The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1959 Page: 2 of 18
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Lou Wescott Is Elected State
Vice-President Of TALA 7
Library Council delegates of
Seminole High School who attend-
ed the tenth annual meeting of
the Teen-Age I ibrary Association
of Texas returned home Saturday
night in high spirits. Lou Wescott,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. W.
Wescott, was elected vice-presi-
dent, president-elect of this state
organization of student library as-
Other officers elected at the
business session of the organiza-
tion Saturday morning were:
President, Rebecca Seward, Ned-
erland; Recording Secretary, Susie
Dreschel, Bellalre; Treasurer, Hel-
en Lynette McMillan, Lubbock.
Mrs. Neleen Stancil, high school
librarian of Nederland will serve
as State Sponsor for the year and
Miss Seward will appoint a stu-
dent from her school to serve as
orabilia for display at the state
convention. The scrapbook sub-
mitted by Patricia caused suite
a sensation for its beauty, origin*»
ality and artistic layout. Several
library assistants and librarians
spent time baking notes on this
project. Sally Sullivan, State His-
torian for the organization; prais-
Has Meeting And
The American Legion Auxiliary
of the Tom McClain Unit No. 204
met at the Legion Hut Monday
evening at 7:30 o’clock with Mrs.
M. L. Henry, president, presiding.
The unit voted to send a case
of cigarettes t<> the Big Spring
Veteran's Hospital for the com-
fort of the patients. They also dis-
cussed a school of instruction at
Big Spring on March 9. Members
wishing to attend should contact
Mrs. Jack Black.
Plans were made for members
to attend a dinner honoring the
national President at the Settles
Hotel in Big Spring on Thursday,
March 19 at 7:30 o’clock in the
evening. The 19th district spring
convention will be held in Big
Spring on April 11th und 12th.
Following the meeting refresh-
ments of cookies and cokes were
served to the following members:
Mesdatnes M. L. Henry, L. H.
Sims, C. G. Ward, M. K. Thomp-
son, O. Carroll, Andy Lum-
nions and Jack Black.
her Corresponding Secretary. The <‘d it as the most beautiful scrap
sponsors of all the officers will book ever prepared for display at
also serve as members of the Ex- j the state meeting
ecutive Board, which is the gov-! Carolyn Capps, daughter of Mr.
erning body of the state group. I and Mrs II. H. Lapps, attended
Charles Soules, son of Mr. and as one of the four delegates from
Mrs C. W. Soules, was the voting Seminole. Carolyn served as Cam-
delegate for the Seminole High paign Manager for Lou Wescott’s
School chapter to the business ses- bid for the state office. She also
ston, Charles is currently serving was art consultant to Patricja Ra-
as president for the Library Coun- j Ran In ’preparing the' District
,,jl | Scrapbook.
Patricia Ragan, daughter of Mr.! Catherine Clark, daughter of
and Mrs. W. L. Ragan, attended Mr. and Mrs. fed Clark, was the
the convention us a delegate from other delegate from Seminole
District II She has just complet- High. She served as photograph-
ed a year’s term as District His-
torian. Her chief duty was to pre-
pare a scrapbook of district incm-
FHA Will Sponsor
Tile Future Homemakers
presenting a ham and bean sup-
per between the hours of 5:30 - members.
er for tiie local delegation making
movies and snapshots throughout
All members of the local dele-
gation worked diligently during
tiie two day meeting to get their
candidate elected. Expenses for
Lou’s campaign were met by in-
dividual donations of Library
Council members and honorary
Appreciation Dinner Fete
L. G. Daughertys Thursda;
Former bank president L. G.
Daugherty and Mrs. Daugherty
were honorees at an appreciation
dinner Thursday night at Jo’s
Hosts for the dinner attended by
thirty-nine persons were Seminole
State Bank Vice-President and
Mrs. J. D. Mitchell.
Mr. Daugherty retired as presi-
dent of the Seminole banking in-
stitution last month.
The appreciation dinner was at-
tended by bank president and Mrs.
Claud Holley, members of the
Fun Festival Plans
Are Discussed By
Junior 4-H Girls
Easter Bake Sale
To Be Sponsored
By West Side Club
7:30 p in. on March 10 in the
The menu will consist of baked
ham. pinto beans, cole slaw, corn-
broad and a choice of beverages.
Tickets will be 75 cents for- adults
and 50 cents for children under
The supper will lie the group’s
annual money-making project, and
will be used to pay for the girl’s
national, state and local projects,
among which are buying trash
cans for their school grounds, mak-
ing Texas Flags und planting red
roses to beautify Seminole. Ano-
ther project is UNESCO, which is
to help other countries have equip-
nient for teaching .homomaking.
As vice-president, Lou will serve
as Program Chairman of the 1900
convention to meet in the Sliam-
roek-Hllton Hotel in Houston She
will also serve as a member of
the Executive Board, as will her
sponsor. She will take on addition-
al duties as assigned by the presi-
dent through the year. Lou will
‘then assume the office of presi-
dent on June 1, 1900 to hold that
| office for one year.
Sponsors for the trip were Mrs.
Evelyn Fambrough, elementary
librarian and Travis Tyor, high
school librarian The group re-
turned by way of Lubbock to see
the Seminole Indians win the Re-
gional basketball title.
NTSC FACULTY TRIO—The final program of
the 1958-1959 concert series, sponsored by the
Seminole Music Club, will be presented on Mon-
day, March 9 at 8 o’clock In the evening in the
High School Auditorium. Appearing with the trio
will be Russell Miller, violinist; Larry Walz,
pianist; and Alan Richardson, celloist.
Faculty Trio Will Appear
In Concert At Auditorium
The final concert of the Semi-
nole Music Club Concert Series
will be presented Monday evening,
March 9 at 8 o’clock in the High
The Faculty Trio from North
Texas State College in Denton,
Texas, will appear as guest art-
ists. The trio consists of Russell
Miller, violinist, Alan Richardson,
cellist, and Larry Walz, pianist.'
Mr. Miller is a native of Pennsy-
lvania, where lie began his study
The West Side Home Demon-
stration Club met Thursday after-
noon at 2 o'clock at the West Side
Club Hulldlng. The program title
was ''Nutritious Value of Using
Enriched Corn Meal and Grits."
Mrs. Roy Garrett gave the dem-
onstration. Grits muffins were
inode and. sampled by the club
members. Mrs. Charles »Nanc6
brought corn meal and brown
sugar cookips to show the varied
use of corn meal.
The club voted to have a bake
sale on March 27 at. one of the
local grocery stores. They will
feature German Chocolate Cake
and decorated coconut cakes for.
Easter. Special orders may be
placed with Mrs. Bcrl Anccll at
The refreshment table was cov-
ered with a yellow cloth and cen-
tered with an arrangement of
Hostesses were Mrs. Don Wel-
born and Mrs. A. Ray Russell.
Members present were: Mes-
dames R« S. Miller, Jr., Verna
Krempin, Charles Cope, Bcrl An-
cell, J- C. Turner, A. Ray Russell,
Hoy Garrett, and Charles Nance.
The next meeting will be on
March 12. The home demonstra-
tion agent will speak on "Measur-
ing and Making Tailored Drapes"
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon In the
Socwtu - Stubs - Versomlities
The Seminole Sentinel — Thursday, March 5, 1959
Unusual Hobbies Is Topic
Of Seminole Study Club
"Unusual Hobbles of Texas
Women" was the program topic
of the Seminole Study Club as
they met for a covered-dish lunch-
eon at 12:30-o'clock in the after-
noon on February 25 al the Study
The buffet luncheon was served
front a table laid with a white
Tight hats are poison to scalp
circulation. If you wear such a
bonnet for style's sake, don’t keep
it on too long.
If you want to make a surpris-
ed look, don’t lift your eyebrows
It’s more flattering and expres-
sive to lift your eyelids.
Your complexion changes, from
season to season. Keep this in
mind while buying cosmetics and
hats or scarves.
/Wiends Enterta itied
With Dessert Bolivia
It Boardman Home
cloth and centered with a horse
planted with ivy, which depicted
a hobby of Texas women. The in-
dividual quartet tables were also
laid with a white cloth and were
centered with unusual hobbies of
Mrs .I' D tHitcjiellwas program
nr the hobby program
Mrs. Ira Elkins spoke on women
Mrs. R. J. Boardman entertain-
ed a group of friends in her ranch
home southwest of the city on
February 26 at 1:30 o’clock in the
A color scheme of white and
green was used throughout die en-
A dessert course was served to
the following guests: Mesdatnes B
B. Curry, S. C. Doss, F. D. Stark,
L. P. Smallin, T. O. Stark, Alton
Freeman, A. C. Glddings, Glen
Deskin, J. L| Skaggs, Janie Me-
Alpin and M. S. Doss.
Confections and drinks were
served during the afternoon games
of Bolivia in which Mrs. S. C.
Doss was high prize winner and
Mrs. F. 1). Stark received second
high. Cuts went to Mrs. Skaggs,
Mrs. MeAlpin and Mrs. M. S. Doss.
bull fighters; Mrs. James Patter-
son on Texas women who hunt
varmints: Mrs. Hollis Shults on
hobbies of women who shoot: Mrs.
Earl McClellan on women who
fish as a hobby; and Mrs. Mitchell
gave a report on mountain music.
Hostesses for the meeting were
Mrs. George Earl, Mrs. Hollis
Shults and Mrs. James Patterson.
The next meeting will be "Worn--
en in Art." Mrs. Bill Munnerlyn
will be program leader, and the
hostesses will be Mrs. Ross Board-
man and Mrs. Alpha Singleton.
of the violin at the age of eight.
He attended Juilliard School of
Music in New York City where
he received his bachelor and
master degrees in violin.
At North Texas, he has been
featured as violin soloist, cham-
ber musician, conductor, and tea-
cher. He has also been string
clinician for workshops and festi-
vals throughout'the Southwest and
lias made frequent appearances as
violin soloist with symphony or-
chestras and has played many re-
citals throughout Texas and neigh-
Mr. Richardson, an accomplish-
ed cellist, holds a bachelor de-
gree from Coe College in Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, and a master of
music degree from the State Uni-
versity of Iowa. For 20 years, the
NTSC musician was cejlist with
the Cedar Rapids Symphony Or-
chestra, and was a member of
the State University of Iowa Sym-
On Middle East
MISS ANITA AGUILAR
Miss Anita Aguilar
From Local AALJW
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tack-
ett was a son on February 27,
1959 at 8:22 am. at the Gaines
County Hospital. The new arrival
weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces.
Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Randolph
left Monday for Del Norte, Colo.
Rev. Randolph Is scheduled to do
the preaching for a week’s revival
in the First Baptist Church there,
They plan to return to Seminole
Mrs. L. M. Brown of Odessa
and Mrs. Harold Anderson and
son, Perry, of Casper, Wyoming,
spent Monday visiting in the
Borne of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Board-
Mrs. E. C. Estep, Mrs. Dorothy
Hargrove and Sue Stevens were
In Lubbock recently to attend the
Nancy Anderson chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revo-
Lupe Aguilar, student at Texas
Tech, Lubbock, was In Seminole
last week visiting her mother,
Mrs. Joe Aguilar, while she receiv-
ed treatment in the Gaines CUnic-
iHospltal. Mike Aguilar who has
been employed by the Sentinel for
the past several months, accom-
panied his sister to Lubbock Fri
day when) he has accepted a posi-
tion with the Review Printing Co.
Mrs. LeGrande Northcutl of
Longview flew to Lubbock Satur-
day and joined her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Cobb, while they
attended the basketball games.
She accompanied them to Semi-
nole and returned to her home on
Mr. and Mrs. Joe'Hill of Tulla
spent the weekend with their son
and family, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. RusstjU Jones and Mrs.
Nick Melone attended a piano
workshop in Hobbs Wednesday on
methods and materials. Dr. Arth-
ur Lambert of Eastern New Mexi-
co University conducted the work-
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Berry be-
came the parents of a daughter on
February-27, 1959 at 4:47 p.m. at
the Gaines County Hospital.. ,
On March 1 Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Gerrard became the parents
of a son at 11:47 p.m. at the Gain-
es County Hospital. The young
man weighed 10 pounds, 6 ouqces
The Seminole Branch of the
American Association of Univer-
sity Women announces Miss Anita
Aguilar as the recipient of their
$200 scholarship. Miss Aguilar is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
The scholarship is to be pre-
sented annually to a local girl
graduate. The basis for selection
is scholarship, need, personality,
and poise. The student must be
in the top 25 per cent of her high
school graduating class or have
made above average grades
Miss Aguilar Is enrolled at Tex
as Technological College in Lub
bock, where she is majoring
Pre-Med. She was an active mem-
ber of the Library Council and was
quite active in high school activi
ties before graduating in May
Miss Aguilar was named “Most
Likely to Succeed’’ in Who’s Who
in high school. She is now work-
ing in the Texas Tegh Library
addition to her studies.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phelps an-
nounce the arrival of a son on
March 2, 1959 at the Gaines Coun-
ty Hospital at 9:17 p.m. The
young man weighed 6 pounds, 6
ounces on arrival.
Designates March 9
As Ladies Night
phony for seven years. He did prj
vate study in Chicago and attend
ed Mills College Summer School
in San Francisco, California.
Mr. Walz holds a bachelor of
music degree from - the New Eng-
land Conservatory of Music, Bos-
ton, Massachusetts, the certificate
of music from the American Con-
servatory, Fontainbleau, France,
and a master of music from
NTSC. He also studied three years
at the Juilliard School of Music
in New York.
A former instructor at the
Westminister School, Atlanta,
Georgia, and the University of
Texas, Walz made his New York
debut in 1949 and played five
Town Hall concerts. Other recitals
and concerts were at Jordan Hall,
Boston, and Emory University,
Atlanta, Georgia. He also appear-
ed as soloist with the University
The Seminole Jpnior 4-H Club
met March 2 at*4:15 o’clock in
the afternoon in the Gaines Coun-
ty Court House.
Plans and suggestions were giv-
en for the annual "Share the Fun
Festival.” Mrs. Henry Hicks, as-
sistant home demonstration agent,
gave a demonstration on the use
and care of the electric range.
Following the discussion, Mrs.
Hicks prepared cauliflower with
cheese sauce ,as a topping, and
gave the principles of cooking
Members present included:
Paule Ward, Mary Ann McKinney,
Janice Lynn Hobdy, Vicki Crav-
ens, Johnye Wescott, Kathy Hall-
er, Earlene Hedrick, Marilyn Med-
calf, Elizabeth Lockridge, Phyllis
Hedrick, Ann Foster, Beth Gaddis,
Betty Wright, Donna Willett and
bank board of directors and t!
wives, bank employees and I
wives and husbands, and frii
of the honorees.
Centerpiece for the bank
diriber was a money tree, acc
ed bvXhite stock and pink cai
tion flowers. On the money
grew the new-design 1959 pent
The new pennies also decor;
the place cards at the dinner.
During the dinner, A. L. E
a director of Seminole State B,
presented Mr. Daugherty a
certificate on behalf of the di
On behalf of employees of
Seminole State Bank, Miss F
Lewis, assistant cashier, pres
ed Mr. Daugherty with a gift
tificate for a set of golf club
Attending the dinner in a
tion to the hosts and honor
Mr. and Mrs. Holley, Miss L<
and Mr. Duff were Mrs.
Mrs. Flora Daugherty, Mr. Da
erty’s mother, Mr. and Mrs. M
Doss, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jo:
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jess Car:
Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Andersoi
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Shelton,
and Mrs. Frank Able, Mr.
Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, Mr.
Mrs. Howard Beale, Mr. and I
A. A. Nolen, Mr. and Mrs. Cl
ley Benson, Miss Anna Davis.
Miss Janie Pharis, Mrs.
Underwood, Mrs. Ina Dudley, 1
Ulna Rash, Mr. and Mrs.
Stark, and Mr. and Mrs. Be
Lucas, son-in-law and daughte
Leon Carroll To Be
Church Speaker On
Young People's Day
Young Peoples Day at the
South Seminole' Baptist Church
will be March 8. Leon Carroll, a
former member ok*the church and
currently a student at Sul Ross
College, will be the preacher for
The emphasis for the services
will be young people and their .de-
dication to Christ in the vocation-
al and social areas oLjife^->
Leon Carroll, known as "Clem”
to the young people in the church,
has been in preparation for the
ministry for the last two years.
He has been a popular -speaker
for youth groups .and youth re-
vivals since the beginning of his
Mrs. H. Hambric
Is Shower Honor
In Saveli Home
of Texas Symphony Orchestra.
Mr. Walz has made two solo
performances with the Boston ministry. He is a graduate
Pops Orchestra, (me in 1957 and | Seminole High School,
another in May, 1958. ! Visitors, and particularly the
Admission for the concert is I young people of the community
the presentation of a. Membership! are invited to attend these serv-
Card of the Concert Series. | ices.
A pink and blue shower ho
ing Mrs. Harold Hambrick
given in the home of Mrs.
Saveli, 300 SW 14th Street, T
day morning at 9:30 o’clock.
Assisting Mrs. Saveli in
ess duties was Mrs. Joe Me
Refreshments were seryed
Mesdames Lidia McKinney,
Coleman, N. W. Bingham, Je
McMasters, E. M: Moore, J
Thomas, Truitt and Pat and
Coleman and Anita Hambrick
The Woman’s Society of Chris-
tian Service met in Fellowship
Hall of the First Methodist Church
Monday morning at 9:30 o’clock
for the final session of the study
of the "Middle East.”-
Mrs. E. C. Estep opened the
meeting with a prayer. A report
on the area of Jordan was given by
Mrs. H. L. Nixon. Mrs. E. C. Es-
tep followed with a report on Paki-
stan, and Mrs. Dean Click report-
ed on Iran.
The leader of the study, Mrs.
Holland Evans, talked to the group
about the Methodist work in Alger-
ia and North Africa. She followed
this with a brief summation of
the study. She asked the group to
divide into four groups to discuss
the question: “What direction will
the Middle East take?” Each
group reported on the possibiliti-
es, which were Christianity, Islam,
Communism, or the Western route.
Mrs. Guy Stark closed the meet-
ing with a prayer.
Members present were: Mes-
dames John Fitzpatrick, Jess Car-
roll, F. J. Young, James Bright,
C. C. Maloney, Preston Florence,
Robert Pittman, Dean Click, E.
C. Estep, Griff Pittman, H. L.
Nixon and King.
1 * ’ >*.....* -
Mrs. Worden Is Hostess
For St. James Altar Society
The Saint James Altar Society
met Monday evening at 8 o’clock
in the Parish Hall with Father
Michael Walshe opening and clos-
Come As You Are
Coffee Is Given In
Sam Stringer Home
The Hope Class of the
Seminole Baptist Church had a
“Come-As-You-Are" coffee in the
home of Mrs. Sam Stringer, 308
SW 12th Street, Wednesday morn-
ing, February 25 at 9:30 o’clock.
Coffee and donuts were served
to the following: Mesdames Carey
May, Blake E. Lovelace, Jr., Dale
Puckett, Charles Shelton, Pat Cox,
John Ramby, Ima Gene Saveli,
Wayne Randolph, L. T. Jeter, Al
Berry, Eugene Kirby, Carl Bell,
Beryl King, J. D. McGuire, D. L.
Bruner, Johnny Patton, R. G. Gar-
rison, ,[ack Stone, and Morris
Monday, March 9:
Beef and Vegetable Pie wit
Cheese Biscuit Topping
One-Half Pint Milk
Music Club Has Program
Based On "My Fair Lady'
"The American Musical Com-
edy" was the program title for
the Seminole Music Club as they
met’in the home of Mrs. John
Freyburger Monday evening at
Assisting Mrs. Freyburger as
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Boardman
returned from Abilene Sunday
where Uiey attended funeral rites
Saturday for their nephew, John
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Don Ward on March 3, 1959 at
7:39 p.m. at the Gaines County
Hospital. The young man weigh-
ed 7 pounds, 7Mi ounces on ar-
Mr*. C. M. Brown and daugh-
ters, Becky and Joni of Colorado
Springs, Colo., are visitors in the
home of thetr parents and grand-
parents, Rev, and Mrs. Lester HiH
Great brooches in colored ston-
es come to us from Paris. There’s
an echo of the 18th century in pins
of enameled flowers that hold
The Brotherhood of the South
Seminole Baptist Church will have
their monthly meeting at 7 o’clock
Monday night, March 9.
The meeting has been designat-
ed as ladies night and will begin
with a covered-dish luncheon in
the fellowship hall of the church.
Visitors are invited to attend.
The main feature of the even-
ing will be a program presented
by Dr. L. B. Cobb of Dallas. Dr.
Cpbb is the Secretary of Steward-
ship and Direct Missions of the
BapUst General Convention of
For Women's News
In order to do an adequate
job of reporting women’s ac-
tivities, it has become neces-
sary to set a 9 a.m. Wednes-
day deadline (or Thursday’s
editon of T|ie Sentinel.
The cooperation of the read-
ers who make the news will
be appreciated in understand-
ing the mechanical problems
of bringing your women's
news to you. The earlier items
are reported, the more com-
prehensive coverage they can
Therefore, for publication,
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hostess was Mrs. Steve Hood and
Mrs. Hardy Turnbull.
The commentator for the even-
ing's program was Mrs. Cline
"Our God. Our Help, In Ages
Past,” was the hymn of the month
and was given by Mrs. Hyle Doss.
Singing the hymn, the group was
directed by Mrs. A. J. Mabry.
Musical selections for the pro-
gram were taken from the Broad-
way hit, “My Fair Lady."
“Wouldn’t It Be Lovely” was
sung by Mrs. Virginia Anderson,
accompanied by Mrs. Steve Hood.
"I Could Have Danced All
Night,” a choral ensemble, was
sung by Mrs. Travis Tyer, Mrs.
A. J. Mabry, Mrs. Chester Rober-
son, Mrs. Con Hood and Mrs.
Burke Kerr. The group was ac-
companied by Mrs. Dayton Elam.
"On the Street Where You Live,”
also an ensemble, was given by
Mrs. Con Hood, Mrs. Travis Ty-
er, Mrs. Charles Lawrence, Mrs.
Hyle Doss, accompanied by Mrs.
ing the meeting with a prayer.
The election of officers will be
at the next meeting.
The womeJL.of the altar society
are making the cardinal red
cassocks for the boys for Easter.
Beginning next Sunday, baked
goods will be sold following mass
to the congregation of the church.
It was announced during' the
meeting that the CYO will have a
covered-dish supper and games on
March 17 at 7 o’clock in the even-
ing at the Community Building.
Tickets will be $1.00 for adults
and 75 cents for children.
Mrs. Pat Worden was hostess for
the Monday evening meeting of
the group. The refreshment table
was laid with a lace cloth and
centered with a planter of the
Blessed Mother with arrowhead
ivy and eycleman. Crystal ap-
pointments were used on the tab-
le. Mrs. Worden served home-
made cookies, coffee and cold
Members present were: Mes-
dames Robert Jameson, Frank
Kimball, Clifton Lemoine, W. H.
Walker, James Williams, Pat
Worden, and a new member, Mrs.
The next meeting will be on
April 6 with Mrs. James Williams
Tuesday, March 10:
Chicken and Noodles
One-Half Pint Milk
TEL Class Social
Held In Jones Home
Wednesday, March 11
One-Half Pint Milk
Thursday, March 12:
Roast Beef and Brown Gral
One-Half Pint Milk
Friday, March 13:
One-Half Pint Milk
A rough-textured face cloth will
get color and circulation into a
skin that tends to look washed-
Members of the TEL class of
the First Baptist Church met on
Thursday morning at 9:30 o’clock
in the home of Mrs. Paul Jones
for a regular monthly social and
After the social hour refresh-
ments of cake and coffee were
served to the following members:
Mesdames Brad Crawford, Mar-
vin Henry, J. T. Lawrence, Oscar
Arnold, T. W. Alexander, Dorothy
Hargrove, and Clara Lambert.
For the woman whose legs are
less than long-stemmed “Ameri-
can beauties," flattering face —
framing hats have become a ne-
If you're wearing all black,
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brilliantly colored hat and match-
ing gloves. It does wonders for
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