The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 24, 1930 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 24, 1930
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNKLLS VTJLL!], PA PAGE THREE'. Light Tweed Suit Liked for Travel Plaits Being Crowded Out by Circular Skirt and Tuck-in Blouse. This op«on the shops have imported rery few tweecla and wool crepe outfits front tlie mid-season collections, althoug^ there Is the uauUl plethora of auawery frocks, advises a fashion correspondent In the New York Wortd. The classic tallleur la, 01 course, to be numbered among the smartest travel- Ing costumes at any season 6f the year and the light tweed suit follows In · popularity. The notable distinction of the latest ·costumes is the met that plaits are being crowded out almost entirely by {he circular skirt and by the prevalence of tuck-in blouses of wool ID the same color as the snit but la a lighter (one. One of (JhanuU's suits illustrates this tendency. A two-piece suit of brown and yellow (weed has a skirt composed of strips iu which the pattern of the fabric alternates to gl\e a ·zigzag effect. The rcverso on the Jacket are also sewn on In contrast to the body of the coat and there Is a simple scarf collar. The blouse Is of yellow crepe and tacks In. Women who Ind the suit and blouse combination too bulky to pack under a fur coat on the first stages of » f l i p may llml some smart ensembles consisting of a wooleii dress and on- lined cardigan. One of these, from .Patou, uses navy blue jersey. The drees la a simple affair wltb a high svalst, circular skirt and collar of One white linen finished off by two small bows at the front The coat Is a full Traveling Costum of Red and W h i t e Tweed With Flared Godets. 'ength affair of hie srvme fabric a f d i uines uniitied. A very a i d . u t U e l i t t l n ensemble r i n i l l i e r a SICUM li'yj h o t U of very i l i i u tweed \\lih » m a t c h i n g caidlgan. it appeals iu green, one of the Hed Mar colors for th; South, arid accents t h e high watfet by means of a self belt i l t h tortolsp-s!u 11 buckles over the Jiipg. The skirt is very circular and Kiinea d o w n lo n food thice inches be 'dw the Knee. Tliu oiie-pifcc « colon frock appears i-lthPr in light t\veed or In a solid filiade of \\oolpn c vpo, \ \ l t h rrn.v blue :iu outhUimling f a v o r i t e . l.iK-ilo Paray is responsible for one dress, which has .1 bolero on one sUli only, g i v i n g It « i aktali, a sjmineti ical charming effect. The coats proper for traveling be. yond the possibility ot a snowfall are Hf'iernjly of heavy tweed, and the anny shopper will forget all about Hie social cllmbin,' performed by this 5'abrlc last fell. A l t h o u g h some of the new suits show a formal handling of t h i s material, the smartest of the sep- a r a t e coats arc cut on very straight 'iports lines and .show a minimum of trimming. One very Intern tins coat appears In fi mottled blue nnj graj pattern an«1 Is less fitted than those designed for t o w n wear In the North. It has a' scarf Collar, rather wider than the classic .Schlapnrelll type, which appears on ilia rlfjlit sldo only. This may be Uiroun across the tront of the neck In the familiar mitun t or may follow the hack of flip neckUiiR and lie flat on the left side of the front. Another engaging coat appears In a ·very light tweed In whlcu the com- Mrmtlon of brown and yellow appears again. This has u commodious cape collar with a fabric bow set at the back of the nock. Black Net and Chiffon for Sundas' Night Frock The Sunday ni ?ht frock is afford- *ng nmny a woman nn attractive ren- ,'ion for looking f o i w a r d to n social engagement on that evening with unprecedented anticipation. Perhaps t h e ] secret of the success of this type of f ire8 IB t h a t it deftly compromises between the fornini evening gown and the afternoon dross. Black not and Chiffon are special favorites on such occasions Long, t glit sleeves of these i|lii[ihfinous f a b r i c , me t t l l u r i n g Mijfer ThP skirts follow 'lie d t a p e d and How ng movements ot tho a f t e r n o o n Crocks. J: UK YOUR OWN CHIL'DHOOD Give Cod-LlvsrOil O/to "PLvuftW.^ Way Starts Con tinues Throughout the of February Every piece of furniture in the tremendous Aaron stocks, all of supreme quality and recognized style, and including rugs and ranges, has been reduced from the price which was already low to go into one of 3 GREAT ECONOMY GROUPS... with a saving of Group 2 with a saving of 20% Group 3 with a saving of An Annual New amd Greater Savings New possibilities for the vast Aaron purchasing: power havti opened up as a result of unusual conditions in tfoe furniture market. These opportunities have been turned to g olden account for our customers . . . and have prepared the way for a wonderful February Sale, beyond any other Sale in varieties, qualities, styles and real values. Famous Its Savin The unmatched savings are possible only because of years of hap* py dealing with reputable furniture manufacturers of America and fair treatment of the public. There isn't any question, about e · « . « owtr vast purchasing power » . . , our outstanding leadership in the distribution oiF furniture, rug*, and ranges of quality and recognized style . . . . anid our fcjeing headquarters for the kind of furniture and rugs that will blend in the homes of this community; for prompt service and for :)tylii»h merchandise at fair prices. These things, and a determination to co-operate with manufacturers of established reputation by placing new orders and by a sacrifice on our own stocks, all point to a banner February Sale. Come early. Take advantage of selections . . . when stocks are most complete. rf^» 1 mie CONVBinEJfT PAIMUjn'S AEEAKGEB.IE SO DE SIRED Future Delivery A deposit will hold your purchases for later delivery. jv Complete Home n i r ~ ~ " ~ ~ : ; : ' ~~~ s A l ! N ewly weds! ')ur Fcbi lary Sa!r offers yon j a n * o p p o H u n i t i e s to savo! SESS GREYHOUND BUS DRIVERS STRIKE FU U n i t e d 1 -esn. {TTC,VKT J ANn, Ohio, Jan 3 8 -- T w o humirwl Orohound L no bus drh'ein, oroiating bussee fron Chicago to points Hi»t, went on a striko today I ~~ a ooa£«r»nc« ba 1 £Uod to Iron! USB our "want" a.{h-0'rtiBomHit. out Drivers In all astern clti-oa aa wo-11 fi 11 Clilcajo and oth-or mUl-vestorn citic! will take pait In tbo strilce. Oinclalt of tho bus Huo declared ilia! th«y did not lK-ll\o th». walkout \\oiUd seriously hamper transportation cner tholr linos bocaiiso ilie-y hnvo plenty ot rotictvo dilvers. Trains Held Up As Brakeu Fre PITTSBURG, Jan. 23.--More 500 commuters arrived In Pltb today about on-o hour late us a i ot delays iu train sorvlca cause near noro weath-or. The all 1 briiUo tto'M on th» coach o£ * 13v«-car oummuttar a. \ than ! burg i mult 1 by ·om- modatlon which left Washington, Pa, at 7 ^. M. At Carncgis the car was sliuntrd to a siding and 300 passengers transferred to other trains. A hocond t i u l n , loaviuff WaHhlngton at 7'50 A M , oncountored tho Haine trouble. for It BO, read lh» artvoi'tiMiiis r-olumn* of Th* D«ily n j* * nnL ^inr Jratrontze I hose Who Advertise, in The Courier Use Our Classified Ads--They Bring Results,

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