The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE TWO ALGONA FAIL, 1946 v<'- YOUR DIAMOND'S BRILLIANCE depends more on quality than size. Even a high price is no assurance of high value unless you are familiar With diamond quality. Let us help you understand the difference in the quality of diamonds. Come in »ml have a talk with our diamond expert. There is no obligation, DIAMOND SOLITAIRE S 100 A fire-flecked diamond cn- gaKemcnt rin|j she's r.urc to cherish for its overlnstiny . beauty. Syn-Kro-Nized COSMETICS Give your natural loveliness entrancing beauty,. .with these fine coimetics which glorify your own (kin tones and compliment each other, 55f to $1.00 Face Powder with Matching, Foundation Creme or Lotion Cleansing Crem* Hand Creme • Night Cr*m* Lipstick with Matching Creme or Dry Rouge Skin Freshener • Lotion* Shampoo* • Cologne* Deep south night. .. cypress shadows, clouds across the moon. The-mood captured in Gay Patfon's 'A.^ soft steallno sweetness. Clair de Lune. Gay Patton, "Exquisite Toiletries" Perfaro 93.50, 86.50, $12 $1.50, |2.50, $3.50 flu* ltderal ucl» LUiBYTGIDi ORUGS - ^ PAINT'- 'PAona 4-7? FOUNTAIN SET fascination In the pood tweed suit and shoulder- strap liandbng: Jn the powder-pact vanity wtih Lenlnc'rlc's yummy Tweed scent. Voluminous Sleeves, Superb Fabrics, Opulent Accents Mark Every Kind of Fashion skirt, length, There full is the ballerina jersey or crepe "skirt with orf-the-shoulder blouses or sweater blouses, worn with little kid ballet slippers. Those are the favorite fashions for the young and gay. Never has there been more wool in Fall evening collections than this season, and always the tendency- is Cowards lighter weights. Draping has become <a fine art informal fashions. Tucks and soft The Fall fashion picture is full of surprises—and coats are in the lead. Silhouette variety spices Fall coats. Fitted waistlines make news in softly treated style. They vary from the high-fashion Trench coat, with its huge collar, fitted waist, important rcvers and pockets, to the full swinging topper, with a deep collar and wide, fur-banded cuffs. Toppers for clay and evening are many-styled. The., floor length, wool coat is still restricted, but wool evening wraps arc to toe found in shorter lengths made formal by the use of braiding and embroidery or velvet accents. Toppers show fullness throughout—• whether fitted or swinging free. • .'•' Full sleeves give the newest look to coat . . . melon, lantern, leg o" mutton and bishop . . .and yokes and drop shoulders'vary the classic pattern. •'. • Belted daytime, three-quarter length, double breasted coats, with deep rovers—and single breasted, regular sleeve, belted types, with full pleated skirts—are news. There are many collarless dressy coats, with huge bands of fur used at the bottom of a full skirt that flares from a filled waistline. These coats have wide fur bands on open flaring sleeves. Soft-surfaced coatings are in the trend for Fall, and richness of color gives added elegance. Some novelties are shown—and .black, brown, winter blue and the rich foliage reds and spruce greens will be volume colors. While wines and off-whiles are slill popular,' 1 and have been given varying fur treatments. The tendency of furs to go blond gives beige, grey and off- while woolens added impetus. Suils follow the same varied trends . . . They are in pencil slim, slriclly tailored, or soft dressmaker types, with accent on sleeves. Many suits have a baggy, loose look^round.the.waistline . . . loose sleeves, with larger arrrihole's "of course, novelty -buttons and interesting, collar and pocket details. There are envelope sleeves—kimono sleeves—push ups—dolmans —and sleeves that are bloused with a tailored ci|ff. Fabrics are'laking on a silky look, and Ihe newest woolens show n fondness for sleek surfaced flan- nels'or silky broadcloths, in the new, "rise and shine" trend in all fabrics. That little -wool dress is in every category; in jersey, crepe, gabardine, flannel, fine worsted and tweed; in the daytime, semi-sports, and sportswear class. For luncheon, .daytime and town wear, it. comes in crepes, sheers, hard and soft worsteds and woolens. Royal blue with black—silver buttons with grey wool—gold with brown—and gold kid belts with brown—and gold kid belts with brown, black and beige—as well as gold nailheads used in fine linos and much more carefully and discreetly than the sequinsand glitler of Ihe preceding season—all are part of the dress picture. Dressy afternoons show "V" and sweetheart necklines. Scallops and cowl are new neck treatments, anj sleeves are bracelet length, pushed up, full sleeves, fla-ing open sleeves, or the very smart three-quarter sleeve with the leg o- mutton top. For evening, the dressy tail- leur with a long slim skirt, has assumed great importance . . . high neckline, long sleeves, with 'a lowered waistline and longer jacket as center of interest. Black and beige, grey and dregs of wine are the new dress-up suit colors. These wool tailleurs are not only very smart but very practical, and are highlighted by bead embroidery, touches of velvet, giving that "touch of Venus" called "elegance." Evening clothes are in two distinct trends . . . full and bouffant or slim with a slight train to the PALE LOVELINESS irt an off-white wool coat with broad rCvers, tiny waist, and dressings en6ugh to scrve'as an evening gown accompaniment! Dramatic^ button accents arc the B.G.E, Originates In black with srold metal filagree. SHORT SHORTIES, Frcnchy as French can be; all bandsewn • in washable doeskin by Kislav. dressmaker folds are important hip details with occasional harem drapery tight across the back, and falling : soft front drapery,' tied, SpfTT, SHAPES iw a bujfo>i),da,wn jy SWH, "jmttmHR. •IWi~*lrlSf.y*< nneT woven wnTi spun Du Pout A. Collar and cuffs of Persian on 100% wool -with slenderizing trapunlo yoke. $98.50 , B. Curving line! of braid lead the eye to the new, fuller sleeves. $69.75 In our complete new (collections you'll find ! the size and style for y«u, F«r nvtrfljjf, women-difficvltts fit-thril|lnfl n«w arrival* beautifglly styled by Sterling. CHRISTEN SEN'S V^n. il I *5? I ||iI m.^j;tmM\. %! "Algona's style Center" THRU THE WINDOWPANE i>laid> conic light and dark tones of Sa- cony-Fulura. Dirndl fullness to the skirt, vest-like silhouette to . the: jacket. i,. pullet 'tKrough' a^'panoi 6r^6Tcied : skillfully in front, or caught softly in the. back to cascade almost to the hemline. There is, one might say, more figure consciousness, and drapery must accent gopd lines and. not detract. Often the skirt is split from hem lo just below the-knee, giving the illusion of a still more slender line. ' " » ' All through the war the peasants In the «loV6 districts were busy. The Kiflftv Ffleto?y_ «,, Mlllnti, France,"w'aTthe ceritfer depot for the Underground. While the workers were forced ,to fhake gloves 46? Ihg derfflanS^thiy , Vie1d( b&ck tl»fij«|" 6S lt'* hid thefh. ,This was ve._ •ottsr but-they* wanted?, the can WOrnett ^vh6 so loVed ' fcxdtjngr; ln.tr a nc4a lilli; rlgeiilus completes youf , ^ •'. *"; . . / c£nTingj;and; going . . . with » ''"' " ' -'• ' •' ' •• ' back. Luxurious, in. " ' ' '" " ''*" "'' CHRIST

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