The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1941 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1941 BUTTHEVILLE (ARK.b COURIER NEWS Frocks Aod Gowns Are Needed 'T FORGET Southern Resorts Demand More Than Play Clothes Of The Better Dressed By NEA Service MIAMI BEACH. —Looking over the Sunday rcto sections, you might get the idea that all you need for a southern vacation is a bathing suit. Far from it. If you follow the example of the best- .dressed, you won't go south «'ith only play clothes in your bags. The smartest women at those friendly civic rivals, Miami and Miami Beach, wear simple day dresses in splashy silk prints and in white and pastel washable materials and a wide variety of trig Jittle featherweight suits a great deal of the time. They seem to fco many places where casual dresses and suits are more suitable than slacks and shorts. They like prints for all occasions this year. Colorful, gay ones make bathing suits, patio pajamas, day dresses and suits as well as evening gowns. The Garden of Eden patterns — eye-catching and exotic in fruit and floral patterns —suggest the lush vegetation of tropical jungles. GAY COLORS FOR VACATION DAYS In smaller allover prints there are SeminoJa designs, directly inspired by the brilliantly colored. Giant hand-blocked print of flowers and fruits in gorgeous tropical colors makes a dramatic effect on this erepc dinner dress. Worn by Sandy Rice at Miami Beach, it is typical of the gay col- ore you'll see at smart dinner dances and other Informal affairs at northern resorts^ next summer. father dressy beach costumes are featured for 1941. Brand new dea is .this one-piece pajama of Tropic Playtime, worn by Su- ;anne Sommers. The side over- a Pping gives the effect of a volu- ninous skirt. It is fastened,"with huge silver buttons. horizontally striped costumes of Florida's Indians. Then there is Uic famous annual Burdirie "sand- in-your-shoes" motif. Miamians tell you that if you once get sand in your shoes down here.- you always will return, 'flic 1941 interprer lation of this tradition is a Uny allovev pattern, motif of''which is a woman's hands emptying- sand Ciit of her shoe. As it should be for clothes designed to be worn during say vaca- no/i n? yS n bri r 8 ^ Ue ? * ^ R ^" Smart s&nplicity marks this ""frfe note of all of Burdine s sunshine jacket dress/ideal for town or re- iashiobs. When prints aren't used.! sort wear next summer It is vivid solid colors and clean-cut, j worn by Suzanne Sommers last year voted Duke University's prettiest student, and now a popular John Robert JPowers model. in .in ensemble consisting of a blouse-of soft,'crepe with graceful bishop, sleeves and n skirt which used all of eight yards of 52-inch featherweight taffeta, in brilliant plaid, with the plaid's stripes at formed huge loops over the hips. softer pastels': arc.""Rendezvous" is a soft red." ; smnctimes called nasturtium. "American Beauty" is a widely discussed color ever since a dozen of John Robert Powers' "long-stemmed American beauties" flew down here and wore it, in various costumes, for a spectacular fashion show. The models from the famous Powers" agency took the lour, by storin ' \ i least 12 inches wide. DrapK at Other smart shades in Florida the side of the bouffant "skirt fU the moment, are: Sunshine Yel- " low. a clear sunny shade: Backtalk Blue—a bright turquoise: Honey Pink, a pale pastel; and Lonely Heart Blue, a deeper, more prayed tone. Among play clothes'— still the major -item in any resort, wardrobe—one-piece slack suits, bathing suits with matching evening skirl-s and jackets and bath ing suits with really "dressy" matching or contrasting robes or beach coats, are outstanding. A smart bare- midriff enseittble includes voluminous slacks which Ian over on the side to give an ankle-length skirt effect and p. snugly fitted bolero with puff sleeves. These are in Tropic Playtime—a new solid-color fabric which . comes in 15 different shad.es and is used for dresses, jackets, skirts and even sun bonnets. All in all, there are good fashions as well as fun to be had right in Miami. Speaking of both fun and fash- Perfect for spectator sport and informal everyday "dress-up" is this Sleamins white jacket dress, featuring a gay plaid blouse and draped girdle. The turban and huge baf match the blouse. I I I • • " -«•-• 4M_» V • t *_ t^LI | | It*. t-o pull the trigger on thoj,- lazy bowels combined .with Syrup Pepsin"'lo save your touchy stomach from further distress. For year?, many Doctors have used pepsin compounds as vehicles, or car-r ners to.make other medicines agreeable to your stomach. So be sure your laxative contains Syrup Pepsin, Insist on Dr. CaidwcU s Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pepsin. Sec how wonderfully the Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your intestines to bring welcome relief from constipation. And the good old Syrup Pepsin makes this -•— c •-" rj^iM !»•»! i"\.< ««.jii- , isxativc so conifortsble and cssv on ion. one visitor to Miami Beach, i i' our stomach. Even finicky children noted for her style sense, created • ovc . c laste of tllis Pleasant family quite a sensation one night when i i^j 11 ^?', Ruy V 1 ' c . a!dw >'eU"s Laxative appeared at .a dinner dance | taUvethTcom"J^^^ Pull the Trigger on Lazy Bowels, and Comfort Stomach, too When constipation brines on acid indigestion, stomach upset, blonting, dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, sour taste and baa breath, your stomach is probably crying the blues" because your bowel don t move. Jt calls for Laxative-Scan; WARNING ORDKK lu Mic Chancery court, Chickasawba District. Mississippi Conn tv Arkansas. - - - - _ * Fawsteen Nichols, Plaintiff Vs. No. 741S Benjamin P;- 1 -Nichols, Defendant. The defendant, Benjamin P Nichols, is warne.d to appear within thirty days: in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the om plaint of the .plaintiff, Faw>teen Nichols. : • thfs 22nd day of ; HARVEY MORHI5.-ClcrK.! By Elizabeth Blythe, B C.i uaude ?. Cooper, atty for tjltf Percy A. Wright, atty. ad WARNING ORiDER 'n the Chancery Court. Chickasawba District. Mississippi Countv Arkansas. Tlora Rivenbark, Plaintiff Vs. No. 7415 , .', • ^alph Rivenbark, Defendant. The defendant, Ralph Rivenbark, s warned to appear wi£tiin thirty ays in the court named In" the option hereof and answer "the -mplaint of the -plainliff,- Flora Rivenbark. Dated this 22nd day of. jaimarv, 1941. . ',.•*• HARVEY .MORRIS. Clerk OI,,M J?*' ^wbetlvBlythe.'D. C. Claude P. Cooper, ally for pltr Percr-A. \VWght, ally, ad- Stan. t ..... 23-30-6-13 The Event You've Waited For--Wade's January CLEARANCE SALE With new stock arrmng every day, we need more floor S pace than we have at preient Therelore the prices of many .terns have been greatly reduced in order to move this merchandise rapidly. This clearance sale represents YOUR GREAT FURNITURE SAVINGS. Make your selections NOW! Beautiful 4-Piece Bed Room Suites Walnut Finish suites that you would expect to pay much . a note of' charm more for. Graceful, stylish in anv home. BUY ON WADE'S EASY TERMS! DOWN PER WEEK Irinerspring Mattresses Real sleep-comfort al a price hard to believe. 'You'll have to see these mattresses i« appreciate the amazing values. AS LOW AS Floor Lamps $ 4.95 The "light buy" of Ihe season. Jieaulifui lamps at a fraction of their original cost. WE CARRY AMERICA'S FASTEST SELLING GENUINE INLAID TREADLITE 1'er Sfl. Yard H ERE'S Treadlue—the genuine inlaid linoleum with revolutionary new features never before found in any linoleum at any price. The first inlaid linoleum with a waterproof felt backing, a ixubber cushion, a factory-applied adhesive- all built-in as one unit—resukinc " TI!IE>N ? IL > E STORY• - . i of this iihiiio* ^ : in years longer wear, unequalled smoothness of surface, unprecedented quietness and comfort underfoot. In.exquisite new designs! See Nairn Treadlite Inlaid Linoleum today! Bring room measurements., Lovely 2-Piece Living Room Suites These .suites w<;re linr- Uiiiiis ;it the original rrircs. At these clearance prices they rcpre- M'ol i.nhcheviifcle values. Y 1 DOWN ? "1 PER WEEK FELT BASE CONGOLEUM RUGS *2 95 FELT BASE CONGOLEUM 30c PER SQUARE YARD! ADE FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 155

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