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10th 11™ F and G Streets Phone DIstnict 5300 Store Hours, 9:30 to 6 — Thursdays, 12:30 to 9 Confetti Colors on nubby-knit sweaters A tweedy effect on soft woo!, in sweaters that bring back memories of our beloved Scotch ones. This season's favorite open knit, not too long and certainly, not too short, in pink, yellow, tan and gray, dusted with color. Pullover SQ-95 or cardigan, sizes 34 to 40_ Other nuhhy knit sweaters at $7.95 W&L—Sportswear, Third Floor, / Cuddlesome Toys are the ones they like best An appealing little face and a soft, caress able surface . . . make toys like these, year-after-year favorites. White wirehair terrier with a pert red tongue and a gay collar -$3 "Cuddle Bear" has a bright red bow and a small jingle bell. In brown_$3 Not pictured: "Sleepy Head Doll" looks very like your own cherub. 20 inches long_$2.95 W&L—The Toy Store, Fourth Floor. f h What Price Ingenuity when wooden soles compete successfully with leather, you may well ask, what next A word of explanation about the construction of this new and wonderful shoe, to erase for always, any doubt about wearing ability and comfort. The tough, cross-grain of hard maple and cherry are diced into quarter-inch squares and bonded into the traditional leather welt by E. P. Reed, makers of Matrix, College bred and Tank-Tread shoes. The result of this invention and their experience, is a sole of duration stamina and bed-sock comfort, amazingly water resistant and shock-absorb ent, and placed thoughtfully, on a casual oxford built for all-day wear. In black and tan calfskin_ ^ Note: Do not detack Shoe Coupon No. /* from Ration Book A o. I. It must be detached by us at time of your purchase. W&L—Women's Shoes, Second Floor. Your Black Gloves are mainstays of your wardrobe The finishing touch for black costumes and a dramatic accent for colors. Doe finished lamb, in the wanted 4-but ton length—black, beige, brown and 5T.50 white _ ** W&L—Glove*. Aisle 18, First Floor. Carry Color in merry, felt handbags Bright, gay and so very roomy . . . color co ordination now becomes a definite $"7 95 part of your fashion program_ Collar box type in navy, light blue, purple, brown and tan. 70% wool and 30% cotton! Drawstring handbag in dark green Kelly green, fuchsia, brown, tan, red. 100% wool. W<kL—Handbags, Aisle 8, First Floor. A Robes for Juniors are warm as well as smart Caressingly comfortable, on cold winter mornings, a soft fabric of 60% rayon and 40% wool in an easy-to-throw-on wrap around style. Bright American beauty or royal blue with a narrow white binding for accent. * 1 Sizes 1 1 to 17_ * ^ Other robes for girls and ’teen-agers $3.95 to $8.95 W&L—Girls' and Junior Misses' Furnishings, Fourth Floor. To Keep Really Warm your feet must be cozy and snug Everything you need for indoors and out ... to keep your toes and ankles comfortable ... for neither furs nor frills will help one bit, if your legs and feet are frigid. To keep them smart also is one of the neatest tricks of the season, so here is how. A. Heavy all-wool sports socks for really cold weather—in white, red and green -$1.50 /. B. Anklets of 75% Angora and 25% wool in fS white, natural, maize, pink and blue_$2.35 C. All-wool bed socks in white and pastels, $1.25 D. All-wool slipper socks with felt soles_$2.95 McCollum stocking of 62% wool, 33 % royon and 5% cotton in costume colors _____$2.25 Not pictured: WSsh—Hosiery, Aisle 19. First Floor.