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cheek, and smiling.
A few ultra-scientific official per
sons have praised the pat-pat; in
Huntington, W. Va., the hoard of
health has tabooed osculation in its
But over the regt of the country
the verdict of men and maidens has
"We WON'T pat-pat
Hawker Buy a flower,- sir?
Billion No, thanks.
Hawker Buy one for your wife,
Billion Haven't one.
Hawker For your sweetheart,
Billion Haven't one, either.
Hawker Well, buy one to cele
brate your luck.
OMELET A LA ORANGE
By Lule Warrenton
Someone has said that the most
difficult diplomatic problems have
been turned to successful issues by
the aid of a well-cooked dinner.
And someone else has opined that
no matter how ill-tempered a mere
man may be, his heart can be turned
to sweetness and his wrath to smiles
by toothsome viands.
OF MOVIE PLAYERS
I advise all femininity to add the
culinary art to its list of accomplish
ments. My favorite recipe is omelet a la
orange prepared like this:
Thoroughly beat together until
thick the yolks of five eggs. Add five
tablespoonfuls of orange juice, equal
amount of powdered sugar and grat
ed rind of one orange.
Fold in lightly the well-beaten
whites of four eggs. Put butter in
omelet pan. When hot put in ome
let; cook quickly and thoroughly, but
not hard. Fold edges over and serve
with sliced oranges and powdered
The 'muskmelon is the model for
many of the new muffs and because
it's so short there's usually a frill of
bright-colored satin at either end.
And there's always a bushy little tail
dangling from the new muff, for "an
imal effects" are the last thing in fur
Fashion comes in subdued colors
this fall. Battleship gray, navy blue
and dark green are prominent shades
just now. And direct from Paris
comes word that Scotch plaid, not
overloud in color, and neutral tinted
checks will be favored by smart
Gabardine, which has been a trifle
overworked, looms up in new guise
this fall and it's labeled broadcloth
gabardine. There's also a hew whip
cord gabardine that promises to be