The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 30, 1952
Page 10
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KA&K TEN BLYTHTSVILLE (ARK.) COITRIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPT. 30, 1952 School Days Cottons Found in Wide Range Back-to-&ohool L85S means back to Kteol in cotton*' That'* thfli'word from the National Cotton Council. These new school a.n<l career cottons are meant to wear through tatl and winter, even next summer, If you like! Designers are now featuring clothes for every occasion in wearable, washable new cottons that are Tcarm and wintry, according to the Cotton Council. Th« fabric* range from nubby, surface -in tereat cotton tweeds and qulltlngs" to smooth, lustrous runts- wear suitings in black-plus-color and denim suitings woven or printed to look like tweeds. Park Cottons Dark, printed cotton flannel makes nophHtlcatcd daytime rtrcs designed by Claire Smith for Carefree Casuals. In washable hounds- tooth checks, red-and-whlte checks and a quilted print, they are wraparounds with short dolman slee There'* a. black cotton knit turtle reck sweater to be worn underneath each dress for extra warmth. Che< Armstrong mates an old- fashioned calico prX Wou^e \vitVi a matching quilted skirt. Koret of California pairs off a rlawn-to-diisk wardrobe from slacks to date skirts In deep-toned wide-wale corduroy. Wearable, flare-skirted dresses by Colleen Originals feature the moul- ded middy line, in burnt-bro'vn' tweed, wintry alpaca cotton, cross- stitched and striped cotton tweed. I Tweeds Favored ! toot Walker uses washable, black and white flecked tiveed for princess and coat styles trimmed with black fringe and bralrl, A simple classic in blacklth red tweed assures a neat v-aisthne with embroidered elastic iiuet. Evening dales will be- more welcome than ever in warm, pr^la rot- tons. Dru'ld Crystal features the covered-up datr look in a lon^- ileeved drew of frosty "sheer" velveteen. Ixitte of nrewyn completely covers a beige velveteen evening skirt with dressy fringed tawels. Cotton Fiber's Versatility Due To Extensive Research Work Sheet Repair Trick Here'* a imart trick to use when darning sheets: Put a plfcc nl imper j over « hole In a sheet anrt then! stitch It on the machine, hack and forth and scross. The paper <tis- | solve*. 1 ; in water hut the stitrhrs remain, making a peiter.t rtnrn. You may b« wearing cotton slstant finished for cotton, over- clothes that will not wrinkle, soil,; come mildew problems nnd In gen- milder, tear, absorb water or ever eral has strlved to design cottons ear thin some day. You may he cntlng cottonseed cheese and tee cream All this, and much more, can be possible because of agricultural re- that will give maximum serviceability, a vital defense consideration for military-type textiles. Army scientists have been successful in achieving greater con- search, according to the National I servatlon by designing cotton fab- Cotton Council. I rlcs of varying weave, texture and In research laboratories cotton! yarn count. Some of their all-pur- h«« oeen combined with glass to I pose cotton clothing is now rubber- make a "safety-first" fluorescent coated to withstand cold and water. project* are going forward In the light of. st«pped-up defense require- menls. Research gains In cotton are also being made in bringing such Improvements as greater crease-resistance, morel uster, and a wide variety of special finishes, the Council reported. Agricultural research is regarded as one of the nation's greatest defense assets. It has been pointed out by the Council that research has paid big dividends when It is recognized that m past years research has raised farm income by more than $10,000,000,000 annually. clothing designed to protect persons from night traffic accidents. In the cottonseed field are pros Further studies are under way to develop fabrics of multiple properties, combing fabric structures to Almost 200 tons of rool are required to make trie aluminum that OOPS Into a Fi-36 bomber. VKAIl-KOl'.VDER — To wear twelve months a year In classroom or office, a winter cotton suit-dress hy Ike Clnr'K of Dallas, Pre'-ir.lnn-tnnnrrd nnrt flatterlnp In fit, it's made of cotton suiting. peels of crunnseed cheese and Ice produce wear, water and tear-re crer>m. There Is already nutritious- sistance. At the same time, essential and economical margarine. | long-term and applied research The versatile cotton fiber Is undergoing a veritable revolution through research. The Council cited instances In which aluminum yarns have been teamed with cotton to produce striking high-fashion etf«ts. Cotton satins, brocades, tweeds, a; gmze used to stop Internal blocxt, flow, and many mors are results of years and millions of dollars spent] lo make the nation's number one ; fiber even more useful and valuable, i On the fabric processing side, the : National Cotton Council pointed out that research has produced flre-n- : 'Thirsty' Loops The more numerous, the closer, the longer the loops, the more absorbent a towel is. These surface loops soak up moisture like tiny sponges. NEWBORN & CO., Inc. Cotton Merchants 45 Union Ave. . Memphis, Tt'nw. Phone 5-5322 WftenUujGrffi "Fblgers W. E. DATES & CO. COTTON 6 North Front St. The Flavor Most Ffeople UteBecN So »it4ra rfch h flavor yw or* wg*d to W USING KLE2S than wHh IMMT flavored brands eigh Wednesday - Thursday - Friday FREE! Men's Fine Quality Suits Your Choice of NAVY BLUE SHARKSKIN $5 Merchandise Certificate Register here Wednesday, Thursday and Friday! Nothing to Buy! Or GABARDINE accept the sincere congratulations of THE MEMPHIS COTTON EXCHANGE We appreciate your efforts in promoting cotton through the 13th annual National Cotton Picking Contest. Each member of the Memphis Cotton Exchange the importance of your work — and congratulates you for doing it so well. Your future ... and ours rest principally in this one product of the Delta. Acrtpl the best \vishes of your neighbors in Memphis. Beautiful Fabrics and Colors Precision tailored throughout Guaranteed Perfect Fit Save at Hudson's HUD CLEANER - CLOTHIER TAILOR Blytheville, Arkansas Steele, Missouri

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