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mlly shmei. to foe tfirowa into outer
(To Be Continued -Jjjopday)
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GOLD AND WHITE" IS5f ASHION'S
the blouse. Over this was worn a
eape q the white- material lined with
A gold straw -helmet with up
standing white whlgs made this wo
man the observed of all observers
at the FTehch race" track.
' LATEST DKTUW
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Very fantasies, were- sme of- the
i siyies seen, at uae raesap Airceui re-
1 qprnUy. ' v i . .
C j, One of the m6t famous "QfFrench
Deauties wore a gowf as tiere pic-
'lifted. , - '-' . ,
"'" hlN soft, silky drepe,
with a broad kaacf of golqeBibroidery
auuut uie nips auS XorMBg a part of
BESTS AND BEET GREENS
Twist tops from the roots. Put
tops in clear told water. 'Wash roots
and put over te hot water. Boil until
tender. DroD into cold water and the
skin will sIid off easily. Put tops into
tT,7.rTxrff Yin aW-iiifcf onnnoli tA A '
cover them. If very young, they
should fta done in twenty minutes. If
older it will take longer Salt to
taste. When cpoked put greens in
colander and chop lightly with knife
When medium fine, put greens m
center of dish they may be served ih.
Chop beet roots, place row round
greens, dot all with butter, put in
moderate awn-ten minutes and serve.
A little, chopued, cooked bacoa may
be.adde4 to greens.
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Pound one-half cup of flour wWm
half teaspoon of salt into an inch
thicks medium sized round steak.
tSlice one onion, seed and chop
two green geppers, one clove of -garlic
cut in. three pieces', peel and sHce
sp; large tomatoes. Put into skillet
with two tablespoons .of butter. Al
low to cook slowly until it forms
thick; sauce. Turn sauce into bowL
Put two tablespoons of gutter into
skillet Heat hot Put in steak. Turn
several times to sear. When steak
is brown add sauce. Cover aad sinfc- m
mer forty minutes. Do -not allow tte
sauce "to cook brown; add a little
stock of , water as needed. Serve
steak and sauce in center of platter
with border of cooked rice with dash
of Curry powder.
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To properly bake sponge or pound
cake hae oVqn hot enough to turn
white'paper ligh! yellowia Ave mia-utes.