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FLORAL WREATH PUT ON WITH PAINT BRUSH
Hand Painted Hat.
BY BETTY BROWN
Fashion calls many things simple
which are not simple at all. This
lovely hat, of a type universally be
coming, seems simple enough, but it
is painted by hand in a most artistic
and therefore costly way.
" The brim is of chiffon bound with
Hand-painting as applied to 1917
HIS PLACE "
"I'm surprised to hear you. .say.
that you don't enjoy motoring with
Mr. Twobble." '
"It's because I see so little of him,
you know," said Mrs. Twobble.
;"ut if he's with you".
"That's just it He isn't with me.'
millinery has nothing in common,
except the paint, with the stenciled
decorations of a year ago. This
spring's foliage and flowers are deli
cately tinted and shaded.
Embroidery is also used on hats
when a flat trimming is desired.
Another novelty is leather cut
work in floral patterns showing
bright colors underneath.
Most of the time -he's '-under the car.
Wait not to be backed by numbers.
Wait not till you are sure- of an echo
from a crowd. The fewer the voices
on the side of truth, the more dis
tinct and strong must be your own t