Boots and Her Buddies

Continuing with the comic strip character paper doll cut-out craze — This is “Boots and Her Buddies.”

And now, the paper doll cut-outs:

Now You Can Dress “Boots” In Her Summer Outfit

Here she is, youngsters! “Boots,” the famous star of the comic strip, “Boots and Her Buddies,” with two of the garments from her new summer outfit. The outfit will include 12 garments in all. The water’s fine today, so her new bathing suits especially appeal to her. And now you can have the fun of trying them on “Boots” trim little figure. Just cut them out and color them. Tomorrow there will be two dresses for “Boots.”

Ogden Standard Examiner (Ogden, Utah) Jul 10, 1933

“Boots” Can Lounge or Ride in These Costumes

More gay summer costumes for “Boots,” and more fun for all the youngsters who are cutting out and coloring the “Boots” paper dolls. You’ve seen “Boots” often in riding clothes, in the comic strip, “Boots and Her Buddies.” Here’s your chance to use the colors you like best on her jodhpurs and also to decorate her lounging pajamas. Another sketch of “Boots” and her spectator sports frock will appear tomorrow.

Ogden Standard Examiner (Ogden, Utah) Jul 11, 1933

Now “Boots” Is All Prepared for Yachting and Hiking

Ship ahoy! “Boots” is off for a sail today, in her new smart yachting suit and cap. Then, maybe she’ll go for a hike in her brief little shirtwaist suit, and possibly need her new leather jacket. Cut out and color the three garments. Then try them on your “Boots” paper doll! Is it any wonder the star of the “Boots and Her Buddies” comic strip is having such a gay summer? Tomorrow two more of “Boots” costumes will be printed.

Ogden Standard Examiner (Ogden, Utah) Jul 12, 1933

Here’s How to Dress “Boots” For Afternoon or Night

Won’t “Boots” be the belle of the party in these lovely dresses? Cut them out, color them and asee how cute they look on the little figure of “Boots” that appeared yesterday. Of course you know “Boots” — star of the comic strip, “Boots and Her Buddies.” The dress on the left is for summer afternoons and the one on the right is an evening gown. Some pretty lounging pajamas and a riding habit will appear tomorrow.

Ogden Standard Examiner (Ogden, Utah) Jul 13, 1933

Here’s “Boots” Again, With a Snappy Sports Frock

Here is “Boots” herself again, with another costume from her summer outfit. Don’t you think she’ll look sweet in the spectator sports frock, with the tiny hat to match? Of course, the only way to find out is to cut out and color both “Boots” and the dress, and then slip the dress on the little star of the comic strip, “Boots and Her Buddies.” Three more of the costumes in “Boots” new summer outfit will appear tomorrow.

Ogden Standard Examiner (Ogden, Utah) Jul 14, 1933

Here’s “Boots” Skating Suit and Seashore Pajamas

For all round comfort, “Boots,” star of the comic strip, “Boots and Her Buddies,” favors seashore pajamas. And, my, ooh, my, but she looks cute in the pair that appears today, with a big hat to match. She’s classy looking, too, in her new sweater and slacks outfit, which she uses when roller skating. Cut out and color the garments and try them on your “Boots” paper doll. And now, if you’ve saved all of the “Boots” cut-outs, you have her complete new summer outfit!

Ogden Standard Examiner (Ogden, Utah) Jul 15, 1933

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2 Responses to “Boots and Her Buddies”

  1. Helen Says:

    Love this, so funny and brilliant! Where on earth did you com across it?

    Just wanted to say also that I that your blog is wonderful, all those quirky things shared and so not forgotten 🙂

  2. “Boots” and her New Spring Finery « YesterYear Once More Says:

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