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LETTERS TO CYNTHIA GREY
J am 17' and have been going
rwith a boy of the same age who,
J 'think, loves'me. We had a quar
rel and then he asked my forgive
ness, but I would not forgive him.
I felt sorry afterwards, because it
Kvas such a little thing to get an
gry about. As I owed him a letter
I answered it, but- he has not an
swered. Don't you think I have
jdone my part? "May."
Since he asked your forgiveness
.once, and you refused it, I think
tyou should now make every possi
ble effort to show him that you
, are sorry.
'. (l)lHow shall I wear my hair?
(2) I have brown hair and blue
eyes.-' What are my colors? (3)
Are colored hose stylish? X.
A. (1) Parted on the side or
in the center, rolled slightly at
the sides, and done low in the
neck in three coils or in puffs. No
"rats" are worn. (2) .Blue the
shade of your eyes is the best col
or, and all shades of blue will be
becoming. (3) Yes, the color of
1 What would you advise a
3boy of 16 to do, who has a talent
e for acting? 2 Does one have to
graduate from school of oratory
to go on the stage? 3 How much
'pay would an actor receive on
first going on the stage? Does
the company pay all his -expenses ?
4 How should I apply for a po
sition on the stage? A. H T.
1 First complete his general
education ;'ar, leW finish his High
school course; then have a Httle
training in voice and expression,
from some dramatic school or
teacher; finally take a small posi
tion in some company, and work
himself to the top. 2 No. 3
This varies, in different compan
ies, and, according to the import
ance of his part. His salary would
probably be small, at first. Cer-
tain ones, but not all. 4 Apply '
to some booking agency, in one
of the large citie.s, or to the man
ager of some stock company.
SOME SOUTHERN "EATS"
t Whole Wheat Bread. Dis
solve 1 yeast cake in 1 cup of te
pid water. Add to 1 quart tepid
water, 1 tablespoon of salt, 1-3
cup of sugar and 3 large table
spoons of melted butter or lard,
2 cups of white flour, the cup of
water with the ,yeast cake, and
enough whole wheat flour to,
make a soft dough. Knead well
and let rise till light in warm
place. Knead again and mold in
to loaves and let rise till double
in bulk, i Bake in moderately hot
oven from 50 minutes to an hour.
Boston Brown Bread. Sift
together 2 cups of white flour, 2
cups of graham flour, 1 cup of
meal and 1 teaspoon of salt. Add
2-3 of a cup of molasses, 1-3 cup
of white sugar and 2 teaspoonsqf
soda well mixed, 1 cup of clabb'er
and 1 cup of sweet milk. Stir and
beat very hard. Steam according
to the size of the pan. A 2-pound
coffee can may be used by filling
2-3 full and placing in a pcPdf