Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 15
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
Page 15
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Femininity Returns In Coats and Suits Gofesburg Reai'ster-Moil,. Golesburg, Wed., Aug. 2 T, 1963 15 The sloppy look among college students is strictly a thing of the past, according to Joseph L. Dubow, executive director of the New York Coat and Suit Association. In place of blue jeans, coats and suits will dominate the co-ed's wardrobe, and designers have gone all out to bring femin­ ity back to the campus. Attention will be focused on fall coats with movement. Swing-along coats With fitted fronts and loose backs, gentle shoulder width with raglan sleeves. Top interest will prevail with high-rising bodices underscored with belts and welt seaming, stovepipe collars or necklines muffled with ascots and scarves. The overcoat is certain to get many votes from the student body. This time around, it's a very feminine version with soft, raglan sleeves, gracefully A LADIES DAY SPECIAL ,MTH lAw?A»V UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT FOR MEN ... wives in the "know" always insist on the comfort, value and long wear of Jockey brand underwear. Here 's what they buy for their ment JOCKEY T-SHIRT-Power Knit® fabric, no shrinkage, long-lasting all combed cotton, Seamfree® collar lays flat. S,M,L,XL 3 for $4.39 JOCKEY BRIEF—Fits best feels best, gives a man the right support, properly tailored of 13 pieces, special long* lasting waistband. 28-46. 3 for $3.69 JOCKEY T.K.O?BOXER— Seat size proportioned to waist size, extra-wide cushion waistband. 30-44- $1.50 SPECIAL APPRECIATION OFFER . ..for Ihs ladies, a $7.95 hand pointed ladies electric shaver for $2.95, plus bags from 3 Jockey T-shirts, briefs or boxers. Details in our men's furnishings department. notched collar and fly-front in crisp, elegant worsteds. The college coat story is expressed in surface interest rich color and brush strokes. Lush surfaces will make news with a richness that rivals the finest of furs. With perversity of fashion, the second major concept will be the hard-finished look, which includes needle­ points and rib weaves, crisp and precise. On the scene will be coating weight meltons, chinchillas, tweedy effects, mohairs, frosted, diagonal and windowpane effects and bold plaids. Colorwise, look for new cranberry and flame reds, khaki and all the beiges from string to putty. Camel, of course, is perennially a favorite. Suits, Naturally In suits, the naturalists have it. The new silhouette will follow the natural curve of the body without undue emphasis anywhere. Jackets vary in length from top of the hip to three- quarter and seven-eighth walking lengths. All gently skim the body but give, definition to bosom and waistline and, as in coats, there will be emphasis on fitted fronts and easy backs. Narrow, set-in sleeves have been making fashion news although many fashionable prefer the sometimes more flattering raglan sleeves. Pockets, always a favorite with campus-ites will be seen in pairs and sometimes quartets— and another Chanelism, braid, will win college honors. Suit skirts are newly eased and gored. They'll be slightly flared or A-line and the hem, as heretofore, will just about cover the knee. Tweeds vs. Sloppy Joes Tweeds will come in strong, lacy, brushed or tightly woven and so will the "men's wear" look preferably in the real thing —but unbelievably smart in a variety of man-made blends that simulate worsteds and suiting-weight silks. Hard-finish petitpoints, diagonals and ottomans will also be important. New looking are the double faced fabrics at Anglo which combine two looks in one fabric. Rounding up the college fashion news, it will be a coat and suit curriculum that will be most likely to succeed in replacing the sloppy Joes and jeans that made yesterday's campus a dull place, indeed. Dartmouth placekicker Bill Wellstead of Maumee, Ohio, kicked 48 points last season. Twenty-one points resulted on seven field goals. BOYS AND GIRLS Saddles and Straps, and Strollers, too. Boots high, Boots low, and Oxfords Sturdy, All in the big back-to-school assortment by Poll-Parrot for boys and girls. ' Before school bells ring, bring them in for new shoes. All so carefully fitted. All so dependable and well constructed. From •# to / BLOOM 6 ALES B U R Q« ILLINOIS OifTSIAMMNO QUAUTY IN FAMILY SHOES UIST SHOES Airman Visits Dallas Home DALLAS CITY — Jerry Brown, U. S. Air Force, has completed his basic training at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Tex., and is home on furlough. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown. Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Covey were her nephew and family, Lt. Com. Clarence McDaniel and wife and children, who were en route to Western Kansas to visit relatives before reporting for duty at San Diego, Calif. The McDaniels have just returned from Londonderry, Ireland, where he had been stationed about lVj years. Miss Beulah Lofton of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. Barbara Lofton. Mrs. Bill Hladek accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Charles Nowlen and children of Butte, Mont., who had been visiting here, on a trip to Philadelphia, Pa., Washington, D. C; Niagara Falls, points in Canada and Minneapolis, Minn. Returned to Church Rev. R. C. Goldsborough, pastor of the Free Methodist Church, was returned to the church for another year, at the annual conference held in Rushville. John Strong, who for (he past eight years has been employed as a social worker and counselor with the Prospect Heights Township High School, resigned this summer and accepted a position as social worker with the Forest Hospital, a psychiatric hospital at DesPlaines. He is the son'of Mrs. Mae Strong of Dallas City. Dolph Schayes leads National Basketball Association players in most points scored during regular season games with 19,115 tallies. Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS IN GALESBURO HAWTHORNE DRUG COMPANY •» iOwt OOCIM nitcHW n— LOLLIPOP® COTTON PANTIES SHE'LL WEAR BACK-TO-SCHOOL Stock up now—for school, fall or anytime! Cornbed cotton doufefi and single seat briefs with nylon reinforced cuff. Cdntour cut for long wear., comfort and smooth fit. White, pink, blue, maize, mint: double seat, size 2*10 69e tingle teat, site 12'16„__.__69e Girls' Shop - third Floor NYLON JACKETS . . . FOR SKI SLOPES OR SCHOOL . . . the look from kindergarten to college —slipover ski jacket; zipper and drawstring hood, tab zipper pouch; zipper and drawstring hood, tab zipper pouch, elastic cufft and drawstring waist. Red, royal $C99 blue, black, white. S,M,L Girls' Shop — Second Floor SIZES 3-6X, 7-14 BACK-TO-SCHOOL DRESSES $C99 Now at Carsons — a whirl of fashions for your little miss ... in a glamorous array of picture-pretty fall styles and tones . . , solids and vivid cotton plaids in skimmers, A-lines, shifts and low-waist shapes . . , lavished with lots of details that both little girls and mothers appreciate. Girls* Shop — Third floor GRAND SWEATERS AND SACONY "WAISTBANDER" SKIRTS... SMARTLY PAIRED FOR SCHOOL Pert little separates that get up and go places paired off and pretty . . , 100% orlon acrylic slipover and cardigan sweater sets . . , mated with permanently pleated, hand washable, 85% wool, 15% nylon skirts , , , Choose from: Grand Cardigan and slipover sweater seats: i-Sx, navy/white, red/white $5.99 set 7-X4, red, navy or blue on white $6.99 set Sacony "Waistbander" skirts: 3-6x, navy and red $39* 7-14 navy, red, grey $5.9t Slipover, mock turtle-neck sweater: red, blue, gold, white $3 .99 Girls' Shop — Secoud Floor

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