The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1941 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 21, 1941
Page 13
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1941 BLYTHFA'TLLE, (ARK!) COURIER NEWS Spring Hats Varied, Capricious; Sailors Have Gay Nineties Charm New Blouses Both Beauty And Comfort Combined In Plastic Shoes Tc add feminity lo spring Y designs, tup: blouse of white with perl Peter 1'an edged in fine Val luee lo match double-pleat down the 1'i'ijnt, and below: while blciii'c with V-necklinc and edges hand-stitched in nnvv or red. Dinosaur Titanosaunis, a modern tcly-si/ccl dinosaur that lived on plan! j life, existed during the Cretaceous j Period, near the close of the Age ; of Reptiles. "VinyUte" plastic. t:?ed -so successfully in plamorous daytime and evening shoes lor town wear since last summer, lias now been employed extensively in shoes for winter and spring resort wear, in models destined lo carry over to the coming summer. These plastic .shoes provide flexible comfort and other special features, us well as transparent beauty. Alorn; with sim ~ t;umed arms and shoulders, wlcl- rill' and knees, those shapely and healthily tanned feet can show, loo, through transparent plastics daytime and evening .shoes. j ; Tin- plastic lined in popular shoes ;has heretofore been mostly in sub- iducd colors, but new and brighter • eclcrs have been added to the plastic line for sprina, and combinations with pastel kid. suede and labrics give added ehie and variety to shoes already renowned for their |smartness and comfort. The ma- jterial in bright colors, pastels, and !a variety of new subtle tones to i blend with every type of coslninO ! is being used by many of the lead- 'int'. shoe manufacturers in new da- signs for dress and spectator sports wear. SiKiUt.'skin in New Color White smle is combined with rose, blue or yreen plastic for sttin- ning street .shoes lo accompany! pastel or white frocks and hats. Some of the Jailer are trimmed with plastic, as applique, or sou- tache trim, edmnu. bands and lacings. Several,, smart shoes usinv, red, blue or .saddle tan kid with ! clear plastic run a close .second in smartness and beauty to the pastel .suedes. Snakeskins, mast elegant of the leathers for spring, is developed in several color. 1 ;—red and blue in addition to the natural yray. and usc<l as trim nud on the heels of plastic shoes. Patent leather is also combined with the synthetic material for the, tirst time, to make delicate-looking and smart shoes for spviny town wear. ! New Him- introduced j A new and particularly attrac- | tive shoe color — tenl, or pigeon [blue—is introduced with insets or saddles of clour pln.sUc. And foluek eu'pr or faille for the older woumn is dressed \vilh insets or trim oS ^ 1 :" 1 pl;i*tu\ the former nt-e tuip- P'yuie, eomlortuble elasticity over the The :-ume model for ^omhern resort suede with clear uses white hvuu Inspires j rudry Naulical | Mole In Nrrkuran if Hawaiian iullueuee has re•d in wonderful beach and even- eluthes that define the 'orso relentle.s:;ly, with 'draped bras-urn- tops. and wrapped .sarong skirts Uul lie<iuenUy. leave the midriff bare.. To wear with these frankly revealing clothe.s, there are two types ol jewvlry, uvie informal, (he other lormal. 'the first, or inlormal jewelry, is 01 mother-ot-peur! peiais in a delii:ion;. ran;;;: ot .soft pastel shades in i lower formations perfect for brealtiiist on the beach, or dinner in a L-andle-lil patio. This jewelry is U!M> MUlable. lor wear with casual daytime clothes, providing they. tin), have borrowed their inspira- i liur. from Hawaii- Miie .second, i wilh slightly martial costumes, South American mullets with South of the Hordw clothes, and Hawaiian jewelry when your outfit hn.s a tropical topic. Fresh, crisp neckwear for Fprint; hus a salt .sea tan;;, with three rousing cheers for the navy. •Sailor collars in ruffled and tucked white vjr nastel sheers progress by tailored decree:*, to he-man ve.v- ••ums eomrlete with nautical braid and embroidered slar.s. JJriijht eyelet embroidery adds a color pmu:h to white pimie sailor collars with a Mill-minded future. Ascot .scarves, in patriotic red. while or blue lay i in crepe, add service e.hevrons and spread cask's for commanding distinction. Other neckwear fashions for I spring of strielly feminine ln:<pira- ;, lion, oli'er lot:; of frou Iron to; dress up even the most tailored I suit. Collar and cuff sets are lav- I isli wilh embroidery, and ruftled lace ech'.iiv-is -Spri^, prints In deli- i ate pastels on white brlnp. .Sprliv.; lo -otherwise demure collars and i e.uffs in Peter l j an or rever clfect.s. i The diekev has slaved a revival i , " """" I Smiilie Dama^i' | 111 Kivjlanci, .smoke Irom domestic chimneys'does more daimmt' than that tro:u industrial chim- H'Vs, DumeslU' smok: 1 does an an- dama:-:e of $100,000,000; in- The current Americun tactic of! American parachute troops was devised by uni years ngo. Army sergeant seven, Jewels For You on No Easter outfit is complete without the correct Costume Jewelry, We urge your inspection of our complete olid lovely line of appropriate Spring and En.stor Jewelry. Pricea reasonable, of course. dustrial, $l'.!, l ),000,ot)U lormal jewelry. brcaih-Uddngly lovely, nuuie of doUi.'.iie j:hi. i ,tlc flowers in lei neclc- Uut'.s fiilrfy inches Ion;;. These leis have hundreds of liny blossoms massed on silken cords, >md there are brace.lct.s to match, in every color that '^rows in. a garden—and in some shacks thai a garden never saw. For luncheon panics, tea for two, or dancing under the stars, these flower necklaces are sure to i make even the simplest costume glamorous—and a Clamorous cos- tnre simply devastnlinv,. Wear With Restraint be careful lo select and wear your jewelry with restraint this season. Remember that you can mix your colors, but not your moods. Wear military jewelry llorsi'.s have a yreui and .some authorities i:ne reason v,hy many not III. 1 down lo sleep. lenr of mice say this is ol them will JEWELRY & OPTICAL STORE Glamorous Accessories to Match Your New Easter Outfit From G'S :tlfi W. Main Trio of Spring's r»'cUicsl bats. Tcp: Tiny tricornc g»>l>' veiled, flov- crcd. Below left: New wider brinnncd shiny straw, pcrfdt hat for l! woman. Right: Newest of the nautk-;ii berets for Spring. Homes of Filtl Canaries In only two places on earth arc wild canaries to be found: flic Canary Islands in the Atlantic. an:l ( tlu; Midway Islands in the Pacific. the FIRST for Hats match every mood tor* Spring, whether joyous, rollicking, demure, or frankly flirtatious. Hat wardrobes are full of personality, ready and willing to do the most for your spirit, as well as your appearance. Hot house roses, with a lush sort of beauty, make even the tiniest hat glamorous when matched in pairs for crowru trimming. Corsage bouquets of violets, narcissus-"-or sweet clover have been transplanted from smart little shoulders. to .smart little hats—and do themselves proud. Light- hearted posies. of the garden or field variety, arc less formal trims full of life an:l color. You can capture Spring in a hand box, and challenge Us flowered beauty wilh your head held high. Automobile Cotton In the manufacture of 1.000,000 automobiles, 89,000,000 pounds of cctton are consumed tor brake linings, timing gears, safety glass, etc. The cotton is the crop of 558.000 acres. Kind's Horse Named Air Raid NEWMARKET, Eng. 1 UP) — King George has given lead to a new fashion in horses' names, in that hi 1 has named his filly—entered lor the Oaks of 1941!—Air Raid. Bonnet brim? hove n dual personality, charming whether worn turned up' sombrero fashion or down like a sunshade. These versatile brimmed bonnets, in rayon belting, have the added boon of a wide color range, offering pastels, high shades, costume colors. or just plain block and white. There's a schoolgirl looK about many Spring berets and pill'ooxes. trim but net r,tnctly tailored, ami just right to wear with suits. Tlie "little girl" influence is subtly suyr bested b" wide Hat bows of grosgrain ribbon, worn level with the eyebrows .and far back on the head to convey a faint hairbow ini? Lovelu merica's fastest selling Ladies Novelty •Shoes as advertised in 24 National ' '.>">-. Magazines Select Your Outfit From THE EOYTHE SHOPPE Berets have also done a shipshape job for the nauUccil-nundcd. in emblem trimmeci gob lints Mia I arc full of vim. and y Hiiy waving sort of vigor. They're naturals to wear with sailor colter ciresst-;-.. rmri lead the parade v;hcn worn with brass buttoned si-its. Other suit hals, with r: military drumbeat, arc jauntily high crown- ccJ. in shako, tradition; or visor brimmed, wilh a hcfi-clicking sort, of precision. Those favor cockade trims, .s'ltnctiiu; ;;t.n>i;;!ir up in fr'snt. v;ith a co.'.cadij fit .silky loo kins; bright iloss or ^y^ainer tlM't-.-iclj, that, ripple in the fainle:>l bn:f:/;r- s-ailors Apain Popular l.iUlc disc .s:iilor:s. v;rirn s!.r;i::/.hi. on She head, in the best Gay Nineties tintype tradition, are romantic revival:-; in the Candid Csumra rye lor 55|>rim:. .1941. Many of Ih^r wr;ir (.:ro::.;ec! twin hat. pins, xvi1.ii headlight .jc\vt:led tons, or colorlul lops of cord, fabric. Or festliers. Vtil;; c!'j o I',- 1 . • for th«: cir.iur.rou:. skin c! Spvmy nuUnierj* fashion:-, in fcv/aUies of maline thnt ic-ok iny-i- tcriour, i\i blnck. tvoiiu:nl in bird pimnaKf! \\^ r -~- etc. Sophisticated You'll have to see th?w: v-rj's l.o ap'in-CK^'' tin"rhythm" and "swinu" ••r dfsi~n . . . the vi':h foci of the Inbrics. Tlu: Demand fcr these siii;s is. becoming greater v.-it!; every day. Smart women everywhere ;'i'i- cheesing suits for this Easter. OAifAKOIND TWII.1, FAB P COAT—GOKEU S.KIKT COLORS — AM) ni,.' Black (Gabardine with Snal\e trim. Open tor. High Heel. Sixes 3'/j t" 9. Widths. . .AAA to P.. $ */ \ •*+• 3 *£? Veiled Sailors! Flower Hats! New Berets! Bonnets! Dress up your Kustcr costume'with :i bright new hug:. Choose a shiny (i a I nil . • . a sufl. Kucdii . . . :i :»iui)i;tlt calf or grained twj> r . litv- vcUt|ics, tup handles, pouches . . • all well llttcd. Newest high shades, navy, black, white. ' o DcsMTl, for every liaslcr outlil . • • . ;» prcUy halt K>;oha»tiii£ vrilcd s:«i- lt»rs. flowered lm;u«:s, lies 11 '''"? ')<>«»- iicls, snl'l herds. I'eltv. straws, ttjri,in:ilinns. Navy, ijlafk. colors. i»iaek, s Ki<i. Also' Widths A« I'1C T UK ED Other Suits $12.98 up DIack Gabardine, !.;li bfige. Spat, shoe . airplane heel. Si/'.es to'!). Widths AAA i ®£: \vi: A M;\V?;ST <;o/vis. URI-;SSKH ANF) ACCKSSOKIES— StLKCT VOl'K OU'ITIT Nc\v spring wear. ribbon Xotc trim. straw Cor eoulrasUns I-'voin lirst Null. \V. Main I'lioiic /ftfe (5\te W K' , ,w, K . v V ! VS\< ; . N :«->:?>U > ( -jc^-.^.,J^\% i \ hj-^^^v^J ''* T J-""j. *' • • *l*L!.V^\ \'uku I: levied Bodice Candy Striped fjiwi'l.. -;irr:vctl .Vsiiv/ i rilled yoke. While I'crl'jct creels, pleated ice. lor Mian-loll' Hound coilav. or i ticked bod- & S1.99 sleeved, candy- slriped .shirt with convertible .collar, ctiffs. French 98c

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