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The midland journal. (Rising Sun, Md.) 1885-1947, August 16, 1935, Image 6

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Takes No Time to
Make Cotton Frock
PATTERN 2315
Make It In percale for a morning
frock! Make It In novelty cotton,
shantung or pique for a sports
frock! And then make It again In
silk crepe for an afternoon frock/
This pattern will make a charming
frock for nearly any summer day
time occasion. Its lines are partic
ularly good—for the “not-too-slim”
figure. Moreover, it can be run Tip
before the clock moves round. Note
both versions of the flattering col
lar. Pleated sleeves, a kick pleat,
and cleverly placed fullness all con
tribute to the charm. Two or three
frocks of this pattern will prove
classics in your wardrobe.
Pattern 2315 is available in sizes
34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46. Size
36 takes 4% yards 36 inch fabric.
Illustrated step-by-step sewing In
structions Included.
SEND FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in
coins or stamps (coins preferred) for
this pattern. Write plainly name,
address and style number. BE
SURE TO STATE SIZE.
Address orders to the Sewing Cir
cle Pattern Department, 243 West
Seventeenth Street, New York City.
QUEENS AT PLAY
Cousin Emily—Mrs. Spriggs went
to Eleanor’s the other night and
found a famous airman there. So
for her next evening she got an even
more famous man. Isn’t that like
Mrs. Spriggs?
Cousin Kate —Exactly! Always
wanting to trump her partner’s ace.
—Sydney Bulletin.
He Didn’t See It
Guest—Why did you charge me $5
for that room?
Hotel Clerk—Why, it overlooks
the lake.
Guest —Well, so did I.
Soft-Pedal
"What’s your name?”
“M-M-M M-M-M-Mabel.”
•I’ll cal! you Mabel for short"—
Pearson's Weekly.
Gold That Glittered
Jack —Vou say she partly re
turned your affections?
Toni—Yes, she sent back my let
ters but kept all the Jewelry.
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