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fu accepted him as Iztu. He fell
easily into the situation. Don't
"Say I'll double the amount I've
lost if you'll' keep quiet at home about
my wonderfulicur out here."
"At home? Why, I'm not going to
write to your home town about this
little circumstance, good joke that
it is." '
"No, but you may blab -when you
get there "
"Get there? Why, who's going
back with you?"
"I think you are, if you mind your
p' and q's with Hermia," grinned the
squire, and he poked Joe in the ribs.
"You hit it right!" fairly radiated
Joe that evening, after a delightful.
hour in Hermia s company, and re
turning the poke in the ribs with in
terest. "And I'm the happiest man
in Oklahoma or out of it, either!"
1 Vz cup of walnut meats. Put these
into dry flour and mix. Turn flour
and fruit into first mixture. Turn
into well greased, perfectly tight
.baking powder cans. Fill can two
thirds full, cover and steam 3 hours.
PUDDING FOR THANKSGIVING
By Caroline Coe
The Thanksgiving pudding, like the
Christmas pudding, will be all the
better if it has plenty of time to
"ripen," that is, to grow rich and
So it should be made at least 10
days before the holiday. Suet pud
ding well filled with nuts and fruit is
a rich dish and suitable for a feast
day. It will be no trouble to warm
it for the Thanksgiving dinner if it's
put back in the baking powder car
in which it was first boiled or steamed
and dropped into the kettle in which
the potatoes are being cooked. This
saves time and lessens the number of
"pans and kettles" to be washed
This is a good recipe for suet pud
ding. To 1 cup of chopped suet add 1
teaspoon of mixed ground spices.
Mix thoroughly. Add 1 cup of mo
lasses, 1 cup of sweet milk, iy tea
spoons of salt Sift 1 teaspoon of
soda with 3 cups of flour.
Chop 1 cup of raisins, 1 of dates
and y2 cup of figs, break into pieces
NEW DANCES AND PLAYS FOR
Atlanta, Ga. Dancing and acting
are to have a prominent place in the
social program of St Philip's cathe
dral this winter, and St. Phillip's is
the most conservative church in the
The new rector, Rev. John Robert
Atkinson, came here recently from
Newark, N. J., and he brought with
him many new ideas one of them is
that, as young people have a natural
love for dancing they should be al
lowed to dance under proper super
vision, and as they like plays, they
should be provided with the right kind
"I do not want to hurt any one's
feelings," declares Rev. Atkinson. "I
simply want to reach .the people
through the church.'.'
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