Georgia Triscik and mother came home from NYC may 1 1956
OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1956 Ogcfen Confesf Winner Returns From N. Y. Miss Georgia Triscik and her at the French restaurant, "Cafe mother, Mrs. C. E. Triscik, 3894 de France," and in the afternoon Jackson Ave., arrived home Mon-! toured the Metropolitan Museum. I day from a delightful and excit- Mrs. Joan Fassler, Reader Mail -'--- stay in New York City as Editor, took them to" Cinerama "The Seven Wonders of the World." They had supper at Ho- Ho's Chinese Restaurant and went on to Radio City Music Hall. of the Seventeen the guests Magazine. Miss Triscik won the first prize in the magazine's recent Favorite Recipe Contest, her recipe winning winning 'over 10,000 entries. Both Mrs, Triscik and her daughter still exclaim over the , t hospitable treatment they were 'j given while in New York City. "It was a glamorous and breath- On Monday after breakfast Mrs. Michalak escorted them on a tour of the United Nations and through the Seventeen Magazine offices. They and Country lunched at Town on Park Avenue, with Mrs. Sigana Earle, director taking experience visiting all the I of Food and Homemaking depart- famous spots in the big city," they ment, and Mrs. Frances Shaver, said. When Miss Triscik and her mother arrived at LaGuardia Airport Airport they were met by Mrs.. Barbara Barbara Michalak, editor of Seventeen-at-School, Seventeen-at-School, Seventeen magazine's magazine's supplement for homemaking homemaking teachers. Mrs. Michalak presented presented Georgia with her Seventeen Seventeen pin and took her and her mother to the Roosevelt Hotel. On Saturday, Miss Ethel Lifschultz, Lifschultz, editorial assistant, called for them and breakfasted with them at the Roosevelt. During the day they were taken on a sight-seeing bus tour of the city and a boat trip to the Statue of Liberty. They had lunch at Tof- fenetti's in the heart of Times Square, then visited the Hayden Planetarium in -Central Park West. In the evening,they were taken to dinner at Stouffer's, opposite Grand Central Station by Miss Maureen Baker, assistant in the Foods Department, and went on to the 46th Street Theater to see the musical, "Damn Yankees." On Sunday Mrs. Michalak ac- food editor, and others. In the afternoon they shopped and visited visited St. Patrick's Cathedral, the public library, and Manufacturers' Manufacturers' Trust. In the evening they dined at the Davy Jones Sea Food House and attended the Century Theater to see the Sid Caesar show, and had dessert at the famous Lindy's Lindy's on Broadway". On Tuesday after breakfast Miss Lipschultz accompanied Georgia to Victor Vito's on 57th Street, where she had her hair trimmed, shampooed, styled and set by Mr. Vito himself. They had lunch in the Cafeteria at the Mu-, seum of Modern Art affd attend- \ ed. the opening of the Dodgers' baseball game at Ebbetts Field. At 4:45 p.m. they arrived in Room 281 at Schrafft's for an informal gathering. Miss Polly Fischer, assistant assistant food editor, escorted Georgia and Mrs. Triscik to dinner dinner at the Tavern on the Green j in Central glamorous - Park, snack They had a at Kumpel- mayer's and 'toured New York Times, Empire-State Building, the companied them through Central Automat, and visited The Clois- Park. They had Sunday dinner I ters, Medieval Museum.