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Potted IvyPotted ivy will perk up if the leaves are rubbed lightly with olive or castor oil on a bit of cotton. This removes dust, makes the leaves glossy and gives them a tonic.
Author: NEWSPAPER, Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune 02-06-1942
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Stew Recipe For 20 Persons, American
War Revives Community Dinners
Roll meat cubes in flour, salt and pepper and brown on all sides in hot fat. Place in large deep kettle, cover with hot water, and simmer, covered, for 2 hours. Add vegetables and chili sauce and continue to simmer for 30 minutes. Serve with hot boiled rice or steamed potatoes.
Contributed by Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, 1942
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