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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 11, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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BIRDMAN BRAVES GREATEST DANGER; PICKS
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HOUSEHOLD HELPS
Wash sieves with soap and water,
but do not wipe. Let them dry of
their own.accord..
Never put-a'hot.iron .direct! on
silk. It takes out color and life and
makes silk stiff and liable to cracks
Never put teapot away with the lid
closed, .as.dampness. gathers and the
pot soon l(Mjnagtx.odj?ftL-
Arthur Smith and Hilda Lenocker, Whom He Picked as the "Prettiest Girl
in Iowa."
Des Moines, la. Arthur Smith,
famed birdman, has - distanced the
"death dip" and outdone the "loop the
loop." As umpire of a beauty con
test he has picked the prettiest girl
in Iowa frorn a flock of 20 titian
haired damsels.
After his feat he posed for his photo
while he congratulated the winner,
Miss Hilda Lenocker, aged 18, of Des
Moines.
How to- Get
HEALTHr BEAUTY, GRACE,
Told in "Photos Posed Especially for
THE. DAY BOOK
By America's 1965 Beauty,
Kay Laurel! of "Ziegfeld Follies."
FfRST artjclewill APPEAR
MONDAY. . .
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