The Press: Saddened Editor

While the U. S. almost had a coal shortage and Europe as usual was on the verge of war, the editor of Vogue, Mrs. Edna Woolman Chase, last week addressed the Shoe Guild on another weighty problem. Said she:

"Gentlemen. I want to remonstrate with you. I want to plead with you to stop this promotion of the open-toed, open-backed shoe for street wear. . . . Today you see millions of women, all over America, slop-slopping along the streets with not only their toes out, but their heels out too. ... I won't be a bit surprised if, some day, they...

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