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1C -My 20,1975 Stutdhnr Guette-JfcuJ Chtntafift, 1MW Inside Fashion Adolfo: 'Not China of Today' By Engetk Skcpparf NEW YORK-What will be next fall's most popular uniforms? Though Adolfo showed his new fall made-to-order collection for'the first time the other day at the St. Regis, he already knows some of the answers. Number one is his contour conscious long crochet dinner dress with a slightly Chinese look about the mandarin collar and the silk frog fastenings at the neck. Mary Miragliotta Marries G. P. Watkins on Saturday Miss Mary F. Miragliotta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miragliotta of 2389 Savory Dr., became the bride of George P. Watkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Watkins of Huntington, at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Anthony Church. The Rev. John Lipinski officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Ronald Harris. , The bride was given in marriage by her father. Debbie Orlandi was maid of honor for her cousin and Mrs. Bridget Blevins was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Linda Miragliotta, sister-in-law of the bride, Miss Patricia Watkins, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. Kathy Hensley and Mrs. Jean Riggins. Kim Hall and Ritchie Miragliotta, nephew of the bride, were flowergirl and ringbearer. * Â» Â» ROGER WATKINS was best man for his brother. Ushers were Anthony Miragliotta and Chris Miragliotta, brothers of the bride, Fred Watkins, brother of the bridegroom, Mike Hensley and Fred Holland. Following a reception at Humphreys Pine Room with music by the Mel Gillespie Orchestra, the couple left for a wedding trip to Huntington. They will live in Huntington. MRS. G.P. WATKINS . . .former Mary Miragliotta Mrs. Watkins graduated from Marshall University with' a degree in elementary and special education. Her husband is a senior at M.U., where he is majoring in business management. He is employed by Sears, Roebuck and Co. The Wonder of Crochet ; 718 - SEND HER SNUGLY off to 4 . - school or out to play in this outfit. Crochet coat from neck down all in one .'piece. No seams to sew. Use bulky * yarn. Directions for coat, long scarf, Â· beret in Sizes 4-10 included. : 509 - ROMANTIC SHAWL has vivid ; 3-dimensional roses, Crochet 7x7Vz- Â· inch triangles in three colors and join I into this cozy beauty. Lovely gift for a * friend or member of your family. Join- I ing chart, easy directions included. * fl.OO for each pattern - add 25 cents - each pattern, for First-Class Mail and 1 Special Handling. Send to LAURA ; WHEELER, Sunday Gazette-Mail Nee- dlecraft Dept, Box 161, Old Chelsea : Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print 2 Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. The source of inspiration -- our new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog! 180 designs, 3 printed inside. Send 75$ now. New! Nifty Fifty Quilts $LOO New! RIPPLE Crochet $1.00 Sew + Knit Book $1.25 Needlepoint Book $1.00 Flower Crochet Book $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Money Book $1-00 Instant Macrame Book $1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans #14 $1.00 12 Prize Afghans #12 50$ Book of 16 Quilts #1 50$ Museum Quilt Book #2 50$ 12 Quilts for Today #3 ....50$ Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs 50$ The Duchess of Windsor has already taken it home with her in black with beige polka dots to wear at parties in Paris. Other versions in navy and white or beige and brown are scattered around the country from coast to coast. A casual cardigan sweater in the same colors always completes each costume. The Oriental look is nothing new to Adolfo. He has always liked it, but he goes farther this year in jackets of genuine Chinese brocade with marabou feathers. They are cut short with kimono sleeves and worn over long knit sheaths. "They are old Chinese, classical but exotic. They are not at all the China of today," says Adolfo. * * * THE CHINESE jacket is just part of his plan to provide his customers with the evening separates that they seem to like so much. Last spring he sold his hand- painted organdie pinafores and picturesque blouses to at least 300 women for $695 each. His equavalents for fall, he hopes, are long wraparound skirts of velvet in deep brilliant colors that he likes with long- sleeved blouses of chiffon that shade from pale to dark. The pair can become a trio with a braid-bound, velvet bolero and a foursome with velvet slacks. Not all his customers, though, are in the mood for separates, so Adolfo provides them with chiffons that are right out of the late shows. Made in a marvelous dirty no- color that he calls absinthe, they have glittering beaded tops, shoestring straps and skirts cut in uneven, handkerchief points. Sheaths, both long and short, are real flapper dresses, band-beaded from neck to hem by Adolfo's Oriental work team. The daytime uniform in Adolfo's collection is the crochet suit that his customers buy fresh every season. Adolfo, who never kids himself, has always acknowledged his debt to Chanel. Some of the latest versions have her classical, shortish, swinging jacket, one with a contrasting stitch around the edge to look like braid and a longer version with an already crocheted in belt, though Adolfo likes a real one worn over it. His latest has an art nouveau pattern, crocheted in three colors down the front. * * * IN THE collection, Adolfo also likes full- length crochet coats, tweedy gray and brown mixtures that have long collars of badger or fox. They are worn over matching dresses. One thing Adolfo doesn't have to worry about is customers who insist on exclusive designs. Except when they ask for a special neckline or color, Betsy Bloomingdale, Jan Cdwles and Nan Kempner don't mind the least bit. meeting their best friends at the same party in the same dress. It's better by the dozen, they believe. SPICY PATIO MIX In an electric skillet set at 200 degrees, combine 6 tablespoons butter, 2Vz teaspoons soy sauce, 1 teaspoon seasoned salt and Â¥4 teaspoon onion powder. Add 2 cups each bite-size crispy corn, rice and wheat squares and 1 cup broken pretzel sticks; mix well. Cover. Heat at 250 F. for 15 minutes (lid vents open). Stir twice. Cool on absorbent paper. Yield: 7 cups. * * * FLAVOR "ZIP-UPS" FOR TOMATO JUICE Try a dash of lemon juice along with a choice of oregano leaves or celery salt... or for a "some like it hot" touch, try chili powder, next time you enjoy a glass of chilled canned tomato juice. All From Designer Adolfo's Fall Collection The Two-Piece Dress, Dotted Crochet Sheath, Evening Separates and Badger-Collared Coat Costume Clubwomen Schedule Variety of Activities Ittmifor the Sunday Gasette-Mail Club Calendar mutt be tubmitted on pott card* to the Women''* Department of the Gaiette by 4 p.m. Wednetday. Monday Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:30 p.m., Humphreys Memorial United Methodist Church, 14th Street and Grosscup Avenue, Dunbar, visitors welcome, call 768-3360 for information. Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary to El- Kana Post 81W, 7:30 p.m., Post Home, 1634 Sixth Ave., business meeting, election of junior vice president, refreshments. Tiskelwah Chapter 45, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Scottish Rite Temple, school of instruction by Virginia Nester, hostesses Jewel Copley, Eloise McElfresh and Alta Floan. Dunbar Chapter 133, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Dunbar Masonic Lodge, social hostess Cloteen Asbury. Tuesday Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, invitational, coffee and rolls 8:30 a.m., shotgun start 9 a.m., hostesses Mrs. Calvin Reinking and Mrs. Harold Burke. Kanawha Country Club Women's Golf, tee-off time, 9 a.m., low net, hostesses Mrs. Alex Gettman, Mrs. John Kaemmerer and Mrs. James Rector. Chelyan Chapter 101, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Hall, hostess Mrs. Julia Payne. American Baptist Women of Emmanuel Baptist Church, 7:30 p.m., f i l m : "Poetry and Literature of the Bible" will be shown. Wednesday Meadowbrook Women's Bridge Assn., 9:30 a.m., reservations, call 744-0181. Kanawha Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., for reservations call Mrs. M. R. Hammill, 1350 Morningside Dr. Berry Hills Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reservations by noon Monday with Mrs. Leland Anderson, 342-3676 or Mrs. Milton Morehead, 343-1040. Thursday Women of the Moose, friendship meeting, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Roy Samms Jr., 1585 Quarrier St., plans for coming year. Salina Chapter 81, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple, Maiden, social chairman Gladys White. Friday Benu Ra Court 77, Ladies of the Oriental Shrine, 6 p.m., cookout, home of Mr. and Mrs. William Fulwider, Hurricane, husbands invited. American Legion Post 20 and Auxiliary, 6 p.m., dinner, Post Home, Dickinson Street, joint installation ceremony. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:30 p.m., Baptist Temple, for information call 342-8870. FOSTQRIA CRYSTAL AND PICK ARC CHINA CAN BE YOURS WHETHER YOU'RE A BRIDE OR NOT. One of the most rewarding aspects of living and entertaining graciously is'set- ting an attractive table that fits your present life style. Regardless of age, the time is perfect to start the service you have always wanted. ; Start today! See our complete collection of fine china and crystal. LILLYS JEWELERS "For gifts you'll give with pride" DUNBAR VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER DUMA! IOCAN NEWMARTINSVILLE SPICED PEACHES AND PRUNES drain 1 can (29 ounces) cling peach halves, prserving 6 cup syrup. Melt Â¥4 cup butter Â·in saucepan; add 1 teaspoon ground carda- mon seed and V* teaspoon ground cinnamon; simmer gently 2 minutes. Add Â¥4 cup honey and reserved peach syrup. Stir to blend. Add peach halves and 1 cup pitted prunes; simmer 10 minutes. Serve hot or cold. Yield: 8 portions. Young People Survey Shows High Hopes Is the American Dream dead? .Hardly. Not for lack of young dreamers, anyway, reports the Institue of Life Insurance. Here is what the Institute found in a 1974 survey of people between the ages of 14 and 25 when it asked them to rank items by how essential they were to have in the future: "Ownership of a home" as at the top of the list for young Americans. Next in order of preference were: a pension plan, a savings account of at least $5,000; life insurance amounting to at least $50,000; a college education. Rounding off the list of selections were: a new car, an air air-conditioned home, an opportunity to travel abroad, a stereo system, a master's degree, a color TV set and a dishwasher. According to the Institute, which has been surveying young people since 1970, there is a trend toward more "conventional" lifestyle preferences. For example, in a 1974 survey, 43 per cent of young males questioned predicted that within 15 years, their lifestyle would be that of an executive or professional. Only 34 per cent predicted this lifestyle for themselves in 1970. Team our shirts and slacks. Both 20% off Sale 12.80 Reg. $16. Long sleeve shirt jacket is texturized woven polyester suraline. Loden green, moss, rust and white. 5-15. Sale 8.80 Reg. $11. Coordinating texturized woven polyester suraline slacks. High rise step-in style. In loden green, rust, and white. 5-15. How Can I? 83rd ANNUAL SUMMER SHOE SALE Â« Q. Is there any way I can renovate some I vacuum bottle corks that have shrunk so I they are no longer tight enough for the I bottles? Â· A. Boil these corks in a covered pan for la few minutes, and they will expand en- lough to fit tightly into the bottles again. :Beats buying new corks for old bottles! Q. How can I clean plastic upholstery? A. Plastic upholstery can be safely cleaned with a cleaning wax to keep it shiny and new-looking. 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 4 p.m. Wednesday. CLEARANCE NOW EVEN GREATER SAVINGS on Women's Shoes Regular 13Â°Â° to 30Â°Â° 14 " Life Stride t Cobblers Â· Naturalizer Miss America Â· Bass Â· Clark's Men's Summer Shws Itandbojs KCwM 25* !Â· Sine* 1192 22S Capitol St.