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"I want to say one more thing."
Mr. Sunday swung suddenly around
from his desk in the big room on the
' third floor which is gay with base
r ball banners. "All the preachers in
I the world may frown and all the edi
I tors in the world may sneer but I will
W go right on preaching a personal devil
in the Bible and I won't abate one
iota, jot or tittle for any of them !"
Such is the force of Mr. Sunday's
character, such his faith and fire that
sortie day soon I expect the same old
devil that Billy pounds so much will
see the error of his ways, draw in his
horns and skulk up the aisle of the
tabernacle to "hit the trail" with the
TODAY'S TESTED RECIPE
f By Caroline Coe
Swiss Pudding. Take a pint each
of bread crumbs and minced' apples,
put them in alternate layers into a
well buttered pie dish, with a sprin
kling of ground almonds, currants
and sugar between each layer. When
all have been put in, dust the top
over with bread crumbs and pour
over these four ounces of fresh but
ter previously melted.
Bake it three-quarters of an hour.
Serve with custard or whipped cream.
SPINACH A LA MAITRE D'HOTEL
Cook spinach as for plain boiled,
chop very fine, heat slowly 2 table
spoonfuls of butter add 2 tablespoon
fuls. of flour, do not brown, add the
juice, of 2 lemons and iy2 cups of
water or stock. Allow to boil 15 min
utes, remove front fire and add 2
tablespoonfuls of minced parsley, stir
in yolks of 2 eggs, turn over cooked
spinach and reheat and serve.
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NORFOLKS ARE MODISH BETTY
BROWN'S HAS FLARE
The Norfolk jacket with 1830 mod
ifications is an attractive going-away
gown for the June bride.
'? The jacket is made on the usual
Norfolklines, but the skirt has-tlie I
modish flare, and the modish brevity
for it doesn't reach within eight
inches of the ground and, of course,
there are two very prnamental and
very useful pockets.
The Norfolk illustrated was sketch
ed for The Day Book from an ex
clusive model designed by Mme. Mar
guerite of the Fashion Art League of
America. The bride who will wear it
in June will wear with -it a stole of
white fox flung carelessly over the
shoulders and white Russian boots.
"Did your new jjown cost much?"
"Only one sodxry."5
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