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Comfort fixes the fashion 'for the
garden costume and comfort de
mands a beltfess dress of some dur
able and washable material.
Designers have "hit upon the per
fect thing in the peasant smock
which is cut in four pieces back,
front and two sleeves sections and
which is fitted by gathers at the
throat and the wrists.
UNCLE SAM TELLS HOW YOU
CAN GET STRONG
Worn over a skirt of heavy striped
drilling, this costume is elegant
enough for a member of any smart
gardening club, or practical enough
for the gjrl who markets her blos
soms for profit.
- The hat, which is of flexible straw
with a drooping brim, protects the
neck and face from tan and freckles
as effectively as a sunbonnet.
By quickV Btrong movements, in
the following exercise, the muscles
of the sides and neck may be highly
Lunge sideward right and raise,
right arm obliquely upward and left
arm obliquely downward as shown
Bend trunk sideward right and
swing left arm upward, knuckles out,
as shown by outline, downward in
rear of body, knuckles out, as shown
by outline. Resume firsr position,
Repeat left, right, left.
Precision, accuracy, regularity,
cleanliness are the foundation- xf
o o ;
From the hen's viewpoint, water
is worth just as much as feed, for she
r " make an egg with ether one
ECONOMY IN CANNED GOODS,
By Biddy Bye .
The prune is the most perfect of
the fruit. foods. Like other dried
fruits, prunes should be well soaked
before they are shewed.. Ten hours'
soaking in cold water is seldom too
much. The rule is to put them on "
to simmer before the skins break.
Sugar should be added to the water
in which the prunes are cooked, not
after they are cooked. Simmer
prunes in a covered kettle; never let
them boil hard.
Remove the stones from a large
cup of stewed prunes and chop the
fruit. Beat the whites of 3 eggs, add
y cup of sugar and the chopped
prunes, turn into a buttered pudding
dish and bake 25 minutes, h a- mod
erate oven. Serve with' cream.
Remove thestones from 3 cups of
stewed and sweetened prunes. Line
a buttered pudding dish with slices
of well-buttered bread. Turn in the
prunes and flavor with a teaspoon of
vanilla extract. Cover with slices of
buttered bread and bake. Serve with
powdered sugar and cream or a thin
Prune Pie ,
Line a pie tin with a rich' pastry
crust. Fill with pitted prunes and
bake. Cover with a meringue -made
with the beaten whites of 2 eggs and
2 tablespoons' of powdered sugar.
Brown the meringue in the oven and
serve the pie hot or cold.
No girl appreciates a lover who is
unable to hoM his own.