SPRING FASHION SECTION OF THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEEK
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Everyday Beauty Aids Sing An Ode To Springtime
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THREE ROWS or D. G. E.
Oritfinaies eilded pla.stic
ball buttons to make a yard-and-a-half
of veiling a fdam
establish the silk industry in the
position it held before Pearl Har-
hor There is no doubt that silk
'is on its way back. Pure silk in
solids and prints, silk shantung,
jailk taffeta and silk satin are once
j again appearing in designers' col
i lections in street dresses, suits
cocktail dresses and ball gowns.
Vibrant colors can he achieved in
silk because of the line, lustrous
fiber. The very feel of silk is a
luxury in itself, yet the fact thai
silk can be easily laundered is
appealing to those who prefer lo
preserve the freshness of a Rai
ment by personal laundering Ccu
turiers praise the draping j i .- li
ties. of silk which lends itself to
soft or bulky pout's with equal
grace of line. Durability is another
After your crystal candelabra
and fine glassware have been thor
oughly washed and rinsed, try
dipping it in witch hazel for an
fAll laced up" till you've scarcely " any
in a cinch corselet " of 'waffle pique
elet (this proved a fabulous success for
J'hy not for you!). And "YippF'-yards
ou9 rayon fabric for your dress. lt$ a,
ijnfcrwninav y orbUck.9-1 5.
inn c rV
yaynesville, N. C.
Flora And Fauna,
Fragile, feminiiw hats designed
fo make th plainest Jane look
pretty are the perfect coinplemeiit
J to the already firmly-established
look'' of Fashion 1948. With snug
bodices, short-and-simple hairdos
and softer, longer skirts, designers
prescribe demure little bonnets,
sailors and cloches for women of
all ages. But especially for post
Kaster afternoons and evenings,
there is a nostalgic return to the
frankly beautiful picture hat that
so effectively balances the lull,
The subtle difference between
the small, flowered hat of '.lie new
season and those seen earlier is its
forward-moving line. Clowns con
tinue to fit comfortably to the
head and brims are narrower at
the sides but extending forward
from just above the hairline. At
the nape, the brim is either turned
up Wutteau-lashion or cut away
The profile-flattering side tilt in
bi-nnets, toques and pillboxes is
high on the hit parade of popular
priced hat fashions and will un
doubtedly continue through the
summer months. Hut even in their
softly rippling picture hats, most
of the name designers prefer the
simple, straightforward pose of the
head-tit ting round crown.
The dowers and the flower -toned
ribbons, straws, felts and
veilings of this Easter season are
exquisite. Pastels are beguiling.
They may be deep-toned or the
most delicate tints. Pinks, mnuves,
orchid and periwinkle blues are
marvelously lovely and many bon
nets are trimmed whh silk roses,
fragile lilac blossoms, honeysuckle
and lilies of the valley. Apricot,
buttercup, jonquil and tangerine
are among the soft sunny shades
that also look wonderful with
spring navy, grey and black cos
tumes, as well as with harmonizing
Sailors, worn on the hairline
PINK RIBBONS on her hat, by Laddie Northridee. Pink
Ribbon-Naylon's newest shade- on hei lips and nail:;; (left)
Soft lavender straw, garlanded with lilacs and emeralds
loops in Sally Victor bonnet; (fieht).
IN THE MORRORED CLOSEUP, )ink tiuartz cvenim; combs
for formal evening hair ornamentation, and on the lady's
lips Lentheric's-new Confetti Pink lipstick.
rather than on the back of the
head, may be simply tailored oi
dowered and feminine. Veils and
scarves increase the softly femin
ine charm of hat silhouettes.
Dainty laces are used on straws or
to make entire hats, as are petti
coal rufl'les of embroidery or lacy
Godey s Ladies nook never had
more bonnets and their look of
young innocence is enchanting.
There are scoop bonnets, bonnet-
Suits of Today
Worsteds and Coverts
New Spring Colors
$29.95 to $49.95
Waynesville, N. C.
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THE CAPE CORSET by Cri
terion trims the waistline to
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c,iten chi-iked lalTcla.
A I It LINK STi:W AHDKSSIS
MM) NO I. RAP YKAH
SKATTKK HJI'i Denisp Uyan.
supervisor of stewardesses lur
Nurllmist Air Lines, said slew
anlesses of the line are trading
their r-xciling jobs for Irips In Hie
allar nearly as often as I hey did
during the war.
Miss liyan said of a total ol fi-t
sky girls in the line's wclern re
gion, 14 were married or announc ed
engagements within the past M
During the past year, Unili'd An
Lines stewardesses were tripped In
Dan Cupid, too. with 20 of them re
signing to marry.
Western Air Lines stewardessi-i
have showed reluctance to give up
their jobs for marriage, while VVesi
Coast Air Lins isn't bothered b
the matter. They employ men
Fl'FL SHORTAGE SOLVED
VIDALIA, Ga. it.'Pi Vidalia
residents hav found a new use for
corn cobs When fuel supplies be
came exhausted during a cold spell.
Hugh Thompson, milling company
executive, turned a hill of cobs
over to chilly residents. Everyone
reported hot fires and little smoke.
sailors, bonnets with pleated brims,
bonnets with scalloned or ruffled
brims, bonnets wilh brims faced
in flowers, fabric or velvet Bonnets
often fie on with ribbon streamers
or yard of sheer illusion or flutter
their ribbons down the back.
THE MATERNITY TOMMIE-
t'OAT for hospital lonnt'ine
and ever-after eointort. The
Mvsticollar vanishes at the
hack. A match iti c lian-rib-bnn's
A barrel uf iiuilei f-i ound oil can
have as mm II as l.dOll l ubie feel
uf gas dissolved in it.
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Mown and lace cap deraimed , ,,,,, t, ,,,,!,.,! straw roll
by Then Tewi, for tin- vorv i-r. I'h.n.. 1 1 m . i Charm Maea
Ih'path ol Sprine,. an . l:i i;:.
With Shoes From
S si Airy i
Assure The Kiddies That
WHEN YOU WEAR
Here are the shoes youngsters
are proud to wear!
Straps, tie and oxfords with an air
of sophistication tor girU ... He-mannish'
wing-tips and other patterns for
hoys... Made of finest materials over
lasts that assure comfort and a per
fect fit . , .They're 7Vet4etfftt(, too.
Made nl line I materials . . . over
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