Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, APRIL 15. 1954 Plan Bake Sale Happy* At Elsali Church Mrthorlist ^ onini Will Sponsor Evrnt Kt, e .\H.—\Vomen of the Meth- "<1i=t Church are sponsoring a • bake sale Saturday at the church annex. The sale starts at 11 a.m. and will feature Kastcr decorated bakery soods. Sandwiches. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH . salad, rakr. pio. coffer, and sorln will also ho for sale. Entertain* rhih Kt.?AH. -The Misses .Tanrt and .iiidy Williams \\ore hnstos«cs to members of the Fun Club at their home Monday evening. A short business meet ins; was held and it was planned to have an Kaster egg hunt at the Klsah Park Friday at 1 p.m., with Miss Anna Grecr in rharee. After the business meeting a social hour was held and refreshments were served by the hostesses. Members present were: the Misses Ann Rarnes, Mildred Lane, Barbara Lane, Dorothy Leonard. Jeanne Creer, Anna Orcer, Lois Lone, Judy Lane, Barbara Stamper, Hazel Cresswell, and Janel and Judy Williams. fa rents of nnttehtrr KLSA11.—Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Leonard are announcing the hirth of a daughter Monday at Alton Memorial Hospital weighing seven pounds, and has been given the name of Ann Judith. NP.WB Notes ELSAH.—Miss Janet Light of South Bend, Inrt., arrived at the home of Mrs. George Copeland Tuesday evening for a short visit. Little Hats Give Aid to Coiffures Little hats that give maximum display to the shorter coiffures, are the avant garde of the spring millinery showings. Forward poses are prominent —as are the little hats that take a deep drop on one side . . for a pert, youg silhouette that's easy to wear! Fragile floral treatments, textured-straw detailing, fabric hats by the score, and shiny-surfaced straws—all make bright impressions! Crisp ilraw cloths, chiffons, organdy, printed sheers and silk jersey are but a few of the many fabrics highlighted for headlining. The level-posed pill-box highlighted with flowers, bows and glitter trim will be the primary shape for Spring-into-summer wear. Caps, shells and profiles will continue to star with all the Spring fashions. In shiny straws, or straw cloths, and pastel felts, of course — they give importance to "topward" keyed costumes. Many small hats reflect a courtly look of elegance . .others with their birdbeak styling, and crisp precision — reflect a "military look" — that's feminine, pert and young! Bow detailing, rose rims, veiling, stitched trims, cocardes, streamers and of course, glitter —are the fresh-up trims. From the lilt.e very little half hat.. refered to in millinery parlance «s. the "miniature" -, to skimmer types, large plateaus and breton—"big" impressions Now are made in milans, leghorns, shantung and ball straws. Flat pancake crown treatments, mushroom shapes, and the "figure seven" — are some of the more newsmaking silhouettes! One of the most important details of the millinery picture, is the use of wire frames, clasps and grippers to give head-hugging, smooth, fit to the new season hats! Velvet, satin and Jersey have emerged as trans-season fabrics and are evident on the Spring scene in brilliant shades of turquoise, amythest, orange, and others; colors which are seen in all milinery lines! Shiny black straws simply adorned wilh self curves and side detailing; flowered hats in sheer organdy; platlers of violets, lilies-of-the-valley, and roses; turbans, cloches, tailored bonnets, and forward-looking sailors are a)) in the fashion setting for Spring. Look for "peach basket" shapes to wear with box coats— the homburg sh a p e with silk coats — brow platters with cropped jackets — wide hats for open collars, and picture brims for prints — these are the newest themes for your fashion ensem- bling. Aside from the 'high , costume colors previously mentioned— white, shiny blacks, navy and beige — are featured as color cue of Spring. White at its brightest, and black at its shiniest —are the key accent tones for millinery. For your prints be sure to pick one of the "high" shades and dramatize it with a companion color hat. There is no formula! Color is rampant on the millinery scene —so enjoy it, from the tip of your toes to the top of your head. Teelh Are PASAPJENA, Calif., <*>-Mrs. L. C. Allen had a tooth pulled. Later, in correspondence with her Bon. Herman R. Allen, 3,000 mile* away in Washington, D.C., she discovered that he had the same tooth pulled just three days before her own extraction. '* Little boys arp surp to be seen as \VP|| a« hpard this spring in happy toss that are newly colorful. The introduction of bright colors for little boys is apparent in play-wear, sr-hool clothes and dress-up suits. Colorful applique and embroidery appear on skirts, sweaters and jackets. There is a great deal of plaids, bold stripes f>n \\hite grounds and many red touches. Middy shirts in skipper bl«c or \ ivid red top striped snorts. I>nim, poplin and sailcoth are fabric leaders in boys' sportswear. For dress-up, thrre are ••leav- colored Eton jackets \\ith bla/er shorts in contrast stripes. There are knit separates, festurine printed card ivan shirts and bricht solid or striped shorts. Leather or leather-tike jackets wear ribknit trims. Boys will rmp ensembles too. There are jacket, vest and short sets, coat and suit sets. Kton suits with knit shirt patterned to match the suit trim. [ An estimated 2" million cars and trucks in the United States are equipped with radios. NCH Easter Hat Just Plain Pretty * fu r.Ati.r. m o\*. XF.A Wnmrn't Editor NKW YORK - <NKA» — The hnt yon \vear in the Kastor pa- rarl' 1 this year will be just plain pt-etlv. Anrt the reason for this fpmlninifj i« that the suit or eoat you pick for (trading will be slim, \\ith sii!i|>le lines, providing the perfect foil for a fragile, flnwer-larten hat. There are lots of flower trims this yenr, fnr more than in past Rasters. And the flower hat looks not only pretty hut smart. Little flovirr-rinrrrd shells, th»> hnt made to look like ft Vie- torlan nosegay, »nrl daisies or lilai-s pressed Into sailor* or hrctons. nil have a refreshing newness to offer. The tun of \our flowered hat may he in the pink to r^rl tones. may br one of the nasturtium colors or ma\ he A fresh, tint- terins white. If \ ( ,ur suit or coat has collar and cuffs in white, you run find Rood company for it in A \\hitp hnt or you can spftrk it with color by picking A vihinnt pink or reel. For the silk suit o,- dross, print or plain, there are fragile PAGE FtVS And straw confections that provide the nefrled delicacy. A brim i< any si/e At All this spring, from A mere trim to the truly latup hnt that, this year, is anchored firmly to the heart hy means of those little Rrlppers developed sin.-c last Kflster. For women who me wearing loiiR-haired furs with their taster suit*, the stiiAll hat in chiffon or orRflndy is the best hot. There are many such small tints in forward, profile or levelheaded treatments. Some of these nir pleated, sump drnped, , some embroidei ed. Jark Wife Given Settlement no acetone, vhtch has been found to have » drying effect A cream rAther than a liquid. the remover boasts new packag- . ing as well as a new formula, j r ' OS AN ~ r; f>LES /P— Jack Wet*, f come> in a lube that mini- ; <"* Dragnet star, has handed Ml mi/os tlv danger of spillage and former wife $350.000 in settlement /•(•*• . or thrir financial controversy. 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Boyville Jr. 2-pants Casual Suits Boyville 4-Star Gabardine Shirts Sizes 8-12 k.98 Summer Meliht rayon Rnlmr- •linc. vat dyed, fully uashablp. Satin lined yoke. Sizes 3 to 8 • Completely rayon lined casual coat Actually it's like two suits in One! Smart rayon and acetate gabardine longics match the sleeves, second pair matches coat front pattern. A double value specially priced. Boys' Gabardine No-Iron Nylons 8IZFK 4-8 I (98 I niu-wcsrlnr puckrrril nylnn In hlu*. m»l/f. jrrrrn or Un >hlrl< lar hoy« wllh hii»y mnthiri. Convertible Boys' Dress Shirts Si/.pn 1114.14 ZiZ9 Rlrh lanklnt Bavvlllr Hrrii «lilrl», fruich ruff. «llh llnl,.. slnlli-rt rnll»r with »l»y«. *M*xlmum shrink- Suits 17 Sizes 12 to 18 95 Boys' Dress fi!4-7 'it Hats 1.89 ,. In. hrlint. raynn hanili. Choi»« from •olid rnlnn or healhfr mlslurei. Ruy nnw! Boys' Cotton Socks Si/.rs H to II W pi-H. I*l9 .Vylnii rrlnfrnrrll tnlr inri liffljuard fnr »f«r. Wmtlifoii rolori. inrrrrr- Irri) Durrne yirnn. Plain and pat- Irrni. 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