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tablished both women in public favor.
"With the opening of the Triangle pro
gram, further opportunities were
offered and Miss Thompson made the
most of them, appearing to advan
tage in "Matrimonv-and "The Con
queror." o o
AINT NATURE WONDERFUL!
An Unnatural History by Gene Ahem.
No. 2 The Bonehead Penguin.
Dear little children, now we show
the Sphenisius Demersus, bone-head
penguin. It is always to be found on
top of some high mountain. How it
ever got up that high will always be
one of life's mysteries.
It is closely related to the penhold
er and pen-wiper, but is no relation
to the pig pen. Nobody knows what
it eats so we picture an arctic mos
quito hovering over his dome. The
penguin's eggs are shaped like a
brick, and have little anti-skid chains
on them so they won't roll down the
The high altitude makes the pen
guin light-headed, and maybe that's
why he's so carefree.
At the burning of a barn in Steel
recently our county superintendent
displayed some nerve and pluck.
Miss Hinman did not wait for the
men to get there, but hastened to th'e
barn without stopping to dress, and
in bare feet untied the horses before
they had become unmanageable,
thus saving them with little trouble.
There is not a man, we venture to
say, in all Steel but what would have
stopped to put on his pants before
venturing out into the crisp air, but
she didn't, her whole thought being
of the dumb animals imperiled there.
It was, indeed, a nervy and cool
headed performance. Tuttle (N. D.)
THESE GOWNS WON 'IRON CROSS OF FASHION5
AS THE BEST IN AMERICAN DESIGNS
Here are prize winning gowns of
America, the gowns that won their
designer, Mme. Marguerite of Chi
cago, the Gossard trophy, the Amer
ican dress designer's legion of honor.
The gowns are the exemplification
of the American idea, in fashion
simplicity of outline, youthful charm
and harmonious blending of colors
The dancing frock is called the
Creators now name their creations
the same as artists name their pic
tures. The frock is flesh shaded taf-
f eta over white" net The bodice is a
curious fabric of Spanish yarn em
broidery draped on a foundation of
The Easter bride's gown is old
ivory satin and silver lace. The bod
Ice is very simple; the under dress is
silver lace made with panniers.
The "Mignon" is an evening gown
in blended shades of chartreuse and
orchid over a foundation of metal
cloth. The sheath-like bodice is
richly embroidered in Moonlight se
quins. The skirt Is chartreuse net
with train of transparent orchid tulle.
The Gossard trophy was awarded