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Monday through
Wednesday, a
Home furnishings
Fashion Forum will
be conducted by Mr.
Rudy Alperin of Riv
erdale Drapery Fab
rics, under the aus
pices of local organ
iza t ions. At our
•Chevy Chase Store
on Monday at 8:00
p.m., it will be spon
sored by the Provi
dence Hospital Aux
iliary. At 7 Corners
on Tuesday at 10:00
a m. by the Catholic
Daughters of Ameri
ca; at 1:30 by the
Women of O'Con
nell. Wednesday at
W'heaton Plaza, at
I :30 by the Hahne
mann Women's
Board of Sibley Hos
pital; at 8:00 p.m.
by the American As
sociation of Univer
sity Women—Ken
sington. Admission,
a 1.00 donation.
Wednesday, for the
woman in fashion, a
Leslie Pomer Spring
Fashion Show at
2:00 p.m., in Wo
men's Dresses, 3rd
Floor, Washington.
Informal modeling,
II :00 to 5:00.
Wednesday through
Saturday, Mr. Bland
Andrews comes with
a Trunk Showing of
Hill and Dale Shoes,
to show you latest
fashions and colors.
In our Shoe Centers,
Washington, Wed
nesday, 10:00 to
5:00. Chevy Chase,
Thursday, 11 :00 to
8:00. Wheaton Pla
za, Friday, 11 :00 to
8:00. 7 Corners,
Saturday, 10:00 to
Saturday, teens are
especially invited to
see Teen Fashions
in Informal Model
ing at our Chevy
Chase Store, 12:00
to 2:15, with a Teen
Fashion Show at
2:30, Lower Level.
This Week, ask for
your complimentary
ticket to our Career
Girl Fashion Show.
The show itself will
be on Wednesday,
March 28, at 7:30
p.m. at the Sheraton
Park Hotel, in the
Grand Ballroom. Ad
mission is by titcket
only; available at
Information Desk,
Washington, Store
and at Offices at our
suburban stores.
This Week, Yard
ley sends Miss Helen
Garden to introduce
the very contempor
ary beauty aids key
ed to you, the 1962
woman. You are in
vited to consult her
in Cosmetics, Ist
Floor, Washington.
All Week, our fas
cinating Exhibit of
Paintings by six not
ab I e Washington
artists continues.
Paintings are all
moderately priced,
in keeping with the
belief that fine art
should be a part of
daily living. 6th
Floor, Washington.
Whatever the time of day, she dresses for it beautifully. Because she's wise about fashion, she knows the
look this spring is prettier, more feminine. She's wise about investing fashion dollars, too, makes her selec
, tions at Woodward & Lothrop where smart clothes wear pleasant price tags. Her trim office and after
costume suit makes double news because it's white and cotton ottoman. Its sleeveless dress top, a silk
surah print, 6-16, 39.95. Little parties and Sunday gallery-going find her in textured silk with a skirtful of
released pleats; navy or blazing blue, 8-18, 29.95. She goes partying in a sheath of row on row of cotton
Cluny-type lace; the wide straps, removable. Black or beige, 10-18, 25.00. All from Misses' Dresses, Wash
ington, Chevy Chase, Wheaton Plaza, 7 Corners and Alexandria. Make a date to see more
around the clock fashions and accessories at our Career Girl Show (see below).
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