The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1952 · Page 20
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 20

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 30, 1952
Page 20
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mtrn Colored Bedding Enhances Room and C<ww Now Availotk hi Many 3fcod«s fc fcfa era at color coordiaatlon Vs utaai to Include sheets and pil- »«w« |« My, overall color •chem'? •wording to the National cotton "~ —"'-, fuWon departmeni. i hare created new colors, Mid fi-im for bed decor OoJor goM all out In rich, deep ibcdet M well as muted tones, Brand nev is "champagne," a color popntor with men who don't care 5 *^ *»ilntn« tones ot pink or Ow«. » thu ne»' category Is yeHow, wifc* U bright and cheerful, but -Kg enough in tone to appeal to i feminine and mgssuHne tastes *t* th« Council, Iftr tbow who prefer while with «W « »pot of color, there are sheets m^th colored borders: vivid dark •*!««, scarlet or green or lighter *•*» wch as mauve, cherry and •w«et pea. White sheets also ore decorated with embroidered scullon-' ing: some have white scallops, oth- tfi hRv« scallops In bright shades. Th««e colorfully bordered nhcets eooroinate successfully with ncces- «>»•« ki the bedroom and both. P«ttero«, an well as color, arc important In the styling of she«(« and »U-over prints; polka dotted borders •i»d wovett candy stripe* are among I«y decorative possibilities. Something hew hn« been added FOR WARMTH - ski, bedtime r any time Ij right for this warm, two-cotton Tommleset. Navy cotton Itnit balbrlggans have striped bib matching sleeves o' n water-repelleni cordurov duster, ' to the texture of sheets. Boon to be sliown In stores are sheets with a mndras-llke weave. This weave looks like a chumbray, for it Is woven with colored yarns, it has texturt Interest and Inherent color tone. BLTTHBVrLLB (ASK.) OOURIBR Table Cloths, Evening Gowns Now Made of Cotton Denims evening gowns' cotton dcnlmf Over the past five years, the traditional workaday tlcnlm cloth ha» proved so popular lor modern living that a brand new trend In household and elothlnfr styles has developed, the National Cotton Counel reported. Figures just compiled by the Council'* market re/search department reveal the most significant swing to cotton denlin has been In "- "Khter weight'constructions, in 6 and 6 ounce and lighter denims accounted for only 25.000,000 yards of production. Last year this output soared to more than 111 000000 yards and the first quarter figures for 1052 (39 million yards) In- licnte n continuing rise. It Is the lightweight denims, the Council said, which have gained Mich wide acceptance. Made In a variety or colors, patterns 'and Iln- she», smni-t and sturdy denims arc now available In slip covers, men's, women's and children's slacks troet drcfses, shorts, skirts, halters' ones and men's suits. The accent s on sporty, casual, comfortable wear. But formal notes nre struck oo. Striped denim table cloths and lapkins nrc popular for dinner •>arties. And denim evening dresses re acceptable In high fashion. One eslgner shows ft mimmer strapless own of chartreuse denim. A winter ull-length dress Is of charcoal dcn- m. out full with a petal decolletage otted with rhlnestoiies. ,j 0 ,. Despite the shift to lighter weight vessel '»"'"» production -• •• - ---- _„ ..vriioij ui^nuiw nii m» creased, too, the Council said although there have been fluctuations ofTso JJ « that ycar "^"'"o" of 1.60 yd. (8 of.}, 2.00 yd (8 oil « ««•> *nlm. tolanld h, rds ' II fen 5 " s? » r ° M 5 " arply tlle n r. 51 It was over 232,000.000 yards. first, quarter figures lor this (11 million yards) Indicate only a slightly lower output than the five ycar average rate, The Important change In the em te H 7 1 *"'* ha5 b «" '" he emand for work clothing Items the Council declared. -Whereas S vy duty denim coveralls and over nils have been traditional work garb n the past, the present trend I, toward dungarees, in 1917. 3.309000 down men's anrt boy's dungaree" were produced, m 1051, 6.304.000 of the same Items were made. T^ere (cures indicate that more workers wa i5 tban(1 dungarees worn 8P ' PC '°' ^»MW~ Cotton at Home On the Campus Lounging Styl M Chie But 'Comfy' .Comfy but very chic lounging ".^^iS n uS3 tercotta "''« £?£i "£_ *»>' '*vorite type H« i ' ' e »"< T hirls. It, reveals nteo that white collar workers ore turning to d un«»" recs fm •gardening, fishing and oth- ^ "ounn 18th Century Cotton InSV 8 """ 1 , ? tton was '""-oduced nto the mainland of North America about 1786. «lf-"nlo.ding lake nd whether you spend the • Inter evenings studying in a . ~ . dotm or entertaining at- home In a city apartment, reports the National Cotton Council For smart separates that are com- ctdXrp^orSeref *&r£ "pUT,,' wrTpV^d V ^J°f ,^ e , urban mo d match a t- surt and laced bodice, eacl „ ;d to be worn with full sleeved cotton blouses. and In the dorm are the twpprti denims, combined i» rnlx-matci combinations W | th p | a Tds a n< slacks!' coSirco^'and^sHm'paSs 1 middy pullovers and full skirts arc outstanding styles. ing are combined with versa "" dusters that are fashionable enoi for real entertaining nnd pract enough for outdoors wear on ea ^SSSr- fashion choices. One such en----I* tops navy cotton knit bal brlggans wtlh . water-repellent corduroy duster repellent TUESDAY, SEPT. SO, 195J RED HOT SPECIALS! DURING PENJVEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY PIN WALE COMPLETELY CORDUROY SLACKS 5.90 Choose these handsome corduroy slacks front a terrific selection of bright new colors. They're smartly styled With continuous waist- hands, reversed pleats, dropped belt loops, zipper front. Best of nil, they're low - priced at T'cnney's. Buy yours now. Boys' 3.98 WASHABLE CORDUROY SHIRTS 4.98 Here, for the first lime, are fine pinwale corduroy shirts you can wash with no specinl fussing! Tub 'em I Machine wash 'em! They come tip crisp and bright everytime. Hayim Yokes, ocean penrl l/ultons. S-M-L-XL: SCHOOL-GOING PLAID SHIRTS 1.98 Eye-catching woven cotton gingham plaids for boys in kindergarten or high school. Made for long wear — Sanforized* to keep original fit no matter how often washed. Wear tails In or out. Tartons or blocks. Sizes 2-18. BOYS' COTTON FLANNEL PLAIDS 1.49 Riot of bright new pal- terns in thrift-priced warm cotton flannel. l<'or school or play wear. Siin- forizetlt fit lasts! Tails look trim whether in or out. Completely w» sh- able. Sixes from juniors on up. 2-1S. 2.49 BIG MAC MATCHED SETS Pants 2.98 matched sets, proportion-sized ..., smooth on-the-joli comfort! They're HnfiT""'" »dded strength. 1'nnls hnve heavy duty zippers; Shirts have smooth dress type col- tare. Sanfomedtl Vat-dyed! Won't run or shrink" ou< o* «t. Shirts M./ 2 -i7. I'anis 29.48 REVERSIBLE JACKETS MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS 169 Hiiskweight shirts com- .Pktely lined with ab- sorlicnt cotton fleece. Choose white, silver K"iy Kimmetal or many high, colors. Sizes 34-50. Onfy 9 Thick 1007o reprocessed wool melton on one side . . . water repellent twill on the other! These smart jackets are styled with raglan sleeves, candy striped cuff ted cuffs, colars and waist bands, have practical snap fronts. Maroon with con trasting twill. Boys (10 to 18) 7.90 Boys (2 to 8) 5.90 Register Here for $10.00 Merchandise Prize! Wed. - Thurs. - Frl PENNEY'S OWN LUXURY ELECTRIC BLANKET 29.75 (72"x84" Now guaranteed for 2 years against moth damage or mechanical defect! Sleep under one light, comfortable blanket nnd have the warmth that's right for yon! Comes attractively gift boxed I ><*.> WATER-REPELLANT CORDUROY JACKETS. . . QUILT-LINED! 9.90 !'".. Rich, pinwale cotton corduroy that's treated for w a t e r repellency, lined with warm, warm f|iiill- ing! Here's a value buy for boys . , . it's styled with shirred clastic sides, metal buckle front, hnil wrist lets. Goodlooking: in hunler green, maroon, navy, rust, other colors! Mens 12.85 Wed.-Thurs.-Fri.-at Hays Store! HERCULES COTTON PICK SACKS 1. MEN'S BLUE JEANS 4 8 oz. sanforized, zip or button fly. Pair I MEN'S BLUE CHAMBRAY SHIRTS MEN'S COTTON KNIT SHORTS S"";*^ 1 ^'"" •"""»•• ««9"i«-«c. SP~»I LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPS L fine leather casualg with new CUSH-N-CREPE' SOLES AND HEELS! You actually walk on air in these comfortable casuals! Ciish-n-crepe* soles arc filled willi llion- saiuls of tiny air pockets that make tlicni extra- flexible, super-lightweight... and they wear longer than ordinary crepe. 6 en's sizes 6-12 Women's 4-9 . , . . 4 98 «»vs' 3-6 5 .9o Girls' 4-9 4,98 Children's 12^-3 . .3.98 8^-12. .3.49 * • . P~» ............................ 3 for CANNON RECEIVING BLANKETS Slue" ° rP1 ' nk and b ' Ue Pf ° id - Stzc$ 28 x 34 " ^9«'« 49c ..... ' ---- or BISSELL NO. 802 DOUBLE BLANKETS ^S»i°3""-~ Quilt-Lined JACKETS BISSELL NO. 800 DOUBLE BLANKETS c *30 in Trade FREE 1st Prize-$15 Dry Goods Certificate 2nd Prize-$10 Dry Goods Cerrificore 3rd Prize-$5 Dry Goods Certificate Register here W.d., Thurs., Friday for Abdre Prizes. Nothing to Buy — No Obligation. COTTON LOOP RUGS GIRLS DOT & DASH DRESSES GIRLS REISMAN ALL WOOL COATS ZZZ^'ZX? T " - fa "•"•"" 10 « "•'» Ladies "Miss New Yorker" Coats Made of sheen aabardine u/i'i-U *:__ i ? . 9|abardil ! e wlth «"• q««lity rayon lin- colors and sizes BEAUTIFUL DAK RIVER FABRICS as's*-"-. "•'• iii * -• *• tailored of rayon- acctato and nylon! Beautiful Bur-Mil Cotton Suiting *•* .. _. colors. Kegutar 1.29 per vard Dur CnffAn n»u» -._!.. ~ 7 •*•*». *^wr ONLY Q90 ^ Sizts 36-4« • Good-looking new-for-Fall «hacks! • Rtsist* creases, wind, water! • Luxuriously rayon quilt lined! • Practical two-way pockets! • Elastic back insures snug fit! • Knit wristers keep out drafts! • Choose green, maroon or blue! 8 °y*' 7.90 Cotton Do7."onTy"'- "»""" ^^Jf 4 - °^ «"* ^8^ * LADIES FULL FASHIONED NYLONS denier. All new fall mlnr. D....I-. -»« ,J «%«% 2 pain DEUVER * 1 20O E. MAIN ST.

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