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DYOU KNOW THE TRICK IN PINNING ON A VEIL? V
By Maybelle Mortimer.
Do ypu wear.coHarless gowns,
and have you been Unhappy be
cause of the ugly appearance 'of
your throat after .putting on your
Try this way: Divide your veil,
in half and throw one edge'dver
the rim of your hat. Tke bottom
edge and pin straightly about
your throat at the back of your
hair. Bring up the ends and pin
them -on the back of your hat.
Thisnvay your veil will make a
little bag over your face, which
does away with that strained look
rof your features when the veil is
put-on the old way.
'When I srrow.up," boasted
.. t ': i-
Tommy, 'Tn gain' to be presi-
J.'Huh!" grunted Billy, 'is;thab
all,? WhenI row uo-I'mgoin'-ter
be a policemaa!" ' s
"Gee! Is that hard tcbe?"'
"Harder'n bein'- a president:-" "
Aw,-how d you. make, that
out?" " . .
You gotta fbe born in America
before you can be president. But
if you 'wanted be a cop you das
sent be. And I "wasn't!" Cleve
In" thel 5,000 theaters in the
3,500 principal towns in the Unit
ed States there are about 6,000
traveling; companies constantly