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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I THS IRHBRIDGE HERALD Tucidny, Moy 1, 197? The golden ages of fashion... MRS. CHARLOTTE HUGHES Looks cool and chic in Fortrel with navy pattern and 5dlid navy insel and belt. The simple, easy-fit neckline is trimmed with a smglc, jaunty flower. Bright red accessories arc added a dash of gaiety. MRS. FREDA ALLEN Favors a simple while sheath with diaconal I ri p c s in a caramel shade, featuring ihe popular mandarin collar. A shiny, diamond -pa Herned shoulder bsg, while gloves, and snappy summer sandals complete inc ensemble. A new kind of fashion show A wide, wonderful world of fashion for the young- 111 -heart was presented at the Vales Memorial Centre on Sunday. Golden Reflections, a fashion show for the mature v.nman, was presented by the Canadian Menial Hcallh Association. Southern Region, with local women act- ing as models. A zingy collection of shirtmakers, sheaths, pant suits and was gracefully jlvlcd in easy care fabrics designed lo meet, Ihe de- mands of modern living. A peek into Inn past was a special highlight of (he event, with a selection of beautiful heirlooms, from 1850. being modelled by riescendenls of the ori- ginal owners. RETURN OF THE LONG SKIRT Mrs. H.ighes looks elegant In the long lock. It'i a graceful fashion for parly, palio, al-homa wear and travel. The black skirl is in the forefront of fashion, giving a new look lo that old favorite the fan pleat. The crisply classic white blouse is trimmed with black bjw and buttons. Edward Finlay, Photos MRS. ROSE BENJAMIN fn )hn fhn rf-.prcrnhfn fwrn- tiri. Tiny cjold nrn irnllorrd ovnr this rich hlcicl- wlvrl cJin-.-, with flouncf nnd Inc" collnr mul fuff--. sirnnds of bt'cidii, ih-1 t-rrj, worn not ovorlooked. ANNA MURDOCH WCKIT-, a mwn from 1390 I' 1'lncV riclily lurkntl. kri nl iniHIon '.Ir.ivns I h.-ind mcic'.' tr.llrn cind iiullnn lifr.ts, nil p''imo iifit, cind nn 05 ynnr old wntch, slill prrffr.1 limn, coniplrln rnspmlilo. MRS. HEAI-f JEN'SHN Moclfls n irj rpwn orirjinally worn Ity hrr qrniul- mollu'i in 1909. Row up )n row ol vci licnl luckinq, lerj of mutton nnd n hirjh lace-trimmed collar arn Ilin fashion hiqhliq its of this classic cjmvn, winch is slylrrl in ihp soflnsl cronmv satin. ;