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Interesting clothes are a high light in theqife of every woman and stress on dress is strong among college campus junior misses in whose lives classroom and date-time garb are fully accented. Many designers hove devoted much time to th needs of these girls and the styles that ore mode "True Pink feminine fashions," hoto8 bY H. S. Melvl. up especially for them are most flattering. At |eft above is an Ellen Kaye cape suit in Miron wool worn by Mary Giuliany. Her hat is of Loyo straw. Mary Lou Cahoon models Ellen Kaye suit of wool and Milan straw hot. Carlaye dress of oyster shell and lime is orn (right) by Stella Abbott. shantung in rose quartz; and for So from her "bed-of ros = baby sweet; a desert pink or- Dame Fashion puts My Lady in gandy with stand-out skirt, the Pink for Spring. With spring the first My Lady is not fabric style, but 'tis color it is for this little For we gaily jump the more Bomber such aS laDS, and the more earthy existing hues of our growing gardens .... what color design- that we start with young spring? than that romantic, most romantic PINK. Yes, indeed, of 1951 is one of n ORDER SERVICE milk gals they really are. A famous editor, known .as "D.L.W." says, "Comes a periel of stress, war anxiety and strain, out come styles accentuating the soft desirable, womanly quail- ties of fashion. The rosy gh)w which pervades spring reatly-to- wear appears as direct antithesis to navy, khaki and drab colors of the women's and men's serv- ice uniforms." the designers can have it all their own way starting with ravishing pink, one of the few colors that most every fe- male of the species can wear. And pink reigns everyvh.ere. Magazines are full of it, win- daws blossom in a rosy haze; and this season wee babys go all out for pinkboth boys and girls, Pink is worn with every color from pale skins, melon-make up tO sun tan for the sunnier clime, as we mentioned in Magazine California not too long ago. Pick the Name And what fun it is to pick the name of the pink that one likes best, preferably from the garden: Magnolia, carnation; rose, geran- ium, sweet pea . . . or pick it from the. landscape that holds your fancy: Sunset, sunrise, pink vhDe certainly leads i color had. White and off white are smart as anything in coats. That most original coat man, De Pinna, has designed a white flannel fuU length coat with school loy collar of velvet, that is water repellant. The pyramid silhouette in coats is unusually shinning in white, or in the pas- tel shades that arrive from pink. Three-quarter length coats in "white-wine" are a choice of My Lady, who wants to be different in pale and pearly tones. ,qol id Color For good solid color, of course, navy is a favorite. And now she is rivaling very strongly the re- sort choice of "commodore blue." One suit a designer shows is of sheen gab, with arched hiplines and interesting pocket and collar detail. Another in commodore blue had tucked and buttoned saddle pocket at one hip and shoulder detail to match. .Ad the mother, daughter idea continues on for while navy is good for Mama even the small fry will have it this spcing. Fat" them, we see navy with maitre, pink or mint, as well as lime and black com- binations. . The c rite thought for the little tot is that color is reversed with dark shade used for the blouse or bodice and the light for the wee fluttery skitt. So baby, Mama and Grand are all "in the pink" this season in all Sypes of garments, from play clothes to dark as mid- nite hom-s. And a few sugges- tions might be: For the tailored woman;--a pink imported linen "lazy" dress, or in other words coat dress; for the dressy party gali--a short glamor dress of silk PRIC.ES ON ALTA COFFEE Frankly, Aha is custom-blended of distinguished ]Latin American coffees for people who like the robust flavor of a richer coffee. There's nothing wishy.washy about Alta. It's a teal he-man's coffee. Within 4 minutes of roasting, warm, fragrant Alta coffee is vacuum-sealed. This preserves the un- usual richness and superb aroma of fine Coffee at de peak of roaster freshness, Empty 3-lb. Alia i:r has scores of uses Aha iar  so big i makes excellent cookie jar o container for sugar, flour, rice, dried beans, etc. Men use Aha jars in home workshops to hold nails, screws, nuts and bol and other gadgets, IT P&IH TO ADViglt'I'ISE IN "Lt-GAZINE CALIF()Rgl&" laashion ]itor let's that you say? is almost here:" Well, unless the first flowers tell a story, sweep of the robins and the call to colors wardrobe makes a Pink s, under the sun. says "pink with red" . . . and t,ra W'lTy .endae. *bat is a dashing combinatiorl SPECIAL Hold And these prett,pre'typinks that gives the wearer and the admirer a lift. are designed to make women re" s ---gnrmatm e look like confections, a slin .ut aink 1..t the o,,i, strawberry sundae, perhaps; .hade that is news. Dame IY IELIN P'EILIL, rather than the rugged malted Fashion says that not only pink but color is news, and haze, mountain glow; or from favorite fruit as pomegranate, cantaloupe, peach, strawberry, hubarb .... So on and On with pinks for 1951, the spring; nor" is there an end to combinations to use with pink. Pink with white, pink with black, pink with natural, pink with navy, and Harper's Bazaar Shop today's food store ads for