Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1968 · Page 11
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June 28, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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JUNE 28,, 1968 ALTON TELEGRAPH the fashion parade are a mini-skirted nun's dress with hood-collar combination, left, and monk's dress with hood. Both are from Paraphernalia and were created by Walter Holmes who calls them "mini- medievals." Holmes is a 34-year-old Chicago designer who was born in London, (AP Wirephoto) Mini-Habits Shock Clerics, Create Maxi-Controversy NEW YORK (AP) - Costumes designed to add "propriety and prudence" to the mini skirt and fashioned after the garb of nuns and monks are arousing a maxi-controversy. Chicago Daily News columnist Virginia Kay gave the designer —Walter Holmes, a London born Chicagoan who created the dresses for the Bar-out Paraphernalia chair—' 'The Shockingly Bad Taste Award of the Year, Decade and Century." Clerics aren't mincing any words either. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph T.V. Snee, associate vicar of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York; suggested that young women—instead of imitating religious fashions—ought to "imitate their habits—especially those of modesty, purity and chastity/' , "Whether it's miniskirts or minihabits," he said, "both are tasteless and indecent," Holmes, 34, who is a member of the Church of England, explained that his motivations were strictly, pious. Customers seem to be giving their approval by purchasing the dresses which sell for $29 without the hood and collar which distinguished them from an ordinary minidress. About half the customers are paying the extra $6'for the hood and collar. Mrs. McCoy, C. G. Sheary Married Mrs. Evelyn McCoy, 805 Ewing St., East Alton, and Charles G. Sheary of Hanser Lane, Godfrey, were married Saturday in the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church before the Rev. James Thomson. 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West, had made a "penalty showing 'length and strength in spades. South there fore knew it would do him no good to lead a trump to the ace and then return a trump from dummy. East won the first trick with ;he ace of clubs and returned ;he seven of clubs to the king. South promptly led his single- on king of hearts. Perhaps he would have stolen a trick with the king of hearts if he lad led the suit from dummy, but South desperately needed ruffing tricks and didn't need heart trick. Ruffs Hearts East Won with the ace of icarts and led his other club to the queen. Now South led a trump to the ace and ruffed a heart. He continued with the ace of diamonds and a diamond o the king. The diamond finesse was both risky and unnecessary. South then ruffed another leart and led his last diamond Q get out of his hand. By this inie South was reduced to three trumps and the last diamond, while West held three trumps and a club. West discarded a club on the bird round of diamonds, but t didn't help. 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District Republican Women's Club, 8 p.m., Alton Savings & Loan Association meeting room. TUESDAY, July 2 Alton WCTU, 1 p.m., First Methodist Church parish house; election of officers. Sweet Adelines, 7:30 p.m., Eagles Hall. BPWC Board, 7:30 p.m., Stratford Hotel. Women of the Moose, 8 p.m., Moose Hall. WEDNESDAY, July 3 Summer Reading Program, 2 p.m., Hayner Library; read and discuss "Tom Sawyer," by Mark Twain. Civil Air Patrol, 8 p.m., Civic Memorial Airport. THURSDAY, July 4 No meetings scheduled. FRIDAY, July 5 Senior Citizens, 10 a.m., potluck luncheon, Recreation Center. Rebekah Lodge 475,8 p.m., Western Star Odd Fellows Hall. SENSE, 8-11 p.m. YMCA; dance and swim party. SATURDAY, July 5 SENSE Swim Party, 2 to 4 p.m., Montlcello College pool. Continuing Our STOREWIDE 50% SALE Also Special Group of 'Items At Greater Savings HACK'S 622 E. BROADWAY ALTON Ens . ,o Mf. DowYis graduated from the Kitkwood, Mo. 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