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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 05, 1912, Image 15

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No. 8. This is Miss Elsie Cervenka, who has been named as
the prettiest working girl in Cleveland, 0. 'She is cashier for the
May. Co., a big department store.
Baked Welsh Rarebit.
Cut sfices of stale bread of the
same thickness, trim off the
crusts, and slice some cheese
thinly. Arrange the bread-and
the cheese in alternate layers in
a pie dish. When the dish is near
ly full, pour over the contents
sufficient milk to fill it to the brim.
Cover the dish and bake for 20
minutes. Then uncover it and
brown the top. A little pepper,
salt and mustard, if liked, may be
put on each layer.
o o
'She So many men marry for
money! You'wouldn't marry me
for money, vould you, dearest?
He (absently) No, darling; I
wouldn't marry you for all ,the
money in the world !
And he marvels now that she
didn't speak the last time he met

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