The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1946 · Page 11
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April 4, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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THURSDAY, APRIL -I, 19-10 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Stepping Into Easter 'Teen Togs Are Sweetly Prefly Ensembles For Easter Have 'Little Women' Appearance NEW YOKK I NBA) —S p r i 11 g .shoes will hi- :is colorful und loot a.s dressy ;is the fme dud.s with which ilicy step out this Easier. AllhotlKh .shut'.s styled for Ihe march on into Kinnmer will be opened up, cut out or Iieely venletl for an itiry Look and -t more (.'Oin fortnblo feeling afoot, they will not be ;is topless as they've bven in the past. The stylo !dea in footv:o:ir. uc cording to the Guilt! of Better Shoe Mnnufnclurrrs. is to V;e\ .shoes to their fashion companions with cln-SHUaker details. Stitchins;. Pinking. tucking. pleating and tnmmim!s of bows, buckles, nitil- head.s nntl pearl buttons <io that very, thing. Although .shoes this season can be keyed ;o the color of costumes, high shades are not heing used-—because leather is not THAT plentiful—nt the expense of black, brown and navy blue, which f form lli R backbone of women's y wardrobes. New s-flash, indicating what's ahead, ait' simp-styled. sitlrbnUon- ed spals in two-toned—gray and navy and brown and tan—combinations of suede and calfski^ \vhich linrk back lo tile high-step- pitli; 192(i's. Also reminiscent of the "It Girl" era are open-toed suede opera pumps, bedecked with big square bows centered .with dozens of shiny white pearls. Still t;oing great guns, however. | ar c platform slices. If they add | from one-quarter to one inch to feminine stature, they're liked and are favored most in sandals. N'ew fancy business on these are .swirled "liold"- drop n:\ilhends used on platforms in parallel rows. Continuing—and likely In increase in popularity—me .suede and calfskin flats'. This .spring they boast the hiyli-style interest fo fancy foot- vear, namely pinked edges, open Imcks and lues, and softening boas: nViked-'iookin,';' NEW YORK —I NEAI-Whom you may .suspect us Ijeiuu l.otisia M. Alcott's little ttomt-u in Ihe Ka.s- ter parallel will be tci'ii-agei's mil In smii!-jai-keteel. rull-skirlcd ilres- «cji and suits lo look like tlial. Ili-iyht rolori-d woolen.s ni'o ioe<l with while collars, culls uurt eape- lel.s—llnKerie tonuhes whicli remoyf like hankies Irom iJockets for easy huimlei'lni;. Ilnke Qimker i-ollars of j)i<iue and fnille make two-tinun-s of .sfvecal \\-colon clny-tiuu 1 di-fs- .so.s by nnbnttoniiiK and turninii sleeveless fashions into lea-tim t . frocks. Casual dresses in jtinior- belovi'd nav>'. liclt;o, Meliy i;tven. .vht;ok reil :uul paic pink and blue have i-yeK'l embroidery dlckit'.s and crl.s)) ^plqui 1 necklini'r.s that IH- In In evpniiH; iluies. I In- clii-ktnti styli's no into leather-;:ivini; lab- i irs -satin i 1 ; toi>s - and arc as cut's whisker bows, Thorn's no wlillt on one Milt-dress out becmi.'ie It ti'ams np two .-:a;;etlUB colors und fallows Ihe mnv i-urvi'd llii« of fashion it is as iiuicli liked by young jnniurs as lelepluuie numlwra unit |il:iinoKraph riTcuds. DeslBned by Kmtly U'ilkcns, tills siilt-ilrcss hns a l)uitoned-ii|> pale pink Jnokct with a M-iilluiu'il ('due, mill It fits us sniijily ;is paper on u wall above a vi ry lull K'ay woolen skill. Many Mills w iu maivlt In Hie Baxter parade with their own conl compainoiis - u muxe yoiuiB tilings look as soifin-e as tile bust-dressed t'.rnwn-iips. Tii,. eonls ure boxy, !;ack-b?lti'<l or st'ini-fitled. und nvc di'.sii;iH'd lor wear us estra wraps ovi'v O.IOX.M-.V (Jin- of the snappiest ensembles sliown In the Junior Miss collect ions cuinbines a ilouble- breasicd soft dn'Mmukoi- still ol sucilc-linislu'd wool In putty beltse and a color-iwhmi\l coaenman- siyli'it coal. On lln< duiible-bi'pn.strd eoai uLV duplicated ihe double row "i brass buttuns that inmvh HI"' Wi-sl 1'oijits'rs across the front of the suit's jacket. LOOK! THIS LARCE ' SIZE JAR of MOROUNE PetroleiMii JeMy for mtiuir Ijiirna—cuts, Lr WHAT ARE YOU SAVING, MAN 1 THAT r,H CONVII4CCD WOWi MR. TMW VOUR MUGIlfEB ! TOPAV UKDEE THD WAS Of TOW LA K 1 :- PERtWP* HERE IH U!» SORK I WW BELIEVE Y IN THAT CASEiSIR, X IP WE tX»T A WORD OF IT! I WILL GO NOTLtfur \ WAR I H/Wt TOUNP j SOMEWHERE THE REAL S WRY. SIM, MY CAUGHT? R!/ EW f ASSO MAY Bp IN / MAY ALWAYS ._. % NEt!D OF YTXJR LOVINS/ WONDER If HS X \ CWJ HOWEVER- / COULD-HAVB .._ l« lit T W(Z THOJ* fttST TWO .VEAS«! \Vt$ wurapuKB.ro Kt'il'.s (iutirdiiiii BY FRED HARM AN iscwiciniE*. j^ns"? 7 ?^ 5KF.lMiEiU.IT tO/ l^fe^^ <_Lt All IV.5 fWM.- . A ^Jt => * f' *» HEK-V IK mr KESS. OM \ A vi AW. TO J >m in ilnlioiiH. Aidit AND ONLY 1O< SUIT DICKEYS 1.98 Traditional Fashionable Dickeys "^uuul-in" for bloiis- t^.s, In rayon ciepe with tuckcil bosoms or feminine 24.75 t. 29.75 Oh "CERTAIN DAYS" - Of The Month? Touchy? On Edge? A'Bit Blue'? This Great Medicine Helps Build Up Resistance Against Such Distress! Do female functional monthly disturbances niakc you feel so restless, nervous, tired, 'dragged out', perhaps a bit blue at such times? Then Iry famous Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symploins] Pinkliam'a Compound DOBS MORE lhan relievo such monthly cramps, headache, backache. It also relieves nccom- fi llhyiIlg weak, lired. nervous feel- igs— of such nature. It has a joothing effect on one of woman's most important organs. Thousands Of W*m*n Helped Taken Umiaut the month— Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. It's also a great stomachic tonic. Thousands upon Ihousands of girls and women have reported remarkable benefits after taking ,£5>y Pinkham's Compound. \Ve urge that you. too. should B'ye this great medicine a fair mid honest trial! VEGETABLE COMPOUND Radios Repaired Auto - Electric We Pick Up and Delivet Just Received! Electric Phonographs Willi Automatic Record Changer. 12 Ten Inch Records. Ten 12 Inch Records. $49.95 CITY RADIO REPAIR 324 Fast Main Phone. 2407 The classic snil — ivilh ils collar and lapels ami unlamperecl' sleeves — will always lie i Injte. Its' ekift is slim, unfussy ! Effective in twills aiul worsteds. Fashion's suit lias the cardigan neckline, winged sleeves, tapered waisl. More often belled \han not, lo prove your waist is small ! Pastel woolens and smr.r; worstob. Your Easter Coat $19.75 -$29.75 Your New Coat is cloiin-lined, or cHngingly feminine! 1'astcls hrinht or sublel. Neutrals wilh <juk>l elegance! Soft wcxilens und worsteds! Sizes 9 to 20. EASTER WOMEN'S MILLINERY FINERY 2-98 SPRING DRESSES *' \^ You'll looli .so gay in your hrijjhl New lionnot! Lovely, romantic. Spring Hals gay witii rilihons, hritfhl willi flnwcrs, aliiirinjf wilh veils, lo make you lovely, :ind (his ICasU'r a lime to rememher Always! Girls Hats 98c-2.98 Fniiciful designs llinl provoke a smile. Florals— great big ones or dainty lilllo oncs^ — merry wilh color! Prints, effective on slim-dark grounds, pastels or apriiig-into-suinihter while! 9-20.' or Easter Gifts and Accessories/ _ Dress-Up Brown-and-Whites.. Sparkling for Spring From tilt; Fashion v.iis'cs to You — come these New, Sparkling, Hrown-aml- Whito Leather Shoes! Walk Through Spring in open, Closed, Hounded, or Fringed Toes; Low, Medium, Party- Tligh Heels; IVimy-Priced for Budget Comfort! 3- M ... Or shine in your wardrobe like a dark star! Gay simulated leathers conve in red, green, navy, or luggage, to harmonize or contrast with your costume. Handsome plastic grain leathers are dressy in the generous pouch, the efficient envelope, or the spill- proof top-zipper styles! Lustrous, gleaming plastic patents have rich shell or plastic handles,.delightful shapes,^ magnificent size*! How , dashing they look!-How right they are . fori every ' tpring Vcosruntt! 2.981. 4.98*

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