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they are placed in a vase, and alas: I quet and the giver are soon fort
for the ingratitude of love the bou- I ten.
"The dear boy must be serious;
with -this rose." "The Valentine Girl.
it's the Valentine message he sends
BETTY BROWN ON THE SUBJECT
"Barnyard straw" is the unesthe
tic name the milliners have tacked
lo the coarse, highly polished straw
they are weaving into picturesque
toques and turbans.
Fur may have been done to death,
but it hasn't been buried. It looms
Up serenely on many of the new
pring hats, edging the brims or
banding the crowns or curling itself
Into a cluster of springlike violets.
The wide-brimmed, high-crowned
tailor in Roman stripe ratine is a no
relty that will delight the girl of high
Navy blue chiffon drawn tightly
over dark blue satin forms the crown
of an Easter model that will appeal
to those who like somber tones in
their early season millinery. It's a
small caplike turban in shape with a
narrow band of Oriental leather en
circling the top of the crown and a
cluster of pink chiffon roses caught
loosely at the right side.
Broad bands of tooled Japanese
leather inset in the wide brim of a
sailor of navy blue gros grain silk
is one of many Oriental effects that
wlil add beauty and richness to spring
Maybe that elusive German raider
is a Zeppelin in disguise
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