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expectedly, on a rainy evening now
and then, like a fly into a jug of
cream. I'm not going to' lifie married
life. I've been playing solitaire so long
that I can't bear the idea of dealing
cards to somebody else. And then,
again, men want you to make a home
for them and tnentay in it principal
And that's how I talk about it when,
this is. my wedding day.
Cuthbert tried to act happy and
gay, poor fellow, and was all dressed
up in the conventional black. It was
to be a home wedding. I suppose I
ought to have led him around and
sfiown him to my girl friends. But
ybu don't like to do that with things
you have sent up to the house merely
,on approval. So I sulked out in the
After the minister arrived and the
TioUr approached, I got so nervous I'
felt like screaming. A panic took me,
and I ran out df the back door.
Here- was I, the bride, ditching my.
Backward, turn backward oh .time,
stop the 'dock; silence the wedding
bell; spare me the shock!
The new vicar was making pastor
al calls in his parish and stopped to
converse with a small boy'atthe gar
"And where does your father go
on Sundays, my little man?"
"Well, On fine Sundays he goes
golfing, and on wet Sundays he turns
us all out to church so he can have a.
bit of peace in the house."
There are more cases of diphtheria
that never get any worse than just
a sore throat than there are cases
that show a membrane. These are
catching, of course. So are the coin
mon cold variety. To fell the ydlffer
.ence send a culture from the child's
throat to the health department and
have it tested!,
GINGHAM MAKES BEST SCHOOL
Plain and plaid gingham is used in
this little frock, which is made, to
simulate a 4ong, plain belted tunic
over a plaid skirt.
The plaid is ptit on the bottom of
the. tunic in the shape of a wide un
dersold. The dress is useful, will
"tub" easily and is especially chic
and up to date.
Dice two cups of cold boiled pota
toes. Put into Skillet with one table
spoon of butter or butter substitute.
Salt to taste. Stir carefully not. to
mash them. When heated through
and ready to serve add one-quarter
cup of cream or top. milk. Allow to
, cook five minutes. Serve hot