The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 1, 1946
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RIAD ABOUT NEW See Them fa Afrona Stores MUM; rtany a.cpnser.vatiye;.wb- . a ,~ ™ -.s.flr'st season when 1 she cbttm chbbse a sensible sort'of' hat nftd"not'seem"ridleulotis to other women^ For the new hats stress tne comfort and charm -of snug L head fit. Y,et there nre,,.lots. of al* Muring variations on the 'jibnulat* | Ine/ne of weiKprpporlidned fit? and J contour, to pletfsa the'most frivol* "oils;. ' ' .'." •[•:•" ' ' ''- " '-' : Fine-'fefllhersA of every sort adorn many new- fall hats with fe.minine elegancei/Rich ribbons of velvet, grosgrain, satin, taffetrffonfi- nbvelty braids) discreet touches ot fur and jewels; and above'all.i the supple sdftftess of .fine fut* 1 and vjool felts'hiye romance ahd gla- tAour to .plpase the most dlscrim- ijlatingi , •''•'!'.' :. The deepor^ head-hugging crown that reveals 'thei-brow in front and -fits snugly tlow,n at/the back of the hfead is universal',: .Tall versions add an inch onttyo to Minikin won^eh, yet skyscraper cr6wns look decidedly passe. Off-side version^ of the sung deeper, crown, have profile flattery, but the precarious'' forwaid-perched topper look* old. hbt when compared <witli the, gent-'- ly lilted turbans, toques, bonnets •and swagger hats of Fall, 1946j' ' Brims tend to roll and curve, either down to one side or.Up from the face. An! important revival for casual-loving Americans is the swagger hat with 'its s'adcy Slant- * il - . . ••ot "ibbrthets, bre"t6n^, ;and,, 1 pr.Qfije 1 hats.. Even the Ck'va- lieMnsiilfed/bfoadef-lDrim'med hats •tl'fhlmM v>ffK' ; fe'athe'rs ahd plumes 'never. oversteiJvthe.'bouhdaries of, good taste to become theatrically large. . ', liiibrimlessjtypes,for wedr with furs 1 and'high .breeise-derying col-i liars, the turbaft, is';- a favorite. jBlous^'.^e'hsts, tilting', to one side, 'pre a ybUtfifUl favbPife With women of'airagHarjd thei'e/ many. Varieties of oversized! billbox or; •hlOdified toque? silhouettes, worn' either straight on qr..slightly tilted. WnitaSmqke, clearey. and richer ithoiiiias't ^eafe Winter'White, is a .le'ddljigr neutf-al.i, Btown, copper artWiallfsdrts ofie;ai\th "shades rang-' ing from sand^v/beige;'to almost: black are Very good''ibbth alone or in combination. Vivid aidmic blue, forest green, blue spruce, Winter, Olive an'd rich ruby reds make elegant monoton hats or combine attractively with black and neutral shades. For festive wear, oc- CfiSlBnarHafS In'tur'qitbise, ice blue or'-pjhk' trimnied withi gdld, silver ^ndjj'^vhavefgi-eat luxury. ; Popular-priced hats for Juniors and fheit, younger sisters follow tn^ Wends fepbnsored by loading modists but are. even more modi- fled, to, conform, to young tastes. N&b derbies .and fedoras vie with tHeJndiBRensible schoolgirl cloch- es.andjserets' are back with a bang. For sehodltirne, bright blue, red, Handbags Key to Fashions. A handbag for, every 1 -fashion is the rule f or • fall', with' a galaxy of new styles i to be- seen; from, sizeable, serviceable bags in- leather- *• ^to. miniscuie, dainty-'bagB imfabrici i 'The shoulder bag has stood, the test ofdinie and use; proving -itself .eminently .practical and the favor^ ite< castuil. type. It; leaves hands ifi'ee; fan wheeling, tho baby carriage; carrying -packages or; just swaggering nlong In a -free and .en^y stuido. With calf, pigskin and morocco leathers again available, ;thei:shoulder bag may toe chosen :from a variety of colors with handsome, tailored detailing, the shoulder- strapr always adjustable to car.rying, brevity. ThereV are; as well, bags of less stolid design, retaining -simplicity yet. sufficiently soft, in character. to accompany 'the kind of; many- purpose- clothes -so many women weaf through the 'day -and evening. Done in supple-leathers or suede these bags feature . dressmaker draping and other manipulation'— offering spacious interiors With the aid of 'broad bases and convenient fittings. Harmonize , The woman who has a private milliner make hats to conform with her hairdo has a < system, of her own! But the great 'majority of us ready for fail' '-fashions to top our crowning .glories, are. going to have the hairdo restyled to con- "They Ga To And you have never seen .such variety as there,-is in our presentation this seasop. There are, off-the face hats/ pill boxes, bonnets, cloches, berets, Scotties, deep side wall rollers, Hombergs, and feather,trimmed,'crqations—a gorgeous, array", i^v^-^JSyw I ' \ , i • y ( Favored c/^lacl^ gray, smoke white, carmel, la^ "fen, cuban rose and -brown. fcfc green and copper are in the groove and .for extra-special dates, a bonnet or soft velvet beret in sophisticated black or a dreamy pastel is the popular Junior, choice. Trimmings, for the most part, are restricted to simple ribbon bands, and bright feather quills, although', touches of .glitering gold still.shine gayly on many bright young heads: A'MODEL FASHION, the gabar dthe cardigan suit. With it sh carries ihe lufffrable Model Box ii alligator grain: zipper fastened. form to the new millinery sil houette. . * t •<, , The. trend, reveals split faction —one refuses to take down its tiai and'chooses hats which perch tc one side or bonnet-like follow skUl contours." The other faction is m'od ifying hair length anywhere be tween ear lobe and above • the shoulder, with soft, treatmen above the brow. PERENNIAL TURBAN of dark green, white smoke and copper FEJM3[N1N.E<:P;AJ5TEL in- a.:lftO% felt, fringed, A Millinery Design- viriin- wo01«:' robei'ot/St. Mary's crs League creation. blanket fabric—tubbable! One Perfect leads to another at KresensHy's where you sec a.gsJa Falj suit,, selection garpapdine, flann^J, \vpql crepe and, er lovely rios, CROWNING GLORIES! Swirling mink; on elt by.Braagaard. Head- fitting, pillbox in pearly white velvet with simulated aigrettes by the; same creator. Tiny velvet cap called "Doge" by'Harryson because of. its.Venetian inspiration, sequinned riches. flu-mf/v;,. ... • . ^M^JFUL for the sweater STRIPES AT PLAY in Emily Wil- crowd*i;Navy and white jacquardt kens red and white jersey outfit. puliovc^Hyfth designing design' gall lacquer to match is Cutex's / . f i" ' Caa't .'«>•• * . ft.', . when thp W, about "what's new"«thfi$e are the COATS they mean! Beautiful Fabrics Beautiful Styling Beautiful Colors ONE OF A LARGE GROUP ONE OF ALABGE GRpTDP- AT -. ' y " l -^ ' I %'* * ^ -.i*ss>?iliis\ tS **. 3s <i-^t-f.¥fi>

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