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10th 11™ F and G Streets Zone 13 Ph6ne district 5300 BRANCH STORES—Bethesda, Maryland Arlington Forms, Virginio The Pentogon The teen-oger—in her sites of 10 to 16: Shadow plaid kick-pleat skirt in gray or brown with wide matching belt, $10.95. Wool jersey blouse in block, white, red or forest green, $5.95. Pleated all-around skirt in green, na*y or brown, $8.95. Wool blouse with green and red or copen and red stripes, $7.45 Leather girdle belt in green, red, brown or luggage. Sites 26 to 28, $4.78. Tots and girls in their sites of 3 to 6 and 7 to 12: Gail Berk jumper with scalloped apron front in gray, aqua, blue ond melon. The tot’s, $10.95. The 'tweenie's, $12.95. Judy Kent rayon blouse, embroid ered trim, $3.50. Woolen sister dresses with Peter Pan collar, puffed sleeves and cross stitch trim. Aqua ond gray. Little sister, 3 to 6, $10.95. Big sister, 7 to 12, $13.95. W&L—Teen Age Apparel, Juvenile and Girl*’ Apparel, Fourth Floor. \ Your own favored Miron pleases your tot, 'tween or teen-ager. Practically speaking, it is warm, and stands up under active wear and repeated cleanings. Visually, it is handsome and close-woven, lending itself admirably to vivid dyes, smart patterns. See these enchanting young styles that both you and your children will lo>e, found on their very own Li yj Fourth Floor of Young Fashions 'hr~~ _ Children's eyes are precious—protect them with properly fitted glasses from our expert Optical Department Have your children's eyes examined now ... if glasses are needed, we will fill the prescription accurately and advise you on the best type of frame for your child. The trustworthiness ond integrity of our Optical Department is the best protection for your youngsters' eyes if they need glasses. W&L—Optical Goods, First Floor. Albert Richard designs real "He-man" warm-as-toast mackinaws and jackets for boys The Wildcat: Wool-lined horsehide cossack jacket with leather-lined sleeves and mouton collar, front and back panels. Zipper and buckle front. Sizes *28 50 10 to 16_ The Cherokee: \ Sheep-lined mackinaw of cotton twill gabardine with mouton collar that can be lifted up against A.75 cold weather. Sizes 10 to 20- At W&L—Boys’ Apparel, Fourth', Floor. A The ballet-type shoe that keen 'teens clamor for made of smooth, fine elk in vibrant young shades of red, green and tan . . . with a leather sole and built-in heel. Pretty and smart_ $7.95 . . . and only___ J W&L—Children’s Shoes, Second Floor. Tru Last Health Hose are carefully sized to fit your children's active feet Here are really healthy socks that are knitted of long wearing cotton with square toes to provide ample room for foot growth . . . dark autumn colors and pretty pastels . . . in sizes that are made _ __ to fit shoe sizes, 6 to 81/2- 29 an^ 39 W<tL, Girl*’ and Children! Huaiery. Fourth Floor.