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DESIGN A BATHING SUIT FOR ME!
BY BETTY BROWN -
Girls, I'm appealing to you for help.
Young girls, old girls, fat and thin
girls, blond and brunet girls, I'm" in
need of assistance from all of you.
For a long, longtime I've been tell
ing you about fashions, advising you
what was the latest word. And I've
liked it, for I believed you were fol
Now you must help me.
1 want a bathing suit The water
may be a bit cold these days, but I
want my suit when summer comes.
And preparedness is the order of the
hour. When the first really warm
day comes I want to 'be clad for a
dash down to the beach.
Use your own judgment about the
style of the suit.
If you think I am a beach basker,
make it frilly and beribboned.
If you think I am a very water
witch, make it useful "and let the
But remember that the city fathers
say the skirt on skirted suits must
come to four inches above the knee
at least. One-piece suits are differ
ent, but they mustn't be too low in
the neck and armholes must fit
Those are my only suggestions and
you don't have to follow them if you
don't want to.
Monday The Day Book will print
a diagram on which you can design U
the bathing suit. There will-be four
diagrams all together, and they will
be in the paper every day for two -'weeks.
Use any one of them or all
And design as many suijts as you
like. There is no limit