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A "BIRD" OFATrBSf IT'SrMADEiOF STRAW
BY BETTY BROWN
Not all sipper straw has a polish
like the "handle of the ojd front
door." Newer, and therefore smart
er than the straw that glistens.'is the
sjpper of dull, rough surface.
It was this new dull sipper, in the
new shade of dull, cloudy blue that
Rime. Esther Wright ofvthe Fashion
Art League of America used in this
I "snap-shotted" it in her hat shop
the other day. The straws are woven
in so intricate a pattern that they
have the appearance of clipped f eath
ers, and this suggestion is. heightened
by draping at the left, 'side of the
straw, which is pliable;anT soft,-into
the form of a dftuble-wingl
Tie hat jS4mtriinmedeicejt-forat
fluffy fringe of the unbraided straw
fastened at the tip of the uprolling
KISSES HELP SALES, SO HE'S
LIBERAL WITH THEM
Joseph Suraci, a young Brooklyn
salesman, is under 100 bond to keep
peace. Hie was accused by bis wife
of kissing other women.
"My husband's conduct has be
come intolerable' said Mrs. Suraci.
"Two nights ago he took me to the
home of one of his women friends.
Without a word of warning he leaped
from his chair and kissed her.
Said the husband In court: "Com
petition is simply fierce. If a kiss
brings- a- sale, then that's good sales-mansMjj."
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