The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1946 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 4, 1946
Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1946 Easter Prints Are Chic and Cool Friendly Letter Is Bargain In Charm T|ic friendly or affectionate note which surprises u friend with your thoughtfulncss has been called by those who claim to know "a bar- giiin In charm." 'Invest In It by taking your pen and note paper In hand, and observe the rules of social correspondence by wrllliiu out the inontli and day and omitting the year. Perhaps the Easier holl'Jays ahead will provide yon with both the leisure time and the Inspiration for writing to friends. The hostess who invited you to drop in and meet her house guests won't expect a note but will be plcitsed by your gesture. The friend who Is devoted to a certain book will respond to a note telling her of the vivid Impression that it made utxui you. When you wrllf someone of nn encounter that you hnd with a long-absent, mutual friend, your news will be welcomed and your ihouehtfulness will be remembered. They Look tor the LABEL For "fasler-in-te-summcr wear, the simple lines of and whKe "rumba dancer" print dress, lef are ucf*n(ed by shotilder-tu-hlp band* or stu*er red .w6ol.and full Beau Bruinmel sleeves. A whooping big black Inffpja bow dresses up the bhick Mid while botero-jarketed prlnl jlresn, New Mtyle ideas in Ihk spring en- senibe, scroll-print In pink und on white, or the matching Women's Hose May Be Stainless Steel In 1975 STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (UP) — They'll mean less laundry fuss and welder cfm fix a "run" in jiffy, remarks ft" American Iron iind Steel official about milady's stainless steel hosiery of 1915. ' .Engineer who uncorkud the steel stocking possibility, said Institute Secretory George S. Rose In a Penn I Stnte publication, noted that stain- . less steel wire already Is being \ produced in diameters similar to that used In nylon or silk threads, i Rose said the prospect would re-< duce laundry labors substantially. ."Just throw them into a solution fiuntlets and Ihe f till-ski rteil louk ; of tydrochlorlc acid and give them icMtvtd by fabrk llangfs insel at • •> 6°°" brush off with some cmerv ' >aper, steel wool or a grindstone." NEW YORK (NBA)—Because Easier-edition prints h»ve a ille ahead of shrugging off the heat, motif*; are as untorrld as good abstract designs or small, clean unlimited drawings can. make them and ^styling shows a fetish for .simp'Jp lines. . . TCK keep fussiness out of. the dress- silhouette and to . put in curves,' In keeping;"with the Spring fever . to round . out the angles, hocp-la Is used with admirable re- stralnf. when drapery Is added— as it Is 6y Nettie Ros«n«t«ln. for example, and other designers in Ihe same top bracket—it Is strictly censored. And what's more, nailed down. To put one of her scroll- printed dresses Into the curvy crowd, designer Rosensteln dots the trick with a deep flange of (he s!4«. fabric placed • on «sch side of the sklH. . ' When, full sleeves are used to whoop up curves—Anne Miller's Innovation' for a dress printed with small but lively rhtimba dancers— designers hold all other llne.s to he-straight u,nd narrow silhouette. But M|;« Miller does sharpen the Uncle.and;white prlnl of this dress filh parallel bands of sheer red vool, placed from ..shoulder to hip o accent'n'long-torso look. When jackets are ndtled to soft- n slim dresses to give them « city-slicker look—a style Idea en- lorsed for the Easter parade— hey cnn be peeled off later on vhen the sidewalks sizzle. To give nore soltness lo a dress Jackcled with a Hip bolero—printed In fill- greed blocks of b'luck and white —designer Bruno puts a whopping )lack taffeta bow nt the from of th'e bodice. Carefully selected by a committee of famous Powers models, under the active guidance of John Robert Powers himtelf. For you — a hat that combines fashion Tightness and quality. The cattle population in Wya- tng was cstiiuntud at. 1,043,0(10 hentl;o'n both Jcin.l. 1915, and Jan. Rend Courier News W»rit AcJs, BREWSTER HATS EXCLUSIVE WITH US! MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment Often Brings Happy P.eliuf ' Wany suffcrora relieve nnsirlni: bacltaclia quickly,once Ihcy cltscovcrtliat thu rralcause of thuir troulite in ay liotlrt'il kidn«ya, TheViMneyg »rc Nature's chief way of taif- ing the cxc e*s ncEds tir<l \v wtc out of the bl cxxJ. \Vh«n tlijwrucruf hiilnoy function \>;rmitJ roisonyus nialtwr to remiun In jour btootl, it tiiuy enlist niijfKlnfT bAckaciiC 1 , rhciif.ialic ' r«ms, I«B pxina. loii of pert nntl energy, ffet- titiji up nifjhta. awcitinw. putRtvey^ cntUr iho taper There are 1,937,144,960 acres in M« 48 states. COLDS dwtrM* 66S 'Liquid or Tablete ad OB a mild Laxativ* and g*t of Cotd M*Mii«s inlematly 666 Nose r>rop3 or Salve b«gins to i«TIav* aruffin«iw and coughing AT ONCF ,,_ . . , . makes It oostez to brealhft. V Worlu Creal and woilt* kuN v' Ha* stillslied milliona. compare resultn Phone 2611 When You're in a Hurry for Tiiat • CAR • TRUCK OR •TRACTOR (FLAT) 3 Service Trucks and 4 Tire Men at Your Service Hours~6 to 6—7 Days MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Ash at Second Street It's the First Sign of s The Value-Wise Customer Here a I, Miss Wliitsitl's Shop we ;m> proud of the famous labels our ^ai'monts carry. They are names that have oslaljlisned themselves in every community throughout the country . . . Names that menn TOPS—in quality of mati-rinl—in workmanship —and in styling. This season more than ever, wnmtn are choosing their Master wardrobe with an eye lo ([ualily. They know that ;i name in a Karmcnt is a Kitrnature of pride in the maker and ail the care and craftsmanship at his command KO into making the garment up to Ihe highest standard. The garments now heirt? featured in our spring displays are outstanding in quality and style leadership and best of all have modes! price tickets which make it easy on your Easier j)iici<;et. Select Your New Easter Wardrobe at Miss Whitsitf's Shop "Miss I.o.s Angeles" Suits — from S!)9 "Hemler & Hamburger" Suits—SIS up "Kiiyhrookc" Snils from S42.<)f) "Kenmoor" suils from S:i!>.!)5 Suits — — fnmi S 12.95 ' Drosses from S3!) C~^9ll "ArtInn- Weiss" Dresses — from S2!> •^r/H^-j "Anne Milthell" Dresses Slft.95-S22.9r> Mountain Home" Dresses from $2!>.9f> "*> "Nan Taylor" Dresses — from SI 1.95 ^J»\} "Nelly Don" Dresses—in Cotton anil ' '"'' '.Jei-yey — S2.HO ti|> to SI 4.95 "Gage" Hals from S0.95 "Maynor" Hals from SI0.95 "Rrandt" Hats — from S6.50 "Kisonherg Originals" In Costume Jewelry "Kisennerff" Cosmetics "Gdssarrt" ions Miss Whitsitt's Shop See What's New at WHITSITT'S 308 West Main St. Telephone 2482 titiji up nifjhta. awcitiniy, putRtvey^ cntU cyeJ, he»tJache3 and UiizineSj. Preiiuc •cunty l>«ssaf:e9 ivith sirmlinjc nnd burni •ometimcs shows thvro Is scmcthiny \Tr With your kUIneya or lilatlder. Don't wait I Ask your JrwRi.i for £K)s ri]U ( *st!mufant dturctii:, used Bucc^s^f fcy millions for avtir >tO' years, Doan'a K happy rcMff »nd witl help iliC IS nilki kidney tubes ftush aut poisonouL. Wiite fi your blood. Qet Doan'a Pilb. ing! your S[»5'ioj{ AVIJ "Musts" T«f *v*fy young wordrobel White buck tipped wltri p«rf'd brown . coif ... flattering on , o high or mid-hi heel. • i««n in CHAUM, GlAMOLfK, SEVENTEEN roinc* «« shown or with Op«n Toe us You Prefer ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP V I > 3362 204 W«st Main Street In These Days of Scarcities . . . Rejuvenate Your Old Clothes !or the EASTER PARADE! Bring Them In. They'l! Come Back Like New... 8 Hour Service If You Wish! HUDS CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2612

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