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.TUNE 22, 1933,
1 for America on Summer Needs - Prints fy I rn\ Silks — Acetates —Better Cottons st Colors BlKlisj Washable Crepe Dresses Q KB |\|\ Ji styled and specially priced! When you see the dresses, no- i\ \|‘ iJL v . '\ f tice the new P uff sleeves, the smart lingerie details, the modi- JLM /11 Wm 3rd VI \ fied hi gh necklines, the printed crepes and corded materials J\ " / IK' l)W Paradise Prints—exclusive j BHH ~ and be sure to be bere ear] y ! Sizes 14 to 20 and 38 to 52. CfW\ fried u~*. - c>i.n. n i. Hi suinmgr Hats jM . I t Dress the Children Up in New Extra Sheer, Bullion-Fringed ;£“i>|Cc villi Summer /~gu Marquisette Panels EsSTfJ|. uISII Presses ’ mmp|| AP^' 'fo Get Women’s A Famous Style Fancy P H„ts or dimity, with 11’111 |6m Each ■ m _ or without sleeves. At \Jl J B 5 3 Bl G£ 9 g Suits Foundation Siliil ,s Spe 2 al Price Bargain Priced C\ A Saving in Little Tots’ 'SBlißgi I F^nch'ec‘u'co'ioT' $4 (HCn v/ Pique Coat and Bonnet Sets f£ rf| BQH /Hi*?u\ C gfl 7Q Be sure to see these carefully tailored panels w W 7 T /9 while they’re still specially priced! They’re mi m JMhWWkK r \ 1 Set neat and durable, and easy to wash and put up f ,, , ij • 11 i r' \ ■ White or pastel coats and bonnest of extra fine qual- again. They’re made of good grade cotton mar r all-wool worsted in black, navy, ity pique—light and cool for summer. Sizes Ito 4. Quisette !, lade or jockey color, and have JPif® V 4 -Sears, Second Floor. M ■ Sears, second Floor, le low-cut backs. Hlitfs V r < This foundation garment kYjSv ' • L sure corset because tw( J vli Summer Savings in GROCERIES and MEATS *\ E 39c „ Wit CoaKc M A 4.; AN sugar 10 * 45c rs how foundation permit con- f / IM 063(8 IN Oil OHS CHERRIES ~.s-n *;. lOe THn.lt: A?: trol just where you need ],/ yf OLEO natmor Lb 7 r le justable straps, it. '• Jt go, Ls - 1 1 g '"' Fl "° r ' -First Floor. -Sears. Second Floor. FLOUR Avondale 24 49c Bias tape, fast color, 6-yard bolts. T Apn 100% Pure n TANARUS% J O * • 7 3-Cord sewing thread, black or white, 40, 50 or 60 .L/rllvJJ 5-Lb. Limit Lb. OC i Broken Sizes in Cool WSsaSSSS'&i?!, SOAP CHIPS Wnrcteri Quite maxwell house ™ <rN I I U|IIUUI WW U 1 OICII id Washable 14-inch white elastic, yard. CORN standard Pack n 2 5 C —Sears, First Floor. -q a nfv\T Fancy Sugar Cured 1n„ J L_J Comfortable Triangular Pillows sliced bacon md o 2 25c M w"h d boS e seams h or g ' azed AQc COTTAGE BUTTS Su l^ s ed Lb. 15c / -Sears, First Floor. *W V Ea. -Sears, Basement. u “Wearwel” Oxfords a fully tailored, in blue, brown, gray or\ l \ \ * ™ If ■WI fancy mixtures, and is worth much more \ // I • I \ as* ~ than this price. Broken sizes 35 to 44. X'/ * I\ \ / rf* 9c wbF„r”‘“ Qi y\l H il Seersucker Suits |hv W ~ pr.st Floor. 0B AC \\ 1 \\ / %] • Leather quarter lined O #1 Hn \ / j • Flexible leather inner soles U| \\ 1 . BV • Moisture-resisting middle soles 1 y ' m • Chrome retanned leather bend soles sUith blue, black or brown stripes, in sizes 35 to \ / ■ V^*^ N s. Black calfskin, patent leather, light elk or brown and s hru°n r k. eg \Vit r h two'paiiVof"“use™ 83 ' D ° Ub ‘ e / ' elk combined with flexible three-sole stitch-down con- Q aA struction and chrome soles that are as wearproof as durable ma- Seersucker and Duck Pants \ | her patterns. and coverts, as well as cool seersucker, $1 II f m | Ajm f\ iJk - JVJ. c Men s Calf Oxtords s 4°o G&mJ They’re made with’Goodyear welts, grain leather inner ■ Tairo thfl fv u a soles, and leather or compo outer soles. See them now H /gk lane me rree Dus to —you can get them at this special price for two da vs more! H_ . Sears from the Circle Sizes 6to 10. -a*™, fL Floor. ■ P ' r THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES PAGE 5 HOOSIERS FLOCK TO WORLD FAIR DESPITE HEAT Scores Visit State Building as Mercury Reaches 100 Mark. BY MRS. MAI'RICE MlßniY' Time* Staff Writer CHICAGO, June 22.—Heat does not retard Hoosiers—or at least so it would seem, judging from the number pouring through the gates ai A Century of Progress exposition at Chicago. With the neon tube on the world s tallest thermometer around 100 vis itors disregarded the weather and did their sightseeing in the usual manner, even though thev some times glanced to the top of the Havoline thermometer, twenty-one stories high, to see where the tube had climbed. Tuesday was next to a record breaker. the highest recorded tem perature since the fair’s opening having been 102 degrees. \ isit State Building Some Indianapolis guests were seen in the awning-covered wheel chairs, but others trudged along, determined not to miss a trick at A Century of Progress. Almost with out exception. Indianapolis visitors sojourn to the Indiana building be fore leaving the ground, and the majority express pride in Indiana’s contribution. Praise for the Benton murals, which encircle the Indiana nail, continues to come not only from Hoosiers. but from those nationally known in art circ’es. Edwin Earle of New York said it was worth many miles of travel tc see the Benton murals, which he termed a ‘’mag nificent success.” He thinks that in Benton we have, at last, a really great mural painter and a superb interpreter of the America,i scene. The Indiana building, considering its space, has had more visitors than any other state exhibit in the court of states group. Parrys Are Guests Mrs. D. M. Parry and Miss Isa bel Parry are in Chicago attending the exposition. They are visiting Mrs. Parry’s daughter, Mis. Victor Gorton, and Mr. Gorton, for sev eral days before going to Torch Lake, Mich., for the summer. Mrs Gorton, formerly Miss Ruth Parry, has been in Miami with her moth er. She and Mr. Gorton recently have come to Chicago for residence. Mrs. Ada Rose will arive in Chi cago Friday to visit her daughter, Miss Mabel Rose, for a week. Miss Rose is one of the young women from the statehouse who is a host ess at the Indiana building. Mrs Rose will motor to Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. Loran Fugate. Mrs. Medford Whisle* also will be one of the party and will visit her sister, Mrs. Henry Garrison, of Chicago. Other Indianapolis Guests Other Indianpolis persons who are visiting the exposition include: Edgar H. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. George Pittman and daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Burford. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Shell, the Rev. F. R Daries. C. B. Daries, Mrs. P. C Snively, Mrs. w. F Jones, Dorris Jones, Robert Morgan, Kennard King, Mrs J. C. VanNorsdall, Mrs. George B. King, C. C. Carpenter, Miss Eileen Stevenson, Charles H. Mrs. Bruce Franklin, Mrs. Charles Kiser, Mary Urbanic. Elizabeth Cutter, N. W. Hatfield. Priscilla Pierson, Mr. and Mrs. John Murray, Charlyn Murray, J. A. Sackrison, Ralph R. Stevens, R„ A. Calkins. Madden, Alice and Mary C. Con nor, Cornelia and Martha Rosner, Esther Brosnan and Rose Craney. Five hundred members of the Business and Professional Women’s clubs in Indiana are expected to at tend the international congress, July 9 to 16, in Chicago. Mrs. Adah O. Frost, Indianapolis, is state president. Lena Madesin Phillips, New York, president of the National Council of Women, will preside at the congress. Mrs. E. Maude F.ruce, state presi dent of the May Wright Sevall In diana Council of Women, will at tend, and expects a large number of Indiana women. COOL It’s cooler, breezier fI!TTTH?n -—and it costs far lees! Aren’t these excellent reasons for making every summer trip by Grey hound bus? Direct, dependable service to all principal cities and vacation arMS Low Summer Farts 1 CHICAGO $3 75 New York ...sl3 75 St. Louis .... 5.00 Washington .. 12 25 j Cincinnati ... 2.75 Minneapolis... 10.75 ! 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