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It should be wholesouled and vital.
It is the sort of a smile that says to
another person, "I know you are my
real friend and I can trust you in my
confidence. I don't have to hedge,
to watch my words when -you are
Every smile has two meanings.
One is for the person receiving the
smile, one for the person doing the
smiling. As a rule the real intent of
the smile is shown on the face, but
at times its real meaning is a bit
baffling. There is no guess work
about the friendship smile. It is so
spontaneous and so lacking in affec
tation that one can tag it at sight
That is why, I think, it is such an
interesting, important smile, such a
delightful means of communication
between two congenial persons.
The girl with the winning smile
need never fear being a wall flower;
of lacking invitations to parties and
all the amusements that appeal to
happy people. In fact, her ability to
smile will take her far in her con
quest of life ; will help her over many
rough places and aid her in overcom
ing many seemingly insurmountable
If you want to go through life with
the reputation of being a grouch,
don't smile. But if you enjoy friends
and want them to choose you and
associate with you, cultivate that
beamy, expansive smile, that is near
ly a grin, from the very joyousness
STRIPES LOUD ENOUGH
of it, and I promise you will not be
lacking in happy, congenial compan
ions. And what is better in life than
good friends with whom to talk and
There is so much to be gained
from smiling that it seems foolish
for anyone not to practice it I have
learned in my own life that my smiles
have been an immense benefit and
I am glad I can really and truly smile.
Since one gains in health, beauty,
business and friendship through the
taking of smile medicine, why stint
It is my advice, girls, to take it in
large quantities. It cannot hurt you
and will do you a world of good if
you are sincere.
Smile, smile and then smile some
HOW HE ENJOYED IT
"Sir," said the young man with
enthusiasm as he seized the lectur
er's hand and shook it warmly, "I
certainly enjoyed your lecture last
night very much indeed."
"I am glad to hear that," said the
lecturer, "but I didn't see you there."
"No," admitted the youth, "I
"But," said the puzzled speaker,
"how could you enjoy my lecture if
you were not present?"
"Oh, I bojight tickets for my girl's
parents and they both went."
Ladies' Home Journal.
TO BE NOTICED!
HAVE YOU NOTICED THEM?
BY BETTY BROWN
Stripes are growing bolder posi
tively brazen. Even my well-weathered
fashion eye popped wide open
when it well upon this' stunning cre
ation in dark blue and white taffeta.
But we may as well get accus
tomed to it, as this model I have
sketched here is only one of many of
the same kind the Fashion Art
league of America modistes are
making for midsummer wear.
Although the stripes are almost
flag stripe width, they are so skill
fully folded and pleated the effect is
The modified Russian blouse falls
straight from the yoke and is gath
ered loosely at the waist line by a
soft belt "of taffeta. The skirt is made
in two tiers, the skirt of the blouse
forms a third tier. The sleeves are
add, but have style, despite their