1930 Prohibition Punches A book of Beverage by Roxan B. Doran
Treasurer-Nourse was bis name. You may have beard how he moved the entire contents of the United States Treasury from Philadelphia to Washington ''in ten cart-loads.'' For a full century the house remained in the Nourse family. And for almost the entire period it remained a suburban home. Today a busy thoroughfare winds by the front gate of the old Colonial homestead, once remote in its twenty-five acres. But it is still linked with the lives of the nation's great, for one dwells there now who was medical adviser, confidant and friend to the greatest of our modern states– men. And in this moonlit garden, nestled in a grove of trees, is a tiny "Wbite House" given by that statesman to three sturdy youngsters who romp within that garden today, and soon will make the old place ring with the laughter and music of Youtb as they ''chase the flying hours with flying feet."
1 cup orange juice 1 cup lemon juice 1 cup sugar 6 cups water and ice
To measure the water and ice, place the chopped ice in a vessel into which water may then be poured to the mark for the measure wanted. · Texas Agricultural Experiment Station
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