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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 10A New Texas January Fashion show brightens day ByEDDABUCHNER Correspondent The first snow of the year fell in wet icing trees and grass for a brief moment before dissolving into water puddles reflecting the leaden In side the Bracken Community the monotone mood of winter was up against a battle of The Garden Ridge Womens club convened for a morning of food and The present 47 members looked like pictures of elegance from the meticulous hairdos down to the carefully selected The anticipated fashion show had evidently cast its spell beforehand by providing an occasion to get dressed Fashion as such is perhaps an frivolous yet colors and fabric structures can influence our mood and stimulate the sensory Dressing up is almost like painting a picture or creating a it awakens the artist inside a Why else would Norwegians in the lonesome whiteness of winter embroider parkas and boots with intricate colorful or the Massai in the heatsteeped grass lands of Africa wear dozens of brass rings around their necks as with one can of course simply enjoy looking at fashions without necessarily having to own or wear Board member Marie Ferguson had arranged for a show from Private Collections of San The clothes were modeled by club members Dee Pam Ludi Gilbreth and Denise all having slender figures and elegant The attractive collection of dresses sported lightly padded shoulders to accentuate the fragile waistlines and was enhanced with silver jewelry of generous proportions and daring who has had man nequin training at one opened the show with a classic shift dress made of rich brown The pure silk from Hong Kong wafted like a spring breeze around the body with every lending infinite grace to an otherwise severe Denise walked dressed to in an ensemble equally well suited for foggy London or sunny Over a khaki strapless decollte she wore a matching Ludi with her tall grace modeled a classic black shift by A silk scarf with an art deco design in greens and pinks was loosely draped over the right shoulder and tucked into the belt it converted the black dress into a flattering fashion The Italian earrings concocted from cut rhinestones and silver carried the fashion theme into Ludis short silvery a petite size wore a jade green silk twopiece cinched with a gold belt and large gold colored Dee followed in a pants suit of bluish green showing off the terribly expensive Cotel designer The triangular at least 6inch wide belt was set with large oval cut rhinestones on embossed silver metal and came with a price tag of Denise came out dressed for the rodeo in an Eileen West skirt and The natural cotton material depicted riding cowboys and green A concho definitely the in thing this was loosely tied around the Ludi followed with a turquois cotton skirt and The flouncy skirt was appliqued with colorful square emulating the Seminole Indian patch A long necklace of painted paper mache watermelon slices and tiny baskets completed the fiesta mood of this cheerful dress by an Pam appeared in a pure white cotton outfit by Following this years fashion the blouse was pleated on either side from the shoulders to the waistline and bore a metal stud detail which was repeated on the wide The blonde Dee floated in with an stunning black and white polysilk dress by designer Loirie A spiral of tarantella ruffles in blackandwhite abstract print encircled the narrow black Move Continued from Page 5A ly by many local and regional church which complained that denominational bureaucracies had lost touch to some extent with rankandfile But economic and other factors also were behind the as delineated by several of the denominations making initial decisions to move to the subject to ratifications by national conventions this Latest to line up for the parade west to Missouri were the Presbyterian Church booked to settle in Kansas and the United Church of its top offices headed for The newly forming Evangelical Lutheran Church of was ticketed to plant its headquarters in Chicago after three Lutheran bodies merge this The largest participant is now based in New denominations making Western shifts total about 10 million Their head quarters staffs number in hun with many in the lower echelons likely to quit rather than and have to be This is particularly the case for the Presbyterian whose overall staff of about have long been settled in New York and the dual headquarters since NorthSouth branches merg ed in A fourth major the 3millionmember Episcopal for several years has had a committee studying possible moves out of New consider ing midAmerican the 32denomination National Council of in cluding denominations now mov stays headquartered in dress from the softly puffed sleeves to the scalloped hemline giving a trailing Denise also wore a Kabala dress concocted from about five different ivory and black prints and perched over her eyebrow sat a very little pillbox hat made of the same The clou to the hat was a triangular broach with a black bead fringe which swayed coquettishly with every What a relief it would be for the hair if small or namental hats would come into vogue Ludi made her entrance in a ravishingly purpleblue dress made by The cut of the dress was fairly a cowel again the stiff fabric belt and a goudet The extravagance of this rather classsic dress lay in the vibrant color and the finesse of the Pam concluded the show in a gunmetalgrey silk dress by The plunging neckline looked very becoming on blouse was embroidered with large epaulettes of silver and rose and a pleated skirt shawl fell from the narrow waist to several inches below the A dazzling piece of a far cry from the everyday Having feasted the eyes on the members of the club proceeded to sample the appetizing desserts and salads each had brought for this Each recipe for these palateteasing foods will be recorded by Fran Rouchon for this years Another item on the agenda was the flea market to be held on March 14 from 8 till 2 The reason for this annual flea market is to have one combined garage sale rather than many individual garage sales which would attract a lot of unwanted traffic to the quiet residential areas of The tables can be rented for a each seller keeps her since this is not a fundraising adventure for the womens However items can be donated to the VFD Auxiliarys flea market table were the profits go to the Food and Fleamarket all three go together quite well as you can Crossword ACROSS 1 Delays 5 Junk 10 Vehicles 14 Out of whack 15 Moby Dick 16 Radiate 17 Allocate 18 Consumed 19 Expert 20 Superlative ending 21 Outface 22 Purify sea water 24 Inheritors 26 Cements 27 Cubic meters 29 Outman euvered 32 Zones 33 Chaps 34 Fatlmas husband 35 Marbles 36 Shouts 37 Next to 38 Drone 39 Shutter 40 Gave light 41 Follower 43 Harmonizes 44 Homer epic 45 Vouchers 46 Rove 48 Disdain 49 Virago 52 Secrete 53 Extraneous 55 Arizona river 56 Guns 57 Typical 58 Jewel 59 Fitting 60 Teepees 61 The East DOWN 1 Brocaded fabric 2 Grows up 3 Plea to Satan 4 Glimpse 5 Depones 6 Carbonizes 7 Classify 8 Sudsy drink 9 Chandeliers 10 Leaves off 11 Diplomatic jobs 12 Poster 13 Let it stand 21 Fades away 23 Days before PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 25 Periods 26 Was moody 27 Brazil dance 28 Strove 29 Boxers move 30 Antelope 31 Levees 33 Drudgery 36 Vamoose 37 Wornout 39 Cheese 40 Leg area 42 Firstborn 43 Rude people 45 Fleece 46 Cartoon word 47 River of England 48 Bewilder 50 Jai 51 Festivity 54 Exploit 55 District of India IRS ordered to simplify W4 WASHINGTON AP The Inter nal Revenue Service has been told to consider designing a simpler W4 form for workers to calculate the pro per income tax withholdings from paychecks following widespread complaints that the new form is too The IRS already has mailed out about 300 million of the fourpage which are designed to help taxpayers adjust their 1987 paycheck withholdings to square with the tax law revisions passed by Congress last But Treasury Secretary James Baker 111 said Thursday the current form and the lengthy worksheet that it includes for calculating the scores of changes in deductions and tax rates that Congress made is entire ly too I have asked that there be a review of the W4 form with a view toward changing seeing if we can simplify Baker told the House Budget Were going to see if we cant come up with a better he The Treasury secretary said he did not know how long it would take to develop a new form or when it might be But he said that tax payers in the meantime should con tinue filling out the present version to avoid a lot of unpleasant sur prises down the The W4 form is the document which tells employers how much to withhold from employees paychecks an amount in is based on how many dependants or other allowances an individual or couple Because of the widespread changes made last year in the tax all taxpayers are being required by the government to fill out W4s this year and submit them to their employers by The which as late as last week had said there were no plans to change the had urged tax payers to get them back to employers as soon as possible to avoid incor rect withholding for the Taxpayers are subject to penalties if too little is withheld from their paychecks and they end up with big tax bills when they fill out their JJ too much is it amounts U an interestf ree loan to the govern although overwithhoiding also increases the size of tax The number ol exemptions claimed OB previous W4s may not necessarily be correct for as the new tax Law reduces or eliminates scores of at the same time Soil Conservation County soil surveys ready ByCARLENGLERTH District Conservationist Copies of the Comal and Hays counties Soil Survey issues in June 1984 are still Anyone having a need for a copy may get one free at the Soil Conser vation Service office located at 358 Suite in New Farmers and ranchers will find the survey helpful in 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