The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1930 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 11, 1930
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PACJE SIX. New Tones Shown for Spring Wear Few Crude Colors to Be Used, Paris Corre- . 'sponcient Says. .Debts ^powers that direct fashion's trends have, decreed the death of ihe Kuribiirn. vague,, fl'acl^res a Purls fash- Ion ..correspondent !n tbfi JS'ew.t.ork Times. The lO/jQ "elcatite"; wUJ' e herself. Tho itorfc damsel will wear a tan, of co»ir»e, but the fair girl will protect her pc.oHy complexion oven If she- has to tftkti to %-eli and suubon- nets na -hor 183'J predecessors did, ."Tf Js to be a ttrae of much more Individ-. uallty- among women .thnn when nil the .benches were crowded \vtth bru-. nettes, * A,i fashionable colors are rwtjirallly designed ' to SOT: olt fashionable com* plosions, this change of sktn vitally affects the 1030 anrtorlal folor chart. Few, If any, crude colors will be used this yens-, leather, ,«lors will often be toned with theiri own cora- plem'cntnrles; ^or oxnmplp, blue nnd orange will be mixed to produce ttir- nuolse nnd p.mcock tones -- with 'a much -more lively 1 effect tlian th'e grayed · pastels, Blue always accompanies essentially fetnlnino fnshton epochs--- as ' great painters have chosen,. It for the innn- tie of the madonna as a symbol of purity and splrttuallyt--and It is com- Ing back strongly Into the 1030 mode. Navy blu« will be one of the lending Charming Frock. Made of Emerald Gresn. 311k Crepe. colors for evening ns well as for morn- Ing' and afternoon costumes. Then tlicre ure violet blues,- nnd grnyed-vlo- let'--blues, n'icl green -blices; ^apls- \nziill, pencock, lurquolse and robin's egg. · . ' · - · · . - · · . : · ^B'ahvnj's Jinppcns when blue leads, si t'feat variety,of gray tones will fol- loiv,' bnt there, will be no neutrals. Grabs'will b«'"f«ilr but fnlse," being colored with livelier tones. Sujoke ({ray and amethyst gray, toned with .viofet, will be popular for all time* of (Iny, us" will sulphur gray, toned witii yefiow; grape gray, shaded with greeni; smoky topaz, cloutled with or- nngq; litpue gray, -chlEIed . with blue, nnd fignta fray, wnrmed with red. Tho perennial beiges will be grayed dovns to soft or tones. Two new pimuts oC 'browns will be good, one a warm gol'len brown, which paScs down f.o yellow beige, for blonds; the other a negre running I n t o . g r n y boteo for the dllvo-sklnneil brnnettos. Tiiere will be several rich reds--the rod of the · .Aiecjuemlnot roue, which In its lighter tints gives lovely pale pinks; Chinese red and an orange red slightly different from the tomato smart last summer. Spring, dl";. coiirse, nhvn.ys fosters new greens,' :Th'e bluish water;greens «uid peacocl; hues give promise of popularity; in'/flieir darker tones they' have the glsnt-of a raven's wing. Th« green of onx leaves'. modulated with bronze w!l,l tint fashionable ensembles. Its lighter tones, which approach the color of spring water, are particularly flattering to blonds. · Yellows wit) abound on the beaches. They, too, will be different from the bright yellows of last year. Tvyo-colot* cpsstumes, It is predicted, will :be smarter, than those o f - a single tone, especially black and white, pink and* black, ecru, sand or beige and black. ., . · Net, ^ Georgette Used in Combination Fabric allUsnces ninny times are the cachet, of chic .In a .frock. Tiie newJconibin.UIon Is net with crepe or georgette. The -net is used not only for billowy lint's, but In tailore.'l nnd incrustfnl b* ridings, presenting an entirely treatment. Tho effect Is taltore.fli''yct miraculously the dress Is tllatln'cUy of Ihc afternoon type. The crepe afternoon dress with ffie flai'liig from the elbow sleeves often h'na^lnjrustFd' bunds of the net set In J h e ''slK'vt's and used a.'j.'n finish for the nocKlino, A simihir unployrnenl of net Is seen jn evening gowns of trope or seorg- «tte, the r.o' formlns gotiets In which the lailo'rer] suggestion Is pronounced. Our 1930 WALL PAPERS Are Now On Display FOX'S Wall Paper Store 107 South.rifcteburur Street DAILY COURIER, CONNEI LSVILLB, PA', V " T7 -PUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, r Everybody's Store 121 N. Pitjtsburg This Sale Sets a New Record for Values Bought way under priced--together with our own stocks, tremendously reduced. Bargains galore. Every department on our 3 big: floors offers the greatest outstanding bargains. f V OUR BIG UNDERSELLING SALE m See Our Men's, Women's, Boys'j, Girls' mid Children's' Slices lleduccfl for Immediate disposal to make AVliy spring arrivals, Everj slioc is new, smr.rt nnd different! YTe nrgo early nttondnnro. r our, new Women's Up to $8c Moccasins 39c Women s Patent, Suede, Velvet Novelties That Sold Up to $5.00--Now Hlffli Cuban, ·Military and Low Broken Styles, But all skis in iuo group. Ties, Oxfords Straps. Pumps ( hlldren's $2,98 Sti ips, Oxfords ni d High Slit- es $1 .97 MORNIKM SPJKCLir, From 8:30 to 11 A. M, Large Size, $1.29 Cocoa Door Mats (Ne]80ii's~3rJ Ftcor) SSFECIA.T,. From 8:30 o 11 A. M. WINDOW SHADES WlUt Fixtures (Nelson's--3rd Plopr) -SPECIAL. From 8:80 to 11 A. B£. 99 Inch Mohawk SHEETING Bleached ·--Yard Nelsofc's---Main Floor) Floor CURTAINS-DRAPERIES Servoral col la satin and ; JBrokau but all Biz PS t New w i n t e r styl s in several leal lers, with g o d wearinK hot( ms, ail sizes t a. Misses* and ChlJdren's Straps and Oxfords Values to $2.10 Iu patoat,.tazi nnd gun metal leathers. Broken sizes. Real $2.49 values, j Special $| -00 | $2-49 Boys' Hig3i Top Beg, j55Ki)6 .Values Tan. and black elk leathern, with learner or composition soles-Sizes to G. Men's Leathox House Slippers Nelson's Underselling Sale $1.95-82.95 Curtains Way Underpriced Lace Panels . 2-Piece Curtains 5-Piece Ruffled Curtains Only a sale like this can produce such values. Supply your needs now for spring house cleaning. (Nelson's Curtain Dept--3rd Floor) Yard Wide Muslin Good quality unbleached mus- jin -- for al] home aoeds, yd -t _ ..... Nelson's -- 3rd Floor) 1*7 g* i C- Linen Toweling, Yard Stevens' all linen crash tow- cling, absorbing quality, yd. Nelson's--3rd Floor) 47 Inch Table Oilcloth, Yd, Regular 46c and 49c table oil cloth--white and fancy ^O/ patterns, yard v . _!." ·)«/1/ Nelson's--3rd Floor) EIGHTY EIGHT CENT SPECIALS Values Up to $2.00 81x90 Bed Sheets-- Now 4 Yards Reguilar 35c Fast Colored! Prints 54x54 All Linen Lunch Cloths · · · - - · - " · - · - , . - - . - · · 4 Yards to 35c ]New Cretonnes 8 Yards to 40c Yard Wide Marquisettes Women's .JfOVEJ/TY , FOOTWEAR $2,49 ' Infants 9 nnd Ihildron's Shoes Children's bettor shoes In patent, Can and, ; un raatal leathers, j a sizes o 2., Value-i to S2,98...In siz ·« to 2. Komeo o r E. v-'p.r.o t t 'o styles, witli flexible lea/th.- ir aols, and .·ubber heels, all sizes to 11. Patent, tan and In straps Women's All Jlublur or ClotJi Low (Juflf Gaiters Women's W $3.50 all rubber or elotlr leathers, pum*8, ties: and oxfords'. Broken sizes. cuCE artica, al- »o 4 - buclcie 31 P I's to 14.00 DJ oss Shows jinil Oxfords Boys' nnd GMs' : '-Shoos Nelsons Underselling Sale , Special Yulues for This Underselling Siile Uroup Men's Shoes $1.0,0 Up to $1.95 Patent, t a n and biitcic .leathers.' Siz- ea to 2. 40 Inch Flat Crepes Brolcea stylos in tftn and, bluck leathers -- Brolcea 3!n4s to 1,1. 40 Inch Georgettes Infants' ])i ess Shoes Group JUoys* Shoes 40 Inch Satins Men's Sturdy Work Shoes 40 Inch Figured Creptis $1.49 Values c e o r button style , in plain or coml (nation all- s Zen*.''' H. 40 Inch Radium Silks (jroup Infants' Soft Solo Slices and Slippers AfiSorlocl colors. Broken si/.e.H. 40 Inch Messalines (Neison's--Third Floor) Hope Muslin, Yard Genuine first quality Hope Muslin-cut from the full bolt, . "1 "I ^» (limit) yard .,, ',. JLJLC Nelson's--3rd Floor) 36x36 Lunch Cloths 29ci Regular,lip to 75c fancy bordered' lunch cloths L.» Nelson's--3rd Floor) Pillow Tubing', Yard Heavy quality, 40 and 42 inch tubing, close smooth thread Nelson's--3rd Floor) (Yard Goods Dept.--3rd Floor) SAVE! SAVE! SAVE Horner's All Wool Yard ...38c 36 in. Art Ticking, feather proof, yard ...i..., .,.......;,.i... 24cw 36 inch Reversible Casement Cloth, yard 37c 32 inch Paisley Ginghams, yard 16c 3x4.6 ft. Congroleum Rug 99c 70x80 Cotton Blankets 93c Oversize Unbleached Mattress Covers 92c 27 inch Apron Gingham, all colors, yd. ·. ...,..,..8c i 21x27 Feather Pillows .42;25 Ironing Board Pad and Cover ;.... ; .,.,,,. 89c (Yard Goods Dopt.--3rd B'loor) Uiulorselling SJalo 50c Women-a; Part Wool. Hone .Heather n.lxtures aut| black 14.11 sixes. (Ni^snii's--Klrat F'oor) Underselling Sale... 50c Women's Fibre Plaited Hose ' 28e Dropstltali;. c:olorn ohampue'iae,. gralu, tan,, bark and toltick. (Nolaou'a--First Floor) Underselliwtg Sale 25c Boy £ Ribbed Hose Full length'.' Black only. aizoa. . . . - · - . ··· ' (Nelson's--First. Plow) Ail Underselling Sale Infants' to 50c Flannelette Wear Kimonos, Gowns aud Slips -trimmed. (Nelson's--Second Floor) Underselling 1 Sale Infants' 50c Dresses 26c Infants' white-.abort 'drosses--em- broidery and lace trims, (Nelson's--Second Floor) . Underselling : Sale Odd Lot Girls' Coats $1 Girls' fui- trimmed winter coats- lined. Broken alzes. (Nelson's---Second Floor)

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