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"It may-not-be elegant ta walk pigeon-toed,"
said Mrs. Elliott, "but it
would be a far better support to the
muscles"of the foot than the accepted
position of toes out. To walk pigeon
toed is to walk Bafly and with com
fort" Miss Georgine Eighme, a Los An
geles girl, besides illustrating the pose
for the pigeon-toed health hint, is an
advocate of the plan.
"I have always walked with my
toes pointing inward," she said, "and
I have never been ill in my life. I be
lieve what the professors say, in that
it is beneficial to the muscles of the
body to walk pigeon-toed. I am never
tired even after a long walk."
FAVORITE RECIPES OF MOVIE
By Olive Golden.
Fried patties. Doesn't that sound
The necessary ingredients for this
favorite recipe of mine are cold roast
veal, a few slices of cold ham, 1 egg
boiled hard, pounded mace, pepper
and .salt to taste, gravy, cream, 1 tea
spoonful of minced lemon peel and
some good puff paste.
Mince a little cold veal and ham,
allowing 1-3 am to 2-3 veal. Add an
egg boiled hard and chopped. Also
add a seasoning made of the mace,
salt, pepper and lemon peel. Moisten
this with a little gravy and cream.
After you have made a good puff
paste, roll it rather thin and cut into
round or square pieces. Put the mince
between two of them, pinch the edges
to keep in the gravy and fry a light
brown. They may also be baked in
patty pans'. In that case they should
be brushed over with the yolk of an
egg before they are put in the oven.
Sometimes when you wish tti make
a variety use oysters instead of the
ham. The patties should be "fried
about 15 minutes.
FASHIONS AND SOME FADS
By Betty Brown
The Tarn O'Shanter with a rak
ish, Harry Lauder sort of tilt to it
has taken its place among millinery
modes. Sometimes it's made of ex
pensive velvet and quite often it's
an affair of worsted gayly striped in
green or blue.
The "lined-in" skirt, as the dress
makers call it, has come into favor
again the full, flaring skirts of soft
fabrics are' hardly manageable with
A heavy corded hem gives a sug
gestion of hoops to prim tailored
The new sleeve is sometimes tight
and sometimes wide, sometimes it's
a bishop sleeve, sometimes a military
sleeve, but always it's a LOG sleeve
if intended for daytime wear.
Patch pockets trimmed with fur
are fetching adornments seen on
many of the new top coats.
We're waiting for some announce
ments from the National Funeral Di
rectors' convention in session at
'Frisco. Anything bright and new in
funeral, gents? -,
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