Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, October 1, 1959
Page 6
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Sparkling Tweeds, Fur Trims Top Interest Huge Coof Selections Attract Thrifty Shoppers to Carroll Stores 11 _. _i :_» i i. « _ „——————-————— 1 cvnf JifiHr riila linat wflntf mttfjk I ,,,.••, Carroll storp<;. showing f h e largest selection of new season! fall coats in the western half of the stale, were crowded with coat shoppers this week as the first winter chill signalled the early peak of the coat hu.vinp season. Biggest interest, according to most ready-to-wear -stores is in fur trims and tweeds, with wrap around styles popular, too. Coats for fall are slim, are full, are tailored — above all. are heaped with fur. Classic reefers and Chesterfields lead the way to the slim, well-tailored silhouette. Wrap coats, derived from a i California favorite, inspire) many easy, belted silhouettes. Timtt Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Oct. 1, 1959 while the belted trench coat is prominent among fitted styles. Looser, unfitted coats preserve a slim look with fullness provided at the back, by such devices as gathers and blade pleats. This season, the extreme oval or cocoon back coat with tapered hemline fades from the picture. Fur's importance is see everywhere. Virtually the whole animal kingdom is called upon to provide collars — usually, wide and wider — cuffs and even linings for all types of coats. Expanding the tur IOOK. synthetic pile lines many coat*. | Along with collar and lapel width go a variety of other treatments intended to extend the shoulder line. Yokes, welting, seaming all help. Though daytime dresses hav« modified their sleeves for the express purpose of going under coats, there are still plenty of leg-o-muttons and more bouffant sleeves. Taking this, and the importance of suits, into account, coats frequently have added depth in the sleeves to assure proper coverage without* crushing. Reversibles, which turn from plain to patterned fabric or from fabric to fur or pile, are a major factor. spurgeon's « ' »• tilf / *3 m 3.38 fatkf... The beautiful colors of Autumn make the smart new fall styles... the Derby, Coachman, Cloche and Pill Box, just the right color and fashion touch to top your fall wardrobe ... available p rich velvet, soft felt and velour... regular and 1.98 to 5.98 An outstanding selection of faffs favorite styles ,,.. choose from our full stock, the style, size and' color best sorted to your own fashion look ... available in sues for misses, juoiocs and womeo Wonderful to touch, bwfituf to see ... fall's smart look is the Princeton mutation look m full, topper and % *"* 39.50 often from 19.35 The tweed look is the fall look ... and this highly styled Peerless all wool tweed coat is the coat with the look you 'a 24.95 The hood fc on the car coat ... is the fashion word tor fad ... keeping you even warmer during the cold months ahead 16.95 others in tweed, plaid and solid . . . from 19.95 others from 8.M to 25.00 NTs newest colors and style features ... crop top, split level, contour waist in always popular fabrics . . . Arnd, cotton, nylon, acetate and tegvlar SUB tt to 31 ixta sim 40 to 4* 0*9 Just the right look for faff,,. all the colors and black ... pleated, gored*and flared styles... in the most popular fabrics... al wool flannels and tweeds, cotto* chinos flat* nete and imported fabrics. 198 3.98 5.98 Mrs. Guy Blaskovich of Lohrville, is shown here looking at a figure slimming fur trim coat at Ellerbroeks in Carroll. With her is Mrs. Marie Renze of Ellerbroeks. Two of the best sellers in coats at Spurgeon's were photographed today by the Times Herald photographer. In the picture Mrs. Jack Eason is modeling an all leather car coat with fur collar. Her accessories are brushed wool hat with ribbon trim. The purse is brown suede with matching gloves. Mrs. Guy Raridon is modeling an orlon dynel fur fabric coat. Her accessories are black velvet hat with matching purse and gloves. At Penney's, modeling the new season coats for the Times Herald photographer is Diane Neppl and Mrs. Larry Rettenmaier. Diane is wearing a light beige wool cashmere wraparound coat, and Mrs. Rettenmaier is showing a purple and black wool plaid coat with the popular chin-chin collar. Ike Arrives at Hideaway in Midst of Gusty Sandstorm By MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP)A deeply embarrassed Chamber of Commerce promised President Eisenhower good golfing weather today—the warm sun prescribed for his cold. The President flew across the continent from Washington Wednesday, out of the fringe of tropical storm Gracie, only to arrive in this desert resort country in the midst of a gusty sandstorm. There just wasn't any sunshine. But Eisenhower, trying to shake a nagging cold he has had since Labor Day, obviously was pleased by a hearty welcome and the prospect of plenty of golf during the next week. He arranged a match today at the El Dorado Country Club course, about four miles from the home of his host, old friend George E. Allen, at nearby La Quinta, Calif. The pregame announcement was that he would play with Allen, Washington businessman who also has a farm near the President's at Gettysburg, Pa.; William E. Robinson of New York, board chairman of Coca Cola; and Freeman Gosden, the Amos of the famed Amos V Andy radio team. Allen and Robinson traveled from Washington with the President aboard his Air Force 707 jet plane. The party arrived at the Palm Springs airport in the late afternoon, then transferred with the sand swirling to a Marine Corps helicopter for the short hop to La Quinta. Eisenhower plans to remain in this desert country—the plush playground of many Hollywood personalities—until a week from today. White House press secretary James C. Hagerty announced the President's daily routine would be golf each morning, lunch and nap, then sun basking in the afternoons at Allen's place at the edge of the Santa Rosa Mountains. The evenings will be devoted to bridge playing. 6 Places Left- in Homemaking Class Six places remain to be filled in the adult homemaking class which starts Monday evening at Carroll High School. Nineteen advance reg istratipns have been made. The class is limited to 25. Registration fee is $2 payable at the first meeting. The series of 10 weekly lessons will begin at 8 p.m. Monday in the homemaking room of Carroll High School. Theme of the series is "Your home and you." Mrs. Lowell Larson, vocational homemaking instructor, will conduct the first lesson in the form of a lecture with charts. Her topic will be "Color in the Home". Members of the advisory coun cil consisting of Mrs. W. H. Brown, Mrs, Charles M. Clark and Mrs. Kenneth Wheeldon will be i n charge of registration, a mixer, and refreshments. ADVANCED TRAINING AMES — Dan Mein, 306 N. Main, Carroll, and Richard Timmerman, Route 2, Auburn, are among 123 Iowa State University military students in the Army ROTC program who have been accepted for advanced military training. Both are in the artillery branch. They will be commissioned second lieutenants in the Army Reserve upon successful completion of the two years of advanced training. Next summer they will attend summer camps at Ft. Sill, Okla., Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and Camp Gordon, Ga.; as part of their intensive training. Mrs. Melvin Relnhart, and daughter Mary Beth, consented to pose for the Times Herald photographer at Ellcrbroek's. Mrs. Reinhart Is wearing a blue wool tailored coat. With Mrs. Relnhart is Mn. Merle Schnell. Fire Jupiter on 1,700-Mile Test CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. <APi— The Army, with an assist from the Air Force, fired its Jupiter intermediate range missile on a successful 1,700-mile test flight Wednesday night. The airmen are members of the Strategic Air Command's 8t>4th Technical Training Squadron. Some of them may be among the Air Force personnel who soon will help Italian troops man Jupiter launching sites in Italy as part of the NATO defense force. Earlier Wednesday, a research rocket boosted an inflatable balloon to an altitude of 45 miles to measure high-altitude wind speeds and air density. The longest steel arch bridge in the world is the 1,675-foot span over the Kill Van Kull between Bay- onnc. N. J., and Staten Island, N. Y. I Rule Bomb Out in Texas Plane Crash WACO, Tex. (AP)-Why did « new turbojet airliner blow up 15,000 feet above east central Texas, killing 34 persons? That's what Braniff Airways, Lockheed and federal investigai tors are trying to discover. The Civil Aeronautics Board sent eight men to the scene of Tuesday night's crash in isolated brush country 68 miles southeast of here. One Federal Aviation Agency official, who refused to be quoted by name, said a bomb could hp ruled out. He said the disintegra lion could have been caused hy explosive loss of pressure in the cabin. The plane, a $2,300.000 Lockheed p]lectra. was en route to Dall.ic from Houston. The ship had been in operation only nine days. The pilot, W. E. Stone, 47. of Dallas, made a routine radio rn- port at 11:05 p.m. The weather was good. A few minutes later the ship virtually disintegrated Only one of the four engines was found immediately in thp crash area, indicating it may M;UP dropped off before the explosion. FIRST SKI MEET First, intercollegiate ski meet in North America was held between Dartmouth and McGill Universities at Shawbridge, Quebec, in 1914. Bargains and selections are Penney's day-in day-out stock in trade! Now! Penney's outdoes Penney's! Come see more! Get more! Save more! $ ^^^^^^^^M ^^^^^^^^^^^^B 95 to $ 39 95 • Tweeds! plushes! wool and cashmere suedes! zibelinesl name your fashion fabric! it's here now at big savings! ' ' t basic black,! neutrals! bold plaids! muted mixtures light! bright! darkl , . . nam » your fashion coloi. it's here now at big savings! Call a sitter! Gas (he car! Grab a bus! Hitch a ride! Tell your friends' Be orient' Be early tomorrow! Pick your coat before selections are pick d o v ? And f. you may use our convenient Lay-away Plan, too! y

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