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Best and Simplest Are Parf aits
- ' ' and Mousses. :'
.1 asks for lea cream
which can be made Id
It Is Just as well to- go
1 first of alf that the
serts, good as they are,
: a be made In the refrlgera
; not exactly like Ice cream,
i have 'ever made ice cream,
1 know that It is the turn
ch makes the mixture smooth
! creases their Quantities. For
reason It Is always necessary
v !p the cream nsed In prepar
; the mixtures ' which' are to be
it In the refrigerator. ?. r
i liapg the most successful des-
:i of this sort, are the mousses
r parfalts, which are combinations
i f whipped cream, , or . whipped
i no and beaten egg whites, with
various flavorings. ,
A mousse Is, of course, a rich des
urt, and it - is possible to ' make
othctr desserts with combinations of
milk and cream. I have found that
a combination of sweetened con
doused milk diluted. with watqr plus
whipped cream is as satisfactory as
any recipe I have tried. In my own
refrigerator I get good results with
out stirring the mixture during toe
freezings process. Xou may have
better results In your own bos if
yon stir the mixture at least once
during the freezing period. ' .
It Is also possible to produce good
Asserts with whipped evaporated
lk to replace the cream, especially
ySyon use It with crushed fruit or
ichocolate. The milk must be heat
'ed and then chilled before it Is
whipped. - 'A : very little gelatin Is
dissolved in water and added to the
hot milk." I have found that unless
I use condensed milk which is at
ready sweetened, ! powdered sugar
Is needed to give the dessert a
Another type " of 1 frozen dessert
which can be made successfully is
a combination of milk, 'marshmal
lowa and whipped cream. ' -v
One ef the easiest refrigerator
Vexed by Germany
' : Jeremiah T. Mahoney, national
head of the A. A. UH announced
that. lie would vote against Amer
"ra's' participation ln the Olympic
Junes ef 1936 to be held In' Berlin,
"If reports of religious persecution
are substantiated. ,
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A Shooting trks - . '-,-,'
. j i Inplammabue gas
" 1 PRESENT IN MANY HARDWOOD I ' . ' 11 Vi
" TREES SOMETIMES ESCAPES .. , '
WITH A LOUD REPORT WHEN U f . W . ;
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7 i FIRST T1M6 RE- jF '- ( .
"T JP? 1 J - VEAL SIZES AS f t
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3 Arc No Problem
ML BARBER -
desserts Is made by Spreading; thin
chocolate : or ginger wafers with
whipped cream which has been fla
vored with almond. They are then
piled together, and the roll is laid
on a plate and covered with whipped
cream. . Jitter chilling for several
hours in the refrigerator it should
be sliced "diagonally . for serving'
. Marahmallow let) Cream,
, 1 cup milk -'- ' '
r 25 marshmallowa v ' '". ''. i . ''
i 1 2 teaspoons vanilla : '' ,' ' "' :
'1 cup cream, wblppeo ' ''
Salt sivv s:-ssa,'!;;f;3' i&H&fc
' Add marshmallowa to milk and
melt in double boiler, .chill nntll
slightly - thickened.. Whip cream,
add vanilla and salt and beat Into
cold mixture. Turn into freezing
tray and freeze three to four hours.
Fills one pint tray. .
Variations Add onecupfulcrusbed
berries or fruit ;
: With Evaporated Milk. - .
z cup evaporated milk - . "
A 8 PEOPLE advance In years, it
Is Important for .them to be
able to enjoy themselves Alone.'. It
Ik wise thing to learn this trick
at any time, but it becomes almost
an essential to happiness to know
bow to employ time in pleasant ways
without any r companionship, when
past the prime of Ufa. - V - v v
Jest what shall occupy the at
tention Is for each Individual to de-
i - " termlne, as
tastes ' differ
widely, but there,
are certain' ways
which may i be
suggested , that
lie - within : the
scope of : possi
bility for almost
Is, none of the
expensive o u t
.fits;;.: nor are
costly to do.; ;; ri'
Games of soli
taire are rec
sion. Of 1 these
there, are end
less kinds.' Most
of them are
. single- deck -of
cards, : Some re
quire cards oth
er than the reg
, - lumbers la one
such game for those who do1 not
care for 'playlng cards.,, Denomina
tions rather than suits of diamonds,
clubs, spades and hearts are manip
ulated In much the same way, but
not so pictorlally. .-. v s
There Is a game of solitaire that
Is played with marbles on a board.
It Is, intriguing. V-': ''. -l-; '
' Puzzles of all sorts and. descrlp;
Hons come to keep a; person men
tally occupied. They 1 take Jest
enough ; physical energy ' to co-ordinate
mind and body without ac
tual exertion, j
; Anagrams and cross-word puzzles
are a delight to thousands of peo
ple. Besides the puzzles In news
papers, books of these entertain
ing types of solitaire are on the
market Picture puzzles are -favorites
with many persons, j " ', N
BY ARWfit n
From lake to skyscraper
Mexico City, built on land
WAS COCMFDIV TUF BarmM OS
tAKE, IS CONSTRUCTING ITS FIRST U
.Little Carol Ann Prather of Los
Angeles likes puppies, but when the
seven born to Patsy, Jack Porter's
Irish setter, were' dumped about
her,' she protested,' especially be
cause one of them even chiseled
. from her; milk bottle. However,
.Carol Ann was allowed to -choose'
Just one for ' birthday present
promised by her parents, Mr. and
t Mrs.iSeb Prather.
' teaspoon gelatin ' ' '
i 2 tablespoons water '
2 teaspoons vanilla
cup condensed milk -
fVt cup-water - j
Heat milk uncovered in .double
boiler, or saucepan until scum be
gins to form. Add gelatin which
has been soaked five minutes in, cold
- There are Chinese pozzies which
are so ingenious that hours can be
whlled away In the attempt to solve
tnem, sucb as a ball made of many
pieces which lock together into this
shape only when matched deftly.
j-:v" V'1' Occnpatiom in. Variety;''8 ; t '
' Embroidery, knitting, crocheting,
tatting, and all forms of artistry
done with , a needle of one sort or
another employ :, a . woman's time
pleasantly, and with' such good re
sults that her handiwork can aid lh
decoration of a borne, ' In practical
ways,, as found In rugs, table lin
ens, etc v Also, handsome acces
sories of costumes can be so made,
or ornamented, such as bags and
scarfs. ::- ' '
iij Interest 'In collecting special, ar
ticles la a marvelous way of keep
ing one's Interest In things that are
broadening In scope. This can be
done wlthont . companionship, but
whatever the subject chosen it never
falls to bring one' In contact with
those of similar interest . So It
works to the advantage of occupa
tion alone, and to companionship at
times with those mutually minded.
. ; Games of cards come in the cat
egory of entertainments that are
Inactive - enough; for those In ad
vancing years to enjoy. These, also,
help to foster contacts of social life.
Those past the prime of life should
know how to play good games of
cardfc'.V.-'- i.v"...' .. ,
,r: ' Bll eynaicatc WNU Servle.
LEONARD A. BARRETT
. "Humor Is the clear blue sky of
the souL" The biographers of Abra
' ' ham Lincoln tell
us about his fre
quent use of hn
mor. Some mem
bers of his cab
inet' could dot
npderstand t h e
reason ( for his
resort to the re
iaxation of a
good laugh. ' In
' many grave . sit
he would be
found reading a
funny story or
telling a joke. It was Lincoln's sav
ing' grace. It is doubtful If he could
have ; Uvea through some of those
trying times had he not been able
to see the humorous side of things.
. As every cloud has a sliver lin
ing, so many a vexing problem has
its funny side, If we can only see It
Perhaps this explains why some, per
sons are able to endure great hard
ships with a sort of Indifferent at
titude and frequently . with a smile.
"Fool's luck," some call It not so,
for humor dispels the mists 'and en
ables us to . see our problems In s
clearer light The person who Is too
seriously minded many times, stud
ies a problem from a one-sided
point of view and hia Judgment be
comes Utstorted. . , ' . i.
' Have you ever noticed the" effect
of humor' at a ! lectoreT . The au
dience has been held at a tension
for some time, a Joke Is related, and
audience relaxes and Is now ready
for' apother, argument that: au
dience is not unjlke our dally , ex
periences. "We are keyed up to a
high tension, nerves are taut and our
thinking likely to be clouded. - The
grace of humor breaks the tension,
we relax and with renewei Vitality
are ready to begin again,' ' i ?
V Some persobs say that humor can
not be cultivated: That Is not true,
Aj person can develop the sense of
humor Just like any other mental
attitude, gome with -more success
than others,. but all . with some de
gree, of progress, i. , v... ...- i . ;
- Study persona until you. discover
water. Stir, until dissolved. Do
not remove Jim-formed on milk.
Pour. Into bowl and chill Ice cold
about , 15 minutes : In . a bowl of
Cracked ice before whipping. Whip
nntll stiITt add., vanilla and con
densed .: milk .mixed .with water.
Pour' into freezing tray and freeze
several hours. Fills two pint trays
i;;;'';V "."-'..i ...... i' '.:..'.,'
the humorous eccentricities of their
Try to sea a situation from the
viewpoint of the "other fellow" and
the funny side, may be more easily
.... , " 'ii-'1 '
Our Roubles never seem so se
rious to others as they do to our
selves. Bead books .which portray
humor. Nothing Is wore contagious
than a good laugh. - When an au
dience begins to laugh, though you
may not know the reason, Instinc
tively yon smile and may even Join
the crowd. Humor Is many times
more convincing . than argument.
Presentation of the ludicrous side
of a. situation has won many a de
bate. - Wit demands : Imagination;
but humor,, the opposite of pathos,
demands . reason and reality. A
sense of humor may help you to win
X .l.. ., 1,1 .
for: ('. '.';ir;-t:': ...
. "Good humor is the clear blue
sky of the sonL!
, C Weatarn Inrapapar Union.
; With a Military Touch
The detachable cape, lined with
dark brown trench Jersey, lends a
'military air to . this ' smart , three
piece ' suit - Brown and rust rabbit
hair and trench span yarn are
woven Into the wide herring-bone
pattern.' Winged effect turban of
brown norlca. v. . ;
TJse the flat nozzle of the vacuum
cleaner to rid the rooms of the lit
tle house spiders which so many
people have trouble with. ( ,
"Early blooming perennlnals such
as peonies, bleeding heart Iris, col
umbine, etc, need a good-application
of fertilizer In September, for
they are forming next season's buds
' Do not beat the egg whites too
much for angel cake or It will be
too dry. They should be beaten un
til they form a point when egg beat
er la removed. ' , n,
' Fish and sausages should always
be rolled In flour before frying.. It
improves . the flavor and . prevents
sausages bursting open. K ,
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The making of rag rugs has In
terested needleworkers for hundreds
of years. . One very good reason for
this Is that rugs are practical and
wanted In every home. The larger
the rug the harder the work; the
weight Increases as the work pro
gresses. Making a rug of motifs and
then assembling take3 the hard labor
out of rug making and the work be
comes Interesting. Work these motifs
in spare time at home or elsewhere
and, when all are finished, assemble.
Folder No. 532 contains a lot of
Information about making the hexa
gon motif in various sizes in hexagon
shaped rugs and in various color
combinations. Hexagon motifs are
crocheted In any size and color
scheme according to your own Idea.
Amount of material and all the
stitches are given and other hints
of value to rug makers. A new kind
of chart for selecting your colors
gives you an oppoitunlty to see what
your rug looks like before you go
ahead with the work, ton can get
some wonderful ideas from this folder
on "Different Ways to Make Rugs."
It will be mailed to you upon receipt
of 10 cents.
Address Home Craft Co., Dept. C,
Nineteenth and St Louis Ave., St
Louis, Mo. Inclose stamped ad
dressed envelope for reply when writ
ing for any information.
Woman Opticians in England
Woman opticians are appearing In
England, and are said to be very suc
cessful. Because it Is one of the pro
fessions which a woman can keep
after marriage, many other recruits
VOU'RE TOO GOOD TO BE
PITCHING FOR THIS 6ATAVIA
BUNCH. IP VOU WANT A
REAL JOB. LOOK ME UP
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' bi. Solid bronza, with red tnam
clad latterlns. Fraa for t Grape
Nuta packaxa-top. In lending for
: mambarstup pin, alk for Prue 301.
Mny Dean W Itinera Ring. Some-:
thins roa'll Prize. 34-lcarat sold
Plata. Free foe 2 Grape-Null pack-asa-fopa.
In ordering ring, be wire
to aak for Prue 07. , ,
Vi.'L-' Br GRANDMOTHER CLARK
.4 AStbiTr-L tftf IsoIOLLeo a fast ferlA 4V 9
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I THEM RINGING IM THAT I, MANAGER I AM jgfimS J 'TS OIZZY DEAN ! THEM Jatf
STAR PITCHER FROM JT LETTING THEM PUT MPumfs ' J fSMOKEO J "ifflft
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AGENTS IN ; WAR
'JTlie same dye that gives vivid col
or to a woolen,' silk or cotton yarn
may. la the hands of a physician,
protect thet life and health of human
beings, 3Dr; Cary P. ' McCord points
out in!, his article,' "'Chemists, Dyes
and Doctors," appearing in Hygeia
Magazine.;; .'ofeS ,'
.Among the several dyes used dally
In medical practice are phenol red.
to test the degree Of efficiency of the
kidneys ; eosln, foe the blood count ;
scarlet red, for Indolent ulcers, and
methylene blue for the treatment of
carbon monoxide poisoning.
An assignment to make synthetic
quinine from the then Worthless
product known as coal tar "unexpect
edly made the youthful William
Henry Perkln the discoverer ofthe
first coal tar dye. A wholly new
field of chemistry was introduced
Into England in 1857. Out of Per
kln's beakers have come thousands
of dyes which find their origin in the
coal tar hydrocarbons, such as ben
zene, toluene nd xylene, and are
obtained by distillation. .
There are approximately 3,000 dif
ferent synthetic dyes known today,
providing a range of colors of the
rainbow and surpassing in beauty,
brilliance and stability those colors
provided by nature.
Perkln's discovery started the
chemical world to deriving other
dyes and chemicals from the lowly
coal tar. A synthetic indigo was
the goal. To Adolph Baeyer goes
the credit for establishing the struc
ture of the indigo molecule and the
completion of the processes neces
sary for its production from coal.
' Heumann, another German chem
ist, discovered by accident the magic
that changed Baeyer's "near indigo"
into the commercial Indigo, of today.
Mercury was the necessary catalyst.
Paris Is boasting that It has now
the deepest well in the world. This
new source of supply for the north
eastern corner of the city Is sunk
2,850 feet and will yield l.GOO.OOO
gallons a day. The well is fed from
a sheet of subterranean water that
extends at a variable depth under
the French capital. A writer In the
London Spectator says that the wa
ter has its source In the Ardennes
mountains. The existence of this
reservoir lias long been known ; a
hundred years ago several localities
availed themselves of it.
THANKS, PAL, BUT
I'VE GOT A JOB
IN ST. LOUIS
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Girls! . . . Get Valuable
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Just send the top from one fiill-sised, yellow-and-blue package '
of Orape-Nuts, with your name and address, to Grape-Nuti,
Battle Creek, Mich., for membership pin and copy of the club
manual, containing list of 37 nifty free prue. And to have loads
of energy, start eating Grape-Nuts right away, It has a win
ning flavor all ita own crisp, nutlike, delicious. Economical,
too, tor two tablespoons, with whole milk or
cream, provide more varied nourishment than
many si hearty meal. (Offer expires Dec SJU
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Mr. M. VJt&Zm
nerson, whose sSei,. VfJ
baked with JM 1
diana State lajCTiW
Always Ready to Burat
- There seems an element ot unre
liable explosiveness in a radical.
One seldom seems to be calm.
SPARE TIME MONET. No canvassing. N
capital. $100 a month easily. Sell by mall.
Two $1.00 samples and details, 25 cents.
Anthony Konkle, 88 Christian. Chicam.
SINGLE ROOMAHD PRIVATE BATH.
A nnr hoial ea 4fcid Streal t blacks aaj
oi Grand Camral Station.
a fast oneY
CEE. OIZZY I WONDER WELL, YOU'RE HEADED THAT
IF I'LL EVER MAKE WAY WITH YOUR ABILITY.
THE BIG LEAGUE ? WHAT YOU OUGHT TO 00
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AND I'LL TELL YOU ONE SWELL WAY
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