The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 27, 1963 · Page 7
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New Spring Modes Young, Feminine By UICIE NOEL PARIS (AP)—Paris spring and summer styles—chic, sharp and crips for daytime, glamorous as the shadows lengthen—were revealed with the publication of fashion photographs. The new Paris modes give a new feeling of security. They're young, feminine, flattering and full of news. Biggest spring feature is the sleeve story. They're long, tight and bracelet-length for daytime, or draped in a side cowl derived from the kimono for any hour. Come evening, they are jewelled or scattered with re-embroidery and jeweled raised organdy flo- rals. Cape-sleeved coats appear at Chez Heim. The set-in suit sleeve with a slight puff make headlines at Dior. Floor length Japanese geisha girl sleeves stop traffic at Ricci. There is the big suit news, too. Pointed cape shawls are an intrinsic part of the suit jacket and of every length. The idea is developed for later in the day, in dark crepes and prints, too. White organdy calls the tune on navy blue at Saint-Laurent's. Wing collars and cuffs and saucy chin- concealing ascots dress up simple basics. The jumper dress conies into its own, emerging after years of neglect. Yves does them in prints and plain, varying his theme. Large tie silk twill patterns are in his spring picture, shown on foulard fabric. They're seen at other houses, too, and will be the big thing in Paris, come sunshine. To compensate covered kneecaps, some designers have come up with catchy ideas. Nina Ricci slashes a draped evening gown to the thigh. Piere Cardin dresses a bare back with a black rose and calls it "cache-delices." One neckline is slit open to the waist and features the black bra. By and large, Paris designers prefer to suggest rather than stress. They say "the obvious has become too easy." The amount of jeweled embroidery is surprising for a spring season. Designers are thinking in Renaissance terms as far as decor is concerned. Lanvin's evening gowns have tight jeweled torsos. Jeweled sleeves are everywhere. For every hour Paris likes the Norman peasant shirt. It can be of any length and comes in any new spring fabric. Sometimes it's just the top of a two-piece middy. Sometimes its an overblouse and bloused. Entertains Music Club Tod Queen entertained the Andante Music Club Tuesday evening at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Queen Club members and a guest, Jil Brown, played piano solos. Jackie Weber was awarded the prize for practice hours by the club sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Stevens Mrs. Queen and Tod served refreshments. Ten members ant eight guests were present. Larry Lynn will entertain the club March 26. THE OTTAWA Wednesday, Feb. PRINTED PATTERN Sew Rug Rags At Meeting U.S. Army Mothers tacked seven knee robes yesterday at the. meeting in Memorial Auditorium, and sewed rug rags for a VA, Hospital. Mrs. Ruth Blood, Garnett, brought five knee robes to be taken with the others. Members of the committee for the banquet to be held in connection with the state Army Mothers convention, in Ottawa in May, worked on favors. The 17 present ate sack lunches at noon. Joint Potluck By HDU Groups WELLSVILLE — Seven members of the Sunfllower HDU and one visitor joined the Busy Bee HDU for a potluck dinner at the Antioch Community Center recently. Members were Mrs. Elmer Sieg, Mrs. Stanley Dale, Mrs. Charles Rogers, Mrs. Bert Elliott, Mrs. Montie Martin, Mrs. Bob Evans and Mrs. L. B. Schendel. Mrs. Kane a visitor. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Rogers, of Sunflower, and Mrs. Jay DeTar, Busy Bee. In the morning, each group held its own individual business meeting. Giving the afternoon lesson on "Program Planning" was Mrs. Jay DeTar, Richland Township HDU advisory member. Sew one outfit with the slim skirt, one with the gored skirt. Vary the sleeve lengths and mix- match. Ring - collar jacket is new, smart. Choose tweed or a new blend. Primed Pattern 4852: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. See pattern for yardages. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, The Ottawa Herald, Pattern Dept, 243 West'17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Just out! 304 design ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern — any one you choose in new Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. ANCHOR SAVIN ASSOCIAT 10 No w Offers You HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN! - You can almost read the score on these Wellsville High cheerleaders' faces as they eye the Scoreboard near the end of the Wellsville-Louisburg game last night in Class B district tournament at Louisburg. Final score was hi Wellsville's favor, 69-61. Girls arc Susan Gleisberg, Nancy Burnett, Karen Clayton, Bonnie Bivins, Charlotte Rogers and Carol Warnock. (Herad Photo) Club Forecast Thnrsdty 8OROPTIMISTS, Mrs. Neal Pritchard SUSANA WESLEY Circle, Mrs. Denny Peterson VFW AUXILIARY WHITE SHRINE SUMMER VOWS - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whinery, Louisburg, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nina Jean, to Albert L. Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow E. Crawford, Pomona. A summer wedding is planned. Miss Whinery is a sophomore at Emporia State Teachers College. Mr. Crawford graduated from Emporia State last spring and is teaching at St. George. 934% N. Poplar, has been named Lori Ann. She weighed 6 lb., 4 oz. Observe 16th Anniversary Franklin County De Molay Mothers observed the 16th anniversary of the founding of the circle last evening in Masonic temple and initiated one new member, Mrs. Joe Raulston. Mrs. Paul Boyke presided. Plans were made to entertain the grand officers April 26 and committees appointed. The three grand officers of the circle were presented gifts by Mrs. Harry Moody. They are Mrs. Clarence Reefer, Mrs. Boyke and Mrs. Harry Loyd. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Nichols and Mrs. Haworth. Group Honors Dr. Trump Franklin County Medical Assistants honored Dr. F. A. Trump last evening at their annual dinner at Colbern's for the doctors. He is senior doctor in Ottawa, starting his practice in Ottawa in 1916 with Dr. R. C. Dugan after his internship in Kansas City. Dr. Trump was presented with a pin. The program included a history of his career from high school days until the present time. Richard Hill, Ottawa University student, gave piano selections. Miss Glayds Anthony directed a skit on George Washington. Taking part in it were Mrs. Clarence Ralston and OU students, Karen Watts and John Simmons. Twenty-nine attended. COME in NOW for your FREE catiloi CATALOG f SHOP THI ffAST NMf • C.O.D. • CASH • CHARM • NO DOWN PAYMINT CMDIT PUN • IAYAWAY BELLAS HESS CATALOG STORE 120 S. 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