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APRON-DRESS FOR SCHOOL
T--r J!rS. sCfJ
BY BETTY BROWN
For a pert little person who will
be toddling off to kindergarten soon,
Mme. Becker of the Fashion Art
League of America has designed a
cunning Utile aprondress.
It's mostly apron. It is all 'in a
piece and falls in straight lines from
The Empire belt of black velvet
ribbon with two bows in back is the
only excuse for calling it a dress. It's
made of pink and blue gingham. The
sunbonne is blue; the school bag
white and blue wicker.
The only living quadruplet girls in
the world are the daughters ,of Mrs.
F. M. Keys of Hollis, Okla. They
were born June 4, 1915. The Jour
nal "of the Oklahoma State Medical
ass'n furnishes the following data
about the quadruplets: At birth the
infants weighed 314, 4, 4 and 4
pounds, respectively. Seven months
after birth the lightest weighed 14
pounds and the heaviest 16 pounds.