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September 30, 1990
Contents:Beyond the Nosegay, Tips for planning wedding flowers.By Susan Schoenbergerp. 3ASleek and Chic, Less tends to be more in the design of today's bridal gowns, but the choice remains a matter of individual preference.By Mary Coreyp. 6AScenes for a Wedding, An overview of area reception sites.By Donna Peremesp. 12AEditor: Catherine CookArt Director: Melissa BrownAdvertising: Nancy Cox
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October 31, 1991
WHAT'S THIS? THE '40s are now in style? How can that be? Only a few months ago, psychedelic leggings, Mondrian prints, vinyl miniskirts of the '60s were spread across the fashion magazines.Can fashion be that fickle?Well, miniskirts are definitely not history, yet. Major fashion retailers have come out in strong support of short hemlines for the spring -- despite whatever long lengths designers may want to show on the runways.But for the fashion avant garde, who've been playing with frosted lips and beehives for at least a half dozen years, the movie star glamour of the '40s offers something new. The dramatic red mouth of Joan Crawford, the boldly arched brow of Katharine Hepburn and the well-coiffed hair of Lauren Bacall are a fresh departure.
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By Catherine Cook | February 28, 1991
On the button There's at least one item hot off the Paris runways that can be yours for just a few dollars and half an hour with a needle -- ornamental buttons. Big, bold, often whimsical buttons are one of the most popular embellishments for spring, a trend inspired by the extravagant couture creations of designers such as Christian Lacroix.At local fabric shops such as Boutique Fabrics in Randallstown, you can pick up some of the same buttons that you'd find on thousand-dollar ensembles in the stores.
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By Catherine Cook | February 28, 1991
On the button There's at least one item hot off the Paris runways that can be yours for just a few dollars and half an hour with a needle -- ornamental buttons. Big, bold, often whimsical buttons are one of the most popular embellishments for spring, a trend inspired by the extravagant couture creations of designers such as Christian Lacroix.At local fabric shops such as Boutique Fabrics in Randallstown, you can pick up some of the same buttons that you'd find on thousand-dollar ensembles in the stores.
FEATURES
October 31, 1991
WHAT'S THIS? THE '40s are now in style? How can that be? Only a few months ago, psychedelic leggings, Mondrian prints, vinyl miniskirts of the '60s were spread across the fashion magazines.Can fashion be that fickle?Well, miniskirts are definitely not history, yet. Major fashion retailers have come out in strong support of short hemlines for the spring -- despite whatever long lengths designers may want to show on the runways.But for the fashion avant garde, who've been playing with frosted lips and beehives for at least a half dozen years, the movie star glamour of the '40s offers something new. The dramatic red mouth of Joan Crawford, the boldly arched brow of Katharine Hepburn and the well-coiffed hair of Lauren Bacall are a fresh departure.
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November 1, 1995
Cookies are a gift the holiday season gives us: trays of holiday treats to savor and to share, from Grandma's Mexican wedding cakes to the neighbor's chocolate biscotti to Mom's oatmeal raisin.Send us your favorite holiday cookie recipe. We're looking for something special -- unusual recipes, ethnic or heirloom varieties -- to share with readers.Type or print the recipe clearly, including all instructions and how many cookies it makes. Tell us where the recipe came from -- book, magazine, family or friend.
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January 25, 2005
On January 24, 2005, CATHERINE G. CAPLE (nee Poole); beloved wife of the late Stanley V. Caple; devoted mother of Janet Caple and Barbara Beaver; beloved sister of Sterling N. "Buddy" Poole, Jr.; loving niece of Catherine Florine Cook. Funeral Thursday at 11 A.M. at Myers Durboraw Funeral Home, Westminster. Visitation Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 and Thursday, 10 to 11 A.M. Interment Sandy Mount U.M. Church Cemetery. Contributions to Sandy Mount U.M. Church Building Fund, 2101 Old Westminster Pike, Finksburg, MD 21048.
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April 28, 1994
The Sun's fashion coverage was honored at the Atrium Awards, for excellence in reporting on the American garment industry. Sponsored by The University of Georgia College of Journalism and Mass Communication and the Atlanta Apparel rTC Mart, the 14th annual awards were presented in Atlanta last Sunday.Sun Fashion Editor Vida Roberts won in the features category for her story "Men in Skirts." Judges noted that although fringe trends touch few readers, good reporting puts fads into perspective for the mainstream and quoted from Ms. Roberts' story: "Men in skirts may sound frightening to the man whose wildest fashion statement to date has been a pair of patterned socks.
NEWS
November 5, 2005
EDITH MARY UTZ COOK of Columbia, MD, formerly a long time resident of Potomac, MD, died November 2, 2005. Beloved wife of the late John S. Cook. Loving mother of Catherine Cook Brockway, Janet Cook Gumaer and husband Don and Phyllis Cook and husband Rich Hanlon. Cherished grandmother of John and Jared Gumaer and Alta and Erin Hanlon. Predeceased by her brother, Fielding A. Utz, Jr. Cherished aunt of Eric Utz and wife Linda, their children and grandchildren, and Kim Utz and wife Paulette Hill-Utz.
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August 17, 2005
On August 12, 2005, BERNEDA M., mother of Linda D. Stewart, Theresa V. Frisby, Berneda L. Young, Brenda A. Logan, Catherine E. Cook, Wanda El-Shabazz and James L. Logan, Sr. She was also survived by a host of other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her two sons Clarence W. Logan, Jr., and Glenn Logan. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 East North Avenue on Wednesday after 8 A.M. The family will receive friends at Zion Baptist Church, 1700 N. Caroline Street on Thursday at 6:30 P.M. Funeral services will follow at 7 P.M. See www.marchfh.
NEWS
September 30, 1990
Contents:Beyond the Nosegay, Tips for planning wedding flowers.By Susan Schoenbergerp. 3ASleek and Chic, Less tends to be more in the design of today's bridal gowns, but the choice remains a matter of individual preference.By Mary Coreyp. 6AScenes for a Wedding, An overview of area reception sites.By Donna Peremesp. 12AEditor: Catherine CookArt Director: Melissa BrownAdvertising: Nancy Cox
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December 14, 2003
On December 11, 2003 CATHERINE DELL COOK (nee Shauck); beloved wife of the Charles A. Cook; devoted mother of Karen A. Cook; sister of the late Catherine "Nan" A. Balliet, Florence Yingling, Elizabeth Cullins and John W. Shauck. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Dear friend of Mary Lou Sokol. Friends are invited to call at the McDermott Funeral Home, Inc., 334 Forest Grove Road/Kennedy TWP, McKees Rocks, PA 15136, on Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday at 9:30 A.M. at St. Malachy Church.
NEWS
May 30, 2003
James Martin McDonald Sr., a retired shipping supervisor with the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. and bingo enthusiast, died of pneumonia Tuesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Reisterstown resident was 78. Mr. McDonald was born and raised in Philadelphia, the son of Irish immigrants, and cut short his Catholic high school education to join the Army in 1943. He fought with an infantry unit in the Philippines, and his decorations included the Philippines Liberation Medal with a Bronze Star.
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