Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 197, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 2, 1928 Page: 2 of 11
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BRIDES GO JOURNEYING
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Bac/? in Your Own Back Yard
fRENl COSYRIS is supposed to be
the oldest woman In the world.
She is 112 and lives in the little
Greek village of Magalopolis She
was bom #hen Napoleon’s career
was ending. . J - ' !
Is where you’ll find the finest line of under-
wear in America—if it comes from here.
Castles in Spain in comfort—plus a rainbow of
hues that will make any man happy under-
neath and all over. ’
Gym Shirts and Shorts.......65c to $1.50
Fin* Unions'V.......75c to $3.00
Pajamas .. ^ i. .. .;..... . $2.25 to $12.50
Phoenix Silk Sox . ..,........50c to $1.50
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Pay us a visit of inspection and selection—to-
night after supper is a good time to shop, t
new YORK —Bis city life is al-
together too strenuous for John E.
Estbert, native of Wisconsin Af-
ter spending a quiet evening at a
1 movie, he was held tip by a tax!
[driver and put out In a strange
part of town. Two young wags
ito Whom he appealed, told him to
turn the handle on one of New
York’s firs alarm boxes. Esttoert
turned It so frantically that he was
soon besieged by four hose com-
panies, two hook and ladder trucks.
! a water tower, fa gas and electric
truck < and numerous po-
1M—H |1'n r>la* hack to Wis-
coutn.” said he. .
& yeti'/ swindle or some, wtip
Tiny crystal buttons, sewed on
with flashy red blue and yellow
thread, make a flower design oft a
white silk faille frock. The belt la
stitched in the three colors. _
grace few silks possess. The blour-c
ha* a mast unusual cut a pointed
yoke on the back and .right side of
the front and a flaring jabot ex-
tending from the front V over a
plain left front
tt has the same rippling Jabots
running up the outside of the frock's
cuffs A stitched and buckled belt
of the faille holds the fulness into a
The skirt has the new mixed
pleating- a few inches of accordian
pleating, two big box-pleat*, and a
BY HENRI BENDEL
1WEW YORK—The June bride Is
^ by no means through with her
-esponsibillty when she finally de-
cides on what her wedding gown will
FOR 1h£ UNA CAPTMi
sri. just the right outfit for
the weddthg journey is often quite
as hard. And espec.uliy this season
when there is such a diversity of
styles, materials and colors
I suggest that the bride keep her
outfit bridal looking. The old day-
when bratal couples were pictured
as holding hands under a book they
pretended to read but held upside
down have gone.
otf tuts otO toe amoving. ref?
That schooner , confound you*
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Over this, matching In color. Is a
summfr cheviot coat of the new
flaring mode that Is cut with raglan
sleeves and a Chinese collar. Pine
slot seaming fives s beautifully
tailored touch to the cuffs, the front
panel, the back and the pockets. It
fastens only at the throat, wish a
-silken loop'and two buttons.
The Reboux hat maichet. this
and w lih them
the possibility that someone might
guess that the couple u newly mar-
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light of color, becoming, ana
smartly useful are the three requi-
sites that I should name for the
• An ensemble is a good choice for
summer. It one gets the coat long
enough' it will suffice for afternoon
wear over frocks. The ensemble that
combines silk wtth one of the new
featherweight woolens .such as aa«
pertc or wool georgette. U perhaps
the best choice
Around this ensemble a whole
outfit can be built. Different' frocks,
blending with the coat, give variety.
And using a sports two piece suit
under 1^. would change It from tlic
dressy to the sportive type.
For Sports Wear
Especially if one’s honeymoon
; lakes her to the beach will this type
of costume prove a wise choice. She
can use it as it Is for the board-
walk or promenade, change tt with
a snappy sports suit for the gch
’.inks and wear the dress without the
coat for bridge on the country club
I show today one in a new color-
burnt maixe. The two-piece frock V
of silk faille, that slinky, shimmer-
ing material that has an inherent worn.
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White, James C. Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 197, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 2, 1928, newspaper, June 2, 1928; Brownwood, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1128223/m1/2/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Brownwood Public Library.