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SIMPLE LITTLE SUIT IN GREEN AND GRAY FOR
THE GIRL WHO LIKES TO SWIM
- BY BETTY BROWN
For the girl who "hangs her clothes
on a hickory limb" and goes right in
swimming, this simple little suit. of
pale gray mohair, trimmed with light
green taffeta, will be practical. And
it isn't altogether lacking in pretti
ness. IN THE MOVIES
June Caprice, a pretty 17-year-old
Boston school girl, is the newest film
star. She's with Fox.
Marguerite Skirvin makes her
Metro debut in "The Quitter," fea
turing Lional Barrymore.
Annette Kellermann, famous mer
maid and star of Fox's million dollar
film, is going to have a real home.
Its made on the princess lines
just a plain slip without much fit to
it. Broad green ribbon with tasseled
ends laces the slashes at the side.
The bloomers are jersey with
green silk "garters" fitting snugly at
the knee. The little "mob cap" is
gray splashed with green. The
streamers are green and gray,
She has purchased property on Long
Island Sound, where she will erect
a modern home.
Anita Stewart, pretty Vitagrapher,
is now writing a series of stunts for
Vivian Martin makes her debut on
the Paramount program in "Moun
tain Laurel," now being filmed at thQ