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JOEL AND DORIS
TO EAT MORE
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MISSION PRUNES
2 lb. - Box 25c
Hi-.nt ol Kansas 2.5-1. b. Rag
FLOUR
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MILK
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The Skirt
Takes The
Blouse
Many Blouses
Play A Suit
Accompaniment
Tho sprint' blouse blossoms into
fashion with a tVimninc look pared
down to Ileal lace Ii niuimits. func
tional hues and neckline variety for
all occasions.
The Cibson fiirl look, in its HI411
version promises to be the season'
nretn favorite Unifies, smocking
neckline turns or cravats and lady
i like standniH collars share the
lurn-ol-the centun -cUiiis" in these
easv-to-wear stvle-- of C'elanese
fabrics One Uueb hlouse ot (VI
anese rajon crepe softens the
male heart b borrowing his collar
'ami tie for Val lace-edged femin
ine counterparts
Interest in these blouses is hard
ly centered in hod alunc: the
sleeve conies in for its share.
( whether It be lout; Willi shoulder
or cut! detail, I liree-iinarler, or
short. The blouses which boast lone,
sleeves may have a rulfled cutf to
.match collar trim, turned - up
French ruff to accentuate precise
tailoring, or deep high-bultoned
cuff as foil to the feminized (lib
son cravat. One sinail blouse of
rich t'elanese I'hainaluie crepe in
while shows black crosrain cutis
to match the IVtcr I'an, einbleui
emblaoned collar.
This is a year of yokes: square,
round or suKHcsled, a year nl tucks
and insertions but above all. of
frills without furbelows A wide
three-tier joke, each tier edged in
Val-type lace covers the front of
a hlouse of Celain-se ra on crepe.
More tailored is a mat club-collared
version, in a new rayon
crepe, its deep multi-tucked yoke
bordered in triple trucks.
TiimniinHs however, are baldly
yoke-monopolied Narrow tucks
THIS IS TOPS. MA.'
FRUIT WITH CEREAL?
S. R.
$1.94
29c
! Country
$1.35
29c
15c
$1.19
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25c
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3 Pkg.
25c U for 21c
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PIUNT - TOPPED SKIRT and
print-collared jacket com
bine in a Mil-Jay original
tnnoil for spring.
COW PAYS FOR HIS PAPER
ST. ANTHONY, Idaho (UP
I .oi in Campbell traded one of his
best cows for a year's subscription
to a local weekly newspaper. The
iow had died and Campbell just got
enough for her from an animal
products company to pay his sub
scription. So he handed over the
check to the Teton I'eak-Chrunicle.
march down the center-front of a
blouse of smooth C'elanese crepe.
The tucks are accented by a band
collar, ruffle pleated at front. One
designer shows a hand-embroidered
style in C'elanese Carlisle crepe.
THATS SETTLED, THANKS TO
CM GROCERY CO.
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No. 2i! Can Stokely s Chopped
KRAUT 2 for 25c
10 I.h. Bag
SUGAR 89c
QUALITY
MEATS
Style Pork
SAUSAGE lb. 42c
J All Meat
WEINERS lb. 45c
Fillets of
PERCH lb. 39c
Center Slices Cured
HAM lb. 88c
i Top Western T-Bone
STEAK lb. 79c
VEGETABLES
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APPLES 6 lbs. 49c
Cauliflower, 2 lbs, 29c
SPINACH .... 2 lbs, 23c
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DEMURE rayon taffeta, made
of Avisco yarns, in a formal
with the new padded hips,
by Junior Formals, Inc.
Men Will
Wear More
Town Wear
Dress-Up Look
Is Now Called
For More Often
Men will find that clothes de
signed especially fur town wear
have a mure dresstd-up look than
for some time. Coats, suits and
accessories are all ,styled with a
marked formal note and are detail
ed with artfully subtle fabric pat
terns and tailoring construction.
Guard model coats. Chesterfields
and Iiomburg hats, worn with very
conservative shirts, will be high
fashion notes for urbanites.
In suits there is a tendency to
wards modified square shoulders
and a straight-hanging back. The
extra-full drape is gone. Uotlble
breasted jackets continue to stress
a lo w-waist ed look. 3-button styles
expected to show a great gain in
favor among single-breasted suits.
Jacket sleeves are more notice
ably tapered.
New topcoat styles stress lower
button placement, roomier cut and
the revival of patterned fabrics.
One new model is a roomy rag
lari with a very full skirt and mili
tary collar. These features give
the coat truly casual and sporty
air and make it highly desirable
for comfort in traveling as well as
for general use. Topcoats meant
for tgwn and dress-up wear are
slightly fitted, come in single and
double-breasted models, and Will
be available in wider color ranges
of fine coverts and tweeds.
1948 sports jackets are featuring
single-breasted designs with three
buttons and three patch pockets.
Most of these are very light in
weight and some- are longer than
before, with two rear vents and
slanted pockets. Fancy backs with
shirring and half-belts have been
revived somewhat in the newest
models. Many new colors have
been aded in this field, since men
will accept new color ideas most
readily in their leisure clothes.
Slacks to wear with these also
come in a greater color variety.
These bring new interest with add
ed colors in flannels and feather
weight worsted gabardines. Color
offerings in all sportswear include
bright shades of rust, blue, green
and yellow.
Gabardine emerged in the cur
rent Men's Fashion Guild of New
York offerings as the most import
ant men's fabric of the year. Prom
inently featured in almost every
item of a man's wardrobe, sleek
gabardine has been tailored into
handsome topcoats, suits, leisure
jackets, and slack ensembles, sport
shirts, and swim trunks
SHOE DIAMOND-STUDDED
LEBANON, Pa. (UP) Mrs.
Harry Artz reflected on her hus
band's well-polished shops. "Thou
actually gleam, Hal. especially that
left one." Gleam is right. Lodged
in the sole seam was a diamond,
one that had been lost from an en
gagement ring at a party the couple
attended.
Want Ads
FOR SALE '36 Chevrolet pick-up
truck. May see at Collins store,
corner of Aliens Creek and
Balsam. Mar. 12
FOR SALE Shucks and feed
cane, corn ruff age. Dewey
Francis, Route 1, Waynesville.
Phone 2102. Mar. 12-16
WANTED One or fo good work
horses subject trial, preferably
not over six years old. Must be
cheap. Boiling Hall. tf
HOUSE FOR RKNT 6-room un
furnished house, April 1. Elec
tric stove, electric water heater
and double garage. Jerry Liner,
Lake Junaluska. Mar. 12-16-19
WANTED TO RENT 3 or 4 room
apartment. Write Mrs. Ellen
Womack, Waynesville.
Mar. 12-lfr-lf
Brighter Color And Greater
Comfort Keynote Men's Wear
Bright color is invading the
male wardobe on an ever growing
scale, Even functional sportswear,
long confined to the duller end of
the spectrum, is surrendering to
the influence of sunny colors. A
pioneer in this trend is the noted
sports apparel houe of Berkray,
now Introducing a poplin casual
jacket in pastel tones. When it
comes to leisure wiar, men are
likely to out-do women in the gai
ety of their ensebles.
A trend toward more comfort is
another keynote of the Spring
style picture, dramatically illus
trated by the ingenious Daks
trouser. Tailored by Britain's fam
ous S. Simpson Ltd., Daks com
pletely do away with the need for
a belt. The secret is in the snug
elastic waistband which conceals
five sponge rubber pads. Result:
slacks stay up and shirt stays down,
without benefit of belt or suspend
ers, even when you take those
mighty swings at the goli' ball
Clever of these British.
Use Want Ads for quick sales.
No One Beats RAIFFS At
With Kaster fast
Haiff 's offer Special
To1
JCrj
?tt3 selections . . . see the values
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100 Vool
In classic and fancy styles;
brown and pastels
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FOR "DANCING STARS" sat
in striped bare shoulder bal
let length frock perfumed
with Danseuse Etoile in the
Deeas manner.
In 1945-46. the United States
exported a total of 16,700,000 tons
of goods, more than 11,600,000 go
ing to Europe.
approaching . . . every
NEEDS THE MUST .
aster Values
LOOK throutrh our enlarged departments . . . see the
uui'uui
SPECIAL JUST IN
The New Shortie Coat
$g.98
White and Colors All Wbol
Our New 'Rain or Shine"
COAT
IT'S WATERPROOFED
In the desirable boy coat style;
beautifully tailored; in 100
wool covert gabardine; gray,
blue, aqua, brown, COQ Qft
black. Raiff's Specialc'170
Worth Double Our Price!
Gabardine
black,
.
100 - Wool
Covert Gabarine Suits
All the new styles to choose from in
a beautiful pastels
SI 9.98
and dark shades
Rayon Gabardine
nj In all the new styles, all pastel colors
tj and dark gf
shades JL
Others From $9.98 Up
HATS
For Old and Young
Any Headsize
If you don't buy your Hats at Raiff's
you're missing real values! Raiff's
prices
$1-98 , $3-98
FIRST METHODIST Cut i( ,(
R. L. Young, Pasini
Sunday School at 10 am
Morning worship at ii ,a,,.L
The pastor's theme, "A stl J ",
Shar". This service will h
EXEtTOTRlJt AlSfD EXECI'Tohv
NOTICE
Having qualified as ex,,llln.
and executor, respectively m
sstate of W. L. Kirkpatrick. i -lU. Jj
Haywood -county, -North V:,n,m
this is to notify all persm,, iw'
lng claims against the si:,u. yi
said deceased to exhibit them :u
undersigned at Waynesville. urth
Carolina, on or before the i rut, ta.
J . ur t II IS Untie,. I
will be pleaded in bar of iiin, rt.i
covery. All persons, firms u ,,.
poratjons Indebted to said ,siate
are hereby notified to niak.- imj
mediate . payment and setn, i,iem
This the 13th day of Fchiuarv'i
1948. .
Ellie J. Kirkpatrick, I
Executrix, ami '
Orvllle Y. Kirkpatriek.
Executur,
of the estate of W. L. Kirkpatrk-k
deceased.
No. 1703 Feb. 13-20-27, Mar 5-12-19 1
Holding Down M
woman wants the most for lie
. . and as usual...
. . . THEN YOU BK
All Wool
GABARDINE
COATS
Beautifully tailored; 100'. wool:
sizes 12. See them elsewlicrt
(to $55.00;
Raiff's price
$39.98
Suils
Gabardine
$29.98
lOOr Wool
SPECIAL
Suits
Special Sale Ot:
FashionaM
There's no other stoif
like Raiff's for Blous
es! Tailored and la
trimmed; .-.filing el
where at
Raiff's
Price
$3.98
Others at
$2-98
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