The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1946 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 4, 1946
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEV1LLT3 (ATtK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 194G Bonnets Are-Bewitching Glamour Glasses Match Wardrobe Wooden From«s Are Mode To Harmonise With Slab-Sole Cfogs Floral Hats Need Dust Protection Gaily : provocative bonnets will briKhten tli« Eu-fer promenade this year. Pictured (op left to fijlit are -Lilly Dache'^ high-piled, dramatically swiiieil navy plastic mesh toque; Walter Florell's lilm-k and jrhite checked straw, trimmed with black and white ostrich feathers; and a Sally Viclor-rirsigned lllrfloVer bat of geraniums and daisies, rink and yellow rosrs and u jialc green satin ribbon band decorate the gold straw picture hat, lower left. The natural shantung cartwheel, lower right, .bus ' a crown fjaufe and loop of paillelli'd plaid taffcia whiuh matches the gluvcs. Inset is' Mary Ooodfellovi bare-browed, lacquer red straw hat atop a cap cif eyelet-embroidered uutlste ruffles. NEW YORK (NBA)-All set lo blue job is whistle-worthy (or out- prqvoke the boy :rind's "Where 'Hue and not for trhnmlng. -get. that hat?"—either sung—or \vnistlecl~-aro -Easter bon- FANCIF.UL' TRIMMINGS Although most hats created for the .promenade—sailors, poke nets, postillions, 19^0-styletl cloches, dlariehi-like wreatlis—are whimsically done up in fanciful trimmings, nets i'hich this 'spring., weave their witchery witli feathers, flowers, jewels, fruit, lace, straw and shimmering new plastics. -the structure .beneath will not Abie to sustain their gaiety in blush unseen. Even the all-flower the fnce of a glum weather report,hat—example Is Sally Victor's aw "^'ater-proofed plastic ha');, question mark curve, massed with Among other post-war plastics Is' aer.|nHvns and daisies, which ki a-mesh which looks like dye-dipped { sweeps from one check to the clouds capturert by coaxing hands • other temple—: white osl,rich feathers rises froir Walter Florell designed for Sylvia Sidney, A 'Cache-designed, picture hat is outlined by dark veiling llu- bon- color dl thunderclouds and Is brim- roses which trail through a silt bedecked with pink ami yellow Yet it Is more notable for its gold- who wear .specs can now play their little joke on nature by sporting eyeglasses us Biddy, colorful, or gem-studded as the most. „ baubles In llielv Jewelry boxes. Deciding'that It's lilyh lime foi Ihe 30 per cent who wear spees lo come out from behind their dejection and hopefully "Invisible" frames, a New York optician offers a coinplete turnabout in design Frames once so reticent that nt best they hoped nobody would no- lice them are now glittering prlma donnas yelling for attention. To turn the handled}) of Ing glasses into n high-style nclviin- liifc'e, you cnn hnvc a wardrobe ol spectacles—in GYCIV inenning of the word—and rafiny or these come equipped with detachable lenses to fit Into frames that suit your fancy. 1 If the new wardrobe idea strikes your funcy, you would sip. your 'morning coffee—and we aren't kidding—In negligee spectacles, framed 'with a dreamy shade of Incite chofien to match your peignoir or mules. Von could, If you wanted o carry this whimsey further, give ou specs a cozy little hotne in quilted sntln case, custom-made 0' matc:i you negligee. But enough of their d e luxe loaf- ng. Up and out for the day, you voiild exchange your VjoiKloir specs "or a pair framed \vlth brown, forest green, cloud pink or two-toned ihcll, color-ensembled with your day's duds. These even come in notching mother - and - daughter styles. The new idea is that the roung-fry can have as many gay .pecs as their Mummies, the theory of matching design being that lil- tle complexes are ironed out this way before they become full-fledgud and troublesome. Thus, the wearing-of-the-specs becomes a fashion- gnme rather than a burden for ooth daughter and mother. To turn heads on the beach, you can wear spectacles with wooden frames which match the slab soles of your clogs or dark blinkers rimmed like Victorian hand-mirrors with keepsake seashclts. For a night on the town you can have black frames dotted with rhlnestones or flesh-colored whim-' sles studded with gold natthends. These eyelet Batiste trimmed Juniors made in linen weave rayon. ... $10.98 each. struck straw. Hat and trimming make cquull> Insistent claims for whistles for : lacquer red straw hat, designed b; Mary Goodfeltow. which she sel.s -•MJtS. THORNTON: Hat-wtoe. When flowers on a hat grgw'tlr-S 1 looking from wilt, soil'or a! .osi'i-crush, they lose their .popu-: idly us quickly as a corsage *o( •oh posies which hav e gone, a •ei-k past their prime, liin you can keep this woebegone look off artificial flowers. f first protective step, says Mrs. \V:iU»T Thornton—she's the pretty style-wise wife of the model mail —is to provide the hat with a hat- slatut and a l>ox ample enough to vt> po.sifs plenty of room., Uefore you put your hat away, fl»:k off the dust which flowers have picked up and for that use a whisk broom. But go- easy with Ui t . brush, warns Mrs. Thornton, or you'll wreck fragile flowers. , Tissue paper, she says, tucked under and around flowers when you put your hat away, keep - the droop out of stems and discourages petals from curling up their toes. if petals curl up In spite of this care. Mrs. Thornton's trick, of "ironing 1 - them out is to hold her hat at a safe distance from a steaming kettle while she fingers blossoms back into shape. -shows its underly- I nt°P. a peasant-styled ruffled , cap whlch , 1C to(ln used by Lilly Dnche to sh'aPe ' i»g straw structure. An arc of of eyelet embroidery. ' thnt match it: . it into dimpled poufs which hiaki black and while straw saltbr which her high-hat tocjuclte. This navy- the rear so as not to obscure a str while Plaid ribbon loops, scquin-studd- Gd to wink fiery eyes at the spectators' gallery, play second fiddle to a natural shantung straw hat. This casualty of the war. back in fine fettle, is used by Laddie Northridge to make one of the | biggest cartwheels of the se-.ison, ms with taffeta xlov plaid ribbon trim. Or if you want to ensemble eyeglasses with jewelry, you cun wear massive gold or silver frames with ineh-wicln paddle temples. Uubreakr: able Incite frames for wear with matching bonnets come in shocking pink, flame red and all the .other color-card shades which hang thl's spring on millhuTS' work-room walls. LIME RASPBERRY FROZEN DAIQUIRI ICE AQUA FUDGE JOE ISAACS, Inc. PHONE 3331 223 WEST MAIN with ll\c "young, reborn freedom, llio imreprcsscd gaicly and femininity n hrighl, new iinnnur. And every pair is Kil-Tcslcd.* / t $ f f f f 't Whether 'you turn sportsman or homc-handyman in your spire time, you'll want a few of these smartly patterned T-Shiits to teim with your sportshirts\nd slacks. They're well designed in va:iety"of stripes and patterns. (We have Jem inspirited 'solid "shades, too.) Knit to fit from fine cotton yarns in famous Wilrc-:i Brothers style. R. D.HUGHES & Co. 310 W. Main Phone 2721 It's New! It's Different! It's Here! "BOYLASTIC" LUGGAGE For Your. Foster Vacation Trip A new creation in smart lugffuge by BOYI.E makers of the world's finest luggage anil leather foods since 1851. Note These Special Features! • Sturdy—Built to take punishment. • Smart—well designed and finished. • Beautifully Lined. • Good Locks and Hardware. 21 21 inch TJOYLASTIC HAG — all leather — strongly reinforced. Hichly lined. ' $24.50 inch BOYLASTIC —in sturdy fiber— Green and navy colors. Ueautifully lined. $24.50 The Family Shoe Store 312 West Main Phone 2342 Here Are Other Good Luggage Buys! Hro\vn Leather Sleeper Plane Hag—by "BOYLE/ 1 Zipper Closure— SI'T-SO Waterproof Compartment • • , Hrcwn Fibre Pullman Bap: S2I..JO ' 2 Suiter Wardrobe Kaf? $26.40 Men's Solid Leather 2 Suiter S36..|fi Ladies Hrown Leather Dressing Case $17.50 Men's Fitted Dressing Case $21.50 21 Inch Mela) Hapr SI 2.75 All Metal Locker Trunks $15,15 » All above prices plus Federal Tax. JOE ISAACS, Inc. Phone S331 223 West Main St. • Buy SIX PAIRS ape! get the Guarantee j ^ Certificate.' v • 6 months' wear or six new pairs free. • Knit proportioned to f:t small, average .md j K. large size man. V " r? • Laundry uried and approved. \ IMPORTANT: Buy I Hi Sacks According to ibc She. Shoe lie Wears. JOE ISAACS, Inc. Phone 3331 22H West Main St.

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