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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 31, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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"LAZY ROBES" THEY CALL NEW BOUDOIR
GOWN, AND THEY'RE WELL NAMED
BY BETTY BROWN
They might be made for little Miss
Chrysanthemum herself, the loung
ing robes that have come in with the
new styles this fall, but as a matter
of fact they were designed for the
comfort and adornment of Miss
America.
One of the prettiest of these loung
ing robes or "lazy robes" that I've
seen this season was designed for
Miss Gertrude Volk of the Heisen
Follies de Vogue, and she's wearing
it in this picture, posed especially for
The Day Book. It's made of the fa
mous "chirimen" or Japanese crepe,
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in a curious shade of dull green, and
the design is also oriental.
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GRAPE JUICE SHERBET
Sweeten to taste 1 quant of grape
Add y pound of sugar to 1
it of orange juice and stir until dis
ced. Then add the sweetened
juice and pour all into freezer
freeze slowly. "When the sherbet
is frozen beat the white of 1 egg very
stiff, add 1 tablespoon of powdered
sugar and beat until smooth. Add to
the frozen mass in the freezer, beat
briskly, repack and allow to stand
2 hours.
The girl who is worth her weight
in gold is generally the one who is
short of cash.
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