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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1913.
frVZS tl.lZA.ZZTU TWiPiQN
: Dear Mr. Thompson: We are two
chums of 16 years. There are two
ooy one year our senior with whom
we are deeply In love, but they lately
rem to pay no attention whatever
t us. They seem to be very nice boys,
i (1) If you were us. would you drop
fhm entirely or make up If they
apologize, as they have already done
- (2) How old should a girl be be
fore keeping company with a boy?
(3) Do you think it is of any harm
to come home with a
REORGANIZE SOCIETY. !
THE LADIES OF THE FIRST!
Methodist church met at the church
Saturday afternoon for the purpose of
reorganisation Into a Ladies' Aid so
ciety after two years of inactivity. The
anoiotv will have as members all
ladles connected with the church and!
any others who may care to affiliate
with them. Officers were choeen and
t..e following will serve for the year: J
President Mrs. S. E. Mattison.
F:m Vice President Mrs. R. C.
Second Vice President Mrs. W E.
(2) Are they going to be worn this! Secretary Miss Claire Van Galder.
winter? Treasurer Mrs. C. A. Curry.
(3) One of us had a red birthmark I A committee composed of Miss Ella
on her face. Is there anything that! Taylor. Mrs. H. E. Casteel and Mrs.
,... hn will remove it? c E. Adams will revise the constitu-
favon were la the same colors.
The Missea HerlUska will entertain
Tiirsday of this week at a bridge
party In honor of Miss Streckfus.
CHIC GREEN FROCK
OF SILK POPLIN
from a concert or a park? J
.'Ml Will you please give me the j
recipe for divinity fudge? j
L. B. & X. N. j
. (1) I would not pay much atten-1
tlon to th-m if tliey didn't pay much 'heads? What will cure them?
attention to me, my dears. Boys are
(4) What kind of hats are bi g i t.,n and report at the next meeting
worn this fall? t r.e held Nov. 7 when organization
(5) I am going to get a new tall wm ie completed. The ladies of the
Jacket and suit. What color would cnuron will be divided Into sections
you advine? j snr.ordinr to their residence In the
(Si What causes pimples and black- ifv in nrr to more effectively carry
on their work. The" society as reor-
members hope to accomplish much fori
the good of the church they represent.
(i fchouia i accept a oirtnaay i ... v , k- ,i
fickle, you know, and they probably ; pre lt from a boy I have gone with I f" a " r,,e flnd the
sr. ttin tirH nt iri .hn ihinit T.. u., than was formerl the case and the
m v r,-w w w. - ... . iui i u ill 1711 1. ii n .
they are deeply in love. I MUTT AND JEFF.
.vj(2) She should be 18, -at leaot. n x0t at all. They cause one
(3) Not if he has been introduced j to walk more gracefully. ,..,.
to you by somebody who knows the I (-, yes MISSION MEETING AT GENESEO.
,y 1. fit company for you. (3) , anl 60rrv that I do not know THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
, M) Divinity Fudge-Part A: Three of anything that will remove it. i Rock Islrfd district oman s Foreign
eups -granulated sugar, one cup corn! (1, Veivet hats and hats trimmed ! Mission society will be held beginning
ymp, one-third cup water to dissolve i with lace and ribbon are very much tomorrow afternoon and enduig N ed
wr. iworn. The small bonnet-like hat with afternoon, at the Methodist
Part 15: One-half cud grafculatel rhin Ktrm will l. v.rv n.nnniar f r.i. i cnuxcn in oenwew
sugar with water enough to dissolve it. ! girls.
Put both parts oa to cook separrite-l (5) Dark blue, red or brown,
ly, at the name time. Have English (6) Pimples and blackheads are
walnut cracked and choDDed line, i ranuMii mmiiv w nrriniins.. nnnF
When Part B H done so it will snap ! digestion, bad blood. Eat plentv ofnd on9 of the Principal speakers will
in ice water, pour it over the well- fruit and vegetables, drink at least ! be M!,B Harriett Ailing of Chicago
beaten whites of three eggs and beat three pints of pure water daily andjlate of Tokl0' Japan who wiU te" f
until Part A is done (when it make keep your bowels open with a dose I vvork ln tnat country. Mrs. H. O.
a very hard ball in ice water). Beat! of Epom salts when needod. Bathe : Cady' superintendent of the young
Part A into the first mixture mut ' often win. nientv r r nrt .n.n people section of the northwest braccn
Mrs. S. E. MattI
son, Jr., of this city Is president of
the district society and will preside
at the meetings. A program of ex
ceptional interest has been planned
put on a very large platter. Add two;Kxercise outdoors. Use a good cold!
caps nut meats and two tablespoons ; cream to clean the face at night.
of the society, and also lately of
northwest China, will be present and
This chic frock is made of fire-green
silk poplin. The princess front panel
the winter t Indianapolis, Ind. Covers
were laid fr 12 euesta and verv nrt.
ried out on the dining table and
i & . t . . . .
miuujuuui iue nouse. leuow cnrysan-i
themiima v. M . A I
the rooms to add to their attractive
ness. The evening was devoted to mu
sical numbers and general sociability.
A, number of parties are to be given
during the week in honor of Miss Potter.
GERMAN CLUB MEETS.
MRS. L. C. DAUGHERTY. AT HER
home 1138 Second avenue, entertained
the members of the Oerma clitf at
me iortntghtly meeting. The class
will this year study conversational
German and they are at present read
ing the German magazine Die Garten
Laube. They are also studying Die
Familie Buckholx, an elaborate work
begun last year. The meetings are
conducted entirely in the German lan
guage and are for study and pleasure
as well. Miss Martha Foss. 3S08
Eighth avenue, will be the hostess in
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES SAM-
nelson, on the occasion of the first
anniversary of their marriage, were
surprised at their home, 4315 Sixth
avenue, Saturday evening by a com
pany of 30 tri-city friends, who invad
ed their home laden with baskets of
good things to eat and gift remem
brances. The evening was occupied
with progressive 600 and music. In
the games the first prizes went to Mrs.
McGinley and A. McGrath and the
consolations to Mrs. J. O'Brien and
A. McGinley. At midnight a luncheon
WORD HAS BEEN RECEIVED IN
the city of the marriage of J. Scully,
II fH. m m mm.
is of mousseline de sole to match j Jr tQ M,gg A IrwJn of Cnlcag()i
burnt sugar caramel or vanilla flavor, j Prick pimples and blackheads with!take part ln the 'oun people 8 ra!ly
Beat till ready to press into buttered I a sterilized needle, when soft, and i tomorrow evening. Both are speakers
press out gently, then anoint spot
pam. ' Cut in squares.
-.Dear Mrs. Thompson: We are two you will notice a decided improve
KJrls of 16. nient.
(ll Io low heels make you look (7) Ves. if it does not ulace von
under obligations to him.
familiar with their subjects aad will
A MAHIIIAGK THAT WILL INTER- j tr. The bride wore as her traveling
rat the many friend of the bride in ' mit a tailored gown of blue, with hat
this city is that of Mis Helen Hunter
Kirkpatrkk of Detrdit, and John Lin
coln Cochrane, also of Detroit, the
ceremony taling place In that city
Tuesday, Oct. 21. The service was
raad by Rev. E. J. Villars of the Bap-'home, and she has frequently visited
tbt church and was celebrated at the. here. Mrs. Thomas Journy of this
bride's bister's home, Mrs. R. E. Tyler, city, who is a sister, attended the wed
at noon. Tho c.remony was w it-1 ding, returning home Saturday night.
r.CFfies by a company of relatives,
w ith peroxide. In a couple of months j undoubtedly give excellent addresses.
1 iib uusiness pe naming 10 iue sucieiy
and other short papers will occupy the
remainder of the two days' session.
Mrs. Mattison, Mrs. Homer Hinkley
and Mrs. J. E. Sisson will attel as
delegates from the First Methoaist
church and Mrs. W. H. Tope, Mrs.
George Boomer and Mrs. C. T. Cady
will go as delegates from Spencer
Memorial Methodist church.
D. A. R. BEGINS WORK.
FORT ARMSTRONG CHAPTER,
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion, began the season's work with a
meeting at the home of Mrs. H. B.
Hayden, 1105 Twentieth street. Satur
day afternoon. The attendance was
very large, 30 members and three vis
itors being guests of the afternoon.
Mrs. B. D. Connelly and the regent,
Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen, who was elected
vice regent of Illinois last week, gave
imuda, where they w ill spend the win-
of the same shade. The home will be
ln Detroit, where Mr. Cochrane is a
merchant. The bride has many friends
and relatives in this city, her par
ents at one time making this their
and the bride and groom were
unattended, except by the little ring
bearer, Alice Tyler, niece of the bride.
The bride with hex brother-in-law, R.
1L Tyler, cnuie down the stairs, which
liad been strewn with pink rose petals,
and took their placed in the front par
lor, where a bcuutll'ul altar had been
rrected. Kerns paims aud smilax
formed the background of the altar
and lovely chrysanthemums carried
cut the bride's colors, pink and white.
The same Miaggy blonsoms were used
to trim the other rooms of the house,
the dining room table having as its
IN MISS STRECKFUS" HONOR.
MISS ANNA STRECKFUS. A BRIDE
of next month, will be the hotioree at
a number of prenuptial parties in the
two weeks preceding her marriage of
Mr. Manthey of New Orleans. Last
evening Mrs. Mary Herlitzka, an aunt
of the bride elect entertained at her
home, 317 Sixteenth street, at a din
ner party, covers being laid for 12.
Lovely pink Killarney roses
were used to trim the table and the
same flowers were used ln the other
last Thursday afternoon Miss Freda
and is finely plaited and trimmed with
cord buttons. A ruffle of chiffon edges
the neck, and (the wide draped belt
is of violet-covered satin, which ends
each side of the front. The tunic por
tion of the skirt has a panel at the
vited to attend this program and no
fee will be charged. The program fol
lows: Organ Toccato in Major . . . Bartlett
Voice "The Three Singers" ..Tours
(Piano and organ accompaniment,
Mrs. Tuckis, Miss Gest).
Organ "Fir6t Movement from Sym
Voice "My Beloved Is Mine". Liddle
(Words from Song of Solomon)
Organ (a) Prelude Dunham
(b) "Autumn Sketch" Brewer
(c) "On the Coast" Buck
AT SACRED HEART CATHEDRAL,
Davenport, at 8:30 this morning, was
the ceremony taking place at New
York City, Sept. 27. Mr. Scully is
well known in this city where he was
born and reared and resided until sev
en years ago when he removed to Chi
cago. He is now connected with the
Disoa, HanBon, Bellows Publishing
company of Chicago. After a wedding
trip Mr. and Mrs. Scully will reside
for the preseut at Jacksonville, Fla.
FAE KAE CLUB.
MISS FAY SOMERS, EIGHTH AVE
nue and Seventeenth street, entertain
ed the members of the Fae Kae club
Saturday afternoon. The girls talked
over plans for a Hallowe'en party and
completed their arrangements. A
Widori contest was played in which the prize
were won by Miss Neva Jenks and
Miss Elizabeth Bryan. The house
was trimmed in Hallowe'en decoration,
jack o'lanterns, witches, etc., and the
favors were Hallowe'en symbols. A
lunch was served during the afternoon.
MEXIS FOR SINDAY XIGHT.
Lettuce and Tomato Salad
Olives Nuts Salted
Peaches Sunshine Cake,
Chocolate or Coffee.
Chop cold tongue very fine and for
every - pint of this add one-o.uarter
cup mayonnaise, whipped very stiff;
two tablespoonfuls melted butter and
paprika. Beat the butter to a cream;
cut the bread very thin and spread
with the butter and then the tongue
mixture. These should be moist and
used at once.
Chicken or Lamb with Peas in May
onnaise -Thin Bread and Butter Pickles
Creani Cheese and Bar Le Due Cur
I. .4MB WITH PKAS.
Slice cold roast lamb and arrange
nicely in the center of a platter. Open
a can of peas, drain well. Mix with
mayonnaise and turn on the platter
tin lamb. Garnish with parsely and
CREM CHEESE A SO BAR LE DVV
Materials Philadelphia cream
cheese, one; lettuce; bar le due cur
rants. Directions Prepare the lettuce and
have perfect.ly dry and cold. Arrange
on individual salad plates. Season the
cheese with salt and paprika and very
little mayonnaise. Put into a potato
ricer and press though onto each plate
of lettuce. Dot all -over the cheese
with the bar le due currants or other
home preserves. Serve with plain
reports of the atate annual meeting solemnized the marriage of John M
which was held at Quincy. The sub- Shultz of Salem, 111., and Miss Anna
ject for the afternoon was "Consti- Baumeier of Davenport, Rev. Edward
tution" aud was very ably led and ' Barron, assistant pastor, officiating in
conducted by Mrs. Cora Eastman, who the presence of a large company of
opened the program with a talk on relatives and friends. The attendants
amendments. "Interpretation" was the' were John R. Seifman of Centralia, 111.,
subhead discussed by Mrs. C. C. Car-j and " Miss Katherine Ford of Daven
ter, "Of Usage and Party System," by j port. Following the ceremony there
Mrs. J. T. Comegys and "Implied Pow- was a wedding breakfast for the bridal
ers" by Mrs. J. R. Kimball, all of
whom gave excellent interpretations
of their subjects. Mrs. Taylor, regent
emeritus of the Geneseo chapter, Mrs.
Hosford, the regent of the same chap
ter, and Mrs. Smith of Geneeeo, were
guests of the afternoon. A social hour
followed the study meeting an3 Mis.
Hayden served a very n!ce lunch.
rmau iiiryantiu-mums in pink ana stre entertained at -an auction
vhlle. The bride wore a beau- hridce Dartv in Miss Strerkfus' hnnnr
centcrpi'ie a large banket filled with Junge at her home on Twenty-thtrd Miss Bessie Noftsker will entertain in
ROCK ISLAND MUSICAL CLUB.
THE FIRST OPEN 5IEETING FOR
the season of the Rock Island Musfcal
club will be held tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock at Central Presbyterian
tiful gow of lace over white crepe
de chine. She wore a Juliet cap made
of rare old lace and carried a siiower
bouquet of lilies of the valley and
whits ro-ebudn. The groom's gift
wa a lavallier of diamonds set in
platinum. A wedding luncheon fal
lowed the ceremony and later Mr. and
Mrs. Cochrane left for New York City,
w here they will visit f o two w eeks
and where msny post-nuptial courte-
three tables of the game being played
To favors were given, the head one
to Mrs. Thomas Totten and the guest
favor to the honoree. At the con
clusion of the games a three course
dinner was served at one large table I church, Fourteenth street and Tenth
in the diniDg room. The table had as
its cente piece a large basket of pink
rores and white snap dragons, the
pink and white color scheme being
carried out ln the course wherever
les have been arranged in their hon. ; ponoible. The place cards were hand
cr. Tuy will tail next week for B?r-1 painted bridesmaids in pink and the
avenue. The program will be an organ
recital given by Mrs. Murrel Lindorff,
organ, Mrs. Daniel Hayes, Jr., voice.
Miss Katherine Gest, organ. Miss Lil
lie Cervin, organ, and Mrs. J". R. Tuck
is, pianist. The general public is in-
EX-KING MANUEL AND HIS BRIDE WILL OCCUPY THIS HOME
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party and relatives at the Hotel Dav
enport. The couple departed at noon
on an eastern honeymoon. The future
home will be at Salem, where the
groom is circuit clerk and recorder.
Mr. Shultz is one of the democratic
leaders in his section of the state,
where he has been prominent ln busi
ness and politics for years. The bride
is a member of an old Davenport fam
ily and has a- host of friends in the
MISS SIBYL MARSTON OF CALI
fornia, a fencing teacher, has arrang
ed a series of tournaments in fencing
which are to culminate in a contest
for the blue ribbon and which will be
open to all interested in the sport.
Miss Marston is now training a num
ber of women and men in the art and
preparing them for the first informal
meeting which will be held In Decem
ber. This first meeting will be a
round robin in which each fencer
engages in a four minute bout with
every other one. Interest in this sport
has taken on a new impetus in the
eastern cities. Besides being a health
ful exercise it is fascinating on ac
count of the element of conflict and
the opportunity for originality and cun
ning in methods of attack. Miss Mars-
ten will hold the tournaments in room
311 Safety building.
LPARTY AT LONGFELLOW SCHOOL. 1
THE PUPILS OF THE SEVENTH
A and eighth grades of Longfellow
school held a delightful Hallowe'en
party at the school building last Fri
day evening. The room in which the
affair, was held was elaborately
trimmed ln pumpkins, shocks of corn,
jack o'iantema, etc., and games and
contests were enjoyed. The guests
came dressed in masquerade costumes
and the merry evening passed all too
soon. Pop corn, candy, etc., were
served during the evening.
PARTY FOR MISS POTTER.
LAST EVENING MR. AND MRS. H.
E. Potter at their home, 1241 Fourteenth-and-a-half
etrfcet, entertained at
a dinner party in honor of Miss Leah
TO ENTERTAIN AT CAMP.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE
First Swedish Lutheran church will
hold their monthly social meeting Fri
day evening, Ernest, Elmer and Ar
thur Swanson and Frank Johnson
having extended an invitation to the
young people to make use of their
cottage on Wood avenue, Watch Tow
er, for the evening. A committee will
arrange for refreshments and enter
tainments during the evening.
MRS. AND MISS SCOTT HOSTESS.
MRS. R. P. SCOTT AND MISS
Eleanore Scott of 1110 Fifteenth street,
Moline, entertained 65 Rock Island and
Moline ladies at an afternoon tea Sat
urday. The house was very prettily
decorated for the affair, the parlors
having large vases of chrysanthemums
ana in the dining room were Rich
mond roses. The time was passed
very informally and pleasantly.
SUNBEAM SOCIETY. '
MISS MILLICENT DAHLSTEN,
724 Thirty-fifth STeet, was the little
hostess to the Sunbeam society of Zlon
Lutheran church Saturday afternoon.
The little ladies spent part of the af
ternoon learning to sew and later they
went to the lawn where they played
games, later returning to the house
where they were served with refresh
Ham Mousse and Sauce.
Lettuce and Mayonnaise Sandwiches
Chopped Pimentos, Sweet Green
Peppers or Olives
Salted Almonds Stuffed Dates.
Allegretta Fruit Cakes Ice Cream
HAH MOXSSU AND EPICIREAN
Materials Cold boiled ham (chop
ped), two cups; heavy cream, one-half
cup: hot water, one-half cup; granu
lated gelatin, one tablespoonful; mixed
mustard, one teaspoonful; paprika and
Directions Chop the ham very fine
w3 A-V3s:u.:ct oucwKi Knot '
J and pound in a mortar. Dissolve the
gelatin in a little eold water and then
in. the hot water and add to the pre
pared ham with the cream beaten stiff.
Season' w ith "mustard, paprika and a
few grains of cayenne. Mold and chiU.
Part ham. and chleken and veal is well
combined, especially where nsing left
overs is desired.
Materials Heavy cream, one-half
cup; mayonnaise, three tabfespoon-
j fuls; hcrseradlsh. two 'tablespoonfuls;
tarragon vinegar, . one: tablespoonful;
bngush mustard, one teaspoonful; salt.
one-half teaspoonful: cayenne.
Directions Beat the given amount
of cream stiff and -dd the remaining
ingredients. Serve with the ham
AM.EGRETTA FHIIT CAKE.
Materials-Pastry flour, one cup:
boiling water, one cup; butter, four
tablespoonfuls; eggs, four.
Directions Put the water and but
ter into a sauce pan over the fire and
when actively boiling, add flour dl at
on:e, stirring rapidly all the time un
til the dough leaves the sides of the
pan and forms a large ball. Cover
and set to one side to cool. Now
add one egg at a time, beating well
each time. The dough should look
fine, velvety and glossy. Dip by tea
spoonfuls onto greased baking pans
and bake in a moderately quick oven
about 45 minutes, or until very light.
Fill the space inside with sliced
peaches, or. any desired filling. A
very small opening is required on
the side of the puff for filling. Cover
well with allegretta frosting.
A 1.1. EG RETT A FROSTISG.
Material Whites of eggs; pow
dered sugar; vanilla, one teaspoon
ful; lemon juice, ono teaspoonful;
unsweetened chocolate, three squares.
Directions Break the whites of
the eggs on a cold platter: beat well,
lifting the egg beater high. When
very frothy, commence adding the
sugar, doing so. beating hard until
it will stand alone. Add the lemon
juice and beat until -stiff and shiny,
then the vanilla. Spread this on
each puff and let stand until dry
Have the chocolate in the bowl over
the tea kettle of hot water.
When the Icing Is not soft on top
of the puff, take your rpatula and
dip plenty of the chocolate on the
broad blade and with a quick sweep
ing motion cover every bit of the icing
w ith it. This will have to be repeated
several times to cover all the icing.
This is a delicious frosting or filling
and can easily be done with a little
practice. Any good cake recipe is nice
baked in one sheet, iced, spread with
chocolate and decorated with nuts; cut
The Argus Daily Pattern
THE LADIES OF ST. MARY'S
German Catholic church wi'.l hold a
coffee at, the home of Mrs. B. Winter,
636 Twenty-third stree', Wednesday
afternoon and evening.
The ladies' auxiliary to the Rock
Island County Humane society will
hold a meeting Thursday afternoon
with Mra. R. Berry. 1307 Thirtieth
Ctmp No. 29, Modern Woolmea,
has arranged to give an oyster sup
per and dancing party at Odd Fellowf'
hail tomorrow evening. The affair is
fcr all Woodmen and no fee will be
attached, the camp bearing all expenses.
a :.-s . l&Mil-j-. M-l if.. 'I. .'n'yl!"
Lx-Kiac Maauefa residence at Twickenham, Ea(
" Ex King Manuel of Portugal has announced tha: he and his bride will occupy a mantlon at Twickenham, Eng
land, the coming winter. Princess Augusta Victoria left the hospital a few days ago, where the had been
frnfined for several weeks.
KJng Manuel has an Income from the Portuguese government which make it possible for him to maintain a
palatial residence. He has dee'ded to furnish the bouse with all modern furni ure. As a result of this decision
'l the f-rniture cow iu the boase, including an eld horse hair tofa whici aaa once the jjreperty of Sir Walter
cnr., will be told at auction.
BOYS' PLAY CAUSES
BUILDING TO FALL
Boys playing in a house located on
Ninth avenue and Ninth street Sat
urday stalled a vibration which. cau
ed the building to fall from its sup
ports and collapse. The building was
owned by Mrs. Rowetfield. Sis Fifth 1
avenue, and was being removed by S.
R. Daxon from Fifth street and Third
avenue to Eleventh street between
Ninth and Tenth avenues.
The boys escaped from the building
jiat in time to avoid being burled be
neath the falling walls. The structure,
a large frame building, Is a total loss
Potter who leaves Nov. 4 to spend j further than the use of the material.
The remains of Geneva Harper, col
ored, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Harper, 51 J Thirteenth street, were;
laid to rest in Chlppiannock cemetery!
Sunday afternoon. Funeral services
were held at the residence at 1:30
o'clock and at the McKinley chapel at
2 o'clock by Rev. j. w. Whitfield.
Here a One-Sided Tunic Makes for Novelty.
The Big Crowd at Armory
Hall, Wednesday Evening.
Wrxon's Full Orchestra
Straight lined frocks are charmingly
suued to either the decorative ma
terials now modlab or tba plain fab
rics. Tha oddly patterned crepes, silks
and novelty stuffs need little trimming,
none unless it be a collar and cuffs of
plain material to offset the too decora
tive appearance or for contrast. The
plain materials may be collared and
cuffed roost effectively with the bro
cades and figured silks.
Although we have draperies and
overdrsperies. the plain, straight skirt
with its accompanying; plain blouse Is
still popular and In good style
A well-cut one-piece drens is thown
In 7S. One of the clinging silks in a
large Oriental pattern, richly colored.
An afternoon frock after this deslga
requires tor six It. 4H yards of 3
Inch material witb V of a yard of con
A half-tunic and a clever blouse ar
rangement make 765 distinctive. The
smart effect of a plain duvetyn la a
soft dark purple relieved by touches of
vividly colored embroidery may read
ily be perceived. Hits of bright
green, cerise and gold soake the em
broidery striking. 'A figured silk girdle
show-In thai sama coloring as the
embroidery adds further chic to the
This dress riay he copied In size it
with ihi yardsNof 3 Inch material and
4 of a yard of y.-ontra-stlns; material.
would be appropriate for this model. as- No. 7 slz it to 44.
well as the plaid trimmed ratine it ' No. 7(5( a'.z'h 14 to 42.
which It Is here developed. I Each patterois cents.
To obtain either pattern lUmtrated nil
ut this coupon and enclose IS cents in
stamps or coin. He sure to state n-Jfflber
ef pattern and size, msssi rln over tha
fullest part of tha bust. Address Pattern
Department, care of this paper.
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