Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 2, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 2, 1952
Page 14
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AH.Pressed Up For Eqster AnnetW taifinon7-daughter.o Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferguson, and BillliS Didt ftttt, ton'irt.Mr/iridvMrs. Dick Pratt, are shown in their new Easter colrtume»'from ; 'Pearl IJefs; Annette Is wearing an outfit by "Miss Individuality" of-white eyelet'embroidery trimmed In blue and * light blue imported broirfelcKh, full circle skirt. Billlo's suit is ef genuine Palm Beach/ elbtti, Wwtr jacket with plain trousers by · Impojrfglnals." "Iwanta" m»d« hla while broadcloth shirt. · NeWest Styles,^Fresh Fabrics Show Off Spririg '52 Prints ' Striking news in Spring fashion* Is the importance of prints i« a wide.r, than ever diversification of styling and fabric.. . : Dresses and suits, of cvciy price ;Mtigc, are available In · wide : choice of Individualized prints; that- offer distinctive om- phasisHo the full skirts and soft,' tlope-shouldcrcd bodices BO predominantly featured for new. teason fashions, Look for "rUstllng" prints wheri choslng Spring dresses or sulti. Silk or rayon surah, taffeta, tal- feta shantung and all kinds ot taffetlzed finishes are magnificently printed. ' . . . · ' Whitewashed grounds arc en- tiling news with black end white, ·ccording to The Silk and Rayon Print Institute, elated to be the ·eison's star. Frosted warp prints ·re high fashion for cocktail or evening dresses, nnd sequins often outline prints in all-over or ·pot sprinklings for glitter. Also high on the "preferred" list are turahi or twill printed in tie motifs or in small abstractions floating In white, black 'or blgh colored grounds, organic* ·Ither nylon or silk, in floraljp«t- terns on mottled or white grounds, textured designs, such as herringbone, on surah or shantung and black- abstractions of all kinds, (pacings and sizes on white, champagne or pastel backgrounds. Girl's Footwear Like Her Mother's ···- Shoes datlgneil for little girls, this spring, offer that Young Miss al fashion-conscious a selection as they do her'Mother. For newest footwear styles, in small sites, place pert emphasis on.the same fashion details featured. for- Mother's shoes, with .colors gay and spring-wise as a rainbow. Dress-up sho^s feature straps In , · multitude' ot perky styles: There are straps that scallop their way acrofs her Instep. There are swing straps and nsymmetrlcal strap*, too. While the soft ballerina type shoe, she looks to, is prettily detailed with single straps or drawstrings. - · ' And, Just like Mother's shoes, her shoes appear in combinations ot leathers, such as mesh and smooth leather. Typical Is black 'patent.with black ^mcsh; smooth .blue -with , bufck or navy rncsh; and .red Jvilh while'mesh. - Co!or«'glcam out In black latent, newest when it Is accented with white. Blur Is featured In smoolh.-lCRthers, Tiright red comes In shoes meant for dress-up as well as p)ay. Gibson Girl Here Again In New Hats Hats, new for Spring, come ready to blend with the entire ensemble. , .For the many costumes with tiny walcts and important sleeves, milliners have emphasized the Glbfon Girl reeling with a wonderful variety of crisp new (tailors. There are large sailors and little sailors In every collodion Crown« are invariably shallow, but brims do all kinds of trlcki so that some hardly look like snllors at all. Some of these flal HtlJe sailors arc meant to be worn i (straight on top of the held and j others are angled to a dangerous ; lilt, but made to slay on by [j decorative' ribbons covered clips or bright bandcaus. Spring bonnets arc brief and feminine, with a Directoirc feel- Ing that makes them perfect for i.'lothcs of the same derivation. These bonnets sit high on.the head and often curve up it the back in a little "duektall" peak. Some bonnets have brinis that arc cut off or folded back in * squared line across the brow, combined with an abbrevlafed crown that is open at the back. Still other bonnets have deep vigor-like brims, like a poke bonnet without « crown. neat* EehMd Thd fashion for pleats is echoed in intricately pleated straw hats, hats with plealed brims and hats '.trimmed with pleated «llk. Ruffle* nrc repeated in rippling brims and the fashion for patent leather accessories Inspires the use of highly lacquered "patent leather «tr(iws." Spring hat materials are excitingly interesting. Two tones of fine mllan-type braid are combined, row on row, in striped effects. Shiny straws are braided to- lether in checkerboard and plaid patterns. Color and texture contrasts arc combined in hut bodies of narrow black velvet ribbons and wide natural straw, chenille crocheted with straw yarn and pale angora yarn sewn on smooth balibunlals. Monotone straws pair dull and shiny straws, smooth and rough braids of cotton fringe and net. Elefsnt ntrnwcloths are woven in delicate pastels, with a thread of Hold or silver to make them shine. Trimmings are important but Unobtrusive, The tiniest flowers are preferred for clusters and (m lands of accent, although sometime* a single perfect rose or.a huge silk poppy in Used In such · way that It icems a part of the hat rather than a trimming. Oilrlet Feathera The soft, airy beauty of curled ostrich feathers makes a surprising debut on straw hats of dramatic size. Fine handwork, such as a lacy embroidery of tiny white bends or a frosty overlay of dewy Iridescent sequins, gives an unmistakable richness to unassuming little hats or shantung and ball- nuntal straws. Veiling, sheer nylon, and chiffon scarves, too, are always a necessary part of the hat's design. Flatters The Face Suited For Spring Little Girls' Delight... Boys' Fancy. EASTER TOGS FROM PEARL LEE'S Pretty as Storybook Pictures In completely' new fabrics, colors from palest pastels to vibrant hues. And the styling! Vou have to see them to appreciate their fresh fashion approach . . . f o r quality and value they cnn't be equaled, "~t "Alfred Leon's" Hand-made Dresses... $4.98 and $5.98 With Slips to match in luscious colors and white. INFANTS SIZES "Miniatures of Dixie/' sizes 1 to 6 . . $4.98 to $5.98 "Individuality Frocks," sizes 3 fo 10, $13.98 to $16.98 "Mildred of California" I !,, Usub-leens $8.98 to $10.98 "Rainbow of NewYorH IS iisub-leens $8.98 to $11,98 "Paramount of New York," 8 to 14, $8.98 fo $10.98 The Authentic Pre-teen Kate Greenaway, 6 months to 14, $1.98 to $7.98 HATS, BAGS and GLOVES TO FINISH THE COSTUME PEARL LEE Children's Wear 27 E. CENTER Hair styles for spring bring a new feeling in fashion In shorter, casier-to-keep styles that flatter the face. Miss Boyce Woolard, University .of Arkansas student from West Memphis,,. i s . shown above with 1 the hair style particularly qtiosen and designed for her by Rita Brewer of the La Rose House of Beauty. Many new shades of blue team up with the soft'blues of Spring costumes.- Tri-color hats occasionally appe'ar, but more often the red, white and blue costiime gets a hat of red accented white or navy with white. : The hat that ''goes everywhere" is -as »pt' to be beige or natural straw, as it it black, white or navy.. Hats .of sunny yellow are surprisingly Versatile and there are many Sprinj-llkc hats in pale lemon, lln.t and orange combinations. Junior's Clothes Look Like Dad's Junior will look like a tiny replica of Daddy, this spring, in trousers, · sweaters, jackets and coats all mimicking the grownups in fabric and styling. The trench coat, complete in all details, including iridescent lining, is warm enough for those "in between" days and ' sturdy enough for a small boy's h a r d wear. Popular too, in spring coats, arc the fly-front water-repellent twills, styled to make sons and fathers look like brothers. Tartans, appear in slccvlcss sweaters with' fabric front and knit back. Sport, shirts, In bright houndstooth checks, splashy tropic prints and. bright solids, fit well with a knitted waistband. Tots just learning to walk won't scrape knees as much with the new overalls that have foam rubber pads slipped into knee pockets. Sheer BeattT Transparent wools art on hand to provide warmth as well as * peek-a-boo touch this Spring. For wool chiffon and "soap bubble" cloth for coats, suits and dresses are all featured by top New York and Paris designers in their Spring collections. 8»ray Awir Prevent moths in upholstered furniture by occasional spraying with moth preventives. Regular and thorough vacuum ckaning and brushing, however, usually avoids moth damage. Mrs. Bonnie Cusack models a . of all-wool sheen gabardine featuring molded hips with the new .pocket effect. The skirt is the newest full flaring type. Her hat is of Milan straw In white with navy velvet trim. Her gloves and blouse are gleaming whit* sheer nylon. The bag is genuine Cordc styled by Weeds. Shoes are Cynthia in navy calf in the. ever popular sandal type. All from the J. C. Penney Company. Easy Ttisl A»rw« New aprons, with the look and feel if satin or. other fabric, are made of plastic that can 'be wipe clean with a damp cloth. Especially designed for kitchen wear while entertaining at home, the new apron styles rang; from permanently-pleated h a l f ' aprons to invisibly boned bib aprons, » Fashlin U. !*. Learn a lesson In geography from new fabrics presented for Spring. Therf 1 r * French wools, Italian silk!, Greek and Effyp- Jllan cotton, Jlalagascar stra'4 cloth, Incjian ftadze, American filk«, denim and cotton, Irish linen and Swiss organdies. Melanin, a . compound which causes dark skin, eyes and hair in human beings, is the same pigment which causes the 'darkness of apples and potatoes when they arc exposed tq air. most of all he'll notice your hair When You Join The Easter Parade This Easter, fashion decrees that your hair peep from under your Easter bonnet in tiny little frills or swept off the face in perfect waves . . . either way the style for you will just suit your new hat and, more important, will be fashioned,in the most be- " coming way for YOU . . . Incidently, if you have a "Pood|e Do" or If you're planning to get one, there are many variations which can be used with that particular hair style. Professional Care Assures Correct Styling Professional Care Means Modern Methods Of 'A Hair Grooming But Moat Of All Professional Care Means Rita's Beauty Salon Phone 3134 La Rose House of Beauty Phone 999 Royal Beauty Shop Phor* 1595 .KEYED TO YOU AND YOUR ll»SET! ·WOOL CHECKS-- ... coming up for Easter the fabric... soft-textured wool the colors pastels and neutrals the tailoring ... cut full and easy rayon satin lined 12.75 r-HANDBAGS* ,jrJ ... Smart pouch or box styles ,.. Eight lovely Spring colors ...New plastics or fabrics for Easter 2.98 us tax ·TINY STRAWS--I ,.. the first Spring flowers . . . ... demure little Easter bonnets. ... trim sailors with tiny posies. caps with swish to the side. ... .delicate straws in pastel or dark. 2.98 I

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