Independent from Long Beach, California on January 16, 1966 · Page 118
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 118

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 16, 1966
Page 118
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MODERN architecture . . . Lilly Dache's bali straw hat for spring is fashioned in sectional black and white with four-cornered double- effect brim. Fashion goes to the head . Continued from Page W-l evening in airy poufs of tulle. Perfect travel companions that hide away in the suit case are the new fabric windsocks halo berets and soft draped turbans. And about those hairdos: Sally Victor does a Sasson cap for a you-know-what hairdo . . . also opens up the tops or backs of turbans, calls "CAMP HAT" . . . cloche of stitched navy and white dotted cotton bandana with paisley calico band designed by Adolfo. Sun glasses framed in matching fabric. them "Dropouts" and suggests you f i l l the open space with a little wiglet. There weren't any hats with rollers but there were many stunning creations to cover a collapsed hairdo. IN A CHAT with Bill Reimer, head of the Millinery Institute, he told me how Jackie Kennedy was converted to hats. When the late Mr. Kennedy was a senator, big-wigs in fashion circles were concerned because Jackie traveled bareheaded to top social functions. The fashion editor of a metropolitan New England newspaper took one of her pictures to an editorial artist, and had him paint a hat on Jackie's dark tresses. Then ran both pictures-one with, one without chapeau. The newspaper caption queried, which Jackie 'do you think looks best? Jackie won with the hat. The next Sunday she appeared wearing her now-famous pillbox. And here's a footnote on New York: It looks like the squares! fashion in town ROLL-A-WAY brim worn back of hairline adds interesting composition to head and face . . . by Jack McConnell. right now is a pair of tan nylon hose. Just walk a few blocks down Fifth Avenue and you get the picture--in technicolor. There are bright colored knits, bright colored hose, open crochet, even those heavy white stockings like the English nursemaids wear. ASK ANY designer what the well-dressed leg and foot--no matter what age--should be wearing, and you get the sam« answer. Shoes with low chunky heels and stockings as pale as possible. According to designer Donald Brooks, "Only shoes with heavy heels look right. Though the back of a shoe should look heavy the front should look light with cutouts or T-straps." Shoe designer Beth I.evine votes also for the chunky-heeled shoe and pale stocking. "I love white stockings with a black suit and black, chunky-heeled shoes . . . I like white and off- white Helanca stretch tights and some of the simple net stockings." Apparently legs and feet are going to be In focus for a long time. BETROTHALS TOLD Two engaged couples reveal wedding plans Veth-Kalanick . A spring wedding is being planned by Eileena Marie Veth and Donald Edward Kalanick whose betrothal news is being told by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Frank J. Zaffke of Long Beach: Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Kalanick of Los Angeles are parents of the-future bridegroom. The bride-elect was grad- ualed from Jordan High School and LBCC. The future bridegroom attended Glendale Junior College, served two years in the U. S. Army and is now a civil engineering draftsman for the city of Los Angeles. Picker-Journey Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 0. Picker are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Carolyn Elizabeth, to Charles S. Journey III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Journey Jr., all of Lakewood. Both young people were graduated from Lakewood High School where she was a member of Yoga and he of Thor social club. The future bridegroom is now attending USC and is affiliated with Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. No wedding date has been set. ' J E W E L E R S , "]E\I' / F.LF.RS FOR THREE GENERATIONS" PRESENTS D I A M O N D R I N G S PiROurrri . . FROM $100 OTHER ORANGE'BLOSSOM RINGS TO $1,500. Your Charge Account Invited 5(U} HA/.EI.BROOK AVH. T.AKEWOOD CENTER 634-S824 · 744-044i JEWELERS, JUST OFF THE SHIP! TEAMMATE 15.00 Team this imported sweater with separate* or a dress for fashion harmony. Crocheted buttons march down the front against regulated rows of stitching, matching miniature buttons grace the sleeves. Creamy soft acrylic knit keeps its fresh looks washing after washing. Spring tones of shell beige, limeade green or white. Choice of sizes 36 to 42. Exclusively Buffums'. Accessories NATURAL GREY PERSIAN LAMB SPECIALLY PRICED! A scoop! Hard-to-find, long-wearing fur in luxurious jackets . . . a 'nevet-before-value' find! Solid or two-tone shades in four styles. Consider the smart styling, f i n e workmanship and quality involved . . . you'll agree they are worth much, much more and are exceptional buys at these prices. Limited time only. Come early for best selection! Fur Salon Downtown Long Beach, Santa Ana, Pomona Fur products labeled lo show country cf origin of imported furj. LONG BEACH WE 6-9341 Vor,. and FrI. 9:30 till 9:00 SANTA ANA MainitTentk Kl 2-6262 Man. and Frl. 9:30 till »:00 Other Days 30 till UO POMONA Top of the Wl 4234321 Hon. afidFrl. IfcM till 3.00 PALOS VERDES MARINA UKEWOOO Mca.BdFrUC.00 till 9:M Ott*fayt HUM tilJ 6:00 Ion; aetcli 437-0781 Men. MdFrl. 10.00 HIM* Ott»rD»n 10.00 Wfc»

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