Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1971 · Page 11
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Chanel changed fashion world Alton FA-ening Telegraph Monday, January 11,1971 A-ll By LUCIE NOEL Fashion Writer PARIS (AP) _ Fashion leaders on both sides of the Atlantic paid tribute today to Oabrtelle "Coco" Chanel, the most Influential dress designer of the 20th Century who died Sunday night at her suite in the Ritz. She was 87. Chanel "changed fashion mor,e than any other designer," said Norman Norell, the dean of American designers. "She's the one who made women comfortable There may be other designers who made more beautiful clothes, but she had the most influence." "One of the great designers of the century, who never sacrificed herself to the Is Fun • By Cecily Browrutont WEEKDAY SUPPER Using canned spaghetti sauce saves time. Minestrone Ethel K. Pain's Eggplant Parmesan Crusty Bread Salad Bowl Fresh Fruit Beverage ETHEL K. FAIN'S EGGPLANT PARMESAN 1 eggplant, about 1 pound Salt 14 cup (about) flour 2 eggs, slightly beaten 3 to 4 tablespoons olive oil 1 can (15 oz) tomato spaghetti sauce with meat % cup grated Parmesan cheese 8 ounces mozzarella cheese cut into 12 slices Wash and dry eggplant; do not peel; slice crosswise about Vi-inch thick—you will need 12 wide slices. Sprinkle eggplant with salt and place in a colander; put a plate on top and weigh down. Allow to stand about 1 hour to drain; dry with paper toweling. Dip eggplant in flour, then in eggs. Fry in olive oil in a large skillet, in single layers, until browned and tender. Spread a little of the sauce in the bottom of an oblong glass baking dish (11% by 7% by 1% inches) or similar utensil. Add 6 slices ,of fried eggplant in a single layer; sprinkle with half the Parmesan and place a slice of mozzarella on each eggplant slice; add half the remaining sauce. Repeat layers. Cover and refrigerate. Let stand at room temperature an hour or two before heating. Bake, uncovered, in a preheated 350- degree oven until bubbling hot in center—about 25 minutes. Makes 6 servings. Cooking cues Make your breakfast-brunch "souper" original...serve a spicy mug of soup., In a saucepan, combine 1 can (10% ounces) condensed tomato soup, 1 cup orange juice, and a dash of nutmeg. Heat; stir now and then. Garnish with orange slices. Makes 3 servings. AT EASTGATE PLAZA EAST ALTON, ILL. i-i u F?W ITZ Diamond Center EASTGATE PLAZA Open Mon. thru Sat. 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. 6 Coco 5 Chanel dies Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel, queen of the French high fashion industry for years, died in Paris Sunday night at the age of 87 years. Death came at her Ritz hotel apartment. (AP Wirephoto) tendency of making fashion ridiculous," said Marc Bohan of Dior. A chambermaid at her hotel found Chanel ill Sunday night, and she died shortly after. Officials of her fashion house said death apparently was due to a heart attack. Funeral arrangements were incomplete today. The House of Chanel announced that showing of her new spring and summer collection will begin on Engagement announced A February wedding is being planned by Miss Pam Mullens and Bill Whitlock whose engagement has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mullens of Hettick. Mr. Whitlock is a son of Mrs. Feme Whitlock of Carlinville and the late Earl Whitlock. • Miss Mullens is a 1969 graduate of Northwestern High school, and is employed by Franklin Life Insurance company of Springfield. Mr. Whitlock graduated from Carlinville High school in 1965 and is employed by R. H. Bloome of Cai'linville. schedule Jan. 26. She had been working on it Saturday and had approved 85 models. Chanel's death also will not delay the opening in Cleveland tonight of "Coco," the musical based on her life in which Katharine Hepburn scored a smash hit last season. Producer Frederick Brisson, an old friend, .said Chanel told him several weeks ago "if and X when anything happened to her, the show was to go on as usual. That's the way it will be." Brisson said the performance tonight would be dedicated to Chanel. < Chanel's revolutions in fashion brought haute couture in reach of the working girl after World War I. "There are too many men in this business," she said, "and they don't know how to make wearable clothes for women. When fashion descends to the street it's a revolution, but when it comes up from the street it's a catastrophe." She rescued women from the corsets and long-skirted frills of the Edwardian and World War I eras and in 1916 introduced inexpensive jersey cloth to high fashion, tweed suits with jersey blouses, bell- bottomed trousers, trench- coats and pea jackets, turtleneck sweaters and the collared and cuffed little black dress were Coco innovations. She introduced the sailor hat, and when she impulsively bobbed her hair one night another fashion sensation was born. She made costume jewelry respectable. The box jacket simple skirt of the Chanel suit probably has been copied more often and in more price ranges than any other garment designed by a couturier. Millions who didn't know Chanel for her fashion designs knew her for the perfume she introduced in 1922 and named after her lucky number. Chanel No. 5 became the most famous perfume in the world and foundation of her fortune. It outsells all other perfumes in 140 countries. , Chanel guarded religiously her actual birth date, because "a woman has the age she deserves." But it was generally accepted that she was born on Aug. 19, 1883, near Issolre in the Auvergne, a mountainous region of south-central France. Her mother died of tuberculosis when Gabrielle was 6, and her father deserted her and her three sisters. He had nicknamed her Coco —"little pet"-sand it stuck with the become women's enjoying girl who was to the epitome of liberation while womanhood and VACUUM CLEANERS WASHING MACHINES MIDDLECOFF'S PARTS & SERVICE 828 E. 7th 462-4423 WIG SALE SYNTHETIC AND HAIR $QOO S FROM O TO Call 465-6551 OO Treasure Trove Book Store Hours—9 a.m. to 5 n.m. All Types of Books Many Collector |. Items. Used Books — „ ... Premium Prices Mrs. Alice Pa lrt For Miller, owner Good Books 2809 E. Broadway, Alton Dial 462-5812 Hear BETTER Again— Be YOURSELF Again SHE SONOTONE FOR THE BEST IN HEARING AIDS SONOTONE OF ALTON 651 Jean Robinson, Mgr. E. Broadway 462-6720 KAREN'S Shipman, III. Ojjen Tues. thru Sat. 10-5 — Sun, Noon-6 EYELASHES -. »e{.x. I . — All rc«. Colors 5.98 $ I 98 wash n' wear WIGS Modak Flbir Would you BeJieve 7 88 100% HUMAN HAIK CASCADES 5" have been sold for 19.00 WIGLETS £99 Many To Choose From • Wig Broth* Trained Stylist .... Only $3,00 KAREN'S Aerou lh» Street from the Bank on tbe Main Street of Shlpmun, ill. Shipman, III. as^-rs-"^ «?s- DISCOUNT WIGS Phoni (618) 836-4000 feeling that every other woman should enjoy it. Reared by two tyrannical aunts who raised horses for the French army, Gabrieile Bonheur Chanel—the middle name moans "Happiness"— learned to sew and ride with equal expertise. She opened her first shop in 1913 in Deauville, then moved to 31 Rue Cambon the next year, the address destined to be fashion's mecca for decades to come. She engaged in flirtations, always avoiding matrimony, and she became an immensely wealthy woman in her own right after the perfume hit the market in 1922. During the 1930s her fortune was estimated at $15 million and she became known as a businesswoman with few equals. She loved to make money almost as much as she loved her independence. Interrupted by World War II, Coco's career took a downturn and she refrained from designing for 15 years, living off royalties from her other inteests. Her return to couture in 1954 was snubbed by the fashion critics, but her acceptance by the public grew steadily, and by the 1960s she was as influential as ever. i lore Her you Questions asked by dieters MISS NORWKLL Engagement announced The engagement of Miss Brenda Sue Nonvcll to Pfe. Mark L. Simmons, is being announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Norwell of Rte. 1. Alton. He is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Lolard Simmons of 203 Alby St.. Alton. Miss Norwell is a senior at Alton High School and is also attending Central Illinois School of Beauty Culture. Her fiance attended the same school and is serving in the Army. He is stationed in Munich, Germany. The couple is planning a fall wedding. By MARY SUE MILLER Headers of this column have sent in t h e reducing questions below. The answers could well solve a dilemma or two for other weight- watchers. Have a look. Ts it natural for a woman to put on weight as she grows older? These days any woman who believes increased pounds go with increased age simply is not with it. To maintain satisfactory weight in later years, one's daily calorie count usually needs lowering. II o w worthwhile are reducing clubs and classes? If you are greatly overweight, joining a group can be useful. You benefit from attendant supervision, companionship and increased diet knowledge. Docs massage have value in reducing? It is helpful because of its firming effect which leads to a loss of inches — not pounds. How effective are those meals packaged for dieters? Liquid meals make a good breakfast or lunch. But dieters require a meal of solid food each day. Frozen diet, meals are well thought out and quick to get ready. Using them to the exclusion of other fare could prove boring. A dieter's diet must offer variety to keep her interest up and her calorie count down. What pill can you take to lose weight? None such exists. To weigh less you have to cat less. LEANER, LIGHTER AND LOVELIER Here's a painless way for teens and adults to reduce! Just send for my leaflet, LEANER, LIGHTER AND LOVELIER. It includes menus for delicious meals and snacks; caloric counter and nutrition chart; diet shortcuts; spot reducers. For your copy write to Mary Sue Miller In care of the Alton Evening Telegraph, enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 25 cents In coin. QUAKER MAID PERMANENT TYPE ANTB-FREEZE $1.29 Gal. Cottage Hills, HI. 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Inventory S|)cciali> (while tliuy % RAA lutl) Hex $715 NOW °" Wurlltzur Spinel, SpunUh ()<ik, u'.rd in our studio for lessons, like * IBf) ni:w. !«.•«. $!«fi NOW IUU Story & (.'lurk Console, repij-,*ett!>ed, excellent condition, i fiQR Ue«. tm\) NOW "'**' .Story & Clurk Clicrry Console, flooi model, perfect, $ QQK Kc«. S100. c ) NOW OD ' 1 WurllUer Electronic 1'iunub. used In 0111 studio lor lesnoiiB, Kieul lor limited »puco, 40 In, wide $ OOR Reg. $505 NOW * BW AU prices Include bench und free delivery ORGAN SPECIALS VVuilll/ri Slinirl wllh ihytlmi. ^7 40 iii-MiojiMiuioi Ki-ii $.K:HI NOW "" Wuilit/iT Splni'l, Kai ly Arn* j i ic.in with $10(1 teaching c:U'.',rtlr com .r .(. tftOK I Klil. NOW !*•*" Wurlil/.fi SpilH'l, I J »'( -in, u:,t:d loi Icv s'ms, pci feel * QR(t I<CK. $!07!i NOW 8MW Wuilllzer K|ilneli>, liuily Amci u.\in uncl I'H'lich 1'rovlnolul, llooj model i. ureut Imys. Hcgulur $ 19QK U4IJ5 NOW •*«»« Wmlit/rr Spinel. Moili'l 4300 UHnxe. In- ventoiy Speelul, $20(! off $ 1 DOB ivKUlai price NOW ' 99V M.'cstro chord, only one left, $ ICQ »5 !<(•«. $170. W, NOW '"" Usi'U ol guns from WW up. Piano* and organs listed fire only u few of the muuy leullimute valueb you will find In our showroom during this nule. Come In und look for the red m«s mid compare them youmelr with the orlulnul tug on every IndtriCmeiil. Convenient terms euu ue arranged. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE—AT ALTON'S COMPLETE MUSIC STORE Annual January Clearance Sale STARTS THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 AT 9:00 A.M. WITH A LISTING AD IN THf : TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13 CLEARANCE PRICES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS (THE GIFT & DRAPERY DEPARTMENT WILL CLOSE AT 12:00 ON WED., JANUARY 13 TO PREPARE FOR THIS SALE) BUY ON CONVENIENT BUDGET PAYMENTS FURNITURE Free Parking At The Hear Entrance 627 E. Broadway Alton

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