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Mow they're ono—combined in LIQUIMIK, lb* thrilling n*w ikin lotion, (njoy th* *ubtle fragrance of a captivating cologno (apple bloieom, honeysuckle or gardenia) masterfully blended with a rich, croomy. Quick-drying lotion that isn't a bit sticky and leaves the skin feeling soft as silk! Try LIQUIMIK in your fcvorito Kent.., at drug and department stores, 59c L $1. ON TOP OF THE HEAP—Boys at the Brookland School collected more newspapers than the girls and won the right to be photographed atop their collection. The winners are (left to right) Glenn Martin, Donald Newberry, Bill Hubbard, Jack Sullivan, Jim Shearer and Joe Gray. Ap proximately 1,700 pounds are shown here. —Star Staff Photo. ———- *-• Brookland Boys Outdo Girls In Paper Salvage Campaign A little friendly rivalry at the Brookland School between the boys and girls came to a head yesterday when the school was divided into two groups to determine which could bring in the most paper in The Star P.-T. A. Salvage-for-Victory cam paign. The boys won, turning in 1,104 pounds of paper and magazines to 670 pounds gathered by the girls. But the girls were not without credit for they collected almost as much by themselves as the entire school had produced for the month of December and 50 per cent more than was cred ited to the school last week. Falling only about 200 pounds short o* joining the select group which has produced a ton or more in a single day, it is probable that that goal will be the next to be reached by this group of pupils. L , \jmw& fsi'' \aJXWdJ THE NEW TYPE, DRY, MODERN DOG FOOD You add tho moisture to HUNT CLilE Instead of paying for it. Thus you. feed 15 lbs. of meat - abundant, vitamin-rich food for each 5 lbs. that you buy. At your grocer's. MarltlfW milling C».< Buff*!*, N. Y.' The total collected to date Is 533.544 pounds. The value of this salvage paper cannot be overemphasized because it plays an important part in na tional defense. For instance, according to a state ment by the Wastepaper Conserva tion Commission, one Sunday news paper will produce enough cardboard to make eight boxes for large-caliber bullets, 15 dust covers for aircraft motors (important in desert war fare i, seven practice targets or a container for a large shell. The thought that each time they bring paper to schhool they are help ing in this manner or in other fields such as supplying the material for cartons to hold food supplies or Paper Collection for Tomorrow The following is the schedule tomorrow for collection of paper, cardboard and magazines in The Evening Star-P.-T. A. Salvage for-Victory campaign in the fourth district together with the five leaders in the district and their poundage to date: Lafayette . 11,145 Mann__ 11,208 Murch _9.473 Hearst _8,973 Westbrook _”,808 Oyster. Curtis Hyde. Eaton. Wormley. E. V. Brown. Corcoran. Deal. Montgomery. Wilson High. Phillips. Janney. Grant. Key. Our Lady of Stoddert. Lourdes, Gordon Junior. Bethesda. Fillmore. Bethesda Jackson. Elementary. Western High. Chevy Chase. Hardy. Leland Junior. SERVING WASHINGTON to LU O' O I— uo LU 0 1 UO z X < X z LU > LU to SHINING SUCCESSES in PATENT t . and GABARDINE W \ W / y s4 ss/sy stfos Successes in more ways than one . . . in the way they put you and your wardrobe on the bright side of winter . . in the way their exclusive "Flare-Fit" Innersole frees you always from Wobbly Ankles, mokes the last steps of busy days os easy-going as the first! Sizes to 10, AAAA to C HAHN 2G7 F 7th & K 3212'14th 4483 Conn. A»e J 3101 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, Vo. \ open evenings until 9 P.M. medical supplies is inspiring many of the children and accounts for the steady increase in collections. The following is the list of pav rnents to P.-T. A. and Home and School Associations in the third district: Bancroft_._$67.76 Petworth_ 49.40 Roosevelt_ 45.78 Barnard__ 34.50 Central _ 39.45 Truesdell _.. 2937 Powell Junior_ 2930 Banneker _28.46 Raymond .26.14 Keene-Rudolph .. 2330 Adams__ 23.02 Park View_ 20.08 Whittier .. 17.62 West. 1736 Macfarland_ 16.76 Coolidge. 15.57 Paul. 15.43 Bruce_ 15.14 Cooke_ 12.74 Morgan .. 11.84 Takoma- 10.21 8hepherd.. 9 33 Brlghtwood . ‘8.35 Sumner-Magruder.. 7.00 Powell. 5.94 Wilson Teachers__ 4.92 Hubbard_'.. 4.70 Military Road_ 34 Cleanse w i th Cuticura mildly medicated aoap. Uae antiseptic, emollient j Cuticura Ointment to( soften outer tip* of black- — heads for easy removal. Buy BOTH today at your neighborhood druggist. For your busy 1942 Spring .. . Suits Suits you'll love, live in and work in! Suits of capable gabardine, efficient worsteds, depend able twills and staunch tweeds. Suits of easy, graceful lines; flawless cut and masterful tai loring! Nothing could be smarter for your in creasingly active days—nothing more practical —and nowhere else will you see more exciting variety at $16.95 to $29.95 than in our"Casual Shop” on the 3rd floor. Sizes 9 to 17, 10 to 20. Sketched: A suit for quiet assurance in your increasingly busy life. Navy or tan 109r< wool flannel hairline striped suit, sizes 10 to 20. $25. Store opens at 9:30 A.M.—you can shop early in the day, or until 6:15 if you desire Woodward & LOTHROP 10™ II™ F and G Street* Plow DImict 5300 i, Glowing Fruits by the Basketful—with shin ing jellies for sweet variety's sake, $3.50 to $10 nre eoon shop. EIC.RTH FLOOR— Expreu Heritor Cerriee A Proud Flag Pin for her lapel. Pretended jewels shine like a sun lit banner, SI 2.10 including tax FINE JEWELRY, . FIRST FLOOR " Valentine Greetings to one I love" says the most beautiful valen tine you ever saw. Co quettish ruching encir cles a red satin heart, $1 Othcrt from let® $5 STATIONERY. AISLE 6. FIRST FLOOR Her favorite gloves she ^ can wear with every- ^ I thing, of doeskin (doe finished lamb) soft os her cheek, and wash able. White and beige, $3.50 GLOVES AISLE J *. FIRST FLOOR. Oo-oh, So Sweet — Whitman's Heartful of Chocolates, pink and gold-hued with a love ly mock gardenia, $1.50 CANDY. AISLE 14, FIRST FLOOR All - silk hose — more precious than ever be fore. Aberle's "But terfly Top" 3-thread chiffon in new "Pav lova" and "Zorina" shades. Pair, $1.35; 2 pairs in heart gift box . $2.90 ROSIEST. AISLE IS. FIRST FLOOR V A Pocket Sixe Com that makes sense to service men. 10 items for face, teeth, hair and nails zip in a California saddle leather "Buddy Kit" .$5 TWE MIN'S STORK, SECOND FLOOR Buxton's New I-way Billfold triples your wishes. It is of stitch less grained goat leath er in black or brown, $3.50 LEATHER GOODS, AISLE 10, FIRST FLOOR Born-to-Flirt White Linen Handkerchief, billowing with lace. Tucked in a heart shaped folder. Ker chief and folder to gether . $1.10 HANDKERCHIEFS. AISLE 17, FIRST FLOOR RSVP ... says Richard Hudnut to her for you: It is done with this delicate perfume rest ing on a red satin heart, $1.10 including JO% (U TOILETRIES AISLE 18. FIRST FLOOR "Keep Off"—Amus ing Clip to warn other swains that they tres pass. Festive colors, $6.05 intlmding 10% tax COSTUME JEWELRY. AISLE S, FIRST FLOOR Dress Jewelry makes him think of you when he is at his best. Cuff links, studs and vest buttons in smoked mother of pearl or black enamel, $7.50 pti>« 10% tax THE MEN'S STORE. 8EC0ND FLOOR