The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 13, 1975 · Page 38
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 38

Provo, Utah
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Sunday, April 13, 1975
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Sunday, April 13, 1975, THE HERALD. Provo, Utah -Page 39 AUTHENTIC PERSIAN CARPETS ON SALE. Mr. Majid Omana, ZCMI Carpel Buyer, has toured the bazaars and marketplaces of his native Iran to personally select these magnificent Persian carpets. Each one is hand-made of wool, then colored with rich- hued vegetable dyes. Their spectacular beauty (and value) actually increases with age. And starting Wednesday every Persian carpet in our slock is reduced 20 to 33%. ZCMI Carpets, Salt Lake downtown only. FOURTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS FOR THE YOUNG takes place from April 20 to 27. Mrs. Calvin L. Rampton is the Honorary Chairperson. In a kind note from our state's First Lady we learned the Festival's theme is "Art Is All Around Us." With the help of civic,' educational, local and state organizations it is the Festival's aim to help young people see how music, dance, sculpture, design, theater and the beauty of the environment relate to their everyday lives. We commend Mrs. Rampton and all participating organizations for their support of and contributions to young Utahns throughout the state. OUR WAREHOUSE SALE ENDS TOMORROW. You can still get in on the exceptional savings at our No. 1 warehouse located at 241 West 17th South. We are clearing everything in sight because we'd rather sell our inventory than move it to our new Distribution Center. The sale ends tomorrow night at 9 p.m. We have marked down furniture, sleep sets, sewing machines, carpeting, domestics, toys, notions, even some canned goods. You may never see prices this low again - so be at the warehouse when the doors open at 10 a.m. LET'S EXPLORE CAREER POSSIBILITIES. The Career Fair sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce takes place in the Salt Palace Exhibition Hall Thurs. April 17 (from 9 a.m. to 1 J. p.m.) & Fri. April 18 (from 9a.m. to 3 p.m.). The Fair's purpose is to expose students of all ages from elementary to college levels to a variety of career possibilities. It's free, and everyone is encouraged to attend. Over 100 exhibitors will participate and visitors will be able to see them actually working at their profession. They'll even gel to try it out - this could be your big chance to lay a few bricks! ZCMI... ONE AT LONG LAST SUMMER Beginning right now there's a whole new way to see yourself. It's spring, and summer is on the way...and we're all breathing a sigh of relief. You've been waiting anxiously for new inspiration and now you've got it from ZCMI. It's strictly modern, brand new...not gimmicky, not nostalgic, just everything good fashion, lasting fashion should be. This year, for women, it is built around the dress. So you can look forward to spending summer breezing around in ingenious styles that offer endless fashion possibilities. The 'two-piece dress' is another smashing version of this season's most popular 'big look.' The natural colored Arnel® triacetate/rayon jumper has a matching summer-soft print shirt. Sizes 6 to 14, $54. Our loose, easy big dress has green flowers blooming on a natural background of poly- ester / cotton. Gather wear it flowing freely, in the Miss ZC Shop, Corelli's cork wedge, camel, navy or white, choice for bag and hat. The bag to carry along it close to your body with the matching belt or Sizes 6 to 14, $38. Dressing ideas from Mam'selle all stores. The shoe to wear with either dress is It's strapped and styled of smooth leather in red, $28 from Fashion Shoes. Make natural straw your Our wide-brimmed import is $5 in ZCMI Millinery, is this 'slice of watermelon' at $9 in Fashion Handbags. Our gentleman chooses Cricketeer's texturized woven polyester suit for that light tough in his spring wardrobe. Grey, cream or light blue with top-stitching, $110. At Long Last Summer... fill it with the great fashion that makes the season come alive for you...from ZCMI, naturally.

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