The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1951 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 21, 1951
Page 11
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVTLLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Moccasins Are Back As Knockout Wear Boys Do Make Passes at Girls \Wearing Glasses "Men seldcun make passes at girls who wear glasses." Dorothy Parker's quip of many years ago, is unheeded by the modern high-school girl, according to Dr. Elmer M. Soles, director ot the Department of Public Information of the American Op- tomctrlc Association. Optometrists find that the IHSS oT this generation has a ,s«ner and more constructive point of view than her mother had. he said. She knows that seeing is important, *nd If she needs glasses she wears tbem. "An objective of optometrists, as well »s of the optical industry, is to provide frames which enhance rather than detract from a girl's appearance," Dr. Soles said. "It is not unknown for girls to seek at" tractive frames with plain lenses Just to have glasses to wear for adornment, like ft string of beads •r attractive earrings. "However, good vision is a serious matter Mid the lack of U Is a major cause of school fnilxire. Proper care of vision should be encouraged by every possible means." SHAPING SWEATERS While sweaters are still ne-w and •nstretched by wew. try outlining them on paper »*• a K«ide lor shaping Ifiter on. That favorite campus classic, the Norwegian moccasin, will be going back to school all over the country ugain this fall more popular tluvn ever among the high school and college crowds, according to the National Shoe Institute. Still the pet o; boys and girls alike, U will be seen most often ii; its original version, though nou Lhere tu - e many variations even for tne younger crowd with embossed patterns n vamps and occasional silver buckles Another new version lor fashion conscious youngsters which may well become a fad. has ft vamp of red wool tarton. For dressy occasions the moccasin has been done in patent leather. It is as comfortable as the traditional type and makes a good looking dancing slipper to be worn on those occasions calling for the young man to don his "tux." College giris who ait: i^. uevoced 10 the moccasin—or "pronto?" as they arc called on some campuses —will find them available in red and green leathers as well -as in the conventional brown, lending opportunity for matching with costumes. This year Lhe moccasin will appear m" -slightly changed silhouette for girls. Ii will be high in front and low at the sides, with pert little tabs at the heels. Another interpretation has long leather thongs which wrap criss crossed around the c*lf. There also is a wedgic version. Whatever the treatment, the moccasin promises -to be the students 1 Number One choice to knockabout in. FOR CAMPUS DRESS—Shirley Barksdalc looKs over » pair of Zellner's more sophisticated, offerings in a pair of black *uede opera pumps by Jolene. Styled especially for campus wear are oxford types by Oldmuine. Zellner's, specializing in popular priced shoes for juniors, trill'also feature a new line. Starlet by Debs, this, fall. GIVE HIM COMB A pocket comb, with Its own leather case, is one handsome way to give junior proud incentive to keep his hair neatly I througout the school day. combed DAUGHTER CURED One mother cured her grade school daughter of biting her nulls by promising her a professional manicure if she refrained from bit- ins tliem for two weeks. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. 3951 Health TaB Aids Child Parents Urged to Keep Accurate Record; Will Prove Valuable Later School health • authorities win bless you 11 you keep an accurate health record o( your child. So in fact will officials ol camps, boarding schools, clinics and any other organized 'groups which may find such information useful to the care or attention they may bo culled upon to Rive your child. Tncre is one sure wuj ui keeping accurate records, Write down each Illness, each Inoculation, each trcnUvi-' --'•". it ocauiv. JNO ,:uv.w *u inuKe a lolly iLcord. But when the doctor gives r. vaccine or toxoid. the Tact can be recorded quite simply. What type of vMcinc has been given should be noted carefully because this information will be'important U) anyone treating the chll'l Inter. Wise mowers also will keep not« of visits to the dentist lor semi-annual inspection, and check'-ips o' vision by the eye doctor, as reminders to have these regular examinations made on schedule. If your child is of school iib'C and you have not kept such » health record, check back with your doctor and get all the information you cito down on his health record cnrd. Such records are of invaluable service now, and also later, when your child is grown and has a family of his own. Then, if his child contracts a disease, he'll know whether he himself has had it, »nd Is therefore immune. A small card file is a handy mean* o£ keeping the whole family health record up to date. As seen in SEVENTEEN \ -Collar Pin-Up", simply perfect for, campus wear . . . you'll love it in Cooper Beijr* or Brown Beige. Budget wise, tew, at only . - . I back to school with fashions in shoes from For those many "coTte dates" at school... an Old Maine Trotter in Brown or Camel. Many other wonderful styles- to choose from. 9.98 You're sure to like this Starlet Deck number in Elderberry, Bittersweet, and Goldfinch Kid. Also available in Black and Brown Suede. DIAL 3362 7.98 SI j kjini. &*v*~ j- —^-^^ iftfeOE^ 5 A Hollywood inspired pump by Jolene. . . versatile and flattering for every event on your campus schedule. Lovely black. suede. 202 W. MAIN Blytheuille, Drkunsns 9.98

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