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Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 28, 1968 A9 Inside Fashion No One Hair-Do Doing The Most This Season simple as the George Washington. Hair is brushed back from face, tied with a ribbon at the crown of the bead and then allowed to fall long, natural and shiny. Because it has a pampered, protected car-and-chauffeur look, and because so many Park Avenue and Fifth Avenue girls like it, hair stylists and editors call it the rich-girl hair-do. Charlotte Ford was . wearing her hair that way at a PAL benefit theater party and show of fashions made of the new Touch fabrics in the Rainbow Room the other night. Her blonde hair was tied with a pink satin ribbon to match her Bill Blass harem pajamas. Charlotte and her sister, Anne Ford Uzielli, are By EUGENIA SHEPPARD There's no one and only hair-do this fall. Just about anything goes as long as it isn't teased and tossed like a bale of hay. If there is a uniform hair-do for daytime, it's the simple George Washington tie-back, with the ends either flying loose or clubbed at the back of the neck. Some gentlemen in powdered wigs may have invented it, but Mrs. Gardner Cowles was one of the first women to wear it here in recent years. The time was when bouffant hair was still in full bloom, and I remember how new and exciting Jan's hair looked. The most popular hair-do for evening is just as Fashions, Card Party For Fund I ;".4 i .it i i FUNNY GIRL' STYLES - Teal Traina will bring his complete "Funny Girl" collection of designs to Palm Beach Saturday at the Bath and Tennis Gub. The show, along with a card party, is being held for the benefit of Good Samaritan Hospital. Along with the "Funny Girl" fashions will be outfits from Traina's spring and fall collection. The benefit begins at 2 p.m. The party is the single fund-raising event planned by the hospital's Women's Auxiliary this year. Don't forget to bring your own cards. kv. vH both synonymous with the rich-girl hair-do. Photographs of the Fords and such socialites as Louise Savitt, Lyn Revson, Topsy Tailer, and former fashion editor Jane Tamerin Orlansky have helped boost its stock with career girls. At a recent concert in Philharmonic Hall, Time and Life staffer Diana Sweeney, among a dozen others, was wearing the rich-girl look. Hair stylists have been trying to put over the short cut for years, but, just like the longer skirt, it hasn't caught on so far. Lots of girls had their hair cropped after a McCall's cover showed Mia Farrow all eyes and no hair. "They're all letting it grow, though." says Kenneth. "Chin length is the most popular now." Personally, he likes short hair. "The trouble is women won't wear it the way it ought to look, sleek and flat or maybe with just a water wave. They try to tease it or make it soft and fluffy," he says. The thing is the women themselves don't want a chic little bit of hair. They want masses and masses of it, rampaging all over. Every once in a while somebody says wigs and hair pieces are going out, but the next minute they're back again, bigger than ever. I never meet a celebrity who doesn't own at least half a dozen. If there's a new development in hair-do. it's the savage look. Leslie Caron was wearing it at Roy Lichtenstein's party for Genevieve Waite the other night. Her hair, done by Carita in Paris, was all around her face and down her back with one light streak running through it. The savage look is the sexiest thing that has ever happened to hair. Raquel Welch is the inspiration, according to Nor-bert. "Movie stars don't set fashions in clothes any more but they do set the hair-dos. Brigitte Bardot started the high pony tail, and then on to Mia Farrow." Norbert thinks the softer, fluffier hair of his client. Pat Nixon, may influence her own generation, but on'" after she reaches the White House. Daughter Julie wears the rich-girl hair-do in the daytime and piles it high on her head at night with long ringlets. The way definitely not to look is stuffed and lacqurered and obviously right out of a couple-of-hours session in a beauty salon. "A good hair-do today doesn't look like a hair-do at all," says Kenneth. Shaking his head, he adds. "It's the hardest kind to give. Believe me, it takes a top stylist to manage it." The same thing is happening to hair that happened to make-up and clothes. When the natural look in makeup arrived, it called for twice as many jars, bottles, and brushes than it took to look made-up. The little nothing dress was often twice as expensive as the gooked up type. Now the no-hair-do hair-do needs the touch of an expert every 24 hours or it's just a plain mess. It looks as if we simply can't win. v- JANE TAMARIN ORLANSKY ...The Rich-Girl Look Couple Engaged '?.-.. i", If ' s , 7 V Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mercer of 550 Sabal Palm Drive, Lake Park, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Pamela Marjorie Mercer, to Robert W. Payne. The bride-elect was graduated from Riviera Beach High School in 1967 and is presently attending the University of South Florida in Tampa. Mr. Payne is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson Payne Sr. of Miami. He is a graduate of Columbus High School in Miami and is a student at the University of South Florida where he is a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity. A wedding date has not been set. ' - " I liii if i Vf I j" ' 1x1 Sound like arithmetic lo you? tt'i SALVATION ARMY PICK UP YOUR SALVAGE FURNITURE, MISS MERCER not! This it nowtpopor talk for a 1 column by 1 inch od. Think it's too imall to b noticed? You're reading it . . . aren't you? CLOTHING I APPLIANCES PHONE 832-2835 Sifct.'fc,-ii Area Clubs Planning Activities NOVEMBER CLEARANCE SALE 2 DAYS - FRI. AND SAT. DECORATOR FABRICS DRAPERY-SLIPCOVER-UPHOLSTERY THOUSANDS OF YARDS BARGAINS GALORE! Quota Club The quota club of the Palm Beaches will hold it's annual Christmas Bazaar at the Palm Coast Plaza Mall November 29 and 30th. The club holds the bazaar to obtain funds to carry on their VAT DYED PRE-SHRUNK SCOTCHGARDED from the club will pick up the aid and make sure it is put to good use. Through the appeal through newspapers, the club has collected nearly 25 hearing aids that have been given to worthy recipients and the club will give a receipt for the aid. Beta Eta Beta Sigma Phi A candlelight ceremony was the setting for the initiation of the new members of Beta Eta chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. President, Miss Dorothy Ste-fanowski. officiated at the ritual table. Members of the chapter are preparing to participate in the Mistletoe Ball to be held Dec. 7, at 8:30 p.m., in the Florida Room of the Biltmore Hotel. Music will be provided by Peter Abdo. Royale Women Boca Raton BOCA RATON - The Roy-ale Woman's Club of Boca Raton will hold their monthly meeting at the Community Center in Boca Raton at 1 p.m. Monday. Committee Chairman, Mrs. Elmer R. Kanhofer has requested that all members bring gifts to be distributed to the patients at Palm Beach County Home. Mrs. Allan B. Miller, chairman of the Fine Arts Department, Music Division, will present a program of seven songs. projects which are aid to the hard of hearing, service to girls and service to the golden age group. The club is currently collecting hearing aids and working with the Crippled Children's Society, 400 Royal Palm Way, who place the hearing aids on children, in need. The club has been working on articles to be sold at the bazaar all year and every article is hand made. They include aprons, sewing kits, glass sculpturing, Christmas ornaments, Christmas aprons, and skirts, pot holders, jewelry, candles, knits, pencil holders, and many other items, including home made candies. If anyone has used hearing aid not in use, please call 832-7319 or 585-6769 and someone CLOSE-OUT BLUE, TAN, BEIGE 54" WIDE 00 YARD VALUES LUXURIOUS G0RDVELL UPHOLSTERY to 6.95 CHRISTMAS TABLECLOTHS NOVELTY PATTERNS FOR KIDS t GROWN UPS 50" WIDE SATIHETTES PASTELS FLORALS STRIPES NURSERY PATTERNS 50" WIDE $1 95 50"x52" EA. $1 oo $1 oo Church Rites Unite Couple YARD $2 Million Estate Willed By Actor LOS ANGELES iAP - Actor Lee Tracy left an estate worth more than $2 million to his wife of 30 years. Helen. The will of the late actor, who died of cancer last Oct. 18 at age 70. will be filed lor pro-bale in Superior Court today. Mike Casey. Tracy's personal manager, disclosed the contents ol the w ill Tuesday. Tracy lett his entire estate which includes property, a home, an apartment house, cash and large bundles ol stocks to his wile. Upon her death, the remainder of the i state will go to a number of harities. Tracy began his career in audviile in New York in lilli) and later went on to roles on Broadway and in Hollywood. He became best known for portraying hardened policemen, reporters and YARD S95 LUXURY CHINTZ S 50"x72" SCREEN PRINTS $joo 100 COTTON PASTELS FLORALS 56" WIDE USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-A-WAY Miss Patricia Jeanne Brock-way became the bride of F. Michael Honer in a 8 p.m., double-ring ceremony Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Northwood Methodist Church. The Rev. John Sanderson officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Brockway of 619 45th St. Mr. Honer is the son of Mrs. Alma Honer of 630 40th St. and Frederick Honer of Belleville, III. Mr. Brockway gave his $100 YARD 50-56" WIDE" I YARD 19 AND ANTIQUE SATIN 22 LOVELY COLORS 48" WIDE SOLIDS 100 DACRON BATISTE SHEER 11 LOVELY COLORS 48" WIDE SOLIDS 108 1 39 YARD I YD. daughter in marriage. She wore a short, bridal gown of chantilly lace fashioned with a scooped neckline, wristpoint sleeves and a draped panel of bridal taffeta which fell from the shoulders to the hemline. Her scalloped, nosetip veil of illusion fell from a petal headpiece with a center rose of taffeta. Miss Linda Black was maid of honor. She wore a pale pink gown of chiffon over taffeta with elbow length, net sleeves, scoop neckline and empire waist. Her pink nosetip veil fell from a petal headpiece with taffeta center rose. Jim Strout served the bridegroom as best man. Bobby Brockway and Bobby Phiel were ushers. A reception was held at the borne of the bride's parents following the ceremony. The couple took a wedding tour of Florida and are at home at 3911 Windsor Ave. J7)oaM you "for Very-rhinc) everyone in theWli MRS. HONER SSSAyds LINENS 7fl0 SCREEN flRc S-20 Yards volues to 4.95 IHyJ PRINTS IMPORTED A.lCnC r AII7C JUTE-RAYON LINENS ANVKAUZE COTTON WEAVE EXOTIC PATTERNS 100 THEATRICAL LINEN COLORFUL PATTERNS " L'T3Wir5ECOTTON BELGIAN WOVEN .. HEAVY VALUES lM"WI?96vn 5"WIDE ! DUTY TO 139 I TO 1 YD. VALUES TO a S 56" WIDE 6.95 ,, VALUES TO 6.95 I VALUES TO Z.95 I COTTON SATINS 7771 ROD upholstery FLORALS MODtRN jfljil . . , VAI h PATTERNS H SALE STAIN RESISTANT M TIM 56" WIDE VALUES TO 3.95 TRAVERSE Vfr?" BROCADES 1 1 1 ii i rcrro ArrD TWEE 05 GRANTIQUE 100 COTTON DECORATOR QUHTED (Yf SATIN f 2 3 1 O off a U o WHITE FULL BOLTS H W O VIT j,-, 50" WIDE H I1RD 54 WlUt values TO 3 95 " AIL RODS HUNDREDS OF BOLTS Pffl YARDAGE UNLIMITED UM vmXMMED 4624 S0UTH DXE . WEST PALM BEACH Uim irji OPEN DAILY 9 AM TO 5:30 PHONE 832-6717 J What. . .Where. . .When FRIDAY, NOV. 29 CASTOFF SQUARE DANCE at Boynton Beach Civic Center 8 p.m. RIVIERA BEACH DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB at Riviera Beach Recreation Hall. 7:30 p.m. WEIGHT WATCHERS OF Palm Beach Countv Inc. office 3733 So. Dixie, 9:30a.m. THREE I CLUB dance at Lake Worth Casino from 8:30 p m. to 11:30 p.m. AMBASSADORS BIBLE CLASS at 508 Anchorage Drive. 10 a.m. SATURDAY, NOV. 30 ST. JULIANA'S WOMEN'S CLUB card parties school cafeteria, to 4 p.m. STARLIGHTERS ROUND DANCE CLUB 19 So. Dixie, 8. p.m. Aae9 . $ 7 V King Features Syndicate, Inc., 1968.