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CUSH1932 SparkPoints: (45,759)
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5/21/13 10:30 P

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PINK4YOUTOO Posts: 508
5/20/13 8:48 A



No, wasn't that lucky and didn't have money to buy them myself...

JIBBIE49 Posts: 58,950
5/20/13 8:41 A

Yes, and I got an ugly pair of brown and white ones in sixth grade and hated them because I wanted Black Patent Leather ones with the little T-strap. Nope. Had to get the sensible ones. YUCK.

Oh, the BROWN and white ones were on sale, so I didn't even get the Black and white ones.

Edited by: JIBBIE49 at: 5/20/2013 (08:41)
SHORTYATPLAY SparkPoints: (6,961)
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5/19/13 9:51 P

Yes! I thought they were very comfortable..


EAYW47 SparkPoints: (34,737)
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5/19/13 2:20 P

Yes. Spalding was the brand name popular in this part of the country. Another popular shoe at that time was the Capezio T-strap.

Edited by: EAYW47 at: 5/19/2013 (14:22)
MIZKAREN SparkPoints: (223,919)
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5/19/13 9:17 A

yes

EWL978 Posts: 2,021
5/19/13 7:55 A

I loved them!! And, also ballerina slippers with the heels removed so they were even flatter!!

STARCROSS SparkPoints: (59,527)
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5/18/13 9:00 P

Sure do. They were part of our school uniform at the convent.

MIZKAREN SparkPoints: (223,919)
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5/18/13 8:46 A

Wore them for many years.

TWININGS12 SparkPoints: (17,330)
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5/18/13 6:25 A

I remember the black and white saddle shoes I used to wear. My mom would keep them polished so they looked brand new.

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