Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
It THt ilTHMIDOl HERALD August 1973 t _ It's great to be young when you're wearing Savage shoes. Savage has been looking after Canadian children for over 50 years. Scientifically-designed lasts make every shoe correct-fitting and comfortable. The finest leathers and other materials are used to create smart-looking shoes. Fast- playful feet need to feel so Savage craftsmen use a exclusive with so shoes for small feet will stay hygienically fresh Here are some from the exciting collection of Savage shoes now at Simpsons-Sears Trademark reg d in Canada. children's all-leather 3-eyelet tie casual Layered 2-tone foam sole and heel Burnished Tan or Navy. medium narrow fittina. I i children's casual tie in allover leather. Moccasin genuine crepe sole and heel. Brown. in infants' children's 2-tone vinyl casual features lightweight unit sole and heel. or In infants' children's suede and leather casual. Unit sole and heel. Chocolate patches or Rage Blue colour patches. in infants' sizes 5-8 D. imte girls' shoes boasting bump toes and rocker platforms in allover grained antioue vinyl. and S10.W boys' 4-eyelet ties in antique grain vinyl. Raised seam stitching on vamp and toe. Platform look unit sole and heel. Antique Brawn. 12Vr4 D medium width. boys' hush boots in antique Tan leather handsome decorative whip stitching. Pull-on tab at back. Unit heel Antique Tan. also in infants'