The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 12, 1930 · Page 7
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March 12, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER. CQNNELLSVILLE, 3 A. SEVEN, Fashions Styl* World Also Has Us Navy Conferences. 'Tbe Capelet Frock for Semi-Formal Occasions Bhlrrlng* emphasize th* normal waiat. A tied-on capolat, rounded front panel and low-placed flare* art Important style features. It IB a typical frock for luncheon, bridge, tea or other ··mi-formal occasion*. Made without · lee vet, the ctrcso I* correct in an Informal evening background. Made of plain fat crepe or g«orgetta for, day wear and of light shade* of these fabrics and printed chiffon for evening,--Woman's Home Oofnpsalon. By FRANCES PAGET Copyright, 1930, by Style Sources. NEW YORK, March 12.--Navy conferences are in the air. The Nniarl world wears its colors to a gratifying extant although not to th exclusion of others or ot black. It ie inevitable that black enters every discuHsion . of .navy, since they are} such admitted rivals. Both ai'e regarded as the unbeatable interpreters ot practical daytimo clothes, to say nothing of tholr assuming r«- Hpectivc' jilaces in the evening mode. That many who'have been devoted aiid -faithful to "black for »uch a long time are beginning to teei uu urge to wear navy instead is significant. Paris, for, example, Is credited ·with having expra6«el its imputes by wearing navy this winter. The latest contribution from Paris is «ummei- up in the messages from the spring couture craning*), where navy registered a very definite point in important col- l«ction«, euch as Patou, J^elong, Talbot, Bernard et Cle and Chantal. One evidence ot the navy prospect for spring Ja already eeen in the demand .that has registered in early "bay-ing ot millinery In that cdlor. ' ffavy hiiB "been talked about for several n.eaeons, eo that thw-:o who have heeded the call from the beginning are apt to feel that any present mention ot navy is "old fctufC." A« a matter of fact, it has not realized by a great margin the proportion* of ac- ;C«ptance which expreseec -the universal ' nod of approval. Last spring it had a vogue, but it was only repre- 94ntativ« of a fraction of what a navy 6-eBon can be. Many people are taking for granted the growing popularity of navy, first as a, natural sequence In the develop,, Blent of a fcushion idea that has already hoen begun, and secondly as a «pontantxni8 move in tin* great feeling for all blues that is surging through the present fashion con sciolism.**. Dickerson Run \ BICKBKSON RUN, March 12--Mr. and Mtt), Homor Welling of Allison and Mr, and Mre. Jack Cochran of Perryopolks ,have returned to -their homes after spending tlw day visiting Mr. ami Mm. Marry Lint at Lookout farm. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weaver and children of Fayetto City spent Sunday here a« th« guest oi friends. Jos'eph Orlando**of Girnegle upent the weok-end ,vtaitlng hi-i parents, Mr, and Mr». Tony Orlando at Vaadtrbilt, Mre. 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