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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 31, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Olive lose her temper and wins contract she a holding a $5000 Book facts Worth knowing by pack Jungmeyer aka service writer new York Jan. 26.�?so Many warnings have been issued against display of a a temperament in movie studios that most Young actresses even when they have it As something wholly pernicious. Gent ally it is considered a self destructive fire. Rut for Olive Borden it sparked Ute of extraordinary Progress from minor roles to Stellar part in the biggest Fox production for the year a the world of it was when things were at their worst for the bordens that Olive had her Chance. Dissatisfied with a Small part for which she had been cast the Young lady flared up in hot protest a dark fury launching honest opinion on an emotional Bolt. And instead of showing her Tho exit door the Fox officials for the first time sensed Lier capabilities backed off respectfully and handed her a five year contract. Menus for the family by Sistek Mary breakfast a grape juice with Lemon Cereal thin Cream creamed dried beef Crisp whole wheat Toast milk Coffee. Luncheon baked celery and cheese bran bread Apple sauce Ginger bread milk Tea. Dinner Salisbury Stead broiled bananas head lettuce with French dressing creamed spinach poor Man s Rice pudding Graham bread milk Coffee. Since no potatoes Are served with the meat a simple Rice pudding is suggested As dessert. The pudding is made without eggs and supplies Hie necessary starchy food for the ii Jet. Raked celery and cheese two cups diced celery 2 Tablespoons butter 2 Tablespoons flour 2 cups milk 2 eggs 1-2 cup grated cheese 1-2 Teaspoon Salt paprika. Cook celery in slightly salted boiling water until tender. Use As Little water As possible and Cook dry or Drain melt butter stir in flour and slowly add milk stirring constantly. Cook until thick Aud smooth. Add cheese Salt and paprika and stir until cheese is melted and perfectly blended with the sauce. Stir in the Yolks of the eggs beaten until thick and Lemon coloured. Add celery and fold in Whites of eggs beaten until stiff and dry. Turn into a Well buttered baking dish and bake 30 minutes in a moderately hot oven. Serve at once. Household suggestions hit meal a half Teaspoon of Salt added to i he Bowling water will make All the difference Between tasteless Ness and delicious flavor in oat Mead. Pimento when a t an of Pimento has been opened keep the remainder in a Jar covered with cold water in the ice Box. Change the water every cheesecloth rags keep cheesecloth bags containing lettuce and celery w it with cold water in the ice Box and the contents will stay fresh. Scalloped dishes for scalloped dishes Cook the onions and Green peppers in butter first so that the dish need not be baked so Lone miss Ruth Kraner of Cincinnati is holding a Book that Cost $5000�? a copy of Tennyson a Quot holy grail a owned by John g. Kidd finished in a French Levant binding with a hand carved and embossed cover that is set with 26 precious stones. All the pages in the Book Are hand lettered. I. 5. I 14. To. 16. 17. 18. 20. 21. 23. 25. 2 it. 2 7. 29. 30. Horizontal Boundary. Replying. Metal. Above. Broader. A pointed missile. Ebb and flow of the fairy. Tumor of the Eye. Nets used As trim nit male child. Stop exclamation t Label. At no time. Exterior. Drops of water flt in the morning. High Mountain. Vertical 1. Minor officer on a ship. 2. Muse of poetry. 3. Member of an English political party. Inse a. Men i it plants of. 3 6. Having to 3 9. To Box. 40. Stone worker. 41. Writing instrument. 42. Serf. 4 3. To assert 4 4. Steep Cliffs. 46. Joined 4 7. Enemy. 48. To corrode. 49. Rent asunder. 51. To piece out. 52. Part of verb to be. 53. Battering machine. 56. To sit for a photographs. Collection of facts. 59. Pointed Arch. 61. Eats. 63. Bolt. 64. Rhythm. 66. Horrible monster. 67. To cloy. 68. Superior. 69 opposite of a weal tin 5. To Ai 6. Bad. 7. Type of closed car. 8. Priority. 9. Point of Compass. 10. To immerse. 11. Small fish pm. 12. Famous fiddling emperor. 13. To smile broadly. 19. To Divide. 22. Devil 2 4, to hem. 2 7. Instructor. 2 8. Jewel 30. To assault. 31. Act of restraining. 33. Speedily 8 4. To Bathe. 85. That supposed to be True. 37. Edge of a roof. 8 8. Tiny Golf Mound 39. To slip. 4 2. Said. 4 4. Spilled deliberately. 45. Anger. 47. Pelt. 50. Tincture. 5 2. Imbecile. 5 3. To play boisterously. 54. Dyeing apparatus. 55. To apportion out. 57. Gull. 58. Angle of an insect s Wing. 60. Before. 62. Placed. 63. Mineral Spring. 65. Printer s measure. The la feast Paris frocks have tiny electric lights on them. Brazil uses convict labor in much of its Road construction. In England 22,000 women Are employed As electrical workers. Chicago had 90,000 population in 1357. With a new Jack just invented it is said one Man can move too tons. Mail is picked up in Mes potau by British airships on the Wing. Typhoid attacks fully a half million persons yearly in the United states. Owing to the breakage railroads say the hauling of eggs is without profit. The total mileage of hard surfaced roads in the United states is now near he 500,000 Mark. The Himalayan Cedar or Deodhar thrives Well in California where it is a favorite Christmas tree. A recent flood in Athens uncovered 30 ancient tombs in five of which mummies were found. Moro than i, Trees were planted by new York state during 1925. The Sewanee River made famous by tile song soon May lie harnessed for electrical Power. A is Are building an fridge rating Plant lines. F All Cornu a a craving Plains Ning 100,000 i tarried re French Side experimental for freezing s eighty per cent it Cial ice and re. I operate on Amman a single slab Coni feet of Granite a Centi y. The next eclipse of to a Sun visible in the United stakes will occur August 31, 193 2, and will be seen in new Hampshire Vermont and Maine. Hexyl Resorcinol a new unt sep in is fifty times As Strong As carbolic acid in its Power to kill disease germs and is perfectly harmless to human beings. The Unicorn mentioned in the Book of Job probably was the a Rochs a kind of wild cattle now extinct. The year 1926 Marks the Centenary of the beginning of the tool making Industry in Hartford Conn. British archaeologists have used air planes in making preliminary surveys of the Sites of ancient ruins. The underwater a a bladders of the common floating Plant the bladderwort really Are traps that catch Small aquatic animals. English railways employ nearly 1,800 women As switchman crossing tenders porters painters Yardmaster and station agents. Some of the deep living sea plants of the Black sea contain a larger percentage of Green colouring matter than those that live near the surface. An Aerial map of More than 200,000 Miles of alaskan coast is to be made by the aircraft squadrons of the United states Battle Fleet. Operated on miss Megan Lloyd George daughter of England a War time prime minis Ter underwent an operation for appendicitis in London after being taken suddenly ill and her father cancelled a tour of Italy to return to her Side. Her condition is not considered serious

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