The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 30, 1959 · Page 11
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 11

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, August 30, 1959
Page 11
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TBfc BRAZ08PORT FACTL • • • fRelax ;Now LET BRAJ50SPORT BANK OF COMMERCE CHECKS RUN YOUR ERRANDS Brazosport and Brazoria County, Texas, Sunday. August 3u< i.959 Forget traffie • standing in line-waiting. Open a checking account at the Braios- port Bank of Commerce - and relax! Fay bills by mail with Brazosport Bank of Commerce checks. Your check stubs keep records straight, cancelled checks are your receipts and the monthly statement from the Brazosport Bank Of Commerce is your automatic bookkeeper. Start a time saving program today. Open •a Brazosport Bank of Commerce checking account today. § • WITH HEM LEVELS UP, .thorn must collaborate wllh iloekingi. From Uft, a.mou gr»n, bow-iled pump with unusual prlim woodan heeli b worn with a iln* green rntth. WhIU «ll»ch«d •faUt tit in loan colored tu*d« hu a iooih-Uke solt. .Its slocking mat* is a striking chicken wlrt design. Drass pump In sattn strapped black suede Is accompanied by a delicate, thadow-siriped stocking designed for evening wear. Fashion Finds Boys and Girls Getting o Boot Our of Fall Elegance Returna To Fashion Scene Buckles, Button And Bows For Fall The return of elegance to the fashion scene hu an interest- Ing effect on a woman'i whole wardrobe from the French roll on the crown ot her head to the jewel on the tips of her toes. • - v ; If people all over the country walk around all' winter wjth their eye* on the,ground it will be because of the imagination and originality to be found on shoes this fall. According to the , National Shoe Institute, 800 million ornaments are being used on casual shoes, walking shoes, boots, dress shoes and at-home slippers. This adds ,up to a colossal number of buckles, bows and buttons. Excitement In trimmings starts with th« lollypop set, who are enjoying gaily-colored laces with ornament-shaped tips on their small oxfords and boots, Metal eylets and circus brass rings dress up children's school shoes. . Felt flowers and flower shaped metal buckles grow on little girl's par.ty, shoes, poy's boots havi wood or leather toggle closings, or dashing belt and buckle decorations. Their stepin shoes sport kiltie tongues or kiltie laces. , • The junior miss is likely to choose whimsy on her school flats, and ther ii plenty to choose from, ranging from a threaded needle and embroidery stitches on a turned-over tongue, to a metal whistle that really blows, or corks that bob on shoe laces. She can pick flat-bowed step- ins or fat tasseled ones. Her newest party shoes may sparkle with widely spaced multi colored stones, or dangle a limestone from a high) curled tongue. Her big sister and her mother are showing their preference for matching or contrasting trims of leather buckles, (or thin (trips of self lather twisted into bows, into knots, and into braided lacM with mttal catches. Ombre bows of kid or suede are jaunty on low cut -pumps. Fabric bows are draped and cut with couturier care to ornament afternoon shoes. Often they are fastened by an eye- catching 'metallic loop or a jeweled button. Cutout details on the vamp of a shoe, are sometimes highlighted by tiny flashing buttons, metal tabs, or sparkly beads. For evening frou-frou touches of self fabric in lame, faille, or satin are fastened with crystal or rhineston bars. Sometimes whole vamps are studded with multi colored jeweled flowers. Silk roses bloom at shoe throats, at the back of a heel, or buds wind down the vamp toward the toe. Hels are alive with jet or rhinestone flowers made for the days when a gentlemen used ladles shoes for goblets. Shoe ornaments, whet her they are tailored, dressy or con- venation pieces, add a bouncy note,'to the season's shoe pic ture, already a colorful one full of fashion news and new* ness. ••.-•• Diamonds Are Best Friend of New Hose Diamonds are hoolery 1 * best friend tola fall. Texture is the newest look for leg fashion, and diamonds take the lead as favorite pattern for everything 'rom aporUt stockings to day? irae hosiery and formal sheers, liibbed, checked, tweed and lacy effect* follow closely in popularity. In tune with current trend*, stocking colors are becoming more subtle and sophisticated. Heather tones, grays, woodsy •ireens and browns appear w ••Ignlflcaat color families—the irowna often In grayed or .•uwcl-lnfluenced tones. Beiges take grayed or golden casts. Mellow, smoky purple* and blue* ar« ready .to match up with th»lr color-mates in IretMi. suits, coats and wpa,- ,.-ate«. 2 hint M yellow, gray or tfu«jKkfteiu r*a tor mon fubt : rom The Toes Up Women Replacing Tans With Browns Well-drco.»eu w.,.^. a.i^.pi. clng their summer tans withfa- hion's beautiful brovms, from IB toes up. Brown; in a full range of tones, eathers and styles, is the sea- on's most important shoe fash- on news. As the accent for au- mn dress and suit colors or as he ba*e of an all-brown ensem- le, new hues in shoes flatter the eminine foot. • In smooth, grained and brushsi eathers, and leather combinations, brown shades range from olden through red-hr.—' --••••••.. iers, antiqued blackened brown opears as a dimension in de- '.h rather than a surface color. With the brovms in the season's :lor parade are a host of subtle, inety colors. Bright without rilliance, these shce leathers •cluda darkened hunter and ol- • e greens, dark and nraj'.litec rays, softly grayed blues like iuebsrry, and winy, almost mal- srry reds. Ilesal purple is reafy to grace •^erroon and evening'.;:ar!nsh- •'• :-?m lilac and '.-::•*• •'--•K. What They're •Wearing.. By L*Roy Byrd, Facts Women'i Editor • Newest Juvenlit favorites are functional and fashionable ankle-high boots of lightweight sueded smooth and grained Jeathen,. according to Miss Blllie Gould, fashion director of Leathei Industries of America. Girls, delighted with the new Wgh risers that resemble Mother* high style daytime boots, art attracted to turned-over cuffs knd fancy ties, as well as a wid* selection of bright hues and two-toned effects Boys find tht chukKa and desert boot styles natural companion* In bracing autumn weatnei The boots move easily on flexible, lightweight leather . «ole» that give protection with- jout weight They are kept in i&hape. inside and out by leath vt welts and linings when the school, bel) rings, . . VISITOR FROM OUTER SPACE i Lic«d Boot In Grt.n Brushed Buck Is Striped Flue* Lined , [Teen: Hearts Fall; „ 'For Casual Shoes I Teenage hearts have been [captured by a casual shoe this •fall — the leather boot. The , -long, high silhouette coordi- > .nates with high-hemmed slim Jims, skirts and bermudas. • The new styles are marked by pointed toes, high vamps and backs rising above the ankles, in brushed and smooth leathers. Queen ol campus casuals is the auede leather boot, pointed ait toe and back, with a center-line seam, flat or squashed heel and slim, flexible leather sole. Casual flats in all-leather tenures feature squared-off and oval toes aa variations on the tapered toe. One-to-Bve- eyelet ties with tassel-tipped laces and ghillte ties are the favored closing for flats and oxfords.. Spectator and saddle treatments supply a fresh, seasonal look in.-contrasting leathers and color combinations. for a,more formal occasion, tha teenage girl wean a pump — often with a bow. A short T-jtrap and a low instep strap are aeen In smooth, grained and patent leathers. Festive, too, 1* a black suede boot-like pump with a plain or high slit vamp. jacep owordi in t, variety ol leathei treatment* ana many colors remain bade classroom footwear Olrii swing toward saddle- shoe* in combinations of white with black brown red and tartan plaids Boys favor black oj drown »i smooth ana grained leather. A moo-front with interesting inset vamp* ot contrasting leathei or horizontal "quilting" stitching are Dopulai styles for the young male and doubl* for school ana party wcai The party-gomp mist looio dainty in a leathei pump with a modified tapered tot Traditional patent leathei Mary Janes are Joined by deep red patent and strapped pumps, interpreted in a variety of leathers foi .dress weai'Tne new crack-proof patentleatner. adds oracticalitv to this traditional party shoe. The swivel strap is worn more often than T-straps or instep straps. A host of bows and knotted effects add fashion emphasis. Bright red, black raspberry, bronze and chestnut are hleh fashion colors this year. GV V SCHAMBRA , in a rose colored cotton with pearl mttons and 'a white rosebud or trim. She carried an attrac- ive natural-toned purse. . . MARY SHIGLEY, dining ou' with her husband and daugh- ers and wearing a yellow and •hite checked cotton dress. Her ccessories included brown and rhite spectators. . . - ' ] nS. DWTGHT WETHERELL, seen in a dress of soft lue, worn with large blue ear- ings. ... .. CATHERINE ESTILL, brav- ng the recent ram In a colorf id ain coat in shades of blue and Suits To Separates Are Set Off By Belts To set off suits, uresses and coats and to join fall separates come a wide variety of leather belts. They-range from spaghetti th' in circlets to broad five-inch girdles of padded, quilted and decorated leathers. In colors, they emulate shoes and handbags, from the leading high-fashion browns through deep greens, blues and wine- reds to gleaming metal toned leathers such as bronze and copper. Worn high with new press- shut fastenings, buckles and bows. this fall's midline flatterers are fashioned of smooth cowhide, tender calf, suede anc reptile. The cummerbund, with its sash-and-mess Jacket effect borrowed from the masculine wardrobe, is fashion news night and day. Joyce School of Dance Reopened In CLUTE by Mrs. Joyce Simpson Instruction In BALLET TOE ACROBATICS JAZZ BATON TWIRLING • 4ALL ROOM CALLS TUESDAY & THURSDAY Registration On Sept. 1 at Studio Studio Main & Shanks Call Mrs. Perry Carrier AN 5-2460 For dress, the pointed* toe arid the highj thin heel are still to command of the field. But fashion-conscious women are bounding, or rather, ovaling, out day- lime and casual shoe wardrobes with a pair of oval-toes shoes. lit softly brushed, lightly grained or vaxy smooth American leathers, 'he closed toeovalsilhouettepre- oirves the popular long look. Tiis classic leather pump, still ihe all-hours favorite, has been rjstyiad to heighten its foot Hat* 1^7, Cut-outs, perforations and - ;:ng b«:is contribute lightneis, '. MilG til'^'SmA'^Tf rearmo?ifre» aAA lavender. . . MARILYN DUGUID, attend- ting to Panh-llptiic duties in a very atti active bin-': cotton Jumper with back interest seated with lar^e jet buttons in the back, and worn with a vhite blouse. . JEANNE NEEL. resistvin" dai:shter, DEMISE, in the third grade at A. P. Beutel S-haol. clad in a white dotted Swiss highlighted with a red collar at the rounded neckhne . . DEMISE, wearing a white blouse with a black and white check full, circular skirt over petticoats. , :v-sma!:5rtreatmaitsadd v: h soft bows, little but- ns and'-:'.-.!es. i'ailcreci punps boast saddle} /.Itching, :hong lacing, buckles nd fc!->d tp.- lfv .!es. Straps have; ijn stripped from pumps, with <Iy an occasional T-strap visi- titeamt NEW YORK (UPI)—Scentthe bed linens these warm summer nights. Sprinkle scented sachet on fresh linens or spray then lightly with a cool, citrus-scented colosne or toilet water. Also, by spraying the bedroom -,-ith a d'licate floral or woodsy fragrance, you'll bring the verdant freshness of a shaded sum- ier garden indoors, reports the- tagrance Foundation.. : 1 FOR HOMEMAKIM; EASE Trend in housewares lor fall is to continue to add greater ^ase, more pleasure to iiome- laking, offsetting theldisap- taring supply ol household clp. Manufacturers combine 'iJtarian value with" beauty : i^r'tn and color. ' : . . EVERYONE WINS an 81/2 x 11 full-color picture of the kitten and its mother suitable for framing! 15 lucky women in the U. S. will win complete shoe wardrobes; Simply t^ll us what you thuiKTne~~~~ kitten is saying to its mother I Win a 6-pair shot wardrobs intta big paradise fvk, / fck.;A, contest Come in... get your entry blank ... see all the news in your favorite brand of shoes! , Famous Paradise Kittens, the softest shoes you've ever Horn, come to you now in all heel heights . . . bringing you the.softness and flexibility, the feather-lightness you've loved in low-heeled Paradise Kittens for eveiv F-:ir of your busy day. Come in, try on t! ;' iiMv-Par.-'--e KittTis/Kitten-ettea in all the new fall colors and silhouettes. CINDY as seen in LADIES HOME JOURNAL *' S1C95 15 LAKE f. v ' "ON ONLY LAKE JACKSON STORE OPEN Tin 8 P.M THUBSDAY \> .--.,,

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