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Friday, April 26, 1963
The Daily Nebraskan
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Any well thought out wardrobe today
cannot exist without those never-out-of-season
mainstays . . . Knits.
Let's review their total assets. As
wriakleless wonders they have become
im .terate travers. For the c o 1 1 g e
girl with an ultra-busy schedule they re
quire little care but provide hours and
hours of wearing pleasure. Gone are the
sagging, antique misfits of yesteryear's
brand of knit apparel. In their place have
evolved fashion jewels, molded, folded,
flared and tapered, nipped or eased by
Knits certainly have not reached their
important position on all fashion fronts
without deserving the spotlight they hold.
They wear well . . . meaning they do
not quickly wear out, and they also "wear
well" in the sense of comfort and im
peccable grooming. This longevity neces
sarily, then, places their traditional de
signs into a category of classics or simple
But we hear so much to-do made
about "the understated look." Really
. . . what does this mean? Clothes can
be so utterly simple ... so marvelously
basic that they are boring. The trick is
to hit that happy medium between a
thing so tailored it's monotonous . . . and
that other extreme "overdone fluidity."
Knits, like any important couture
fashion, establish excitement and meet
the constant seasonal demand for new
ness by means of avant lines, new fabric
textures, imaginative color harmonies
. . . and, so, a total contribution to the
soft, gentle attitude that is femininity.
For the very fashion minded woman
knits mean clothes free of the stereotype
that willingly accept the opportunity to be
foil for her own individuality.
To the college girl ho must ir-'as-ure
her fashion dollar wun great cart,
knit means seasonless wearability. and,
what's even more important, a collection
of knit costumes whose basic personali
ties change with every new accessory
Color is in the surprise department.
It conies from men's sophisticated neu
trals . . . oxford; heather greens, blues,
and browns; marengo: charcoal: beige;
and black. And from such brilliant ac
cents as nectarine, pineapple, lade, sap
phire, cherry red and royal.
Texture In the weave is a further
high point. The collegiate shopper finds
a variety of new textures, plnchecks,
stripes, crepes and smart worsteds.
Variety is important. The coed may
begin the day in a dress-suit ensemble
and without ever returning home may
remain beautifully attired for late-day
events by merely removing her jacket.
Other ensembles are expressly designed
to have their entire fashion attitudes
changed with the introduction of a var
iety of accessories. Still another, fash
ioned of a form of silk matte jersey
called French Ratine, begins its day at
the cocktail hour.
Knits are designed to bring a new
kind of fashion dependability and assur
ance to the wearer, and, above all, im
agination and individuality to her person
al fashion appeal.
SHOP MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS 9:30 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. . . . OTHER DAYS TO 5:30 P.M.
brning, Noon or Night .
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SUNSHINE GIRLS Fresh and feminine are these,
two piece swim and sun suits worn by Pam Axelson and
Connie Spelts on their house sun deck.
The Husker Choristers and
the Cornhusker Choraliers of
the University College of Ag
riculture, will present their
annual spring concert Sun
day, May 5, at 4 p.m. in the
Ag Activities Building.
The Husker Choristers, di
rected by Gene Dytx'Tll, will
sing selections from opera
"Dido and Aeneas" by Henry
Purcell. Thev will be accom
panied by a string ensemble
of Janet Hayward, violin;
Bonnie Keller, violin; Carol
CoDeland. viola: and Nancy
Peacock, bass. Cheryl Abra-
hamson will be the soprano
Also featured on the pro
gram will be "Five Secular
Songs" by Johann Schein.
Other numbers will include:
"I'll Never Turn Back No
Mo' " and "Soonah Will Be
Done," spirituals; "The Area
of a Regular Polygon," Bry
an; "I Dream Of Jeannie,"
Foster; "I Will Go Look For
Death," Kodaly; "0 AU Ye
Nations," Schutz; and "A
Mighty Fortress is Our God,"
The 85 voice Cornhusker
Choraliers will sing "Last
Words of David" by Randall
Thompson and "He Watching
Over Israel" from the "Eli
jah" by Mendelssohn.
The two groups will sing
"Lord, in they Resurrection"
for double chorus by J. Gal
lus. Cynthia Dybdahl will ac
company both groups.
Try this one!
You call the play ""
Twin-Stick Floor Shift
has Instant Overtake.
This Rambler American 440 Convertible comes
equipped with lots of inside room, yet with compact
outside dimensions you can fit in tiny parking
spaces. Surprising performance, too.
It's a good-looking way to get away from it all.
Bucket Seats and Twin-Stick Floor Shift are sporty
low-cost options. Power-operated top is standard.
Rambler prices start real low and you won't go
barefoot to keep one ruining. A RamtHr American
440 with overdrive logged 28.19 m.p.g. in the
63 Pure Oil Economy Performance Trials. And
Ramblers are more service-free than ever before.
Rambler quality keeps it on the road, not in the shop.
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Winner of Motor Trend Magazine Award:
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DAY-IN, DAY-OUT FASHIONS TO TAKE YOU FROM TENNIS COURT
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FROM DAYBREAK ON . . .
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Mithlr Ovrihlimse . . . Country Set,
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Jamaica Short . . . Country Srt.
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Sport Shirt . . . Miidnm oultcriip:
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DAYLIGHT, DAYBRIGHT . . .
Gold's casual creations make your place
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Always attractive too. Stroll to Gold's soon;
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The Shirtwaist Drest . . . The per
ennial favorite. Shirtiqiie, Wood I Z fifl
freen or brown. I OmltU
Sport Coat ... By Botany. Light
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Long, Lean Shift ... by Jonathan
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