Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 24
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 24

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 6, 1975
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6,1975 Hot Season For Fur Coats C«*r«iW. 4*4! SSSSSSffiSKSS Walker-Miller Vows Said unmrtfoioWx By Eugenia Sheppard NEW YORK-This is the season when {iwst furs are off to a chilly summer in a storage vault. At the same time, illogical- K. stores and long-range-planning women are looking at thelatest minks, sables, beavers, foxes and lesser furs in well- known designer collections. ' Bill Blass. whose furs are made by Re- Villon. !o\es beaver for next winter Bea- jer has always had a marvelous powder put: quality and his beavers come in rich tulors such as forest green, deep purple, iurgundy red and oxtord gray for a shirt Jacket, they make a great show and are Avo'l priced under the mink thai he has ir. Jpvery shade. ; Just as color!ul as his beavers are the X'oxes--red. silver, black ap.ii one ot those Jluffy white tox coats ihat takes you right Jack to the "40s and the late, late films. Al- Vavs a lover of the blond shades. Bill has ioais and jackets of natural amber fox. we of the world's best furs to set off a blond. B * * BILL BELIEVES in jackets and shows as many, if not more, of them than full- length coats. Probably the gem of the collection in his black broadtail coolie jacket, stitched to look as if it were quilted and lined in black satin. As the accessory of the year, to wear over either slacks or slinky evening dresses, it's well worth its S5.000 price tag. Some of Bill's other jackets are the classic hacking length and others are blazers. shirt types--slit and curved at the sides-or even pea jackets. Both coats and jackets introduce the newest shape that has appeared in the fur collections this season--the narrow little body with soft, full sleeves. Very feminine, it comes off well in both a sable jacket and coat. The most expensive item in the collection, the sabel coat, costs $12,000. Other newcomers in Bill's collection for Revillon are the black cire raincoat, lined in black fox. the classic reefers, including a gray-beige Swakara, and unplucked nutrias, very sporty, and a shade that suggests a slightly graying blond. Whether coats or jackets. Bill showed most of them with ultrasuede shawls wrapped around the shoulders and. occasionally, long fabric capes to protect the fur and the fur wearer. Halston's new furs have the elegant, mysterious quality of the legendary international lady spy. The minks and sables are cut close to the body and belted and tied around the waist. They are always worn with the collars turned up high and the hands buried in deep, slit pockets. .Miss Deaise Gail Miller, daughter rf Mrs. Bonnie Milter Moooey of 4404 Crede Dr.. became the bride of Robert Lee Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvilk Walker of 1814 Littkpage Ave.. at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday in the home of bride's mother. The Rev. Warren Anderson officiated. » · » THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her uncle. Butch Miller, and Mrs. Judi Knight was matron of honor for her cousin. Mrs. Sandy Richardson, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid and the bride's cousin. Mark Allen Miller, was ringbearer. The bridegroom's father served as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Walker are honeymooning at Hawks Nest State Park. They will live at 1403 1 2 Red Oak St. She is a graduate of Sissonville High School and is employed by Charleston Distribution Service, a division of Point Express. He graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and is employed by Purity Baking Co. 214 CAMTOL STREET X-: MRS. R.L. WALKER , . . former Denite Miller Jenny Campbell Saturday Bride Village Chapel Presbyterian Church was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Jenny Campbell to Andrew C. Berg. MRS. A. C. BERG . . . former Jenny Campbell She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Campbell of Tower Drive and his parents are Capt. and Mrs. Arthur C. Berg of Alpena, Mich. The Rev. Conrad G. Crow performed the ceremony and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Organist was Mrs. Sharon Curnutte. lowed the ceremony in the church fellowship hall. A graduate of DuPont High School, Mrs. Berg is a former employe of Union Carbide Corp. She plans to enroll in court reporting next fall. Her husband graduated from Alpena High School and Michigan Technical Universtiy. He is an electrical engineer for Carbide in California. After a honeymoon trip across country, the couple will make their home in Anaheim, Calif. Formal Wear For Your EDDING Tke Nan port Coordinates avaiableinl2 exciting colors | with matching coats, pants, vests, shirts and ties plus formal shoes. Sen inp Qiarloton since 1951 ADAMS THOUGH HALSTON belives firmly in the quality appeal of both mink and sable and shows mink in all its exotic mutations includng pink (it takes a bit of imagination to see the rosy tinge), his collection also caters to lesser spenders. He shows a big. luxurious cyster white beaver and moleskin dyed red. deep green or a new chamois color, natural gray squirrel, very tailored and skinny and looking more than its price, and 'black and white Swakara that looks almost like a contemporary print. Both Paris designer Pierre Cardin and American Stepehn Burrows are represented in the new Michael Forrest collection, which has appeal for fur collectors of all ages. Among the very young pieces in the collection are Cardin's mink jacket dyed a soft, not garish, navy that could be worn over anything from evening clothes to jeans and the same designer's cape coat of mink pieces. The Ifat cape and the skinny ^princess coat can be worn separately. Cardin has a real feeling for both shape and;color in furs. The new coats are designed for all kinds of figures, some cut really skinny and others just slightly full frojn'high yokes that still are slim. Among the color effects are the striped raccoons anchfoxes made by layering two shades so that one raccoon suggests a rust-and- green-striped tweed. An amusing coat of white polar raccoon is layered in a chevron pattern and tied at the-collarless neck with white leather strings. Stephen Burrows makes a special effort for young wearers with tender budgets.:; though for the more sophisticated he includes a white ermine evening jacket with a scalloped edge and a quilted Chinese jacket or gray boradtail. The Forrest collection always does well byiraccoons and. this time, has them in their natural stripes, cognac or dyed to look like fisher. How Can If Q. How can I remove a buildpup of olc wax that has accumulated on my linoleum 0 A. Scrub it with a solution of two parts water and one part alcohol. Q. How can I remove perspiration stains from fabrics? A. On washables, sometimes only dry cleaning is the answer. But first try sprin kling water-moistened cornstarch on the area, then brushing off when it is dry. On washables, ordinary laundering is usually sufficient, but if not sponge the area with vinegar. P. How can I treat heat marks on furniture? 'A. These can usually be obscured with camphorated oil. The best method is to stroke the affected area lightly with a soft clbth moistened with the oil, then to run immediately with a clean, dry cloth. Then rejrax. $. How can I make a good job of cleaning; piano keys? A. With a soft cloth dipped in alcohol, or with a paste made by combining fine whit- inf and !.emon juice. Wipe tbe keys clean with a damp cloth after each application. j5- How can I discourage the invasion of ants into my household? "A. For some reason or other, uU hate cucumber skins. Keep this around their utaal karats, aw! they'll scram! J. How can I reclaim vegetable glue that is dry and hardned? A. By addifig some hot vinegar, trop by drop, and stirring as yon go. ATTENDING THE bride was Mrs. Diana Hill and those attending the bridegroom were Robert Fleming, Roy Keeney and Spencer Campbell. A reception fol- Fonnal \\ ear RrntaU 114 MocForiori SI. Mt 343-2857 In ft. AlUm 71 Main Street Ph. 727.0471 Open MwKlav Hfchli 'li 8:00 p.m. Over 2000 Pairs Great Reductions Twice a year we bring you this wonderful opportunity for savings! A variety of styles -- dressy, tailored casual and sandals. Famous Brands SALE PRICES Naturalizer. Fanfares Life Stride Joyce Miss America Foot Flairs Cobblers Sandier of Boston 7 90 to 13 90 Values $14 to $28 Parking :*M .?* ;V "5 1 I :'i4 A JL A ^M* ft HE PANT DRESSES 16.9919.9929.99 Values to 28. Values to 30. Values to 50. Solids and Novelties. Long and Short Sleeves Sizes 8 to 20 and 14 '/. to 26 M * * Second and Third Floors 1':V Junior Size Sportswear SUMMER PANTS 9.99 AND 11. 99 · Values to 22. Polyesters, Poly/Cotton and Miracle Blends SUMMER TOPS off SELECTED FROM STOCK Assortment of Tops in Summer Fabrics and Colors SWIM SUITS 7.99,o 11.99 Values to 20. Solids, prints in Nylons and Gauzes Second Floor fctt¥SWi^^ JWIMSUITS SEPARATES Values to 16.50 Off Bra Tops, Bikinis Briefs Second Floor a !i t'j i r «. !* * ! fi£ « · · ^T/ I/ B % SAtcWIES' $OU TM CHIUSTOII 600 0 ' S T R E E T PHONE 744-138 Misses Size SUMMER PANTS 11.99 Values to 20. Fashion styles in Woven and Knit Fabrics. Sizes 8 to 18 Third Floor SSSSSSmSffiSffiBS^^ SLEEPWEAR LOUNGEWEAR 1/3.... Famous Name Pegnoirs, Long Gowns, Robes, Waltz Length and Short. SUMMER GOWNS 5.99 Regular 10 Baby Dolls, Waltz and Long Gown Styles CHILDREN'S WEAR Dresses, Sports wear, Swim- wear and Sleepwear ' · "· .^Fourth Floor PRE-TEEN FASHIONS ,_^^ H \TER\I IV HEAR off Fourth Floor . · m3®8^^ Selected Group v SUMMER SHOES 12.99,. 20.99 Values to 42. CASUAL AND DRESSY STYLES Street Floor ·» ; «g 1 Foot wear By PAPPAGALLO 12.99 to 16.99 Values to 33. Second Floor SUMMER JEWELRY Pendants, Chains, Earrings in new Whites, Pastels, Gold and Silver Street Floor , Summer HANDRAGS 9.99 Values to 18. Leather Look, Vinyls, Organiz-^ : ers. Shoulder Bags, Totes, f Black, White, Navy, Bone. Misses : W-ORDINATED SPORTSWEAR 1/3 ... FAMOUS NAMES Pants, Jackets, Skirts, and Tops. Sizes 8 to 18. Third Floor

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