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BREASTING TIDES EVERY DAY IS THEIR IDEA
OF SIMPLE LIFE
Mrs. Joh. Knoland and Daughter.
Alameda, Cal. Mrs. Joseph R.
Knowland, wife of former Congress
man Knowland, and her charming
daughter, Miss Eleanor, a society de-
Juice of 6 lemons, grated rind of
3 lemons, 3 pounds of white sugar.
Make a thick syrup. When cool, strain
the juice into it and squeeze as much
oil from the grated rind as possible.
A tablespoonful in a glass of water
will make a delicious drink on a hot
butante, are inveterate swimmers.
J In Alameda, CaL, their home, they
l daily meet the tide, and for months
I neither has missed her matutinal dip.
Wash, string and cut 2 quarts of
beans in pieces; boil until tender,
drain and put back In sauce pan.
Shake over fire to dry, stir 3 table
spoonfuls of butter into beans, add 2
tablespoonfuls of minced parsley and
the juice of 2 lemons. Stir thorough
ly and serve. i
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