“Boots” and her New Spring Finery

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“Boots” Paper Doll Cut-Outs

Hurray~ Get out the scissors and colored crayons, if you want to see “Boots,” famous star of the comic strip, “Boots and Her Buddies,” in her new spring finery. Of course you know “Boots.” Here she is, all ready to try on the wardrobe which Edgar Martin, the artist has provided. She’s going to have dresses for all occasions. Watch this newspaper to see what “Boots” is going to wear tomorrow.

The Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) Feb 23, 1931

“Boots'” Pajama Suit, Party Frock

Here’s the up-to-the-minute pajama costume “Boots” wears when lounging about the house, and also a party frock. Aren’t you anxious to see just how the star of the comic strip, “Boots and Her Buddies,” will look in these new costumes? Cut out the dresses, turn down the tabs and try them on the figure of “Boots,” which has been printed. If you have crayons, or water colors, you can make these costumes very attractive. Another costume for “Boots” will appear tomorrow.

The Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) Feb 24, 1931

When “Boots” Goes Shopping

Aren’t you anxious to see how “Boots,” heroine of the comic strip, “Boots and Her Buddies,” is going to look in this new coat suit? If you will cut out the costume above, you’ll find it fits the figure of  “Boots” published the other day. The little tabs on the sleeves and skirt fold down to hold the costume in place. Color the suit, if you wish.

The Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) Feb 25, 1931

“Boots” Wears This Frock at Tea

Here’s another costume for “Boots,” the lively heroine of the comic strips, “Boots and Her Buddies.” Of course, “Boots,” who is always up-to-the-minute in matters of style, needs and afternoon dress. We think Martin, the artist who draws “Boots and Her Buddies,” provided an unusually attractive outfit. Watch for another costume for “Boots” tomorrow.

The Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) Feb 26, 1931

“Boots” Chooses Outfit for Sports

Good times for “Boots!” She’s going up for an airplane spin and besides having fun, she’s going to look cute as can be. The costume is another in the series of “Boots” paper dolls. Cut it out and fit it on the figure of “Boots” published the other day. Watch for another addition to “Boots” wardrobe tomorrow.

The Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) Feb 27, 1931

“Boots” Wears This Frock

Don’t you want to see how “Boots” looks in another of her newest costumes? Here it is, ready for you to cut out and color, to suit your own fancy. “Boots,” whose adventures are pictured every day in the comic strip “Boots and Her Buddies,” is certainly the lucky girl. She has a new dress every day. Above we have the dress she’s going to wear at luncheon tomorrow. Watch for more additions to “Boots'” wardrobe.

The Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) Feb 28, 1931

“Boots” Has Two Party Dresses

Now which of these party dresses do you think “Boots” should wear first? Here they are — two of the loveliest party dresses a girl ever wore and you can cut them out and fit them on the figure of “Boots” which was published the other day. If you’ll get out your colored crayons, or water colors, you can color these dresses to suit your fancy. There will be another costume for “Boots” in this newspaper tomorrow.

The Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) Mar 2, 1931

Imagine “Boots” in This Wrap!

This evening wrap is just what “Boots” needed to wear to her next dance date. Don’t you think she is sure to be the belle of any party at which she appears in this costume? If you have all the dresses in this series of cut-outs, you will have “Boots” entire spring wardrobe. “Boots” is a favorite everywhere. You can see her daily in the comic strip, “Boots and Her Buddies.”

The Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) Mar 3, 1931

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Boots and Her Buddies1933 Paper Doll and outfits

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Introducing Our New Comic Girl – BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES

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Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) Feb 18, 1924

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4 Responses to ““Boots” and her New Spring Finery”

  1. LBC Says:

    She needs a cowgirl outfit. I’d better get out my drawing pad.

  2. mrstkdsd Says:

    One of those outfits would look great on her!

  3. Jann Barr Says:

    In the ’30, I cut Boots’ paperdolls out the Chicago Trib when I was visiting a great aunt and uncle. Boots was published in the paper where I live. I was the evied by all my friends. We all thaught she was cutest paperdoll.

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