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A flattering street dress for early Fall and two smart summery cos tumes for the warm weather still with us. There is an easily followed pat tern and sewing guide for each. I-- ... .— -■ Pattern 1377. EARLY FAIL. STREET DRESS. Tailored lines and feminine detail combine to make this street frock a chic and flattering little creation. Built high at the waist for slender figure lines, the slim skirt is slightly flared. Closing the simply cut bodice is a detachable satin scarf in contrasting shade. It would be clever to have several interchangeable scarfs. The one shown is of gleaming rose satin for contrast with the lightweight navy wool serge. Pattern is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42 and 44 (32 to 44 bust). Size 16 requires 4*4 yards of 30-inch material and % yard of satin for scarf. Pattern H-3229 COOL DRESS AND JACKET. Look cool and fresh on the hottest day In this ensemble of washable Printed sheer cotton. The dress combines a slender, gored and an attached short-sleeved blouse of solid co 2r'j i e print jacket matches the skirt and has short Pi^ ,aVe,Soa««d flattering peplum. Pattern is designed for £ a"d 42 <32 to 42 bust). Size 16 requires, Ki”inch m2,*ierial, 3% yards for jacket and skirt, iy2 yards lor blouse and revers. Pattern H-3241. CONTRAST SKIRT AND BLOUSE. Here’s something cool—and differ ent. Take a tip from fllmdom’s Shirley Ross and wear a linen blouse and skirt in stunning color contrast. Black and white, lime and black, rust and yellow are some arresting new combinations for this. And the design is suitable, too, for early Fall made up in wool or heavy silk crepe. Note the unusual sleeve treatment and smart manner of closing the blouse with sets of four buttons. Pattern is designed for sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 and 40 (30 to 40 bust). Size 14 requires 2Vi yards of 39-inch material for blouse and 2 yards of 39-inch for skirt. Address: PATTERN DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON STAR. Inclosed 25 cents in coins for Pattern No_ Size_ Name —.. Address __ (Wrap coins securely in paper.) “IT WASN'T FIT TO I DON’T BE FOOLED! Soap and water alone can never do all these four things until you add Oxol: 1. REMOVE STUMOR* STAINS 2. RIEACH U*E THE SUN 3. OEOOORIIE 4. DISINFECT |i* s I )«• m NO MuieLOTHis hygienically dean for dishes^if you wash it with soap alone! Add Oxol to & »ng sunny-white, disinfected! FOR THE LAUNDRY, TOO! Oxol cuts work, bleaches like the sun, keeps all white cottons and linens white as new. * Coffee, ink, blood, fruit and grease stains disappear. Yet Oxol is , ^ijwns «pri nua oxol wnea ^ jbM waih dishes, refrigerators, drain.'hoards, garbage cans, to tnfke^tbe^i hygienically clean. Use it to ide off stains on tile and porcelain. Leave Oxol in • the drain pipes, in the toilet. ) NEAD THE LABEL —see how many ways Oxol saves time, saves trouble. Ask your grocer for OXOL—the bleach that con* tains no acids—to take out whiter wash, de odorize . . . and DISINFECT!