Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 2, 1952 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 2, 1952
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New Patterns Get Novel Handling S .1 :';:'· A-Ki'/ii··.V · · ···:v-^ '·- ··';.^ : .-i^S-. '£..'. ... ~CJ ^^^"·^^·^^·""TMTM«ssstaassi«BaBBB»Baaaa«a«»aial Springtime Prints- YORK-(HIA)~Tbe place of prlntt In spring fathlon ii lea Important on*,- Though print* CM tbiwit bt regarded ·» hardy perennials, these (or IMl «M · MW handling that marks tb*m « Vtry different from toot* o other Generally, the spring print it ·til, DM! and 'wMiatd. It'i · Mylikt pattern, « compkMHnt to tont oott that topi tt. But, ptTJttt AOM- IHM00MI IWJ^» It la unrelated to the wild priett l*f : ht rut, mt K -to attractive. BT OAILI DUGA8 NEA WMMI'I Hltw ·, \ t · . * " ' , . Colon »(··'· coordinated, ri ot cl»h«d. Thui, taupe, (ray, black, and white may be combined In a pattern that's fairly large but that gels an harmonloui effect. A pur* tilk shantung afternoon drtai (right) by Eisenberg hat a beige background for a, tiny,'navy whirlpool Mattered print, Cardigan front runt from neck to hemline and li edged In the aame navy blue shantung UHd for the cap sleeves, A full tkirt It given a imooth hlpllne through UM of pin- tuck pleats, ' . . - ' , . . Larger print (left) appears In a ' coat-and-dreit ensemble from thli tame house. Here, pure iilk li printed In taupe, gray, black, and white. Dress hai ihort ileevet and square neckline with bow at one tide. Skirt is straight: ' : Matching coat has roll collar and three-quarter aleevet. It'i ' completely lined In taupe changeable taffeta and horsehair. Ttu very full skirt hat stitched pleati fShoes Accent fGool Comfort, \ Lighter Weight : Shoes, featured for men, thli tiprinf place emphails on light- S *r weight comfort and simplicity £ erf "styling. . ' · --':·:·' .," . - ; | Dnts shoes appear with' ligMet *thaa ever aoles and are called :"fa»therwelghU." | lolft, Informal ihoct Uke on fwrw appeal with foam, erepe- 'trp* sola*. They are available In · lined and unlined soft, glove; like leathers with "spineless" de- taign, without counteri or to* box| t»f. in casual styles tanging from moccaiins to slip-one and tics. Such new designs, at the Envelope Fold, that hat a . smooth unieamed look from toe to tongue; the Tobacco Pouch* on hand with a variety of. solet and detailed with a drawttrlng around, the plug; and the Tassel Oxford, a sophisticated version of the classic moecatln, place their styling; accent on comfort and · simplicity, Leather:, too, emphasize cool comfort. For this season, mesh Is much in evidence combined with smooth leathers. Soft, brushed leather! and leathers with reptile prints, like simulated ostrich grains, are alto abundant. And for warmer weather days, there are many all fabric shoes to be had, tuch at llnent and denims, .at well at fabrics combined with leathers. Unusual styling details presented for Spring Include colored wcltlngs, often matched by the lacing, and brushed leather laced oxfords In bright colors or contrasting tones, such as crenm beige with brown, grey with black or even red with maroon trim. His Gloves Light In Weight, Color Lighter weights, lighter colors and new style details are the keynotes of men's gloves designed for Spring, '52, Airy weight caposklns, soft suedes and leather and nylon combinations carry out the emphasis on lightweight gloves for Spring. These are featured In Fashion-Wise Traveler. A study is sophisticated contrasts i this suit, featured for Easter by Silverman's. Fashioned in a new nbric, · Mouchetana, which looks ike linen, feels like shantung-, nd is better than either. Styled by 3nss of New York, this creation ias conforming lines, with bewitching petal collar, and cut- way jacket opening to combine he smartest styling with becom- ng simplicity. iuch light-mannered tones as ;rcy, leather shades, sand, rust nd navy. Bold stitching, deep stitched icms, whip stitching, side vents nd side walls offer many Spring 52 gloves eye-catching new style ffects. Flattererl Perfect companion to new fitted oats is the corset figure dress. Some television stations use Doards that display the script of he act being shown so that actors an «oe them, but the audience annot. · The newest and prettiest way to go tepping at Easter... LIFESTRIDE Wheat Math, Tan Calf Trim 11.15 ... in shoes from . . . Exciting Designs Fill^ Wearable clothes designed in simple and natural lines mark these '.Paris fashions from the Spring, 1952, collections. The long trata templed with a short front hem is typical (left) of the evening igewns from Castlllo-Lanvin. This is in black organdy embroidered fin pink dots and sequins. Jean Desses makes news (left center) with his,changeable -taffeta ovehkirt. It converts tram daytime wear, shown here, lo a dinnet dress ky twitching arouad the panel and removing the jacket. The result (right center )ls a ·ramatic dress In white organdy. A huge ruffled boa (right) is worn with a red chiffon evening .gown from CMtillo-lanvin. Hurt's» stlfkt tttlavj Fashion Says Every Length For '52 Coats Coats go to all lengths, .this Spring, with new fashion emphasis placed on!the.tiny, walstThigh topper and the full length princess coat. Blown-up sleeves, sparkling new colors and richly-textured fabrics provide newest coats with their own fashion scoop. Take sleeves, for example, whether the coat is a shrug-typs briefer or reaches to the hem, its silhouette is accented by the exaggerated size of the sleeve. For there are batwlng, large lantern, balloon, cape, bell, turn-back and sleeves Mousing from the waistline on hand this season. Full Sleeves Every sleeve type is full, In a manner suggesting turn of the Century fashions. And every sleeve, in this full design, is usually combined with dropped shoulder scams, welt details across the bodice and back, -or diamond and square-cut armholes. Typical shrug coat, or waist- length topper, featuring the over size sleeve is one of pastel fleeci It is styled with sloped shoulder just below the elbow batwin sleeves. And it is detailed with small bead-embroidered collar. Typical, full-length 'coat sty! with outstanding sleeve 1 treai ment, is a sleeveless coat with th upper arms covered by the cap top of the coat. The coat appear in a.rough-textured wooland : cinched in at the waist by a self belt. Prineess Favored The full-length princess coa predicted to be the coat favorite ir this length for Spring, in man instances, is designed with a fig ure-hugging bodice and a fu skirt. One example is a snug top whirl-skirted princc:s coat of gre flannel with a deep cape colla covering the rounded shouldei and also serving to provide eye ap peal to the slim sleeves. Loose full-length coats, greatl; in evidence this Spring, are fash loned with carefully controlled all-around flare. This type of coa 1 in a cashmere, may appear with full-blown three-quarter push-uj sleeves.' Keep ·» wltt tM naise tmt Ike Tlsaes VMANVILLE: 8 WIVES, EYES 9TH if No. I, Florence No. J, Loin Me- Huber, shmn Coin. She'll still No. 3, Aronne Taylor, Follies In 1SS2. Shr got getting tl»,tM licauly. Thry »·«! in IBS). He was fl*,!W. a year. . hrr third, dm. Shu got $lM,tM. No. 4, Actrcm Marcelle Edward*. \ 0 . 5, showgirl Bonlla look thp VOH» with him In 18SS. hi IU4I. She was SI, he was 47. She got a $JOO,000 settlement, when It ended the got tJO.Mt. No. «, Billy Boie, taM "I d«" In No. 1. Sunny Alnsworth, was enly IDI2 uhrn itte «i« only it yean IB when she fell under the spell old. IMtorre wllkmrnl: notalii;. In 1943. I'artlfti; tost klm |IS,«W. No. » wan ami Mill It fleortlatiM Rnlh whh, night rink Mngerwk* Cini|ibi II, tf when Ihry wew wH jlvn agr M "well lute the I**," In IHIS. She wanln $500,00*. ftaM I, Manvlllr'a target for No. *. Its) ·UHvllk. "I jimt don't have that d.'wrlhr* hrr at "a wrnnaii ma* kind ot money any more." ' lurr I* both mind aM kwly.' WHATIVN TOU IMINK ol a guy who's married to an tightn wife and haa hie tys on a ninth, you can't say nt'a a quitter. Tommy MaavliM'a aivorct KttMmtnu coat around 11,000,000 of nit atbnto* inhtrttanca, aM M laaMcatti ht't Mguutln| lo f eel Ue autca. Mara ka'a akawii with - M Uaw at mrrtof*. -. " Handy Wallets Now On Hand Convenience is tops in men's wallets. They are. ample in size and outstanding., in versatility Removable card or photo '. cases, check books and inner-folds add to the appeal of these masculine accessories, but not to their bulk. Even with new innovations they have been whittled down to streamlined proportions and fold remarkably flat under a heavy load. Some of the more completely organized wallets feature a removable leather photo caret case, which can be interchanged with any standard checkbook. Some contain a special flap in the bill compartment which fonm · te- cret pocket for billt ol larger denominations or private papers. For the man who likes to keep his bills, papers and change all together, there are a variety of wallets, in many leathers, .which carry ample expanding coin ' purses with plenty of room, for change. An unusual one contains a.partition in the bill compartment for better organization of · the contents, plus two deep utility pockets. A leather card case is enclosed in one, while the other new wallet o f f e r i n g contains double vision windows for iden-. tification or photos. It is estimated that America has about a 1,150,000,000 acres, of farm land, an increase of about 95 million acres since 1935. TAILORED BY Wonder of wonders, a cotton cord suit that rtayi wTJ!" cul? h w That '' b «« use th * '«bric It Wrlnkl-Shed. Wear it or pack it ... wrinkles breeze away on the hanger; soil bounces off the surface. Back home again, it's a joy to wash, needs no starch to keep it tpanking-crlsp. It's Wrlnkl- Shed, fabulous traveler, made only by Dan Riv«r. 22.50 At thit price you'll want two. "Oht of Arkonsoi' Pint Storts" t

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