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FOR WOMEN-AND PERHAPS MEN.

(1) MARRIED RECENTLY : Mrs. Reginald Crommelin, formerly Miss Judy

James, of Coorcw, and her bridesmaids. Miss Viv Mayhofer and Miss Jean Crommelin. (Photo by C. S. Bardwell-Clarke).

(2) A NURSERY IN RUSSIA : The Russian Government maintains the

nurseries of workers' clubs. The woman in charge is a very charac- teristic Communist type. The children are divided into age groups. (3) A PORTABLE SHELTER SHED : Miss Vioty Wheatley, Miss Mollie

Oldham and Miss P Ppin Carew-Reid watching a hockey match, well protected from -h r: in.

(4) LANGUAGE LESSONS IN A CAFE : While Vienna plays bridge in Its

coffee houses, Berlin becomes studious. On Mondays different tables are marked with different flags and al each sits a teacher of the language represented by the national emblem on the table.

(5) THE NEW 'VARSITY GIRL: Sydney University girls training ter

ballet dancing for their annual commemoration celebrations.

(6) SMART : This attractive face cloth coat is ene of the many smart

designs showing at the Economic Stores, Perth, priced at £5/12/6. The smart nigger hat of English fur felt is priced at 29/6.

(7 and 8) GOOD FORM-THEN AND NOW : The "good form" of to-

day is by no means the same as that of 30 years ago-whether one uses the words in connection with manners, appearance, or in the literal sense. Above are pictures of the form divine of 1S70, when waists were wasp-like, and of to-day.

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