The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 2, 1951
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Men to Come into Own This Season with New And Masculine Cottons Grttt strides have been made this ccason in styling clothes for men in new and unusual cottons. TTicse textured cottons ar« being featured for men's sportswear, town wear and for evening clothes. They are woven in weights that make them ideal for practically every season, with the exception of winter. < With the unpredictable weather experienced in almost every part of the country during the past year rind with extremely hot days showing up late In the fall, rnenswear types of wrinkle-resistant cotton suitings should answer definite style needs. Variety of Pa derm These cottons come in a variety of patterns including district checks, muted plaids, Inltersalt checks, and with plains color co-ordinated to the patterns. Unusual color .schemes are a feature, some a far cry from the usual cta.ssic type of colors selected by men. National Cotton Council fashionist.s reveal. Colorful harmonies are particularly smart in the active sportswear group, Shirts by Cisco are shown in rich platcis and stripes inspired by Indian madras colorings. Emphasis is. placed on the yellows, bricks and earlthy brown colors, with plaids coordinated to these for walking shorts and slacks. Other snort outfits include faded blue denim Blacks ensembleri with shirts In vivid bandanna - type printed cottons, Wrinkle-resistant sailcloth is used to make sporU separates In navy | and burnt rust. These separates may • be mixed and matched to one's own ; needs and include sailing shirts, shorta and sailing stacks, Talfcrsall Checks ! For daytime, McGregor styles Jackets in tattfirsall antf district checks, which can be combined with plain colored slacks. Sports shirts In the tattersoll check, with how tics to | match, arc also being featured, and I these look smart when worn with a tailored denim Jacket. For evening Jackets in tattersall and tartan plaid by Rudofker are tailored smartly with shawl collars and ensemble perfectly with cummerbunds and ties of black cotton. Men's accessories are being made In these cottons and Include ties, belts, suspenders, garters and caps. Other cottons being featured for mens wear include the ever-popular cord suit made by Ilaspel, ns well as suits in seersuckers, denim and sailcloth. In many cases .these cottons are treated for wrinkle resistance. 'Accent' Rugs Find Many Uses Cotton accent TUBS arc In demand (or many uses In Iho home this .season. Some homeniakcrs like to use the .small size rugs lor entrance mnt-s. They serve n double purixwe. adding a touch of color ai]cj variety and also preventing the tracking of dust through the room. Others use the small sizes as sun porch rugs, Some home decorators hnve found it a smart Idea to use scatter rugs to prevent excessive wear on heavy traffic spots on floors and more expensive rugs. Blouses Provide 'Closet Staple' Cotlon blames are a staple In the closet of every woman whether she i« a homenuker, career girl, or school girl. Blouses nre versatile wardrobe stretchers, for a fresh cotton blouse brings Ihe brightening touch that 1« needed to revive nn old outfit. Pour or five blouses of various types of cotton fabrics, teamed with suits or flkirta, can provide • com-1 plete wardrobe for the school girl or working girl. Tailored cotton blouses In such fabrics M plaid broaddolh. checked ginghams, or] solid oxford cloth combine equally well' with aklrta, jeans or slacks. Feminine, delicate blouses in lighter cottons such as batiste, madras, and lawn cloth add a dress-up note to suits for more formal occasions. Winter-summer temperatures in Madrid, Spain, vary between 10 liind 110 degrees. Read Courier News Clnsslflcd Ads. NOW OPEN CLUB DELTA Formerly Delta Cafe Open 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. Nice Cool Beverages Dancing Every Night Except Sunday D. M. Moore, Mgr. BOUGHT-SOLD-QUOTED Federal Compress & Warehouse Company COMMON STOCK HERMAN BENSDORF & COMPANY 9-10 Commerce Tide Bldg Phone 5-5858 Wed. & Thurs. FREE!AUTOMATIC POP-UP TOASTER Register at Hubbard & Hoke Tuesday, Wednes, or Thursday King Cotton Special 269.95 269.75 375.00 209.95 239.45 399.95 375.00 334.95 279.95 450.00 475.00 Regular 16" GE Table Model Television ... 304.75 12" GE Consolette Television 309.75 17" GE Consolette Television ...'.. 424,95 Model 413 Phiico Range 239.95 Model 407 Phiico Range 339.95 444.95 404.95 364.95 13Cu.Ft. Model 1315 Phiico Refrigerator .... 13Cu.Ft. Model 1312 Phiico Refrigerator ... 11 Cu. Ft. Model 1115 Phiico Refrigerator ... 8Cu. Ft. oo ^ Model NFS GE Refrigerator 329.95 16 Ft. Victor Freezer 484.95 20 Ft. Victor Freezer 524.95 HUBBARD & HOKE APPLIANCE CO TUESDAY, Wednesday & Thursday $ IA Free Merchandise Certificate Register Tuesday -Wed. r - Thursday Mattress & Box Springs Buy Now and Save $ 29 50 312 Coil Spring Mattress with Rose Damask Cover. A regular 49.50 Value Matching Box Springs, Reg. 49.50, 312 Coif A Reg. SOQOO Value Both for Only Upholstery layers locked to the tollsl Ko shifting inlo lumps and hollows! No tufting cords to wear and break! Gentle coil ottion is not tied down! NO OTHER MATTRESS IS MADt THIS MODtRN WAY pletely through Then Ihty'r* locked la th« coitj wllh PADLOK ring Iistr-ntri iho-A-n betow. to preserve maltreji p« .ind tomforl. They can't shift and work Inlo lumps or hollowi. Modern development in construction gives you NEW MATTRESS LUXURY for YEARS ana YEARS! FOR REAL ECONOMY get 1 mattress with Locked-in-Comforl thai slays new ionger f~ an 't 5a g. Won't gel 1'impy. That's because Restonic Triple Cushion Is made a modern, patented. (Jitferettt way for LASTING rumf--' See this marvelous maltreu! Te.-' it! ilarl now to enjoy iu wonderful luxury' AN FOR MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING /> >• r> INVESTMENT IN J_(LlitLn(j Jj.UX.U'CU Other Resfonic Mattresses From 39.50 to 69.50 Chas. S. Lemons Furniture

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