The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 8, 1971 · Page 42
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P COATS are not just items of need as shown by Hays High School stu» dents, Michele Maupin and Jane Bit- tie. Fashions courtesy of The Cross Shop. Michele'g boots compliments of Burke's. Now More to Coats Than Keeping Warm By ANNE RICE Havs High School HAYS - Want a coat in a clear, crisp, wear-always style that has a great outdoor look? This is the year to find It, Hug yourself into diversified apparel overflowing with variety and abundance. Coats are no longer just items of need. Double breasted plays it Straight in the new narrow coat with a high turn-up collar that gently frames the face. In a country mood? Be a rugged pioneer in a plush corduroy coat with russet shades making their own appearance Charter a new direction aimed at waistline importance. Clear- cut lines make a big appeal in a tie coat that wraps and molds the figure. Or slip into a straight chemise coat that tucked all the way from shoulders to hips, then form-fitted with a wide leather belt. But what is the right length? Bteal the scene in a Gibson length, or if in doubt wear a wrap two inches below the knee, down to the floor or one inch below hemline length. Evening helps the shorter coats take hold, No-wale corduroy's or cut velour are both perfect for after-] five wear. Get the plaids together ki • coat thrown over pants that equally pair up in cuffs. Or chase after life hi a longer length over shorter layers. Hot pants and short skirts, underneath, add non-conforming values. Have fun in a fur, collared and cuffed with leather. Oozy, shaggy, foxy, is a fur head-hugging piece combined with tent shaped coats. Wider shoulders bring back World War II with a shirt col lared.coat tied trench style. Pocket this look and add matching suede gloves. Also the revival of the long lost hood fits into adaptability when worn with a turtle or cowl-necked sweater, Compromise the situation by combining cape with coat. The capelet is an added cape collar which really rings into place. Traditional whiter coats tarn to blazers or long skinny belted jackets. Blazers really cut it in tapestry or solids of red to heather. Exclusive and arresting fabrics make this style come iota focus. These bold jackets over gored or low pleats really give a clearcot view. For riding jackets it's a different story. They are softly smoothed over the waist and flanked with side pockets that match up to a wide lapel. Tail­ ored but soft is the true thirties' look. Battle jackets march forth in polished style, burnished with buttons and structured for a close fit. Or go the sophisticated route in a nubby tweed that's been long since forgotten but has come back soft and easy fitting in pale to dark shades. Jean Dickhut Chosen Queen SCOTT CITY - Miss Jean Dickhut was crowned fastball homecoming queen in a brief pre-game ceremony October first at the Scott Ciry-Leoti game She was crowned by Skip Numrich, senior quarterback for the Scott City Community High School Beavers. Lynette Spangler, escorted by Bill Payne, and Karen Schoonover escorted by Skip Crist were the senior class atendants. Rae Brown escorted by Dwight Stoppel was the junior class attendant and Dallas Strohm was the sophomore class attendant and her escort was Dean Plymel. Amy Dryer and Brad Krebs were the crown bearers. The snake dance and the burning of the 'Leoti Indian" Thursday, Sept. 30, helped to boost the Beavers onto victory. I Homecoming Observance Is Tonight By JERRY ROCKHOLD Fakfield High School LANGDON - The Fairfield Falcons host the Buhler Crusaders tonight in a crucial Mid- Kansas League game for both teams. Prior to the opening kickoff, Fairfield High School will crown a new homecoming queen. Five girls are vying for the title, three seniors and two juniors. Elaine Kuhns, a 57" senior, has blond hair and blue eyes. She is president of Y-Teens and is a member of the girls' varsity tennis team. Elaine is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhns, Arlington. Carla Buckwalter, senior a 5'4" brunette has brown eyes. She is editor of the yearbook and a member of Y-Teens. Carla is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buckwalter, Turon. i' Doreva Holmes, also a senior, is 5'4" tall, has brown haid and hazel eyes. She is active in Y- teens and Pep Club. Doreva is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Holmes, Turon. Cindy Loudenback, a 5'1" jun ior, has dark brown hair and green eyes. She is head varsity cheerleader and is active in Pep Club and Y-teens. Cindy is th daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Loudenback, Abbyville Kathy Schroeder, a 5'7" junior, has light brown hair and brown eyes. She is a B-team cheerleader and is active in Pep Club and Y-teens. Kathy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Schroeder, Arlington. After the game a homecoming dance will be held in the gym, All students and alumni of Fairfield are welcome. Music will be provided by "The Beginning' and will be sponsored by student council. Top Ten Songs By ED KLIMEK One of the brightest records to be released is the "Imagine" album by John Lennon which includes the single "Imagine," and the plastic ono band featuring Yoko Ono has an upcoming hit in Mrs. Lennon. Tommy James has a follow up to "Draggin' the Line;" it is "I'm Comin' Home." Chicago continues to make top sellers out of old album cuts. This time it's a double single, "Questions 67 and 68" and "I'm a Man." Both aire being played. This week's top 10 songs in Hutchinson, according to the latest KWBW radio survey, are: 1. "Maggie May"—Rod Stewart. 2. "Super Star"-Carpenters. 3. "Rain Dance" — Guess Who. 4. "Where Evil Grows" — Poppy Family. 5. "Smiling . Faces Sometimes" — Undisputed Truth. 6. "Fingers On a WtadmM" —Damnation. 7. "Story in Your Eyes" Moody Blues. 8. "Uncle Albert" - Paul and Linda. 9. "Yo-Yo" - Osmonds. 10. "Some of Shelly's Blues" —Dirt Band. I Hutchinson News Friday, Oct. 8, 1171 Pafe 6A FIVE FAIRFIELD High School girls are vying for the title of 1971 football homecoming queen. They are, from left, back row, Carla Buckwalter, Elaine Kuhns, Doreva Holmes; seated, Kathy Schroeder and Cindy Loudenback. Regional Kay and Kayette Conference Set at Haven By ROGER WILLARD Haven High School HAVEN — About 350 area youths are expected to take part in the Regional Kay and Kayette Conference at Haven High School on Thursday, Oct. 14. Area junior and senior high school youths will meet at a general session in the morning, following regisration and a coffee with sponsors and students. Next year's junior and senior area presidents will be elected in the afternoon session. Opening the general assembly at 1:50 p.m. will be Carol Thalman, president of Haven High School's Kayettes. Senior area president, Jan Corbett, Hutchinson High School, will introduce the guest speaker, Rev. W. E. Thorn, pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Church, Wichita. After Rev. Thorn's speech, the group will break up into a "Drag Session." Theme of these sessions will be "We Are Alive." Outstanding Haven community leaders will serve as adult consultants. A banquet served by the Haven Kayettes will end the day's session. "Is The Store For You" 6no'4 -r7 N. Main You'll hit your stride In comfort with these bold contemporary boots. Real continental styling. J the wild ones f Rich, prthlo-graie eow- hide «Hh soft padded col­ ter. Fully leather lined, •old, deaf tread Vibram Open Monday & Thursday till 8:39

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