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1934 DECEMBER 6.
THE gaiue of late fall and early fashion about the most lilgh •tylish play one can make Is to st*ke all on a handsome short-jacketed salt, hlplength to be explicit, which is lav Ishly trimmed with luxurious fur. As to after thought add more than one fetching blouse. Begin with a blouse of tinsel knit, then a plaid velvet or taffeta and so on, lending up to a sumptuous Junlc of glittering lame. It is a question which Is more ex citing In point of novelty and ele Cance, the materials which go to make up these dramatic suits or the furs which adorn them. The new tweeds which fashion as many of the smartest suits are a treat tó the eye both in the matter of color and novel weave. However, all Is not tweed that is tailored, for broadcloth Is "In" this sea son and best-dressed women are order ing their suits made of handsome duve tyne In rich vibrant reds or greens or browns. Indeed than duvetyne we know of no smarter material for the new jacket suits, that is,' unless you choose velvet. As to interpreting the glories of vel vet suits as "now is" in the style pn rade tlie most extravagant adjectives fall short of doing the theme justice. The best we can do is to call your at tention to the fetching velvet costume centered in tlie illustration and let you judge for yourself as to what heights of glory this season's velvet suit fashions are being carried. A very choice grade of black velvet was selected Cor this formal afternoon suit. The sleeves are intriguingly worked with tucks to give them fullness at the elbow. The belt and pocket are decorated with gold-metal discs and the Fur-Trimmed Short-Jacketed Suit Bf CHERTE NICHOLAS bfouse is of red und gold lame. A flattering silver fox collar with a huge matching muff add "class" to this out fit de luxe. By the way we are going to see more muffs during the next few months than we have seen for winters and winters past. The smart town suit to the left radi ates that feeling of quiet elegance which bespeaks refinement and good taste. The brown striped woolen of which it is tailored is a more than or dinary weave. The effective styling of the generous mink collar is noteworthy in that it emphasizes the vogue which calls for clever rever treatments. This accent on designful revers Is very no ticeable throughout the fall and win ter mode. The blouse worn with this suit is chartreuse crepe patterned with a gold threading. The Interesting note to carry In mind in regard to the suit to the right is that the jacket tops a one-piece dress— an excellent Idea for winter warmth as well as costume chic. The jacket and-dress suit is a favorite theme with designers. Very often the scheme is carried out in two woolens such as plaid for the dress with duvetyn or velveteen in a solid color for the jacket, the plaid repeated In the jacket lining. Nutria fur trims the light ox ford wool suit in the picture. Fashion reports from Paris all stress the im porta nee of nutria trimming and other similar furs. Another outstanding fashion Is the black woolen suit which is trimmed In white ermine, galyak or breltschwantz. ©. Western Newspaper Union. THE DOLLAR SAVINGS & TRUST CO. A CAMPBELL. O. Alkuit 1915-ben "fhe American Hungarian Journal Is the official organ oíaf* I®* Hungarian Churches, Societies, and Cluba