Jus' Between Frien's
Entree a la Radio
A wife asked her husband to take down a recipe coming over
He did his best, but got two stations at once, one of which
was broadcasting physical exercises and the other the recipe. This
is what he took down:
"Hands on hips, place one cup of flour on the shoulders, raise
knees and depress toes, and mix thoroughly in half a cup of milk.
Repeat six times. Inhale quickly one-half teaspoonful of baking
powder, lower the legs and mash two hard-boiled eggs in a sieve.
Exhale, breathe naturally, and sift into a bowl.
"Attention! Lie flat on the floor and roll the white of an egg
until it comes to a boil. In 10 minutes remove from the fire and
rub smartly with a rough towel. Breathe naturally, dress in warm
flannels, and serve with fish soup."
Strange, but it's the man who can't meet his creditors who
meets most of them.
Hard Boiled, Too!
Fussy and Talkative Customer: "Mr. Grocer, I want a dozen
strictly-fresh eggs! Now don't try to palm off any storage stuff on
me, because my husband is very fussy and insists on strictly fresh
Grocer, to himself: "Well, he sure got one all right!"
Mixing The Brands
"I'll have a slice of that blackberry pie."
" 'Tain't blackberry," said the waitress, as she "shooed" the
flies away, "its custard."
"Pat, what does 'Vive la France' mean?"
"Sure, it's French for Th' Star Spangled Banner', me boy!"
Published every Saturday by the Davis Qrocery Company, for and in the interest of
its many customers, at 1237 S. W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida.
SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1927
Extra Specials for Saturday!
SUGAR, fine granulated, 5 lbs. . 29c
COFFEE, Maxwell House, lb. . . 42c
ASPARAGUS, Libbys ^icnic stze * \lc
J bquare tin . z4c
FLOUR GO\l^k^ 24 lbs. . $1.14
GINGER ALE, Canada Dry, 5 for 97c
EGGS, Strictly Fresh, dozen . . 29c
STRAWBERRIES, full quart basket 29c
POTATOES, No Ones, 1 0 lbs. for 35c
D E7 A F^ The Many Specials
THE ART PRESS
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on the Inside Pages