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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Ocloblr 20, 1971 fur-trimmed leather windowpane checks and from Europe elegant cover up Second showing tonight at 8 Fall fashion 'do your own thing' By MARILYN' ANDERSON Family Editor is back for fall and sedate Oxford grey suit featur-! other in a red monk's coat in ing a five panelled skirt with i red velvet with silver and pink double slit, trim extending to the velvet winter. Whether the chic and simple black dress or teamed with bright overskivts or stark whites, black is a flat- tering favorite for women and the first night showings of the Beta Sigma PM fall fash i o n show brought it on strong. Set in a framework of bright lights on the stage of t n e Yates Centre Tuesday, and ac- companied by the mood set- ting Point of Interest, sorority models previewed what's new and available in the city for the fashion conscious trend- setter. The showings for men and women continued trends set last March with hot pants still strong even when teamed with cover ups. A preponderance of pants re- veals the comfort and ease of dress that women have enjoy- ed since the advent of the pants The longer lengths were off- set by a front slit, front open- ings, or loose closing over hot pants. It was disappoiniing not to hear commentary on women's shoes since they were outstand- ing and more complimentary than shoes we've seen for many a year. Cranb e r r y and aubergine were heavy favorites in men's Photos (by Bryan hood. Fur trimmed leather coats were shown in fox and lamb, which are going to be tailored and trim for winter wear. Fashions were presented by Maxine's and John Black's Men's Wear. Coiffures were by the Classic and exceptionally good presentations by the Vik- ing for male models. Modelling fashions were Car- olle Perry, Ruth Rittenhouse, Fran Harvey, Betty Dorren, Juanita Marino, Ardyce Wat- son, Ruth Elzinga, Mary Cun- ningham and Julia Ewing; Pat Rut ten, Paul Rusnak, Bob MacGregor, Jack Lilja, Doug Dunlop and Gordon Hop- kins. i Beta Sigma Phi convenor was Joan Erdman and com- mentators were Reno Lizzi and Maxine Higgins who also serv- ed as co ordinator. Proceeds for the show go to support the various projects of Beta Sigma Phi. These irclude the Kiwanis Music Festival, the Allied Arts Council, Dr. Kate A n d re w s Memorial Award Scholarship, the Alberta Dance Festival and the YWCA. A musical interlude was pro- vided by Eddie Gnandt, who re- ceived the sorority scholarship at the music festival. A second showing will be held tonight at the Yates at 8 p.m. suit. Several hoop pants were shown showing the European influence. Tweeds, and horizon- tal stripes in bold tones were other favorites. Crushed velvet returns this j year in a mustard green and purple, the latter a popular choice for women, switching to plum shades for men. Men's fashions were interest- ing judging by audience re- sponse to the several colorful ensembles such as a turquoise all wool double knit suit and bold cherry and navy after ski took in machine washable knit. Once again a good range of fashions for all ages prevailed, from snappy purple hot pants in crushed velvet to a more apparel and very striking when worn by men with more than a few gray hairs. Flat back, centre vents, and half belts and inverted centre pleats in double breasted styles proved are popular fashion fea- tures on men's fall suite. The blazer look blazing its way across Canada for fall fnr both men and women, was shown in red, white and blue stripes for miladi and updated in plum fortrel for her escort. Outfits were especially well co-ordinated by couples in the show pointing up the not so- light jest of a husband and wife co ordination of colors before a night out. Two outstanding coats were evening wraps one in black velvet with mink trim, and the BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY AT 8-00 PM SJ 25 in 55 Numbers 12 Game in 7 Numbers 4th 8lh 12 rjames Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE tOYAt ORDER OF MOOSE B E N E F I T S H O E S WORLD OF FASHION AT YOUR FEET We cordially invite you lo select your new fall shoe wardrobe from our fabulous collection of world famous brand names. Amalfi Gold Cross Red Carpet Roland Cartier Fourth Debs La Vullee Hush Puppies Oomphies Cobbics Clinics or The Teen Set Eye Catchers Shindigs Hi-lo's A COMPLETE SELECTION OF WINTER FOOTWEAR FOR ALL THE FAMILY St. Patrick's CWL Winners crushed velvet THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY s H O E S Benefit Shoes Ltd. 615 4lh S. Phone 327-7300 OPEN THURS. AND HI. Till 9 P.M. books needed Cnildren's books arc still ur- gently needed for the library at the Indian school near Glen- wood. People who would like to do- nate suitable books may contact Nina Kloppcnborg, 327-4750 to arrange pick-up. Residents of the Glenwood area can phone teacher Helen Mackenzie, 626- 3512. 2nd Prize MRS. ALTA CLARK 1003 12lh St. B., 3. 3rd Prize MRS. CHARLOTTE GAFFNEY 617 19th SI. S. 4th Priie MRS. OTTIE COYNE 414 24lh St. S. Winner of Doll Raffle: MRS. ROSE IRVINE 623 13lh St. S. KAYSER PANTY BRIEFS Reg. 1.79-2.00 NOW ,00 WOMEN'S AND TEENS' DRESSES silE5 PANTSUITS, JACKETS and WALKING SUITS OFF CHILDREN'S DRESSES and PANT SUITS 20% OFF CHILDREN'S IMPORTED CLOTHING 10% OFF GOBY'S LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WEAR 322 13th Street North PANT TOPS Sizes 20% OFF ;