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HAVE YOUR SWEETHEART'S REGIMENTAL
EMBLEM TATTOOED ON YOUR ARM
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Here is the latest wrinkle for which future generations will be able to
blame the war. This English girl is having the badge of her soldier sweet
heart's regiment tattooed on her arm.
WINTER HAS ITS OWN STYLES
By Betty Brown
Being swathed to her eyes in furs
and booted to her knees the -winter
girl will just naturally skim off to the
skating rink to display her Siberian
attire. And skating, so they say, will
be much more popular this coming
winter than dancing. If you doubt
it, ask the dressmakers they are al
ready devising stunning costumes of
velvet and corduroy, fur-trimmed, of
course, to be worn on the rinks.
strong rival in the "touch of leath
er." Many of the new models In
tailor-made have cuffs and collars of
leather; there are leather insets in
the coat, leather pipings on the pock
ets. Smart looking when well placed,
but wont leather collar make a win
try day feel wintery-er?
GOSH! AINT IT TRUE?
"Many wise words are spoken In
"And a lotta foolish ones are spok-
The touch, of fur trimming has-a Jden in. dead earnest" -
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