|Dazzle-Painted Ship (c1919)|
Anon, from CAMOUFLAGE in the Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga NSW), April 11, 1941, p. 4—
He was a widower, getting along in years, and no longer handsome. "You are the fifth girl I have proposed to without avail," he said. "Well," said the girl kindly, "better wear one next time. Maybe you'll have better luck."
Anon, from CAMOUFLAGE in the Camperdown Chronicle (Victoria AU), December 13, 1919, p. 4—
Jones: "I used to have a beard like yours, but when I saw it in the glass I shaved it off at once!" Bones: "Did you? Well, I used to have a face like yours, but when I saw it in the glass I grew this beard."
Anon, from CAMOUFLAGE in the Mirror (Perth AU), January 8, 1944, p. 6—
[American actress] Kay Francis, at a party encountered Orry-Kelly, the [Australian-born Hollywood costume designer and] dress designer, and said, "I was so surprised to read that you are going into the camouflage division. "Why should you be surprised?" he replied, "I've been camouflaging you for years."