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7E--Sept. 3, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, WMÂ« Vlrslnl* . Fashion Galanos Has Something to Say to All **-^ Â»/ By Patricia SlirKon Only a m i n u t e percent age of the millions of women in the United States can afford to buy clothes with a James Galanos label in them. But Galanos' collection for fall '72 has something to say to all of us: It's time to quit collecting clutter and start building a quality wardrobe again. We'll be happier in the long run. We've heard it all before, from a lot of corners, but this one ought to clinch it--the kind of things that make you want to go ahead and buy good clothes without any fear they'll be dead as a doornail next year. Store buyers have bpen w r i t i n g orders for 50 or mrire stylos at a whack, at prices s t a r t i n g around Sl.ooo. If that's not a vote for "security" buying. I don't know what is, G a l a n o s approaches fall from a f o u n d a t i o n of pants with a neat l i t t l e boxy topper, drawstring tunic overblouse and always a slim skirt to go with them. It's a capsule wardrobe for home or travel if you want top mileage for fashion dollars. Sometimes they're monochromalics. like a beige topper w i t h brown p a n t s and skirl and a taupe crepe overhlouse. Or there's a bright splash of color, like red w i t h black pants and skirt and gray jersey t u n i c . . N K X T CO.MKS flic m a t . HP shows more t h a n over before, most of them in double faced luxury wools. They all have deep armholos for p u t t i n g more t h a n a s k i n n y arm into. Shapes go from easy to swingy, but always f l a t in the waist area, and only two are helteri. The architecture is incredibly b e a u t i f u l . Colors range from a pale gray double-faced in camel w i t h a deeper gray skirt and beige silk jacquard s h i r t , to rich grern. black and the most b e a u t i f u l f u r - t r i m m e d n u m - bers on cither side of t h e A t l a n t i c Ocean. The one al- Former Charleston Woman Seeks Florida Judge's Post FROM THE GALANOS COLLECTION FOR FALL For Building a Quality Wardrobe VERO BEACH, Fla.-Form e r Charlestondan J a n i c e Randall plunked down $1,200 to file for office. What's so very unusual about a woman filing for office? After all, this is the day of Women's Lib. Well, she's seeking to become Indian River County judge . . . and she's not even a lawyer. Furthermore, this is a judicial position, not an administrative title. But Mrs. Randall says: "Although I am a non-lawyer, I feel I am very well qualified to handle the duties of county court judge by reason of my years of experience in the office of county judge and my courtroom experience." THE SOUTH . . C h a r l e s t o n High School g r a d u a t e has been secretary to the present county judge for 14 years. Judge Miles B. M a n k resigned to seek higher office and she is seeking his post. "He's been a good teacher," she says. Vicing w i t h her for the judgeship are two attorneys and a former lawyer in the election to be held Sept. 12. The position pays $24,000 a year. She attended Morris Harv- oy College and worked for (he Chesapeake and Ohio Railway- before moving to Florida in 1955. Divorced, she is the mother of two children. Laura, If!, awl Michael, 9. Her brother. Jack Din-bin, lives in South Charleston, \V. Va. Washington-Turley Rite Held in Baptist Temple Miss Sandra Jean Turley, daughter of Mrs. Nancy Turley of 1455 Calle Rri. and Murhl C. Turley Jr. of 812 Breeze- mont Dr., became the bride of William Lee Washington, son of Mrs. Suellen Washington of Huntington and Billy Lee Washington of Winfieid. Saturday in the Baptist Temple. The Rev. Roland J. Weisser officiated. Lutheran Church Rite- Takes Place Saturday CLOSED LABOR DAY Won., Sept. 4lh Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a long w h i t e lace-trimmed gown styled with a high neckline and long full sleeves. A lace and pearl-trimmed headdress held her illusion veil and she carried pink roses. S C A R L E T T NULL Was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Margie Turley, sister-in-law of the bride, Louann Schmitt and Deborah Means. John Geis was best man and ushers were John Turley. brother of the bride. Kent Washington, brother of the bridegroom, and Kenny Crum. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Hawks Nest. They will live in Powell ton. Mrs. Washington, whoso father is vice president of Commonwealth Gas Corp.. T - . -, ^~~ graduated from George Wash- 1^ -i/-lo l i ington High School and attend- 1 VlLlS Vjrl Miss Elizabeth Ann Wnlfnrd. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Wclford of Nit.ro. became the bride of Allen Lee Mollohan. son of Mr. snd Mrs. Lee Mollohan of Winfieid. al 7:30 p.m. Saturday in fie Grace Lutheran Church in St. Albans. The Rev. John Heller officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Betty Crumbaker. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of ivory sata pcau designed with a lace bib and bishop sleeves bordered with lace ruffles, as was the hemline of MRS. W. L. WASHINGTON . . . /ormer Sandra Turley ed Center College. H e r husband g r a d u a t e d from Bryan Station High School in Lexington. Ky.. and will enter West Virginia Insti- t u t e of Technology as a civil engineering major this fall. Â» Â· Â· Â· * Â· Â» Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· * Baby, it's warm inside Â· ...this snuggly buckskin coat withlj Â· flattering white fake fur that Â·: Â· trims hood, hem and tuxedo front. Â«| I Rust or brown in sizes 8-16 $78.00? I We also have patchwork Jeans in * Â· complementary colors. Think of the* Â· snow job you can do on him this Â» Â·fall! On, you huskies, to... J i RISK'S : Â· kanawha city/shop mon thur til 9* * Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Â» Â· Â· Â» Â· New Twists To Pretzels By AP IVewsfeatures What is a pretzel? "A p r etzel is something that God forgot to untwist." "Pretzels are better for you than girls." These are examples of what elementary school students in Berks County, Pa., came up with when asked, "What is a pretzel?" The schools cooperated when Bachman Foods, Inc., pretzel producer set out to get a better idea of what youngsters think of pretzels. Ten-year-old Steve showed signs of becoming a stand-up comedian. "A pretzel went to jail and when he got out he told the warden, "I'm going straight." * * * CARYN IMAGINED, "A pretzel is coral in the middle, brown velvet on the outside, and on top of these are a million precious diamonds." Alice, age 11. seemed to know how to quiet toddlers. "We lost the passifer (sic) so we gave my baby brother a pretzel, and we have heard 3 word from him since." One 10-year-old, Darrell, wrote, "It is a piece of dough that was in the middle of a robbery and the men saw him and one said, 'Tie him up. Fred.' And he tied him up in his shape.' 1 IN OTTIBR entries some youngsters credited pretzels with everything from getting better presents from Santa Clans at. Christmas' to causing a cat to have 11 kittens! There are secret uses for pretzels too. which the children revealed. Eddie, age nine, claimed. "My grandmother dunks her pretzels in coffee when her teeth hurl, but I'm not supposed to tell t h a t . " A,id Mike. M thought, "A pretzel is something you stick in your school desk when nodoby is looking." Amy. another ifi-year-old, wrote. "A pretzel is something good that 'is too loud to eat late at. night." And. understandably, Joy (ape ciehtl f.iipr', "A ruT-lzrl is snmpth'nc -- -A'rKi-h ft-? r - i K-r very much." MRS. A. L. MOLLOHAN . . . farmer Eli:abeiti Wolford the skirt. Her chapol-l?"^' 1 m a n t i l l a also was bnrdered with lace and ?he carried a cascade of nink rosebuds, while carnations and lilies of the valley. * * * MRS. CAROLYN m : KF was matron of honor for her cousin and bridesmaids were Mrs. Pamela Wolford. her sister- i n -1 a w. and Miss Karen Stump. Keith McCallister was best man and ushers wore Richard Wolforri. brother of the bride, and Dana Spence. Following a reception at the church, the couple left, for ? short wedding trip. They will live in the Westwood Apartments at Cross Lanes. Mrs. Mol'.ohan graduated from Winfieid High School and is a junior secretarial science major at Morris Harvey Collece. She is omnloveH by t h ? Public Service Commission. HER HUSBAND, a gradual? of t h e same high school, nra- jorfd in business administration at Marshall University. He is employed by the 84 Lumber Co. in St. Albans. The bridegroom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at their hcrno. The bridr- was honored with showers given by Mrs. Jeanette Cottrill. Mrs. Carolyn Duff, Mrs. Mabel Landers and M'-s. Pamr-h Wolford. and by Mrs. Jacque Peele and Mrs.' AnsbsM Ross. most all the buyers are grabbing without even asking the price is a cream, black and brown plaid check with stone marten collar over a sheet- wool shirtdress in matching plaid. It's a noun-unti! way to look prosperous. This season Galanos' seams aren't just seams. Often they're hidden zippers t h a t open into pockets--in toppers, coats, suit jackets, skirts, and even on a sheer wool cocktail dress with spaghetti straps over the shoulders. This is real money--only you know they're there. He also takes his d r a w s t r i n g waist into dresses, suit j a c k e t s and coats, across the back from sideseam to sideseam. T I I K R K A R E a lot of day dresses r.nd cna!dresses-- inc l u d i n g chcmisey shapes, kimono wraps and the two-piec- rr w i t h bolted over-blouse. The ones t h a t ought t o tempt any woman out of a life of p a n t s are a couple of chemi- sey camel's hair styles and a bright yellow with a draw .string back. If you want lo show your Ifils ;ifter five p.m., a f t e r last winter's wholesale cover-up, he ;;ives yon 2.'! chances to tin i t . The ones to walch filler to less expensive copies are (he lwo-|iiecc printed satins and jiiciiiKird silks, some w i t h re- versihle button-front skirls, mid I lie floral bonier t a r l s i n "nut chiffon rhemises t h a t :ilsti come hack long for more form;il evenings. And there's every mood of black--a l i t t l e bit prissy in chiffons with white silk collars to a l i t t l e bit wicked in a ferrii hal'.cr seji:ir,ncd tunic over a rippling bias satin skirt. Buying a Galanos gown is buying a dress you'll love to wear as long as there's a t h r e a d in it. Galanos custom- ers got a taste of his printed chiffon chemises and ombred dolman gowns over layers of colors in hand-rolled chiffon last season. For f a l l , they'll get a feast. A couple of chemises have gossamer cardigans in matching print. There's the covered-up look, and the very bare look, and the bares come in tailored wool halter gowns or rich satins with a repeat of those wool toppers. ONE OK his loveliest gowns is the simplest, in pale pink crepe-back s a t i n , another to watch f i l t e r down. The blouse is s a t i n side up. tucked into a skirt crepe side up w i t h pearl buttons down t h e bsck. also a Galanos touch t h i s season In t h r mix category, he uses ombred sequin sleeves on a rope I weed j a c k e t w i t h otnbrrd chiffon s k i r t -- n o t his best, but i t ' s a big. big seller. Day and n i g h t , from flannel p a n t s to c h i f f o n and satin gowns, he shows ropes of jumbo pearls and crystal beads in half a dozen different colors m a t c h i n g his color sequences. For day. he shows a suede pump with stitched leather t r i m on the back. For evening, a s a t i n p u m p . They were made by David Evins. The hat is a high-crown felt with a brim flopping down to the eye- b r o w s . All the way the look is easy, e l e g a n t , u n p r e t e n t i o u s and never, never the middle-age syndrome. I t ' s the mood of (he young and the free, and lo touch it is to covet it. JANICE R A N D A L L filPK for Rare RACHEL RUBEN CATERING SERVICE DINNERS RECEPTIONS FRENCH STYLE-OLD WORLD FLAVOR PH. 343-7631 FOR YOUR WEDDING Our S t o r p Hn\ Thp larg^i Selection of Colon Styles in So. W. Va. JUST ARRIVED The New High Style WESTERN TUXEDO New Ruffled Shirts Available in 6 Colors ADAMS IFORMAL WEAR RENTALS! SÂ«e Frank Adaim Formal Wear Speclalltl l l i M c f a r l a n d S t . P h . 3 4 3 . 2 S 5 I Â·V \Vested knits with a lot going for them. '; Especially the girls \wearingthem. Sharon Jo Davis Bride Of Jimmy Steven Monk Miss Sharon Jo Dans, daughter of Mrs. Chester E. Gates Jr. of Summit Drive, became the bride of Jimmy Steven Monk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Monk of Cross Lane?, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Central United Method- MRS. J. S. MONK . . . former Shnrnu. Dnn'.? ist Church. The Rev. L. Curtis Saville officiated and music was provided by Miss Nancy Morris. Given in marriage by her stepfather, the bride wore her sister's satin peau wedding gown w h i c h was fas/iinnrd w i i h a short-sleeved bodice of ree.mbroidered Alencon lace and high neckline with sml pearl trim. A wide hand of pleating and lace bordered the A-line skirt and chape! t r a i n and a lace and pearl headdress held her shnulder-ler.gth veil. She carried white, rose?, pink r a r n a i i n n s and baby's breath. J I D Y KESSLER was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Susie Monk, sister of the bridegroom. Dena Miller and Vickie Myers R i f f l e . Gary Monk was best man for his brother and ushers were John Kesler, brother-in-law of the bride, and Steve Hughart. Mrs. Monk graduated from Sissonville High School and attended Marshall University. She is employed by Patrick Petroleum Co. H e r husband g r a d u a t e d from Stonewall Jackson High School and is a t t e n d i n g West Virginia Slate College. He is r,n employe of R u r d o i t e R u i i d - ers, Inc. Following a reception al the church, the couple left for a northern wedding trip. They will live in Charleston'. HOW CAN I? Q. How can I remove b u t t e r stains from fabrics? A. With w a s h a b l e fabrics, ordinary l a u n d e r i n g u s u a l l y does the (rick. In the case of u n w a s h n h l e s . s p o n g e w i t h denning fluid. An absorbent can he used on delicate f a b - rics--such as f u l l e r s ' e a r t h , eornstarch. or talc-urn ponder. Otis! it on. lei r e m a i n u n t i l (he f a t has been absorbed. Ihen brush i( o f f -- a n d repeat the routine if need bp. Q How can I remedy a sagging cane c h a i r s f a t ? A.Ry w a s h i n g thoroughly w i t h hot \ \ a t e r . Ihen d r x i n c outdoors Â«o it w i l l shrink up light a e a i n . To presewe t h e cane. r n e it a coal of c l e a r v a r n i s h w h e n it is almost f i n . \ ) Â·44 / ,-r / \ 4 Junior C!TSS ard vest twosomes of pciy- ester acrylic knit. Scroily 'suede' trim of rayon'Cotton. Colors on the soft side- blue, lilac or coral. Each, ! 23 OPEN LABOR DAY 9:30 til 5. Tuesday 9:30'fit 9. i JCPenney We know what you're looking for. C H A R G E iT! i h r r p Â» n n Â« , s C a t n t n i a t W j ' h m c t o n . Monday aniUriilay 9.30 'ti!9. Other Â»MMsys 9:30 tilS.