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  2. PYJAMA SUIT FOR LEISURE HOURS

    Smart, comfortable, and delightfully feminine is this pyjama suit ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 85 words
  3. "OH, MY DEAR, HE'S GOT RED HAIR!"

    All we proud possessors of red-haired babies know it, and with me it was like this: My friends came to the hospital to see me, and when the baby was ...

    Article : 444 words
  4. AAMWS Have Come From Near And Far

    " 'As a homemaker and a hostess you are all right, but don't ever try to do a job of any kind, for goodness' sake.' My husband always used ...

    Article : 479 words
  5. GAY HAT FOR SPRING

    This flattering flowered coronet is composed of shaded bluebelis, with a billowing veil forming an aura round the head. The design comes ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 28 words
  6. EMBROIDERED DINNER GOWN

    Eyelet embroidery is combined with black crepe in this charming dinner gown worn by Brenda Marshall, Warner Bros.' star. The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 55 words
  7. Keep the Spring Flowers Watered

    This season the spring flowers are opening early, hastened on to maturity by dry weather and drying winds. ...

    Article : 183 words
  8. TEST AND TELL.. The Succulent Salads of Today Really Had Their Beginnings in the Cottage Gardens of Old England

    Some people talk about salads as if they were a new invention. Modern Columbuses come back from America all excited about their wonderful salad discoveries, and yet Britain has forgotten more about salads than America ever dreamed of. Why? Because our ancestors rarely troubled to write down formal recipes. Yet English gardens were full of "salletings," not only lettuce, cucumber, cress, celery, and onions, but a great many salad plants of which we now don't even remember ...

    Article : 1,167 words
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  11. New Spinach Idea Wins Weekly Prize

    A new idea for serving spinach comes from Mrs A. Hunter, of 36 Grey st, St Kilda. For her recipe for Spinach Royal she will receive ...

    Article : 119 words
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