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W? / / / / / / mtoh / %4;>>- v ' ..-f ■'/i- flp., 4.; / > Is fc-^^ jT / v . JO; / / o*Br w^^ m s J: j / / / * Jm (rnjmmm J/ *Simmm JF f / y if> *'y f ( x BBljjlllip' y : DRESSING ADDS ZEST —Liven up your basic green salad with dressing that's a little different. One good Cap/, and Mrs. Davis Return to Washington Navy Capt. and Mrs. James H. Davis and the latter's mother, Mrs. David H. Kinche loe are settled in their new home at 5230 Watson street In Briarcliff. Capt. Davis has returned to Washington for duty in the Office of Military Sea Transport Service after sea duty in the Far East. Ambassador Entertains The Ambassador of El Sal vador and Senora de Castro j entertained at dinner last week j at Normandy Farm for Mr. j and Mrs. Philip Raine who will leave soon for Sao Paulo, I Brazil. Mr. Raine has recently been [ named as an official of the j United States Consulate there. J Meeting Today The Business Women's Club j of Fort Bel voir meet for din- j ner today in the Fairfax Room, Penn Daw Hotel. Mrs. Marya Senkow, president, will preside. READERS' CLEARING HOUSE Travel With Children Mrs. C. L. A.. Hyattsville Several people have re quested hints for taking trips with small children in a car. We have made several trips, usually to Florida or Pennsyl vania, with our two girls, ages 5> 2 and 2> 2 . We purchased a portable ice chest, such as many people use for picnics, with ice in one section and food in the other. We carry milk, fruit, cookies, and any thing else we may want (for mula for the baby, made be fore we left for 3 days and stored in quart Jars, and 8 clean bottles.) We also have a small sterno with matching pan which we used to heat milk when the youngest was on formula, also soup or hot dogs in case the children should get hungry ahead of schedule, which will happen with the best of plan ning. The ice chest we placed between the front and back seats on the floor, the other space we filled with suitcases (the ones we would use at night, with one change of clothes if needed) and over these we placed a pari or crib mattress. I usually fit one or two paper bags into the cor ners someplace, one for toys, crayons, books, etc., and the other for trash. We carry a thermos of cold water and plenty of paper napkins and tissues and paper cups. Also, we have a little potty seat w’hich fits, folded, under the front seat—very handy for the smallest and good for an emergency for the older. Only takes a minute to empty and wash. We usually start around 7 or 7:30 a.m., and drive until about 9 or 9:30 when we stop for breakfast. If our fruit and milk are low we re-stock at this time, also check car and ice supply. 'Most service sta tions on the highway have ice or can tell you where to stop.) We don’t make any other stops until about 2 p.m., when we stop for lunch and a short romp for the girls, this stop is usually about an hour. The girls take naps in the after noons and our next stop is fOlneylm\) < Dittinctive V Country Dining f 1 Famous Old Plantation I Receipei I I Sunday Cocktails \ I Party Accommodations \ I CLOSED MONDAYS ] 1 Georgia Art. Extended. Rt 97 / V Telephone WH. 6-5757 / / Q«rtrt4i lllliraa BrtviUr \ / Owner \ I OLNIY, MD. i,-at, I MAIN-DISH SALAD— Here are the ingredients for a summer salad —Cooked South African rock lobster tails combined with onion, pepper and celery, heaped on lettuce leaves. A French dressing goes over all—herbs might be dried marjoram, basil or fresh dill. 1113 When broiling chicken pieces,pul on bottom of broiling pan,-no! on rack about 6:30-7 pm., before dark ; so the girls can play a while. Then we eat. We always stay at motels for several reasons— the car is always close, restau rants are usually handy and reasonable and most motel owners welcome children (and pets) and usually provide for their pleasure, too. We always got a baby crib, until the last trip, when we got a double bed for the girls. We have with one exception, always had wonderful trips, and I believe it's because we planned the car part especially around the children. We dressed them in shorts for the summer and jeans for the win ter and were not too fussy with how they were going to look when we stopped. A wet wash cloth carried in the car pocket and a comb and brush soon makes all feel fresh enough for any stop necessary. rrrrrrrrr ♦ HAND WASHED ♦ X IN LUX FLAKES ♦ ♦ GUARANTEED ♦ i AGAINST SHRINKAGE X l THE WOOLERY ♦ WA. 7-2600. ♦ Seven rooms to select from t'WWH&I *l* cor ®**d bnr arrange* corkage charge. Ample Full court* delightful Ideal arrangements for r «gulor club or business meetings. Just the right size room for groups of 15 i pepper-upper is tabasco sauce; it blends equally well with a simple French dressing or mayonnaise. I hop* this will be of some | help to someone planning that j "looked-forward-to trip.” ** * * To Clean Paintings Mrs. J. H. K., Washington For Mrs. M. D., Washington, on how to clean oil paintings, this is recommended Dy Miss Gena Thames of Rutgers Uni vereity. If possible, remove the canvas from the frame. You'll find the canvas is on a stretcher. Sometimes dust and dirt collect between the edge of the frame and the canvas | frame. Use a lintless cloth to | remove loose dust, then wash ! the surface of the painting gently with lukewarm, mild j soap-flake suds. Repeat sev eral times If the surfaee is unusually dirty or rough. Pat off the suds with a cloth moist- j ened with clean, clear water. As soon as the dirt has j loosened, or before that, if the paint begins to dissolve, stop washing and pat dry with a soft cloth. Then apply boiled linseed oil with either a camel's hair brush or a soft lintless cloth. Usually boiled clear lin seed oil may be purchased at the drug store or a hardware store. Usually going over the surface of the painting once i timed for rollriip entrance: the dross JHra|Rj PLLS the watch! You're set fashion-wise I | ) compus cotton comes mßfflH / complete with its own wrist ■% watch,* with a strap that matches the dress' Sizes 8 including Federal tax on • Swiit mov.rn.nf, wilh aoio ol Aline* J 'wjjisSllPi^ (processed aluminum). j QPasttngton < 3E > 1108 Connecticut Avenue • Open Daily, 9:30 to 6:00 | with the linseed oil is enough, j. ' If it has never been oiled, it , may take another application, j I Cleaning and oiling oil paint- j | ing should be done about once ' j a year. Miss Thames says. ** * * Presidents Poem? Mrs. G. W.. Washington I wonder if some reader ; could give me the rhyme which gives the Presidents. It is such a useful one and begins: First Washington. Adams and Jefferson. J»mf' Madison. Jamwi Monroe, Then Adams again and Jackson . . I would so like to re- j memorize it and would greatly appreciate it if someone could send it in. fi tyal/ietatqs B' 7 * LARGE • SMALL ■B Beouf'fut Private . WEDDINGS . RECEPTIONS Ml • ANNIVERSARIES Serve Salads Often — But Try For Variety By THE CHEF Salads are, or should be. a staple all year round, but somewhow in summer we seem to serve more and bigger ones. The basic green salad is subject to an enormous num ber of variations. It can be, simply, a few types of greens tossed with a light French dressing. Or it can include heartier vegetables onions i the sweet, purple-skinned ones, please), radishes, cucum bers. tomatoes, green or red sweet peppers, even crisp rounds or sticks of carrots, and shredded red cabbage. A word about side dish sal ads—make an effort to match your salad to your main dish. If you’re grilling hamburgers, let it include onions, peppers and carrots. For, say, a deli cate chicken in sauce, let it be just varied greens with a light dressing. With pork, slice a few apples and a lit tle cabbage into your salad; with roast duck, or anything sweet and fatty, add a few tart slices of orange. Don’t overlook salad as a main dish. A splendid chef's salad can be the vehicle for using up those leftover cold cuts. On top of your bed of greens, place ham, bologna, salami, American or Swiss cheese cut in thin, julienne strips, served with a French dressing. This is a wonderful summer lunch. Add Seafood Seafood is another wel come addition that makes a meal out of a simple salad. Dark escarole combined with romain. plus some diced celery go beautifully with shrimp; combine cooked and cut up South African rock lobster tails with minced onion and pepper, diced celery and greens. 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