The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 11, 1966 · Page 7
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Friday. March II, 1966 Swing Into Spring With Newest Circular Skirts, Knees Showing As Modeled In Style Shows By MARTHA ANN HEMFHELlJ If the spring fashion shows are a hint of styles to come, be prepared to show your knees and accent your hips. In a preview this week of the latest in women's ready to wear at Goose Creek Country Club and at King's Inn near NASA, two leading women's stores in Baytown filled the runways with colorful fashions designed with many a swing to the long waist- ed skirts. The Style Shoppe with Mrs. Al Melinger commenting, presented the country club show and Guys and Dolls, recently reopened by Pearlie Wolcott.llar navy blue and white com-j never so popular. For travel, presented the King's Inn show bination leading in both shows, j whether to Houston or to Eu- Pants ensembles and shorts j rope, they arrive neat and wrin- presented with Mrs. Peter Dyke commentating. The costumes both style shows had in common were the long torso bodices, many loosely fitted at the waistline ending in a whirl of fabric from quarter circles to full circles —some with banding at the division of bodice and skirt, others with the "roaring 20s" camisole slip look and still others with a very long torso with a flip of a flounce just above the knee. Colors were brilliant, bright and fun looking with a smattering of prints, but the ever popu- suits were neat and trim in both ahows with colorful splashes on jverblouses, contrasting stretch slacks and matching or coordinated fabrics in shorts and shirts. Some noticeable sleeve interest was the bell shape often lavishly decorated such as a number" modeled at NASA, a simple- skimmer with multi-color silk oops for accent. A strong 1920s influence noted at the country club was Lucy O'Brien's boldly pruned skim- Smartly Dressed Women See Fashionable Display By MARTHA ANN HEMPHBUL Colorful spring hats were abundant in the audience at the country club style show. Black patent accessories, shiny and dull black straw hats, bone and yellow were the most predominant colors worn by the smart- ready for ly dressed women spring. Pink sld of DONNA DARLENE Bond's engagement to William Duane DarHng is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M. (Sparky) Bond, 9!6 E. James. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Darling of Houston. The wedding will be July 16 at Grace Methodist Church, ihe bride-elect received her BA degree from the University of Texas and is presently teaching at Horace Mann Junior Hiah School. Darling will graduate in May from the University of Texas Law School. Central Baptist Class Meets always a favorite her- the new season, was worn by several women who accented their costumes with flow! ered hats. Friendship Class of Central Baptist Church met with Mrs. Artie Heard. Mrs. L. V .Lawhon. president, conducted the If It's . . . COSMETICS Black's Pharmacies T21 £- T«a» 583-1755 Decker at Sterling 582-8107 meeting. Reports were given by Mrs. Minnie Rankin, Mrs. Heard. Mrs. Mae Smith and Mrs. Katie Fleming. A devotional, "Fruits of the Spirit." was given by Mrs. Fleming. Others on the program were Mrs. B. D. Hindmon and Mrs. E. B. Hollaway. Refreshments were served to !l2 members. Rev. H. A. Erdmann of Jerome, Idaho Bible Scholar and Teacher Will be bringing the messages nightly and Sundays THRU MARCH 20 7:30 p.m. BIBLE MISSIONARY CHURCH 80S Bowie (Just Off Lee Drive) Rev. Howard Doucet, Pastor - Ph. 582-7450 Mrs. Victor Northcutt chose a yellow knit dress with huge daisy trim on her yellow straw hat and b.~: Hudgins Jr. coat dress, down the front ; . . . Mrs. Joe chose a wheat double buttoned tangerine was the color of Mrs. George Chandler's dress which was topped with a colorful printed Eilk toque Kelly green silk Cosmetic Uses Demonstrated At Fashion Show Mary Lou Traxler, cosmetic firm representative, demonstrated the latest look in make-up before the style show at the country club. Opening her program, "We're going to show you how to tan you hide," she quickly drew the interest of her audience. She traced steps of facial cleanliness, moisturizing and exercising, repeatedly saying, "No woman need look over 40," her company's slogan. Before the fashion show she applied make up to the models jand fitted them with real hair, false eyelashes. The carefully trimmed eyelashes and natural [looking make up with special eye interest added emphasis to the features of the models as they were seen from a distance. At the close of the show, she awarded door prizes to several women. Mrs. Traxler suggested that women today should try the new and modern look defined in careful cosmetic care. She suggested a light foundation be used under a darker shade of lipstick which should then be topped with a lighter tone for a shimmering look to the lips. The speaker is taking appointments for beauty shows where she will demonstrate her line of make up in the home. was Mrs. Jimmy Bayer's choice . . . Mrs. Lynn Hodges Jr. wore a raw silk tweed in shades of bone and brown accented with a bone straw hat draped in orange chiffon. Mrs. Jim Black's suit was beige, accented with a gold pin and black straw hat . . . Mrs Sharon Forrester's new style hat was the turban printed in green and yellow paisley to complement her yellow sheer woo skimmer. Orange linen, double buttonec was Mrs. Harry Holmes choice with bone, large brimmed ha . . . Mrs. Norman Foote's yellov skimmer was set off with yel low and orange bangle bracelets and bone accessories. . bone fabric with a coral asco accented Mrs. Ollie Clevenger's costume, which was complemented with a picture brim hat . . . Mrs. Al Melinger chos the longer jacketed suit in a bone silk. A touch of cora fabric accent peaked through her high crown hair style. Back and white combinations were noted on several such a Mrs. Jim Sheley whose tweec suit was offset with a large brimmed yellow straw hat . Mrs, George Felknor's smash ing spring suit with red strav hat for accent . Mrs. Ton; Fashion Problems?? NOT AT JUNIOR WORLD ! ! New Dresses And Sportswear Arriving Every Day ... __ Some By ... Others By: Dimensional knits in manmade fabrics styled as the were travel smartly favorite modeled by bright blue Maxine Coker in with white belt marking the lowered waist and saddle stitching for interest. The longer jacket look for suits with tab pockets and but- tonless jacket was shown by Betty Bailey in a wood violet shade with white overblouse belted low in matching violet. Sue Clay Wiliams' A-line low mex oointedly flounced in hand-!waisted dress of two shades of kerchief layers from the hipline [blue was most complimentary :o the hemline. with bands of lime and dark Knits were everywhere and!blue marking the lowered waist. And Still Others By: "USE ANY TRANSPORTATION YOU LIKE DROP IN SATURDAY! Schillaci's white helmet complementing her black silk sheath , . Mrs. Bob Maeser's black shirtwaist dress was marked with a brilliant green turban . . Mrs. John Andrews' red ha was great with her tweed suit of red and gray . . . Mrs. T. D. O'Brien Sr., chose a long waist- ed dress of white with black straw hat. Among the caster egg colors noted were Mrs. Tom Farmer's! Turquoise open weave wool with dirndl skht in a two piece look with overblouse styling . . . blue shantung was Mrs. Dan Elkins' choice, accented with a white straw hat . . - Mrs. Grant Horton's bone knit suit was complemented with colorful pastel paisley blouse and scarf. Periwinkle blue was worn by Mrs. Pierce Swofford who matched her straw hat to the suit fabric . . . Mrs. Albert Nelson's off white knit suit was colorfully trimmed . . . green \ and white plaid straw offset the white knit suit trimmed in green chosen by Mrs. Rubin Kappler . . . Mrs. Jan Severson wore pink with flowered hat . . . rose and pink tweed fashioned the suit chosen by Mrs. Paul Edwards who accented her ensemble with a picture brimmed black straw hat detailed with rose velvet ribbon and cabbage rose. Smart looking navy blue was worn by Mrs. Gwen Baker, Mrs. Donald Branson, Mrs. Foxy Matheme, Mrs. W. C. Rogers. Among the Baytortians at the NASA fashion show, many who had seen the earlier show at the country club, were Mrs. S. P. McMurrey, Mrs. Hugh Echols, Mrs. John Seligman, Mrs. John Henderson, Mrs. Milton Kelley, Mrs. L. G. Sanders, Mrs. Troy Herring, Mrs. F. R. Higginbotham, Mrs. S. W. Dedman, Mrs. P. L. LaFoss, Mrs. W. B. Bradshaw and Mrs. Harry Stefani. ELIZABETH Ann Hedriclc's engagement to Melvin Ray Jernigan is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hedrick of Searcy. Ark. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Noble E. Jernigan, 126 Cabaniss. The couple will wed Aug. 6 in Searcy. The bride-elect graduated from Harding Academy and is presently a junior at Harding College in Searcy. Jernigan graduated from Robert E. Lee High School and is also a junior at Harding College. The bodice flattered with a ring j collar. j The spring look of light weight j wod knit was modeled by Mrs. Granville Laughin in white,' crochet edged at the neckline] and down the front. ! Cocktail ensembles were most comfortable and useful if they provided coverup for day with jackets to remove after five. Other important changes noted on the fashion scene at the country club included the use of smaller handbags and larger brimmed hats. Colorful straws to mix and match ensembles were toppers for most day time ensembles shown at both fashion shows. The Spanish influence, so great in architecture and home furnishings, carries right over into fashion with braid etching in harmonizing and brilliantly contrasting colors on basic blouses and skimmers. Dottie Tickner's stunning show closer was a blaze of glitter and floating chiffon in coffee bean silk with empire bodice with butterfly stole floating from the neckline. Pleats at the knee are popular if you prefer a change from the circular skirts such as a navy walking suit, also belted at the hipline. Polka dots were everywhere in the NASA show staged with the working girl in mind especially for a secretaries charm club. Models had been practicing their posture, smile and quarter turns on the runway. Styles were figure flattering and fitted to a T. An outstanding ensemble shown here was a° oyster linen skimmer with sleeveless coverlet of orange, saddle stitched at the hipline. Voiles were popular with the secretaries, as well as suits to wear to work, play or for after five -as changeable as a chameleon. A terrific printed suit was designed in four colors and another suit for the working girl was of washable, machine dryable, man-made fabric with slacks to match the skirt and cutaway jacket. Op art was draped in crepe with a halter neckline, bowed in front in stark black and white. An embossed cotton cocktail dress was styled with a wraparound back, marked at the V with a flower and belted in blue satin. Sportswear shown by Guys and Dolls ranged from modest bikinis to patio separates in a quick dry jersey to cover up after a swim. Take a look at your wardrobes for spring and summer and then trot down to your Baytown stores for the perky new fashions you'll want to add. Thermo-Jac's MIDDY MICE Trap him with TJ's latest item — Middy Mice. Listen .. . it's ticking. Cotton denim in blue and white or red and white with mighty sailor collar. Completely washable. True Junior sizes 3 through 15. $ 10°° Try Sun Classified Ads Have a Happy Easter Robert 6. Feinberg 1507 N. PRUETT Store Hours 9:30 to 6 pjn. FREE PARKING!! TAMMTE Both Davto, dangta- tor of Mr. and Mr». "Bud" Davis, 1807 E. Fayle, celebrated her Bi-vth birthday today. She ha« a sister, Pennie Lynn, 11. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oa.vis Sr. of Baytown and Mrs. Betty Watte of Palestine. 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