National Geographic : 1936 Mar
HER GOLD AND SCARLET DRESS IS THE ENVY OF THE VILLAGE There is no finer in Turegano. A crowning glory is the cap that resem bles a bishop's miter. With her grizzled companions, in their long capes and hats with upturned brims, she might have stepped down from some Castilian painting of the days of Isabella. Photographs by J.Ortiz Echagiie "IS THE SKIRT WIDE ENOUGH?" THE SENORITA WONDERS The final fitting may beastedious inMontehermoso asthat ofaParis or New York modiste. Behindherstands one ofthefamily's old-fashioned beds with its colorful home-madeblankets. Hay and wool are used tostuff the mat tress, which is covered withrough linen. The pillows have fine lace coverings.