hoa , ht, clnch an4 soo w
.... . ne'''.V,"?,l!l!W. ,T," ThH-irL Ice cream and cake will be
. " a. V : I i- r r 19 ! C-r i lor Eagle and
- 1 SOC T Mr. K. C. Lassp. IStJ Teoth aver.ae their ladle.
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Vua Mart TremaB. who rr.r. ! parlors. Mr. O. Rupert acting as
j ra. to fflbert Ia U aa reCt of June f , hostes. The meeting wa to have
, :a e.tr!.T m tne g-at of;ben held at the home of Mr Rupert
Baar at a twaattrtally appointed bridge on Kock Island arsenal, but the Isiand
,si uersso gitea at Ar.:-r Veer ktiif rlot tn vi.inr. .1.. i
5r"- Pepon. Sta ?4:s Oertmde ! rceetiag waa necessarily changed.
iwn im eoie. I o-ar table of I -
fcrldaia pUyed la :!; r.ornlas. 1 All the tsewa a.l the time t-k
JXra. Ceorj rs.uC.bbou of Jioiic, ta- Arjua,
ff If it isn'
Hatttea Special CIcr.d Coffee the lb. 31c. 3 1-tlL. for$lj
H. R. Battles & Co.
Re I. 314 -:- 1806 Second Ave
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