Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 11, 1976 · Page 65
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 65

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 11, 1976
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I IE -July 11, 1976 Sunday 6aseff*MaJj ChirHifcn Wtit .Virgin!* Miss Botkin, Bob Perrine Married at. St. Anthony's Married Friday at St. Anthony's Catholic Church by the Rev. John Lipinski were Miss Bunnie Marie Botkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Edgar Botkin Jr. of Crede Drive, and Bob L. Perrine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos W. Perrine of Tinder Avenue. Marianne Giordano was the organist and the bride was given in marriage by her parents. Mary Ann Gates of Buckhannon was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mary Bush of Vienna and Becky Nicely of Parkersburg. Mike McCoy of Charleston was best man and ushers were Bill Hammock and Kenny Davis, both of Charleston. William Edward Botkin, brother of the bride, was ringbearer. After a reception at the church, the couple left for a trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will reside at 958 Woodward Dr. She is employed in the trust department of the Kanawha Valley Bank and is a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School. Her husband, a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, is employed in the data processing department of the Charleston National Bank. MRS. BOB L. PERRINE .. .former Bunnie Botkin Hints for Food Need chopped nuts? Use a long straight knife with a good cutting edge or a nut chopper . . . and do it on a good, solid board. ·* * * Compared to many cuts and types of meat, chicken and turkey are low-cost sources of protein, according to USDA home economists. . * * * Medium and small eggs are often good buys in the late summer and fall. Among Fall Creations From Designer Adolfo Oriental Tunic Over Pants (left), and Black Knit Evening Dress Knotted at Bustline Formal Wear ' For \ our WEDDI.\C Officia Featuring the New Romantic "Charleston" and "Newport" For your "Great Day," rent the exciting new . "Charleston" in the latest colors. And we help coordinate the right shirt, tie and sash to complete the look. One Day Service One hour free parking across from Charleston Store. Serving Charleston Since 1951 A n 4 TIC l-'iirinal\\rur AUAiTIO RrntuU . 114McF«hiidStPli343-2851 taSLAtas,?Ilfeii$treet Pli.727-0971 Open Banda) Rights 'til 9:00 p.m. J Inside Fashion Adolfo Fashions Habit-Forming By Eugenia Sheppard I; NEW YORK--"No dancing girls and no ;;dramatics." says Adolfo of his fall collection. "I wanted to make something my ocustomers can wear with what they al; ready have in their closets." Whatever they have in their closets is pretty sure to have come out of his previous collections. It's easy for Adolfo to ..become a habit--once a woman is hooked one Adolfo never fails to lead to another. . One of his most habit-forming fashions is the little crochet suit that he admits frankly is borrowed from Chanel. After ' 'all. why shouldn't he. The Chanel suit is unbeatable for ease and flattery and a de,signer is smart to follow the best of anything. His new version has a hip-length jacket that fastens at one side and a narrow leather belt around the waistline. Its color and texture are a contrast to the solid skirt that flips out in two gores. * * * · DOZENS OF Adolfo's favorite customers, both on the East and West Coasts, will be wearing it unless they prefer the other great little suit, crocheted in menswear plaids an checks. If you have watched the campaigners on TV, you probably have al-ready seen Nancy Reagan iri the red. gray and black checks with a cheerful red skirt. Adolfo is good about lots of choices for daytime. He provides a daytime-length crochet coat over crepe de Chine dresses, all soft fullness and with big. long sleeves. Not that it's the weather to mention it, but a dyed navy moleskin jumper looks new over a long-sleeved print ehallis shirt and skirt. Even sportier is the knit coat with shaggy fringe edges that is the right thing to cover sweaters and skirts. Adolfo loves the strapless evening dress and he makes a group of them, some in black crochet. He was fascinated by the recent Poiret exhibition at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and the look that was typical of World War I times comes back in his long beaded chiffon tunics over chiffon pants. His latest semi-coverup is a huge chiffon shawl with a narrow border of fox. Adolfo closed the show in his salon with the big velvet shirts printed in flowers and worn with striped silk shirts. They are the mixture of fun and fantasy that Adolfo specially likes .and so do his customers. Some of those who came to see the show were Barbara Walters, with her 8-year-old daughter, Jacqueline: visiting Londoner Evelyn (Victoria} Rothschild, along with her mother Marcia Whitney Schott; and Mrs. George Zauderer, Isabelle Leeds, Mrs. T. Suffern Taller. Kay Meehan, Mrs. Martin (Eleanor) Revson, Jan Chipman and Mrs. William Rose. MADE-TO-YOUR-MEASURE DRAPERIES ROC-LON LINED Draperies Made Just for Your Windows. From Your Personal Choice of Decorator Styled Fabrics and Colors. Quality Details: 4" Headings, Generous 4" Bottom Hems, Side Hems, Overlooked Serged Seams, Weighted Corners. Roc-Lon Rain-No-Stain Insulated Lining Insulates Against Heat Cold, Stops Moisture Stains, Protects Against Sun Fading Rotting, Adds Weight and Luxury to Your Draperies. SHOWN BELOW ARE OUR PRICES for Precision Made Antique Satin Custom Draperies With Roc-Lon Rain-No-Stain Lining. Can be made any length-- These sizes are for price comparison only. Numlxr ANTIQUE SATIN, PRICE PER PAIR. ROC-Ujk LINED ofWWtte E«kW.-». 1 I'/, 2 VI, 1 % 4 FUM , Ungtli T 2?"-30" 45"-49" 63"-67" 8r-85" 90"-94" VlUKK ir-ir up to 44 11.10 18.19 2178 29.37 3111 2W Ut Onril! PlutiJ WVrh i* Indite 45-64 16.17 26.58 34.96 4230 47.50 » 11.14 65-90 2236 34.96 46.14 57.32 62.91 4W 14.24 91-115 27.95 43.35 57.32 71.38 78.26 5W 18.02 116-140 33.54 51.73 6150 85.27 93.66 SW . 21.11 141-165 49.19 60.12 62.91 98.55 109.01 Tin 24.91 165-190 56.21 68.49 90.86 113.22 125.76 8W 28.01 Sometimes, three days into · your vacation, you discover plans were made to be changed Sometimes, BankAmericarcT can make all the difference HOW TO MIASUM wm ii red iM-wmi OHlrtt Nrvrk. nt Inn. (UK HI8IO »UUJ Roc ton mode with lTM«TM«»TM Have Earned The Good Housekeeping Seal. lANKAMIRICAID Pirkfrtt 5303MacC(irUeAvS.W.SO.CHARLESTON PNONE768-6M1 HOURS: SUNDAY 1 TO 6 iMN. THRU FRI. 9:30 to 9:00 SAT. 9:30 TO 5:00 PH. Stop by our lobby today to. apply for your BankAmericard or call 348-5646. Charleston National Bank Comer of Capitol and Virginia . Member Federal Reserve System. Federal 'Deposit Insurance Corporation T

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