The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 6, 1975 · Page 36
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 36

Provo, Utah
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Sunday, April 6, 1975
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' M,D. Provo, Utah. Sunday. April 6. 1975 lia Cooper to Become Bride of Curtis G. Black CYNTHIA COOPER Cynthia Cooper will become the bride of Curtis G. Black in a marriage ceremony to be performed June 20 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. An open house will follow that evening from 8 to 10 p.m. in Provo. A reception will further honor the couple the following evening at the home of the bride. Miss Cooper is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cooper of Fillmore. The prospective bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Black, Provo. The bride-elect graduated from Millard High School, served as Miss Millard County and was in the 1973 Miss Provo royalty. She has been a member of the BYU Ballroom Dance Team and is currently a senior at Brigham Young University. Mr. Black attended BYU before serving in the England South Mission where he was assistant to the mission president. He is now affiliated with his father in the real estate business in Utah County. The couple will make their home in Orem following their marriage. Fascinating Fabrics MRS. DANIEL BYRON LANDON (Gladys Vernay Richardson) Gladys Richardson Weds Daniel Landon Picking Spring Fabrics ^By FRANCES DIETRICH At a seminar on clothing and textiles, James A. Devlin, marketing specialist for the Klopman Division of Burlington Mills which sells fabric for ready-to-wear, was asked why home sewers can't always find the same fabrics currently on the market in ready-to-wear. According to Mr. Devlin, "Ready-to-wear manufacturers buy fabric 12 months prior to the time the clothing appears in stores. This lead time is necessary for manufacturing, selling and distribution to stores. The same fabric styling is made available to retailers, who sell fabric by the yard. However, these merchants traditionally buy on a short-time margin. They may wait to order from fabric mills until two or three months before the seasonal demand. Some fabric shops play it even closer than that, while they make readings of the market to decide what they think will sell. By the time some fabric store owners place orders, the "hot" fabric featured by ready-to-wear manufacturers is not available in yard goods. Last December, Burlington Klopman, which is the Burlington Mills retail fabric division, issued to customers its swatch and color book for Fall, 1975. The division plans its fabric line early and advises fabric stores about colors and fabric fashions which are important in ready-to-wear. Sometimes, it all comes out even. For example, Whirlaway, a soft, lightweight knit in 65 percent polyester and 35 percent cotton, was sold to dress manufacturers by the Klopman Division and is being featured in popular tee dresses. Fabric stores bought it from Burlington Klopman retail division and it is simultaneously in a variety of resources from the exclusive fabric shop to the warehouse type of fabric store. Of special interest to us right now is the fact that Whirlaway epitomizes the basic spring story in a single fabric. It is available in pale, lovely springlike colors in small, neat patternings, but also in deeper tones such as peach and glaze green, and in dark backgrounds with a small white print. It covers a spectrum of styling from halter top and wrap skirt to V-neck tennis dress to a new departure in sleepwear such as the gown by Formfit Rogers in which the zephyr jersey takes a long T-shirt shape with spaghetti straps. Another unusual aspect of this gown — one of the fabric styles is a navy ground with small white concentric circles. However, in addition to Whirlaway, in yard goods and in ready-to-wear, you'll see more fabric with surface interest such as linenlike weaves, honan, pongee, crepe and plisse. Satin stripes, ateens, chintz, add interesting sheen without shine. Voile, chiffon, georgette continue to make fashion news. And, leno, lawn, batiste, dimity, enjoy a revival in new softened interpretations. Eyelet and lace add a delicate touch. Fabric and fashion are mutually complementary. Soft, easy dressing continues as the contemporary fashion aided and abetted by fluid fabric. This is not to say that everything's soft. That would be monotonous. There's a change of pace in the flexible spring wardrobe. A lightweight knit dress combines with a crisp woven fabric coat. The soft pants-look is updated with pleats and pocket detailing and paired with a shaped and tailored tunic. The favorite twin set styling takes on new zest in a combination of luxurious Ultressa print shirt jacket over a U-neck matte jersey tank top; both worn with crisp-tailored gabardine pants. Dupreme, Wopman's texturized polyester poplin with a degree of "give," is featured by sportswear manufacturers in pants with a wide waistband and skinny belt with stitched creases and back seams. Poplin pants contrast nicely with a topstitched short sleeve blouse in silky crepe. READER SERVICE: Write for free pamphlet, HEMS, which provides illustrations and instruction for all types of hems, including horsehair braid hem, lace, and harem hemline. Send long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Frances Dietrich, Fascinating Fabrics, in care of this newspaper. ((c) 1975, McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) ........................................ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Earl Richardson of Springfield, Miss., announce the marriage of their daughter Gladys Vernay to Daniel Byron Landon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Landon of Willows, Calif. The couple were married March 28 in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception was held to honor the couple the same evening at the Women's Cultural Center. The bride wore a gown of floor-length textured polyester. It featured panels of flowered lace with beaded collar and cuffs. The bridal bouquet was designed for three long-stemmed yellow roses. The veil was three-quarter length accented with two white roses on each side of the gown. Attending the bride as matron of honor was Mrs. Stuart A. dark, the bride's sister and Sharon Sizemore, Andrea Osinchek and Lelain Richardson as bridesmaids. Gail Dee Richardson served as flower girl. They wore gowns of floor length blue gingham with lace trim with white accents at the hemline, ruffle and bodice. Each attendant was carrying a nosegay of yellow roses, pink carnations, and baby's-breath. The flower girl carried a basket of yellow miniature roses, pink and white carnations and baby's-breath. Tony Martin and John Vicccllio were ushers. r \ . , . in our collection 1 of VPS... *8-t« '20 crinkle qgiiie in an coors , -from . . , } 14 Open 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday thru Sot. 82 West Center Downtown Ptovo Donna Eichelberger, Mgr. f^ foot-huggingt\ s , s * grained uppers,*^ - <- ombination lasts' man-made soles I 1 natural poise points the way to new shoe comfort 7.99 The "Wonder Wedge' is designed for comfort and it's easy to see why. The insoles are cloud soft and the shoes are completely foam-lined. The grained uppers conform to your foot and the durable man-made sole provides hours of standing or walking comfort. Beige, white, red, navy, brown or black in ZMCI Budget Store Shoes N M , w 7 to 10 5 to 10, II 6 to 10 Z01VII rctfAWtftt:*:^^ Footwear Takes New Look By WALTER LOGAN United Press International American manufacturers of men's shoes have been dragging their feet in recent years in the field of design while Europeans dominated the fashion aspect and racked up sales. Now the Americans are reasserting their leadership. Their new footwear is lively, leatherly, often elegant and anything but dull. The real kooky look is out and the prevailing mood is relaxed but never careless. A lot of them were designed specifically for the leisure suits that are making heavy inroads into sport jackets and slacks combinations. The Leather Industries of America picked three teams this year for mid-April presentation as winners of the American Designer Awards: Richard T. Morrison of Jarman Shoes, William Legate and Jack Koenig of Hush Puppies and a four- man team from Laconia Shoes —Robert J. Selig, the firm president, and designers Steven D. Selig, Alexander Mason and Robert Jensen. The big story in the awards was that American-designed and made shoes are giving fashion leadership to a whole new feeling in men's footwear in the United States and abroad, and a number of lines are selling extremely well in Europe instead of vice versa. EVELYN POWELL In LDS Temple Powell - Anderson Wedding Date Planned Mr. and Mrs. Ray Powell announce the engagement of their daughter Evelyn to Lowell B. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Del Roy Anderson, all of Spanish Fork. The wedding will be Solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple on April 24. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Spanish Fork High School, LDS Seminary and Brigham Young University, and is presently teaching at Southern Utah State College in Cedar City. Mr. Anderson graduated from Spanish Fork High, LDS Seminar}' and Snow College. He has filled an LDS mission to the Illinois mission and is currently attending BYU where he is majoring in zoology. Brides... have you registered at Taylor's Bridal Registry? We have a FREE GIFT for all brides who register their preference! Gift Ideas (Special Reductions This Week Only) Samsonite Luggage Bed Pillows Regular Price Hard & soft styles for men & women Poly filled, regular size Reg. $6.00 Ea 2 For $399 Assortment Cut Crystal Reg. $10.00 Each $799 Mikasa DINNERWARE 200 North 200 West, Provo 373-2600 open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m closed Sunday © 1973 by Taylor's Inc., Provo, Utah

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