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Jamie Perry Cox and Betsy Jordan Goldston dressed Miss 1951, copying an outfit that Betsy had made for herself. Betsy wrote, "When the choice had to be made whether to let the stuffed portion of the legs show or to have the correct '51 hem length, the correct hem length won, as the outfit testifies."
Mary Jo Griffin Hooks dressed Miss 1954 in a white dotted Swiss dress.
Fay Chandler Honeycutt and Marcia Allen Bryce dressed this doll. By this time, it was the tradition for home economics majors to dress the doll. Fay reported that Ellen Brewer, professor of home economics from 1922-1966, was a little upset because the doll’s dress was short, and this was somewhat a break with tradition. The dress was white in a chemise style with loose straight lines, unfitted waistline, and a belt at the hip line. (The belt is now at the waist.)