Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 22, 1937 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 22, 1937
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ft, ., r ; J' September 2!J, tiln »**frnr» i, rt,, | n » i ,r - y HOPE SfAR> HOPE, ARKANSAS .1 o i. ,.. O SAVE on these SUITS $16.95 • HI $|A95 Double Breasted Preferred style for town and business, in the preferred glen- urquhart plaid pattern. Men's Fall Felts Get under a new top ole topper. Don't wear an old style hat with that new suit. There's u variety of new shades this Fall to harmonize with every suit. $1.98 $2.98 Sale You have been waiting for this sale, »o we planned it early jn advance to auure «av- ings. You can enjoy ahead of season value by sharing in this Fall opening event. Boy'sSuits Just like dad's in the glen .urquhart plaid, smaller checks or stripes. Sizes 5 to 18. Boy's Leatherette Jackets Black and Brown with or without the zipper slide fastener. AH .with action sport back, and water proof, too. $1.98 $2.98 Men's 100% Wool Sweaters Colors: Brown, Royal Blue, Buff and Gray, plaids, checks and solids. Action backs; choice with or without zippers. $2.98 Men's 100% Wool Swe$ter& Same as the sweaters listed above only lighter in weight. $1.98 Boy's Wool Sweaters In a variety of colors, solids and stripes. A real value. 98c Men's Dress Pants Styles aplenty, collegiate or eon- beservative. cut, trousers that would be values at twice the price. $1.98 $2.98 Men's Dress Shirts Sta-starch collars in every wanted pattern, also whites and solids. 98c Outfits to Make Autumn Leaves Green With Envy Smart comfort at football games is afforded by this lovely polo-blue dress of rabbit's hair wool. Unusual seaming gives a broad shouldered effect to the three-quarters, semi-barrel sleeves. It has pleats at the sides of the skirt, and contrasting .. slide fastener closing. *, V,..,4'--By. -ADRIAN YOUNG - : y> - • NEA ervlcc Staff Correspondent NEW YORK—It's a season of elegance. Even clothes for autumn weekends in the country, football games or motor .trips among flame-colored 'forests 'are casual in a sumptuously studied, well.bred kind of way. You don't scurry around in just any old sweater and skirt this fall. Your sweaters will be heavenly cashmere ones with ribbon tape clown the front Here's an • admirable example of the widely discussed, new pencil silhouette. Of sauve sheer wool ih dark green, brown, rust, wine, black or Windsor blue, this dress flatters the tall and slender. No; tice the novel leather belt and buttons and four* Jap:pockets. and your skirts will be the sleekest, trimmest things you ever saw, fitted about the hips no matter, how much their hemlines flare and swing. You may wear one of the new horse- blanket plaid coats—a plaid so bright and gay that any respectable horse would snort and rear on his hind legs at the sight of it. If you're a young thing, consider attwsea*'dress with a butterscotch yellow or pale beige jacket of lambskin, lined to 4 match the dress. For "our betters'-—the gals who go back to football games with old grads or live in a city near a campus, but not on a campus—costume suits are wonderful. Among the handsomest of these are: a wine wool dress with matching jacket trimmed wi,th flat bands of Indian kid fur; a pencil- slim black tweed frock and a short boxy jacket of black Persian; a honey- beige .dress and jacket .lavishly finished with wide bands of beaver. Wool frocks, like silk ones, are slim and seductive—slim below the waistline and seductice above. Gathers and tucks and folds and bias treatments accentuate the bosom and emphasize •*• 'evi none In black it goes to town. In wine wool with black fur it goes to football games, weekends in th« country and most occasions in town. Of rabbit's hair wool, it includes a trim, short-sleeved dress ana a swagger coat, trinuued with flat bands of Indian kid fur,. "i;ufVe' T <jf : the"figure. Almost are finished with crazy little buttons, showy buckles, tsrange belts, weird clips or other fussy gadgets. The best designers have taken off rather than put on such gimcracks. Slide fasteners are rampant. College shops report that their youthful customers won't buy frocks with snaps or hooks and eyes. Mature figures also are happier with dresses they can zip 1 themselves into. Many models are trimmed as well as closed with slide fasteners, either matching or contrasting. To save money, not to mention wear and tear on the nerves and disappointments later or., try to get a mental picture of the way you want to look in the country BEFORE you buy a single sports to.g. Do you wisli to appear rogiclily young7 slightly wmdblowh?. Then a tweed skirt and matching topcoat with enormous wolf collar and a gay cardigan, buttoned down the back and worn with a belt are items to keep in mind when shopping. Or do you like an elegant front, no matter where you are? If soi how about a casual costume suit including one-piece frock and fur or fur- trimmed jacket, or a two-piece tweed suit with slim skirt and tailored jacket? If you decide what type of clothes best suits your type and have a fairly ,good vision of the way you want to appear, you'll end up your hopping tours with fewer of those fine little quick choices which are doomed to a life on a hanger in the clcset. Men's Work SHIRTS Heavy Chambray or Covert Blue and Gray 39c Each Children's SHOES Oxfords or Hi-Tops Black and Brown. 98C Pair FALL SHOES Men's Dress Oxfords Trouser crease, wing tip, double crease, cap or plain toe. 98 Men's Dress Oxfords Black, Brown or Gray suede. Black and Brown calfskin; leather soles, choice of heels. June's Plume •98 DAFFODILL Fast Color WASH FROCKS 12 different styles, all smart and different The crisp chill Autumn air is a reminder that winter is near. So We planned ahead an early promotion to enable you to purchase your winter outfits for the entire family at a minimum Low Price. Don't'fail to take advantage of this sale. .Ladies Fall Suits Fur trimmed or tailored styles in the new Autumn shades. There's a Suit to Suit you at only— $9.98 '„ Twirt Sweaters 100 per cent woll in gay colored brushed wool or knitted yarn. Styles in sweaters are diferent this season—you will have to see them for yourself as we just can't describe them. ' W ASTLINES a,fe A | getting down to nothingy by strategic J fashioning and a molded silhouette. "• FOR •V $2.98 Wash Frocks Happy Home is always first with the newest. It's no idle boast when we say that no other manufacturer can put such . snap in a dress so low in price. All fast colors. $1.19 Silk Dresses A striking group of accetate crepes. Blue, Navy, Brown, Green, Wine and Black. $2.98 Ladies Fur Coats The crushed Plush Fabric that resembles .Hudson Seal. A coat that looks expensive but costs so little. In blacks and browns. .... Yard wide Fast Color Print.... 10c yard Yard wide Printed Broadcloth 19c yard Yard wide Heavy Domestic lOcyard GIRDLE Silhouette Washable Silk one of a have that British flare for trim smartness with only self - trimming 1 . Essential as makeup! FOR FALL 2 pound Quilt Bundles 25c Quilt Bundles (3 pounds or over) 35c Comely June Lang of the movies shows one of the newest fall hat models—a gay quilled felt worn at a dashing angle. Notice the manipulated crown and interesting stitching. This gay topper comes in as many colors as Joseph's storied coat. EPHAN» Department Store LADIES FALL HATS 98c S1.98 FALL SHOES Be smart a-foot this season. Never were shoes so interesting -*• so flattering. The high tongue . '.• * and clastic insets will make'lliis slip- jicr fit (lio most difficult tout. Bluck, Brown, Suedo or Kid. The tongue on this smart shoe rides high, wide and handsome— the suede, rich in tone ajid smooth as velvet. Multi- Color Colorful Fleece Wool one of (( Oi'oup at $10.98 EPHANJ Department Store

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