The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 11, 1965 · Page 39
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July 11, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 39

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Sundoy, July 11, 1965 RACINE SUNDAY BUOETIN Sneak a Pteview o/ Fall's New Fashions 7C And what will milady wear this fall? Shown here are several ensembles created by well-known fashion designers. For the fall 1965 couture collection, Oleg Cassini presents a tailored novelty matelasse, double breasted coat, loosely belted and closed with topaz jewel buttons. The long lean suit will be "in" for fall 1965, as Adele Simpson sees it. Its squared shoulders emphasize the blade-like slimness of the costume with its overblouse and open jacket of the same length. The suit is in one of the new tawny green-bronze diagonal wools, with an ascot scarf of gold satin. Anne Klein's double breasted evening trench coat is in ice blue suede. The buttons are rhinestone balls. Bill Blass, for Maurice Rentner's Autumn collection, fashions an exotic hostess pajama with Far Eastern flavor. He uses a Java brown, lilac and wine wool paisley for the fitted pajama which has a high round neckline, molded shoulder and long sleeves. The over-skirt in Kyoto wine silk brocade is shirred into sweeping fullness. Sharp pink taffeta belts and bows the waistline. A heavenly shade of pink is used for the Shetland coat by Renbrook. The skirt action starts below the low back belt where it fans out into two pleats. The sleeve is cut in one with the shoulder. A delicate cage of jewel embroidered net over nude is the definition of Mollie Parnis' fashion mood for fall 1965. Solid jeweling rims the neckline and sleeves. OL C ein. Bill BL a55 A Knit With a Knack By Helen Hennessy NEW YORK — (NEA) —If ever there was a fashion that American women fell for completely, knits are "it." For knits can feel as easy as an olc^ghoe and yet look as chic as a Paris design. At one time not everyone could afford a beautiful knit. Those imported f 1 a t-finish wool beauties from Italy (where it all began) were only for the affluent few. But now, due to American ingenuity, there are smart knits at all prices. You can find active play- wear, smart sportswear, trim suits and dresses, even handsome evening clothes in many different types of knits. These come in a wide world of fibers, too—w o o 1, cotton, synthetic and a variety of blends. and yjje family of knits is growing, all the time. There's a whole new batch coming up right now—knits with new textures, new finishes new easy-care qualities. Big knit news is an all-cotton stretch knit that shrinks less than one per cent in the automatic washer and drier and keeps its shape, too. It needs no blocking and no ironing. This cotton "miracle" performs like a synthetic but has all the cool cotton comfort we love so much. Remember how cotton knits used to stretch one way, but not the other, and how the stretch became a sag? No more. Thalknit's stretchability is a real length and width body-action stretch, with as much as 20 per cent complete recovery. This cotton knit moves right with you. It is a silky-looking knit, lustrous, soft and supple. And it fits right into the wash-and- wear scheme of things. But remember — t h o u g h these knits hold their shape, the figure beneath them is still up to you. Bhhop Discusses Leadership yacuum* PITTSBURGH—(/?>)— Catholic women face a "vacuum of leadership" at every level, Bishop John J. Wright told a National Council of Catholic Women's Institute for Leaders here. "It is extremely important," he said, "to be aware at every turn of the extent and nature of the vacuum into which women leaders are called to move." WoMe Pc arnid REMOVAL SALE On September 1st we'll be movng to our new location a few doors away. Come in now and take advantage of real savings on the best name brands available. Our sale tables are piled high — but hurry, they won't last long! SAVE 207« to 507. GIRDLES Sizes 26-40 CORSELETTES Sizes 33-48 o / BRAS Regular and Padded PAIVTY GraDLES Sizes 25-36 Itiany Other items and Brands on Sale LI]\GERIE • GLOVES • JEWELRY 2^ Of •M f MB 1 f (Die NORTH SIDE BANK CORSET LIIVGERIE SHOPPE 825 - 16th St. The Woman Knows How to Save Money Although the nations economy is at an all time high, there are many homemakers who are exercising thrift and extending the family income, a survey by a Baltimore manufacturer shows. Questioned about their money-saving practices were 1,000 women. Ten of the best practices noted were: Clipping of discount coupons in newspapers and magazines. Buying "on sale items" in bulk at supermarkets. Applying the do-it-yourself technique to beauty requirements. Having younger children wear clothing outgrown by older family members. Assigning the man of the house to handy-man chores. Packing a good supply of food in lightweight food chests for long automobile trips. Timing one's telephone calls, when a toll is involved. Attending local motion picture theaters during the week, and avoiding higher Saturday admission prices. Traveling secondary roads and avoiding toll charges. Purchasing modern appliances to make house cleaning easier, and thus eliminating maid service. FIT RIGHT Expensive or inexpensive, a young man's clothes should fit and hang well. KIEFER'S MATERNITY SWIMWEAR Reg. $11.98 and $12.98 Now O lit MATERNITY 'SASSY" SETS Reg. $14.98 Now $ GROUP OF MATERNITY SHORTS KNEE-KNOCKERS and SKIRTS 2 o *5 or $3.00 Each SLEEVELESS MATERNITY TOPS Vo/ues fo $5.98 2 for or $3.75 Each SUMMER Maternity Dresses 7-^9-»12 TODDLER CRAWLER $2-"^3 S'-^^^'f SETS A «^ SfTS '2 DRESSES Todders 1-3 DIAPER SETS $ 2 - *3 2 ^3 These Plus Many Other Sale Bargains! Ml Sales Final Sorry—No Layaways on Sale Merchandise KIEFER'S MATERNITY AND INFANTS WEAR 3322 Washington Ave. West Racine

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