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changed into a gown suitable for
At the left the Polymuriel is shown
in all its completeness with braided
side of the panels worn outside.
At the right the waistline has been
brought up almost to the arm pits,
the plain side of the panels are now
worn outside and the lower part of
the sleeves have been removed.
The third picture show the versa
tility of the new dress. Here the pan
els have been removed entirely, the
belt has been brought down, to the
hips and the drop skirt has been re
moved to show pantalets edged with
fur which may be wornunder it for
The under part of the Polymuriel
is made in two pieces, opening down
the front to the waist line, in order
that it may be donned conveniently.
The smocking allows for fullness
over the bust Yoke, belt, panels and
tunic are made in one piece, detach
able for the purpose of reversing.
The plain side, helped by an at
tractive collars and cuffs, is suitable
for business wear.
The kaleidoscope quality of the
Split a fish that will weigh about
2 pounds down the back and place
skin side down, on the plank. Dust
the fish with salt and pepper and
brush entire surface with melted but
ter. If the fish is to be cooked in
stove put the plank on the bottom of
the oven. If in gas range place the
plank under the broiler. Keep door
to oven closed and cook the fish 25
minutes. Baste fish at least 4 times
during the cooking."
Serve the fish on the plank that
has been placed on large platter or
tray. Garnish plank with parsley
and lemon and a few' fancy shaped
pieces of cold cooked beets.
Pprnh nr anv small fish mav Tip
cooked on the plank; use same meth-
gown which makes' it suitable for
evening and other 'wear is obtained
by shifting the waist line up almost
to the armpits or down to the hips,
removing the lower part of the
sleeves and wearing the decorated
sides of the panels on the outside.
It is an American made gown,
made for the universal use of Amer
ican women and soon will be seen all
over the country.
od hut cook only 12 or 15 minutes. 1 Copyright, Underwood & Underwood
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