The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 22
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 22

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Highlights In Spring Jewelry Then- are some new fashion formulae to come out of the jewelry picture for spring — and they all spell a fresh, new look of beauty and elegance, reports the Fashion Coordination Institute. Rings, bracelets and earrings •II have special importance in For Easter, Birthday, Mother's Day or a Fine Spring Day a gift for her lifetime-and her children's, too... ie spring jewelry picture, the nstitute reports. Rings and brace- is are responding to the trend oward more sleeve, and ear- ings have found their place in he sun through the head-hugging urbans and the upswept, ear-repealing hairdos. But the three worn together, in related but not necessarily matching designs, are the glamour trio of the sea- on, the Institute reports. Softness is a word much used spring jewelry fashion reports, and it applies principally o the new gold jewelry, whether t is real or costume. Tiny, delicate chains, looped many times over and often held by elaborate, leautiful clasps make necklaces that have the same feeling of aWURLlTZER piano Give a Wurlitzer Piano, and you give a lifetime of pleasure and relaxation. The Wurlitzer is built to give you endless years of finest per* formance... exclusive Wurlitzer design, the result of more than a century of experience in musical instruments, assures you the ultimate in fine piano tone, beauty and perform* ance. Because they deserve the very best, nothing less than a Wurlitzer is good enough for your children... for their life-long enjoymenU The Wurlitzer Piano Is surprisingly low in cost. Come In today, and see how easy It is to own a superb Wurlitzer Piano— Trade-in your old Piano See Your Music Man Today...at BUTLER'S 322 S. Main CH 2-2721 oftness as many of the new lothes Fringe and mesh also tar in the newest gold jewelry. Contrasting finishes, florentine ith bright, give a look of airy intension to many new pins, and tiny gold beads and fine gold wire are also used in pins and airings to create a new, light, imensional look. Color always scores for spring, and this season pink seems to lave captured first place honors, with yellows, beiges and black- nd-white color combinations fol- owing close behind. The precious look — which has been gaining in strength for several seasons — is still top jewelry news for spring. Wonderful new combinations of colors in stones and brilliants give a slight )riental case to many necklace clasps. Real or unreal is a hard mystery to solve with many of he newest pins, and gold bangle >racelets get the fashion nod, whether they are costume or carat variety. At-home clothes have sparked a lot of jewelry expressly design ed to give fun, color and glamour to these exciting new long shifts and slacks. Long, lovely, color- iil earrings; swinging multi-col ored ropes; lariats sporting easy, soft tassels big, bold beautiful rings; bracelets to be worn above the elbow — all are designed to star at home. Necklaces are longer — from 22 to 28 inches this season, the [nstitute reports — to lend the right accent and feeling to the overblouse and the skimmer shift. Delicate Damsel... ... but never in distress wearing this delightfully feminine lace and ruffled front shirt. A 6555 Dacron, 35% cotton drip-dry beauty with small pointed collar. Lace and ruffle push-up sleeves. In white only. Sizes 10 thru 18. EMPHATICALLY .. . a Shapely Classic. e gs Edd ie s 230 S. Main |1 For Fast Results SB\ READ and USE HE WANT ADS REGULARLY! CH 2-4700 LET'S TAKE IT EASY" — So says Harry Davis of Malott's Hardware, who is trying out new "Wheel Horse" riding lawn mower. Also at Malott's, Ottawa, are complete lines of lawn and gardening seeds and equipment. (Herald Photo) Claim Red Sub Delivers Weapons MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-A report that a Soviet submarine left Cuba • month ago with arms for Latin- American countries circulated in the exile colony yesterday. The report was contained in "information from Cuba," distributed by Luis Conte Aguero, head of the Christian Anti-Communist FVont. The letter, one of many being evaluated by exiles in an unabated flood of reports from Cuba, was dated Feb. 19, from Havana. "Several days ago a Cuban naval launch carried a shipment of arms to the high seas. There, a Soviet submarine emerged, to which all the stores were transported. There were boxes labeled Venezuela, Panama, Nicaragua and Honduras. Others were unmarked," the circular said. GOP Planning Box Supper TOPEKA (AP) - Republicans are going back to the old-fashioned box supper next month when New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller speaks at a fund-raising dinner. The box suppers will replace See the 1963 JOHNSON SEAHORSE Outboard Motors SPRING SPECIALS on 1962 OUTBOARD MOTORS 40 horsepower Electrical Starter Regular £47 C $649.95 $1/9 Selection of Good Used Motors JOHNSON, near new, 5% hp $125 JOHNSON, 10 hp 125 EVENRUDE 5% hp 98 JOHNSON, 25 hp. electric starter 150 JOHNSON, 22 hp -.-...' 75 Several other good motors Good Selection of Good Used Boats the customary hot meals and will sell for $25. Rockefeller will speak in Municipal Auditorium April 5. Rockefeller had been scheduled to speak here in 1961 but the trip was cancelled when his son, Michae, was lost in New Guinea. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 19, IMS Pope Unhurt In A Fall VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope John XXIII tripped and fell yesterday as he was mounting his throne for a series of audiences. He was unhurt. The 81-year-old Roman Catholic pontiff slipped on the seventh step of the eight-step throne. Ht fell somewhat to one side, breaking his fall by thrusting out his hands. As the Pope landed on the top step of the throne, he rolled over on his back. Aides helped him to his feet as priests in the audience room of Clementine Hall cheered. The Pope proceeded with the audience as if nothing had happened. The Herald pays |5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. We have a complete line of Burpee Seeds 1116 S. Main CH 2-4565 Now is the time to Plant Grass Seed, for New Lawns or to renovate old Lawns. We recommend Kansas State Univ. Mixture I Lb. 69c 3 Lbs. 1.98 5 Lbs. 3.20 Remember them with a Distinctive "Gift Certificate" from Willis Garden Center Redeemable at any time for any stock in season. $2.50 and up Do you need fertilizer or peat moss? Complete Landscape Service CALL OR SEE GEORGE NIEMANN FOR FREE CONSULTATION. 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