Vernonia eagle. (Vernonia, Or.) 1922-1974, November 15, 1935, Image 2

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    VERNONIA EAGLE, VERNONIA, OREGON
These Old Styles Remain
Popular for Fall Season
A few style Items from the past
have been found so practical and
becoming they're continued over this
season. They are: 1. High crowne-1
hats. 2. Shoulder width. 3. Shirt­
waist type dresses. 4. Norma)
waistline. 5. Tunics. 6. Twin sweat­
er sets. 7. Cowl necklines. And
Anally (8), back surplice on evening
gowns from several seasons back.
Evening Silhouette Goes Classic
By CHERIE NICHOLAS
Don’t
Guess But
Know
Whether the “Pain”
Remedy You Use
is SAFE?
Bayer Aspirin
LITTLE MISS MUFFET
SITS ON A TUFFET . . .
AND SAYS "I WANT NO WHEY I"
I'VE OOT MY TUMS
IF SOUR STOMACH COMES . . .
I'Ll EAT MY Fill, TODAY I"
"YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN"
SO... CARRY...TUMS
PEOPLE everywhere are surprising their
1 friends by eating focxis they have long avoid­
ed by carrying a roll of Turns right in their
|xx"ket Millions have learned this quick, safe
way to eliminate heart bum. sour stomach, gas,
acid indigestion in this pleasant way. TUMS
represent a real scientific advancement. They
contain no harsh alkalies. Instead a remarkable
antacid that never does more than neutralize
stomach acid. No danger of over*alkalizing the
stomach or blood. The custom of carrying a
roll of TUNIS in your pocket will save many a
day for you. They’re so economical—only 10c
a roll—ask any druggist.
FOR THE TUMMY
TU
TUMS ARE
ANTACID.. .
NOT A LAXATIVE
g- OC* E*a Hïï werk - at.your druggist's—Heau-
■ fiCC. tl fui 5 Color 1U35-1936 Calendar Thrr-
mometer with the purrhai«» of a I Oc roll of Tum«
or a -jAc box of NR ( The All Vegetable 1 axatlve.)
DIDN’T GET AROUND MUCH
In the course of an argument, a
Canadian Informed an Englishman
Paris’ latest make-up Is a rouge that the Inhabitants of the Old Conn
try were too reserved. “Oh, non­
heart on each cheek.
Paris is going In strong for black sense,” replied the Englishman.
“Why, years ago, when 1 was in the
and red combinations.
Something new In fur wraps Is Cambridge ’eight,’ I knew all the oth
er fellows quite well . . . that is.
a sleeveless one of seal.
Dresses which hook up the back all excepting one, and he was awa.v
up In the bow.”—Boston Evening
have appeared In London.
Capes for the sports mode reach Transcript.
all lengths from hip to hem.
Elegant women are wearing dla
dems with their, evening gowns.
The new shoes are distinguished
by charming and dainty touches.
A three-lnch belt of bright red
suede Is smart as a color note to
a dark dress.
Black remains a fashionable
color; It is flattering to the blond
and the redhead.
Square buttons covered with the
dress fabric or in metal are much
used ns trimming.
Schiaparelli is making a new
knitted dress for sports with an
attached hood which can be worn
either as a collar or head covering.
For tiny sons graduating to their
first suits, “knltteds" are ns fnsh-
lonnble and practical as for grown
Just do what hospitals do, and the
ups.
Glamor Is the keynote of the fall doctors insist on. Use a good liquid
laxative, and aid Nature to restore
and winter fabrics recently dis
clocklike regularity without strain or
played at Paris openings.
ill effect.
It always works
Don’t Entrust Your
Own or Your Family’s
Well - Being to Unknown
Preparations
’T’HE person to ask whether the
* preparation you or your family
are taking for the relief of headaches
Is SAFE to use regularly is your
family doctor. Ask him particularly
about Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN.
He will tell you that before the
discovery of Bayer Aspirin most
“pain” remedies were advised
against by physicians as bad for the
stomach and, often, for the heart.
Which is food for thought if you
aeek quick, safe relief.
Scientists rate Bayer Aspirin
among the fastest methods yet dis­
covered for the relief of headaches
and the pains of rheumatism, neu­
ritis and neuralgia. And the experi­
ence of millions of users has proved
it safe for the average person to use
regularly. In your own interest re­
member this.
You can get Genuine Bayer
Aspirin at any drug store — simply
by asking for it by its full name,
BAYER ASPIRIN. Make it a
point to do this — and see that you
get what you want.
STYLE HINTS
FUR BLOUSE IS NEW
WRINKLE IN STYLE
coming winter social season, go on
parade, ono Is forcibly reminded of
art and sculpture, of the paintings
of old masters or of figures in class
lc drapes and pleats sculptured In
marble or colorfully frescoing an
clent palaces and cathedrals of an­
cient Home.
It is In these new fashions for
formal occasion which are to grace
opera and ballroom and smart func­
tions galore, as if Italian saints
were descending from old-master
paintings, in flowing robes of rich
velvets that are girdled and jew­
eled In dazzling splendor. Then
again It would seem as if Greek
goddesses were stepping down from
marble pedestals in garments that
are draped and pleated along sculp-
turesque lines of grace and beauty.
And again oriental princesses clad
In harem-skirted costumes with soft­
ly draped and richly bejeweled
blouses seem to have come to life
In array of gorgeous SDlendor.
The soft crepes, the supple su­
perb velvets, the tlssue-llke glamor­
ous gold and silver cloths, the di­
aphanous cblfTons and dainty silk
sheers, all lend themselves beguil-
Ingly to the present movement in
costume design which calls for float­
ing scarfs, huge wing sleeves, and
fluttering side pleatings that go
all the way around the skirt or
are captured In cascades of ex­
ceeding grace.
At all times In these classic
gowns the feellug of simplicity Is
maintained, even though a re­
splendent note be sounded In rich­
ly Jeweled girdles or golden sand­
als er sumptuous costume jewelry.
See the group of evening gowns
that are herewith illustrated and
be convinced that the very love­
liest after-dark fashions are play­
ing tip sophisticated yet classic sim­
plicity to the nth degree of per­
fection.
The eye-impelling gown to the
left which so unmistakably be­
speaks inspiration of the Italian ren-
nalssance is a Jeanne Lanvin cre­
ation. This glamorous robe Is of
magenta crepe. Its rich beautiful
tone matching up to the dark V1 I
brant coloring in old master paint­
ings. It is full, falling in gener­
ous folds starting from massed shir­
rings. The wide girdle and armlets
are of cutout gold kid. The rich
magenta coloring of this dress
speaks eloquently of the present
color trend, which stresses the rare­
ly beautiful dark reds and purples
and greens that have come down to
us through the ages via Italian art.
Hammered silver cloth fashions
the adorable gown centered In the
group. The glittering fabric falls
with exquisite grace from the gath­
ered waistline and Is draped in a
harem hemline. The wide belt
worked In multi-colored jewels is
a climaxing touch of artistry. Sil-
ver sandals are worn. The grace­
ful wrap which this sliver-gowned
lady has In her band Is of royal
blue velvet. It is fashioned with
a surplice that ties at the back.
To the right In the picture, sculp-
ture-llke draping distinguishes a
Grecian gown of classic beauty and
simplicity. Sheer gray silk that
looks like wool is edged with em­
broidered bands worked In coral,
gold and turquoise beads.
Style notes which tune in to the
classic trend tell of low-heeled Gre­
cian sandals such as the smart Pari­
sienne takes delight In wearing.
The sari scarf is another Item of
Interest. It is of tissue metal-sbot
weaves.
© Western Newspaper Union
Cleanse
Internally
The fur blouse is a new wrinkle
in the fashion picture.
They’ve used fur for everything
else this season, from coat sleeves
to hats, and now the fur blouse
emerges as a swish accessory for
the velvet cocktail suit.
It’s done In white galyak, with
a black velvet ascot and belt. The
blouse Is a brief peplum style, with
short sleeves and a yoke. Matching
it beautifully is a white galyak top­
coat, with breast pockets and a belt,
and a little Cossack turban of
matching fur.
Nothing could be more effective
for those In-between occasions
when you can’t wear formal eve
ning clothes, but still want a slight­
ly dressy costume.
The fur vest, of black galyak, also
is seen with some of the season’s
newest suits. It’s effective with
suits in the new renaissance tones
of wine and green, with matching
black accessories.
Quick, Complete
Pleasant
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your body to rid itself of the waste mat­
ters that cause acidity, gas, headaches,
bloated feelings and a dozen other dis­
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To make them move quickly, pleas­
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thoroughly in accordance with the direc­
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