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plied to this frock in BO simple and
interesting a way I Could not fore
bear showing you one more fur-trimmed
Crepe meteor in deep, rich purple
is used in the gown. The ."stirrup
strap" drapery at the sides is seal,
and the gauntlet cuffs are topped
with seal. The novelty buttons from
black to purple. A tiny edge of seal
trims the Bailor hat' of purple Bilk
and black velvet
'EWE8T BLOUSE IS GIRDLED
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By Betty Brown
The deep girdle with flared upper
edge is a feature of the newest
The Fashion Art sketch shown
here illustrates this new blouse
The deep cuffs with flaring tops
harmonize with the girdle. Georg
ette crepe in soft peach dolor is the
material used. Novelty buttons in
black jet add to the charm of gir
The man who is right succeeds,
whether he wins or not.
By Charles R. Driscoll
In jumper, cap and overalls
He trudged his weary way
From wealthy man to statehouse
And back again, each day.
He talked about a world unfound,
A continent unseen,
And wise men said, "H1b feet are
The trouble's in his bean!"
The papers called him "Nutty Chiis"
tJpon the comic page,
The school kids used to hoot and
They mocked him on the stage.
One day he borrowed someohe's coat
'And went to see the queen.
He said, "1 want a leaky boat,
YOU gather what I mean!"
Columbus thought a continent,
While other men-thought dimes.
And so his name resounding went
Throughout all States-and times.
He dreamed a dream so grand and
Men scoffed they always do
Then while the Scoffers stood aghast
He made his dream come true!
Wash the fruit, crush it slightly,
put in a porcelain preserving kettle
and Simmer half an hour. Crush
again and strain through a jelly bag.
Measure the juice and allow one-s
half Cup of sugar to each p'int of the
juice. Bring the juice to the boiling
point and skim well, add the sugar
and boil six minutes. Fill the heat
ed bottles and seal.
PORTUGUESE ICED PUDDING
Remove the seeds from one-fourth
pound of Malaga grapes, .cut two'
ounces candied orange peel into
shreds, mix with one quart vanilla
ice cream, one cup of sherry and one
int of whipped cream. Pack in a
freezer to harden.