Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 12, 1967 · Page 12
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 12

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, May 12, 1967
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PAGE 12 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1967 'Designers May Soon Go Out Sy EDDY GILMORE LONDON (AP)- This old city's young designers are showing signs of designing themselves off the fashion map. They've earned millions for ;Britain's vital overseas trade, as well as a lot for themselves, but -one authority on style is wondering if the teenage bubble is about to burst. !He is editor of Savile Row's authoritative magazine, the Tailor and Cutter. "Are teen-age designers' .Ideas becoming stultified by CLUB NEWS the inbreeding which results from their feeding upon one another rather than upon the wider experiences offered by adaptation of older and foreign designers?" he asks. "Designers at the teen - age market level seem incapable of producing much which does not derive its impact from a simpb nose-thumbing at conv:ntion, !I he says. Twiggy, 17, veteran of one year in the London fashion business, is earning as much as $225 an hour. She and Kathy McGowan, 24, a veteran of more than three years in show business and clothes- making, are cresting a high wave of popularity and financial success. Some others who once rode high,are showing signs of distress in the choppy seas of mod fashions. One youthful designer, who emerged via a dark backroom on Carnaby Street to a glass and chrome emporium in London's stylish West End, is in financial trouble. Gossip says others are too. S e v e r a l recent fashion shows by adolescent creators of London fashion.looked very much like one another, and for originality, only harked back to the past. "We've had teen-age Edwardian looks, teen-age Regency looks, 'teen - age 20 looks, teen-age 30 looks," says the editor. "The inspiration seems to have come f r o m a s i m p l e looking through of old prints and old fashion plates." Among all of the youthful designers, one seems destined to keep going for a long time. She is Mary Quant. Khr clothes, while ultramod, are practical and pretty. Swinging London began gyrating on Carnaby Street, b'it the center of its gravity appears to have shifted to the old king's Road in once Bohemian Chelsea. Dozens of boutiques, which have mushroomed from the elegance-of Slane Square at one end of King's Road to the tattler environs of Fulham, are doing a tremendous cash business. Real estate along the road has sky-rocketed. Mothers To Be Feted Members of the Czechoslovak-American Club will gather. Sunday for a Mothers Day dinner. The 5 p.m. dinner, prepared by fathers, will be-held at the VFW, 5307 E. Speedway. o o o The auxiliary to the Hand- .maker Jewish Nursing Home will sponsor a special Mothers Day program Sunday. The 1 p.m. event will be a tribute to all women living at the home. Mmes. Herman Goldstein and William Yalen are program cochairmen. Mrs. Goldstein is Mrs. Yalen's mother. A musical program will feature Elizabeth, Margaret and Diane Lim, Cantor Maurice. Falkow and Mrs.' Dale Stephens. 0 0 0 Mrs. Wayne Cavender, 1145 W. San Tvcholas Circle, will open her home tomorrow for a brunch honoring graduation seniors of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Mmes. Clayton Kiewel, Jerome Lawyer, Al Houston and C.E. Adams will serve as hostess for the 10 a.m. brunch. The collegiate seniors will be initiated into alumnae membership. All Tri Delta members are welcome. At Monday's meeting of the Golden Age Club No. 1, Mrs. C a t h e r i n e Isley will be crowned Mother of the Year. The 10 a.m. gathering will be held at Sabbar Temple, 2900 E. Broadway. Brandeis Women Plan Installation Mrs. Albert Goorwitch will be installed Monday for a second term as president of the Brandeis University National Women's Committee. The 11:30 a.m. event will be held at the HiwayHouse, 1601 'N. Miracle Mile Strip. M m e s . H o w a r d Stann, Charles Whitehill, James Nevins and Hillel Rosenzweig will be installed as vice presidents. Others taking office will be Mrs. Paul Fisher, financial s e c r e t a r y ; Mrs. Samuel Grabb, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Irving Rosenberg, treasurer. William Hawes Smith will serve as installing officer. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Grabb, 6162 E. Eli St. Mrs. Caudle Named Vice Chairman Mrs. Dan Caudle has been appointed vice chairman of volunteers for the Tucson chapter of. the American Red Cross. Mrs. Caudle, who will be responsible for training and orientation of volunteers, began working as a Red Cross volunteer in 1953. Since then she has been active in fund raising campaigns and has served on the Sweet Adelines Set Installation Mrs. Gene Hawkins will be installed tomorrow as president of the Old Pueblo chapter of Sweet Adelines Inc. The ceremony is slated at 8 p.m. at La Granada restaurant. Others taking office are Mrs. Charles Pullen, vice president; Mrs. Edward Gond e k , recording secretary; Mrs. 'William Kyle, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Orville Dreyer, treasurer. public information and youth services advisory committee. The Tucson chapter will hold an awards and capping ceremony Monday to honor volunteers. The meeting is scheduled at 7:30 p.m. at the chapter house, 222 S. Cherry Ave. Volunteers with a service span of 1 to 27 years will be given awards. Mrs. Otho Pumphrey will lead the volunteer pledge and present pins; Mrs. Eleanor Hartung will present caps; Mrs. Ann Edwards will present certificates; and Mrs. Caudle will give out special awards. Mrs. Paul F. Kuhn Garden Club To Install Mrs. Paul F. Kuhn will be installed tomorrow as president of La Sierra Garden Club. The 12:30 p.m. event will be held at the Aztec Inn, 102 N. Alvernon Way. Others taking office will be Mrs. Richard M. Edwards, vice president; Mrs. Robert B. Rombough, secretary; and Mrs. Samuel S. Clapp, treasurer. Schedules Installation Mrs. Darrell L. Banning will be installed Monday as president of the Tucson Edu- c a t i o n Office Personnel (TEOP). Mrs. Banning who is employed at Pueblo High School will be installed by Mrs. Kitty Sheehan of Phoenix, president of the Arizona Educational Secretaries Asso-. ciation. ' The installation ceremony will be preceded by an Hawaiian potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m. at the Tucson High School cafeteria. Office em- ployes of Tucson High will serve as hostesses. Other officers to be installed by Mrs. Sheehan include Mrs. Willard H. Shields of Ochoa Elememtary School, vice president; Patricia Ivanoff of Palo Verde High School, secretary; and Mrs. D. L. Hilberg of Dietz Elementary School, treasurer. TEOP scholarship awards of $250 each will be presented to Irene Gutierrez, a student at Palo Verde High School, a n d Linda Hildebrand, a Rincon High School student. Nancy Jane Cross . . . Stephen McCutcheon Miss Cross 9 Engagement Announced Planning a June 10 wedding at .St. Frances Cabrini Catholic" Church are Nancy Jane Cross and Stephen Michael McCutcheon. Nancy Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Cross of Westfir, Ore., is a graduate of Westfir H i g h School. The bride-elect is employed by Mountain States Telephone. Mr. McCutcheon, a graduate of Salpointe High School, attends the University of Arizona. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCutcheon, 2620 N. Flanwill Blvd. June 3 Date Set A June 3 wedding at the F t . Huachuca Chapel is planned by Cynthia Lucile Pochyla and Lt. George Joseph Connolly Jr. The bride-elect, daughter of Maj. Gen. and Mrs. B. H. Pochyla, 625 W. Los/Altos Roa'd, is a graduate of Buena High School in Sierra Vista. Cynthia Lucile also attended Cochise College in Douglas. Lt. Connolly is the son of Mrs. George Joseph Connolly of .Weymouth, Mass. 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