The Raleigh Register from Beckley, West Virginia on September 9, 1951 · Page 13
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The Raleigh Register from Beckley, West Virginia · Page 13

Beckley, West Virginia
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Sunday, September 9, 1951
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Tweeds Make Good With A Big City Look * ever be fore has there been such a wonderful variety and elegance wrthe usually-tailored, casual tweed fabric! fiicks to bold Plaids, ! 3n excilin £' colorful versa- tiuty to new tweeds. Sportswear item? leature bulky bold men's wear types, and are beautifully coordinated with hand- Dags, shoes and millinery, casual- in-mood, yet elegant in styling. The surprise of the new season, i S j u e d ~ for evenin e wear. You'll nnd bare-topped tveed frocks and lavished with jet and brilliants. These tweeds were trims of satin, faille and velvet to enhance their new beauty. And, there are wonderful coordinated groups for ensemble wear . . .matching colors, yet in different patterns. FAINT FIBER RUGS Fiber and sisal rugs can be redecorated in new attractive colors with an application of a new type of paint. Fiber rugs are made from a variety of compositions, including twisted paper covered with fiber stands, so it is necessary to apply a size coat before painting. This size coat binds the rug and may be either glue size, starch size or shellac. For your new and complete fall outfit come to The Bud. get Shop where you will find the tops in *tyle» and value*. ' New arrivals daily in COATS From $29.50 up SUITS From $25.00 up DRESSES ' From $9.95 up Use Our Lay-Away Plan The BUDGET SHOP North Fayette St. Opposite Court House Classroom attire must be comfortable but neat. Miss Saliy Larew (right) li an old hand at choosing clothes for classes as she is a senior at West Virginia University this fall. Her favorite is this black and green skirt and wesket, which can be worn as separates. Her white blouse features a manderian collar. A dark grey skirt with a white wool sweater that buttons at the neckline is modeled by Miss PaUy Lively. Both girls selected loafers for campus activities. (RegJster ph College Clothes Are Bright, Gay And Interesting It's a tossup between mother and daughter as to who gets the most enjoyment from shopping for a college wardrobe. This-year Beckleyans found a variety'of fashions to shop from, and many problems confronted the co-ed as to what dress she wanted for those extra special occasions, and whether to choose grey or black for the basic garment. Velvet is taking the lead in the date dresses for the co-eds for both afternoon and evening wear The fitted dresses come in a variety of colors and this fabric is vying for top honors for suits. College^ life is more than being rushed for sororities and for dating, there is a serious side for classroom studies, and to be able to concentrate the student must be. well groomed in comfortable clothes. For these occasions, which are daily, the wardrobes will include the separates, which are running gamut for first grade to the college senior. The combinations include skirts, snug little weskits, blazer jackets and swing-back coats, which can be had in wool or the increasingly popular corduroy. The colors are infinite, with rus- ets, bronzes, and ambers slightly in the lead. Tweed skirts have matching vests or long stoles, and maybe both, and all of them lean towards the tan, beige, and brown shades. Paired off with jewel colored jersey blouses, it's one of the prettiest costumes for campus wear. Favorite party of cocktail dress on campus will be short and sweet Dancing, feet will be clad iri matching satin pumps with Louis heels. Evening dresses will include the ever-popular bouffant skirt which gives that pinched waist look and Gray Is Gay in Everything From Smart Cotton to Wool At the top of the colorscope for on brocade, elegant satins gun IP fall cai-,~-- **· i_ ,.· .. »««i_i , ... ·*·"» The belle of the ball might well be the title Miss Martha Sanders will obtain this fall, when she dances in this beautiful white net over taffeta gown. The fitted bodice U sti-du-i with rhinestcnes and pearls and her only jewelry is a collar of rhinestones. (Register Photo) YOUNG SOPHISTICATES For high school, campus, or grade school, the young Miss will find just the right fall outfit here at The MODERN. Selection* are complete, size ranges are wide, and the choice of patterns, colon and ·tyles are unbelievable. Open An Account At the MODERN From Small Girls To The Growing MJ«s You'll Find Just The Right SlyU In A New COAT SUIT DRESS BLOUSE SKIRT SWEATER Popularly Priced Easy Terms Use Your Credit at the MODERN The MODERN Beckley -- Mt. Hope -- O«k Hill -- Sophia fall season, Grey headlines its fashion importance! After the tremendous popularity of banker's grey, last fall and the pale, silvery greys of spring, grey ·ades continue to be ace-high in drawing up a winning fashin hand. Trump-high in all designer collections, fabrics come to the fore in gay greys! Again, as last year, yarn-dyed greys are getting the most attention in classic suits of flannel both wool and rayon. This medium grey tone, will be shown in your favorite store wearing such exciting names as "pewter", "antique" and "frost". In rayon suitings and dress weights, especially in the flannel types, yarn-dyed grey, rates your interest and selection. Your dress - up frocks in rich crepes and taffetas are highlighted too, in very dark greys. Look to "flannel - greys" in the ribbed fabrics, especially in wide- waled corduroy. Look to fur fabrics, especially in krimmer cloth, in wondrous grey. In rich silk, ray- metal greys gleam with high fashion importance. And grey will add glamour to classics. In the silver - metal theme Sunday Register. Beckley, W. Va.. Sunday Morning, September 9, 1951--13 Velvet Dramatizes Elegance Of the Fall Fashion Scene Being "IN VELVET" this Autumn--is being very much in the fashion picture. For the rich, lustrous look of velvet in dresses, suits, and even coats -- in trim- ·nings and accents--in hats and and new and exciting with rhinestone clasps and trims. And, velvet is on hand, in gloves combining fabrics with velvet. Double-woven gloves with velvet cuffs and bows are often seen. Oth- From the top of your head. r to rend toward elegance. From the luxurious silk and ray-' - on velvets in cocktail dresses and| t h e tips of your toe *--you'll be in suits to the casually styled velvet- velvet - too! Be sure to have st least one velvet hat in your wardrobe, and a pair of velvet shoes eens--it's a velvet fall. The velvet or velveteen "occa- may well be your choice for Au- sion" coat is a 1951 newsmaker- TM y , we » be your choice j that is wearable for both daytime! dress-up occasions. and evening. Veleteen on one side, wool on the other is a new formula for reversible coats with a desk- to-date, campus-to-cocktail appeal for the career and college girl. Velvet and tweed combinations Poodles Are Newest Pets For Fashions It doesn't have to be pedigreed, but if it's a "poodle", it's fashion's every a bjgger-than-ever season V6t accessorie * and milii- the favored il and even- ~ ~ -- *-"**« fc*ui*a «fc*i, A* 4.1, ^ Q ^j\j\jij.ic it are noteworthy in both coats and pet coating of the year' suits-such as tweed jackets, col-t ' vTveteen'strt 611 *** ^ With Pensive « im P°* ed "P°odie" cloth's ce^aTa^ 1 S ° ^ - ^^^^^ " ,, ,!?_. as a . n accent on evef y type into-winter coats is fuzzy, furry, bulky and nappy-textured.- Today's collections of coats, point up the tremendous "poodle" influence in - all fabrics. This trend has revived the all-alpaca ing bags s~Jc~h"a^m?! l *V Ha even ' C ° at ' ' ' has ereat * d lon «.. loopy Douches danitv h ^ drawstrin g and curl y tweeds. . .doormat types, velon^llTl^ b fSf. a n d e n . l s h a g - haired fabrics, and long- or these look [haired zibeiines. ** IV c, - . ... .. ·'* -·'·''··*·"· f - '"·*'wflwflr'8Kft£- f Sunday mornings will find Miss Mary Ardith Jones UeU) and Miss Julia Ann Dunn en route to church. Miss Jones will attend the services in this wool knitted dress while'Miss Dunn selected a check suit styled whh trim lines. (Register Photo) the fitted or basque bodice will be strapless so that the stoles and jewelry that clings only to the skin can be worn to stagger the stag line. Wool jersey will be a popular! fabric with the co-ed as will cor- f duroy and plaids. A romantic must for the college wardrobe is a taffeta - covered crinoline petticoat to give that certain swish to the favorite afternoon or date dress. "To go with" the wonderful grey notes in the fall fashion ."» »»; anvct - meiai uieme ot - -- ~n.ti xa.jin UIl yiuiure, : gre3% beautiful coatings will have antic l ue and modern silver jewelry,! "-'- - in heraldics, antique and modern designs, ar e keynoted for real fash ion importance. Tricornes Take Fall Spotlight in Hat Parade By DOROTHY ROE AP Fashion Editor Ever since George Washington's day, the tricorne has been a perennial hat favorite, bobbing up from time to time as women rediscover its flattering lines. This year is a tricorne year, as indicated by the fall showing of the Miiiinery Creators Guild, which presented the perky'three-cornered i all sizes and all degree* .of this subtle shade as a highlight the exciting stripes, plaids and texture weaves. More silver - metal jewelry gives impetus to glitter sparkle on suave grey grounds. It's a simple exercise in fashion mathematics to add grey footwear and handbags to your ensemble. Gloves, scarfs and millinery too, all; take fashion interest in grey. And what's perfectly wonderful about grey, is its most exciting I adaptability to all the thrilling colors in the fall fashion spectrum! NAVY TALK! i "Navy's in". ..your last yefcr's winter navy is still in the fashion smart set, but it does not have the tremendous imporance as a late- season color as previously. You'll be seeing them in hatter's Plush, in draped velvet, in felt and velours, sometimes trimmed with feathers, sometimes with sequins, usually with a small mask veil This seems to be the first definite trend discernible in a millinery season notable thus far for varied dramatic silhouettes by individual designers Grey goes with purples, yellows, rust, green and darker grey. It goes with red, royal, black, white and just about every other new-for-iall color imaginable. To be right for falL . .go gay with grey in a big way! - . " ! New Hats are More Rakish More Lavish-More Excitino Hats will be the cOmax of your fall costume and you'll look more elegant than you have in years, judging from, the millinery showc in all new collections. The tip on fail millinery, emanating from the Millinery Fashion Bureau, is that the "level-headed look" is waning and new hats are to be worn-at a more rakish angle. uack of the hairline and down en the right side. The currently .popular "forward iine' K is: pushed into the fashion background by these tilted silhouettes,-but is none the less present, in versions of toques^ and berets that have more rounded contours. Because of the Victorial elegance in fall costumes, hats are more elaborate than they have been in the past few seasons. The rounded contours of fall coats and suits are matched by plump and curvaceous hats. Elaborate embroideries and headings echo the Victorian mood. Ostrick and ostrick tips appear again and again in both designers' creations and popular priced hats. The millinery fashion scene will blaze with jewels, sequins, gold and silver embroideries, gleaming satin and metallic fabrics. In every price range, this return to elegance comes as a welcome change of pace from the plain little berets and calots of the past seasons. Two-toned velours and gleaming satin - surfaced felts have a rich look for daytime costumes. A special group "of hats in metallic tones lend their brilliance to a scene devoted to the importance of antique'gold, copper, silver, green, bronze, steel and brass. Other colors favored include peacock blue, vivid reds, the orange and russet shades, violet, the greys and beiges, paling to off- white and pure shite. The always-good black hat is newly exciting, with black velvet facings, satin bindings and pipings, braid and passamenterie. On and ostrich feathers, veilings and* nets are used to enrich the basic black hat. The hats of the season are adaptable and can'be worn straight on the head, at the back of the head to expose the hairline, and in a smart, profile manner. CHEER YOUNGSTERS KANSAS CITY, MO. _ A new series of "get-well" greeting cards for children is intended to cheer them during convalescence and also occupy their time. The designed with riddles, coloring are messages puzzles, tricks, cards, mirrors and even brief detective mysteries. Small signs with one card provide-sore throat patients with stock answers to visitors' questions, such as, "I feel terrible, thank you." SPECIAL to bring you that young, young lookl TUSSY beauty preparation* MISS KAY O'DELL SPECIAL BEAUTY CONSULTANT WILL BE AT COHEN'S COSMETIC COUNTER MONDAY, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Sopt. 10, 11, 12 · 9:00 to 5:00 COME IN FOR FREE BEAUTY ANALYSIS COHEN'S DRUG STORE 323 NEVILLE ST. at the MODERN Exciting new fall fashions for au« tumn and winter await the selection of the well-dressed lady at Th« MODERN. Styles galore, popularly priced and sold on convenient terms. For That New Fall GOAT SUIT DRESS ACCESSORIES Shop Ai The MODERN Dreg* Up Now Pay As Yon Wear And Enjoy Them THE MODERN Beckley -- Mt. Hop* O*k Hid -- Sophia E4MID COAT SUCCESS True high fashion. Everything tbout this clever charmer is new. Smaller shoulders top a flattering Fall creation of fine Wyandocte Fleece that sweeps into't whirl of lush, graceful folds Tab-topped pockets G-P mauve, cedar, spice, red. Junior sizes 7 to 15. Bitty Rost Coo/* an AMERICAN WOOLEN GABARDINE or AH Woo! SharJufcia 9 to 15 NATIONAllT AOYWISJD 11] *E«i«ES BECKLEY OAX HILL

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