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DEBUTANTE'S DANCING DRESS
Embroidered in White Ribbon and Silver.
The extremely simple dresses suit
able for debutantes are often of ex
traordinary elegance. An example
is this lovely dancing dress by Jenny,
imported by Kurzman.
The net is embroidered with dais-
FISH SALAD v
Use canned fish or any cold cooked
fish with 1 cup of cold rice, 1 cup of
celery, 1 cup of mayonnaise, 1 ta
blespoon of onion juice, 2 table
spoons of finely cut parsley, peppers
or olives, 4 cups of lettuce.
Mix the rice, celery, half the may J
ies done in white ribbon and silver
thread. The girdle and the sleeve
and neck binding are of turquoise
Other features to be noted are the
undraped and ungathered waist and
the chemise sleeve.
onnaise and the onion juice together.
Serve on the lettuce with the fish in
the center with the rest of the may
onnaise. Garnish with tomato jelly
cubes, parsley, peppers or olives.
Every policeman in Berkeley, Cal.,
nowhas an automobile.