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BY BETTY BROWN
Where's the navy blue bathing
suit and the bathing suit in black we
used to think pretty.
Wafted away to the port of forgot
ten fashions, perhaps. And this sea
son only the most brilliant colors are
seen on the beach. Here's a simple
model, but its colors are daring and
The one-piece gown gathered full
at the empire waist is green taffeta;
the color is old rose. The immense
pocket, tiny sleeves and lapel are
faced with rose.
The buttons are black. The rose
colored cap is trimmed with black
silk. The surplice "waist is so simple
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the amateur seamstress will find it
easy to copy, and it's no great trick
to make the gathered skirt with ruf
A woman who had some knowl
edge of baseball took a friend to a
"Isn't that fine?" said the first.
"We have a man on every base."
"Why, that's nothing," said the
friend. "So have they." Everybody's.
TO MAKE GOOSEBERRY AND RED
CURRANT JAM '
To each four pounds gooseberries
allow three pounds sugar and two
cups red currant juice.
Make a sirup of sugar and currant
juice, add berries and simmer slowly
40 minutes, or until the gooseberries
are translucent. Seal in small jars.
Gooseberries and strawberries in
equal parts, or gooseberries and red
raspberries and white currants make
novel and delicious combinations.