The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1952 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 30, 1952
Page 15
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 30, 1952 BLYTHEVTTXfc (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIFTEEN porduroy High 3n Fashion List ^Winter Cotton Takes On New Significance . And Variety of Use .A traditional winter cotton, cor luroy. has taken on new significance (or 1953, according to the Na :ional Cotton Council. Not only have corduroys been giv- f>n new f'inishes. the Cotton Coun- Wi'Veported. but (hey have gained •uularlty in the evening-wear tield Ks well. [--Iridescent corduroy with a subtle Inew luster Is favored by many de- I'iRiiers. Stanley Wyllms of Beacon flill styles a group of eeparates in '.istrous orange, green and purple. Brigance. another designer of rend-setllng separates, makes tail- red blouses and skirts for Snorts- maker in iridescent coi'duroy thai Is ubtly woven in novelty patterns and stripe.s. Surprise Touches For the girl who prefers to wear chic dresses to office or class. Sidney o! Janice Milan does a group of tailored styles with surprise touches. An iridescent corduroy •'great-Coat" dress has a bolero ef- fec't. and a simple classic laces up ijie back of the bodice. .iPrinted corduroys are featured In exciting new patterns, the Cotton Council reported. Greta Plattry chooses an elegant tie pattern for a man-tailored vest and shirt, and vivid stripe Jor long hunter's length shdrtc. Domino prints and dramatic black and white checked patterns are the of Langail for skirts that from slip sheath to huge, full circle silhouettes. Korday combines printed corduroys in a new classic way. A bright tnttersall vest is suggested as a vivid foil for boy- jacket, sheath skirt and pedal pushers in a fine hounds tooth check pr,int. '- Rainwear Chic Raincoats are designed for both fair and foul weather in printed corduroys. Lawrence of London maXes coats in dramatic pyramid and princess styles, in big floral prints, royal plaids and vivid stripes. For « prom-trotting short evening dress. Virginia Spears selects neu'ly woven corduroy that features Seatherly lightness. The same type corduroy makes snow-white evening separates—Nelly de Grab's I dreamy halter and date skirt. Cotton Sack Christmas Gifts Delight Friends, Save Money An easy way lo spread Christmas cheer Is lo make a bcacli bat for that sal who in summer a- swlmmln 1 goes. It will bring her clifer, won't cost you anyUiln; lo make from a full size 25-pound cotton (lour bair. the National Cotton Council reports. Ilfre's how: Rip bag, line with terry cloth, and bind with rros- gralu ilblion one-Inch wide. Sevr five loops of one-half inch ivhle ribbon across each corner of square. Run another ribljoii through loops to tie when the beach krrchlef-l>:ig is titled and ready to go! Santa Claus and his bag of gifts will have nothing on smart homemakers who make gifts from bags for Christmas 1953. The National Cotton council reports that gifts for every member of the family can be made easily and inexpensively from cotton feed, flour and fertilizer bags. Dolls and stuffed animals made from colorful print bag fabric .ire certain to delight young hopefuls on Christmas morning. New prints are appropriate for making a wide variety of Items from baby bllx to party frocks, while the fine white cambric of plain cotton sacks can be vised for embroidered dish towels, pillow cases, place mats, and luncheon sets. Some of the prints are suitable for making bow ties for the men In the family! The Cotton Council suggests that a complete closet^ accessory set could he made from several 100-pound when the bag Is soaked In water. Why not help old St. Nick this year with your own bag of attractive gifta made easily and economically at home. You wl!l surprise and please your friends and family by making their presents from the once lowly cotton feed bagl Colored Sheets Have Many Uses Colored sheets offer endless no«' stblUties for inexpensive summer cotton feed bags in the same print. I redecorating, according to the Na- The set would include hanger cov- (ional Cottou Council, ers, laundry bags, lingerie cases, | Tney mn|fe coot sl i pcovcl . 5> win- shoe bags and hose bags. dow draperies, skirts for vanity ta- Decorotors Using More Cotton Rugs Cotton rugs and carpels have set the home decoration field afire with all exciting variety of brillltmt new colors and textures, according to the Notional Cotton Covuicll. Decorators have found the wide range of sharp, true colors available only in cotton make for individualized decorating schemes which reflect the home-mnker's personality. Interior decorators are using woven cotton broadlooms extensively in living rootns, dining rooms, dens, nurseries and bedroonu. Peep-pile, wall-to-wall floor covering are favored In thue »rea« wherever • note of luxury i* desired. Accent, rugs hav« become »n Important fashion trend. Decorators accent furniture grouping* by placing scatter rugi In odd sl/.ei nnd shapes nrotind a room on top of the basic floor covering. A square, rug under a corner sola or an oval rug before the fireplace, for Instance, can bring a spot of color into mono -chroma tic room. ' The lOOrliound cotton feed or fer- b i es an( i evcn room partitioned. 11: tiller bag provides about one and a B sma n apartment, » sunshine yel- third yards of material, enough for low sheel hlmg (vom n ce i) mg rod hundreds of gift ideas. Clever Hems can be uscd (0 hlde a k|i c |,cnetle can be made from 25-pound flour bags, available in print patterns in I many city grocery stores. Ripped, this size bag measures about 26 x 26 | inches. Preparing cotton bags for sewing I is a simple process, the Cotton [ Council states. The chain-stitched seam rips out In > Jiffy when the thread is clipped in the corner. Band labels, or trade names printed in washout inks, come off easily Cotton Makes Jobs Nearly n half million persons annually ore employed In cotton textile mills. and create a gracious dining alcove, The double-bed sheets are the most useful for sewing projects. Percale diane-s beautifuUy and is tK&L for most decoration, Dixie Cotton in 1607 Tidewater plunters tn the South- cast grew cotton as early as 1607. D. D. Dumas Co. 806 Cotton Exchange Bldg. Memphis/ Term. 406 W. Main Phone 591 \Picksacks Big User It Is estimated that about 15.00 |Vjsl?s of cotton will be consumed in 1 the manufacture of picksacks usec I to harvest this year's crop. Courier News Classified Ads. NOTICE Quarterly payments of Sanitary or Garbage Fees are due October 1st. It is necessary that these fees be paid so this service may be efficiently carried on. Please co-operate by paying promptly to: CITY CLERK, in City Hall CityofBlytheville Phone 2282 For Service Starts Wed., Oct. 1! THE GREATER 1952 FIVE-STAR American Legion FAIR The Big Annual 4-State Family Party CARUTHERSVILLE MISSOURI OCTOBER1-2-3-4-5 t~rr The Famed All-Girl White Horse Revue- JLL Free Grandstand Show. Each afternoon and night, starting Wednesday night The Mile-Long Blue Grass Carnival Mid " way. Rides and Shows Galore. The Thrilling Horse Races. Five each af- ~ ternoon, starting Oct. 2. __ The Huge Number of Educational and Commercial Exhibits. Admission: Adults — 500. Children over age 12 — 25$. Children under 12 Free. Wednesday Thursday and Friday Register Here Wednesday, Thursday and Friday lor Free 32-Piece Set of Dishes to Be Given Away Friday Afternoon CUT COSTS-BUY EVERYTHING AT WARD'S Home Improvements For No Money Down, 3 Years To Pay On FHA WARDS HAS A COMPLETE STOCK OF HOME NEEDS 1.15 ROCK WOOL INSULATION Lightweight, economics!, fireproof, resists moisture. E»SJ to install. 6 lb. bus over 22'A sq. ft., 3 inches thick. ASPHALT SIDING, Sq. 5.00 Protect your home at low cost. Long wearing Individual .shingles never need pa.nUnf. 4.85 WARDS SUPER HOUSE PAINT gal Finest quality. FrottcU 7 o <" r home for je»rm. Self-cleanlni;. In Tilantom WhlU and colon. EXCELON -i or WALL PAINT Qt. '-^3 Wards rabber-nuM rtat paint E»sy to apply — self-seallne. Scrubbable. I puitel colors. PARCELAIN o or WH. ENAMEL Qt. ^-^-3 Wards flnMt white Enamel. Ti's stllconlzed for K hard, smooth Klossy flnlsh—easy to clean. RECIPROCATING PUMP 83.95 No money down On FHA reran For shallow welfs on lifts up to 22'. Use for jmaTl homes, cottagei. Complete piston-ryp» lyslem wirh ;5-goi. tank. J4 HP motor delivers 250 GPH. 350 GPH SIZEwi* 20-gal. tank W.50 ASPHALT ROOFING roil 2.25 Good, economical protection. Install over old or new rood. Cera- mto surface retalni color. 99 lb. Jb 1M sq. ft. 12.75 SINGLE BASIN STEEL SINK Stirdj construction—«(ronj and rljrld. Porr«laln enamel finish Inside and »n 9.50 BRASS SINK FAUCKT Polished chromium-plated Viras*. Ideal for linoleum or formica- covered ledjreft. Fits JJ4" pipes. Bay on FHA terms ^ 29 62 **° money flovm I'arcelain-cnamelctl sled top, 51" wide, with sink and roomy double-dainhoard. Kivc drawers and two compartments for storage. AmpU knoc and Ine space. With faucet, spray, strainer, and trap. AUTOMATIC FLOOR FURNACE IO% down 35,000 BTU inpul. For city or boltlod got. Saf» — gai flow ilopi if pilol goes oul. AGA opproved. V/oll lh«rnx»lat. 38x16" 8 rill. Only 25'/," diep. iO.OOO STU INPUT— wi* well . . W.JO 142.50 WATER SOFTENER Save up to SUM per year on soap and plumbinr repairs. 40,000 train. FLOOR SANDER Save «p to two-thirds on yo«* D*or sanding. i,ei UK show you h*w, C«TM tn today. WARDS THICK-TAB SHINGLES 6.75 SQ. i Exposed endi extra thick for added prolection. longer wear. Hard ceramic granulei Imbedded in asphalt relain color and beauty. Resi.l weather, mcitlur*, temperature. 8 plain or blended colors. w\ •4\ PLASTIC WALL TILE MONTGOMm WARD YOUR ADDRESS YOUR TOWN d in Ihe following home improvements! Building Materials Eleclric lighting m i? li if !• m m PIS r^ m m b S 49 C 5,.«. Jii* r-STi Luslrous, durable — w]H ? «;» " 0| clent ' ch ' p- Plain w ' f''''4: »* marbleijed colori go all i'/yt'-i " Ie w °y 'h' 0 ^* 1 ' " u x on l/jJ£it» torn*— 10% down. 1 am Interested in Ihe following h Q Plumbing & Heating (3 Paint o\ Varnish Town . Phone

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