North Carolina Newspapers

    by Dotty Lilly.
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spring, West Montgomery
students don colorful out
fits to complement the sea
son. Susan Saunders and
Charles Bruton are two
well-dressed juniors who
certainly deserve the Mr.
and Miss Fashionality se
lection for March.
Susan is wearing a mint
green ensemble. Of wool
flannel, the one-piece
dress displays a flared
skirt cut in fashionable
gores. The snug-fitting
bodice tapers prettily in
to a wide, . pearl-buckled
belt. In the skirt, deep,
flat pockets are decorated
with large pearl buttons.
Short, straight sleeves
conform to the lovely sim
plicity of the dress.
Susan’s dress is the styl
ish creation of Mr. Mort.
Old Colony provides a v;hite
Shetland sweater to comple
ment the pearl buttons and
buckle of the dress. The
cardigan sweater is smart
ly matched with a cultured
pearl suspended on a gold
en chain.
The attractive miss has
chosen Amalfi shoes by
Rangonri to complete her
outfit. The soft-leather
ed shoes are fashion’s
latest in that they have
the newly adapted square
toe and stacked heel. An
attire, as unique as it is
pretty, ’is a tribute to
Susan’s good taste.
A handsome member of the
Hi-Y, basketball team, and
Monogram Club is Charles
Bruton, Charles is sure
to attract the envious
eyes of his male counter
parts dressed in a strik
ing outfit of muted olive
green. An Archdale sh.irt
is first to catch the eye.
The. ..shirt ; has a button-
down collar and a neat but
ton tab. Of blue, brown,
and dark green plaid,the
shirt has long .sleeves and
fitted cuffs.
Light, olive green,
pleated slacks match his
shirt and are complemented
by a brown-leather, ring
- Charles furthers his
outfit with black-leather
loafers. He wears his Hi-
Y pin in completion of the
handsome costume.
Both students reveal a
taste for fashionable
clothes. Students, keep
wearing fashion’s best for
the best appearance possi
A teacher is never c^.ii-
pletely dressed until he
or she wears a smile.
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