Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 20, 1968 · Page 10
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What's 'With It* This Spring for Boys and Girls? A Wardrobe of Shades Lends a Great, Groovy Fashion Accent THREE "MUSTS" lor a girl's now wardrobe are a curly hair-do, a Ml y shlrl and P ir of "shades." To spice up facial llallcry "Ginger," a fncile,,««'"'"•'°°f' n sun ' glasses with slim frames and pretty, tinted lenses... by Foster Grant Co., Inc. year, seasoned with fashionable spice, staved to current taste ami served up on tv platter marked "With H." What's "with it" this spring ? The fashion news is shirts (for girls), skirts (for girls too) curls (yes, girls again), turtle necks (for boys), berets (for anyone who doesn't like huts) and "shades" (for boys and girls) come spring shine or spring showers — and at any time of the day or night. "Shades," of course, is the "with it" word for sunglasses. And for spring, '08 from It begins with a girl cuddling up in her "Camelot" inspired robe and dreaming that she looks like Vanessa Redgrave and a boy striding out in his new corduroys and wishing he could, just once, be told ho looks like Tercncfl Stamp. They're the first symptoms of spring fever '08 style, and they'll be striking any day now. Traditional recipe for spring, any year, begins with one girl, one boy. The ingredients remain the same, but the mixture gets shaken up a little every mem AND SUNNV fashion fabrics From Americas Best Piece Goods Mills FASHION FABRICS For Spring And Summer Blencte of all types in Plain Colors, Prints, Plaids, Stripes, Checks, Just about any Fabrics for any purpose, See Our Collection Now In Our Piece Goods Dept, Price From "The Bold and the cdlcfition of Buntflasseft come the "Skinnies." They're the slimmest, finest, most colofful frames around, combined with the most flattering tinted lenses in fashionable squares and rounds and ovals, from the world's larffpst manufacturer of sunglasses, Foster Grant Co., Inc. Teamed with the frilly shirt, the softly gathered dirndl skirt, Hssembled beneath a headful of curls, the slim, now "shades' ndd the final, feminine touch to the romantic look for spring. They run the gamut of cool cat colors from frosty lime and while to transparent tints and kittenish tortoise-tone. For the boys It's the bold look, with deep, wide frames, "rooftop" styles and racy, new metallic rims. Wherever boy meets girl this spring, one thing is certain, they'll both be wearing "shades," the same styles as chosen by favorite stars Van- essn Redgrave and Terence Stamp, from a "wide world" wardrobe of sunglass styles, to keep everyone in step with spring. v Handbags and Gloves In News Ltt-* ^ if y, NM 20, I by ttaelt fwttftt fttid fcftft* ffi»g f ttifehln* tfft wMtt kid. Handbags appear in and vinyliied fabric for 8 Cot* orful spring. The big and thfe small of the bags have no* added a hew look to the tote — the "midi-tote." Mid-way between the large tote and the medium - size handbag, th6 "midi-tole" has the closed look of a bag. Seen at many showings: The Mldi-f ote ... in yellow canvas edged in white patettt and chained up, the navy canvas mtdl-tote frosted with white patent braid a*hd nail- heads. Double duty . . . chain and handle hold the H»vy canvas midi-tote frosted vHth white patent braid and nallheads. the terenntftt . . . tote m io^lttfefi of hot f»ln% orange and yellow Vinyllied fabric blocked With black *lr!pe*. White is classically right. .. for the spring shortieft. The look is a Httte bit of the old and a little of the new. Seen at a preview of spring styles: nylon pique textured shortie with cut-out held by two antiqued gold rings. Cut-outs reshape... in a modified pear and ovals . . . closed with a buckle and surrounded *hite shortte fft an abstract white aflrf bftie ... *t*l*A IITC IHIJ/wavci »,* • * paftfel at ft'hite nyi<JH --—- lodfc Hfcfc grained M«H stitched in black with ion detail, played «P" by ., strtteh nylon that looks HI felt, edged ffl white piping NAZARENfc GAINS , KANSAS CITY (AP)~-tl Church of th€ Na?arcne f«f lhal in »%7 its membership i creased 20,470, to 453.187, and Sunday school enrollment r 57.000'to a total of 983,525. YOUNG SEWING Stylcmakcr contest winners show off their designs before New York City landmarks. Pamela Kay Scbcstd of Houston, Tex., models her winning entry which means a trip of her choice and views Fifth Avenue from the steps of the New York Public Library. On Park Avenue, Mnry Ellen Getzoff of Vlllanova, Pa., shows her winning coat design. look for Mies The little darlings may' seem too little to "count," but infants have their fashions, too. Says one merchant in the field of infantwear, "Everybody is getting more and more fashion conscious all the time, so why not fashion for babies, too?" "Just give me J.he 'old-fashioned 1 baby look .. . that's high fashion for me, and for my customers, too," says a leading executive in a baby's shop. Spring has a plan for patterns . . . the look is clearly defined . . . the colors are light- brights or black and white and brown and while . . . printed into (lowers, swirls, delicate etchings, and much softer and smaller geometries. REPHAN'S LIKE MARCH Conies In Like A LION We Like To Roar About These Terrific Values! A ROYAL FLUSH for little legs . . . This young miss shares the enthusiasm of older sisters and mothers for decorated stockings and tights. She goes the do-it-yourself route by adding the extras, herself. Youngsters adore all kinds of Schiffi embroidered emblems — animals, flowers, initials and whimsies. Here, a red and black theme ot hearts, spades, diamonds and clubs easily glued at random onto her white tights. She coordinates this with her Irish linen dress by adding more emblems to pockets. t Nancy Frocks LADIES DRESSES $ 6" REGULAR AND HALF SIZES. PRINTS AND SOLIDS. DAN RIVER GINGHAMS. FOR $12.00 Red Ball SUMMERETTES LADIES CANVAS SOES. MACHINE WASHABLE t DRYABLE GREAT FOR SUMMER CASUAL WEAR. SLIP ON OR TIE. NOVEL TIES AND SOLIDS. 4 ] / 2 TO 12 SIZES. MEDIUM AND NARROW * WIDTHS. REG. 5.99 VALUES. For You Sew & Savers Dan River GINGHAMS MADE TO SELL FOR UP TO 1.29 OUR REGULAR 79c NOW ONLY 63 Yd. - Special Purchase - Sack bo CASUAL PANTS Jean Style REGULAR $8 50 PERCENT FORTREL COTTON S/199 50 PERCENT Pair 4 i Men's Short Sleeve Dress Shirts 2 POCKETS WHITE OR PASTEL REG. 3.95 NEVER IRON PERMANENT PRESS TAPERED SO99 2 Large Table FABRICS PRICE - ECCH9MWBMW4 ^VflaWgiVOfp•flaftM&lS'BiMflO j m*m .> IT»ll|l| i IIIIIHIII J.I.nil. HI. w*.WMPMl^^^^^^»^»^^^^MM^H^U,.l»ll, .llwnml..»ll 11. m.».»»»a.^^.^^»»^^-^—^—-~r--- NEW FASHIONS IN LEGWEAR take a cue from living flower power. New collections of opaque stockings and panty hose are color-cued for spring in a series of pastel and shocking-bright garden colors (left), See-through acorn design panty hose (right) stretches into a tiny bikini top, perfect for a smooth silhouette even under the most abbreviated costume, These are designs by Hancs, - Rephans Special Purchase LUXURY TOWELS IN SUPER SOFT TERRY DECORATORS VELOUR - IN PASTELS AND DEEP TONES Bath Towels REG - 1 - 99 s I 22 Hand Towels REG. Washcloths REG. 49c 33* NEW ITEMS JUST RECEIVED THIS WEEK GIRLS COULOTTE DRESSES UPHOLSTERY FABRICS LADIES SHOES LADIES & MISSY -JR. DRESSES CARTERS KNITS FOR TOTS GIRLS SPORTSWEAR TODDLY WINKS FOR TOTS MAJECTIC SPORTSWEAR WALKING SHORTS MANY OTHER ITEMS REPHANS IS BUSTING OUT ALL OVER WITH BEAUTIFUL SPRING MERCHANDISE COME AND SEE I Congratulations.... To Dorsey Stringfellow in his new business, The H & R Block Service, Our iest Wishes 90 to Dorsey, even tho we hate to lose him as manager of Rephan's of Hope, Shop Rephans For All Your Easter Needs Final Clearance-): Men's Felt HATS 3 Only Men's Streteh THIS COSTUME IS TUP THING for spring. Red, white gnd blue stripes in the silk ao«J worsted coat (left) are highlighted with sj double row of jewel buttons. \ rhine- stoae buckle zeros in on the stripe belt that circles a white sheath worn beneath the coat- This is from the IVat Kspiau collection!. iUonte-Saijo's soft-shouldered costume (right) consists of 4 single-breasted coat in Union plaid and complements a gold wool skimmer with a keyhole »j?cMin.e.

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