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SOME SPEED TO THOSE NEW DUDS, BUT THEY
DO CAUSE CRICK IN THE NECK Ef ' Ve do v t KGfct 0I77ZZ -UOOK- I WKST fi7jBk rfWm nifty; fzr?k rYKJ 1 7A iHk. Z-SIsslgijA III I iBiV III J jb. . w5y Dear Gwendolyn Yes, the trench skirt with its modest little foot-and-a-half hike in front is the latest kick in fashion: Of course, skirts are not worn in the trenches, but there's nothing in a name anyway, and you'll find this new skirt just the thing for sprinting after bargains on a Monday morning, but it's equally effective for a quick side-step when the rent man comes' round too soon or a collector comes without an invitation. You can get up some speed in a "trench" skirt, be lieve your cousin Betty. There's one thing you must never forget if you adopt the new trench skirt, and that's your petticoat You'll attract enough attention any way, so why worry the neighbors? Your Paris-green Cousin Brown Betty. St&. , ,.. A.1--.- -- jdjte- a,a& m jfc.