The pretty girl in peasant clothes on this week’s cover is Anne Scott from Columbus, Ohio. Anne has been modeling ever since her graduation from Ohio State University nearly five years ago. Although she has posed for several cover sketches, this is her first photographic cover.
July 17, 1944
Pleasant blouses and skirts are what fashionable young women are wearing these days. Fashion note: The Wartime Production Board has banned the previously popular dirndls and stipulated that no blouse could have more than one ruffle per sleeve. No more ruffles until it’s over, over there!
Notice the cover price of 10 cents an issue and $4.50 a year, or $1.35 an issue and $60.80 a year in 2014 dollars.
Corsican residents punish three women for consorting with the Nazis: Their heads are shaved, they are stripped of their clothes and forced to leave town, something similar to what will happen in France.
The movie of the week is “Two Girls,” starring June Allyson and Gloria DeHaven.
And the “Greatest Generation” took cat pictures
Emmet Kelly hauls water at the July 6, 1944, circus tent fire in Hartford, Conn.
Dear millennials: Before the breakup of Ma Bell, cellphones and cheap minutes, long-distance calls on landlines were expensive. Please limit your calls to 5 minutes.
This Corsican woman got off relatively well. She she was shorn and stripped naked she was allowed to keep a coat. The other women were not so fortunate.