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JAX. 12, 1933.
WHA T’S IN FASHION— Fur on Coats —Long and Short Directed by AMOS PARRISH NEW YORK, Jan. 12—The new coat fashions surely do make women look old-fashioned and up to-the-minute and charming all at the same time, don't they! Par ticularly if they've been picked out with special consideration for the figures that are going to wear them. With so many different versions of the silhouette, and so many uses of furs, every single figure can look its best. So if you still have the fun of choosing one ahead of you, right this minute is a good time to settle a few things. If you re slim and tall, for in stance, you can wear any of those good-looking wide-at-the-top fox shawds. But if you’ve been look ing with an admiring eye at some of the flatter furs . . . mink or kol insky or caracul ... by all means have one of those. Wear one bundled around your neck with shoulder tops or maybe entire sleeves of fur. And just see how willowy your waist becomes! Furs Balance Figures If you're not-so-slim, you have to go a bit more carefully on wide topped effects. But you certainly will be rewarded for careful choos ing. Fur trimming in just the right place can give you the most youth ful slimmest silhouette you've had in years. If you're big at the top, and small in the hips, you’re already fashioned over the new lines. So don't get too-big sleeves or a very wide-at-top collar. But if you're just the other way 'round—small in the bust in pro portion to your hips—you can im prove your figure immensely by wearing sleeves with fullness at the top, and with fur trimming that gives width at the top. This has a definite tendency to put your hips in proportion. These not-so-slim figures look better in short furs, flat as mink, kolinsky or squirrel, or curly as caracul and Persian. Made in one of the new square shawl styles, or one of the high-up scarf types. Practical Colors Used Color shouldn't be much of a problem. By far the greatest number of women have voted “black'’ this year, because it goes with most everything. If you think you’re too sallow for black ... or you’ve just had black and want a change, get brown. In this-season's dark shades, it’s quite as practical as black, and will go with any color dress except black. Then for the colored coat there's that good dark green that’s easy on all complexions. And gray . . . maybe you think that's “out’’ for you. But If you like it. try the new grays. You'll find they're much easier to wear than the pearl grity of a few years back. So look yourself over . . . look the coats over ... be sure you look wide-shouldered and slim waisted . . . and you'll be right! (Copyright. 1933. bv Amos Parrish> f WHITER! YOU BET I GET\_ / RiNSO SAVES WORK ALL V / fill 11 f, (THROUGH THE HOUSE. I THINK) f c _. M . _ \ IT'S MARVELOUS FOR OISH-/ / s °yS Wife Al °Me fcrtv. If X WASHING ! AND THE SUDS < / t "‘ HAtlo3 , Chicag *' I ] ‘zy'chthls?: l a !n g rn s U u C j ) s ,Ucfs as WHITER? J Club Will Meet The Comptometer Club will hold its monthly business meeting at 8:30 tonight at the home of Miss Mary Euler, 1129 North Alabama street. Home Shoes It's a wise woman who changes her shoes the minute she gets home nights. Put your “working" shoes on to well-shaped shoe trees, not the kind that have tips and spring centers, but wooden ones that ac tually hold the entire shape of the shoes. Since your shoes spend a major portion of their lives on these trees, it will pay you to get some really scientifically made trees. Holding Shape It is a mistake to wear any woolen dress longer than a few days without having it pressed, if not cleaned. To press a dress, don’t use too wet a cloth over it. It is advisable to put a dry cloth over the dress and sprinkle the dry cloth lightly just before you put the hot iron over it. Even inexpensive lit tle woolens keep their shape much better with pressing attention. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Arrange for Home’s 66th Celebration Plans for Fete at Aged Women’s Institution to Be Set. Plans for celebration of the six ty-sixth anniversary of the Indian apolis home for aged women Feb. 18 were to be discussed today at a joint meeting of the board of man agers and board of trustees in the Columbia club. Annual reports were to be given by officers, including Mrs. W. D. Gatch. president of the board of managers; Mrs. Harry Miesse. re cording secretary; Mrs. Ralph K. Smith, corresponding secretary, and Mrs Fred Gardner, treasurer. Reporting for the trustees, who were to elect new members, were to be George Denny, president; Frank Olin, secretary, and Winfield Norris, treasurer. New members of the board of managers, elected recently are Mes dames U. B. Baker, Henry R. Bliss, Samuel C. Carey, Alfred P. Conk lin, Eugene H. Darrach, Brandt C. Downey, Burkley W. Duck, Herbert Lowest Possible PRICES In Many Years On Quality Furnishings Everything in Store drastically reduced. Sandr.r&Recker Meri> ian at Maryland PERMANENTWAVES Standard WAVE **- v Ijjjji ® I:! 1 "™! 1 "" 25c ;r". 44 c 1 Hollywood Famous Alvetta “Push-1 p” Paris Ylf Marie “Push- Wave Wave Ip" Wave $2.00 $3.00 $6.50 35^—MANICURING—35d PERMANENT W&S' ~~WAVE SYSTEM 613 ROOSEVELT BLDG .Mf\ WAITING PHONE LINCOLN 073A INU WfllllNto Q”KX KVF.RV KVKXING ENTERTAINS WITH LUNCHEON FETE Mrs. Benjamin H. Rowell, 418 East Fifteenth street, entertained Wednesday afternoon with a lunch , eon and bridge party. Her guests included Mesdames Jack Tilson. James Andrus. William j Schultz. Marie Tracy. Roy Stebbing, James Martin and Lester Moorman. W. C. T. U. to Meet The Carrie Ross Union W. C. T. U. will meet at 3:30 Friday at the home of Mrs. Mary Duncan. 833 Roache street. Mrs. Catherine Davidson will preside. Fieber, Albert Gall. Fred G. Gard- I ner, W. D Gatch. Frank Hamilton, John Hendricks, Fred Hoke, Walter Hubbard, Charles J. Lynn, Walter CT Marmon. Henry Martin, Harry Miesse, Quinicy A. Myers, Lee Nic , oli . E. E. Perry, Waldo B. Rosset ter, Ralph K. Smith. Henry Thorn i ton. W. W. Wentz, Allen A Wilk inson, Charles N. Williams and Misses Juliette Bryan and Julia Sharpe. Luncheon was served at 12. Friday! “Star Store Values” in the Full Fashioned Silk and Women’s Smart sl.oo\& Boys’ and Girls’ $1.39 j*,—_ HOSIERY I PURSES I OXFORDS m TlUay SI Sheer Chiffon ■ Un/ ~~ __ _ H Sizes Up to 2 |P<B _R? O WMIQ WM SO* ecaa i- II | i a gFJ C |[L tw r II No phone. No ( . <). |>. orders. Hi rrsorvo the right to limit m w/Bk : lil wool crepes, in 1 lußH'lTT''*i ; ,,Vs6-In. Unbleached ■IMH winter slides, jfl novelty shapes, hard UVTCT TV | an' L j -T!/" 1 ' 1 a r ' l * Bj neatly fitted. mb ' vf ' n r hiaek nr N U ™ I woven. Quantity _ limited. Yd. /O® I" Slar lst Floor. BbT I ** '*wZt 1l P : ry 4lS4SundayNite \ A Women’s Fur-T rim'd Worn. Bedroom YELOUR g*s Dresses || ■4ft Coats SLIPPERS Regular $1.49 Value j| \ _ And Street Frocks || fsT sio V. I Rrai:niJ™i n 79* lyM 55 19 • . i„ „ Star—First Floor. 81-In. Unbleached & °3i cl ° t 'L Boys' Leatherette" Sheeting I*SBFSP* i2 jpp 69, r3 ii* 9* MeeeneMnmv ■ pattrrnl, the -'OhwSHiMP. I square yd.. 25c. 2U—BV m Child s 7to 14 m Worn. Embroidered M Mens Suede Cloth 1 xnn DRESSES I GOWNS 1 3 ho!T IS Regular ?1 Value |i| Pretty Designs JACKETS 2 H . ’ ;V I Men’s Heavy Ribbed A Girls’ 49c Outing Women’s 1-Piece Palm & Olive U’SUITS IaCOWNS PAJAMAS SOAP 10 for F I iwl WT Sizes 14 to 20 loilet soap, qg jm. RP39*lwi 29- p^4o, 7 zlMi 4#w C Full-Fashioned Silk Mesh I Women’s 49c Wash Women s All-Silk Boys' * $1 Wool Fleece UVWITIirC @ Frocks I HOSmRY (SWEATERS cJSSATT Sizes 14 to 52 •, __ U Slip Oxer Style Double palm, _ ft 1 UMU BA Regular 15c WO' pP C HU 6 1 "star Basement. n Seoon,ls - ' n yf 50 Smooth Finish H Clothes Pins Star Banement g Star Kusemrnt g >tar BasPllient Standard Si 7. e, gtjß ’ WtWr first quality, Uig|C mmmmm— Smooth finish. 18 or 12 Cup Grey White Enamel Baby Galvanized Iron ————— . Enamel I BATH TUB 1 Wash Tubs Regular 19c Value Coffee Pot oQc Mop Stl€sK Regular 49c Value VU \-MJ7 1 CZQf* With non - nist I ml/ a wWw m °P clamp, long i C T(I PraetLat ™ seiii n(c „„ t ; H t ,, f ° s p smooth handle. M - I Ml. White enamel, round, regular ■ LtL —i.* * Star—Basement. . C - g n C 59c value til'jjns. in diameter. P| vani/T.I met- ——— 400 Single Size J In IT* ET~" JBLANKETS Ml ?DPcial whilp V C IS[■iSS , IIMH■ B 1 I 1 si:,e approxi hev last ilfil lil V i 4 tJM mately 64x76. g —LT- : lIJr Y4 I I H ME M 9 JL7t3B| Grey with color- g Q star Basement ed border. Sec —aftit‘ißE&Zijbtttl I ond.s. 98M*4.,”iff,9 Ba.sement Organize New Sewing Units to Aid Needy Asa result of a call by Mrs. Wil liam H. Coleman, head of the Red Cross volunteer work, production of garments for needy Marion county families has increased, and new sewing units have been organized. The following new groups have ! been announced: Presbyterian church, organized by Mrs. A. W. McDonald, 5623 Carrollton avenue; a unit at the Roberts Park M. E. church, organized by Mrs. C. F. Williams, 708 North Delaware street; the Prentiss Presbyterian unit, organized by Mrs. M. V. Rob inson. Emerson avenue and Thirty eighth street; a group at 1433 East Washington street, and units or ganized by Mrs. Anna Perkins. 2119 North Rural street; Mrs. Lottie Sperline, 1250 South Pershing av enue: Mrs. Charles Bronson. 1220 Martin street: Queen Esther unit 03. organized by Mrs. Mary Shaffer. 1564 Broadway, and Mrs. James Stone. 530 East Fifty-second street. Mrs. Meyer Wild has charge of the unit at Beth-el Temple. Thirty fourth and Ruckle streets, and will organize units in the community. Brighten Your Home Since now is the time of year to think about “freshening up your winter wardrobe’ it's a good idea to brighten up your home, too. Add a bright new pillow to the couch in the living rom, have the curtains laundered, put anew print in your bedroom and perhaps buy a few gay-colored dishes to go with the breakfast set. The winter months will seem shorter and your home more cheery. Don’t Wait Until You Look Like 60! Wrinkles, Age Lines. Moles. Warts. Pimples. Superfluous Hair, Bad M Complexions. Deformed Noses and fWF 157 Facial Defects corrected. Consulta- L iP*’ # tion free. Send for booklet. T-3 / v Established Here 28 Years C. R. Per Due, M. D. Institute of Dermatology and Plastic Surgery 411 State Life Building PAGE 7 Apply l'ngnntln. Onlrkt It tooibti the pain—prtTeim infection and ugly st art. Ask your druggist for thered-nd-yellow tube. 50c. Unguentine Relieve* pnln. hnalen* healing