(c) 1948. MISSES' AND WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESS OR HOUSECOAT: The waist and skirt are softly gathered and joined to the slim inset belt. The slightly flared skirt is cut in seven sections. Style I has a flattering armhole ruffle of dainty embroidered edging. Edging also trims the convenient patch pockets. Style II is finished with long sleeves and one patch pocket.

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