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"DANCE-VEIL" LATEST TEA-DANCE FAD; ARE
SALOME STYLES COMING BACK?
Dancing is her specialty, but every now and then Dorothy Dixon Heisen
halts her fantastic stepping long enough to create a new fashion. Her
latest is the "dance veil." Ifs bright green chiffon worn in a classic fold
about the head from where it falls in a soft drapery at the back.'
MARTHA WASHINGTON RECIPE
Washington's birthday, for a long
time observed with fine oratory, is be
coming a day of family gatherings
and general entertainments.
There should be a flavor of colonial
culinary about the Washington day
dinner, and of course it should in
clude a Martha Washington recipe.
Virginia baked ham-is a dish sure
to tickle the palate of the modern epi
cure, and here is "Lady Washing
ton's" "own. recipe" for a dish.liked
Srellljy-"The Rather of Our Countrj." i asain, heat through.
Soak ham in cold water over night,
scrub and scrape it, stick cloves in
rind 5 Inches apart, cover with 1-3
sweet cider and 2 parts water, adding
y cupful of brown sugar.
Simmer slowly until tender. This
may require the greatest part of the
day, so put it on early. When done
let it stand in its own liquor until cold,
then take up, remove the rind, rub
well with light brown sugar, grate an
onion over and bake in a covered pan
until nicely browned. .This too will
require at least 2 hours as it must