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 - r INTERESTING WOMAN Three's Now A Happy Crowd...
r INTERESTING WOMAN Three's Now A Happy Crowd By EILUE O DAT Hit Andrews Sisters hi?i quit taking themselves seriously. seriously. . "We've calmed down a lot We used to be so temperamental,' temperamental,' says Patty, in Miami overnight overnight at Miami International Airport Hotel with sisters Max-ene Max-ene Max-ene and La Verne. The famous three are a trie agaia after a twe year break-up. break-up. break-up. "We have a sense of humor now, we allow each other a personal personal life and personal feelings. Before, all we could think of was The Andrews Sisters as a unit ''Our poor husbands. Married to one of us, they were practically practically married to a trio not to a person. "Now we go our separate ways. It's funny. Being apart " hs brought us closer together." The daughters of Ollie and Petar Andrews left hometown Minieapolis for a show business business tour in 1933. Patty was 11, Maxcne, 13, and La Verne is. "Mam and Dad thought we were going to be gone only a few .weeks. We never went back home. Instead, they joined us on the road. They were making $30 a ' week ($18 a piece) whea they : recorded Bel Mir Blst Du Schorl la 193S. Slaee thea. ' they've sold M millioa ree- ree- rds. cind, Cal. La Verne and husband Lou Rogers live nearby. Divorced from Lou Levy, who used to be the trio's personal manager, Maxene, and children, children, Aleda, 14, and Peter 12, live in Brentwood. "In our divided Eves, we've found respect for each other," the sisters agree. 1 - t PATTY ANDREWS Divided, We Stand if MAT'S COOKING In Mrs. Nannie Schaubach's Kitchen From the. recipe file of Mrs. Nannie Schaubach, Ocean Breeze Park, Jensen Beach, is this new-fashion new-fashion new-fashion version of old-time old-time old-time dessert LEMON BUTTERMILK PIE H cup butter or margarine Grated rind of 1 lemon 4 cup sugar 1 tablespoon lemon juice 3 eggs 2 cups buttermilk 3 tablespoons flour 1 unbaked pie shell teaspoon salt , Cream softened butter and sugar; add egg yolks, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Add flour, salt,' lemon rind and juice, mixing well. Stir in buttermilk. Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites and pour into unbaked pie shell. Bake in hot oven '425 F.) 10 minutes, then reduce heat to low (325-335 (325-335 (325-335 F.) and continue baking 30 minutes or until custard is firm. Send your favorite recipe to The Miami News, Food Editor, Bertha Cochran Hahn. It may be worth money. The source of the recipe, your address and telephone number must be given. The winning recipe each day will be worth $2. The sender of the recipe judged the best of the week receives $5. MATERNITY DRESSIS SKII SKIRTS JACKETS UNDIIS $3a $j2 1530-50 1530-50 1530-50 N.W. 36th ST. Blonde Patty is married to II niaviMC im ins waiter wescnier, uves ta tut- tut- i 1 1 B

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  1. The Miami News,
  2. 26 Feb 1960, Fri,
  3. Main Edition,
  4. Page 17

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