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TRIMMED GOWNS AND CAPS FOR EASTER BRIDE
BY MAYBELLE MORTIMER.
The girl who is -to be married just
after Easter will wear more floral
decorations than have been permissi
ble for some seasons.
Many of the new bridal robes are
made of the flimsiest materials, while
other girls prefer to keep up to the
conventional satin or brocade.
One of the new costumes is made
of white chiffon over white satin with
wreaths of white roses and orange
blossoms about the tunic. Almost all
the veils are put in cap fashion in
wreaths of orange blossoms about the
Bridal bouquets are larger and
more elaborate than ever.
Rhinestone, buckles are worn on
the white slippers, and, although the
neck of the bride's bodice is cut
slightly low, the best taste decides
upon long sleeves.
"SHOWER" BRIDE AND FURNISH
The girl who is to be married just
after Easter is being entertained by
all her friends with pretty gifts in the
shape of "showers."
Withva little thought and very lit
tle money a group of twenty girl
friends can furnish the bride's en
Let one of your number send out
the invitations written on light col
ored wrapping paper. Roll them up
and tie with wrapping twine.
If one has a large kitchen have the
Of course, we have to have graters,
beaters, lemon squeezers, skimmer,
measuring cups, spoons (all sizes in
tin and two wooden ones with split
bowls), spatula, cake tins, bread
pans, muffin tins, pie pans (assorted
sizes), granite pans with long han
dles, small tea kettle, double boiler,
steamer, teapot, flour sifter, coffee
scoop, cup for measuring cfoffee, oil
can, omelette pans, molds for jellies
and puddings, cork screws, can
opener, Ice pipk, sink strainer, dish
panff in a kitchen'. -
A buffet luncheon, served on the
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