The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 20, 1939 · Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20,1939. NEW HEATHER TONES APPEAR IN MANY NEW MIXTURES FOR SMART WARDROBE BLENDING THIS FAIL THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SPORT The spotlight for fall is on new colors. As the trees and other vegetation assume their new fall colors, so too will men greet the j new season with suits and coats that blend with the time of year. It is an admitted fact in the style industry that men have to go pretty far to beat the ; beauty of nature's own colors. The best answer to this problem is to copy natural shades and mixtures. You will agree, when | you see them, that these new topcoats and suits are ideally matched. Your favorite clothing store can show you a grand array of the smart new "fashions, and all the new fall colors. Mixtures.Are Big Choice The color horoscope reveals that a larger number of men are going to choose mixed colors in their fall wardrobes. They will have suits and topcoats that show iFradiant mixtures of grey, blue, green, tan and other primary shades as a soft ground upon which will be additional patterned colors in stripes, checks, and oversquares. Tweeds in both topcoats and auiLs are featured in soft, loose woven sports and campus styles and in smart hard finishes that are adaptable to business and dre.ssier wear. Shetlands, wool and cheviot worsteds, and soft hair piles covers the popular fabric group. Other fabrics that show fine fall colons for suits are the increasingly popular gabardine, covert and cords. Of special interest in gabardines for fall is the new silky appearance in the fabric caused by the addition of silk or rayon This soft sheen has an attractiveness that will urge many men to buy. Suits Simplify Drape i New fall suit models have cut! down on the extreme drape.s, | and are now catering to the j wishes of a majority of men by' Riving them additional comfort j and the appearance of ease. The; doublebreastpd drape .suit rests; easily on the .shoulders, with the] weight of the jacket thus de- j pending. The draped tailoring! extends to the trousers ior a-s' eastern stylists say. "the trou">,; and give a unit appearance with' the jacket. Single breasted models are 1 featured in the 3-buttun jacket. This popular model, in all fabrics, j lias a tendency to give a man i additional height and broaden out the shoulders. A new | model in sport jackets is featur- j iiiR a 4-button .style that re-; quires a man to stand up straight k in true military style. New bul- * mac.s, raglans. raglans with set- in .sleeves, and other 'new models SCOTTVILLE, Sept. 20.— On Sunday, Sept. 24, the Scottville Gun club will inaugurate a new event, a Hunter's Special, or a meet in which sportsmen who are not experts may enjoy a day of shooting. This event is not open to experts or to specialists, but to the general public who wish to come In and shoot. With the opening of the hunting season at hand, it was thought that such an event might create interest. The meet will open at 9 o'clock and continue throughout the day. At the close of the afternoon, awards and prizes will be given, and these will be given by chance and not dependent on the number of shots made or rocks broken. Both skeet and trap shooting will he held. The general public is invited to come out to watch the shooting if they do not care to take part. Lunches and soft drinks will be served on the grounds throughout the day FALL SHOES SET A FAST STYLE PACE Men asked for it and they're going to get it. They're going to get new fail shoes that are really perfection in rugged Cleveland, and McQuinn, St. Louis, 183. Doubles—Rolfe. New York, 46; Williams, Boston, -10. Triples—Lewis, Washington, 16; McCosky, Detroit, 14. Jrlomc runp—Foxx, Boston^ 35; Greenberg, Detroit, 30. I Stolen bases—Case, Washington, 50; ! Fox, Detroit, 22. Pitching—Sundra, New York, 10-0; Donald. New.Yotk, 13-3. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting—Mlze, St. Louis, .351; P. Waner. Pittsburgh, .335. Runs—Wertacr, Cincinnati, 103; Her- I man and Hack. Chicago. 101. I Runs batted in—McCormick, Cln- iclnnatl. 117; Medwlck, St. Louis, 108. Hits—McCormick, Cincinnati, 188; . Mc-clwlck. St. Louis. 184. Doubles—Slaughter, St. Louis, 47; I Mine, St. Louis. 42. TiipleE—Herman, Chicago, 16; Goodman. Cincinnati, 14. Home runs—Ott, New York, 27; Ca- imilli, Brooklyn, and Mize, St. Louis, 26. | Stolen bases—Handley, Pittsburgh, ! 18; Hack, Chicago. 15. Pitching—Derringti', Cincinnati, 227; Wyatt, Brooklyn, 8-3. WRESTLING masculinity fort. and slipper-com- Por these new fall shoes are not just some new novelty. They are the result of a slow development over a number of years to the desired goal of smarter appearance and true walking comfort. Custom Finish Popular Smart new flexible type shoes in blucher and brogue models are shown in new shades of tan and brown with a custom 'boot- maker finish and hand staining. This grain comes in two distinct types. The pebble and smoother finishes are hand stained for business men and dressier wear. The rougher, heavy grain is oil treated for ruggedness that is so popular with college men and sportsmen. Brown Most Popular Shades of brown and" tan arej being featured in all smart men's shops. This color group is shown in smart Norwegian calf, which adapts itself beautifully to grain finish and soft pliable comfort. But whatever the shape, size or color these new shoes for fall will insure all men of a much .better choice than ever offered before. Major League Leaders (Uy are featured in warm wool ami' hair fleeces that emphasize | necessary warmth and incom-; parable lightness. NCW . " lUPd '"-Williams. Boston, . Now York 121 Nfw York. 203; koltncr, (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) MINNEAPOLIS—Chief Osley Sau- nooke. 330, Cherokee, N. C., threw Lou I Hummer, 224. Baltimore, 3:2U. I INDIANAPOLIS— Whitey Wahlberg, I 170. Duluth. Minn., defeated Billy i Thorns, 178, Indiana university wrest' ling coach (Thorns disqualllied for i choking after tach took one fall). Elm Flats Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gulembo and daughter, Ethelyn, motored to a picnic ground on the Little Manistee river near Irons, Sunday, where they met Mr. and Mrs. Eli Tremblay and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Tremblay and daughter, Iris, of Manistee j and ate a picnic dinner in hori- I or of Mrs. E. Tremblay's and I Mrs. Gulembo's birthday anni- I versaries. i* * '•* * Pretty As A Picture! WHY NOT LET US GET THE PICTURE FOR YOU? Take Advantage of Our September Special! PORTRAITS BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS OF ANY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Expert Phbtography and Guaranteed Satisfaction! THE CAMERA SHOP H. HOLMES, PHOTOGRAPHER 114 W. Ludington Ave. Phone 795 Furniture Prices Are Low Now! September is a grand time to buy your new suite — you'll save more, and you'll find all the new designs on display, awaiting your inspection! Easiest terms! *i *! In Justice Court Arraigned before Justice Henry Seeba Tuesday afternoon on a petty larceny charge, an 18-year-old Negro ehrollee at CCC Camp Strcnac'n pleaded guilty and was fined $15 and assessed costs of $3.75. Unable to pay he was committed to the county jail for 20 days. The youth is charged with stealing clothing from one of the enrollees at the camp. He was arrested by state police. The color of red hair does not television well, so no redheads will be employed as television announcers at present. "A Snug Hug" i i Sheathe your feet in snug- fittinp shoes that are lovely to look at and heavenly to wear. Insist upon < Hillcrs' clastic pumps and < step-ins. $3.50 All Sizczs Miller's Shoe Store I 1 ^AW.%WWXVWAVUVAV^ Lunde & Sheldon Present Fall Fashions Men Can Buy with Confidence. KEEP YOUR APPEARANCE "UP" In Clothes That Express Individuality Discerning men will appreciate Lunde & Sheldon's interesting collection of new Fall clothes . . . clothes that give a man a "lift" . . . that reflect character . .. that express individuality! And you get ample opportunity, here at Lunde & Sheldon's, to select exactly to your taste! If you like broad shoulders—or wide, flowing lapels—or colors jn clothing—or smart fabrics and patterns that are NEW—We have it here! And remember, you can buy with confidence at Lunde & Sheldon's . . . confidence that you are receiving quality fabrics, correct styling and perfect fit. Get into Fall RIGHT at Lunde & Sheldon's! Good-looking living room suites Two pieces as shown These suites should not be judged by the low price—this is a Fall special for early shoppers! Well constructed — choice materials — a variety of fine covers! See this suite! 69 • TOPCOATS $18 to $25 STYLES TO PLEASE EVERYONE BEAUTY FOR FALL. W\(}\ a Russell Permanent Wave Step into the Fall season refreshed and looking; lovelier with an individual Machineless Permanent Wave! Expert operators .. personalized attention! Ask About Our Wednesday Specials PHONE 139 For Appointments Russell's Beauty Salon IN REAR OF CENTRAL SHOE STORE • OVERCOATS ALL SIZES (j»ir <pJ-<)and up NEW FALL SUITS THE SMARTEST FABRICS AND TAILORING ON THE MARKET ... AT A PRICE EVERYONE CAN AFFORD. CLUB SUITS $25 MARX MADE and up and up Also International Made-to-Measure Suits. HATS, Newest Fall Shades, $1.95 and up • JACKETS, All Kinds $3.75 and up • SLACKS, Smart! $1.95 and up • SWEATERS • SHIRTS • SOCKS • UNDERWEAR • TIES, ETC. Lunde & Sheldon 'The Store for Dad & Lad" New and Modern Three Piece Bedroom Suite A striking value in a new design. I suite, made in a manner worthy of I truly good furniture! Our very low price includes bed, dresser and choice of chest or vanity. •__ $ 49 DAD LOSES H IS GROUCH MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE CO. AN I.E.S. SAFE- ISEEING LAMP? NO GLARE! NO SHADOW.' NO HEADACHES OR EYE5TRAIN/ HEY/QUIT THAT NOISE.YOU KIDS/ GOSH,REDDY_ DAD'S SO GROUCHY EVERY NIGHT/ IW-E-L-L WHAT'S THIS S-H-H-H! WELL FIX ALL THAT/ DADO Y.WE MUST HAVE OF THESE' THI5 LAMP IS THE ONLY ONE DESIGNED ON THE SIGHT-SAVING, SAFE-SEEING PRINCIPLES OF THE NEW SCIENCE Of SEEING'. "-#1 18th Century Dining Suite This gorgeous suite reflects the charm and beauty of 18th century styling—richly veneered in fine walnut—a suite of more than usual appeal! Table and 6 chairs. _. 67 .50 FURNITURE STORE PHONE 5

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