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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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By Betty Brown
An airy, fairy dancing frock is this
dainty thing in French organdy and
filet lace, designed by Mine. Ripley
of the Fashion Art League of Amer
ica for a Newport debutante,
It is simple and so demure I see
no reason why girls may not develop
the design in 25-cent organdy or 35
cent lawn.
The skirt is full, gathered at the
back to suggest a bustle. But the
newest and oddest thing about it is
the collar which looks like a hood.
The girdle is in apricot satin. Point
d'sprit, which fashion is bringing
back to favor, would be charming in
this modeL
o o
She is Lena Baskette, 9-year-old
Universal dancer who is winning lau
rels for herself by her exceptional
display of talent in the photoplays.
She is one of the youngest of the
movie stars. Critics have predicted a
brilliant future for her,

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