Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 55
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 55

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5E--Augu»t_27, 1972 Sunday C«« " ' "h»riMton. West Vlrginl* Society Belle Patented Wiper TARTAN PINWALE SMOCK AND PANTS Available at The Diamond Corduroy Big in Kids 'Fall Togs People are coming back down to earth this year and kids' clothes are coming right along with them. What's more natural than the plush, rugged feel of corduroy, or the rustic patchworks and plaids they comet in for fall? Big news are bright tartans. Plaids and checks have a w i d e range-- windowpanes, taltersalls. block plaids, bold houndstooth checks. Newest are tweedy plaids and corduroys, ribbed or ribless, with a heather look. The nostalgic feeling continues in prints that deceive the eye with the look of knit or needlepoint, embroidered ribbon stripes. Motifs tend to whimsical animals, flowers, vegetables, houses, trees. Colors have a mind and mood of their own as well. Bright and sassy goldenrod, apple red and pasture green offset the tranquil dusk colors -- chocolate b r o w n , smoky blue and deep purple. The clothes themselves are simple and unaffected. When big sister took to -the Army- Navy store for grown-up overalls, little sister wasn't far behind her with her own scaled down variety in durable corduroy, suspendered. buckled, snapped over a matching shirt. SWEATERS * ARE every- g where, over and under. Lay- j ·:·: ered over a man-collared shirt \ :;:· or over the perennial cotton j % t-neck. They go under jump- j :$ ers and vests and smocks with j ·:·: short sleeves to show a sweater-ribbed arm. Dresses relax with princess lines and quiet detail. They go to parties in soft and easy- care ribless corduroy, luxurious as velveteen. Little boys snuggle into no- rib quilted jackets with warm fleecy linings and a definite home-on-the-range air. Robust corduroy pants in prints and solids are standard fare from infant to big brother to papa. The return to simpler days and grandmother's ways is expressed best by the warm, rural connotation of corduroy, with its endless variety of ribs and prints. Corduroy for fall. . . it's only natural! Births Charleston Memorial Hospital Wrislon, Mr. and Mrs. Suford Kelly, Clear Creek, Aug. 3, girl. Nutter, Mr. and Mrs. Elbridge Orton Jr., Cloy, Aug. 3, girl. Cunngharn, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Franklin, 215Kaye-Nev a Lane, Aug. 3, girl. Baiiey, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen, Rt. 1, Liverpool, Aug. 3, girl. Sowards, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Joe, Rt. 1, Hurr cane, Aug. 3, girl. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley, 1410 Mount Vernon Rd., Aug. 4, girl. Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wayne, Hurricane, Aug. 4. girl. Kinneer, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harold, 11° Wlldwood Rd., Elkview, Aug. i, girl, i CoOb. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward, | Rt. 1, Elkview, Aug. 4, girl. FiUwater.Mr . and Mrs. Calvin Clark, M22 Benedict Circle, St. Albans, Aug. 4, McCorm ck. Mr. and Mrs. John Floyd, | 21 Broadway Gardens. Nitro. Aug. 4. girl, j Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lee, R t . | 1, Walton, Aug. 4, girl. ! Devitt, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Allen, 1116 Lee St., Aug. 6, girl. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harrison, | 1073 Waiker Addition, Elkview, Aug. 7, i giri. Moor?, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Le*, ,e»wood, Aug. l. girl. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. John Edwarrt. 1414 Martha Rd., South Charleston, Aug. 8, girl. Craddock, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Denz I, Wallback, Aug.8 , girl. Jarerll. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Michael, Gen, Del Eskdaie, Aug. 8, girl. Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eugene,) Ri. 1, Sod, Aug. 10, girl. Moore, Mr ana Mrs. Robert Luvcrne, «13 Kanawha Ave. SW, South Charleston, Aug. 11, girl. i Hnnakcr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Victor, 116. Circle Dr., Nitro, Aug. 3, boy. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. V.ichgelj Howard, » Whites Ct . St. Albans, Aug. 3, boy. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. William Henry. ?04 Truslow St . Auq 2, boy Spencer, Mr and Mrs. Romie Harold. Gf-n Del . Mranq p'oiirt, Aua *). hov Primo? *, Mr. and Mrs Philip Roy. 109 Viola 96 . Aug. 5. boy. For Fail 72! The Pantsuit Layered look excitement in a? t w o - p a r t n e r to leg it about:; city or campus. White ribs dive:into a s q u a r e d - a w a y tunic;!; checked midway to play it!; matey with snappy checked:pants. Washable 100% Acri-:j Ian" Acrylic. Black or Brown.:; Sizes 10 to 18. · :· By Lynn Reeves Birmingham News Writer BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-W- Before the windshield wiper there were disgruntled motorists and obstructed views. A society belle from Birmingham envisioned a- brighter day. It was in the winter of 1902 that Mary Anderson went to New York and was distressed at the plight of the street car driver. Back in those days a motorist went out on a rainy day with an onion, a plug of tobacco or a piece of carrot. Theoretically, the things were rubbed briskly over the windshield, leaving an oily film which prevented water from collecting. But the theo- ry left » hit t« he desired. When .she returned to Birmingham she made a drawing of a gadget she thought would do the job. A local company made a working model- a s i m p l e , manually-operated arm to remove snow, rain and sleet from thp glass of the modern electric motor car. It was patented under her name in 1903. but did not catch on u n t i l years later. Miss Anderson forgot about the invention. Miss Anderson died in 1953 at the age of 87, no doubt amused that her invention was found two-fold on millions of vehicles. shop mondays and fridoys 10 to 9 CANTRECE PANTYHOSE FIT SMOOTH won't wrinkle bag or sag GRACIE SQUARE POLYESTER KNIT SUITS... TOT ALLY TERR IF 1C FOR HALF SIZES By HARPER Molding of oil ityl Spennli/inri HARPER'S CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING mi c»iui ft.--MI-JIII « (A!t*r HOBTM kr 32.00| The Dress | Cosmetic sweater-dressing isS our body g l o r i f y i n g gamin'·:·; piled w i t h d i c k y contrasts.;:;: White-topped for light-up flat--:;: tery, a swatch of checks, then x solid color. Washable 100%£ A c r i l a n ' A c r y l i c in Black orffi Brown. Sizes 10 to 18. ;S 18.00| DAYTIME DRSSES | Street Floor ;X; Moil and Phone £ Orders filled promptly ·:' Easy care polyester suits in a subtle mixture of tone on tone fall colors. Elegantly tailored for wearing right into fall and winter. Just wash and wear again and again for lopds of fashion compliments. Gracie Square styles these two fashions especially for 1972! Great little gad-a-bouts for window shopping, an afternoon luncheon or an evening out to a show. Colors of Blue and Rusty Red. In Sizes 14 '2 to 22 '/2. 32.00 DRESS CIRCLE--Second Floor Whether you show a lot of leg or a little leg in your 1972 fall fashioni be sure your legs rate a second glance. Contrece 11 nylon won't wrinkle, bag or sag. Great for all occasions, shopping, theatre or simply lounging. They cling and flatter in a rainbow of colors. Colors: South Pacific, Barely There, Topaz, Gentle Brown, Barely Black, Town Taupe or Navy. Sizes P-PM-M-MT-T. 3.00 SPECIAL THIS WEEK doily door priies . . . half dozen Cantrere r II hose will be given away each day during the week of August 28, Come in and register you could be the lucky winner. contract* consultant . . . Dotty Pearcon, a DuPont Fiber Consultant will be in the store Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 30 to the 1st of September to t a l k with you about Cantrece lT1 II pantyhose. livt models in windows . . . You'll see the prettiest legs in town in our Lee Street Window on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Come by and pick your favorite shade?, then come in ond stock up. HOSIERY--Street Floor REALLY GOING PLACES Get the greatest looking footwear going for fall and winter 1 972. Stone and Thomas and Johansen have the styles, fit and feel that ladies love. We show just two classic styles for you to select from in our collection. Stop in and really get going places with Johansen! OLGA ... It's a multi-colored pump that spells out loads of good looks for fall 72. It features the medium high heel but they're so comfortable for walking. Get yours in Brown, Gold suede combinations piped in gold or calf skin in multi patches piped in gold. 30.00 ALCITA -- a shy little shy number that steols the compliments away from other shoes! It features a pipe trim across the toe to accent the color of the shoe. Medium high heel in colors of Black, Brown or Navy Calf 28.00 OLGA A L C I T A Mrs Cdrftl Bnyt!. Rciva. Aug ", bov. Kirnhle, W' ar.d MiUnn. nq V hov Slitl, Mr »nd Mrs RnWrt Ono. Shadysirt* Fart, M AIMT.. Ano Shop mondoys nnd f ndays 1 0 to 9 othpi wppkdoys 1 0 to 5 SHOP SA1ON Slrppt Floor

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