The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 24, 1957 · Page 18
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-18 THE INTER LAKE, Sunday, November 24, 1957 Something to Wear Always Comes First Whether she's looking ahead to free miracle yarns, soft wools and college, the business world or! wool mixtures, marriage, there's a gift sure to! The luxury of cashmere in new- evoke "ohs" and "alls" from every ly vibrant shades is almost every Toy Department Visit Requires Advance Planning A trip to the toy department in search of gifts for the children on your list can be puzzling and discouraging. But not if you plan in advance. Not only are there variations in size, quality or color for nearly teenager on your list. girrs dream. ··Something to Wear" always] skirls r a n g e from slim ,,,. flared comes first. Running the gamut woolens vigU for casual ancj school from smartly practical to glam-. w e a r to se q uinned quiUed or ap . orous, the new youthful fashions p ijq u e d affairs, for dales or proms. ;UK! accessories are bound to thrill Tnere ' s a perfcct blouse for !j ei . '"· j in the newest styles fashioned of U u i k y cardigans, classic sweat-1 drip-di-y cottons, soft crepes, warm or sets and glitter trimmed sweat-1 jerseys and floaty nylons, in tafl- cr ensembles can be had in care-!ored or dressy types. Gloves, from wool mitts to suave kidskins; colorful -scarves; big 'lots" bags; demure evening purses; and . exciting costume jewelry are finishing touch accessories. Always thrilling too, is toilet water or perfume, for her enchanted evenings. Lingerie is always welcome. No girl ever has enough slips, petticoats, night gowns or pajamas. Dusters and robes are other valued additions to her wardrobe. There's hardly a girl who doesn't dream of her own record player. Obtainable in many models, including portables, it will trot off with her to college or her own home. A portable typewriter is an ideal, lifetime gift. Pearls, cultured or the fabulous fake variety also fall in this category. With the wide and wonderful choice this year, it's easier than ever to select the perfect gift for any teenager. YOU CAN MAKE 1T1 - and you'll have fun doing it. This clever "Holiday House" candle is so inexpensive to make but the result is delightful. Display it prominently in your home. every item there are toys to love, toys for learning, toys to use --for outdoors or in--for alone or group play. The Toy "Guidance Council has made extensive research not only in regard to the part toys contribute to a child's life--but also on the .103-5 themselves. Using the facts they uncovered, a number of suggestions to aid the selection of toys have been made. 1. Avoid giving toys that do not require some action by the child. They soon tire of toys they merely watch. 2. A gift they can love, such as a doll for girls, is almost always a fine gift. . 3. Be sure your gift suits the child's age and abilities. It's a wist idea to check the toys for these safety features, too: (1) smooth edges, (2) sturdy construction, (3) that toys for small children are too big to swallow, (4) non-toxic paint finish, . (5) approved wiring in electrical toys (which should never in any case be givsn to children under 1 years of age). Did'you know that the first Christmas stocking was first hung in either France or Belgium! Give your imagination free reign this Christmas, for there are endless ways you can add charm, color and glamous to your home! For example, use gold balls in graduated sizes tied with plump shiny ribbons in the same color. You can even add sugar cookies cut-out in different shapes and iced In pastels. TO DELIGHT THE HOSTESS Give her a set of six, graceful stainless steel knives with specially designed cutting edges; handsomely packaged. FOR THE HOME - "Colonial Heritage" mitre-cut glassware comes in 10 shapes, packed eight to a box. Shown are the 11-ounce Pilsner, 6-ounce juice and 12-ounce beverage, all with guaranteed S a f e d'g e leaded rim. Homemaker Wants Gifts For the Home Dear Santa: · I'm asking for the most precious gift of all. Freedom from routine household chores so'that I'll have more time to spend with my family. That's the Christmas Blessing that will make my husband happier; that will make my children more cheerful; that will enable me to spend more time wiib my fam- lly. I want a new refrigerator that takes care of itself so I won't have the time-consuming 1 mess of defrosting. . · I want the freezer on the bottom so I won't have to bend to reach everyday things . . . a freezer with plenty of. storage space so that I can shop every once in a while instead of almost every day. Wi!h a new range, food will 'taste just right, whether I cook Ion lop or in the oven. My children say I'm the best cook in the world arid I want them to go on saying itl Food can never burn, it will always" be, the right temperature when.I serve it, and I won't have to worry about being home on time to cook dinner, because it starts and finishes Its work automatically. One of the new completely automatic washing machines will handle all of the laundry from' Dad's workclothes to my lingerie. And, with an automatic dryer, I won't-get tired doing heavy lifting. I'll have less clothes to Iron and even more free time. Perfect for my ideal laundry would foe an automatic Ironer so that I could finish what needs ironing without any trouble. All of us would be liappter with an automatic dishwasher! And, there would be no complaints from Dad or the children when they're asked to help with the dishes. Santa, I can't think of finer Christmas presents, and that goes 1 for every wife and mother in the U.S-A- So thank you in advance for a Christinas I'lk-never forgetl Mrs. Homemaker Here are some ideas that are simple to execute, and beautiful' I to behold! ;ADY ..-.. Ready For Christinas For You HERE AT YOUR FRIENDLY REXALL DRUG, YOU'LL FIND A GREAT PAG- EANT OF GIFTS FROM THE MARKETS OF THE WORLD. WE CORDIALLY EX- TEND AN INVITATION TO COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND OUR STORE. YOU'LL FIND A VAST SELECTION OF GIFTS THAT WILL PLEASE E V E R Y MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY. PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE IS ALWAYS FOUND AT YOUR FRIENDLY REXALL DRUG. ^ Here Are a Few Gift Suggestions That Youll Find: · Toilet Water ·Lotions · Jewelry ·Ceramics -^^B"^^" · Clocks · Cosmetics · Cameras · Christmas Cards" ^^^ ·Stationery. · Perfumes ·pgars ·Fountain Peris ·Cigarettes ·Electric Shavers ·Pipes ·Lighters ·Candy ; ·Billfolds · Housewares ·Appliances · Linen ·Dolls " · ' KALI Phone SK 6-5777 Combs i and Hair ' Brushes Open Evenings Until 9 p.m. 136 Main St., Kalispell Where Ded 'Xm'as'Word Originate Why is' 'Christmas" sometimes written "Xmas!:? · "X" is the Greek letter symbol that is Used to represent the name, "Christ."; u . ' This symbol has-becii discovered by m a n y ' archaeological expeditions., on the walls'of early-Christian period catacombs. ' · ' ' 'Quite recently a group of scientists discovered. the name o£ Jesus, carved before 70 A.D., among the inscriptions -on eleven early-Christian urns. These urns were uncovered in a cave on the Bethlehem to Jerusalem Road. THE GIFT THAT'S GOING PLACES-matched luggage for her and for him! Give' the lady on your list, the three-piece washable vinyl "starter"; for him, choose the smart leathenbags. COMES THE DAY--Table laid with your finest. . . food prepared with the tenderest care--and now, turkey and all the trimmings! Says... / See Our NEW Drapery 'S ' Samples . . . JUST RIGHT FOR THE SEASON SAAAPLF ROOMS AND SHOP . ALL HERE UNDER THE SAME ROOF CALL US . . ·.., We'll come to your house with samples and answers to your questions. Personal Service · Guaranteed Work 373 West Washington St. SPRING'S DRAPERY AND SEWING SHOP In Kalispell Phone SK 6-6944 ^ '*" ^ Christmas Ladies Ke!-Ray Lorraine Nylon Slips Sizes 32 to 42 Ladies Holiday Blouses All Sizes $1.98 to $4.98 Ladies' Gown Duster Ensemble SM-L; Assorted Colors Men's Ski Type, Knit Pajamas AJS). colors Sizes: ladies' Wool Plaid SLACKS All Sizes and Colors $8.95 ' $18.95 Largest Assortment of Men's Western SHIRTS Large assortment of HOUSE in town! All sizes $3.98 to $5.95 51 gauge, 15 denier x»U denier itrelch SHOES for entire family 69cto$l'.35 Gift Boxed Towel Sets Full or Twin Size Chenille SPREADS An excellent gift! $2.99 to $9.90 Large ilie lace TABLE CLOTHS- One color $2.98 up $1.00 to $4.98 Solid and Floral Holiday TableCloths 52" ^52", 52" x 70" etc. SERVES YOU BETTER SAVES YOU MORE

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