The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1946 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 4, 1946
Page 15
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THURSDAY, APRIL <i, 194C Blue and Gray for Tots Para'de BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)'COURIER NEWS hildren's Clothes Are Smoothly Styled ut Still Easy on the Laundry Bill Weekly Chore Time Insures Good Grooming cllliij! :isl(l ( . one rvonlng n week for rlotlie.s-rrpalr may soimil like lakliiB time out lor drill), chores. Hill Uicy )>:iy O if in B oo<l gi'Ooin- Ins. unit few run I'soupo Hie chores il tlic uliii is to luok conststeiH- ly yonv tin-lop bi>sl. Not even the Hollywood girls run docile Hit 1 nuisiuuY of personal upkeep, llin l)ce:iuse II's « chore, unmjr of Hie slavs ai'e ingenious al niMkiiu; fliort cuts. Vnllli <"Vomit; widow"! Domerctie, for InstiHK'c, menus \vllh an iron when pieXsixt-on lupe will make repairs For reinforcing unit casy-ineiul- of unu lingerie line, she l'lr«(, .stur- dies mid irons 11 lace scrap Inlo place under the teiu. After Hint ini'tHliim i.s a cinch, she suys. Her trick 10 keep slit .scums In clothes from breaking out s to pick up broken threads with i fine sle.el crochet needle, picked ' ip. she ties the muchlne-stltclieil thread to the one hi her ne«tle \l both ends of the suvved-ii)) .spill. Faith passes on as more llme- nnd liibor-.siivers the tricks of sew- on butlons so Hint they'll hold for Kooil. On lilonse fronts mid cliffs, she sews baby-slued billions on the opposite side of tup billions, pluccil hole for hole, Oil suit Jackets and coats which have .slmnkless buttons, she improvises shanks bc- cnuse, she says, they hold better and iirevent friction with tidjric. To muke u shank, I'll!!)! says stick a uin ilnoiiftli the fnbrle from Hie inside, and sew ovi'i II utid \vl»<l i thread uroiind It as you much your billion, when you Itnlsh. remove pin, / PAGE FIFTEEN-,. |; Celluloid was (U'vel(i])ed by i> New York printer who \viis I lying to win an awurd from a bfUturd Ijnll jiuiiuilacliirer who sought u si|l>- sttliiti' for ivory. ram flow's Kastrr p:n -:U\K will include such fashion-wise outfit* us the yrolean-styled, siis|]cn.l,-i-skirlc-il K ra)- wool suit, left: anil caltarkss, avy wool topper, drrorativcly slilcheil on sleeves and pockets, center, y( "" l n * lrls like ""' •'"'PI'" 1** nil the buy's ijr.iy lui-ert i:lon ju<-kcl rumblned with colorful sliirl, h«w *' "''* P' 5 "'-)'^"! navy dress, tie and flannel sborls. string-drawn at ncokliiio and waist. NEW YORK iNEA)—This Easier best bibs and tuckers on Pram u\v will IKW on the one hand to lildren's love of novelty and on other to mothers' insistent <le.~ and.s that smart ducts must also s clever dirt-dodgers or have a nflinUy for the waslltub. Aiming to pfense 031 bom counts •e navy bine and grey suits for -to-C-year-old tykes and their ttle eirl friends of the same ten- ¥ r aEie. The suit for Sonny can be pint-sized copy of pop's all- urpose woolen or it can .be an ton which teams a gray-mixture veed with a pair of navy blue unnel .shorts, n colorful cotton jorts shirt and a parade-stopping 'urple Lipstick Is for Exotics Only danger of a two-dark Up- j ,Ick on a young |>irl whose back- 1 lilk to teacher or mother is "But| I've got- on practically NO make|l»" is that neither is convinced. She can b c as riyhl. as rfitn, but lomehOM- a glaring Hash of deep | lolor on her lips gives the wrong Impression. bow tie. For his daily change of wl) | te polka-dot-nnd is string- shirls. Sonny mny' be able to boast drawn nl Iiec kline and waist to a bigger pile in his bureau drawer whoop up the curves than his dad. . I-ittle glamor t.als In this aae Por those American best-dre.s- bracket can wow the pfi-tuilS ^s-llttle .1,1, in that, ripe old Bank on Easter morning in a Ty- f 1 ' b ™ c ^ 1 , <? f ? «' 'VT f rolean-styled grav woolen suit er toats u ' iU look likc thclr &* m ' wbich has a pleated skirt hitched Or0vls m <" hefs '. ^"P 1 for slw - A to suspenders, appllqued with red sc ° o|) rm ' lllllp '"shion-plaies w a felt, doo-dads. collatless to])pcr In navy blue or r^,. , , . , , red Shetland which lias .saddle- Dirt-dodging navy woolens or. crepe makes the chic and scrvice- sllolll < lcl ' s - like 'hose of Hie sophisti- able dress on which the Juniorcates, buttons nil the way up, and Miss can ring In Her changes ofhas w-o-n-rt-e-r-f-u-l stitching ravr^r'^ng 1 ^^'TJ2>™ »'«" S ."«, on slash pockets for the navy, however, is yoked (0 r sma11 hflmls to with print—best-loved i s red and pride. Those people • who can wear the dark red and purple shades of lipstick are women of exotic coloring whose entire make-up -and dress are as sophisticated as their rouge. Not able to qualify as one of these is the young girl whose best makeup effects are the natural ones and whose dress is tlie most appealing when it is simple and youthful. The best choice of lipstick shade to clinch this effect is a clean. bright red or a flower-fresh pink. Even fuchsia shades arc ruled out by nmke-iip counsellors who give teen-agers advice. I To make matching hatpins'. | stitch a. tiny pouch of fell or ribbon, stuff it with cotton to pad il a little, and sew securely to an ordinary lintpin. Then attach a tiny posy or a matching ribbon loop with your needle ami thread n "The Crucifixion I5y .John Stainer Will be-Presented by the Blytheville Choral Society Undo- (ho Direction of Jli'f. Diillon 0. Kowlstun Mrs. Murray Smnrl, Organist SUNDAY, APRIL 14 at 4 p. m. in the First Baptist Church NO ADMISSION CHARGE v The program will b« broadcast over Station KM IN as a public, service feature This Advertisement Sponsored by PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., INC. Wade Furniture Co. Phone 3122 112 West Main Street We've the key to your kingdom—the open sesame to your dreams. Whether you have *me room or a dozen, whether you're starling from "scratch" or' looking for one special something new to, enhance your home for (he spring . . . you'll find at WADE'S the happy solution to youf needs. Here you'll find an array of styles which we believe is without an equal in Ihis section . . . and all of it a I very-easy-on-t he-budget prices. You're welcome to use our budget payment plan for purchasing. Spring-Filled Livingroom Suites You need nof sacrifice style for comfort in your new living- room suite—ours are all spring-fined and you'll find many • happy combinations of beauty and comfort. Suites f classic simplicity that will blend beautifully with cither classic or odern pieces. They're amply proportioned , . . with genuine (hardwood frames . . . and beautifully tailored in rich velours, tapestries, mohair and brocntelles . . . your choice of colors... Add New Occasional Pieces! Brighten up you rrooms for Spring with a smart center table, an end (able or two-. . .a new comfortable chair'or rocker . . . add a midern mirror ... or a colorful picture. We can offer you any inexpensive suggestions. It's Time to Get Your Home Ready for the Summer Weather! You'll be "kicking yourself" if you wait for the unsufferable heat of dog gays to overtake you before "doing something about it." ACT NOW! Gel yourself some comfortable outdoor pieces and be ready to enjoy the hot weather out-of- doors. A new shipment has just arrived, and samples arc now being shown in our show windows. Better choose .yours now! Make Your Livingroom Fresh as a Daisy A STUDIO COUCH Will Serve a Dual Purpose . . . A smart comfor( able livingroom piece (ha( can be quickly made up into a restful double bed when the occasion demands. They're Spring Filled Your Choice of Colors The bousing shortage anil today's congested living quarters akcs this livingroom group of spectacular importance. The studio couch is of full spring .construction, with thick, restful mattress cushion. Smartly designed and nicely tailored in long wearing tapestry covers. USE WADE'S CONVENIENT TERMS FEINBERGS FASHION SHOP 315 West Main St. Blytheville Ark. •"•> > w* —-linal^ v< «r5rir. r - M5 44 to*39 95 Suits you'll live in ... for Ksisler iintl after! Softly curved and sn feminine. See tlioir sweet. fitted jackets, iiiujicd in waists, rounded shoulders and hip lines . . . definitely suits you'll love on aifcht. Fashion frcsli llmm}>'h ICasler and Springtime. And yours al Jiudi'-el happy prices ... at I-'ICINIMCIUJS. l c 'olk.s, they're really lops! Spring Fashion Extras You'll find our store blooming with lovely fashion extras. Blouses, Dickies, Purses . . . American beauties, all of them, smartly yours for Easter and spring at FEINBERGS—the store that specializes in style, on a budget. BEAUTIFUL BLOUSES . . . Cottons, Crcj)cs Tailored and Dressy Styles . . . and Jerseys V S 4 'CLEVER DICKEYS Filmy Heautfes tip SMARTLY STYLED BAGS A large and varied selection choose from — lOach one S Tops in Style ............ Plus I-Vderal to .!)i) The Easter Hat Para'de! [fomanlic is the word for Easier hats! I.ush and lovely with flowers and lacy straw . . . prim in the Victorian mood ... or angelic with filmy veiling! This year's Easier bonnets have both heart and eye appeal . . . and there's the perfect one for yon, here and now! Come in today and see the most glamorous collection that, ever, graced an Raster parade. Smartly and so inexpensively yours from the Store that stars fashion . . . al your price! at FEINBERG'S $2.99 up

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