The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1950 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 2, 1950
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PAGE THREE, SECTION 2 (ARK. 1 ) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAT *, WW Cotton, Rubber In New Heater Dixie Staple Used In Modern Radiant Heating System Cotton has teamed up with rubber in a new type-of electrical radiant healing system, Ihe National _^Qtlon Council reports. 'TJrrht new heating system is just moving out of the experimental stage Into mass production, Hie Council said. Known as Uskon, the system consists of a series of panels installed In the ceilings : of each room of the house and operates on a 220 volt current. Cotton Fabric Imprernited The healing unit in Ihese panels Is a layer of cotton fabric impregnated with rubber especially compounded to conduct electricity. The heating panels operate on a principle similar to the rays ol the sun. Heat rays radiate down through the atmosphere of R room warming everything they touch. The temperature is controlled individually In each room.. Installation costs for the system are comparable to other central healing systems and additional sav-; ings are possible from the elimlna- r lion of furnace room. flue, and chimney, it is said. • In addition to home use,-there is a wide market for the new heating system. Turkey and chicken farmers, as well as chinchilla breeders, already have found the system practical for'brooders and breeding houses. Industrial Use. i The system will be in demand Industrially, also, it is reported. The manufacturer says the heating units will be used for plywood gluing and plastic laminating, strip 'waters to prevent decontamination Tgasollne. and as space heaters .„' various factory operations. r»The new type of heating system promises to be a heavy consumer fo cotton, the cotton Council said. 'It noted that 15 pounds of cotton would be used in the installation of the new heating system in an average five-room house. The industrial type of heating unit consumes about three times as much cotton as Ihe home heating panel, the council added. Small Fry Cottons Designed To Be Practical-But Pretty m The popular fashion for combining checks or plaids with harmonizing solid colors shows' up In this group, too, with lumpers, real or simulated, Ihe most popular medium. For 3-6ers, there Is a "take" Jumper wilh blue and white checked-gingham skirt, solid blue bodice, and a tucked white batiste "blouse". For 7-14ers, there's a Tyrolean-inspired jumper with green broadcloth skirt edged In plaid gingham a plaid bodice, and a while batiste blouse. Cr|sp cotton lace and bright red rick-rack braid are the Tyrolean (ouches at skirt and hemline o! this jumper. Sheers for Ttent Very gala moments call for shec cotton for girls and teens, Just as they do for 1950's fashloiinbl grownups. A bright array of organ dies, dotled Swisses and voiles Mip plies a ready answer to the wha to wear question for the sweet glr graduate or young pnrty goer. A little [lower girl could butshin Ihe bride in a wedding party, she's dressed in white orgtmdi wilh embroidered eyelet bodice a sleeves, and a black velvet sash. A lovely in teen sizes (10 16) tor graduation and on in summer Is simply designed to pla full attention on the beautiful co n fabric, while organdie. It has ng sleeves, little round collar aiid iffs of eyelet embroidery, Hide If-covercd buttons marching own tile front, and a black velvet elt. It's a Betty Lnnc Fashion. Cool cotton lingeri* in »«« deiifm No l««k im problem* Wllk ttiii "bloui*". It. FtnUsjr Linr"-i«'i «H in oui bloute ilip combining • n ey«Ut embroidered orranili* top "lib » b«tii(« iliirt. She»r blii- lered eotlon m « r«d »»d wbit« polk* 4ot pi'.Uw. U u»«4 tor tt« bou*«co*t by Dorian-Mack-ioud. , Undercover Cottons Take Cue From Newest Fashions Whatever milady's choice 'of dress 'seams!, and the new twerities-In Methods of "sexing" chicks, thereby separating cockerels at an early age, have helped promote the broil- Ing chicken industry. style this season, she'll find cotton slip pr petticoat to complement it. v , Lingerie designers have taken their cues from fashion trends to eliminate tell-tale shoulder straps, and accommodate the many and varied neckline styles. There are strapless slip with bra tops to be worn with strapless dresses; slips with deep V cut tops to wear with similarly styled dress- s. Full whirling cotton batiste and broadcloth petticoats, lavishly trimmed with eyelet embroidery and ribbon beading, are perfect for wearing under full skirted dresses and skirls; while straight-cut slips and petticoats, (many with slit side spired chemises are exactly-, suited o straight skirts. The chemises, oo, are fine solutions to 'what-to- wear with slacks and shcrts. ' Meant To Be Seen .. . Time was when . lingerie. ,was strictly an undercover affair. But no longer. The strong faslon Influence of sheer cotton dresses and blouses, plus the ever 'increasing trend toward garments that will serve double "purposes, has resulted in collections of beautiful and practical cotlon lingerie that's meant to be seen. Wonderfully practical . lingerie items nre one-piece blouse-slips, combining a slip skirt .'• with a blouse top. They're made in .both tailored pr dressy styles to suit the occasion—crisp, embroidered orgni die for the first; broadcloth f Ihe latter. Slip-dresses are other examples of the meant to be seen trend. Under organdie redingotes, they're slips; without the redingotes. .hey're dresses. Double As Sun Tors Bras are made of pique or. printed cotton broadcloth to double as sun togs when worn with shorts or skirts. ' Sleepwear for summer 1950 includes strapless gowns, both long and short, In cool batiste, anil long and short pajamas. Some of trie pajamas In plisse or printed broadcloth have slirapless bra tops and their own matching coats These can double as playsuits or beach costumes. Harry Berger. who styles Tommiesets, has this year done the coats in flare-back style in plaids to match solid colorei tailored pajamas. Cotton housecoats are long and School Stylm For Ihe high school girl who relers prints, (here's shadow rinted organdie—usually styled 1" oft shirtwaist designs) with short uffed sleeves, fiilllsh sklrt-s velvet elts.or sashes. The teen also comes i for her share of double duty dale rcsscs— such" ns the scoop-necked hcinlse dress in pale blue dotted sviss, with its own long-sleeved fit- cd Jacket which turns it into another outfit. Not to be forgotlen in the party- sclng crowd is the sub-teen, Ihe nnior hi.oh school girl who wears sizes 10-14. Por her, a good choice would be navy organdie, cut with a gathered tiered skirt, the dark color demurely set. off with collar and cuffs in pink organdie. Colton Separates A charming alternative' lo children's classic playwear (in the 3-G size range) this year Li sportswear In Ihe grownup sense of that fashion word. There are many coordl natcd Hems such as shorts, hatlcrs skirts. Jackcls, and blouses nil lo be mixed and matched ut will. In sturdy cotton denim, pique nnd youngest crowd (feminine) ta • paid gingham lallored shirt, and shorts and pedal pushers in harmonizing solid color, each trimmed in Ihe plaid designed by Bslelle Bloch of Touvalne Sportswear. Or —a brightly printed shirt and matching Jockey cap, learned up wilh while or colored shorts. The nautical Ihcme is popular, will] many faded' and dark blue denim ami topsail pieces, trimmed in while rope braid, and .styled with sailor collars and (he middy look. Cover-Up* Por girls of all ages, there - are sun drosses with their own cover- ups—Jackets and capes—in a variety of cottons such as pique, broadcloth and gingham, Coilon T-slilrls with new style interest in blight colors coinblin gaily wilh cuffed shorts. And cot on lerry clolh shines on Ihe beach when worn by youngsters; Just a. It does In lliclr mothers' slze.s There nre terry cloth beach conta capes, plnybulls and ponchos, rlgh down lo Ihe smallest sizes. For little boys there are mix am match Items In chambray, Includ ing boxer shorU nnd slacks, tailor ed shirts, bib overalls and cardign jackets. gingham, these are as functional as children's clothing should be. and at ihc same time nre attractive and lew looking. A typical example of one of these mix and match seLs for the very The IB50 story of what the we dressed child (or teen ager) wi wear could very well be Ihe fnshlo story for any age group, with moc Iflc-tlons, of course, to suit the ac tivlties of Ihe young crowd. Colton, always the favorite ric for small fry wardrobes, ca! forlh more cheers this year for I practical and prclly themes. Mi acle finishes, such as water-rcpe lency, are pnrliculnrly' practical children's pretty side lured surfaces, new weaves a clothes. And—on —Ihe cottons with * prbts, «o popular In grown-up llections, have been adapted to ltdren's wear, as have Ihe newest signing Ideas. Knit Creeper Starting off with the playpen t, there's welcome news In the cation of a colton knit creeper, hlch has been treated for water •pcllency—a wonderful new juc- cwor lo plaslic lined suits. Moving up to the toddler age, otton garments treated with wa. er-repcllency Include overalls and nckets. as well as the familiar.cot' on twill snowsuits and raincoats This type of finish not.only repels -atcr, but generally provides for oil and stain resistance, too — & plendld work-saver for mothers o onng Jam pot devotees. Styling h hese Items is in Ihe like falher-llke on manner, wllh long, tailored rcased trousers and rip-fron wlndbreaker Jackets. Other "style 1 terns for the young man about ill playground are new binder jnckels Most cotton pants for little lx>y and little girls) are now made 1 xnter style with elnstlclzed waist bands to eliminate trw need ten suspenders. P»rty Fashions for formal moments—blrthda parlies, family reunions, and sue little boys will be well dressed pique suits consisting of short o long Irouscrs and eton jackets, light- blue and other pastels. ,. Parly pretty for feminine to< dlers. as for the older 7-14 size girls, are onc-plcce or jumper co Ion drosses. Embossed pique, ei: phaslzing Ihe Importance of te lured collons, Li used • in past shades of pink, aqua and mft!7.e, set off with spanking while bl!> yokes or skirt panels, or with appllqued clnlsles and other flowers. Jnspun' Cotton ;.<• How on Morkets - Imaginative scientists h»w found method to make in inexpensive otton fabric that doe* not f« hrough the usual spinning and caving prooew necessary for *tur- JF, durable cotton cloth. Cotton Ivers are bound together with .. Inn plastic application to make » on-woven fabric suitable for many 'redacts, Amonn the unspun trticle* now icing marketed are towels, n&pUnt, hoe cloths, draperies, permanent wave end wraps, and diapers. The unspun article*, through Inexpen- tve enough to b« discarded fat » hort while for a fresh «ub«titul«, longer than competition disposable products and have a softer, mure luxurious appearance. The llghthouie at Cape Hatterai. Sf.O., was closed In 193« but put back Into service 11 year* UUr. LOANS ON CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS United Insurance Agency 1st * Main Remr City Drat BlytheTille, Ark. short, sheer and opaque, tailored and frilly, to suit every taste. Puffy blistered cottons are particularly cool and feminine looking for summer. in mississippi county it's smart to wear cottons! Of course it's smart to buy the product that we : grow here in Mississippi County. But there are other reasons why the smart girl chooses a colton .dress. You know that cotton is cool and wonderfully washable—yet you may be surprised to learn that government tests of untreated fabrics show that cotton shrinks less than linen, rayon, or wool! And these sanforized cottons can never shrink out of shape. Cotton is your best buyl ! U 95 IBS" MO' Styles Are Smart, Too! WBfet The Glass & Co. original shown above is cut from pima broadcloth. Mote the neckline of Venice lace, dyed to match fabric. Slim self rope belt. In prado green, toast, navy, peacock. Sizes 10 to 18. Jonathan Logan, winner of the 1950 Academy award, shows "Tyrolean Cotton Maid", shoe-string laced over a white eyelet inset with full shirred skirt. Washable pi ma broadcloth in assorted pastel colors. Sizes 9 to 15. This Week Is Cotton Week! FEINBERGS All the Resiliency that Only Cotton Can Give is Offered in These Smart Shirts by Van Heusen Smart Whites and Solids Full Count Cotton Broadcloth Choice of Four Collar Styles 2 95 HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR Blytheyille, Arkansas Steele, Missouri

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