The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1941 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1941 BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NRWS PAGE FIFTEEN Leading Designers Stress | Wider Brims Are Seen In All O O i * The Importance OJ Wool Types Of Men's Spring Hats newest rust brmvn elialk stripes. H shirt ami stiff, collar. business ant n Manuel suil tic, winti: There is plenty of news to be found in the shapes of men's new spring hats. The wider bvim has very definitely found a place for ib:elf in all types of hats. Sports and leisure types will of course run a bit wider than the more conservative town hats, but the trend is generally toward the wider brim. 2'j and 2 5-8 inches are still the best widths for regular town hats, while the country types will look \\ell with brims of 2 3-4, 2 7-8 and i 3 inches. The spring hats have been necessary in the hand-blocked type.s. Those pre-shapud hats come in a ranye of shapes from Die round telescope for the younger iellovk to the cousin 1 vui ice spread crease, and even the regular center crease. These alretidy blocked hats nre to be found in a variety of colors, shapes, and trims, and the ccrrei't hat, factory-blocked, can be found lor almost any daytime i occasion. j Many of the new htus are being I shown, too, with the crown taper- wes a "Rare BiC DO ALL YOUR of advice, MEN! SHOPPING AT the Easter Parade! dark blue Wool for ni'jn'.s cio'.hing hi 1941 is expected to reach the most dominant position it has held for .several years, according to leading clothes designers and fashion commentators, chiefly because of the stress now being placed upon the durability and health advantages of wool in Army uniforms. During 1940 it was' u military year for most nations of the world, with the single exception of the United States. This year, with the creation of the enormous defense program, it is definitely u. military ye.iv for this country, and fashion designers in both the men's and women's fields point out- that the military note is having its chief effect :5n colors and types of cloth rather- than in the close-fitting military design which had its effec; upon civilian dress during the last war. It has been pointed out by wool growers and manufacturers that the importance of wool tor ,^r;' maintenance of health achieves [*rticuHir .significance at this time because of the. inferior quality of the "ersatz" or .synthetic woolen substitutes being used by most of the fighting forces in the world, with the exception of Great Britain and the United States. Durability Emphasized This factor alone, it has been pointed out, may evontimlly become one of the decisive factors in the present struggle, with wool furnishing one of the best assurances obtainable for continued health of the armed forces. This emphasis on health and durability has already carried over into the civilian field with the rugged Harris tweeds and worsteds achieving gn.-;i!(T popularity than ever bc- lorc. '.nn'r. nrL'forciK't; has been into the u:je uL woolen and scarfs. In the opinion of the National Wool Growers Association. now engaged in launching an advertising and promotional program, which will be carried on in cooperation with the- International Wool Secretariat. built with great attention to cle- j tails demanded by these new wider ; brims, and t;<he new blocks and shapes are in correct proportions, Equally interesting is the new prc-shaped block which is now assured of nation-wide acceptance- Great strides have been made in this type of hat since its inception .several years ago. and the current product Ls ft masterpiece of the felt- hat industry. Men can now purchase a beautifully blocked felt hat which will retain its shape without, the constant attention so ing in slightly hatband. Also from the 1 good is of tin- crea.se rounded at back, and pinched in at the front of the crown. Snapbrims are ever popular for casual wear i and the Uombury re-tains its high j rating for more tormal town and ! business wear. i Brim edges have also taken on a touch of .something different for Spring. While the plain well edge continues in vogue and the raw and plain bound cdgi-.s .still have. their place, the new edges acid considerable .spice to hats in general. Bullet in Italia Wood TULSA, Okla. ajP)--Carving ballet dancers, from balsa wood blocks has become the hobby of a retired dancer. The dolls, whittled bv Miss SJ.ack-aacl-Sl.rirt Ensemble Popular This S |) ri n Men's sportswear is taking another big forward step this year as indicated by lines now being shown in the better stores. The popularity of the slack-and-shirt ensemble and the cocoanut straw hat last year has encouraged men's wear designers to launch forth this season with an unprecedented selection of sports apparel. Colorful Conservatism l-'cjiturctl Contrasted with the usual tendency noted in new designs, the designers have, in large measure. A new method to train pilots consists of manipulating the controls in a cockpit of a dummy i training plane. For the first les- i sons, the stick and foot controls i are locked together, forcing the i Margaret Taylor, re present the student to co-ordinate hands and] various positions of the ballet. feets ' - - ! Shep Tusted.. Estes Park. Colo., Read Courier News want ads ' has climbed Long's Peak IKltt limes. I carried over accessories. including ties, socks, MEN--- LINE UP FOR THE &G-AJ&L Pai By Dressing Up At Yes sir! You'll truly be the hit of the Easter Parade in "Hughes" C'lolhos . . . make Hughes your "one stop," service station i'or your every Spring need in clothes. Here are America's smartest fashions nt prices you can afford. TROPICAL WEIGHT Pennwood Suits :j ^'-'> . i'j'i Smart new three-button models, expertly tailored of fine quality Tropical weight Herringbones, Tweeds, Gabardines and Flannels. See these new Spring Suits today . . . let us lay one away for you until wanted. Arrow and ll^i/sou Kros. SHIRTS Oiiulily slilrls . - . tlu'Se "«'»' j uttiM'iis lire proven successes in <-vn-y t-lylc ci'tiU-r . . . the f»l>- ilcs ;irc Koocl, I In* selection is n-mi.lHr. i\ nunplcti 1 range of $2.00 and up Uv Arrow and Wilson Bros. Hcrt- an- Tics dial look right aril li« riRliU 1 ' Jt's c:i.sy to pick just the ri£lil DIK^S from hirjfr .srlcutioii. . tjtripcs, ;uul : olid colors. curbed their native desire to cust iraciition to the winci.s- Rather, they have exercised con.siuerabl'j ciMiiion :nui !he result is n plea's;!nt. n:jnhin:.i.ticn of v/bat iniyht be till led "culurful cott;,erv;.iri. c ;in." For exiiuiple. trie 1941 model .sluc!:-and-.shirt ensembles cmpnu- sj/r comfort tiirou^lioul. Colors arc rhr-r-rfu!. yet .sollnr ;ui(i (piiclrr ihiin iu' : f ycur. Brov/n.-s and tans arc yainisKf- the ]ion':> sliavc of at- t"t)Lion. \vitJ5 blues and greens v.-cli receiver \. Featiirctl [abric-s i s'vr yabardines. poplins. \\\\}\r,. and j eoverLs. in wool, cotton. and Crciva Te.sted Spun Rayon labric.s. iviUi HI i almost 50-50 split 'between plain ajui patterned cloths. But the mo^t ouUnanding change the new ensembles i.s in i.he field cf nnalitv. SHOES NUNN-BUSH $8.50 Up. EDGERTON $5.CO CHAMPION $4.00 n :'>ts fur you i- nrw \Vnninilir .slip your frit into comfortable sun<:s .styled !>>' Anit-rica's forr- rwwl iiinniif:»,rLurcrs. Slytt-s :tmi prices to siiil you. Whittles Way From Wood Cell Into One Of SUc! Mil color is <mc of the tr the 1SM1 Spvin This suit i.s u lij. I woven tweed with faiiit - green. LITTLE ROCK. Ark. (UP> — When ofikcr.s pu! WoocJrov/ W. Harvey. Camp Robinson trainee, in the "bull-pen" adjoining the'mu- nicipal court room, they intended, merely to let him ,sol;cr up from a drinking party, and then, turn him over to 'jtlkiaii at tlic cauip. Uu! v.'hcn they saw wliat lie did to the "Dull-pen" — a t/:mponiry cci Irncloo'xl l>y Heavy v/ooden :-laU —they lined him 520 and costs for de.struction of public properly. Harvey had spent the uight j xvhiiilinji on the ylat.s with a .small ; pocket-knife. Officers said -he had. whiillrd half-wav ihrouyh one of llu- heavy boards, Ucynolct. [ Now Hawey is in a jail cell with trci\d. i steel bars. He couldn't pay ,U'ie t jrray. loosely i line. over-squares in ! — '~^-~ Read Courier News want Spring Suits Also—The Men's Spring Accessories! HUD Cleaner - Clothier - Tauoi SPORT CO A TS i\l:ikr up your own suit from this M'lc'Hion of Spi:ri Coals in HrrrinKixmcs, TwrriLs and I'rojier styles ami $1Q50 13 Slacks to Harmonize HA TS tiy Dobbs & Daiton Men who know their .styles will appreciate this larijc showing ( >f new Spring Mais by Daiton At Uobhs. Colors l.hal will add a nii nol.e lo your complete cn.sein hie. Dobbs Hats $5 up Dtillons $3.'~)0'$3*85 .-. TT/™1TTT7O UGHhb

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