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Chop together 2 pounds lean
beef;l ppurid lean pork atfd
pound salt, pork. Add to, this 1.
cup dry-preiid crumbsj 1 teaspoon
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au 'ijpioons melted butter 2 beaten
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'Pack in pan and set in roaster
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To 1 can, Salmon, shredded fine,
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v "milk, 2 Welt-beaten eggs, J4 clip
dry'bfeadr.urribs,'the juicebf Yt
lemohesomilgtq taste, a little
lopje'd parsley and"a t'aBlespoon
rnelted butter. Mix thoroughly"
put into greased pan and bake. 4
jninutes. 3erve with white saucei
J Any One. , '
Breathless, Would-be Passen-;
gferr "Statjonniaster, when does-"
the half-past seventrain leave?''
Passenger "Well, the new
church clock is twetjtysqven min-
VX&L past, the post-office cl0ck js
fthirty-two minutes past. Now,"
In the name pi goodnesV,what
clock have I to go hy?r " -
Sta$5nmaster "Yxui can gcj
by any clock- you like; but tlpj
tram hSfT gone."i
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The man who leaved his utn- J
brella m church is giying his faith