Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, July 19, 1935, Image 9

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VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
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CHINESE BRIDES MODERN
Chinese brides now have their
wedding garments done in the best
Paris Btyles.
Time was when a
Chinese girl, told by her parents
■he was to be married, prepared a
iress of heavy red satin, a terrific
breast-plate of pearls, a red satin
veil and a shock-proof headdress.
Now she shops on Nanking road and
a Russian modiste prepares her
¡owns. The modistes introduced
the Russian wedding headgear, hard­
ly suited to the contour of a Chinese
lead, and the chic Oriental brides
»re wearing ‘he wedding veils of
the western world. Gone, too, are
old wedding forms. Wedding din­
ners in one of the new hotels, danc­
ing. photographs, honeymoons—all
the Occidental paraphernalia is cus­
tomary.
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BIDS DEFIANCE
TO HOT WEATHER
PATTERN 2319
STYLE NOTES
Hindu turban is latest in mil­
linery.
Lilacs and purples will carry
on into fall woolens.
Ostrich trims appear on ad­
vance fall millinery.
Coming! Velvet suits for fall
with short fitted jackets.
Younger set adores the pi­
quant new off-the-face hats.
Tailored lace jacket-suits are
meeting with high success.
French women are wearing
earrings of tiny jewel-centered
flowers.
NEW AND USEFUL
CROCHET DESIGN
By GRANDMOTHER CLARK
PANY, DEPARTMENT B, Nine­
teenth and St. Louis Avenue, St
Louis, Mo.
Inclose a stamped addressed en­
velope for reply, when writing for
any information.
No Hitch-Hiking Hera
Britain claims that its '’Flying
Scotsman” make the longest non­
stop run of any passenger train in
the world, it traveling 39214 miles
between London and Edinburgh,
Scotland, without a stop.
Quick, Safe Relief
For Eyes Irritated
By Exposure
To"^un, Wind
Right for Travel
and Dust —
BOYS! GIRLS!
Read the Grape Nuts ad in another
column of this paper and learn how
to join the Dizzy Dean Winners and
win valuable free prizes.—Adv.
This beverage set can be crocheted
at very little expense. It consists of
college
six six-inch tumbler doilies and six ItlVLkil* Thi» International System k
cups to hold glasses. The crochet the Scientific way .Some pay,3 teachers. Write, cal
work is simple and the inexperienced 227 SW Third Av«., Portland, Or*.
should have no trouble crocheting it.
It’s practical and also adds to the
refreshment service appearance. If
not wanted for your own use give it
a thought as a gift for someone who
will appreciate It. It Is a very popu­
lar number with crochet workers
who are ever on the lookout for
something useful in novelties.
Package No. 730 contains sufficient
size 16 cream Mountain Craft crochet
cotton to make the entire set, also
illustrations and instructions, and
will be mailed upon receipt of 40c.
Illustrations and instructions only
will be sent for 10c.
Address—HOME CRAFT COM­
Mfil FP BARBER
Woman Lead* Navajos
Mrs. Laura McCabe, at the age of
forty-three, Is the only woman lead­
er among the 45,000 Navajos In
northwestern New Mexico. In addi­
tion, the squaw has privileges denied
white women in some states.
She owns property. Her children
belong to her clan and upon her
death her daughters inherit her prop­
erty. She does the work, tends the
sheep, shears the wool and weaves
It into blankets. She handles nearly
all of the barter with Indian traders
and controls the family's meager
supply of cash.
And, Alas! So Rare
Kindness—the greatest thing In the
world.—Exchange.
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^ GlT A FAIR OF
Coleman Mantle?
• LAST LONGER
• MADE STRONGER
• GIVE MORE LIGHT
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END for 2 genuine High Power
Coleman Mantles. Use them on your
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gasoline pressure lamp or lantern. Let
them prove that they are made stronger,
last longer, give more light. Lowest
cost to use. Just the right size, shape
and weave for longer and better light­
ing eervice.
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Coleman Mantles are always fresh: guar,
anteed quality Dealera everywhere recom­
mend them. The name "Coleman” etamped
on the mantle protecta you aaalnat aubatl-
tutes. Send 1<M In etampa or coin to cover
poet age and handling. You'll Bet your two
aampie Coleman mantlea promptly. Send
today.
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The hot weather brings us to the
problem every woman of generouB
proportions must cope with—how to
keep cool and fresh looking on those
wilting days? Well—Looking Cool
goes a long way, and pattern 2319.
with its loose, easy cape sleeve, soft
treated waistline gives you a mighty
cool outlook on life. And very flat­
tering. too, are the graceful folds of
the cape that does wonders to equal­
ize proportions. The darts over the
bust and at the waistline cleverly
contrive to avoid a too-fitted look at
the strategical points. Pick a sum­
mery printed voile or other sheer.
Pattern 2319 Is available tn sizes
16. 18, 20. 34. 36, 38. 40. 42. 44 and
46. Size 36 takes 3% yards 39 Inch
fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sew­
ing instructions 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 Sewing Circle
Pattern Department, 243 West Sev­
enteenth street. New York.
Housewife’s Idea Box
when you want...
Dark red and white polka dotted
tie silk is combined with natural
linen crash in this smart ensemble
for travel. The tunic length coat
with intricately cut sleeves Is lined
with the same fabric that the dress
is made of. From Jay-Thorpe.
Flourished 4000 B. C.
The people who lived on the
mound lepe Gawra, 14 miles from the
Biblical city of Nineveh—flourished
at about 4,000 B. C., in the dim twi­
light of history, says the Philadel­
phia Record. At the time they were
making their painted pottery and
carving obsidian, the ancestors of
the Greeks were crouched In caves
during their own Stone age and
only savages were living In the
Americas. It was 800 years before
the Egyptians would begin to think
of piling stone on stone to form
pyramids.
Big Black Beret
THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO.
Factory & Hom« Offlc*. W ichita . K ans , Dept. WU136
good muffins
No need to experiment
when you bake muffins—
benefit by the experience of
cooking experts who have
learned that sour milk with
Baking Soda is the leaven­
ing for best results. Tested
recipes for a variety of muf­
fins are included in our
cook book—send the cou­
pon for a free copy. When
buying Baking Soda, ask for
Arm & Hammer or Cow
Brand, they are identical in
quality and cost—one or the
other is obtainable every­
where for just a few cents.
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MAIL THE COUPON
EL—*
Hint for Silk and Wool
Never allow silk or wool garments
to become very much soiled before
washing. If you do It necessitates
rubbing to remove the dirt, or using
water of too high a temperature.
Both heat and rubbing are bad for
silk or wool. They both require
tepid water and just squeezing up
and down In the suds.
THE HOUSEWIFE.
If you have a
pimply, blotchy'
complexion
try Resinol
A
to.help nature heal
such surface defects
29—35
Copyright by Public LMg.r, Ina.
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The forward movement of this
huge black velvet beret by Mme.
Agnes is emphasized by the clever
use of Inverted tucks in fan-like
arrangement The simple band
knotted on the left side la of black
belting ribbon.
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