Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 31, 1933 · Page 14
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 14

Ames, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1933
Page 14
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^TTEK IN AMES THURSDAY, AUG. 31, 1933. PAGE 5. GET READY for SCHOOL at WARD'S 'Send the children Back to School with savings on *s sturdy Thrifty, Smart Women B«y .. Ward** SHOES 1 98 They like the unnp -, and jraco of the - •tyle* . . . lh« >»• •. riety — tltt 4ualhy ; of w*rkman«hip! That'* why Wardi , *«H« million* •! ' pain. Com* tomorrow—set) th« new •tyles! Children f 'Every good style for Fall in this group—all new—all made of good strong leather—built on lasts Up accommodate; groyr- ing active feet. And we've priced them so low because we bought thousand*! of hides when the market wae low. We doubt if you tould buy anywhere today euch fine shoes for so little. Oxfords, straps; ties, kiltie-ties, high shoes, in black calf grain and patent leather. Roomy moccasin loee, plain toes, shield tips. In all wanted sizes. Jli&nthit agio we bought this school special! FROCKS tot 3 to <$'«r* Mothers, gel all you can Iny your hands on — while the getting'!; good. Tub-fait percale*, Lloomer or guiin|ve tlylee! Blue,Grc«n, red ond brown. A Fully-Equipped Bike! Balloon Tit el li has all thes«: electric headlight, taxi born, e I e « I package carrier, big parking stand. Mndgnardo *re «tainlc*8 steel, other fitting* chromium plat* ed. Onr price lavei you IS to HOI Extra strong—for f Get "on the go" Hose Pr. A Weeing f or mothon o( Ktrenn- «»sly active boy«— who "go through" vloekingB in a min* «le! Ribbed top*, reinforced at feet ... where wear coaiei, School col- oru. Boys—A Value for School! ' AUL WOOL WKATEILS $1.00 You can have thin low pri<M (or-fall! But only because WE bought when the wool market hit bottom month* ago! Stunning patterns, including jacqunrds. V or crew Colors. Ward's Pare Si/fe SHEERS Won a Wear Marathon! Silk FftM/ss<tii*><st! S^cttt Six business girls wore 3 pair CHIFFONS (total $2,07) for. 40' days— laundering them every night. We have the test on record! Bing toe, a nifty reinforcement at the point of friction, gives the stocking its unusual endurance—not to mention the long-wearing reinforced toe and heel. Luxurious picot tops, dull lustre. Also service weight, New fall shades, Shirt*—Shorts For Boy* Bti. F i n « cotton athletic thirt, lobolar trim. Yok« front fancy . broa* r» o r longiet — »« wear with t w c a I er* or •hirts! Gr«yor tan mixture*. Sav» at Ward* Note lliis value! Kiiymi. Drop sent. In for IJOJ-H Slips Sar« at Wards TRvlween \ and 14 ... litre ur runir«. Nain- Rayon Taffeta blip* SOf. V«*fJ. B/oomen, Panliasl Run • r e * i » * Hayon! neatly tailored, round neck v e » t x Kluslir top » n I I « <S nlooiniTi. WardT* OXFORDS for Men—Loofc Well, Wear Well, Cost $249 For )<*• tfc/.n 13 Wards offer* ?ov- eral strl«« for men b«sides the popular oxford sketched. Good quality black cai£ grain leather with rubber becls. UNION SUITS Medium or light rib knit cotton euiia. Full cut—no •kimpingj —full lap Mate. Elastic 1 rib cuffe on •Iecve« and •nklee. Dress Shirts Jin* X»*> mm* Smvet 89c Plain «nd at • price you'll «** 1 see *oon * g » «o. First <ro*lity, count Pearl button*. 14*e to 17'.. Regularly 39c Yd! Ward's Rayon & Cotton Flat Crepe Now Only 25 Plrtuly wo»e«i, inctiea ««4on, k'a a ia a fioiabed Cat in law * o* «f Wl S27 Main

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