The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 17, 1931 · Page 9
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March 17, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MARCH. 17 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BRIMS AND BOWS EDICT OF PARIS Face Is Flattered by Treatment of New Watteau Hats. -.Both- of which gives the woman of* today an opportunity of dealing kindly with her features, in the chdioe of a hat. If she finds brims give a softening effect . . . and nat- ter her more than any other type, ihe'jmay have them for every oc- masion. If 'the tiny cap-like models, worn jauntily toward the back of the head give her a piquant, youthful appearance which is so desirable, she may wear them as much as she likes . . . for they are also adapted in so many materials and are of so many different types that she could choose a dozen if she liked . . . and have them all different and distinctive! Selection Only the Start But one thing she must realize . . . she isn't thru when, she has selected her hat . . . by no means. For wearing the new hats is the greatest art'b-f all ... and it takes experimenting before her own mirror to find just the right angle at which to place the new hat over the right " the proper area of the eye" forehead to display . . . just' the right amount of coiffure to peep out from under the line of the .hat whether it is the small hat or the one with brim tucked up at side or back. Beauty or Smartness . . . or Botli When fashion authorities themselves disagree as to whether it is sufficient to be pretty or if it is riations of both . . . all coming under the same general types, that the two fashion terms classify spring millinery quite adequately. ,ln the halo hat, you will have snug-fitting models to wear witU your tailored suits and frocks . . . or you may have them dressed up with halos of flowers, petals or other forms of ornamentation until they become the ideal little hats for tea or dinner. Model Is Modernized The Watteau h'at is reminiscent of the romantic shepherdess, but is greatly modernized to greet the 1931 fashion. In general it is the brimmed hat, caught up at the side or back, in numerous ways to flatter individual wearers. Like the halo hat, it will go everywhere, if treated properly. For general wear it will be trim, and tailored looking . . . for afternoon it will have juat that drooping slope to the brim that is such a fitting accompaniment to dresses of silk or chiffon.- Two Colors Better Than One The two-tone or two-color hat originated, no doubt, because ,of the prestige of the tailored suit with Its blouse of a second tone or one that frankly contrasts. For that matter, It doesn't need to rely upon the color contrast In suits for its existence, since every costume of 1931 flaunts colors and combinations of colors. The early tailored types of hats have brightly colored trimmings on black or navy blue hats . . . strong colors like cherry and flame reds, not being Milliners have shown stich ingenuity in manipulating lines, brims and crowns, such originality In choosing materials and trimming touches that a brimmed hat this year for 'example, is definitely a "1931 brimmed hat." A beret this year cannot be classified with those of a season ago. It looks as if we are going to need a complete wardrobe of 1931 spring hats. Costs Lower This Season But one nice thing about it . . . you will be able to buy them for so mubh loss this year that it will not be so very much of a strain on your purse to "start frojn 'scratch" . . . for millinery is right in step with the- new economy in fashions that is so noticeable and so gratifying this year. ,*, Hines Announces His Recommendation for Hospitals, on Coast WASHINGTON, March 17. Veterans' chairman Administrator of the federal H i n s s board o more important to be smart, the 1 considered at all unusual'or too ex- individual is left 'in a quandary as to which to choosa. One says "nothing considered merely pretty and becoming is approved of at all." Another Bays "be pretty in the new hats." We agree with both, but we know it Is possible to he .both pretty and smartly modern with such an infinite variety of styles, materials and trimmings as we are shown in millinery .this year. We only say "be very careful not to overdo the prettiness." It is such a temptation to see only the soft flattery the hat gives to the face, without getting up to view the entire effect in a full length mirror. An Angel or a Shepherdess? Halo hats and Watteau brims seem to take care of just about. evpry woman's smart millinery need this spring. There are so many va- hcspitaUzntion, today announced recommendations of the board for a soldiers' home unit In the Pactfi northwest, one new veterans' hos pltal and four additions to-exiatlnj hospitals in northwestern states* The recommendations enta.il. i prospective outlay of $2,100,000 ani the projects are Intended to mee the needs of veterans In Oregon Idaho, Montana and Washington fo additional hospital facilities. DEFENDANTS IN BUCKLEY CASE Two Waterloo Plants Destroyed by Flames WATERLOO, March 17. UP--The pl^ts of the Waterloo Waste Paper' Packing company and the Waterloo Window Cleaning company were destroyed by fire Monday night with a loss estimated at $9,000. PhlHIp Tomin, proprietor of both establishments, said he planned to rebuild Immediately. Spontaneous combustion was believed to have started the blaze. Sheriff Begins 5 Year Term for Embezzlement of Funds From County LEMMON, S. Dak., March 17. () J. W. Archambault, Corson county sheriff, and former treasurer, begad today a five year sentence in t Sioux Falls penitentiary for the aj- .eged embezzlement of ?9,800 In county funds. Archatnbult resigned as sheriff yesterday, waived' preliminary examination, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced by Judge W. F. Eddy here. Archambault was county treasurer from 192H to 1929. The state aut}- Itlng department detected the shorti age last Monday. Are From Montgomery GRAFTON--Mr. and Mra. Henry Weaterman of Montgomery, Minn., visited relatives here Sunday. Talks An DUMONT--The March P. T. A. meeting- will be held Friday eve- ping at the schoolhouse. Mra. Harry Allen will apeak on "Better Homes' 'and F. M. Sorenson on "Better Gardeps." VIorrow to Return to Mexico for Vacation MEXICO CITY, March 17. Excelsior today said it had learned that Senator Dwlght W. Morrow will return to Mexico in June or July to spend a vacation, probably at his ·· beautiful home In Cuernavaca. The paper said that Mr. Morrow felt an increasing nostalgia for Mexico. The visit would be entirely a vacation trip. Largo Crowd Is Present QRAFTON'-- The street sale held Saturday was attended by a large crowd. Pastor IB Gueat WODEN--The Rev. Mr. Raben- bergr of Cascade spent a few days visiting his sMers, Mrs. George Spartenburg and Mrs. Henry Krue. Angelo liveechl, Ted 1'izzino and Joe Bommarlta are shown here lu the courtroom at Detroit m conference with attorneys during their trial for the slaying of Jerry Buckley. Left to right: Llyecchlj Attorney LeRay Payne, Fizzlno, Attorney Allan-Kent and Bommarlto. Go to Duluth C A R P E N T H H--Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Vick and son, Emery, left Saturday evening for Duluth, Emery returning Monday while Mr. and Mrs. Vick remained for a longer visit at the home of their son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Al Shaffer. Taken to Iowa City DUMONT--Jack: Vans, 9, son of Mr. and Mra, Oliver Stubba, was taken to the Iowa City hospital Monday for further treatment. Ho has been in the Hampton hospital with an Infection of the bone in hla foot. citing in this season of rampant colors. Wear a Feather or a Flower Trimmings include tiny feathers arranged In novel designs, ribbon and flowers. There is nothing dull about hats this year and the fashion of trimmings certainly gives everyone an opportunity to be a bit more, individual than when bats were just shapes and nothing decorative was allowed by fashion. Hats Are Very Different While a general description of 1931 hats, speaking of their brims, their straws and felts their off- the-forehead lines, may not sound startlingly new, we assure you that you would never mistake them for last year's hats. And we are sorry, but we are afraid no one would ever mistake your laat year's hats for new ones. ·\f noes In t-larmom/ uuifh Tho new season calls for color--plenty of color--harmony in color or contrast in color. And here is a stock which gives every woman just what she wants in quality Footwear. In this showing are one straps, pumps and oxfords; in the style of heels you like and in the kind of leathers or combination f leather you desire. And in line with economic conditions values were never so pronounced. LAIRD SHOE CO. W H E R E S H O E S A R E R E A L L Y F I T T E D 14 EAST STATE r Ybur EASTER JHA\Y Popularly Priced at $^..90 VERY spring Paris and fashion or York New among these stunning new hats of straw, and straw bodies of baku or panamalac! Every color that is smart for 1931 is now being shown here. N CITY'S SnflLE CENTER? 16 South Federal Avenue Women's and Misses' Headsizes . . 108 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. pening Beginning Wednesday, March 18th Bringing the Highlights of Fashion In All Its Glory at New Low Price Levels NO OTHER Furniture Repair Shop CAN GIVE YOU THE EXCELLENT Quality Service Satisfaction Variety Cove r-Se lection Workmanship Low Prices Guarantee Coats $ .00 Take y.our choice of over 400 newly arrived Spring Coats from famous eastern manufacturers. Each one dazzling with style correctness. EVERY NEW COLOR--EVERY WANTED FUR Others at $10, $15 knd $35 25 Dresses SUCH AS m MACKETS BECAUSE No Other Furniture Repair Shop HA'S THE Machinery -- Modern Equipment Experience -- Skilled Workmen Satisfied Customers Presenting values that have never before been shown at such prices. Hundreds of replicas of foremost Paris creations. Others at $5, $9.90, $16.90 Materials, Styles, Colors to suit the most particular taste. Daytime^ Afternoon, Sunday night, Jacket Frocks. Suits Jackets A complete selection of Suits and Jackets i n ' a variety of fabrics and styles at $7.90 $9.90 $14.90 .90 WELCOME TEACHERS We anticipate with pleasure the opportunity to serve you during your stay here and have arranged to ^extend every convenience for your shopping 401-403 Jst ST. S. W. COME IN AND LOOK US OVER, OR YOU'LL FIND IT A PLEASURE TO PHONE 782 ··MASON CITY'S STYIX CENTER 1 ? 15 South Federal Avenue

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