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SATURDAY-TOE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS-MAY 8, 1920.
0SIA1L EVEOTS Hit Arthur C. Hall hu elected reseat of Hannah Caldwell Chapter ot the D. A. R. of Daven- tort Other officer chosen at the ' recent -election meeting were; Vice regent Mn. Welter Cham Ijjfeere. - ,,,, Secretary Jgrs. E. H. Heald. Treasurer Mrs. H. E. Week. Registrar Mr. William R. Moore. Historian Mrs. William Tbeoph 11ns. Chaplain Mrs. Mary Robinson. ,- Auditor Mrs. Lester Royal of !West Liberty. , Sponsor Evening Entertainment Members of Broadway church and congregation invited new mem bers and friends to a free sociable Which is being sponsored by the social committee ot the ladies' aid society, on Monday evening at the ' chnrch. A good program has been arranged for the evening: to in- : , elude piano numbers by Miss Tbyra fsoderberg, violin duets by Miss Anna Marie Van Duzer and Miss Oenone Apple, musical readings by Mrs. W. G. Murphy, and vocal solos try Miss Dorothy Hammond and 1 Rev. Rollo Rilling, both of Daven port The program is to start at 8:30, and there will be a social - hour afterwards. Coffee House to Close. Announcement was made Friday that the coffee house which has been sponsored by the Tri-City Art league at the studio rooms in Dav enport, of which Miss Gene Robe son has been in charge since the . opening, March 20, will be closed . during the summer months. The reopening will be an event of Fri day, Oct 15. Lecture Enjoyed. There was a very good attend ance at the lecture given by Prof. J. W. Casto last evening at the First Baptist church. Prof. Casto's subject was "The Holy Land," and he showed some very interesting stereoptlcon slides to illustrate his talk. Preceding the lecture, the Oriole club of Augustana college gave several numbers. Miss Bessie Archer, the field sec Miss Bessie Arche, the field sec etay of the Methodist Missionay so ciety, who gave the main address at the Methodist district convention Thursday and Friday, will speak Monday evening at 7:30 at the Spencer Memorial Methodist church, her talk to be on young people's work. Bible ("lassos. Monday afternoon at 2:30, the Truth Seekers will meet with Mrs. R, L. Baird, 1507 Thirtieth street. At 7:30 on Monday, the Brighten the-Corner Bible class will meet with Mrs. J. Robinson, 1545 Twenty sixth street, and at 8 the Whosoever class will meet with Mrs. J. D. Banta, 1800 Twelfth street At 7 : 30 on - Tuesday, the Excel class will meet at the home of Mrs. Dicy Cook, 900 Forty-third street. The Maple Leaf class is to meet with Mrs. G. C. Benson, 1012 Seventeenth street, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 and on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock the Special Scripture will meet at the home of Mrs. M. T. 3 Stevens, 1923 Tenth avenue. Bakery Sale is Success. The apron and bakery sale held at the Zion Lutheran church ves- terday afternoon and evening was a docided success. There was a large attendance. The ladies started to serve lunch at 2 o'clock in the aft ernoon and continued until late in the evening. The sum of $97.50 was realized. I T. A. Convention In Chnrlestown The Illinois state convention of the parent-teacher association will be held in Charlestown, 111., Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday of , next week May 11, 12 and 13. At tending from Rock Island will be Mrs. James W. Maucker and Mrs. W. P. Gross. " The convention will open Tues day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Miss Mary Pack, school lunch special ist at the University of Illinois, will speak on "The School Lunch as a Means of Establishing Proper Hab its." Dr. George T. Palmer, presi dent of the Illinois Tuberculosis association, will speak on "The Health of the School Child." Tues day evening an address will be Riven by Frank Walter Allen. Wednesday morning, reports will be heard, and the nominating com mittee will report The voting will be from noon until 4:30 o'clock. In the afternoon Mrs. Marietta John , eon, principal of a school at Fair Hope. Ala., will speak on "The , Freedom of the Child." An infor mal discussion ' will follow on "How t e Make Our Money and . What We Do With It." Supper win be served on the Normal school campus Wednesday evening. The students will give folk dance3. In the evening Mrs. James M. Jud son ot Lnicago, win speak on "Child Training in Finance." Thursday morning there will be a discussion by the committee chair man on how the state association , ran help the local associations, and how the local organizations ran as sist the state organizations. At 11 ' o'clock the installation of officers f. will take place. Adjournment will be at noon on Thursday. Mrs. J. W. Maucker of Rock Is land is chairman of the state home l&nA school garden committee or ganized last winter. Entertains at Stag- Dinner. Ralph Bengston at his home, 705 Thirty-eighth street, entertained the members of the Phi Omega Phi fraternity of Augustana college at a stag dinner party Friday eve ning. Following the coursed meal the time was spent in sociability. Stag Dinner. ' ; Richard S. Hosford will enter tab) at a stag prennptial dinner next Wednesday evening. May 12, at' his residence. Eleventh avenue and Eighth street, Moline, for Frank Sillowar. whose marriage to Miss Susanne McSbane takes place "lay 29. Miss McShane left New lerk Tuesday accompanied by Mrs.i William Bntterworth, at whose Mo- line residence, "Hillcrest. the w wi ning takes place. Mr. Sillowar will meet them in Chicago Sunday and they return to Moline next week, A series of prenoptial dinners and parties rh the tri-citles have been arranged for Miss McShane and Mr. Silloway in the weeks before the wedding. f. Observe Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Deletter, 3009 H Fourteenth avenue, celebrat ed their first wedding anniversary Thursday evening - by inviting a company of relatives and friends to their home for a party. The hours were informally spent. with games and music and at 11 o'clock there was a luncheon served. The guests departed at a late hour wishing the honorees many more happy anni versaries. , , ' . ' Fathers' Sight. Two hundred and fifty parents of pupils of Hawthorne school attend ed the Fathers' night celebration sponsored Friday evening. The early evening hours were occupied with a most enjoyable program which included the following num bers: . Selection Cordts' orchestra. Reading Miss Dorothy Warnock. Dialog The Misses Eunice and Julia McElroy. Piano solo Frances Cordts. , Dramatization Fourth grade pu pils. Mandolin and guitar duet Miss Rachel Cordts and George Cordts.. Reading Miss Abigail Horn. Solo dance Miss Pauline Potter. Song Miss Florence Bradley. Game Sixth grade pupils. Reading Mrs. Ormby. Solo Miss Rowland. Orchestra selections. After the program there was a parcel post sale and a fish pond for the children and refreshments were served. A neat sum was cleared from the affair. Farewefl Party. Mrs. A. E. Gardner entertained yesterday afternoon at a farewell party for Mrs. O. C. Carlson and Mrs. C. M. Carlson, who are to leave next week for a trip to Sweden. Cards were played, Mrs. Walden of Davenport, Mrs. O. C. Carlson and Mrs. C. M. Carlson taking the prizes. The honored guests were presented with travel ing bags. An elaborate lunch was served by the hostess. Plan for Get-Together. I The .ladies' aid society of the Broadway Presbyterian church held its regular meeting yesterday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Tittorington, 816 Twenty-second street. There was a large attend ance and the ladies made plans to sponsor a get-together reception for new members in the church parlors next Monday evening. Re freshments were served and a very enjoyable time had by all present. Give Graduation Recital. Miss Dorothy Hammond, con tralto of Davenport and Miss lnyra boderberg appeared in a re cital for graduation at the Augus tana college chapel Friday evening before a very good audience. Miss Hammond has a very strong con tralto voice which showed to ad vantage in the numbers chosen for the program. Miss Soderberg is a pianist whose ability is greatly appreciated. The singer is a stu dent with Louis Kreidler and the pianist with Arvid Samuelson. Mr. Samuelson played the orchestral parts on the second piano in the big number on the program. Con certo, G minor (Saint-Saens). and LeRoy Carlson played the accom paniments for Miss Hammond. Entertains Sorority on Birthday. Miss Margaret Ekholm of 615 Forty-fifth street entertained the 12 members ot the Kappa Tau so rority of Augustana college at a pretty evening party Friday at her home. The occasion was her birth day anniversary. Hearts was play ed during the evening hours. The home was decorated very prettily with spring flowers. A dainty lunch was served, aud Miss Ek holm was presented with the usual birthday gift. . Couple Remarry. The remarriage of Mrs. Mary Madelon Duncannon. daughter of Mrs. William Starr of Rock Island, to Wellington E. Duncannon of Minneapolis, Minn., was a quiet ceremony of 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the parsonage of St. John's Methodist church, Daven port. Kev. Frank Cole, the pastor, officiated. T-ie bridal couple was unattended. The groom is vice president of a corporation in Min neapolis. Have Initiatory Meeting. Last evening at the Masonic tem ple. Rock Island chapter No. 269, Order of the Eastern Star, held a special meeting for the initiation of candidates. The pretty initia tory ceremony was given by Mrs. Margaret Sudlow as worthy ma tron, W. D. Starnes as worthy pa tron, Mrs. Dorothy Roderick as as sociate matron. Miss Dora Ftey as secretary, Mrs. Mary Damp as treasurer, Mrs. Mary Snyder as conductress, Mrs. Agnes Schilling er Cook as associate conductress, Mrs. Anna Ma:tison as chaplain, Mrs. Anna Lamp as marshal, Miss Hazel Spaulding as organist Miss Florence Long as Adah, Miss Flor ence Johnson as Ruth. Mrs. Edna Switzer as Esther, Miss Anna Ir win as Martha, Mrs. Verda Ewing as Electa, Miss Ruth Fitzsimmons as warder, William O. Allen as sen tinel. There were six candidates init iated. Refreshments were servei and a social hour greatly enjoyed. Circle With Hiss Case. The regular meeting of the Eliz abeth McMillan circle ot the Glo ria Dei United Presbyterian church was held Friday evening at the home of Miss Ruth Case, Eleventh street and Forty-fifth avenue. After the regular business session re freshments were served and a very enjoyable time had by all present Te Entertain Department Officers. Barbara Frietcbie tent No. 31, Daughters of Veterans, made plans at the meeting held Friday after noon in Memorial hall lor tne au- day session which . is to be held Fri day. Mar 20. the date for tne next rearular meeting, when Mrs. Olio Dee, the past department president and Mrs. Annette Barnidge, the oast denartment secretary, will be the honored guests. A school of instruction will open the day's meeting and at noon there will be a picnic dinner served at noon and the regular work will follow. . The meeting was a very busy one, and there was a large number of members in attendance, besides 12 comrades, an unusually large number. Three of the comrades were obligated. Captain J. M. Beardsley. J. C. Stremmel and Marcus Beal. Several general or ders were read and three applica tions for membership were re ceived. It was decided to send the sum of 110 to the home at Maywood for soldiers' widows and later on to send canned goods for the an nual show which is given on May 18. A card party will be sponsored at the Watch Tower inn on May 11, the games of cinch and 500 to start at 2:30 promptly. A large attend ance of members is desired and frends are also invited. This is the first of a series to be given during spring and summer, ana the com mittee in charge of the series is chairmaned by Mrs. Bessie Barth Richardson. She ' is assisted by Mesdames Nance Babb, Anna Stev ens, Lillian Bedford, Louise Bausch, Theresa Horst, Alva Brand, Bar nice Yoh, Blanche Nagel and Etta Plough. It. was reported that the sum of $9.25 had been cleared from the last flag coffee on April 30 and that this fund is now $115. The May coffee will be given sometime the latter part of the month, the time and place to be announced later. Mesdames Martha Hampson, Mabel Holopeter, Mayme Haynes, Ella Hoffman, Maude Huyetfc Theresa Horst, Ethel Fisher and Miss Jessie Fitzsimmons are the committee for the affair. Mrs. Bessie Barth Richardson, Mrs. Ber nice Yoh, Mrs. Theresa Horst, Mrs. Nancy Babb and Mrs. Martha Hampson were named delegates to the convention to be held June 17, 18 and 19 in Joliet Mrs. Essie Sie mon and Miss Lillian Cox will also attend. Refreshments were served after the transaction of the bus iness and a social hour enjoyed. Flan All Day Meeting. The regular meeting of the ladies' aid society of the First United Presbyterian church held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. R. Brooks, 4002 Seventh avenue, arrangements were made fr an all day quilting to be held oh Friday, May 21, at the home of Mrs. Charles E. Bryan, 1525 Tenth avenue. A picnic dinner will be served at noon. Only routine busi ness was transacted at the meeting Friday and luncheon was served by the hostess and her committee which included Mrs. W. H. Fitz simmons, Mrs. E. H. Corbin and Mrs. Charles E. Bryan. Pre-Jfnptial for Miss Johnston. At the regular meeting of the De borah class of the Broadway Pres byterian church, held last evening at the home of Mrs. N. W. Freund, 1523 Twenty-fourth-and-ahalf street, a very pretty miscellaneous surprise shower was given for Miss Ruth Johnston, one of the Deborah girl3 who is to wed Thomas Menees in the near future. At the conclusion of the regular business session, a messenger appeared bearing the gifts for Miss John ston. It has not been announced where the next meeting of the De borah class will be. Convention to Be Held Here. The annual meeting of the wom an's auxiliary and the junior aux iliary of the diocese of Quincy of the Episcopal church will be held at the Trinity Episcopal church Monday and Tuesday.' About forty out of town delegates are expected. The delegates will arrive Monday morning. The opening session will be in the afternoon, when Miss Em ily Tillotson of New York city will speak to the junior auxiliary. Miss Tillotson will also speak in the evening. Her address r.ill be fol lowed by a reception. Tuesday morning a business session will be held. The visiting delegates will be entertained during their visit here at the homes of the church mem bers. Mrs. Bowles of Galesburg is the president of the woman's auxil iary of this diocese. Following is the program to be carried out: MONDAY. 4:30 Informal meeting for jun iors with address by Miss Emily Tillotson, education secretary, church mission house. 8:30 Reception for delegates and visitors. Address by Miss Til lotson. TUESDAY MORNING. 7:30 Corporate communion, ths bishop of quincy celebrant. 8:15 Breakfast at Trinity par ish house. 9100 Junior auxiliary meeting. 10:00 Woman's auxiliary busi ness meeting. . 12:30 Luncheon. AFTERNOON. 1:30 Junior auxiliary meeting. 2 : 00 Concluding business meet ing, woman's auxiliary. Realize $100 from Sale. The annual tea and bazar given by the Ladies' Aid of the Central Presbyterian church at the home of Mrs. H. S. Cable, 1494 Eighteenth avenue, was a pronounced success. There was a short program. Miss Marjorie Sala entertaining with a very pleasing vocal solo, and Miss Blanch Burgert giving several readings. During the afternoon candy, cake, ice cream, rugs and fancy work were sold, and the sum of $100 was taken in. - Mrs. W. G. Murphy was chairman of the committee in charge of dining room. Mission Society Meet. The Woman's Missionary society ot the First Baptist church held its regular meeting yesterday at the home ot Mrs. Edward Brien, 2809 Seventeenth avenue. Mrs. W. J. Chisns was in charge of the pro gram and spoke on the "Path - of Progress.'' Papers were read by Mrs. J. Clarke Oranger, Mrs. H. H. Robb, Mrs. O. L. Smith and Mrs. Delp. The women decided to take up the White Cross work. Re freshments were served and a so cial time enjoyed. ' Plan Bakery Sale. The regular business meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Grace Lutheran church was held yesterday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Leonard S. Hasselquist 920 Forty-third street Committee No. 3 is planning to sponsor a bakery sale Saturday afternoon, May 15 at Fisk and Loosely's Moline. The next meeting of the Ladies' Aid will be held June 4, with Mrs. Ed gar Anderson, 617 Forty-third street Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. George Purcell acting as hostesses. AlLDay Meeting. The In His Name circle ot King's Daughters held a very successful all-day meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. R. E. Swanson, 1809 Sixth avenue, the object of the meeting being to sew on the arti cles promised by the circle for the' King s Daughters bazar, which is to be held early in July. The so ciety accomplished a great deal and the members decided to hold simi lar all-day meetings once a week until after the bazar. The next meeting will be held next Wednes day afternoon with Miss Grace Wheelan, 537 Nineteenth street Pre-Suptlal for Miss Williams. Mrs. Charles Myers and Mrs. Faye Hough McCarthy, entertained yesterday afternoon at Mrs. Myers' home, 1227 Sixteenth stret, at a very pretty pre-nuptial party for Miss Ruby Williams, who is to be married on June 9. There were about thirty-five present. Miss Williams' colors, pink and white, were carried out in the decorations, quantities of pink and white sweet peas and pink May flowers being scattered about the house. Several games were played during the aft ernoon, and Miss Williams won first firize in a contest of dressing clothes-pins as brides. Later in the afternoon a delicious tray sup per was served, the colors pink and white being carried out Miss Wil liams was presented with a very beautiful cut glass basket as a party gift. Social Announcements. The Augustana W. C. T. U. will meet Monday evening at 7:30 with Miss Ellen Jenmsch, 413 Fifteenth street, Moline. The Daughters of Veterans, tent No. 22, will meet at the First Bap tist church tomorrow morning to attend the Mothers' Day service. OQUAWKA Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Hervey Brimhall, a life long resident of this neigh borhood, who died Wednesday aft ernoon. May 5, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lauren Abbey at Springfield, 111. Mrs. Brimhall was 75 years of age at the time of her death. A great many years of her life were spent at Rozetta, where the old "Brimhall place" is still aiand he may make Miss Gish's star- well known land mark. She leaves to mourn her departure three sons i and two daughters, Ross Brimhall of Rozetta, Roy Brimhall of Mon mauth, Elmer Brimhall of Wash ington, Iowa, Mrs. Gid Dixon of Reed neighborhood and Mrs. Lauren Abbey of Springfield, 111. One son, Frank, who for many years was employed as bookkeeper at the Mississippi Pearl Button company of Burlington, Iowa, pre ceded her in death. Funeral serv ices will be held at the Rozetta Baptist church at 10:30 Saturday morning. May 8. Interment will follow in the Rozetta cemetery. Licensed to Wed William H. Nye Rockwell City, Iowa Mrs. Nellie M. Lindstrom Rockwell City, Iowa Alfred Dulaney Moline Florence D. Johnson. . .Rock Island o: rfe Balky "ugs 3feSp Washed for laundering heavy rag and washable rags at seme is slow work, sapecklly ia these uncertain spring days when' the right sort of dry raj weather is so seldom ava& able. In five minntas, yon can pack up half this heavy work of hocseclesnmg, and have ns do it expertly for you ia or modern way. Then, tee, your floor and bath mats, which soil so quickly, probably need wash ing. Too can send them along also. let as tighten this toilsome work, and at the same time help you make your home brighter with old rags washed to look like new. Have our driver call for Tour bundle. Telephone today. - - - Jamison's Laundry 26th St ud 5th Ave., Phone Moline 581-582 NOTICE TO OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS Sad as yoar laundry Parcel Post: It will receive the best 9t attention and will be returned prompt ly charges prepaid. VACATION SUGGESTIONS FOR THE CO-ED 4 - XvWm i On the left a co-ed dress ot lavender plaid gingham combined with sheer white organdy in a frock of youthful simplicity. And on the right a chick and charming frock of brown blocked voile, devel oped in co-ed style. Both are very suitable for the college girl's vacation. : If present plans materialize, Lil lian Gish will be the next motion picture actress to star in a stage production. There are three good offers, including a vaudeville en gagement now under advisement by this young lady. She has wanted to return to the stage for some time, and, since this is the psycho logical moment for her to have her wish fulfilled, it is not unlikely that she will take a vacation from films in the fall and go back to the spoken drama. One of these offers permits David Griffith to direct her and since she has achieved all her film fame through his direction, thfis will, in all probability be the offer hse will consider. On the other band, "D. W." .has promised himself to return to the stage for some time dom the occasion for keeping his promise to himself, regy Hjland to Egypt. Every one seems to be headed for some far remote section to make pictures. Peggy Hyland and her company are packing up their belongings preparatory to sailing for England May 1. From England they head straight for Egypt, where two productions will be completed before our Peggy returns to us. Celebrated Birthday. Charles Ray had a birthday anni versary the other day which was celebrated with a dinner given in his honor at the Los Angeles Ath letic club by about twenty of his close friends. By a coincidence the day marked the actual begin ning of work on his first picture in his own studio, a screen version of Ceorge M. Cohan's comedy, "Forty five Minutes From Broadway." You M p III fp 7? PW- r ..sz pm $m 4- 7 j Lillian Gish, The Bi; Star aw tf Career Hi I Household Hints MEXU HLNT. Breakfast. Jellied Rhubarb. Grapefruit. Top milk. Soft Boiled Eggs. Toast Coffee. Luncheon. Escalloped Salmon. French Fried Potatoes. Sweet Pepper Pickles. Jelly.' Raisin Bread and Butter. Tea. Dinner. Clear Soup. Crackers. Baked VeaL Gravy. Mashed Potatoes. Tomato Salad. Finger Rolls. Butter. Apple Sauce. Ginger Bread. Coffee. Recipes For a Day. Baked V-Take onepound of rather thick veal for three persons, pepper and salt, one egg beaten, enough cracker or bread crumbs to cover, one pint milk. Cut the veal in serving pieces, dip in the egg and crumbs, put it on to fry in nice sweet drippings, fry nice and brown on both sides, add season ing while frying, then pour over it the pint of milk and cover tight set in the oven ana bake one, i an nour, hour; uncover the last fifteen I BavlnB water nearly u minutes to brown; make the gravy jaway at end of that time, strtij with the nice brown drippings left In the pan. Tomato Salad Cook two cups to matoes, one onion, one teaspoon salt, one tablespoon sugar, pinch of pepper and celery seed about 15 minutes; strain and add two table- spoons gelatin which has been soak- ed in a little cold water. Pour into ' a snailow pan ana wnen wen sei cut in small cubes, pile on lettuce leaves and serve with salad dress ing. English Muffins One quart of flour sifted twice; three eggs (whites and yolks beaten separate ly), three teacups of sweet milk, two teaspoons of sugar, a teaspoon of salt, a large tablespoon of but ter, and two heaping teaspoons of baking powder. Sift together flour, sugar, salt and baking powder; rub in. the but ter cold, add the beaten eggs and milk; mix quickly into a smooth batter a little firmer than for grid dle cakes. Grease well some muffin pans. Ifill them two-thirds full, bake in a hot oven, not over 15 to 20 minutes. These made of cream,' omitting the butter, are also excellent. Two Good Cakes. Silver Cake One cup of sweet milk, whites of six eggs, two cups of sugar, two-thirds cup of butter and lard, four cups of flour, one quarter teaspoon of salt, two tea- l spoons of baking powder, one-half S teaspoon of soda, one teaspoon of orange extract. Cream sugar and butter, then add alternately the milk and flour, hav ing sifted flour, baking powder, salt and soda together; then add extract and well beaten whites of eggs. Beat well and bake in loaf or in layers. Any other kind of extract could be used. Marble Cake (White part) one cup white sugar, whites of four eggs, one-half cup of butter, two thirds cup of sweet milk, two tea spoons of baking powder, one quarter teaspoon of salt, one-half scant teaspoon of soda, one tea spoon lemon or vanilla and two and one-half cups of sifted flour. (Dark part.) One cup of brown sugar, yolks ot four eggs, one-half i o IN AWAY? Don't Spoil your trip with unworthy Luggage! There's much satisfaction in knowing that your luggage will withstand hard knocks and careless handling. Sturdy trunks of fibre and steel with malleable steel mountings. Steamers, wardrobes and drass trunks. Suit cases and bags of matting, fibre and genuine leathers. And there are fittings and traveling accessories for your convenience. AH will prove faithful companions and will travel for years. You'll also find the "Big Store's" prices are very moderate, indeed. g?CB3 cup of molasses, one-half butter, two-thirds cup of sour in? one teaspoon of ground clortt teaspoon ot cinnamon, one rl nutmeg, one-auartpr fo...,le' salt one-balf powder, one teaspoon of sodrji solved in a little milk anT.'! ior-puon of bin.: after part of the flour is stiirejh one and one-half cups of iifili flour. MM) Bake this cake in layers ping a spoonful of the light. S one of the dark alternately. RECIPES FOR A DAT. Meat and Vegetable Rolls-T large cabbage leaves (about 8) cover with boiling water until uft v" w. vti'J' nave OB. S- CT. !.una " v,..-.. uu pepper. Add one egg to meat if desired, bit when eggs are high it may be di pensed with. Put some meat aid i spoon of rice in each cabbage leaf fold ends over, roll and fasten wait a toothpick or string, place oa rack in kettle or they will stick to the bottom. Cook slowly In nm.n ami season a pint can of tomatost. puui uvei i una, cuuk. a utile longer and serve, first removing tooth picks or string. Very good, and not as much trouble to fix as the recipe may sound. Head Lettuce With Cooked fire... ing One head of lettuce weighing less than a pound will serve four, and with home-made drain ing is as well liked as Bome of the more elaborate salads. Dressing ii made as follows: One egg well beaten, one teaspoon of flour, one half cun vinegar, one-half enp milk, salt, one tablespoon of sugar, or more to make a sweet dressini;. Mustard may be added. Cook until it thickens, stirring constantly to prevent lumps. If too thick when cool thin with milk or cream. Will keep quite a while in a cool place. Sponge Cake One and a half cups flour, two teaspoons baking powder, one cup sugar, two eggs broken into a cup and the cop filled with milk, stir all together in a mixing bowl, beat hard for (Its minutes and bake about ten or fif teen minutes in muffin pans or i large pan with a chimney. Italian Spaghetti One quart to mato juice, half box spaghetti, halt pound hamburg steak, two oufcins, one green pepper, one cup cheese cut into small bits, salt, cayenne pepper and bay leaf, one tablespoon margarine or butter. Melt margarine in large skillet, fry onion, pepper and hamburg steak until quite done and browned (not too much), add cheese and melt, mixing thoroughly. Into this pour tomato juice and cheese all to gether until tomato and cheese mixture is thoroughly blended. Season with salt and pepper rather highly and drop in two whole bay leaves. Have spaghetti ready cooked, putting it into boiling salt water and when tender pour over it cold water and drain. The to mato mixture and spaghetti should not be mixed until ready to use when each can be heated separate ly and mixed just before serving. Pittsburgh Potatoes One , quart potatoes cut in cubes, one-half pound mild chees one-half can pimentoes, one onion, two cops white sauce, one-halt teaspoon sail L T inci told est Mid the ho' wri Moi el i of i 'cro Tb mo V Ion to wit wh for to v.ii cet the ( am Co -am ih Hi rci inj vo chi Ire Mi 1 re sci ed wi so en mi "Ii dn cii be nc da is Pi re "1 tv bt fa tl F (1 di q y A ir a Vi a a tl ii r