Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on January 5, 1950 · Page 18
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Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 18

Pocatello, Idaho
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Thursday, January 5, 1950
Page 18
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EIGHTEEN IDAHO STATE JOURNAL, POCATELLO, IDAHO ' THURSDAY, 'JAN.'S, IS50 I hese Charming People BY GADDA BQWT Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Fllnn of St. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack HoHaday spent Louis l?ft Tuesday evening after! New Year's in Salt Lake City visit- spending the holidays with their! ir,g with Mrs. Holiaday's sister, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and' Mrs. Donnetta Vetty and molher. I'Jrs. Chris Wolff. i .Mrs. J. Harris and family. · v · ! « · * Mrs- Robert Starbuck honored] M^. r , obt . rl s . Brorolield of her monther-ln-law .Mrs. M. W.i B o u n t i f u , Ulah spent three days btarbuck at a ca Thursday. Other | in Poc ate!lo visiting with her son- guesfs were Mrs. Robert Handro ln .i aw aaA daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and her mother Mrs. K W. Reese j^ipH Comstock, jr. of Salt Lake City, and Mrs..Ralph I . . . . Comstock, jr. ; fr · * t Carol Joy HoHaday, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Flandro j ^^ %TM a comfatoed^irthd? oMdalioFaUs Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson, Wlima and Nancy Bald- Sand^rf Raiph' £*££ * - TM^^^. Williams and Sociai Calendar LADIES' AUXILIARY to the Union Pacific Old Timers club No. 15 will meet at Memorial nail Monday. Jan. 9. Mrs. Harry Rogers Y-ETTES wi!! meet Thursday, land her committee willserve a 1:15 Jan. 5, at 8 p. ra. in the YWCA club j luncheon. Installation of officers room for a regular business nie«t-; and board members of - the club ing. j will be held. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Fte . serald of Bonnwille hole! in Idaho Falls were visitors at the home of j games were going to Dlane e Carlson. Mrs. Ray J. Davis and son. Ted. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Thompson Tues- 456 South Eighth, returned Tuesday evening. Mrs. Fitzgerald was' Mr. Thompson's general manager while the latter was in the service'. Guests .of mi 1 , aiiu Mrs". "Ralph Comstock,', sr., at a holiday, duck dinner were Mrs. Ross J. Comstock/ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gentles, jr., Mr. and Mrs. F. R, MacKenzie, Mrs. Robert S. Bromfield and_Mt.. and Mrs. Ralph Comstock, jr. · * * Dr: Merrill C- Evans was honored at a 'surprise birthday party Tuesday evening- at his home. Attending the buffet dinner party were-Mr. and Mrs. George A. McHugh, Mr. and-Mrs. .Robt. Flandro, Dr. and .Mrs. W. L. Oisen, Mr. .anil Mrs. Ralph Comstock, jr., Mr.'and Mrs. Lloyd Haight and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McConnell, the honoree and the. hostess. Mrs. Evans. The evening was spent in conversations and in 'listening to recordings of "fiddle" music composed by Dr. Evans' uncle. day from a Christmas- vacation in Arizona and California. They spent Christmas in Phoenix, visited relatives in Sa'fford, Ariz., where they aiferided a wedding, and family reunion,', enjoyed New Year's in Los Angeles viewing the tournament of Roses parade and attended the Rose Bowl game. They also visited Crtalina. · · a » Mrs. Iza Morris who left Pocatello recently to make her home in Bozeman, Mont., where she will manage a ladies' dress store, was the honored guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack 0. Morris, 528 South Tenth Christmas day. Also present to enjoy Christmas dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill H. Evans and children, Carolee and David of Idaho Falls and Brent, Jacqul and Dwight Morris. Another dinner party was held in her honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris Friday. Dec. 28 whetf Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hartman were also guests. EYE WITCHERY--Clever make-up tricks for eyes can be used to enhance their beauty. This model (left) starts her make-up session with eye pads soaked in hot water and goes on to apply mascara (right) which for glamor under artificial lights is blue.and more thickly coated to make eyelashes' look. luxuriant. The Eyes Have !i with Weil-chosen Beauty Tricks By ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer The time to go in for eye witchery and use make-up tricks which wouldn't pass daytime scrutiny is from, dusk to dawn. Such eye glamor Is a matter of knowing--and using--a few well- chosen tricks. Before marching out your tricks, make the most of your eyes' "natural sparkle. The use of an eye lotion, applied by cup or cotton pad. will be a help in relieving the strain of the day. When you're aU set for glamor apply eyeshadow by using two light applications. This is better . than one single coat The heav. j luminous look. Rather than keying I seem obvious by daylight, can look I a n eyeshadow; tint to your general | ravishing by incandescents. coloring, cue it to the color of your necklace or evening gown. Thus, even though you have gray hair, you misht achieve prettier effects from a mauve or green eyeshadow than from an accepted blue-gray. : For the mascara, which you can bear down on more heavily for eve- ping glamor, a cream type that is fluid, has lots of "body," is your ticket for giving lashes a dreamy sweep. Blue mascara, which may Corners of eyelids, pencil-marked to give eyes a slight upward slant, will also increase their apparent size. Good for night only is. the trick of giving eyebrows a lift. By giving brows a lift at outer comers, using a pencil to give them a lift when you darken your brows, the entire face gets a lift and therefore 3 younger look. 1 . I XI ALPHA CHAPTER, Beta Sigma Phi will meet Thursday at S p. m. downstairs at Club Haven. ** · * HOLMEKOLER SKEES dub will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. with Biil fleed in apartment 2 of the Reed apartments. POCATELLO WOMEN'S club will meet Friday, Jan. 6, at Club Haven for luncheon at 1:15 p. m. A fine arts program will be presented. UNIT TWO Study Group of the League of Women Voters will meet Thursday, Jan. 5, at 8 p. m. at Bonneville hall, with Mrs. Sam Hanson in charge. * * c UNIT ONE Study Group of the League of Women Voters will meet Thursday, Jan. 5, at 3 p. m. in Mrs. Laura Berg's apartment in the Belvedere, with Mrs. Mary Hunt in charge. * IS 3 RUTH CHAPTER No. 3 OES, will meet Thursday .evening at 7:30 p. mJn the Masonic temple. Bertha Atkin will give a talk on her trip to Europe. All Eastern Stars are welcome. * * * GIA GOODWILL club will meet Friday for a 1:15 p. m. luncheon and cards in the home of Mrs. H. C. Myers, 340 North Hayes, with Mrs. Bert Merritt and Mrs. W. F. Jan- neci co-hostesses. All GIA members are invited. » * * CHAPTER K, PEO, will meet Thursday. Jan. 5, at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. H. B. Markham, 444 South Johnson, with Mrs. C. A. Brown assisting. j . » ,, . WOMEN OF THE -MOOSE will j meet Thursday at 8 p. m. in the! Moose hall. I SECTIONAL SOFA $' 1 Upholstered in smart tapestry . . your choice of green or red com- bination. VISIT MEZZANINE FLOOR Quality Home Furnishings Sforfc Stuff Because OUR POLICY: lower Prices! Our Address; 140 South Mam Our Semi-Annuai Store-wide CLEARANCE SALE Continues which you can choose are jade. shades, any one gives lids a lovely DONt MISS THIS MONEY-SAVING EVENT! PRICES SLASHED! To reduce stock before inventor;! Gay, New Fashions For Mid-season... Choice of Three Brand New Styles! WOOL PLAID DRESSES SENSATIONAL VAIUISL Three smart dress -designs . . . each one \viUi different neckline, different belt treatment, different metal trim. C!=n plaid design in rich colors. Sizes 9 to 15. »55Ci Wool: 45~o Rayon. UM Our Si "9 "~nvement ·JLAY-AV.V.Y "I 140 South Main Family Has Reunion Over the Holidays The family of J. A. Egan, 406 N. Eighth, enjoyed a family reunion uver the holidays, when the entire family were together. Those from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. James E. Green and son, Denny, from Detroit, Mich;: Mr. -.nd Mrs. M.' Bills and children, Gloria, Joyce and Gary from Boise: Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Egan and children. Marilyn, Rodney and Boyd of Ogden. From P o c a t e l l o were Lenno Egan, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dressen and children, Karen, Gene and Judy: Mr. and Blrs. Jack D. Morris and children. Brent, Jacqui and Dwight; Mr. and Mrs. G. Earl Wilson and daughter, Pattie, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Egah. The family, was entertained' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Egan New Year's day, and the en* tire group were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Morris, where they met'to enjoy a pot luck dinner. - 505S By Mrs. Anne Cabot Make either of the bassinettes illustrated from an ordinary market [ basket. They are as easy as can be and when trimmed with adorable appliqued animals make a charming and inexpensive bed for baby! Pattern No. 5058 consists of complete directions for making both bassinettes, hot iron transfer for applique, m a t e r i a l requirements and complete making and finishing directions. Send ?0c in COINS, your name, address snd the PATTERN NUMBER to ANNE CABOT. Idaho State Journal. 1150 Ave. Americas, .New York 19, N. Y. NEEDLEWORK FANS -- Anne Cabot's BIG new ALBUM, is here. Dozens- of- fascinating new designs, gifts, decorations and special features ... PLUS 4 gift patterns and directions. 25 cents. Patch children's snowsuit ''knees" and -"elbows" with leather, even before they begin to wear. Patches add a decorative, but sturdy note to these much-abused playclothes. Belle Hawkins entertained at a dinner party in the Bannock hotel dining room in honor of her father, Felipe Yribar, a resident of the Pahsimeroi valley who spent the holidays here. Guests were Mr. and Airs. B. O. Hoover. flFITDOtSNlHITrtOFF.aiGETA GOOD PANTS CREASE THIS WAY. 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