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EV!EMNG 'PUBLIC LEDGBR-kADBLPHtA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER it., 1922
ST GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE
tiancy Wynne Talks of Decided Clianges in Styles This
p((U She Chats About Several Sub-Debs Only
One-half of 'Richard Can Sivim
ifWdnS In style nre w mnrked
T.. like Hip tennis in .""""" """
Vlrtsare Tn j '' . , w ,, ,i
!. A ? IVJevernl vcara nl.lcr tl.au
i4JV ATTRACTIVE DEBUTANTE OF THE AUTUMN
(lauchter of Mr. nnil Mrs. William
CHAM"" " , . ...ii.i,,.!..,, nt I.yttleten Barclay, cf Chwtnut Hill, nnd
IhpnW " flrl' m! !,iiB,?,i Nr- J0'110'' Muscea Unrnett, of New
IVtIXi WlllVll Will 1IU 1JIULU Kill jn.-
rtay, October 7, at Trinity rrfubytrrlixn
Church. Chestnut Hill. Mrn. V. Ilenu-
n,("'' i - .wMeil ttndcnrv tewnrtl ' i"nt Whitney, 2d, will be the matron of
There I n, llccU ',,," with . ',,1,1 i Hener. nd the brldeimnlilq will lnclude
,., Ilusslnn. .usm uttt ,.'. " jMIn Marv ClmnnlnR Wlster nnd JIIm
very nwrn in v"S"; " ' I prances Jtpmme winter, cousins or tne
nruin: jiihs vireinia uarnett. muicr in
the bridegroom, and Mlna Esther Hewes ,
fUeventf, of New Yerk. Mr, Chattel .
Men-Ill Chaplti. Jr., of New Ycik, will
be the best man. and the ushers will In
clude Mr. William T.vttleten Harelny.
;r 01 tub urine , -mi. .i. nv
n'l.. i., , in v nt tennis I scarce- iVtdw lK I.ewli. Mr. William Mende
.ir tlter buds of Inst Kensetf.
th n l. ,lre of knitted wool n
. wh"Lei- iBrl. nnd Mine e the eli
T hnve jut come bnck from n ecu- ' ,Irii brother of the bride; Mr
uu ..- - 41,,,-n nrn wearinc mrin. KaririMit.
n.lr In.nine dnv nt tennis I senrce- r,ydwlK T.ewK Mr. William M"ndt
On the PV ,Wetnna Unvrlx. in n l-'leteher. Mr. Alfred Peer, of New YerU
If "WL II FK ae br Bit blue anu Mr ICrlc Clark, of Terente. Canada,
J'if. i nel wbicli was made with Mlf June fl. Ooedman, daughter of
Infthree white atrlpes around tl
thlth was et the same material
Vt . Hill, hns Issued Invitations for a lunch- i
ime materini i rr f(JU m Saturday nt the Philadelphia
In ribbon. I judge country Club te meet Miss Kllxabeth
jetted woei V'V,,. nreli the f,UM i Mr. and Mrs. William Ooedman, Jr., of.
threc.Mi'i'.?,'- :.,.. nn,i tlm fiine I i6p uermantewn. avenue, unenm u
.1 iKfUA W I l' PVll"- .......... .-- - TflTl !,- ,
.".:.- nf crcirraiu riuiiun. i juu.v country
"at. "... .i... rnff nme hIihiIC 118 tin1 , Henrlett. ATlna Renhln irpl,an nnd MIt,
"i inl'veii knew bow prcttv Jeephlne .Small, nil of Ilalllmere. who
Ki looked for wbe has the most nrn KiieM? of Mini Cloedman during .
fiterRie '00lvV!' ,,," n.i Mup ores tennis weelt.
wonderful g'dn lml ?n",i' i , ,fn Mr. and Mrs. Ooedman will enter tain.
:..i u nltoBetlier meHt cnaiirrtps In up- I t flllln0I. .,,. Mendn. Kentinher IS. In I
liener of Mlsw Jenhlne M. Themas ne- i
tore the dance te be Riven m her nencr.
Mini Ooedman, who h.n been visiting
Mica Anne Wethcrlll In Jamestown, will
Mrs. William N. Merlce, of Ballner,
Chestnut Hill, will entertain at luncheon
n Thuicday In honor of her daURhter.
Miss Alice Merlce, nt the Philadelphia
Mr nnd Mrs. Herbert 1J. Weller, of '
Panlflr. Hcicht?. Honolulu, nre recclvlnc
congiatulatlen.s en the birth of a, dauph dauph
ler. Marie Louise AVeller. en August tfi-
inn .hi-. '",, ,- ,,,.in,l Hnnwi ' we or was .mibs .luna i.. lecencr.
d Helen Sewcll. vrhe mairicd llenrj ()au 1)t01. of 5jr3. Samuei y. Ileebner, of I
flexe. Jr., en Saturday, were very lhe ueiievue-Stratferd. I
WW""iS"n'?.'reni and Mrn, Charle, Megaree I
l,U. Anpuc i TSi.... i, i'. of ICcnnetsIde. wilmmBten, uei
iMr, In understand, but Eleaner nas i w(ll Bhertv ls!ll,0 car13 for n tea en
Mil severnl years te wnlt. i Saturday afternoon, October 14, te In-
Annbelle were one ei me new treduee Mrn. Levin ueouianie uauKnicr.
Manses of urey knit Nllk embroidered in Miss Harriet Hurd Curtis. Miss Curtis
Sy!S,.B Mrl: of brocade material, has lut returned from Paris, where, she
reu "J 1 1. wee f ttirnnntcn hlim 'pent a year nt scnoei ana in iravei.
ud her skirt was of turquolse blue ma Jwtg t he glmmer nt
tweed. A peml-spert hat of prey straw thelr celt0pe at Cape May.
Wr'rT,htbturauXeC,nnn"l bellow' Mrs. Hll Kirk Price, cf 1709 Walnut
trimmed with a turquoise nnd yciiew ftn(1 her n,ece MrB Krtwanl
Hrd. , , , , , , Florens Rlvlnu, of Chestnut Hill, nre
Eleaner s blotise was et brown and (,pena;nB a few days In New Yerk at
tny checked silk, nnd her skirt a a ' the Hetel Lerraine,
sort of mustard color. Her het wns anfl MfB Jet)n n McIlhenny nn,i
A model of Cray and miftnrd chanjjp- i thcr aUKhter, Miss Bernlce McIlhenny,
ible silk. Yeu hnve no idea hew very or Gennantewn. who. spent the summer
unart titer both looked. Their mother. I traveling abroad, will return te this
you letnentber. was Miss Annnbclle country en the Majestlc tomorrow.
McCrenty, a sister of Mrs. Hal Pair Announcements have ben received of
f Baltimore. Mip IS n very ecniunui the marriage nr MlR'i imiznnem rnnes,
Miranee. Bunny Oenir with Iter snnp
r .- Wnck crcs. brigbt color nnd brown
if ?. rtrfkln "contrast te aeergle.
krl she tee, were n frock nnd enpe
kat of brilliant eranRO wool, the cape
wine finished with u cellar of srny an
SS IJ tat was of gray geerRette
ni I had long encjs of the gray ltaiiRlns
lewn en the shoulder.
THn Powell girls, Annnbelle nnd
i.'.iiimir. who are dniurhters of Mr.
..j Mr Wllllnm Scwell nnd cousins
wzfsmvt xi ytvKimm-. rz:- mmmt!..!
;M XV 'AV w Ny &fv fau?
'"'fai-j'- : ' tar. i
i .--jl i. -'?; ts 'n. ,,vaf.,'T sta ' !
Chelsea, has returned horn for the open
Ing of school.
Miss Hese Cerkhlll, who spent the
early part of the season with her par
ents In New Yerk, Is new at home after
a short stay In Chelsea, where she was
stepping at the Phi Blffma. Tu Sorority.
Mr. Themas Phillips, of 2527 Seuth
Seventeenth street, has returned home
after a short stay In Wlldwoed.
Miss Delly McDevltt. of 1711 Mif
flin street, wns the truest of Mis Cath
arine Teffart, of Seuth Klxteenth street,
at the summer home of her parent In
Che.sca for n, short time last week.
Mrs. Edward O'Koefe and hr fam
ily, of 2425 Seuth Hoseweod street, has
gene te Atlantic fliy, where alie will
remain for some time.
Miss Kilty Green, of 2311 Seuth Six
teenth street, hns returned home after
n short stay In Chelsea.
Mlsn Mary Hannlgan, of 19S2 Seuth
Sixteenth street, spent several days last
week In Atlantic City.
Mr. Peter Fceney. of 218 Seuth Chad
wlek street, has returned home after a
short stay in Wlldwoed.
Along the Main Line
Mrs. Heward Iengfltreth and her i
rhlMran. whn hnve licen abroad for I
four months, returned a short tlme age
te their home In Haverford.
Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Le Bcutlller ana
their children, of Paell, have returned
from a few weeks' stay at Cape May.
Mrs. Jehn M. Penlscn, of Itosement,
i will return from ortlteast iiaruer, me.,
'where shj spent tits summer, an Sep
I Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdgar Heward, of Bryn
I Mawr, who have spent the summer at
unr iiaiuer, reiurneu te tins ctiy a lew
days age, where they hava taken ft
neusa ai ivti ue ivuncBy- pmcu, wmui
they will occupy during the autumn and
house ni 2031 De Lance;
Mrs. It. W. Guernsey, of Bryn Mawr,
Is spendlng a fortnight with friends en
Mr. and Mrs. ITrank W. KIdd, cf
4936 Oreene street, have left for an
extended tour of the Canadian Reckies
and the Pacific Coast, te return some
time In October,
Miss Isabella C. Salter, 830 West
Hnnsbcrry street, who has been spend
ing the summer at Cedar Island Camp,
In the Adlrendarks. hns returned te Jein
her parents at Wlldwoed Maner, Wild Wild
weed, N. .1.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Graham Gorden
and their family, of G307 Germantewn
nvenue, have icturncd from a visit In
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. I. Gartman, of fiSJO
McCnllum street, who have been spond spend
lng the stimmer In Ventner, have re-
tutnea te inin ctiy
The family of Mrs. Ulmcr gave a
birthday party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Georce Plum en Wednesday eve
ning. Mrs. Jnmes Oladhlll will enteitaln n
few friends nt bridge this evening
Mr. Rebert Stackhmise was the guest
af his brother. Mr. William It. Stack
house, en Wednesday.
Miss A Katharyn Kulp, daughter , s,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Kulp, of Kalrvlew, 'Mtj
nnd Jir. James w. Hunts, or uayten, "ij
17.. ..... . .l..l .. U..,..Mr1n al . I1
Washington Memerial Chapel, ValUy Oi
The liev. w. nereeri wric ff.
The hrlde and lirldecratttn
Miss Catharine Tearsen. of Oerbroek
gave a luncheon at tha JMIcvup-Strnt-
ford, followed by a theatre parly, en ' in the Women's
Thursday In honor of MIhi Helen W Ureslter, Pa
Palst. whose marriage te Mr. Jehn It , -j
Roberts will take place Kipieinixr ju
The guests In-ludcd Miss I'ajst's bridal
Mr, H. H. Ganser. manager of the
Counties Gas nnd lilertrle Company
Is at Bedford Springs attending Urn un-
nual Pennsylvnnla Electric L!i;ht Asse
clntlen convention. i
were mint tended. The bride work AV1
firnHS nr rinri limn i.n.ninn rrnna nnfi'jL r.rT
litack satin hat. Her cersig bouquet . '.(KJa
wna of orchids and lilies of the VAlW. OS
, r"cepiicn ter me immediate iamin u,jj
roiiewed nt tne iioine or tne dhw
iinrents. Mr nnd MrH. Ilurns will llvn
In Dnyten Pa The bride was the first
Norrlntewn irlrl te serve ns a farmerette
Lsna Army at
A' .AW'MVM... '
a. . Ki.,i. V ..
, PhetD br VanltT Flr Allen Drw Cook
MISS NANCY KNOWLES
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Knewleli, of Chestnut
Hill, who has recently returned from Europe with her parents,
where the spent the summer. Miss Knewlcs, who will make her
debut at a tea en October 10, will also be the guest of honor at a
ball en February S.
rremim, te her dnugnters come ey tucir uaugnrer c-i .Mr. ami airs im. -unri..
ilc nntiirnllv Their mint. Mrs. of Chestnut Hill, and Mr. Ldwln ( .
J?i n t!, -i, u-n Mui Heinn "ewe, en Satuiday. August 26. at IV
Charlle Herle. who was Miss Helen ( 'chnn. Mr and Mrs. Howe will
Bevell. Is te my thinking one )f the , , t ,wm aftPr October 1 nt Paak
ttrx hanilseinc.'-t women in l'minuei- nek
Mrs. Francis L. Potts, of the Betlev'M-
c,P..fnl whn ft. unendtni? Rdtnn time
IVERY year for the lust two seasons at itet springs, Va . entertained at din-
some ene has gotten (lie Idea i ner last pvenmg in noner or i.irs. j
rjl,l, TIeni.-(nH is te make her debut. R. Weed and Miss Irene tramp, oeui ei
8e far an I can find out. no one ran thIs cit-v
ttll where said rumor start. Certainly Mrs Jav Coeke. Jr., of Broekflfld,
net from Mr. and Mrs. Stevens Heek-, Chestnut Hill. Is nt the Berkshire Inn,
icher. Owhdvs' stepfather tin.! mother. I at Grent Harrington. Mass. wh e tour-
for the simple reason that Hulmh,. is' lnr with Mrs Tleherl V .llder Bush and
Mill a schoelRirl and net Uhtreii iwir J,lrs Allre Bu8h' of roeKI"-
eld Tct. She was only nheiit fourteen Mr nnd Mrfl. J. Rutherford McAI-
lrhcn her mother married Mr. Ilr'-k- I lister of Brlekhelme, Chestnut Hill, nre
(cher, but foniehew the idea set nheiit rnendlng a few days nt Het Springs,
that she would come out With Ultn, ,
who was1 Introduced two senrens ntcn. i Mrs. Abram S Valentine, Miss Care-
Well, it's nil nensensp. nnjhew. She lvn H. Valentine and Mr. Abram S.
may net even come out next unr. She ''alentlne, Jr.. who hae been In Euren;-
Is geins te school nr Delih IVrry. I for a y-ar will feturn te Chestnut Hill
Dorethy Clothier, alue, is net te lie pie- the end of ,ne wceU-
untfd this year, ns had been announced ' Mr and Mrs. Henry V. Mlchell and
en tevernl occasions She is iielm; te their il.augl.tere. Miss Helen V Michel!
.Micr.cn, ei J yi J
Thov exptct te
... kh ... .l.in rit.. ,l.n a.wI nf Gait amhAr
tne rear in l'ntis. nnrr in Smithern .
Prance, tmrt in Sn.iin nnd Tlnlv . I Mrs. Jnmes Prescott Mnrtln and her
Miss Elleabejth Campbell, of 1433
Jacksen street. Is rpending a fortnight
at Atlantic City.
Miss Jessica Prlgger. of 2531 Seuth
Sixteenth street, will return te her home
Mr. H. N Blair, of 5141 WyRlualngl P'n..wK after spending tne season in
neniie, who ha3 been spending a few ck "
days in Chelsea, will leave shert'y for MIns Bernndine Gallagher, of Seven
a trip te Washington. D. C. teenth and Rltner streets, who haa been
spending the season at th summer home
Mr. and Mrs. R. Harry Davisen, of
West Philadelphia, announce the en
gagement of their daughter Miss Ruth
Murray Havison, te SJr. Geerge Celes
Patten, also of West Philadelphia.
Mlas Dorethy A. Laird, of 1369 Sellers
street, has Just returned from a. two
weeks' stay at Beach Haven Terrace.
Mrs. J. T. Andrews and her family,
of Orthodox street, who have been spend
ing the summer at their cottage In Ocean
City, will shortly return te thelr home,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Munslng. of
Frankford, have returned from Wild Wild
weed, whero they spent the summer nt
I Mr. Geerge MeFarland of inji He
Mr. and Mrs. Leuis Stem and Miss Kalb street, who spent the summer tout teut tout
Beatrlce Stern, of 6001 Lincoln Drive, ing Kngland. Krnnce Spain nnd Ha'
have returned home after spending the I lms returned home
summer In Kurepean travel. - ..
iir inu .Mrs ueiien weira, .n uu .
Mrs. Samuel M Dedd, Mr. nnu Mrs. j
leuis Emmens nnd Mr nnd Mrs Wnl-
tl Ti Urmamalai. fkf 54 Wfl fthmfirP I1TO '
metering through' New Yerk and New
Mrs. Andrew M East wide, of Wnl-
llngferd. entertained Informally a
luncheon a few days age In honor of
her daughter-in-law Mrs. A Maurlce I
Eastwlck, of Baltimore, who has been
her gueit for a weelc.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Heward Elliett, of
Coatcsvllle. Pa., are spending sccral
weeks In Atlantic. City.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Jacksen, of 6622 i
Woodland avenue, have returned home
after spending a few days In Laurel
Springs. N. J. (
of her parents en North Chelsea avenue,
Hnrt n venr in I'm is nt .Me. .Moes' and mh Mercnce
Krlinnl T nv n van. t,i ln,.ie iif rn Chestnut street ilie have
i. t... .... ,...'i.. ... ...i..'. i ......; , Ing en the Continent during
.v." ',"- '"'I'1" "' "" f '!""" 'rave i ;, nt Peauvllle.
nvuui, llii' lUIIMIU, lrt'IlMlIll III t)L
Dorethy C'lethifr is the daughter of Mr. i 'V iVr--,n,W i'T, "n V,"',,iVanin
nt lt! M..iu i nnii,i,. ....i .. illaneve, will sail en the Aqultanm
S?.. V n i-i Vi . i r ""ll, ' I for France tomorrow le join Miss Der-
rttr of Lnilly ( lethier who r.tnrricd ethy h. Mnrtin, who 13 no win Paris.
Fred Htr.swl rldn. nml nf l.nl'i Clrxl.-
Iff, who rnme out InM year. Kntherine ' Mrs Jehn High Mecray, of Cape May,
Redii-s Mrs Willi tin limine, ' ,l entertained nt cards en Friday after
SnThJlV; il n ..'.,. f,.,' i r ti ? ' neon, last nt the Hetel Lafnyette. The
anghter, is n great friend of Dorethy RUf,8tn Included Mrs. Mecray's mother.
UOthler. and she. tee, is going te Paris Mrl., Frederick Benjamin Havlland. of
IMS rear nt Mile. Moes' Scheel. I Xw Yerk: Mrs Jeseph Pocher, Mrs.
lAiuine tiven is nneiner who was te Jehn w. Jlecray, .Mrs. i.eenaru uavis,
liar teen introduced this venr and will
JUt make her debut Her father. Mr
T, Henry Dixen, died about two months
MrP. Allen Thurmnn S.iyrn, Mrs Lemuel
Miller, Mrs. Harry Hughes Mis. Jessu
Rutherford. Mrs Lerey Wilsen, Mrs.
M. nn,l TnUe hnu ,,n, .nil,- .,.:. .1 exail-ismytne, .Mrs. ueerge vuriiH, airs.
.!', " " , ' " ''" ijjca ummen, wra jesepn warn, Mrs,
net te go out. I Ralph Stevens, Mn. Albert Reynolds,
T5T.OHAUD wns running nlen; Hie
beach barefooted and In bathing
top, nnd only new nnd ng-tlu would he
rtn Inte the water, and then only up
'nil ankles. Uncle Chnrlic, who was
wttchlng the nnlle. of the M'ung mini,
sailed te him : "I thought ,en said reu
feuld gwlm." "Se 1 inn." affirmed
TOtms nephew. "Well, whv don't vett
le eat and show me?" asked his doubt -'nf
uncle. "I would, only daddy snys
Mt te go out fnr, cause it's like tills,
fsee: Only one-half of me can swim."
Mrs Walter Stnrr. Jr., Mrs. Jeseph
Hughes, Mrs. Everett .lerrell, Mrs.
Harrv Needles. Miss. Martha. Schel
lenger, Mls.s Rae Curtis, Miss Helen
Moere and Miss Hilda Ware.
Mfs. Charles Mortlmeore, of 1520
Spruce street, announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Mies Katharlne
Naglee Mortlmeore. te Mr. Peter Lam
bert Schauble, of this city. Mrs. Mortl Mertl Mortl
meoro nnd her daughter are spending
a few weeks at the Marlboreugh-Ulen-hoJm,
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund S. Helmes, of
Rlverten, N. J . announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Esther Fisher,
te Mr. Edward Merris Jenes, of Ger Ger
mantewn. Mrs. Geerge S. Walte. of Welsel, Pa.
ATitAfM'na.1 tntm n frTL' rlnva nw Vir
Miss Ann Wlatftr Rnrclnv teII! nr miesta Mra Iielen Ilnkriey. MlHa AMca
MlSK Anna TtTlatA.. Ilaraln,, n,lll
Mmaid of honor nt the marrlnge ctt her i Walte, Mies Martha Magulgan, of Glen
"iter. MI33 Careline Steckcr Barclay, olden, Pa,, and Mr. Rogers Shaw.
iKipenrmts, DvsteNERa s- makers of women a
AND QfllLDKUH'S APPAJiEL, OF THK mOUBRT CpAR
ACTVn FOR MORE THAK TWENTY-SIX 1 UARB
North Philadelphia '
Mrs L. W. Harris and her daughter,
Miss Myrtn B. Harris, of 2414 North i
HeuWcr street, nte spending a fortnight!
nt the Pcrklemcn Inn, Schwcnks-
illc. Pa. i
Miss Flera A. Kletz, of 877 North I
Twentieth street. Is spending some time
at Llttln Nnhant, Mass.
After a two months' stay In New ,
England Mrs. Charles A. Keder, et
215s North Sixteenth street, returned
te her home bv way of Fall River, '
Masa., te New Yerk en the steamship
Commonwealth en Wednesday evening,
September 0. i
Mrs. E. McDencfugh. of 2815 West I
Lehigh avenue. Is ssendlng a fortnight
as tne fruest or Mrs. james Aicuoneugu,
Mis Florence Moerehnuse, of 1822
North Camae street, has returned home
nfter spending some tlme at Lake
Geerge, N. Y.
Mrs. Jesse C. Baum. of 1915 Glen- i
weed avenue, Is entertaining for a fort-
night her son, Mr. Leuis Baum, of San ,
Mrs. Katharine Prendevllle, of 1814 I
Mpster street, has returnel home after
spending some time ns the guest of I
Mrs. James McDonough, of Wlldwoed.
-VHICH. FOU THE PAST
MONITIS HAVE BEEN '
ASSEMBLED WITH THE
UTM03T CARE AND
RECEIVE TnEIR INITIAL
MENCING THE MIDDLE
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street and afternoon. Every new material. Note
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bridesmaids ; light, dainty, of georgette and taffeta.
Of Panne nnd Lyens Velvet;
smart combinations of duvetyn
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New Sports Coats, 19.50 te 59.50 .
-- me eumn UOUUlG-inCCU CUUtillKii, iliuii e .v...e,..I -.- -r,
bone weaves and nole pentine. Tnna. mixtures, block tweeds,
two-tones. Practical, though very wagcer.
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Fashion creaks an Individual
Mede for the Miss
in charming versions for Fall & Winter
Faihien Interprets tha aophteticated Faift Mede in term
insouciant, and achieves a distinctive Mftde of Youth; In
tailleur frecka fashioned of fine twill, introducing the
Ruaiian influence. In chic afternoon frecka, employing
tha many new crepe weavea; In modes for evening of
diaphanous weaves enhanced -with scintillating motifs.
29-50 te 175.00
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Shagmoer, Ouraine, Camel's Hair, imported tweeds in
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fabrics- Marcera, Veldyne, Preciosa, Fashona, Gerena
introduce decorative stitching and embroidery, bandings,
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29-M te 295-00
The Suit Mede proves itself indispensable
in the Fall wardrobe of the Jeune Fille; varied
interpretations run the gamut of beautiful
fabrics from fine twills and sturdy tweeds te
the velvety textures found in Preciosa, Mar
leen, Marceva. The mannish sports mode,
the jaunty box coat, the Russian Blouse
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