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Graeve, Oscar (ed.) / Delineator
Vol. 118, No. 6 (June, 1931)

[Contents] Delineator contents - June 1931,   pp. [2]-3 PDF (1.3 MB)


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SPECIAL FEATURES
COVER DESIGN             DY NEX OR RHYS
THE LIVING DELINEATOR                               4
GRADUATION FOR PARENTS  FRANCES PARKINSON KEYES. . 7
ILLUSTRATION  BY  HARRILT  MESEROLE
MARRIAGE IS WORTH FIGHTING FOR
IDA  M. TARBELI . . . . . . . . . 12
ILLi.TRATION   BY  E. A. GEORGI
OUT WHERE THE GREEN BEGINS
VERA CONNOLLY . . . . . . .13, 14
ILLUSTRATIONS BY HELEN HOKINSON
COURIER OF CRIPPLE CREEK
ILLUSTRATIONS  BY
WIDOW'S EVENING
ILLLIRATIONS  BY
BABE IN ARMS
ILLLSTRATIONS  BY
HALF A LOAF, IV
ILLUSTRATIONS  BY
THE SHORTEST NIGHT, III
ILLUSTRATIONS  BY
LIFE ON A CLOTHES-LINE
FICTION
MARGARET CRAVEN . . . . ..
CLARK I AY
I. A. R. VYLI ...........10, 11
WALTER  STEWAART
ADELA ROGERS ST. JOHNS . . . 15
OSCAR HOWARD
GRACE HEGGER LEWIS. . . .16, 17
W. E MERTON  HEITLAND
G. B. STERN.. ...........22, 23
WALLACE MORGAN
ANNA  BRAND  . . . . . . . . . . 31
ILLUOTRATION  BY  EDWARD  RYAN
VERSE
TEN LITTLE COUNTRY MAIDS WERE WE
HARRIET EAGER DAVIS.
ILLUSTRATION  BY  PIERRE  BRI6SAL D
JUNE DAYS              I)OROTHY COLLINS ALYEA
BALLOON MAN            FRANCES M. FROST . . .
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DELINEATOR FASHIONS
THIS NEW DRESSED-UP AFTERNOON MODE   . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
DOTS FOR YOUTHFUL DASH ..    ..     ...........25
FOR CRISP CHARM-RGANDY AND .ORGANDY WITH.. . . . . . . . 26
SHOULDERS TAKE TO COVER ON SUMMER EVENINGS . ..  . . . . 27
THE NEW COTTONS.............,            . .I     ..   8
THE SEMI-SHEERS...............,             .   ,,..gg
LINES THAT -DO THINGS" FOR LARGE FIGURES .. . . . . . . . . 90
THAT SMART TOUCH OF WHITE AS THE YOUNG CROWD WEARS IT .92,93
JACKETS LIKE BLOUSES AND NIGHTGOWNS LIKE DANCE FROCKS. . . 94
EMBROIDERY. . . . .   . . . . . . . . .  .  ....     . 95
DELINEATOR INSTITUTE
Interiors
A GEORGIAN DINING-ROOM
ILLUSTRATED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS
CHOOSING THE COMFORTABLE CHAIR
DRAwINGS BY WALTER STEWART
THE NEW TABLE ENSEMBLE  HELEN LFI k!). . . .
ILLUSTRATED WITH PHOTOGRAPH,
Home Management
LITTLE DINNERS FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY
ILLUSTRATED  WITH  PHOTiiGRAPHS
AS EASY AS A.B.C.       ANN BATCHELDER
ILLUSTRATED WITH PHOTiOGRAPHS
GOOD IDEAS ABOUT CHICKEN  ANN BATCHELDER
ILLUSTRATED  WITH  PHOTOGRAPHS
NEW ELECTRIC IRONS      GRACE L. PENNOCK
ILLUSTRATED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS
EEPING UP-TO-DATE IN NUTRITION
ILLUSTRATED  WITH  PHOTOGRAPHS
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A LOVELY LADY FINDS HERSELF IN JUNE
CELIA CAROLINE COLE . . . . . 21
ILLUSTRATION By GEORGE PLANK
Children
WHEN CHILDREN GROW UP  SIDONIE IATSNER GREENBERG 36
ILLUSTRATED  WITH  PiOTOGRAPR4i
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JULY: THE MONTH FOR STORIES
MARGARET SANGSTER                      -,rp  :    : nrxi      , Ne1 I t's DeuNEA-.
TSP A        .    If          a        ne storY 1f a girl who conquered her environ-
S;                 '"Food for the Tabloids"; and James Francis
I )cr wit . t.!le C ;i: ri an Acrican girl abroad. Coningsby Dawson tells an appealing
and very human story of a faithful old servant in "Little Annie", while Elinor Cowan Stone
in ".N,,D s  tAlw:A'd"  -  a t r      , 7-- 1  al- ,  fa ]Itle h  and hi, der.  Alt(-
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WILLIAM         LYON      PHELP S- _,1r,        <i   .} nt fr;.m  rur paves this
:.e  aticle abs ut "ur national heroes.  Its
ti!:    .i    \k                     ln to this, to add to the Fourth of July flavor,
t:.er a .a pa   p     i I-;   .   fa the Revolutionary War. And all the depart-
ments have gone decidedly summery--suggestions for summery, cooling meals and cooling
drinks and summer beauty suggestions and, of course, lots and lots of smart summer fashions.
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