Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 24, 1972 · Page 16
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August 24, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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Wallace-Lemmons nuptials Alton Evening Telegraph Thunwl.iy, August 24, 1972 A-17 The First Baptist Church in Jerseyville was the scene of the wedding of Miss Marcia Lemmons of 406 N. Giddings Jerseyville, and James Wallace of 307 Fremont St. Jerseyville. ' The ceremony was performed at 2 p.m. Sunday by Rev. Willard Foote. A reception was given afterward in the church fellowship hall. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Lemmons of Des Peres, Mo., and the late Gale Lemmons. The bride wore an A-line gown accented with lace and her veil was attached to a now of peau de sole. She carried a bouquet of pale yellow roses. • The couple was attended by Miss Tamarra Lemmons and Daniel W. Darr. The couple will live at 307 Fremont St., Jerseyville. The bride is a graduate of Kirkwood, Mo., High School and attended Meremac Junior College. She is employed by the Mrs. Florence Waters Nursing Home in Jerseyville. Her husband attended Jersey Community High School and is employed by the Dairy Herd Improvement Association as.a supervisor. Wed in Jerseyville church The United Methodist Church In Jerseyville was the scene of the wedding of Miss Rhonda Tolbert of Carrollton and Gary Perdun of Jerseyville. The ceremony was per- Sew-Easy Duo PRINTED PATTERN 4738 SIZES 6-14 formed at 7:30 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. Richard Steinbach. A reception was given afterward in the church social rooms. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emial Tolbert Jr. of 326 Sycamore, Carrollton. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perdun of Rte. 3, Jerseyville. The bride wore a gown of chiffon over taffeta with a chapel length train. Her veil was attached to a flower and pearl headpiece. She carried a bouquet of white daisies on a bride's Bible. Her attendents were Mrs. Kenneth Custer, matron of honor; and bridesmaids. Mrs. Edward Caskey Jr , sister of the bride, and Miss Tammy Perdum was junior bridesmaid. The attendants wore mint green chiffon over taffeta gowns and carried baskets of yellow daisies. The bridegroom's at- I e n d a n t s were Richard Perdun, best man; and the groomsmen, Edward Caskey Jr., and Larry Perdun was junior groomsman. The couple will honeymoon in Missouri and will live at 506 Clay Street, Jerseyville. The bride is a graduate of Carrollton High School and is employed by Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carrollton as an office worker. Her husband is a graduate of Jersey Community High School and is employed by Valley Steel, Inc. in Carlinville. Andre Courreges' winter '72 collection included this pants suit which was presented in Paris recently. Design is of green and whit.3 synthetic fur, with green nylon on the shoulders and waist. (AP Wirephoto) CANT GOME IN ? FREE ESTIMATES Just Call 465-5541. We'll Bring Carpet Samples To Your Home WALL TO WALL AND ROOM SIZE RUGS • Shags • Scrolls and • Kitchen Carpets All Colors and Fibers Free Sforeside Parking U7 E. BROADWAY, ALTON- When fall breezes blow, she just pop« the coat right pver the charming mandarin skim. Both art quick to sew in no- iron blends, knits. Send! Printed Pattern 4738: New Girls' Sizes 6, 8, JO, 12, 14. Size 10 dress 1% yards 60- Inch; coat V/2 yards. Seventy-Five Cents for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Anne Adams, Care of Alton Evening Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Name, Address with Zip, Size and Style Number. Be a fashion winner; See 100 easy, fascinating styles— choose one pattern free in all new Fall-Winter Catalog. 75 cents. Instant Sewing Book — cut, fit, .sew modern way. $1.00. Instant Fashion Book — what-to-wear answers. $1.00. Fashion tips Straw hats with brightly colored bands and wide brims are not only fashionable, they protect the hair from burning sun rays. This is especially important for women with bleached hair who don't want the sun to cause a color change. FROM diamond bridal set $ 79 95 Kewest fashion m diamond pairs that brings new sparkle, new beauty, new glamour. Truly the modern bride's good taste compliment in matching 14K gold rings. Alton's Fastest Growing Jewelers! FAST-EASY CREDIT! TONE CREDIT JEWELERS 118 W. 3rd! St. OPEN MON., FRI. NITES 5 EASY WAYS TO BUY! • Cash • Lay Away (No Service Charge) • 30-Day Charge (No Finance Charge) • 12 Month Terms • Master Charge Hey Look Me Over!!! WOMEN 9 S-CHILDREN*S.& ME/V'S cancellation SHOES At LOWER than discount prices. Quality mcrchan- dise, with up to the minute styling. THE SHOE ROOM has those great values once again —priced the right way for your, pocket books— All leather — currently styled shoes in keeping with THE SHOE ROOM'S policy of giving you the best for the least. * Worn Shoes Infant* Children's . Men's . en's $7.99 to $14.93 $4.99 to $5.99 $6.99 to $7.99 $9.99 to $ 14 . 99 The SHOE ROOM SPEAKING OF POCKET BOOKS — TAKE A GANDER AT OURS. 105 PURCELL Edwardsville Acrou from the Court House Open Mon. & Fri. 'Til 9 Fashion pro forecasts trends ahead By PEACE MOFFAT NKW YORK (AP)-Virginia Sorcm's job is to publish 12 books a year showing fashions women will want to buy. Sounds easy enough, but there's one hitch—she has to work over a year ahead of time—forecasting fashion trends long before clothes are off the designers' sketch pads, much less in the stores. How does she do it? The fashion coordinator, catalog division of J.C. Penney Co., explains: "I talk to a lot of fashion sources, read a lot of domestic periodicals and go to all the fashion showings. Just looking at people helps. And I'm familiar with the mark-down racks at the stores—what hasn't sold. Fashion makes sense, loo. You don't have to be the smartest graduate of Kadcliffe to know that certain seasons will bring on certain colors and styles." Mrs. Sonm, a bright blue- eyed woman, with a trim tailored look, wryly notes that, "there are no erasers in a catalogue," so she has to be sure she knows what she's talking about. She's quick to point out that her work is a team effort but, nevertheless, she's the one who is responsible for the $11 million in paper and $2 million in ink alone that go into those catalogs each year. The way fashion trends are born has changed in the past 10 years, Mrs. Sorem says. There used to be filtering down process," she points out. "The couture houses in Paris would originate trends that would then find their way across the onean to New York City and the expensive stores on !i7th Street. Eventually, those same looks would end up at tho cheaper stores, but it was months after the original had appeared in Europe. "This started changing a decade ago," she goes on. "People in the United States needed clothes to wear for their active lives. In England, Ihere was an uprising of youth. Fashions started coming from the young people on the streets. As a result, trends today come from all over the world." According to this fashion experts, today's look has two main ingredients- individuality and a casual manner. "Women don't wanl to look all alike," Mrs. Sorem says. "Now they can buy separates, put them together and change the look for a job, or for a date." She attributes this individuality partly to the ill-fated midi skirt. "When designers Cooking cues Cooked tongue is an "ace" in the refrigerator for hot- weather meat platters or for combining with salads for a cold meal. It's easy to cook and chill a fresh or smoked beef tongue when convenient for future use. Just cover with water, cover pot tightly and simmer until tender, 2% to 3% hours. Plunge tongue in cold water, remove skin and chill. Slice as desired. tried to foist the midi off on women, ant' found it didn't work, they realized they couldn't make women buy something just to be fashionable. We don't wear our sleeves thu same length, :=o why should women have to wear their skirts the same length? "The casual look can r^ misunderstood," she goes on "It doesn't mean torn sneakers. II can actually mean elegant, and the same care and planning should gr> into a casual look as it doei into a formal one. It dots mean a life style that, fits what we're doing today, with do's and don'ts replaced by politeness and consideration." Mrs. Sorem became interested in fashion at an carlv age. At 14, she was a in the Minneapolis-Si. Pa il area where she grew up. She attended the University of Minnesota, but says with a laugh, "f was absolutely uninterested in the who> thing." She married, moved to New York City, had two daughters and stayed at home until the youngest was in school all day. "All that time, though, I was planning what I w.is going to do," she says. She worked in commercial photography for eight years before joining Penney in 19K2 Although declining to be specific about her fashion forecasts — "That would be giving information away !o the competition" — Mrs. Sorem is willing to talk in gencnil terms about future fashion trends: "There has been a marked I r c n cl towards menswoar fabrics for years," she says. "Men have always had a neat, tailored look, so women hnve taken what is attrac'iv about that style. You didn t have to bt 1 very smart :o know that meant a layered look, with chunky-heeled shoes. "Now the signs are out for a softer look, i n two piece outfits and pants. I do think dresses will make a comeback, like the short cocktail dress. In 197;! there is going to be a different look for shoes and sleeves. And women will wear their shir! 1 ; open at the collar — with iust a hint of jewelry showing." Bunker Hill couple to mark silver wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rust of Bunker Hill will be honored at tin open house on Sunday, Aug. 27 in observance of their silver wedding anniversary. The couple will receive their friends and relatives from 2 until 5 p.m. at their farm home, located two miles south of Bunker Hill. Mr. Rust and the former Miss Lena Bertels of Dorsey were married on Aug. 24, 1947 in Emmaus Lutheran Church of Dorsey by the Rev. Otto F. Strothmann. The cvont is being planned by their children: Kevin and Teresa at home. THE MAN TO CALL PHONE 377-8912 LARRY ADMIRE 610 Bethnltn Blvd. Bcthulto, III. Stpte Farm Insurance Companies Chert's Hair Fashions Formerly Bo-Cheri ANNOUNCING Manicuring by Vilma Lev! Diplomas Received in Paris, France for Manicuring and Make-Up Perms, Hair Fashions, & Conditioning by Barbara Richardson, Monie Ash, Kay Raffety, Sharon Middlecoff Asst. Karen Dickson Owner Frances Shea 516 W. Delmar 466-6996 River. 111. 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