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Fred Marler $$ VALUABLE K-COUPON i$" the shoe fits, em all notice how the shoes lp in your closet -- just gathering dust? know why we think we need so anyway. We can only pair at a time! going to organize bought one of acks to store them on. thing was too , I still have shoes scat- all Over the floor of my I was a boy, you two pair of shoes, lucky  one pair and one pair for The Sunday shoes r dress-up occasions, all intents and pur- , You had only one pair, often had a hole in Sole that you patched Cardboard. The trick Your foot into the Without displacing the Usually it wadd- the toe of the shoe ended up limping With a hole in your selection of shoes was You got log- 'the winter and tennis SUmmer. The log- Vere boots that laced to the knee, which ept sticky with foul- to make them That was so you /de in the mud pud- started the school a pair of loggers ed it wearing your Unday, shoes, which Placed when the faro- could stand the is shoes were Ken- Keds cost two rs and had raised Soles with suction the bottom. Kenny's with rounded Soles, and both laced got one pair for the Which barely made ally, by the time your little toe out a ragged hole Canvas and the laces ;o knotted you tied down. of us were introduc- shoe bonanza when the service. We sued two pair of dress Pair of high-tops for and a pair of low- shoes for scrubb- the deckl These tore Shoes than I knew do with. Since our Was our closet, and to lug them where Went, we soon pared the experience Ls though. It seems We must have shoes Occasions. No war- would be complete Pair of basic all, you can't with a tux- COUrse we need especially if aal appearance. don't look great with Levis must have shoes and shoes for shoes for play- even have a be that one pair was okay for no self- Jock would be court etball shoes, or are shoes ng! Shoes for are different for walking. Spiritual said, children got God, me We gotteth too it out this intended us shoes, He given us more The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, March 9, 1983 - Page 3 CLIP & SAVE VALUABLE K-COUPONS s ',--_ Western Familv 9651 _a ,a 9652 i , , =g'g Nallev . _.,.,, Red or Golden Del=clous 9653 ; ; ,/1._ ... l . ., - : " o -- - . [ Cream Cheese[ i Mayonna,se ' ,;, . _ _ ,. 8OZ. iu II customer. -- : i O --  OP i -= /\\;'\ Limit k lllL, : " ,lV,.---tkl Limit -v "11 ..  = =- . 1 per  'I . .,,...-  oer = = 1" = // II lb. bao : \\;" . ,-j customer  L,= \\;//  "llV  / ; \\;%\\ Limit1 bag per customer. B B  Cash value 1/20 of one cent. 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