Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 23, 1972 · Page 54
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July 23, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 54

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4*:--July 23, 1972 Sunday Ga*ette-Mail Chtrlttton. W«f Vlrflnlt-- Fashion iNow THE TAILORED SUIT In Burgundy Wool SOFTNESS FOR EVENING Jersey and Chiffon Thomas Jernigan Weds Ohio Girl C A N A L WINCHESTER, Ohio--Miss Susanna Bachman Busby, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan G. Busby of Canal Winchester, became the bride of Thomas Watson Jernigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert W. Jernic- gan Jr. of Charleston, W. Va., Saturday at Bexley United Methodist Church in Columbus. The Rev. Ralph Bauserman performed the 2:30 p.m. ceremony. Miss Bonnie Kurth of Orrville, Ohio, was maid of honor. Serving as bridesmaids were Miss Amanda Busby, sister of the bride, Miss Lynn Jernigan, sister of the bridegroom, M i s s Mary Camp of Circleville, Ohio, and Miss Patty Kephart of Bluffton, Ind. Ann and Beth Jernigan, also his sisters, were junior bridesmaids. * * * MARK JANKE of Atlanta, Ga., was best man and ushers included Steve Siegel of Basic Beginner PRINTED PATTERN Newark, Ohio, and George Francis, Steve Campbell, and Thomas Hoaglin, all of Charleston. Following a wedding trip to Bermuda, the couple will reside in Morgantown, W. Va., whore he is a second year medical student at West Virginia University. The bridegroom's parents hosted the reheardal dinner at Ilonka's Provincial House. Luggage 'Wardrobe' Needn't Be Expensive · t By AP Newsfeatures With vacation time here, and families planning exciting trips to far-off places, what's the state of the family luggage? Probably like the proverbial old shoe--beat up, comfortable, but maybe not able to take on the rigors of travel any longer. A recent survey on luggage by Seward Luggage showed that this was the case in most families. But what do you do? Obviously no one can afford to outfit an entire family with new suitcases. One need not despair. New fashion-oriented luggage isn't as expensive as it looks, and one can outfit the entire family with luggage for under $100. It takes planning though. First, decide how many basic pieces of luggage your family needs. Generally speaking, a family of four can vacation with just four bags if they're chosen carefully. O n e arrangement m i g h t work like this: H » w GARMET BAG-This keeps suits, slacks and dresses wrinkle free in transit and organized at the trip's end. It can be hung in the car or folded in the trunk. Most garmet bags also have storage compartments for shoes, cosmetics, wet bathing suits and laundry. Pullman--Play c l o t h e s , sleepwear, underwear, that won't be needed until you reach your vacation spot, can go in this large bag. Each family m e m b e r 's clothing, can be packed in layers, separated by cardboard sheets. Weekender--A small bag that holds one change of clothing and overnight things for each member of the family is the only bag you need to unpack while you are on the road. This will eliminate time-consuming repacking of the car trunk in the morning. MRS. T. W. JERNIGAN . . . f o r m e r Susanna Busby Volunteer Coffee Slated The volunteers of the Good As New Shop of the YWCA will be honored with a coffee at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in the lounge of the YWCA, 1114 Quarrier St. Any one interested in doing volunteer work in the shop is invited to the coffee. Plans for the reopening of the shop will be announced. Tote Bag--This is a boon for the handy storage of cosmetics, sun tan lotion, medicines, toys, and books for the kids. FOUR WAYS bcautifi;' and. fl.hi/nys quick and rnxn' Sew this classic basic in linen or poll/ester knit or cotton blend for s u m m e r or any season. Printed Pattern -4718: NEW Half Sizes lO'.-i, 12'-, 14''2. IG'-i. IS 1 /:;, 2fl'/ 2 . NEW Misses Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, Ifi. 18. ' SEVENTY - FIVE CENTS for each pattern--add 25 cents {or each pattern jor Mr Mail and Special H a n d l i n g . Send to Anne Adans. Care of Sunday daze-itc - Mail Pattern nr.pi., 243 Wf.st ] l t h St., New York. .V. Y. 10011. Prim. NAME, ADDRESS tniri Z/P. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. FINAL WIND-UP SPRING SUMMER FASHIONS NOW OFF group DRESSES Values to S 30. Remember--It's a Quality Shop Sale--Dependable! Coty Award Winner Tells All By Patricia Shelton From the day John Anthony opened his own womenswear firm 14 months 'ago his comp e t i t o r s have mumbled, sighed and even screamed, "How does he do it?" "It's simple," says Anthony, who's turning out elegance at a third or less the price others are charging for it. "I take less markup." That elegance was has just won him the 1972 Coty American Fashion Critics' Winnie Award--the Oscar of fashion --and Anthony says with supreme confidence, "You haven't seen anything yet!" Coming from anybody else, that statemet might seem a little presumptuous. But coming from a guy who built a 2'/z million business in 12 months in one of the toughest markets in the history of American fashion, it seems perfectly plausible. His collection for fall and winter is one of the few in the entire market that has a distinct "look" about it, and it all boils down to high quality, low key drama. He goes from the extremes of simplicity and strict tailoring for day- wear, mainly suits and coats, of the epitome of softness for evening. * * * MOST OF his suits are in menswear fabrics, another reason why he has been able to keep his prices down. "I go to menswear fabric houses and get material for $6 a yard. It tailors well, and it gives me better performance than a lot of the $50 stuff some of the others are using. But the important thing is that it doesn't look cheap," he explained. He also steers clear of high-priced fabrics for most of his evening clothes, with an Plaids Are 'In The word is out that plaid will be the big pattern for men's wear in the latter half of 1972. Look for it in everything from ties to outerwear, says the Men's Fashion Association, and in big bold plaids as well as small neat designs. Hoit; Can I? Q. How can I impart a faint, lasting scent of violets to my hankies? . · A. Break up one-fourth ounce of orris root into a muslin hag, and put this into the boiler for a short time when boiling your hankies. occasional splurge into the stratosphere. "My meat is $200 to $260 retail, day and evening, i go above it, but that's where T intend to keep the bulk of my production," he commented. Anthony opened his first collection, for fall 71, with his strength in coats and suits, which isn't surprising since he had spent 11 years designing coats and suits for Devon- brook and later Adolph Zelinka. By his second collection he had become a man for all hours, proving he chould handle chiffon as well as a men- swear check. "The gowns are the most exciting to me," he said, "I'd never put my hand to dress until I got out on my own." ANTHONY SAID the last couple of years he was a "coat and suit man" he hated his work. "I wanted to do everything, and I wanted to be my own man," he continued. He wanted to be his own man so much, he said, that he turned down an $80,000-a-year job offer from Gunter Opp"n- heim to design coats and suits for Modelia. Oddly enough, it was Oppenheim who decided to take a chance and back him a year later--after he had gotten 27 straight No's from other people. Time after time he got JOHN ANTHONY Star Designer the same stories: They didn't have a penny to spare, or he was nuts to think he could turn out that kind of product for the price he wanted to charge. "We did $2V 2 million our first year. We've taken Sl'i million in orders for fall. We're so busy it's lunacy around here," Anthony said, adding that he loves this kind of lunacy. "I may work myself to death...! do everything. I don't have an assistant, never did...Nothing is shipped out of here until I approve it...I don't even have a secretary," he said. INSTEAD OF pulling samples from his fall collection to show at the Coty awards presentation Oct. 19, he intends to start work on a special collection as soon as he and his wife. Molly, and their 11-year- old son, Marc, get back from a two-week vacation. "They'll be winter pieces, and I want them to be the ultimate in elegance." At the same time he will be ·working on his spring '73 collection, which he will show to buyers late in October. Then comes the surprise. "You'll see a whole new concept for spring. Everything will be soft, soft, soft. No hard lines. You'll see construction, because clothes can't be two seams. They must be built. But they'll be as soft as tailored clothing can go." Anthony, 34, is frequently referred to by store buyers as "The young (Norman) Norell." The two have never met. Noreil, however, was one of the first to send a congratulatory telegram after the Coty announcement. Anthony said it read simply. "Congratulations. Norman Noreil," and it was the one that touched him most. lee street at hale stately columns of silver for beautiful bridal gifts Choose these handsome corinthian silver- plated candlesticks. Their classic styling is beautifully simple and it's a gift (or a bride of today's or on anniversary present to cherish for years 1o come. t«p,,,$20. You'll look mort feminine.,. exclusive Cross Your Heart* Bra styling for youthful support and separation. You'll feel more feminine... beautiful and daring sheer transparent cups. Trimmed in beautiful lace...with cool sheer elastic back and sides for perfect around-the- body fit and comfort. 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