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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 25, 1912, Image 15

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pineapple juiee to the berries, but
that spoils strawberries for many
people. v v, 1
Strawberry Salad.
Pick out five large strawber
ries and serve on a lettuce leaf
with French dressing made as f plj
lows: Four large, spoonful? of oil,
one tablespoon of vinegar, half a
teaspoon, of salt and a quarter of
a teaspoon of paprika.
WHAT WE WEAR.
Flowered and lace trimmed
leghorns will be dressy headwear
all the 'summer. 'Trimmed in
stead of the tmstomary scarf
adorned psinamas will be worn.
Flowers, feathers and even laces
will be used on this type of hat.
1 Dull black crepe meteor, India
silk, dull black crepe de chine and
cloth are fashionable mourning
goods. Grosgrain silk trimmings,
black net, bands of crepe, dull
corded silk and crepe buttons" are
used as trimmings.-
Cut out embroidery in English
eyelet designs, worked out in
skirt yokes, waists, trimmings or
even in thesleeves give a touch "of
- individuality to a simplef"dress
" "without adding materially to the
expense.
Long sash ends, weighed by
silver tassels, are used as a finish
for lingerie frocks.
Soft silks and satins combined
with lace and chiff on are the, pop
ular materialsfor evening dresses.
THE CHPJE
UAltlD
ifiy
XBeetom
I don't ;want to go home again
t ever, -
.I'm glad that T left it for ay,"
It gave me no heartache to sever
My ties with that place ffar
away."
It had neither lighting nor plumb
ing, In summer 'twas fearfully hot,
And the-keeters(were ceaselessly,
humming,
And nettings and screens there
were"n6t. - f
In winter Pd risean the morning
To find 'that the pitcher was
"froze,"
And a. thin film of ice was adorn
ing - 4
My shoes and the, rest of my -clothes.
The kids in the village were dum
mies, The school that I went to was
poor,
And the'foo'd that was put'in our
tummies
It ought to have killed us' for
sure!
I helped with the farm and its
tillage,'
And hated the job' with a will,
I hated the folks in the village,
They made me decidedly lH.
I hated the church and its Steeple,
The old village green and all
that, .
And I'm glad we are citified peo
ple In a nicelittle citifiecLflat,
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