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A boy wearing a necklace belonged to. Today this bottoms, zoot suits, cuff-
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5.,5 shocked our Puritan fore- express his or her own these changes. From sus-
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to become involved in politics. fabovel Harry Truman one of
our most liked Presidents of the 1940's. The song "America Needs
You Harry Truman" expressed people's feelings of distrust in to-
days' government. irighti The New Hampshire Primary was the
first primary in the race for the Presidential nomination.
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Gray Ingram when she wore this fashionable ensemble in the
'l920's. Cfar leftl Around the turn of the century men were most
genteel as shown by the fans and top hats. Kcenterl A group
of students tell today's story: blue jeans, denim skirts, slacks,
and tennis shoes. Cupper rightl Vicki Waller and LeDare I-lull
discuss the new length of dresses. tabovel Platforms are the rage
and for comfort most students wear chucker boots and earth
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