March 22, 1944

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March 22, 1944 - li School Girls Rebel Against Ban on...
li School Girls Rebel Against Ban on 'Peek-a-Boo' Sweaters SAN FRANCISCO, March 22 (UP)--Pig-tailed high school girls dressed in peek-a-boo Sloppy Joe sweaters today threatened to "revolt" "revolt" against faculty dictates on their attire. Trouble started last week when Miss Anita Truman, assistant prin- R ' cipal of Abraham 'Lincoln high P ! school, insisted that.the girls wear blouses under "peek-a-boo" sweats' ers. | | Miss Truman also frowned = sockless legs and painted toenails IE ! visible through open-toed sandals. E i She sent two girls home from school because they weren't wearing wearing stockings. "After all, this high school is not a beach resort," Miss Truman said. The girls retorted that they were just dressing like the models In Vogue magazine. "Why we're the best looking girls in town and dressing this way makes us so," said one girl with the approval of her female classmates. classmates. "Actually, they are a fine looking bunch of girls," Principal Clyde W. White said. a doesn't to is a of you

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 22 Mar 1944, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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