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A PEEP REBIND THE SCENES AT FASHIONS
WBKH WILL BE POPULAR FOR SPRING WEAR
flBBrinm Designers Use American Fabrics in a
Notable Display of the Newest Fashion Devel
For Spring.
Written specially for The News
By Emma Flo Wilson
Thru Autocaster Service
York, Fab. 9, 1926.—Even If one had not contemplated the im
ntaettoa and purchase of new Spring clothes, the clever woman
abreast with the fashions now being presented for Spring and
_ wear. Many women devote February and March to choosing
Mkhg their Spring and Summer clothes, snd because of the advanced
_shows for the benefit of those who go to winter resorts, it is not
at «■ dflcolt to make costumes now that will be exactly right when the
ot wear them.
Vkat the well dressed American
sriB wear this Spring and Sum
anthoritively decreed at the
I Farbic and Fashion Show
r ecently in New York. The pur
off this exhibit was primarily to
the superiority of American
meterials and fashions. That
the new Spring styles will leave noth
in be desired—in color, fabric
design —was proven very conclua
JLB the newest fashion developments
presented in a manner which
I wm doubt that American-made
and fashions are unsur
There were 160 models pres
mode for every style—from
pMihfal miss to the more m>
Coefames Instead of Gown
As noticeable absence of after
Etudes would lead one to assume
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afternoon gown. Most of
are slightly flared.
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shown was the numerous fleeting
panels. One was never quite sure
when or where one of the floating
lengths would appear next. Some
times they are suspended from the
shoulders—either at the front or
back—and at other times they appear
at the hip line. However, they are
shown as an addition to the straight
lines, and do not in any way tend to
obliterate the simple boyish lines of
last year. New and feminine touches
greatly enhance the charm of simple,
boyish models.
To be really smart, the sport cos
tume, which is absolutely indispens
able to the well-dressed woman's
wardrobe, must be of utmost simplic
ity of line and of impeachable cut
and finish. One of the most detec
table differences between the sport
costume of last Spring and this is
the absence of the brightly colored
sweater of last Spring. Instead, gay
tittle blouses or jumpers which fit
snugly—frequently with a high col
lar—are being shown.
Worsted aad Cashmere Rule
Sport Models
The number of sport models pre
sented in the lightweight worsted and
nof' cashmere materials, both dresses
ar J coats, would indicate that they
will lead the mode in sport materials.
The most distinguishing ehsraeteris
{tic of the sport models shown was the
excellent quality and the fine texture
of the materials used—all American
made.
There are new color treatments—
not found in last Spring costumes. The
colors are soft and harmonious, how
ever, and may be worn without fear
by those women who must choose their
hues with care.
The Ensemble Costume was pre
sented in several very interesting
models. One mode) shown is devel
oped of white Joseena. The dress is
made of yellow faillie and is trimmed
with an applique design of the white
Joseena. The coat is trimmed with
fox at the bottom and at the cuffs,
which greatly heightens to advantage
the effect of lightness and gayety.
Suspended from the shoulders quite
unexpected are panels of the yellow
faille.
Another Ensemble Costume is de
signed of Moonstone Serapheem Ot
toman. The bottom of the coat is
banded with two-tone platinum fox.
(The frock is of henna and grey Frost
krepe. It is lavishly embrodered with
contrasting colors. The belt, tied at
the front, is a decideldy new treat
ment.
One of the coats, designed partic
I ularly for those who delight in rather
binare models, is developed of White
Jeweltone. It is trimmed at the bot
tom with a very wide band of Black
Monkey fur. It is a strikingly indi
vidual model, and Paria could do no
better.
The Street Coat Will be Popular
' The street coat which will prove
most popular from a standpoint of
practicality is developed of Moon
stone Joseena. It is a wrappy, elegant
model, with a fur collar of Fox. The
one large pocket is beautifully em
broidered in gaily colored wool.
For the miss who is looking for
something every different from the
usual straight-line boyish frock, there
{ is a street frock of Commander Blue.
I It has a simulated Eton jacket over
I waist-cat of white pique. Two rows
of tiny gold buttons down the front of
the white pique waist-coat gives it
j novel touch. The scalloped edges of
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Amber Helio Charmen. It. has an in
set vest and cuffs of Frotkrepe in a
paler shade. The cuff, «re shirred to
fit snugly around the wrist. At first
glance it ha. the appearance of an
ensemble costume. It is, however,
merely a new version of the tunic
which was so popular all winter. The
slightly circular effect from the hip.
down is shown to best advanUge when
worn by the taller woman.
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those found anywhere, and that the
French influence of American trade
has been unwarranted. This display—
first of its kind-was sponsored by the
National Garment Retailers' Associa
tion, and by exhibiting firmly estab
lished a distinctive American school of
design in textile fabrics and in dress
modes.
LUTHER NEWS NOTES
Herman Kuhl and Wm. Dell made
i business trip to Billings Friday, re
turning Saturday evening.
Mr. John Edwards is spending a
few days in Red Lodge with his son,
Harry Edwards.
Mr. Matt Woodrow, of Red Lodge,
visited his father, who is making his
home with his daughter, Mrs. Joe
Boggio.
Mrs. Francis Gaudino, of Palins,
Mont., visited her siter, Mrs. Chas.
Boggio, for a few days, returning to
her home Saturday.
Mrs. Chas. Boggio accompanied her
sister to Red Lodge Saturday.
Wesley Hash and Willie Bellamy
motored with Silas Isam to Red Lodge
Saturday night, where they attended
a dance.
The young folks of the community
enjoyed a pleasant evening at a fare
well party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Hutsell.
Jim McKinley has moved his family
jto the old Beck Ranch, now owned by
John Hash.
Tom Stewart is moving his family
to the John M. Anderson ranch pre
paring for spring work.
Harry Obert and family motored to
Luther Sunday, where they visited at
the home of Mrs. Harry Obert.
Martha and Jeanette Dell motored
out from Red Lodge Friday evening
to spend the week end with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dell.
A large number of the farmers in
this locality attended the Rosebud
Irrigation ditch hearing between con
structor J. S. Haley and State and
Local boards, Tuesday and Wednes
day.
Don Britton made a business trip to
Bed Lodge Wednesday.
Bertha Bunn visited the week end
with friends at Washoe, returning
home Sunday evening.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of Montana.
• In the matter of Boose Wickierak,
Bankrupt, In Bankruptcy.
To the Creditors of Rose Wickierak
of Red Lodge, in Hie County of Car
bon, Montana, and District aforesaid:
Notice Is Hereby Given that on the
18th day of February, 1926, the said
Rose Wickierak was dully adjudicated
bankrupt; and that the first meeting
of creditors will be held at my office,
in room 3, Midland National Bank
Building, in Billings, Montana, on the
4th day of March, A. D. 1926, at ten
o'cloock in the forenoon, at which
time the said creditors may attend,
prove their claims,, appiont a trustee,
axamine the bankrupt, and transact
such other business as may properly
come before said meeting,
Billings, Montana, Febru
iry 21st, 1926.
HENRY A. FRITH,
Referee in Bankruptcy, Disrtict No.
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CHERRY SPRINGS
jj r _ and Mrs. Peter
daughter Mary, Mr. Olels and Claude
Monday evening at the
Batten home.
Joe Wlekierak was a business caller
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fuftWml of John Murphy> Sr .
^ Mrs . Wm Carr of
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vigitad Wednesday at the home of Mm.
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Carr« «later. Mrs. Wm. Hatten.
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Harry Harness was a business caller
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at the Herman Weir home Monday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dullenty enter
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at » danc '"* P arty at their home S * i '
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f M >" Beulah Hufford.S^ies school
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, Ml « Ed"« Bjoriahl visited Thurs
day at the John Noma home '
Obert and
Miss Ruth De Vries visited several j
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Mrs. W. E, Lochridge, Mrs. Harry
Clark and son Harold and Mr. and
days of this week at the J. J. Ley
home.
Mrs. C. F. Pattison visited Thursday
at the Clarence Bjordahl home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen motored
to the county seat on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stinson and Mr. 1
and Mrs. Wm. Hatten motored to
Bridger Monday. j
Mary Huddleston was a visitor at
the "Bod" White home Tuesday. 1
Mrs. C. F. Pattison and Mrs. Clar
ence Bjordahl were shopping in Red
Lodge between trains on Wednesday,
Mias Gail Boyd, Co. Supt. of Schools,
visited Thursday afternoon at the
Cherry Springs school
Lee Clark was a business caller in
Roberta on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dominie Obert and
daughter Irma motored to Roberta on
Saturday,
Mias Frances Bsnta went to Billings
Friday tor a few days visit with rel
Mr. Truini went to Red Lodge on
Tuesday after coal, returning home
Lou and John Tunnecliffe, of near
Roberts, were callers in the Cherry
Dr. H. G. Morgan, of Roberts, was
called to the Arthur Skinner home
Mr*. J. M. Bresnahan and children,
of Billings visited Saturday and Sun
day at the home of Mrs. Bresnahan's
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stives and friends.
Wednesday,
Spring» vicinity Thursday.
Thursday on account of the illness of
Mrs. Skinner.
P arents . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dullenty.
Henri De Witte and son John made
1 a * n P ® r ldger Wednesday returning
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Leimback, of
Joliet, visited a few days last week
at the Robert Dullenty home.
Miss Myrtle Dullenty visited Friday
aftemoon at the O. L, Burris home.
The Misses Mary and Emily Wiek
ierak and Louie Wlekierak came down
from Red Lodge Saturday evening and
attended the dance at the Wm. Dul
lenty home.
Charley Newkirk, of Roberts, was
as business caller at the Ira Stinson
home on Friday.
Mrs. Herman Wier and children
were shopping in Roberts Friday.
Lorin Lochridge was business caller
at the Frank Da Vries home Friday.
Melvin Sayaell spent a few days
* this week visiting with his father in
i Red Lodge.
John Norris has been on the sick
list the past weak.
Esrl Huddleston, who has been em
ployed near Billings, returned to his
home here the first of the week.
Mrs. J. J. Ley spent a few days of
last week at the Arthur Skinner home.
Mrs. Ed Hansen visited Wednes
day at the Thos, Saysell home.
Frank Rook, of Clear Creek, was
caller at the T. C. Schrumpf home Sun
day.
Mr. and Mr*. Bert Obert and Mr.
and Mrs. Baptist Obert attended the
dance in Roberts Saturday night.
Mrs. Ed Opland visited Monday at
the Harry Harness home.
Joe Wlekierak was a business caller'
at the Orville Burris home one day
last week.
Ned Russel motored to Roberts on
Saturday on business.
Hazel Ballard visited on Wednesday
with Mrs. Lucy Wanless.
Ur. and Mrs. Chauncey Platt
motored to Billings on business on
Wednesday.
Mrs. Herman De Vries and daughter
Ruth visited Wednesday at the Char
ley Huddleston home.
AI Rice was a caller at the Lee
Clark ranch on Wednesday.
Ed Catt eras a caller at the Harry
Clark home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen visited
Sunday at the Wm. Carr home in
Roberts.
BOYD NEWS ITEMS
Bud White was a business caller at
Red Lodge on Tueaday.
Mr. A. G. Bennet, of Joliet, was a
caller at the Kirkhart home on Tues
day.
Harry W. Gerlock, Jr., was a busi
ness caller at Red Lodge between
trains on Thursday.
A1 Rice motored to Red Lodge on
Tuesday.
Mrs. B. A. Johnson visited relatives
at Red Lodge on Wednesday.
John Spackeen went to Billings on
Wednesday, where he will receive
medical treatment.
Miss Vem Rinker and baby were
callers at Bridger on Wednesday,
several days the past week at Billings,
Davis home on Thursday afternoon,
The afternoon was spent in tieing
quilts and at a lata hour a pot luck
lunch was served. A large crowd was
lodge ai Joöatae Thursday «waning
wars: Wnu DeBaaty, T. C. Schrumpff,
Edgar Grad, 8. P. Wilson, A. G. An
derean and Made Aad—esn,
Mary Alice Taylor, who has spent
the past week at tha borne of her
grandparents at Red Lodge returned
to her home on Thursday.
rFanee« Banta left on Friday even
ing for a few days visit at the C. S.
Banta home at Billings.
W. H. Adamson, who has been
spending the winter at Billings, re
turned to his ranch on Friday.
Mrs. John Boyd and daughter
motored to Billings on Saturday to
shop and visit relatives and friends.
Earl Huddleston, who is employed
near Billings, is spendnig a few days
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mr*. C. C. Huddleston,
Anna Mae Johnson, who is attend
Mr. and Mrs. John Normile spent
The Ladies Aid met at the F. C.
present
Among those who attended Masonic
Mrs. D. T. Taylor and James Miller
motored to Red Lodge on Wodneaday.
While there Mrs. Taylor had some
dental work done.
ing school at Billings, spent the week
end at the home of her parents.
Howard Johnson left on Monday
for Butte where he will visit relatives.
to Billings on Saturday evening to at
Myrtle Dullenty entertained a num
ber of friends and neighbors at a
dancing party at her home on Satur
day evening,
! the Big Ditch near Luther spent Sat-,
j urday and Sunday at the home of his.
■ parents,
Mack and Donald Anderson motored
tend the Basket Ball tournament.
Joe Huddleston, who is employed on
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Adams and chil
dren of Laurel spent Sunday at tha
A. Q. Anderson hone,
! and Myrtle Cassidy visited at the
i Gammill home at Edgar on Sunday
1 afternoon.
) Rev. Andrews, of Billing*, spoke at
tha church on Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hughes and}
son and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Davis were
' callers at Bridger on Sunday,
' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knight of Bil
home on Monday.
\ C. F. Wood, of Billings, was looking
after bnsniess interests in connection
| with hi* ranch on Sunday,
A number of people from this com
munity attended the sale at Edgar
Saturday.
I Mr. and Mrs. Myron Shorten were
business callers at Joliet on Friday,
Mrs. A. G. Anderson and »on Donald
I lings, were callers st the T. J. Davis
on
j Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Goff and Walter
Smidt motored to Billings on Friday.
j Vera Morrison, of Joliet was a caller
in this vicinity on Monday.
Mack Anderson motored to Red
Lodge on Monday
E. L. Marvin, of Joliet, was a caller
in this vicinity on Monday.
Arthur Cassidy, who has spent the
past month visiting at the A. G. An
derson home, returned to his home at
Warwick, N. Dakota on Friday.
Mrs. Henncby has been on the sick
list for the past week.
Dr. Morgan, of Roberta, was a busi
ness caller in this vicinity on Sstur
day.
Mrs. John Boyd enter.tined Rev.
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