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tXllLINGS COUNTY PIONEER NAVY MEDAL OF HONOR spoon soda, 1 cup chopped nuts optional), I teaspoon vanilla and b'4 pound butter or oleo, melted and very hot. Bake in well-greased, 8xll inch pan for about 25 minutes in 350 degree oven. Cut in squares when slight- ly cooled. I use a pyrex b3king dish for this. The cookies have a soft "butterscotch" layer through the center, probably from the hot shortening. ~VASH PILLOWS? tMrs. J. D Bismarck) Will some kind reader advise me of the best method of wash- ing foam rubber bed pillows? C] EAT BREAJKFAST 1"O FEEL BE'IWER You'll feel better and work better if you eat a good breakafst very day. Jean M. Baeder, NDAC ex- tension foods specialist, points out that scientific breakfast stud- ies at a midwestern medical school have proved that people who eat breakfast are more alert mentally. Their physical reac- tions are better, they can work better and feel better than those who go without breakfast. They are freer from headackes and that "tired feeling," the study re- vealed. Any fruit is good for breakfast, but those with a high vitamin C content are preferred, such as Jranges, grapefruit, tomato junice or, in summer, fresh cantaloupe POLES SAVED FROM FLOOD--Amphibious vehicles evacuate Poles from the Dunajee rivet flood at Katowice. The flood ran through Krakow, Opole and Katowice province 9r strawberries. Protein can be supplied by eggs, meat, milk and :ereal products. [] FRE~EZING COMPARTMENT BLESSING TO WISE COOK Time-saving tip to housewives who have an electric refrigera- tor-freezer or freezer: bake two or three pies instead of one and double your recipes for sauces, stews, casseroles, and other farm- ily favorites. These extra portions can be stored -n your freezing compart- ment to be served another day. They'll stay as fresh and flavor- ful as they were when you took them off the range or out ot the oven, and you've saved pre- cious time. Idaho is the 25th state to qualify as a modified-certified brucellosis area; New Hampshire is the first state to quati~y as brucellosis-free. Conducted by SALLY OREMLAND AID Wl'l'H BABY? ~Mrs. E. P Bismarck) My husband and I are the par- ents of a two month old baby. I know my husband loves the baby, but he never pays any attention to her or helps out with the feeding or bathing. He ~s a good husband and provider, but some times I get so discour- aged. Do any other new mothers have this problem? WI~EAT FREE CAKE (Mrs, C. W Mandan) For S. O. who wants a birth- day cake for her son, I suggest a popcorn cake made like pop- corn balls, but in a greased ring mold. For color, bright candies can be mixed in. This is best made the same day it is to be eaten. (Mrs, D. D Bismarck) For the reader who's worrmd about her son's birthday cake, here's a potato flour cake which should please him: four eggs separated, 3~'~ cup-sugar, cup potato flour. I teaspoon baking powder, lemon rind and juice. Beat yolks thoroughly, add sugar, grated rind and juice and contin- ue beating. Add stiffly beaten egg whites, and lastly fold m potato flour and baking powder, mixed. Bake in moderate oven hour. FUDGE IDEA ~Mrs. W. L Mandan) In regard to the recipes for easy fudge using marshmallow, chocolate chips and evaporated milk, for variation. I sometimes use mint flavored chocolate chips to give a delicious minty flavor to the fudge, Try it and see how good it is. Bu'FrERSCOTCH COOKIES (Mrs. R. S Mandan) Here is a recipe for butter- scotch cookies. If these aren't the butterscotch brownies re- quested recently, at least they should make a big hit with some of the readers. Combine one p o u n d box of dark brown sugar, and 2 well- beaten eggs. Add in order, 1 cups sifted pastry flour, tea- CUT WEDDING CAKE--Singer Tommy SandS, wearing ins urn- form, and his bride, Nancy Sinatra. smile happily after their wedding at Las Vegas, Nev. In background is Mrs. Nancy Sin- atra, the bride's mother. The father, singer-actor Frank Sin- atra, refused to pose with the newlyweds. Their planned honeymoon to Hawaii was postponed until Tommy can com- plete a six-month active duty' hitch with the U.S. Air Force. IN HURRICANE'S PATH--With the entire state of Rhode Island alerted as Hurricane Donna swept along the Northeastern Atlantic Coast, workmen board up store windowa in Provl- dence. The storm's effects were felt fJrom New $etse,T to Maine. r I./KE wHAT "['ONTO INAIT5 WITH .RCOUT AND .SILVEI IR A W00C OHE OF .GAH B, KI"ES , }a~lJ 77tlt K ,gl@ ~//M Mllt.L YOIJ~C~ BBTTEI~P . /NG 77,e" TO ~U~VD A ~ BR/BE TO FI c R Ff Y 0OESN'T WHAT "ION'tO HAS FOLLOWEP HIH "co JIM CA NO. Z~Z~' lob, /N 774~ ~PI VAC Y 0/~ yOMR. Z~'A V~ NO, F~"N~I~, I AIN'T C~PAZX/ I Ju#r KNOkV eY/YA~IT~ /'Vc~TH P :~ b41 TO ~0 AS B/S J/M kVANT~.I INI.III-I TI.i~ LOI~ RNqG,~R IS WITH MRS. BAR~ INSIDE THE HOU~B - - GOOD I, VO~Q~'~ 4~A/W/ POU HANDLED 17" ~U~T RV~NT/ ~OLI HP-J~ 'THE D/.~A;aC:~SJ~. ~JT "roNvo WATCH~S FI~:~ q'HE OFFICE WINDOW--