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[[advertisement]] Pauline Gordon [[image: line drawing of woman wearing a brassiere]] brassieres to flatter every figure at better stores - from $1.25 PAULINE GORDON CO., 112 MADISON AVE., N.Y. 16, N.Y. [[/advertisement]] [[advertisement]] When your Stomach ACTS UP! [[image: photo of man in knight's armor and helmet, holding his hands across his stomach; superimposed in the corner a photo of a bottle of Pepto-Bismol]] PEPTO-BISMOL FOR UPSET STOMACH [[/advertisement]] • FASHION • (Continued) with self-bows, bright red currants and pale blossoms, is designed especially to show off coiffure detail. It offers all the cool, care-less freedom of no-hat-at-all, but puts the finishing touch upon a summer daytime costume as no mere bow of ribbon, or cluster of flowers on a comb, could possibly do. Circlet, from Bonwit Teller. • Cool, cool summer blouses, to top separate skirts or complete the commuting suit, are shown here as designed by Lacher. The low-necked blouse, done in pure white Linette with edgings of a cotton string lace that looks like hand-crochet, has the flattering lingerie look and the coolest sleeve extant; and its summery neckline dips in back as well as in front (why has no one ever thought of such a fine, simple, blouse-device before?). Also shown is a silky white rayon bow blouse, lace-insertion trimmed, and with cap sleeve springing from shoulder-broadening tucks. Both, Stern Bros. -B. B. [[image: two line drawings of women wearing blouses described in text]]
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