The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 2, 1967 · Page 8
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

Frederick, Maryland
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Saturday, September 2, 1967
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BACK TO SCHOOL ^UN -- Slides and a see saw spell fun for little girls at recess So do new back to school clothes, like these fashions worn by Cheryl and Pamela Grove, daughters of Mrs. Genevieve Grove of West South Street. Here Cheryl models little plaid skirt with elastic waistband of 50 percent orlon and 50 per cent rayon with cotton peter pan collar blouse Her washable yellow sweater is of 100 per cent acrylic. Older sister Pam models a pumpkin and white checked suit with turtleneck collar shell blouse IIlUUit?ll9 U.IHC yiMlVl 0»" fc n *«» ·w-*- - -- -. _ ^^ ^^ ^"^^T"^ A New Look For School Togs BACK IN THE SWING -- Nancy Duvall and Susan Reid will swing into another year of school activities in their new outfits from Woolco Nancy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Aubrey L. Duvall of McKaig wears an olive green and blue striped mini pant dress of 100 per cent bonded cotton *ith matching pantaloons Susan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Marry H. Reid of North Market Street, wears a yellow, red and black plaid kilt accented with a large gold safety pin closing and topped with a gold turtleneck pullover of 100 per cent orlon Photos By Nelson Brooks Bright colors, in bold stripes, plaids and checks will dominate the classroom scene this fall. A'though durability is still an important requirement for school clothes, the drab, serviceable look is gone In its place are snappy little pant dresses, some with matching pantaloons t h a t peak out from under short mini skirts. Others, all in one, zip down the front for easy wearability. Then there is the return of the belt -- high up, low down or right at the waist There is the free-flowing tent as well as the body fit and flare line too. And the trim, slim shape still remains strong this fall. Colors include earthy brown, red, orange and gold in the desert family. Borrowed from the Far East are fuschia, hot pink and bright purple Emerald, moss and forest green will also be popular. The new interest in the military look also gives impetus to navy, khaki and o'ive And these are often combined with the bright oranges, golds and reds The back-to-school fashions showTi here can all be found at Woolco Department Store. STRIPED MINI -- Gracing the bicycle rack at North Frederick Elementary School is Nancy, wearing a red, blue and yellow striped mini dress of 100 per cent cotton SCOUTING AROt'ND -- Dressed snuggly in her yellow red and h'ue striped coat from Woolco, Pam scouts tho territory from her jungle gym perch at Staley Park Cheryl, in a brown- gold wool coat with brown collar and matching tarn looks on Both coats have warm pile lining I J L W S P A P L R f l R C H I V E ® -- . ANSWER TO CHILLY WINDS -- Perched on the snake like slide at Stal°y Park, Nancy and Susan model their answer to chilly winter winds Left, Nancy models a princess style double br«Mted camel coat with black piping trim and black buttons The coat also comes in red Susan wears a corduroy car coat with dy»d lamb collar and 100 per cent acrylic pile lining WARDROBE \H T ST -- With sweaters and skirts the wardrobe must of every high school miss. Susan adds P soft brown ensemble to her collection The brown and white plaid skirt is topped with a ribbed poor boy. ,''SP4PERf

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