National Geographic : 1935 Apr
Photograph by Melville Chater FOREBODING NO GOOD TO SOME MAN'S HEART The twinkle in their eyes, the lilt to their walk, the coquettish swirl of their rainbow skirts is warning enough of danger ahead. But mother is always there as a chaperon! Strands of beads encircle their throats (see text, page 491). Photograph byEmil P.Albrecht THREE YOUNG SPARKS BLAZE WITH STYLE A fetching lot are these gayvillage swains. They areattired foraSunday afternoon in green, derbylike hats, short jackets, ample laced sleeves, and long black aprons embroidered ingorgeous colors bydoting mothers orsweethearts (see text, page 490).