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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 09, 1912, Image 20

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and since that time the children,
Gladstone, aged 19; Kathryn,
aged 15 f Elsie, aged 13, Earl,
aged 10, and Constance, aged 7,
have been under the exclusive
care of the husband.
Reed asks the custody of the
children, saying that Mrs. Reed
can see them as often as she
The crust for the pie is made
by rubbing 1 pint of flour, y2 cup
lard and a pinch of salt together
with the hands until it feels san
dy. Add cup real cold water
gradually until it is all absorbed.
Flour the board, flour the rolling
pin, roll out the crust very thick.
Grease pie pan; put in lower
crust. Bake crust in hot oven.
Make a boiled custard of y2 cup
'flour,' teaspoon salt and y2 cup
sugar, dilute with y2 pint of hot
milk, then cook and stir over hot
water until mixture thickens.
Cool, stirnngoccasionally for 15
minutes. Beat 4 yolks of eggs,
add of a cup of sugar .and stir
into the hot mixture. Stir until
the eggs looked cooked, then cool
and flavor with r2 teaspoon va
nilla. Mix 1 quart of hulled straw
berries with the custard, place
this over the baked crust, beat the
whites of the 2 eggs to a stiff
froth, put this over the berries
and custard. Put into the oven
until the whites of egg brown
slightly. Remove from oven, let
cool. This amount makes two de
licious pies. These, pies majr be
madefrom. any fruit m season,.
such as cherries, goosebernes,etc- i
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H BertonBr&y
If you cannot stand
A good natured jest,
At either Yourself or the thing
you Jove "best,
If it makes you sore
When somebody laughs at you
Or chuckles and chaffs at you,
Then You're a bore!
For" there isn't a thing
In this world we make money in,
This world we are gloomy or
cheery and sunny in,
That you can't!, if you try,
Find something that's funny in.
Folks are born, live and die,
And (the wise never doubt it) '
The whole world has something
that's funny about it. -So
take iHtrom me -
(I'm a wise man, you know),
The'way is to see " ,f
Where the joke is, and so
To laugh hack again,
With mirth in ydur eyes,
At the whole world of men
Are you wise? f ,
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IJeroic Measures.
Tom That Miss Biggies is the
poorest , conversationalist I ever
His Hostess Is that so? -Tom
Yes. The only thing
she 'said to me the whole evening
was "No," and I had to propose
to her to get her to say that.
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