The Catholic Weekly (Syd) 29th May 1947.
The Sun (Sydney), 7th December 1947.
The Catholic Weekly, 19th June 1947.
“THEY BOIL! THEY DRY-CLEAN! THEY IRON!’
Please, contain your excitement!!
Published 9 August 1947 in the Australian Women’s Weekly.
“..the new season’s colors are so lovely this spring you’ll find it hard to choose”… oh, what’s a girl to do?
Published in the Australian Women’s Weekly 23 August 1947.
The Sun, 24th August 1947. Love the turban!
“Beutron buttons never lose their beauty.” Don’t the colors sound good enough to eat?!
Published in the Australian Women’s Weekly 6 September 1947.
Love the art work…so glam, so Hollywood.
Published in The Argus 17 September 1947.
The Argus (Melbourne) 1st June 1948.
As we moved towards the 1950 a new fascination and confidence in all things scientific … Irridel sounds radioactive, doesn’t it? I suspect it was renamed as ‘Opal-glo’.
Published in The Australian Women’s Weekly” 21 August 1948.
Australian Women’s Weekly, 5th June 1948.
The Argus 21st August 1948. She has strangely long, thin arms.
Published in ‘Woman’ August 23rd 1948
More iridescent than ever!
Published in the Australian Women’s Weekly 21 May 1949.
“New fashions call for buttons and still more buttons. So what happens if you lose a button or two?” DON’T PANIC! You CAN buy more!!
Published in the Australian Women’s Weekly 12 March 1949.
The Sun (Sydney) 15th May 1949.
Matching cotton; how sensible.
Published Published in the Australian Women’s Weekly 13 Aug 1949.
Published in the Australian Women’s Weekly 24th September 1949.