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c WOODWARD & Lothrop 10th, 11th, F ond G Streets Phone District 5300 v* (< at The invitation is to you—as you find yourself spending more and more time within your own friendly four wolls. Precious little time to relax; but, at home, you make the most of it—with "everything going your woy." For you are the queen or the king of your castle; you plan its arrangement to further your activities or your blissful "in-activities." And, by way of making things particularly-perfect, let that longtime "homemaker," Woodward O’ Lothrop come to your oid in making a house or a room or a corner more especially yours. The invitation is your friends', too, for in the lived-in, warmly individual atmosphere you create, they sense your welcoming, "Make yourself at home." Our F and G Street » windows are devoted to the gentle art of making home your own special haven. See how they set the stoge: —F Sirf>cl W indoir* Scene 1: Horne Ity the Fire Scene 2: Sunday Breakfast Parly Scene 3: Come Between 3 and 7 Scene 6: 1 onnn Ideas at Horne Scene 7: “Bachelor* Wives Scene H: Bachelor Qnarters l —(t Street W intiotcs Scene I: Liie Without Bridget Scene 2: Letters to } our Bovs Scene 3: Reading in Bed Scene 4: A Baby in the house Scene 5: Beauty at Your Fingertips Scene h: Rugged Individuality ■ *r.