1928’s STYLE IN YOUNG GIRLS Gone is the flapper. In her place has come the young woman with poise, of soft-toned and correct speech, soberly dressed, and without closely cropped hair. Such, at all events, are the specifications of Miss 1928 as portrayed in the current number, of the “Junior League Magazine,” which is the national organ of the younger social sets of some thirty of the principal American cities. According to an investigation which has been conducted by members of the Junior League throughout the country it has been revealed that the flapper has sung her swan song in north, south, east, and, west. “Those hard-boiled little things with shaved necks have gone completely out of’ style,” says one …
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