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Witiri. Wilson h Proudly Shown the Art
0 Cooking ramous Delaware Dishes
v 'Aopk If hip and Greening Puffs
h nrtil Delicious ivavsinesa nccines Lome
, m MBS. M. A. WILSON
t cvH' 'JfVtoTeJ ".
.' mllE housewives of the Stntc of DM-
" T Sure aro' noted n bflni real 1
J. Bliy "... ... !.. ...1 iirliln In
r hSwlwV art. ThVyounr 1ucli.
' Jjffiarly dtirins the summer nenson
Ms Btnte Juit 11 few ilnys ngo mid one
iouni coot remarked to me that sum
7X greening were uplciitlltl Mm .Just
!a nd ("he wondered If I really
uL how many attractive .IMies die
J25d inske from them. She Intended to
Uh domestic wlenre when hc flnhheil
"Vexprowd my desire to Me o many
jii.s that wero Jut a little out of the
Htarr. So w,. Jhlrd i.h to the kitchen
.ml MlVs Frnnklc Smith -oon demon,
rtrattd that she- l Rolnfr to be an able
'""..: -.1 . lumnill nlnt. Sllfl lllllpklr
ind quietly nrrayed the "tenMIs ami
fnirtdlents necessary and then brought
then handed me an apron and a knife.
Bb informed mo that I was to prepare
the ppl " "he neded them, 80 let ur
Mart off with
Pie 1 Delaware
Hub a jood-nired pudding pan well
with butter and then wash and wipe
dry the greening)!. Remove the Mem
nd bloMm end and cut In thin Mice.
PUrc ft lnyer of the diced greenings in
tb bottom of the pan and sprinkle with
a little cinnamon and brown sugar.
Ihtn place a layer of cornflakes; re-
i nk with one teaspoon of butter. IU-
Mat until tne aisn i iuii. row cover
tht top with n thin enmt of pastry and
brnih the pastry with milk. Mnke four
little giunes in the pntry to permit the
'iitin to Mcape and bake In a Mow
'ertn for forty minutes. Let cool in
Gn and then loosen pit) by ru.nu.nic thi
If around the side of the pnn. l'lacc
large plate over the pnn and invert
md pie will turn right out on plate,
fore with chocolato Bauce.
On-al cup of tugar,
Three-quarters cup 0 tcaltr,
, Four tablespoons of cocoa,
Two tabltspoont of cotiislault.
Place in a saucepan and etir to dis
solve thoroughly, ring' to a boil and
cook for six minutes. It cool and then
One teatpoon of vinilla,
One-quarter teatpoon of cinnamon
VTnsh and dry crecnlngs, removing
the blAMora and stem ends, and chop
fine sufficient to measure one and u hulf
earn. Now place in a mixing bowl
One-half cup of tugar,
Five tablespoon! of thortenlng,
One and three-quarters cupt of flour,
Four level teaspoons of baking pow
in. One-half level teaspoon of talt.
One-half level teaspoon of nutmeg,
Tut-thirds cup of milk.
Mix to 1 smooth batter and then add
the prepnrcd greenings and onc-hnlf
Op of seeded ralMiiB. Turn into well-
irrattri baking riisJi nnd bake in mod
erate ov.en forty minutes. Serve with
Cut eight greenings in pieces nnd
thfn plnro in a saucepan with
One cup of icater.
Cook slowly until soft nnd then rub
through n sieve and sweeten to tuste.
One-quarter teaspoon of nutmeg,
One-quarter teaspoon of cinnamon,
One tablespoon of butter.
Unit to dissolve the sugar nnd cool
Wash nnd cut in pieces two pounds
ef summer greenings. Place in n pre
irving kettle nnd add
One cwp of u-atcr.
Grated rind of one lemon,
Julee of one lemon,
Juice of one orange,
Tuio ounces of candied ginger, cut in
One-half package of seeded raii"ns,
TVo pounds of sugar.
Cook very slowly until thick and
transparent, then more in the usual
manner for jelliis.
Two ewp 0 flour.
One-half teaspoon of salt.
Four level teaspoons of baking pow
der. One-half level teaspoon of nutmeg,
Blr tablespoons of ugar,
Four tablespoons of shortening.
One and one-quarter cups of thin
Place iu a mixing bowl nnd bent to
x to a smooth batter. Now turn the
mixture in a well-greased nnd (loured
aeep layer rnko pan nnd spread verv
,mothly. Cover the top very thickly
Win thinlj sliced apples. To prepnre
the apples, cut apples in quarters wltli-
It Might Just as Well Be You
icean's old, centuries old ; nnd forever 'twill "bo unc
A rift... M 1 1 1 .! . 1
i'"vi nuuM.- imagimuiim nns ill low 1111c ;
We hn6 not jet completely harnessed the sea
v,,n uro ln signi.
Also, flawless ineubntnrs. puncture-proof tires, drnft equalizers, lighter nnd
tougher nirplnne fabrics, ncrlnl life pieservers, cheaper compositions for blllinrd
J'slls, prnctlcnblc folding umbrellns, cjg testers and nutomtttic typewriter erasers
wt will knve time, trouble and profanity.
More efficient foods and fuels nrc potential millionaire mnkers; condensed.
eomprejscd vest-pocket victuals arc still virgin prospecting; soil enrichers would
""Praeedcntcdl) enrich their discoverers; tho filthy brown juice thnt oozes from oil
"Man vast, unknown trensure trove; radium, nitrogen, electricity, steam aud
vu "'""n' nnd untnpped forces.
Intffi I t sl)ODNors th0 statement thnt modern machinery is 00 per cent
a mnrM 1 d "ot Cllt oI'nn: typewriters are Inconvenient, clumsy mechnnlsms;
Tlln 1 musical composers and another thnt would trnnserlbo from dictated
the find " prnTt VA I)nrnds: spnrk plugs and vacuum cleaners nrc still in
tatm-M ?" .,aK'' "f t,,c,,' '"fancy; locomotives smoke; fool-proof, automntlc clc-
mi r1"1 flllln"itlcnlly create n Croesus.
('hull 1 Mr-V iK "Bnpf "'"' 1,n,(s awaiting tilling,
fluleklv. . l!,onMnt1y breaking; car couplers snap; rnilwny ties wenr out too
"tj IllilN falin fRr.... Iw.ll . -1 1 I . t . ..
nnoilndi 11 u", mummum cant ue economically soldered; tips
Wgh.nriniW" fro'" ,n,''",i uni rrn'lei Mihstitutes nre bndly needed for
eakea'trn '""l01" "nl nlhbfr '' ""liable shock absorbers would sell liko hot
Wttervc . hi sl",'PerB ,mvc thus far failed to turn the trick; kejless locks would
Todav 1 V, ,IC Lnr,Vl mll" nd be open-sesome to Midas' wealth.
Werdny. "r0 looklnK for " better, more efficient way of doing what we did
SL1?"'1? cjnll"ill' Quarrel with their tools.
It Is th s ',f"l,,,
I'tdream of ,'!!.,Sniof n" U1C thnt coula "0 """ r opportunities; thnt did
Precedent Z n,lvnn!ii that never conceived our dnily commonplaces,
fflcleney- ,,,t pornrlly tleN ,Mr lmn,'H' "hackles their Ingenuity, fettors their
TUIou ; It no 'L ...1 '"'"", I'""(lnp tbeir imncliintlon; it cannot constrain their
Progress I 1 V ir "'""'"cefiiliii'Mi
,0t harder tnl!P ..'.'!!' l1ro,l,1t "' nwn w'io looked a little deeper, worked n
nlus? tlc "1(,r', ",an llle "' eragn man.
Ohjervatio,,, Thought? Grit?
Jt wight Just a. well be you! s
Made in the Most Attractive
outt peeling nnd then Mice thinly. Stand
the slice of apples on their end in the
dough, having the skin side up. Now
plnce In a bowl
Four fnofoir-ooiis 0 flour,
Sit tablespocns of brown tugar,
Hit tablespoons of finely chopped
Mix by rubbing between the fingers
ann men spnnKie r.vcr flip prepared
apple onke. Dot with tiny bits f but
ter nnd use Ju.M one tnblesnoon of but
ter, Ilnke In n slow oven forty-five
linked Greening Roll
Onr and three-quarters cups of flour,
Ohc-half teaspoon of talt,
four level teaspoons of baking pow
der. Four level tablespoons of sugar.
Place In n mixing bowl nnd sift to
mix. Now rub Into the prepared flour
four tablespoons of shortening nnd use
seven tablespoon of wnter to form n
dough, lloll on floured board Into nn
oblong sheet about one-quarter i:ch
injcK nnn spread thickly with finely
Ttco-thlrds cup of brown sugar,
One teaspoon of cinnamon.
lloll ns for Jelly roll and fasten the
ends well. Lay In well-grensed and
floured baking pan nnd bake forty min
utes in moderate oven. Ilnstc every ten
ininuicH wicn me lniiowing mixture:
One-half cup of brown sugar,
One-half cup of boiling water,
One tablespoon of butter,
Let cool In pan. To serve, cut in
slices and servo with npplu whip.
White'of one egg.
One-third glass of apple or quince
Place In mixing bowl nnd bent with
Dover egg beater until the mixture holds
its shape. Then fold In one and n half
cups of thick apple snure nnd add
One-half teatpoon of cinnamon.
Fried Apples Willi Bacon
Cut summer greenings in half, dip in
flour nnd fry until brown in lint bacon
fat. Then cover closely and steam un
til tender. I,lft on sllco of French
toast, garnish with bacon nnd serve.
Applo Custard Pio
Lino n deep pie plnte with plain
pastry nnd then place In a mixing
One and one-quarter cups of thick
One-half cup of sugar, '
One well-beaten egg,
Yolk of one egg.
Three level tablespoons of flour.
One-quarter teaspoon of nutmeg.
Heat with Dover egg beater until
smooth. Turn into prepared pic plntc
nnd bake In slow oven for thirty min
utes. Plncewhlto of lcfl-ovcr egg and
one-half glass of apple or ?urrnnt Jelly
in a bowl nnd bent with Dover style
beater until mixture holds Its slmpe.
Use ns meringue.
Every houM'wife knows thnt the early
summer npples, known m greenings,
bring n welcome nddltion to the tnblcs
MRS. WILSON'S ANSWERS
My Dcnr Mrs. Wilson Kindly pub
lish recipe for rhubarb and pinenpple
Jam or mnrmnlade. We enjoyed some
thnt was given us so much I would like
to preserve some mself.
MItS. N. J. S.
Rhubarb nnd Pir.cnpplo J.im
Wash nnd cut two bunches of rhu
barb In smnll pieces nnd then plnce In
n preserving kettle and ndd two grated
pineapples. Cook until rhubarb Id
soft. Measure and add :
Three-fourths cup of sugnr to each
cup' of the cooked fruit. Plnce in n
preserving kettle and then ndd :
Juice of one orange,
Jutco of one lemon.
Cook slowly until thick, like jam;
watch very carefully to prevent burn
ing. Place an nsbestos mat under the
kettle. Fill into sterilized glnssrs nnd
cover with pnrownx and store in the
Dear Mrs. Wilson Please publish
u recipe for cookies made of gluten
flour nnd also how to mnkn brend
from the same flour. Am asking this
for one suffering from diabetes. Cnn
buy both bread nnd cookies, but they
are costly thirty-live cents for n
lnnf of brend weighing one pound
nnd the flour is fifty cents n pound.
Do you know of nnv place that sells
it cheaper. J nanuing you so much
for your help and information. J, M.
Gluten flour contains starch; other
flouts may he purchased from the same
firm thnt you mention. Try casein flour
nnd follow the recipe on the paeknge
and you will have splendid results.
My Dear Mrs. Wilson Please nn
swer me how to mnke colored icings for
cake, especially pink and green.
Mrs. K. McF.
Fse vegetable coloring to ohtnin the
desired shade in the regular icing.
ucontrolled," sang a
but wave motors and tide
GARLANDS OF PEARLS
GIVE GOWN EFFECT
Ry CORINNE LOWE
The sign with which we nre all so
fnmllinr at the seashore "Don't go be
yond the ropes" is one observed by
rautioiiH bathers In the sea of Style.
One doesn't go beyond thes! ropes of
Jet or bends or pearls for the trimming
nf the evening gown. For nothing else
lias been found wliich carries out so
well the classic Impulse of the new
evening drss. The selection for these
garlands hns fallen here upon pcnrls,
which appear, not only In thin detail,
but in the triple girdle', ln motifs of the
skirt, nnd upon the scnllops of tho hem.
The material of tho frock Is silver moire
nnd the two blend into an effect lovely
as moonlit wnters.
Adventures With a Purse
THE other day I came iu town quite
immnculnte In n white skirt nnd
blouse, for although I nm like n child
when it comes to keeping clean, I at
least start out spick and spun. I snt
down nt a typewriter and found that
tho type had not been cleaned for so
long thnt It wns virtually Impossible
to rend thnt which I had written. So
I found n pin and very carefully begnn
digging out each individual letter. In
the midst of the operation some one
spoke to me, nnd I dropped my hands
in my lnp while listening. Alas for
my cleanliness! It wns n thing of the
past. Two smudges of dirt were on the
pocket where I had thoughtlessly fished
for n handkerchief. And when the
mnchine was cleaned I thought my
hands, would never ngnln become "Illy
white." So it wns with genuine relief
that I bought a bottle of liquid that
cleans the typo of u mnchino without
any rubbing or digging. It is simply
npplled. nllnwed to dry and wiped off.
It is fifty cents n bottle. A little bit
goes n lonjf way. nnd it certainly is n
saring on the wenr nnd Jenr of ones
clothes and disposition.
Kvery woman has a love of dninty,
soft underthings, and if she hnd her
way would buy many of the "pretties"
that are seen ln the shops. Occa
sionally, however, one sees n bargain
thnt makes it possible to add to the
scented chest nnothcr nightie or step.
In. I snw a nightie that won for itself
n spot in my heart it was so dainty!
Made of the finest of batiste and trim
med with Irish lnce nnd insertion. Is
there n better combination tlmn snow
white, sheer material nnd rich, Irish
lace? Two perky bows of shell pink
satin ribbon were nn added touch. Tho
price was ?ft.n.", certainly not too ex
pensive for such nn exquisite piece of
For nms of fcps nc!i1r TVnrnnn'a Vni-t
Editor or rhone Walnnt 8000 or Mnln lflOl.
Who Goes To Work
With You ?
One of two companions leaves the breakfast table
with you ; help or handicap .
The right food gives you alift with the day's work.
The -wrong food weights you down.
It gives balanced nourishment without taxing the
digestion as heavy, starchy foods do. It adds energy
without taking energy away.
GrapeiNuts with cream or milk contains the es
sential elements needed by body and brain.
Crisp, sweet, delightful Grape?Nuts is anideal
dish for breakfast or lunch.
TAaAe by Poshtm Cereal CompanyilncorporaiedBatHe CreekJMchlgan.
By Lee Pape
THE DANGER SINE
Scene, outside of n 33 story blldtng.
Ferst sltlr.cn. G. look nt nil the
pecpic wnwklng out in the street instcd
of on tho pavement. Wats they doing
2nd sltJzcn. Dont you see that sine
Ferst sltlzcn. I see the elno but
I don't soc the danger.
2nd sltlten. You must be ono ot
theso people wunt to see everything.
Ferst sltlzcn. Sure, seeing Is be
lieving, thats me. Whoever owns tills
JKl story blldingi must of hnd a old
Danger sine and Jest stuck it up eo us
not to wnste It.
2nd sltizen. Holey smonks but you
got a slsplcloug nature.
Ferst sltlzcn. Well do you dare me
to wnwk rite past Jest to prove that
ain't cny danger?
2nd sltlzcn. I dont dare you but Td
like to see you.
Ferst sltlzcn. Well then nil you got
to do is watch.
2nd sltlzcn. O wlzz ho's a qunrtcr
wni'B over nlreddv nnd nothlntr bnsent
happened et. Now he's half ways
over and the danger Is still nil on the
sine. Now he's 2 thcrds ways over,
wats you know nbont that? Now he's
7 eights ways over, well I'll bo darned.
liny, hay, look out, hecr comes a load
of bricks off the roof.
Ferst sltizen. Its too Into to tell mo
now. Im underneath of them.
2nd sltizen. Is your life Insured?
Ferst sltizen. It ccrtcny Is.
2nd sltizen. Thnts good.
Woman motor otfncrs In Boston who
operato their own cars, but nbhor the
dirty work of taking care of them ;
likewise those of 11 mechnnlcal bent who
liko to tinker nround their vehicles, hnvo
reason to rejoice that thero Is soon tj
bo opened In their city a first-class ga
rapo exclusively for women. Not only
will nil tho patrons ho women, but tho
establishment will be managed by a
woman nnd thcro will ho women nt
tednnts nnd mechanics throughout.
Rvon the cab servlco to bo operated In
connection with the carago nnd for Its
customers will hnvo woman drivers.
H Jl i -UmIT'mH M
Come and see it
1. Electric Automatic.
2. Portable take it
with you when you
3. No bobbins to wind.
4. No tensions to regu
late. 5. Silent.
6. Sews heavy or light
WelqoxGibbS SpCHp Co.
1709 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Telephone: Spruce 2192
SoldbfGrvcerr JrCZ 1"'- -1 Z .
Everywhere t mSm'" '"" I '"
AUiiH -,lT 000"""""
There's a Reason "
Things You'll Love to Make
A colorful TIUCOLETTfl SPORT
SCARF nddn distinction to a sport cos
tume. To make the handsome ono shown
cut n nlexso of fancy drop-stitched trloo
lette (the tubing kind, uncut) one and
ore-half yards long. Turn In ono-fourtb
Inch on both ends nnd overcast the edges
together with heavy crochet silk. Run
worsted of n color that contrasts with
that ot the scarf, In and out through the
drop-stitching. Let each pleco of worsted
form a part of the worsted fringe that
finishes each end of this exqulstto TRIC
OLETTE SPOUT SCARF. FLORA.
Iced Tea made with this
fine blend is delicious!
At all our Stores
7. Its stitch is three times
as strong as ordinary
8. Attach to any light
socket, any kind of
9. SOLD ON EASY
Call nt our store and see it,
or phone for n free demon
stration in your own home.
Down Stairs Store
Women's Tailored Gingham
Dresses at $4
Appropriate for Vacation and Traveling
y'.' 1?, a
.." vi""uu tuples, aocp iar
sP.uT.bll!.cs and pentle forget-me-not, with pale greens among them
all the flower-like hues!
The style that is sketched at $6 combines rose, palo blu or
Copenhagen with white.
Desirable All-White Organdies at
$5.50 and $6
Great variety among youthful styles nnd some for older women!
All the organdies are fine quality and there is infinite choosing
Silks Low Priced
at 9 5c t $1.85
This Summer Sale of Silks
in Wannmaker's Down Stairs
Store has a way of bringing
down prices. People arc re
membering it from last year.
Somo mightily good
Habutai at 95c
is woven with its threads so
compacted together that when
it is washed the silk actually
seems heavier than before.
Used for underclothes, blouses
and dresses. 35 inches wide.
Inexpensive taffetas have
lacked character in the last
years. This one at $1.85 is
different. Plenty heavy, pleas
antly soft in finish and with a
high luster which makes it
suitable for bathing suits or
separato skirts. ' 35 inches
40 -Inch Crepe
Of course it is all sJTk ! It
comc3 in beautiful snaHcs of
henna, silver, brown, Belgian,
pink and navy, as well ns
black. Excellent for early
of Beads Like Ice!
50c, $1 and $1.25
Sound cool? Well, they look
even cooler! Clear, hard, white
glass beads, skillfully cut so that
they sparkle and glisten and re
flect all colors! Just the right
touch for certain frocks and most
certninly inspiring coolness!
Necklaces of imitation ivory
beads are $1 to $1.50.
Wonderful values for they nro
renlly short-sleeve blouses that
button in back. Just what women
want to wenr with tho popular
slip-on frocks. Mado of creamy
net trimmed with dainty laces,
of sheor organdio with lace or of
soft white voilo with plain Teter
Peter Pan Collar Sets, 50c
Fine white orgnndie n good
sized collar and nicely shapod
cuffs. Other exceptional collars
and sets at tho samo price are of
organdie or net.
Sturdy $1 Umbrellas for
Women and Men
Mighty good ones thnt went out
in a hurry tho Inst timo we had
them. Covers of durablo tape
edge American cotton taffota
over sturdy frames. Tho handles
for men are crook style, those for
women have wrist cords.
Girls' Slip-on Dresses, $1
One of the most popular Sum
mer styles for girls and women.
Pretty ones of linono in blue,
maize and pink bound with white
or of chambray in pink, blue nnd
green bound with plaid ging.
ham. 6 to 14 year sizes.
What n littlo price for irach well
tailored, good-looklnjr riresgest Why,
tliey cnn bo worn anywhere! Tho
lonff Bwcoping: lines of tho flno whlto
pnbnrdlno collars, tho largu cro
cheted buttons, the becoming stylo
oil nro indlcatire of qualify. " Tho
really good plngh.im u in various
brown and bluo plaids that arc not
too lijrht ln color for traveling.
Sizes all tho way from 3G to 46.
35 Styles of Gingham
Frocks, $3.50 to $7.50
Largo checks and small, many
different plaids amonjr them. Mostly
on the slender straight linos that are
preferred this season. Ono notices
tho good grades of elneham used
throughout. It is the decided good
tasto of the dresEcs that has won
so many friends.
21 Styles of Organdie
Frocks, $5 to $10
Delightfully crisp and colorful,
this part of tho Press Store resem
bles a flower garden with liappy
picking everywhere! Rambler pinks
and ro3e, the yollows of buttercups
Smart Flannel Skirts
Lowered to $12
About 150 of these one-to-four-of-a-kind
skirts, and that
means that 150 women will be
The flannels are soft and fino,
the tailoring impeccable and the
There are stripes and plaids of
many kinds and colors greens,
blues, tans, navy, pinks (and pink
is very lovely in flannel). A few
nrc plain white with colored belts.
Various kinds of box, knife and
side pleatings, some in combina
tion. A wonderful skirt
Men's and Boys' Tennis Shoes
and Oxfords, $2 to $3.75
They are all white, all brown or trimmed with contrasting leather.
Sizes from small 11 to big 11.
Men's White Sports Oxfords, $6.40
,., Full-wing-tip Oxfords of worth-while white leather that looks
like buckskin are rare at $6.40! These have rubber soles and heels.
Men's and Boys' Rough-Wear Shoes, $3.50 to $5.40
What men call "tough shoes" and tho sort boy scouts wear. Great
for camping and hikes! Of tan loathcr, they nre in sizes small 10
to big 11.
Special Values in Boys' Oxfords
$3.90 for tan leather Oxfords with round toes, straight-lace style,
in sizes 10 to 13&.
Cordovan and tan calfskin Oxfords in medium-toe shapes and
straight-lace style have the flat heels that boys like. Sizes 2A to 6
at $4.90 to $6.90.
Clear away of Children's Frocks
65c and $1
All were much more. A few aro
slightly mussed, but most of them do
not need even a pressing. Included are
pantnlette dresses and other frocks of
plnin-color and striped gingham in lots
of different styles. Also pretty frocks
of flowered lawn. Sizes 2 to 6 years
New Gingham Frocks
$1.25 and $1.50
Green, pink, blue and corn for
mother's choosing. Somo have little
white collars and cuffs and others with
white waists have colored collars, but
nil nro c;i:inirii' nnrl thnrnuirV.lw rr!-
able. Dainty smocking and embroidery ore generously usod as
vKh I M
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That Extra Pair of
Mr. Man, haven't ytro bea,
promising yourself to gat n
pair of trousers to. match that
coat hang-ins up in the closet ?
An extra suit in the runninff
would bo a handy thing to have
this warm weather, when
proper creases coma out all
too quickly and improper onM
go in the same way!
$5 to $7.50
Just about every imaginable
pattern nnd mixture la here.
They are the correct, rich
creamy tint and the proper
weight, soft and nlco. well
For Roughing It
Khaki-color trousers nro
$1.00 and 8.
Silk Bathing Suits
Lowered in Price
Taffeta and satin suits, some
plain black and others stitched or
trimmed with color, are now
marked $5 to $19, which is con
siderably less than they were.
Beach capes are greatly low
ered to $3.25. They include lovely
circular capes of black surf satin
and short capes of white Turkish
$4 to $8)
New special purchase for women just
unpacked. Euch dress offers a ploasant
saving because we are offorlng them
retail Thursday at the maker's legular
wholesale price quoted to us this very
Delightfully cool frocks and cool
looking with theiv sheer snow-whlto
collars nnd cuffs which are hemstitched.
Made of polkr. dot, dice or all-over leaf
and sunshine patterns U black, lavender,
red, pink anrf pale blr.o on white giound.
Finished with becoming sch. JJirort
38 to 40.
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