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THE HECHT CO.
F St at Seventh—NA. 5100 Washington 4, D. C. Left to right: GLITTERING ALL-OVER BEAD AND SEQUIN EMBROIDERED FRONT in a dra matic after-five dress of rayon crepe. Deep V neckline, slimming side drapery. Black or wine. Sizes 38 to 44_29.95 SHINING BLACK FLASHED WITH MULTI COLORED HAND-EMBROIDERED YOKE, flattering rounded neckline, slenderizing peplum. Of rayon crepe. 38 to 44__29.95 , GLISTENING HAND-EMBROIDERED YOKE highlights this after-five dress for the woman. New, low, square-cut neckline, skirt, side-swept. All-black or black with tearose in rayon crepe. 38 to 44-29.95 Glitler In Gleamingly Hand-embroidered Dresses for Women Designed by C. H. D. Robbins Whether you're concert or play-going, playing hostess or guest . . . these are the dresses for your brilliant social season ahead! They're touched with glitter, softly draped, cut on new lines . . . with dipping new hems, soft rounder shoulders and the so-new side drape! These add up to the "new look" you! * Women’s Dress Circle, Third Floor of Fashions THE STORE OF NATIONALLY FAM^JS FASHIONS