The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 17, 1931 · Page 18
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 17, 1931
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snAHtJIN, CITT GIAJKB-GA2KTTK MARCH 17 1931 MODES FROM THE MOVIES Visit Our MJHinery 1 ' Dept. Y OU'LL welcome and enjoy wearing the many smart Frock and Coat fashions we're showing especially for Spring Opening . . . fashion, correctness, an array of brilliant modes that will be seen where smart people. gather , : . In an abundance^bf fine materials,'colors and ideas. - ' ~ ^ . t ' ' ' $5j; $10, $15 Frocks 'Our Specialty FIRST DOOR NORTH,OF PALACE THEATER Just Arriveil,.'. .in time for EASTER i MEN'S SUITS A Tremendous Variety-Newest Spring Styles . _ $^§. 50 WITH ONE OR TWO PANTS . - · · / - ' · Men! Yourig men! Businessmen! Professional men! We've got just the kind of Suit your taste desires at- three prices that you can well afford to pay. They;re ' . worth much more as proven by their fine texture of woolens, snappy colors and handsome patterns. See Our New Line of Hats and Caps in Our Windows Priced Exceptionally Low! FASHION'S BEAUTY MADE FOR BRIDES QATVT O/VIVI D E P A R T M E N T S T O R E 215 South Federal Avenue Phone 434 Easter Wedding to Be' Brilliant Occasion of' Gowns. Now that spring :has. come, and all eyes turn to the beauty 'of the new fashions, we cannot help but concentrate, on the one woman to whom all'the world must bow' in homage--the se'ason's bride, who in her trousseau will, exemplify ' the utmost in beauty, 'ch'arm and distinction that may;be expected of any wardrobe. Her traveling suit --her cdats and frocks .for -sport, afternoon and evening--her lingerie, 1 shoes, jewels and accessories must all be in the newest and, loveliest to be found, and may set the .standard for the wardrobe of wry smart young woman x · . ; · ' . The Bridal Costume ' The most romantic and fascinating of all her clothes is her wedding 'costume,' so let's see what she'll choose; depending, of course, on what time of the day she will be married. If It is a mo_rn!ng wed-! ding, she will.want a charming ensemble, and we suggest gray, because it is going to be very popular this spring, and is the closest thing to the usual bridal white. A white costume would not be Incorrect, altho it might be rushing the summer season.. If she chooses gray-or beige, or pastel, her suit will be of a dressy nature--p rob ably a peplum suit with a white blouse, and a soft fox collar to match the fabric. Even a tweed sport suit, of a darker shade, will do, because it is the most acceptable form of traveling suit, and will not soil as readily on dusty .train rides. With her.suit, a smart · little halo hat or a new brimmed type should be worn, with shoes, bag and gloves to match. The new shade of hose--"Vapor"--is neutral arid may be worn with any color. If our bride does not think short jacket suits becoming, she may 'choose one of the new ensembles, with three-quarter coat, either with a skirt and-blouse, or a one-piece dress, oa simple tailored lines. ; : ' The Afternoon Wedding If the wedding is to be in the afternoon, a suit or ensemble of the above type' wjUI be equally correct, tho it would be lovely to take advantage of , the formal afternoon mode, arid have a formal afternoon weddingr- If she is having a simple affair,- the. ensemble idea is more practical, and inaay be more elaborate than that fpfHhe'piornlng wedding.: : A pneTplecB Sress, with short sleeves, with a soft;'lingerie neck- in e in a delicate .floral print on. a ight background may be of crepe or chiffon, 'worn with a matching hree-quarter (or shorter) coat ihe d in the; fabric, of, the dress. A chic^hat of :qne -pf ;the new, small weave',"'rough 'surfaced' straws ir/- a color that harmonized with the frock, and light, shoes, bag- .and gloves, dyed a gay' color will complete the outfit: ,For the formal afternoon bride, quite the loveliest of all modes .is he white lace gown, with brief sleeves, or a youthful cape, longer of skirt than the average daytime dress--In .fact it-may reach the instep--white opera pumps, flesh hose, ong white kid gloves--or lace nltts If the dress Is picturesque. White chiffon, flat crepe or satin would be equally appropriate, and he sheerer the fabric, the more definitely formal the goxvn. If she chooses a lace gown, with a little jolero jacket, she will be quite practical, because she can use it as a dinner dress with the jacket, arid an evening gown without-the jacket, thruout the season. Cottons, too, are going to be worn a great deal later in the spring and thruout the summer, and for a bridal costume, prgandy or one of the new cottons with a little metallic flower woven thru it is quite appropriate. 'A large brimmed hat, or an extreme bicorne or tricorne; with white ostrich plumes; a halo hat, or bonnet shape may be chosen, depending on the type of the ; dress itself. ··· If the wedding- is to be a formal evening affair, our young to-be can choose the belovedly picturesque bridal-gown: on classic lines, and a beautiful .lace veil. .The sheathed silhouet seems particularly appropriate for the occasion, with its cowl neckline, long, mousquetaire sleeves,, and. molded lines to below the hip, released in ample fullness below the' knee. Another favorite type is the gown with yoke and sleevss.of lace. A variation of the usual wedding veil which many of the season's most'important brides have favored Is that coming from a little tricorne hat of lace. The dainty opera pump trimmed with a buckle of orange blossoms, long white kid gloves, .the sheerest oJ nude hose, and a simple string ol beautiful pearls will be the final touches, to what'will in all eyes be a perfect picture of the fashionable bride. WELL-SHOD WOMAN FINDS DIVERSITY IN SPRING MODE "Do You Want to Take a Walk?" For daytime wear the.pump, the one strap : -shoe.or the .oxford is smart. But it must he simple. If it's an oxford 1 -', or. strap ..slipper it 'may have ·· perforated trimming.' Pumps are all leather,' or.suede and leather combinations. · : · '.' . . . . . FoK "afternoon the . lizard' and snake'wriggles;in. He comes gently, but nevertheless he's there wearing his way in. a simple line around-the shoe. Reptile trinjs are very, very fashionable. . The simple buckled pump is charming for evening wear, A tiny line of gold,or silver kid piping gives an exquisite touch. Many of the evening slippers have silver and golden heels. If you're a little timorous about dancing in pumps, wear a one strap slipper; straps are graceful, especially the dainty little ones,which are being shown in such profusion^ Extra Guard Protects Negro, Charged With , Attack on White Girl MARSHALL-,.Tex., March IT. (IP) --The Harrison county jail was under guard today to protect John Burks, 18, Negro, charged with attacking Miss Mary Youqg, 21, white. Two officers' prevented the prisoner from falling into the bands of a group of men who sought to seize him late yesterday, when the Negro was taken' to the Young home for the victim to view him. Two Sites Arc Offered. CLINTON, March 17. (UP)-Two free sites for the new million dollar veterans hospital authorized by congress for construction in Iowa have been offered to the government if the hospital is erected here. MRS. CHILD TO WED ·Mrs. Richard Wnshbwn Child, above, ex-wife of the former ambassador to Italy, has announced her engagement to Edmund William P. avcnstedt of Now York. They will be married in New York on March 31. The Childs were divorced In Paris in 1936. Mexican Woman Held After Husband Slays Countryman in, Fight SCOTTS BLUFF, Ne'br., March 17. (/P)--Rosa Visuanez. today was held by polce for, questioning in connection with the slaying of Rad- Ina Mora, 45 year old Mexican, here last night. Police said the woman's estranged husband, Cresencio N. Visuanez, fired the shots wnich killed Mora after a quarrel in'the Mexican quarter. Police said the woman for several months had been living with Mora. Officers found no trace of Visuanez. Child Strangled to . Death When Caught by Boards in Barri DESHLER, Nebr., March 17. liVi --Five year old Leotta Bartels'was strangled to death yesterday In a corncrib on her - parents' farm, where she had been- hunting for eggs. As she reached for a nest, a board fell and pinned her neck against the side of the crib. In hev struggle she knocked from under her the box on which she had been standing-. She-was dead when help reached her. She was the daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Barteis. j. ' Marble Tonrney Scheduled. CEDAR RAPIDS, March 17. (UP) --Grade school playgrounds were buzzing with activity today as hundreds of youngsters primed for tha fifth annual city-wldn ·*·--We tournament, which will be played Saturday. The tourney is sponsored annually by the city playground commission. DANCE R. K. O. VAUDEVILLE -- OKEH RECORDS Bobby Griggs and His Recording Band WILL PLAY AT CLEAR LAKE COUNTRY CLUB WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 18,1931 Dancing from 9-P. M. Until 1 A. M. MOTHERS now learn value of MAGNESIA. Because it is so helpful in keeping babies and children healthy and hippy, every mother should learn all about Phillips' Milk of Magnesia. This harmless, almost tasteless preparation is most effective In relieving those symptoms of babies and children generally caused by souring food in the little digestive tract, such as sour belching, frequent vomiting,; feverishness, colic. As a mild laxative, it acts gently, but certainly, to open the little bowels in constipation, colds, children's diseases. A teaspoonful of Phillips' Milk.of Magnesia does the work of half a pint of lime water in neutralizing cow's milk for infant feeding, and preventing bard curds. Its many uses fdr mother and child are: fully 'explained hi the interesting book "Useful Information." It will be sent you, FREE. Write The' Phillips Co., 170 Varick St., New York, N. Y. ,. ; . In buying, be sure to get only genuine Phillips' Milk of.Magnesia. Doctors have prescribed it for over 50 years. Funeral Rites to Be Held .for Anderson, South Dakota Judge WEBSTER, . S. Dak., March 17 (.iW--Funeral services for Frank.An deraon, former South Dakota supreme court judge and long time resident of Webster, will be ' held here Thursday from St. John's Lutheran church. ; Judge Anderson died yesterday at Davenport after an extended illness. He served as a member of the state board of regents and on the circuit and supreme court benches. Come From Ocheyednn, BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Orr McGowan and children of Ocneyu- dan spent Sunday at the parental 3. U. Leinbach home. . Fashion makes its debut in our Annual Spring Opening* A. comprehensive assortment awaits your choosing. Replicas from the world's foremost fashion centers. Frocks, Coats, Suits--all are here in a resplendent array. Won't you see them? Millinery t h a t sparkles with a new fashion freshness, every fabric that's new, that's chic and cunning. From our selection you will find a hat for every, need and every costume of the day or evening. ' · I S WHERE STATE CROSSES FEDERAL AVENUE

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