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MART SET WARMS ITS EARS UNDER AUTO
HELMET AT BEACHES
Miss Nola Wickersham and the racing bonnet"" which she introduced
on the esplanade at Dedondo Beach, Calif., among the younger society set
which daily watched the ooritenders in a, beach automobile race tuning up
their cars. The bonnet covers the wearer's earsrjand ribbon trimming ter
minates in roseftes on-both sides. They are pronounced just the thing for
beach winds. "
Restauranteur Anything the mat
ter with the chowder, sir?
Guest Oh, no. I was merely rttfon
dering how in the world' you ever dis
covered so many things cheaper than
clams to put in it Judge.
- "All new arrivals are washed," ex
plainetf a guard to sonle visitors, who
were looking pver a model prison
"And If they make a fuss?" asked
one of theyisitors.
"They are then, ironed."4