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TAFFETA TRIMS HATS INSTEAD
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The French are "canny" people. As
soon as they find that the laws of
the United States prohibit the sale
of wild plumage they Immediately
set the wits, of their hat designers to
work to make hats without them.
The model photographed is sent
over by Buret and is made of black
tagal straw trimmed with a huge
wing of accordion pleated taffeta,
and the effect is much the same as
though it were trimmed with a cross
aigrette. The price, however, is
general young honors new
New Orleans, La. In addition to,
the several state sponsors and honof
maids who will dance at the Confed
eracy ball in Jacksonville, Pla., May
8, there will be a maid of honor for
the south, and this position will be
filled by Miss Gladys Iernan, said to
be one ot the most beautiful girls in
New Orleans. ,
THE SUPREME TEST i
Have' you the right optimism?
Can you stand the test of it?'
When you get the worst of it?
Can you mak the best of it?