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/ THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER,+ - " ,The Green i' ]de Call for Hostess Gowns Smart Hostess Apron ! l I1', k I I Str kes- ]1 And Housecoats in Gay Prints sQuicklyCrochete i::iii i !!ilil i By WILLIAM J. MURDOCH i iill i:: t] ,o,s RD2?H][ By CHERIE NICHOLAS iii i:: ili i |.WHY?'' Charles Hobso. in-[ :::: :::!:]: ]: i:: i: !:[:~:~:~:! nephew. He shot a rather bewfl- : z.:-:.:.|dered look at his wife who smiled I~~*' --,~ + ~ |knowingly and folded her armsI ~~~ : [],~ [] ]across her ample front. "Why, [ ~?( :: ~ : ~ 9 t, +, ~::~:i:;:i:i ::i:i::: ~: :::$ ~:::'." ::i~ [] + i:ii :~ [Butch Charles repeated. Why l [~~ d [] ~ i i~ J can't you tell your new teacher--I ~~~ :;7 ,[] I ~ ~ ~ I Miss Melrose, is it?--that you're to I [~~ ~'~2c~ [] V ! !i: ~ l come straight home instead of[ ~~~ $~.}7~)~'~ ii::i ! ~ i ~ |helping her fix a recreation room in I~~ ~~t~)~ B m I i /her basement?" !i i~'~ ~, :~:~i!::;::~ii::~i~i~i~fi~:~!~' I ~ ',! i~ i" Well, gosh. Unk-- Randolph /~i~i~ii~N!i~;:+ii~:.~~!. li i:~ I,I ~ |"Butch" Speers said evasively, star- ] ~J~iiiiii~:~]~:~:~~~i I I I : :iiii!i::!i ling at the floor. /~"~iiiii!~ i~~ ~ I I i I " / Now, thought Helen Hobs on. If ~'.~iiii~~ ~~'!i ~!il [] I I ~ [] /that green bug of jealousy didn't ~"~i;ii:~!~I ' ~ I .:[:~:i~:i:~:!:i:i: ::::;:~,:~,::: ~::::::~. [] ~ ~:i I i I take a bag bite from Charles ~ i:' i)~i~~ [] [] ~ ~ ! ~ I peace of mind, then 37 years of, :~~fi~ ,[] I ~1 m l marriage to him hadn't taught hera I ~~ ~.'~2,~ "~ I [] I t I I thing. "Tell him, Randolph," she [~~:::~~ I I !,I ii~ I pressed primly. 'Tell him what you I |~~ ~~~ " ~ ' ~ ~-~ tom me." II~i~ ~~~-~, : ~i:: "I just can't " the boy ex- !:i~;~.-:,;':i;~i!:~!~. ~ iii . I I I i I ~ claimed. "I-I like herl She's so, ~i:ii~~ ~kl~'~~~'-~'~-! ,[] ~ ~ I ~ ]pretty and nice--" he paused, era- F~~iii~i/ ~~-~lr'~r ',: : THE smart hostess wears a cro- barrassed i ~ : ~:!:: z :~ ~ i i! I I Helen ~vas extremely pleased at J" cheted apron when she enter- ::: ::i ~ the signs of distress on Charles' t t~i~ tains. This one combines mesh : ~ i I I ~ long lean face So she gave that i ~i~ and petal stitches; easy, inexpen- !:'::~: ~ ' ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: < :;~ ~ ' I !bug plenty of jaw room. If the boy ! [~~ sive to make. ~ : ! wanted housework she intended to i Wear this crocheted apron when you serve refreshments. Don't be surprised [ ~ ~.::i: see that Charles ordered him to help li!!ii::ili~i!~~ at the excitement you create! Pattern ,::::::::::::::::::::::::: :~::::: ~:: z [ ~ at home Imagine Charles a I ~J~;il]!~!~:~i~ 7407 has instructions, ' ~, - ":~::::::::~::' ~i:: "~::: :::: : : teacher using her looks ~o mveigle ! I~:::::~::~:::~~ I B ~ ~ ~ K a roomful of children to help clean I sewi"g c,rc,e Needlecraft Dept. i ,~ i :3i~'~5~;? ~ ~i~,~t ] 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, m. i I [] ~ ~ ~ her cellar " ~ii~i:~i~~l [] :: : ~ ! "Ummm," Charles muttered. He t ~ [ Enclose 16 cents for Pattern. i I=m+ I it wears ' ' " " " " " " " " Chicken is fine food and " I -- ~h for even voice awed by the unusual severity I tween season wear, and it will con- i belts, arms are laden wRh b;ace- anced and go g " ] . " ] righteously, if that s whatyou ] ] sophisticated styling of luxury-type lying to all branches of the faro- . (Serves 6).leed ]want " ~ Enthusiasm for housecoats and ] novelties, the early new collections - ~) J a^"r on it Take [ 2 cu"~ medium white sauce ] we n clean our basement. I P . . [ pastels, as for instance, the side- ox oreau crumo~ or . ] vo I u . : .r I au~ess gown snown ~o me rlglat. ] button model in sink wool i~.r~v your choice from these tasty rec*-I 6 slices tomato . i .Tney atan L mOUg~L u~ v ~tff ~ [ The material is a shantung in Du ] that o~hi +~,:,~ ~+ ,~.:~:.^~::~['~ es,6 slices buttereo toast I 1-lot}son peerea out me uw.g room I Pont rayon yarm The own is ultra" -~+,o - - =-~,a,o~ = P :,j I window for two hours after the clock ] -- g i silhouette together with a full-skirted on tho fl0hting fronts, too. L Maryland Fried Cldbken. Carefully corn- ] I- ,~,-^- ~T, I moaern m maz it goes au-~ print I hemline Wool iersev in th- d=vt~,~Winning slogan~ in a contest Ii " e i amp me ~ao~:a~ ~,~-,~- ~,-=~ v with la" " " " " (Serves ~) braeall ingr d-~ ' . 1 hall-he arrived barely I p In. The front bodice, as you| colors will be a first-in-favor for ond ut~q,d by $tors and [ ,! uses flees fou freet high. Rubb,~r | g re qu rl edJor one such fire Is equiv- pieces. Roll in flour seasonecl with O~:ur:reamed ~ "'~ t :~lee:ce when he saw the mounting I :'an~am~rtlfe;~es. is that .~ey. are I taped so that it may be converted 7Y fl'P 'n ertl's" " i' salt and pepper Dip Into beaten I Ham and Egg Souffle. I storm in his uncle's face ] o y ty ca. some wire Inset / into a hood wi~ water, then into' ~ . " .-- Ibelts, others with the new corselet [ There is "~uite a -"-~ +-- L F. O~lrl~k Is I~dMi~ a |i egg mixed " . [ (Serves ~) ] By Georget Charms growlt~l, I ~ / ~ ut:,q~ ROW $|,$00. ~00 t,~rth ~lt- |i . wn on both slues m not e~e~ ~tqe-arapmg is much In eva m de crumbs Bro -. I ~ k ] throwing his hat on the hall table. ] . ] a of durable all-over lace in orat~w l~m~ ~ It~dk~= [I rdI t " i teaspoon Imp [ ' -'--- hi " hat Both / In one of these fashion-right 'robes I through the advance at home a~ (Serves ~ ~ ~# - I ith bacon drip- ~ again, snatching up $ . i .- " t " v- i Mrusll vreaa w 1 nd ne-hew were startled I "i~e ouuooz zor tau ana winter at- ~ parel collections 12 c~l~Dt~:U;ntcltemz I ptngs; cut slices into ,~r?an~Pl:C~ I ~$ ~:e~;d lig~ In his eyes. "By I home fashions is most glamorous. [ Releat~d by WefternNewtrpal~, Unim~ " i o fit dee casserole. ~ / t oil t P . George, Iql tell.her a thing or twol 1~4 t~blespoons la era, sprinkling L each with ham , 1 teas on pper ; Y Butch, where does she live. -"" ~ rupert2pl- -film Combine eggs, milk and s.easonlngs. "On -- on Market street, ,ear Early Fall Gmzham I Make-Your-OwnIdea I~ taDlespoo prop Pour over bread. Baze m a moa- ] a I "/ ~ I erate (350-degree) oven until puffy I . "er lace" ~ S r -" ' " U, into ,err " t dhere to in ) It+s the old Brennanc p,I [ p eading on Camous t~lean cnicxens ana c " and mixture aoes no a " ] u.~ .o~,~ ,~.h~rl~ s -- where are i " I . . Ing pieces. Mix flour and season- serted knife, about 45 minutes. I :.~;~'~:~', -" | ~.~. I ~e.wlng interest is mounting to a ,ngs. Dip chicken hgh"y bi~o~ ,~3~: Summer desserts accen~ r~itc:~d ] "~'~ro";;~l'on Miss Melrose",] :? ] 3= l~:a ~o: r~:~.the mh~ke-y~- mixture. Lightly brown on make a tasty, mouth-wate g " ] '-- -~"-'t '~o an~h~n~ you U,]~1~~1~~ [ P " g ug t in fat. Add a little water; cover bination. Here are two suggestions [ ~'.",~,~; --" ~,~iii~ [ the college girl clan there sure will closely and cook over low heat for which you will want to make use of [ regr?!I ,r~,~ ,~,~nr .lammed violmlt-[ ~~~ / be something doing in the way of I hour. Uncover to brown and crisp, some time this summer: [ '~':~,l~,~d ":'G-~oshl" I . ] clothes budget thrift by these ambl- "~, "" ~"~'~ " tious n h " ,e t ustasts Man of them -- Summer Apple Tarts. I "I should say so,' Mrs. Hobson I . " Y . . are alreaay pmnnmg to maze me~r ,- (Serves 5) ] *aid blinking The green bug had,~I ] Lynn Says 2 CUpS ~iced alipIes I ;aketl a bigger bite than she ex-/ tnex' semester s wat aroc.e. . ~ " sTare 1.6 cup boney or dark corn syrup [ peeted. ,"I shottld most certainly /,-~i~ [ . ~:xcepuonal oppormniues are oe- '/'rtcKy 'rips: wnen gzas . t teasuoon cimmmon,say sot' ] ~i, :/~~ [ lng or~erea in way or sewing instruc- rink - -- ~ - " ' " ' has chipped slightly on the d - ~ teasuoon nutmeg I The suvver hour passed. The,~ j [ tmns given m fabric departments m with an z ing edge, smooth ~t out ~A teasueon grated orange rind ~ clock struck seven. Helen looked out f ~~ [ many stores. To do your own sew- a erto "" - -- "'":':+"+ " emery board or sandp p ~4 t~blesvoon butter I the window for the 20th time. Still,~~~ .J I mg m really m~p~rattonal for it gives make it smooth,vored tea, 5"baked tart shells I no, Charles She did hope ,e,+ ~ ~.+ ::~:+ :/:~ I pl~iy to creative~ genius. No won- To make delicious fla +~ anr snices and or- ] wouldn t make a complete fool of,~~ ] der the sew ng venture xs becoming d littl rated orange rind to ivx~ tusc-,~- ~,--,~- ad a e a hobby with young moderns who ' g n'e =rind Add to apples and toss / himself. . I ~~~ "" t lm ar~s a a ~ ~, ,'. it before serving. ~ P - +-~ether Fill ,as-,Seven-fifteen Helen rememoered I ~-~~ I nave meas ot tnelr own and wel- delicate fragranceand saves ~ (@-~u try shells with I the time 20 years, before when ~ ~~I come the chance to work out indl- sugar. .~ .~.~b . annlemixture ] Charles had chased the milkman] ~* I vidual touches in the clothes they en heat- ~, ' "- ","" Lemons which have be b fire ton s for steppm~ m ~ wear You can get perfect atte ,~I 0 ~'~ Dot with butter. ] with the g ] "~+i p Ins e sh htl will leld twice as , d "g y " Y" vet ~.~x,~ ~-3 h Bake in a hot I the pansy bed. Her husband s mild,"~~[::::::::::::::>: for every thing" from slacks outfits much juice as chilled ones Co("l ~]~l I [ ~oven 15 to 18 rain- ~ ~ray eyes had held just such a wild,~~ii I to daytime frocks and dressy after- ater for a few " n *::::::~:~'~ " lemons with hot w ~.1~[5:~ utes If demred. / light on that occasion too. Seve -| ~:!~ noon costumes w,th complete sew- " tractin "uice ~ - - - ::~:~*!:~:i~:::~;::,!~< minutes before ex g ) " ~''~ the~e may be i thirty Seven forty-five. Then she ~ ~~t mg lnstruchons. To flour .chops or eh eken p wn topped with beaten egg white or b,t, / .w coming upthe walk. Mrs. / ~]][ before frying, place m a bro -~ J Wnbson's neart sweuea w~m reuet I ~~~ I a er ba w~th bread crumbs or of Amemca- ~,~o - wa home--but from + ~ ~" P P g ' " ~'--'-es [ and alarm He s,Yall Sweater Dresses r n hake Thls win coat Parlsl~tn ret~u . t " flou a d s . " " Serves 6) what'. She threw open the door 4re Prett an the meat evenly and not leave ( I ,Charlesl Goodness, I hope you ] ~~] Y d Practical coogea sucea or n~lwu ~+::::::::::,:::: excess in pan after frying. 2~6 cups. ] didn't -- well, what did happen, ) ~:!!:: ] You ll be that intrigued with the " "" s~tClleSm,~;i~.:~;-. new w If the family objects to bltmg- 1~ --ilk ] anyway?',~:~:~:: . [ - s ~ater dresses that are being into a bit of garlic in spaghetti z cup . I Charles kept his eyes averted a~,~~i~ I ShOWn for talt, you wall feel the urge or other sauce, spear the clove z eggs ~-&r [ he stepped inside. "I'm sorry,~~ii~ ~ ~o o uyone at first glance. They ap- ~-^* s--~'~"~ --,-,"++~" ,~ toothnick~, and re- 3 t&me~pou-= t s l/ ~=,=,~-'^- ,r didn't think--". I/ ~~:.~l~tmmm;~ l~ peal xrom. . two angles. One is their ~mate.flmcttomtl'you feel nervoua.lmrt diat4r~,~tttturtma ~rmtlua--- ,alsn ana p . . " " " ,~uoh t~es--try tttm Srea~ medm/n~ a shallow casserole, cover with our custard sauce over,some heavy u " I bolero conceals a black halter I The sweater tops are in delicate col- -- ydls ~. tm, nktmm,~ Vegetsble C~n- thin slices of leftover chicken or . . Butch rll meet you m xron~ oz me ort. Then too ors like ale " regul~ty--It helps build up reslstan~ ~h +,~n wxth them Sprinkle wxth toasted / . i' at wh-, Helen t Here take ] blouse that spells comf,] p pink or b ~ge In some ~ to.~mll~e such tlmaptonm, a'-~ + flaked,t- " ismeil!!!~dll :~ii~:e:~2~e/~=x [:::en" ". scnoo -- Y " ' " I with the bolero removed, you have l~:dinstances the jersey oodice is fin- ~tonlo.F~Alowls~eldlmetlo~ -~Imst ~uoh amtreas Also * ~mn~ 3hv:eSe";auce and brown m the 3 l,Cha,rl You re posit,vel,Y ~am~Shfo]irttmlea f~y?ck that can go a:eff ~etha beguilhlg jewe.1, ~{~~ +