The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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/ TUESDAY, SEPT. SO, 19M High Style Found In Cotton Bags City and Country Homemakers Both Find Them Useful R might be a compliment to some housewives, saying their dresses loofc Mke old sacks! Some of the newest designs in newest type cottons are available as lagniappe in feed and flour cotton bags. Catching on to the idea that la dias like these bags for dresses, some fertilizer concerns are now packaging products in "Cinderella" sacks jo called because of their magica rise to popularity. The National Cotton Council reports more than 150,000,000 cotton begs were marie into glamorous fashions by economy-minded, style conscious housewives la-st year. The farm homemaker was tVu first to see potential value in cot ton bags. She quickly learned li use cotton cloth found in feed am flour bags for pretty dresses fo herself, clothing for her children and fresh accessories for her home The city homemaker soon found that she, too, had economical cot ton fabric available. Many city bak eries launder and sell the 100-pound ; bags in which their flour is delivered. The National Cotton Council reported 51 ore than a half-million persons saw how attractive cotton bag clothing can be through wardrobes distributed for use of club I groups last year. Fashions made • from cotton bag prints, stripes, solids and florals by McCall's and Simplicity patterns were shown. New wardrobes are available for fashion shows in 1952. the Council reports. They can be obtained by writing the National Cotton Council P. O- Box 18, Memphis 1, Tennessee. CAMPUS CHARMER—As dashing for a campus, charmer as for a young woman executive is Minx Modes of St. Louis creation In cotton suiting. Subtle stripes are worked on the diagonal In bodice. Margarine Output Soars in Decade American production of m«r»a- Ine doubled In the p*tt 10 jtitt, according to the 19M census. From fewer than > half-billion pounds used In 1940, margarine consumption has loomed ot more than one-billion pounds In 1951. cloning the gap between buttor and margarine consumption to an almoat even rigure. This lj taken from the report of thec hemicals »ection. industry division, Bureau of Census. Butter consumption In 1MO was 2H billion pounds. In 1961. It had book and gilt heart dangle from the belt*. A plain denim battle Jacket with warm cotton knit Him coordinates with all the BkirU. feoppvd down to 1H biUion pounds, while 1,<O«,34I,000 pounds of mar- go-in* v«re consumed In the Bolted WARNING O*DEK b Uw Chancery Court, Chlfki- uwW DtatrW, MtwttMppI Co«nty, Lewij W. OolHni, Ptf. vs. No. 12,186 Ruby Collins Perklm. Dft. The defendant, Ruby Collins Perkins, is hereby warned to appear within thirty nays In the court' named in the cnption hereof and answer the complaint of the plain-; tiff. Lewis W. Collins. Dated this 22nd tiay of September, 19S2. Han'ey Morris, Clerk By Laverne Ball, D. <J. Bd B. Cook. atty. lor Ptf. Claude F. Cooper, ally ad litem. SPECIAL VALUES NOTICE In the Chancery Court for the Chickasawha District of .Mississippi County, Arkansas. George Richardson, Ptf. vs. No. 12.105 Ruby Inez Richardson, Dft, The defendant Ruby Inez Richardson is warned to appear in the chancery court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff George Richardson. Witness my hand as clerk of saic court, and the seal thereof, on this the 8th day of September. 1952, Harvey Morris. Clerk 99-16-23-30 'Well-Groomed Look 7 for Fall Separates Are Ideal For Campus-Bound Fall and winter separates have a new. well-croomed look In warm winter cottons, according to the National Cotton Council. -They are ideal for young fashionables who are bound back to college and career. Designers 4 of separates have selected cold-weather cottons that have an affinity lor each other. They combine rustic, homespun cot- Eon tweeds with calico print*; so- I ptmticated velveteens with lustrous' cotton shirtings; striped and plait! tweed denims and patterned corduroys with plaids that pick up their predominating colors. Typical of the well-groomed cotton combinations are three pieces made to look like an expensive ensemble, yet sold separately for modest amounts. Full skirt and close Jacket are cut in blackish brown cotton tweed, with the jacket lined in calico to match a simple blouse. Designed for the classroom or for light-hearted country wear are some "conversation cotton" skirts. In bold plaid denim, warm, flannel- denim and solid, tweedy each features a Ulk-pr'o- helt. A lipstick case, 'note- Eugene B. Smith & Co., Inc. Cotton Merchants Mtmphk, TIM. "W* Art Tirtitst Workers' LD-55S L*c«l 38-1666 Prices good Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday FREE! • Nothing to Buy! • Nothing to Do! • Just Register at Friendly B & W • Certificates good for trade in merchandise at your Friendly Black & White Store FREE! In Merchandise Certificates One Certificate For $10 in Trade Three Certificates For $5 In Trade Cotton Piaid Blankets Regular 3.49 Value Soft, Worm, Durable Double Blankets — Rayon Satin Binding Size 70x80 Assorted Colors FEINBERG'S Special Value! Register Wed-Thurs-Fri • You do not h«v« to be present at drawing to win • You must register at Friendly B & W to be eligible for our prizes. Ladies Cotton Bras Regular 59$ Broadcloth or Satin Pink or White— A & B cups Sizes 32-38 $ 10 FREE Merchandise Gift Certificate Come in Feinberff's during King Cotlon Days and register . . . someone will win a wonderful S10 merchandise gift certificate to b« given away at the 5 p.m. drawing Friday. Absolutely FREE . , . you need not be present to win. Feather Pillows Regular 1.19 Stuffed with soft crushed chicken feathers and covered with 8 oz. striped ticking. Ladies Wash Dresses Regular 1.98 1 59 2 lor $3 Sanforized. Prints in assort ed patterns. Sizes 12-52. Cotton Loop Rugs Regular 1.00 Thick loop Chenille with non-skid back. Assorted Colors in size 18x30 Ladies cotton Sweaters Regular 1.98 Values In Sizes 34 to 42 1 44 Cardigans in long sleeves, slipovers in short sleeves, solid colors & novelties. Men's Work Shirts In Blue Cotton Chambray Reg, 1.19 , *!1 wool with winning wiyi , V.sl»»he<J neckliM. Yout foil lot locMtoriei galort. . . . Th« •lidrilT h pired down to liic by HM of inverted lutlu. Imporlint n«w roller gored ekirt unfold« from Ihe wiirt *ret. Push-up tleeve« makej this « 4*t«-wi« wool . . . iaurt *^<M^ * Ve your MMO* lSiK.7-15 FEINBERG'S 93 Sanforized "Red Kap" Brand Blue Chambray. Size 14-17 c Mens Dress Shirts Reg. 1.98 Sanforized Broadcloth in neat stripes or clip dots. Wash fast. Asst., colors. Sizes 14-17. y Black & White Store 305. W. Main Phone 3149

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