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ill -a gigantic-celebration to be Btaged
In Fresno, the hub of the raisin in
dustry. The big features are a mammoth
parade and an elaborate pageant Ar
rangements are being made to ac
'ESght counties of the San Joaquin
valley will each send a queen, who
with her court and maids will occupy
an elaborate float.
BETTY BROWN TELLS ABOUT
BRIDESMAIDS' FLOWER GOWNS
Radium taffeta in white and yellow
is used with yeljow-tinted net to de
velop this charming model for a
bridesmaid's gown designed by Mme.
Marguerite of the Fashion Art League
The net flounces are scalloped with
the taffeta in petal outlines and gold- .
centered marguerites make an effec
tive border for the tunic of silk.
The skirt is the popular shoetop
length and the sleeves are the three
quarter or flowing sleeve fashion so
well adapted to soft, filmy material.
The leghorn, hat with brim of illu
sion carries out the flo'wer effect of
the costume as its only trimming is
ICE BOX PLACE TO KEEP FOOD
By Caroline Coe
The aim of a refrigerator is the
preservation of food not ice.
This is only done when the
temperature is low enough anG dry
enough to retard the action of bac
teria; the lower the temperature tho
more successfully this can be done.
There are only three ways of pro
ducing cold; by expansion of gases,
evaporation of liquids and the melt
ing of solids; this last method is the
one used in household refrigerators
and this fact should be born in mind
by every housekeeper.
Dissolving the ice produces the
cold so long as the ice is kept from
melting the box is inefficient and the
The aim. of the manufacturer is to
provide a box so made and filled with
material that will tend to keep out the
heat this is, I am sure, a new ideal
to most housewives. i
1 When a refrigerator has a capacity
for holding 100 pounds of ice that is,
the amount to put in. It will not be.,
possible to get the desired results'
from the box if you use 50 pounds.
Buy ice in as large, amounts as pos-;
sible and fill box less often. f
Luther Burbank may be all theyt
say he is but we'd like to see him
raise a garden in a city lot with eight
boys in the family to the north and aj
chicken fancier on the south, j.
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