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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 16, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 14

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bits of butter and a few bread crumbs.
Put m oven for five minutes. Turn
onto platter and serve piping hot.
'Canned pineapple may be used in
the salad. Remove, from can and al
low to stand at least three hours be
fore Serving. Cut lettuce in fine
strings. Make nest and put pine
apple on top. Serve with French
dressing, with spoon of cold cheese
custard at side of plate.
Put one heaping cupful of grated
cheese into double boiler. Allow to
melt. Put one egg that has been well
beaten into one cup of milk, a salt
spoon of dry mustard and one of salt.
Add to the cheese and cook until like
thick custard. Add one teaspoon of
butter. .Put aside to cool slowly.
When thick serve in spoon shape on
salad plate.
For decorating table use white
linen and dishes. Place cards of
shamrock with guest name in gold.
Favors may be tiny Irish harps or tiny
pots' of growing shamrock. For the
centerpiece use bank of ferns on
round mirror, a few white flowers and
Irish flags.
If you care to, you can decorate
your entire table with crepe paper,
which is being used more and more
as decorations for informal frolics
and dinners.
o o
"What is your last name?" asked
a schbolteacher.
"Augustus, ma'am."
"Augustus!" exclaimed the teacher.
"What is your other name?"
"Jones," said the lad.
"Then Jones is your last name, of
course!" said the teacher looking at
the boy with considerable severity.
"No'm," replied the boy respect
fully. "My name was Jones when I
was born, but mother says they didn't
name me Augustus for three
The hat is built up on the left side
and is worn low on the forehead on
the right. It is of grey green braid
with brim lined' with black velvet
A wreath of mignonettes and.ablack
ostrich pompom at the side.
Just now the designers of hat trim
mings are taxing their artistic tastes
in making novel "stick-ups" out of
ostrich feathers as all plumage of
wild birds lsintertlicted by law.
-j o o yy
Women folks are taking exception
to Vice President Marshall's advice
to husband's to kiss their wives once
a day as an act o.f good faith. Sure.
Might as well use a rubber stamp or
notary seal to show good faith.

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