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LITTLE FOLKS WEAR RED
BY BETTY BROWN
As vivid in color as so many au
tumn flowers, are the small persons
who go trooping to school these days
and the color you will see most
often where the children play or
study is red. "
The kindergarten lassies shown in
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the sketch are wearing a little bolera
suit of bright red velveteen bound
with black braid.
The bolera is not worn in school
hours, of course.
Big Sister is wearing a cold-weath-
For the salad cut celery, truffles
and apples into small pieces, season
with salt and pepper, add a few nas
turtium seeds and turn into a bowl
which, is fringed with chrysanthe
mum petals. Garnish, with, chopped
er coat of red Bolivia cloth trimmed
with rabbit skin.
The bolera model is easily made by
the home dressmaker, and any of
the woolen fabrics may be substi
tuted for -velveteen.
hard boiled eggs and olives. For the
dressing beat the yplks of two eggs
with sufficient olive oil to make a
smooth, thin paste, add two tea
spoonfuls lemon juice, season with
salt and paprika and thin with