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didly. He stepped out, bristling, in
front of the sisterhood.
"I'll have you know," he shouted,
"that this lady is my wife, and has
been for the past six months, you
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Shocked by thevord he used the
Eisterhood dissolved and bolted.
Of course the news came out next
day, but Griggs must have stood up
to the squire as well as he stood up'
to the sisterhood, to judge from the
fact that he stays there now, when
he visits Evesham, which is pretty
often, instead of at the Phoenix.
And the moral I draw is that you
can never account for a woman's
taste. Mrs. Griggs is as happy as a
queen, and the old squire says he's
going to make the boy a financial
emperor when he grows up.
TWO HOLIDAY SALADS WORTH
Apple Salad Blanche and shred in
to thin strip enough almonds to make
iy2 cupfuls. Dice enough white
crisp celery to make 1 pint; have cel
ery very cold, roll 2-3 cup of pecan
meats until rather fine. Add to the
When ready to serve put crisp let
tuce leaf on plate and shred over it
two tablespoonfuls of apple. Mix the
nuts and celery with the salad dress
ing, place on top of the grated apple
and serve at once.
Grape and Lettuce Salad Wash
and wipe dry as many crisp lettuce
leaves as you have guests. Take the
less desirable ones and shred and set
on ice. Peel and seed 2 tablespoon
fuls of white grapes for each plate
served. Put the grapes and shredded
lettuce on leaf of lettuce and turn
over them French dressing.
HERE IT IS AT LAST! THE "FOX
The "fox trot" gown has finally ar
rived. Ever since they put the "trot"
in dancing, maids who dance have re
belled against the ungraceful, uncom
fortable narrow skirts.
Their rebellion is over. Dame
Fashion has designed a new "trot"
frock. It's ruffled and beflounced in
a quaint 1860 style but there's a flare
at the bottom that will allow the 1915
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maid to dance the 1915 steps with gay
abandon as well as grace.
The new dancing frocks are short,
very short: the shortest are eight in-
Iches from the ground, but six inches
is the usual distance!
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