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February 14, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 20

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f ' A t U O TWl'LNTY. THE U A 1 L V I'Ol'RIER, OONNELLS 71L1/K, PA. FRIDAY, PKBRT'ARY 14, 1930. Mannish Tailleur Shown for Spring j Covert, Broadcloth, Tweeds,; Worsted, Homespuns Are Much Used. Wise women who choose t h e i r ward rube w i t h an eye e x p e c t a n t l y cooked on the fashions t h n t will reign two or ; Hires m o n t h s I n t e r know t h n t t h i s is ! t h e most d i f f i c u l t of all time!; nf t h e ! y.?nr i n consider the o v r r l n p p i n u sen- sons, observes n f a s h i o n w r i t e r in ( l i e New Yort; \Vorld. Palm Bench models, w i t h w h i c h the | simps nre hope ly crowded, tinve fur i more afHnil.t for next summer's dp- i nmnds than for the sprlny season. i I'.ut an astute shopper nmy choose j versatile models even now nnd suvH Herself the expense of selecting a complete new wnrdrohe nt I ; ::istor. : TJie t u l l l c u r , both of the classic nnd , cascal t.ypes, is among tho most important spring costumes every season. ! and this year It promises to h a v e a Banner success. Practically all of t h o i new suits are equipped with very high, ; simple, tuck-in blouses and It Is only | the formpl satin blouse tha" appears n the outside of the skirt. A vivid color contrast is often pro- j vlded between the blouse and t h e snlt itself in the g i d d i e r models nnd the! suits, as a whole, nre conspicuous for i t h e i r jackets, which hug t h e figure | M-ith an equestrian closeness. It. Is a I yenr for the c u s t o m - m a d e t n l l l e n r to i run riot. For the formal suit, covert Is much used, ns well its broadcloth. There arc many tweeds In evidence, usually '·olors Inelegantly known among the v endeuses as "dirty pastels." Worsteds ·if all types and k n i t t e d fabrics which i'esemble tweeds nre shown, as well us some amusing homespun trodels of j ihe sort brought out by dop sledst-! from the vicinity of M u r r a y bay. . i Coat of Nlne.Tenth* Length. Among the rnosi: Interesting suits of . lie last mimed (yie is a model of lime : ^reen homespun w i t h decks of u 'Inr'nOT green u p p o n r i n c In t h e wenvp. I'lie coat, of n i n e - t e n t h s length. Is ·Itted l u t o the waist, and tins very j uiilored details, tiown to H notched ·ollnr, patch pockets anl four busi- ; neas-like covered luittons up Ihe f r o n t . } Tlje skirt shows f o u r k n i f e p l n l t s , on one side and is c i r c u l n r on t h e : other, In lino w i t h the new tendencies to place tho fullness at ihe sides I n "dead of the front The a c c o m p a n y i n g , blouse, of w h i t e crept, has n scurf collcit* w h i c h is tied in d stock when : Hie coat is worn. Another suit reveal* t h e figure us · m u c h ua ar.y t a - l l e u i t h a t d p p e a r e d in the days when a blouse WHS k n o w n , by Ihe less dopant n a m e (.f shirtwaist. It is of brown covert cloth. ! with m a n n i s h pndded shoulders nnd ' lias a very clean-rut chic. Tho J u c k e t . ; of finger-lip len;rth, has Its corners ' rounded In (.he n.turner of a c u t a w a y , t h e Inpels nro notched like H man's n n d l i t t l e d i a g o n a l pockets slant down wards at e i t h e r side. W i t h t h i s is w o r n an absurd l i t t l e vest of y e l l o w p i f i u c . cut on t i i c lines of a bo.\' K t f M l S l l i f . For the d n s h l n : suit t h n t is e q i i n l l v at home in t o w n nnd in the c o u n t r y you could exnml'ie nr- a f f a i r of lii)d c n a v y worsted. Tho skirt has scams i set on in ftjf form of a series of arcs. · lo fjivo it dechU'rlty c i r c u l a r effi?' 1 !. · The jni'Urs'. is an a m u s i n u l i t t l e model ; w i t h fi hrwid sns i of t l u ; f u b r l c d r a w Ing it in t f g h t l y -.0 i.he waist nnd glv ' ! tho dellR'.it of all The siime fabric form ; the skirt, to w h i c h a bodice of p l a i n green Jersey Is a t t a c h e d nt a High p o i n t , g l v l n K tho effect of it t u c k - i n b l u ' i s e . A broad, siift l i c i t of Ihe jerwey Is scl on several inches lower than he bodice and, even so, coincides w l ' l i the norrml waistline. A very rakish l i t t l e mil for sports appears in a c h a l k y s i m i l e of p i n k basket weave. The skirt i as an effect of exaggerated l e n g t h , coming np to a p o i n t not f a r below t IB collar bone and c o n t i n u i n g to the i p p r o v e d point t h r e e I n c h e s below }he ,;npf?. The collarless jacket Is f i t t e d to t h e w a i s t by m e n u - of :i i i n r r u w self belt nnd a very H.'itlcrin^ I ne l« provided by the jabot nf t h e pli:i» crepe. bliuisn n very f r i l l y , circiilnr -ifTfilr w h i c h Is worn o u t s i d e i h e Jii''lu . An a m u s i t i i ; device is the use of l i t ; l e covered buttons w h i c h ;ire ranged ip tho f r o n t , in groups of t h r e e , w i t h several inches nppi'iiriiiK between ' h y clusters. Dyad Shoes fe' Spring. Shoe experts are now t a k i u y l!m" off to try to predict thts spring modi 1 . This is n risky buslnei 9 at b e s t -- o n l y t h e hardiest prophets will a t t e m p t to tell you w h a t w i l l !« e m p h a t i c a l l y what In the wuy of dres* Cushions a few month. 1 ! from H O P . and the show designers cnn do l l f t l e mor« t h n n tag {sJIl){a][infffl]ri][q][i]fE]ri]|ffl)rS -- "~ L - '~- ll ~^ 1 --"--Ji__iu_i-- BRAND NEW SPRING STYLES INCLUDED t. !·'. very dress was secured w i t h ;,' i i m to providing- a wonder- ml v a l u e ! The new modified i l l i n i i e t t o IUMY Hurt's - new l - i - r l h a s n e w role effects -n e w boleros! Itciuilit'nl n o w priiHcd crepes-tlal crepes -- 'iH'or crepes In lovely new !:iuli Nliiules, dusty Nhadcs, hroivn, nnvy, nnl hlnck. i'or street, btiHliiess, afternoon and i n f o r m a l evejilng wear. Sixes .'!« to 41, 11 to l!0 uric! M H «, ASTONISHKJ* TiiK.SK V A L U M S ' 'Sunlight" . Aluminum All .; wge pieefis--Dish Pans, 'Percolators, Double JJt ilers, Tea Kettles, etc. :7c 7Cjc80 Double Co ton Blankets Pla d Blankets in all colon , Special .$1.89 Ladies' Ribbed Union Suits Regular stylo or strap all sixes -,^ shoulder 72c Thosij who know fa.sh- iori should rnako a defi- n i t e point, of Investigating tins offering! Up to t h e mimito stylon -- fine u a 1 i t v broadcloth -gorgeous collars, cuffs and borders ot wolt, beaver, nuirmink. .'!G t n -1-1, 1-1 to 20 and :HV a to 26%. Silk Draperies One special lot, ucs to $.1.00. Yard val- 38c .79 LADIES' SILK UMBRELLAS La ics' Silk Umbrellas, "Gloria" Silk Umbrellas. K"cw riannisli han-dles, 1(5 Bi ISH Kihs ,..,,_ _. $2.79 5i,ii££!S!SS A Collar of White G o - t Trims Charm ing Youthful Blur Ciotli Suit. along u t t e r the dress modi'. On sncli a ttiattfr »s t h e oiupsinitlve im portance of blue nnd ^rcen shoes, for instance, they arc coi ipletcly split. The most o n t s t a n d h 15 fact about lh« new styles in shoes is tlie promised p o p u l a r i t y of kid, wh ch lias been nn der r n t i i c r H cloud n ( l i e |ia.*il few m o n t h s in tin- face o the mede l a n d - Tin; reptiles also eein to l u t v c n j w i i n i n ^ p o p u l n r i l y . ^lost of tlu; I n r ^ e | houses are p l a n n i n g {·· carry n few PX- ! niT-plM of the w t i t e r s i i k e In black and 1 w h H e , beige a n d j:ivi- the dyed r e p l i l c in ev: I'attMit l e a t h e r , of I ' l i n i n l f a ' ' » r i t « ' for sj w i l l (inil/nln.v lie won son by women who £li r n f In tsiich iiuitlcr.'i t sina"! w i i f i i a t i w|ii h: i'in-p!ii:e h o m e - w o r k . per;i p u m p s lire one. in t h e l e e t h of u a r c f'W styles of sh' n s l i m n n k t c rnort) i i t h .so who :an s t a i n t h e vr-ry sioarJest I liffiHliffffiffliSB'ffiffilSiTgr^gi 10 Coly's ' · · I'owdor I'ompc'ian $ l . C O Fianc-r? Pov/dor IJfir j'ond's i n g or Cold Cnv.ini 150 Ladies' rf | Sizes 16 to 44 SjiJin.s, Silk.s, F i j i t Crepes, V o l v f t Co jji ((iiialion Values to $10 New Spring HATS Y o u ' l l find a i l the now Spring colors Y o u ' l l love tho clever Spring styles, C.K l i o c i a l l y Hie iit\v sinull brims! You'll b i;l:u! of t h i s SALFr--t.hat. itffords you Hm u c h smartn«ss at such Httlo coat $1.79 r- n n n--* f-- 600 Pairs Ladies Silk Hose IJomberg, Van Rualte, and Other Makes. . Values to $J.({ri In pure silk, featuring the newest shades, with pointed or square heels ..,, _ ._. 92c SPECIALS For MEN and Bo f s' Suits and Overcoats A H p a n U want tyN's and Colors. y .H'otber Should Tlioso Val ties. Sizes 0 to IS. ig pants, short , any style you $3.99 $6.99 S8.99 SHIRTS $2.00, $2.50 and SS.OO Vulnos. .All Sixes Stylos unit ('olors. $ .39 Suits and Overcoats At lowest Prices The Greatest Clothing V«I«es Ever Offered! $10.«9$18.99 Special Girls' Silk and Cloth Dresses Values to $4.95 but i h i 5 diiy ol l e n t l y nt an end ·tirsff. is a per- m u r e next cnn ) i n t o ;i s(ns(ni!il r n n b y t h e i t l l n i ·i done her Cash Hebful Advice to Girls tab Bhff W By · A M N I K A N N I E e on e v e r y i fiK'l t h a i there | «s w l i f c h r e i j u l i e i p e r B i l v o l y . Tor Ihe discomfort, i hl^li f r e n t n lieeln w i l l l)e OH ih.'sr. -ther wo/neii w i l l | iye;i ! ;)le crepe H w i l l continue to '.I s a t i n promises o it lorce e x t t - n l . i n t i n gowns t h n t tin; w h i t e s/illn he i h e irtosi l i n shoes. Chartreuse and W h i t e Tweed f ashions Smart Suit With Fitted Coat. Inj: I h e lower part t h e effect o f n ] l l i i r i n g pepluiii. A Inrwfi iiicke! bnckli; is set r ont' t t l p aud t h e Inpels nre soft, f u l l ufTuIr* ot "'liito Me.tloiin n«at, a fur t i u i t Is almost tntlistin- i;ui9liiihl(! from !;liHTe(i la;)in. Stripe* In Evidence. Stripes of n!) sorts are [tupping iifi i n lite more i n f o r n i i i l [ilinscs of t h o mode. l!ro;Hl tDisoue stripi'.i w i l l Ix? worn on the bwichcs mid inan.v prtlo o a l s bin H s i a r t l i i i j i resonihlnnce tn UK? iuor« c"nu'ly bhr/cra. One suit of k n i t t e d f:Urlc carries out the it'.ea In n more restrained form. Narrow diagonal : tripes of hlack 'ind v i v i d jjiT-cn f o r m n l i H I o Jni'hi'i w i i t i i l » corners round oil in I IH n u i n n c r Hint be t i i c r t n i t t e d i ! ' i uc\ frein'ii w t i l k i i i L * · liei'l. w h i f - l i is H p r c - s a n t compromise h i ' l w i M T i i lie bnby-f ··('iicli liHlf;ht ol b i u i r d i n v ; chnol da;. ··· nni) the s t i l l - | !il;c inodch, I h i i f will be Hie sinsirtpst. ; A n o t h e r excellent s r . v l c ( o r d f i y t l i i i e ; wenr Is t h e t h r e e - i - y e l e l oxford In I blnck und t u n kiii. «· th the usun! coy ; ^ l i M l p bow nt grosjfni n set n cross t h e . ' i n s t e p . j Buckles to f i « Worn. * j For ovenliii: i\w v t t u u t t o n reinnins j. F u r p r i s i i i j l l y a t n t i c . chines t i n d brocndes n p p i v i r , n l t h o n x h dyi i n (ivorshiiilow these W i t h n i l t h e w h i t e Jii-e boiinil to nppi'Bf slipper w i l l prohtibly |)i»rt;inl »f n i l tin; in Open shiuili s n n d a l ^ w i l l , of course, be w o r n for cvcniii}:. A I'nbrlc t n i i c h cs- toernt.'il for the even! i^; openi p u m p Is moire, w h i c h w i l l i)| pesir lu h o t h the b:lk r e nnd w h i l e whsi es. i One of the most interesting of the i roveliiliotis now !lo;iilng nbont Is the ftH't H i n t ib« el!ibor:ite buckle [irom- Isfs f o tinve « far ·I'lder promlnetire t h n n it lias en.loyed of recent years. l-'or beige moire ; hoes tho topnz b u c k l e Is excellent. This appears e i t h e r In i h e form of several large stones, square or ei lernld cut, or is made u p uf i n n u i n i ruble mmill bu- queue, stones in n pi t tern taken from the pattern of a pl.;ce of old court Jewelry. For \ve»r on black pntent leather or suede shoes, whk-b « i l l . still appear Hi i Ihe afternoon in sou e quarters, large j s(|iiore buckles of cu steel nre of 1 m - j portiince. Those, In some, cases, nre J us much as two l n lies wide. Hunt? j c r y s t a l or rhinest^ni.- models are of- j I'cred for w e t i r on w dte or dyed evening slippers. These, for some reason, n r e not approved In olors, but appear in n i l - w h i t e version- of U u c de In i ' u l x or Versailles jevtlry. I.AUR1B: \J \Vo a.r« twi.i jj;irl« in o\:r j-arly tp«i;i: w h u ilko (wo hiwti Ono (t;iv we :n?t these two boy? r»nl v.') had two sir! friend."* -vith tj-'f. I lmr«Iu.-f(l my two friciul." t t j ih« tays The one «ir! mth'T liko'l my friftiwl n.nd wa.* irt-.va:'5 talktnf: about him a y u j om; l:iy »!i«- wrote him n l n t t - r a a k i n f f h i m lo CO c :» a party ami he haiv?;.' jnptv her; he cons^nti'd. { FIT t him onr nl^-hl nnd he loolc mo h o ' n c anil w.-is v»ry nico to rrsc. Hat f h ( i i f x t d:iy hr was up ill h-r f.prn'-. Sh' 1 s;ooiTi*»rt J^;\|DU.S of nt.; f m l I t b o i K h t »ho coiiJd ec with him if t to. Ho III t^runt in ni« ;in4 The tm.r i« thin; hnppencrt lo lhl» other Kir:, wt'ia. WB w a n t to kniw :« how tc jrnlr rh'-lr }n.*rtt, aj?a|ji? W. tin no lovft tie**n ooyn e.rv\ io not tr* w i t h th«n steajljly. PATSr AND TJMMA. A T R V AND K X O t A : It Vfoilld ! whi'Ttt tn th(- mnf of BMoti l i r*»HMion:ible yiuii^ ni^n tc t*ik« t^ IIP i( I'-jtst. rofH;it;:inrn, jxnd CWB .;lici-in/T ymrsBlv-.-fl alx^-ut th« -jipei'i;i!ly n.', you irdl-ate that t)v THE tvh*»n .v*u m w t any indiratlon th«lr ronitut't. tbo th7ri «nd d^i riot g*l of your tplJilon IniJiff(-rpnrp in oft la t. OAS« nttv you* / 1 That Cranks Your Car · - . - - " " Deep in your car lies i.ho battery. It's a silent, eflicient irtachino that performs its tasks ·with little attention, or thought on. your part. B?it beware the dangers of neglecting your battery entirely--cranking is no f u n . Drive in regularly and have your battery cheeked--it's u money-saving habit. IF have something to sell and are in big hurry to sell it, let the cle,ssiBed advertising department of The Courier \ pro\e its ability a« a speedy and efficient J ·$ talcn medium. I Your Old and 'Must Hullery Hns Be H.(»j)lnced- Outliyed Its IJseniines- -lio.t Us Install a pVERY Nash "400" model is now equipped ·-- with built-in automatic radiator shutters-o feature of superior performance which Nash alone offers in a!I three Nash price groups. f The opening and closing of Nash radiator shutters is automatic--nothing to push or puil --controlled by a thermostat--accurate and invariable. It keeps Nash motors operating at the most efficient engine temperature in uny weather. «$ And this is only one of many new features of thes« superior motor cars. 4f Centralized chassis lubrication in every "400" model is another. «$ Twin cowl ventilators and adjustable drivers' seats are others. «| All Twin-Ignition Eight and iix models have lifetime lubricated jprings with flexible steel spring :overs. «|And all Twin-Ignition :ight models are equipped with Du- jiate non-shatterable plate glass as standard equipment at no extra cost. TWIN-IGNITION EIGHT TWIN-IGNITION SIX SINGLE SIX PHONE ". Evans Motor Company CO 7 Mif,l.SViLr,K, IM. EAST (.'RAWOKO AVli. nun BATTERY Henry Oppornu! i .Ve-ross (he JJridsfe .1'is O p j i o r m a u ·luM Vs( 1'nnM'orfl .Avo. 1'hoiio 125:. wVWU *«Wf/W/^^ft««rtfvaft«#W»«#^^ ^ are the finest In ttte city--a most desirable locati )n for thai NEW HOME you r* to b u i l d . $110 UP TO tt,WO Fine \jnarter Acre BnHding .Lots--C'.i-y water; schools and churoh nearby can b« purchased for as low as $110. for full particulars write C, B. MeGoriiiick ConnellBville. i ' ' ^p ) jM^^f ^fV^MW^»««^^iM*^»MfcnIMMft^M l M^ JMMMMM^MajlfctVtMMk^^caja^^j^

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