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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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Fashion Art League of America, who
is to the juvenile world what Poiret
is to the fashion world generally
creator of original designs.
The little frock at the left is de
signed for a flower girl who is to pa
rade in a June wedding procession;
the same httle miss dressed for a
fancy dance in white tulle with many
1830 scallops on the skirt appears in
the right picture, and in the third she
is shown in a demure little coat of
novelty white serge with a Quaker
bonnet in gold and white.
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Fred Puttcamp, Sr , butchered his
hogs one day last week, also Fred J.
Puttcamp. Bureau (DL) Tribune.
Unnatural History by Gene Ahern
The Oily Eel
This remarkable photo shows an
eel sliding or skidding around a cor
ner. It must have escaped from a
fish store, because its bungalow is
in the ocean. It "gets the eel's ani
mal" when he hears about these non
skid tires, because they take first
prize for sliding and he gets second.
If some enterprising person wanted
to make a lot of mazuma and push
John D. into last place, here's a
hunch that's a royal flush. You've
heard of those collars that are sup
posed to be made so that the tie will
slide easily? Ha! Heh! So have we I
Well, why not take eels and paint
stripes, dots or fancy little designs
on them whoa! we've let you in
on this hunch too far already. Quick,
Benjamin, the needle! N
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Over-Tea-Cups Club President,
Mrs. C. L. Marston, 650 Park av.; sec
retary, Mrs. S. A. Whedon, 547 Col
lege av. Club meets weekly on Fri
day and studies magazines articles,
cereals and current events. Apple
ton, Wis., Crescent
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After a while a girl casts aside her
hook and line and begins to use a

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