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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 61

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8E--July 16, 1972 The Soft Sunday Gazett«*Mail Charleston, W«it Vlr»ln!» Fashion Now By Patricia Shelton Five weeks after fashion designer Anne Klein showed her new fall line to buyers, she had to hang a "Sorry, no more orders" sign on her showroom door. "We've written $4,200,000 worth of orders. We can't handle anymore," said Chip Rubenstine, Miss Klein's husband and business manager. "I've never seen anything like it!" He said pants outsold skirts four-to-one, but that dresses sold as well as pants. "Figure Shinn-Raad Rite Held In Morgantown Chapel MORGANTOWN-St. John's Chapel here was the setting for the Saturday afternoon wedding of Miss Deborah Lee Raad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon J. Raad of Mannington, and James Doy Shinn II, son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Shinn of Charleston. The Rev. Edward Hofler officiated and only members of the immediate families were present. Music was provided by Mrs. William Healy. * Xs * GIVEN IN MARRIAGE by her father, the bride wore a long white A-line gown of panne volure with Venise lace appliques on the cuffs of the long Ml sleeves and on the mandarin neckline. The same lace was appliqued · to the short train and she wore a picture hat with white satin bow and streamers. She carried pink roses, white carana- tions and baby's breath. Miss Karen Shinn, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and Tom Cross served as best man. Following a reception at Newman Hall, the couple left for a short wedding trip. They will live at Rt. ~8, Box 50, Morgantown. MRS. J. D. SHINN II . . . former Deborah Raad MRS. S H I N N graduated from Mannington High School and attended Fairmont State College. She is a secretary at West Virginia University. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from Sissonville High School and is a civil engineering major at West Virginia University, where he is a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity. Child's World of Craft 721--ROCK-A-BYE BABY in rose petals. Proud parents will cherish fairytale sampler. Easiest embroidery. A thrifty gift. Transfer 12 x 16", simple directions. 958--SHE'LL WHIRL OUT HAPPILY in pleated- skirt suit. Knit cabled jacket in one piece, from neck down, including' sleeves. Can be worn as separates, too. Sizes 2-12 included. 849--POLKA DOT PENGUINS, plaid frogs, print fish--let your imagination run riot for a set for towels, curtain trims. Four 5 x 7" motifs, two 4'/Hi',.", patch patterns. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern--add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling 1 . Send to Laura Wheeler Sunday Gazette-Mail 32 Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. 1972 Needlecraft Catalog --Knit, crochet, embroider gifts, fashions. Free directions. 50c. Instant Macrame Book -- Basic, fancy knots. Pattern. $1. .NEW Easy Art of Hairpin Crochet has 26 patterns. $1. Instant Crochet Book--Step-by-step pictures, patterns. $1. Complete Instant Gift Book--More than 100 gifts. $1. Complete Afghan Book -- $1. 16 Jiffy Rugs Book. 50c HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALON LOOK YOUR LOVELIEST Just For You Get a gentle body wave and have soft, natural styl- I ing that lasts much longer t and is easier to control. Reg. 10.00 RAYETTE ST75 WAVE / *·«. 17.SO PROTEIN M2 75 «. g, $25.00... $13.25 OTHER $* WAVES 0 50 It CA DM OO FROSTING wmcMM* COMPLETE I HAIRCUT « r?; i SHAMPOO A SIT MAW I T wrrMCOuPbN ROW 1J , $HOtTHAIR NO APPOINTME NT NECESSARY Appointments Mondoy, Tutidoy, Thursday A Friday Hollywood Beauty Salon 711 WIST. fH.J4J.4547 that one out," Rubenstein commented. What makes Anne Klein a sell-out whale numerous other big name houses would be happy with just $1 million worth of orders? Apparently it's the Anne Klein touch, that started a business from zero five yers ago and did about $11 million in sales in 1971. Her touch for fall is soft. There isn't a hard line in her entire collection that's overflowing with blouson battle jackets, swinging toppers and the most voluminous kimono coats in the New York market. Even her blazers are soft and roomy, a turn-around from her strictly tailored sporstwear of earlier seasons. * * * MANY OF her colors are whisper soft, like seafoam green, silvery blue, rosey beige into rust and browns in suede, shetlands, heathered herringbones and m u t e d plaids. Then there's a group of claret leathers before she gets into sophisticated black and creamy white, especially for evening. If you want flash, there's a chrome yellow or an orangey red with black. Technically, her collection is no longer sportswear. It's coordinates for casual dressing that will take you into the really fancy dress occasions if you want to look as right as right can get and still be comfortable. You put the parts together any way your body and your life dictate. The pants to watch are her leathers rolled up to the knee. They aren't for everybody, but the kids are rolling up their jeans again, and you know what happens, when the kids get into something. She's still doing knickers, too, but her big sellers are the super- long pleated styles and the skintight ones that flare from the knee.. Skirts.take to four lengths- knee, midi, maxi and floor- length. She also had a few midi coats, shown with boots for sub-freezing winters. Coats go full, whatever their length including her famous belted trenchcoat. As for the wrap that's flooding New York, you haven't seen a posh one until you see hers in a bright orange wool. MISS KLEIN'S also onto the sweater set and the double shirt and dickey track this season, but it's the way she gets it all together that makes it interesting. Her sweater dresses, short and long, have sold far beyond expectations, Rubenstein said. The big number for day is a striped one with hood and dolman sleeves. For evening, buyers have been grabbing up the floor-length sweater ensembles in pale green lurex and white angora. Part of the Klein pizzaz is in her accessories. When she throws three ropes of pearls around the neck of a sweater suit she also adds a pendant on a silver chain and a silver choker. She completely skipped the pale leg, and went for the dark ribbed or cable stockings with ghillies or boots. And she didn't show a wrapped jacket anywhere in the collection. Miss Kleia had hoped to take the collection to Paris, thus becoming the first American designer to turn the tables on the French who are setting up shop in America. Rubenstein said, however, that the Paris opening which had been scheduled for Sept. 18 has been "temporarily delayed." "We've got to wait until the dollar stabilizes," he a d d e d , "and then we're going." Former Charlestonian Married in Wisconsin MRS. J. L. SMITH . former Martha Breit MILWAUKEE, Wis.-Miss Martha Jill Breit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomas Breit of Milwaukee, formerly of Charleston, W. Va., became the bride of J. Lindley Smith Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lindley Smith Sr. of Richmond, Va., Saturday at Fox Point Evangelical Lutheran Church in Wisconsin. The bride, whose father was general attorney of the CP Telephone Co. of West Virginia, was graduated from Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, Va. Her husband did undergraduate work at Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg, Va., and received a degree from the graduate school of Purdue University in Indiana. His father is vice president and general manager of the Hardesty Candy Co. Diana D osier Bride Of Daniel R. Brillhart Bridal Notice Information on weddings must be in our hands within 14 days after the date of the ceremony to be eligible for publication. There can be no exceptions to this deadline. Only those weddings occurring on the preceding Friday and Saturday can appear in the Sunday. Gazette - Mail, and complete information must be furnished prior to the wedding. The deadline for Sunday engagement and wedding stories is noon Thursday. SCOTT DEPOT--Miss Diana Lynn Dosier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Dosier, became the bride of Daniel Robert Brillhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Brillhart, all of Scott Depot at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Judson Baptist Church in Winfield. The Rev. John Bourn officiated and music was provided by Dana Brillhart, brother of the bridegroom, and Dewey Bourn. * * ¥ GIVEN IN MARRIAGE by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of lace overt acetate styled with an empire bodice, a scalloped neckline, long pointed sleeves, a satin sash and an A-line skirt ending in back fullness. Her three-tier tulle veil was held by lace petals and sequins. She carried a white Bible with white rosebuds. Joyce Karen McCallister was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Deanna Brillhart, sister of the bridegroom, Charlene Hamrick, the bride's aunt, and Deborah Payne. Larry Adkins was best man and ushers were William and Richard Dosier, brothers of the bride, and Roger Harris. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to King's Island in Cincinnati, Ohio. They will live at 106 Carolina Circle, Hurricane. MRS DOSIER, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Sears of Diana and the late I MRS. D. R. BRILLHART . . . former Diana Dosier Mr. and Mrs. Glemmier Dosier of Lewisburg, graduated from Winfield High School. She is employed as pharmacy clerk by Thomas Memorial Hospital. Her husband, a graduate of the same high school, is employed by Excello Cement in Eleanor. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mont Jenkins of Kanawha Two-Mile and the late Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Brillhart of Sissonville. 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N«xt to Kcarse) Th*atr«--Phon* 344-3781 FROM DRESSES TO PANTS WITH ANNE KLEIN Hooded Jersey Maxi (left) and Dolman-Sleeved, Funnel-Collared Pouf Jacket With Flared Pants Brenda Parsons Wed Saturday Miss Brenda P a r s o n s , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Artthur C. Parsons became the bride of Kenneth D. Thompson, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Hollie Thompson, all of Poca, at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Poca United M e t h o d i s t Church. Mr- Thompson officiated and music was provided by Miss Jessie Pring and Mrs. Bertha Sigman. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of white dotted Swiss over peau styled with a square neckline, and long bishop sleeves with wide cuffs and Venise lace trim. The same lace trimmed her full- length mantilla and she carried a white Bible with white roses, carnations and baby's breath. MRS. LANA W H E E L E R was matron of honor for her sister and Miss Gale Patton was maid of honor. Patti and Linda Parsons were bridesmaids for her cousins and Rita Parsons, sister of the bride was junior bridesmaid. Donna Thompson, niece of the bridegroom, was flowergirl. Marvin Thompson was best man for his brother and ushers were Larry Thompson, another brother, Steven Parsons, brother of the bride, and Bill Wheeler, brother-in-law of the bride. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live, in Poca. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Celebrate Anniversary i Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Burgess of Wyoming Street celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Charleston House. Hostesses for the affair were their daughters, Mrs. Betty B. Suptic of Charleston and Mrs. Francis J. Nardi of Roanoke, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess were married in St. Albans July 17, 1922. She is the former Orpha V. Dunlap and he is the former president and owner of Burgess Realty, Inc. 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