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I. Remember that I am thy wife, Whom thou must cherish all thy life.
II. Thou shalt not stay out late at night When lodges, friends, or clubs invite.
III. Thou shalt not smoke indoor or out, Or chew tobacco round about.
IV. Thou shalt with praise receive my pies, Nor pastry made by me despise.
V. My mother thou shalt strive to please, and let her live with us in ease.
VI. Remember 'tis thy duty clear To dress me well throughout the year.
VII. Thou shalt not be a drinking man, But live on prohibition plan.
VIII. Thou shalt in manner milk and meek, Give me thy wages every week.
IX. Thou shalt not flirt, but must allow, Thy wife such freedom anyhow.
X. Thou shalt get up when baby cries, And try the child to tranquilize.
These my commands from day to day Implicitly thou shalt obey.
Many of the recipes in this collection did not contain amounts or oven temperatures. I have typed them in as they appear in the book, typos and all.
Depression Era Recipes Patricia R. Wagner ISBN 0-934860-55-6 Entered by Carolyn Shaw 5-95
Submitted By CAROLYN SHAW On 06-26-95