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THIS IS A LOVELY HAT IF YOU HAVE A
BY BETTY BROWN
The girl -with a perfect profile will
be delighted beyond words with the
newest hat from. Paris the hat with
the faring brim.
Of course, there are other -girls
who will wonder why they make
hats "that nobody can wear."
The model I show here is in black
velvet, banded and bound with dove
No less a fashion authority than
Fashion-Art predicts no other hat will
have greater vogue than this, with
the up-faring brim.
The Chantilly veil draped in cape
like effect over the shoulders is a
smart accessory and by the way,
elaborate veils drape most of the
new -fall hats.
CORN MEAL MAKES FJNE BREAD
Four cups of flour, one of corn
meal; quart of milk or vwater; tea
spoon each of salt and sugar, cake
of yeast in 1-3 cup warm milk; tea
spoon of lard. Put water or milk in
double boiler; add sugar, salt and
lard. Stir in cornmeal; let cook for
half hour. Put into bread mixer and
allow to cooL When lukewarm add
flour and yeast liquid. Mix until it
clings in ball shape. Set in warm
place to rise to double size. Shape
into loaves. Let rise to double size.
Bake one hour.
Lack of money causes more pov
erty than anything elset