to sh««r stockings. Keep yours smooth fight through the winter by rubbing them with hand ertftm nightly. from fireman snags by washing them in a mason jar half full of soapsuds. Cap the jar and shake thoroughly. Use same method for rinsing. AT WALLACE'S If yon carry most of your weight below the waist, wearing light- colored blouses and dark skirts will help give an appearance of better proportions,, For That Wonderful Feeling of Fit! JYJunsiiigvvear Panties of Acetate Tricot •(«••, U.$, Pat. Off.) Bind leg brief. Pink, white. Siiet 4 to 7, 89c Tiitond Brief. LM elude kg opening!. Blue, pink, wiitt, ydlmr. MM 4 M 1. MM I » 10 _~ fa wfcitt Ml? f Ml 0TC Ihoit length trunk ptntU. Hak, whfit. Siiei 3-7. IbtaM ... $1.30 $1.25 Choote four style I Experience the perfect fit and comfort that •nty Muniingwear gives you. All with non-binding, long last- Ing, lace elastic waistbands. AH correctly designed to avoid •train and binding, yet never bulky. Never hot in summer ... • clammy in winter... run-proof... fast to wash and dry. Step In, Pink, white. Sizei 5 to 7. Sites 8 to 10 .. . $1.80 $1.25 SHOP WALLACE'S • THE CHRISTMAS STORE Convenient Credit Low Prices Free Gift Wrapping i "You'll Like The Friendly Service at Wallace's" will Aid yrm in Priding just neetis shaping or a few end urls. Sorority Planning Benefit Project Epsilon Sigma Alphr completed rrangements for a fund-raising project to benefit the muscular Ay- trophy dHw, Tuesday evening at he home of Miss Betty Mohn, 11 N. Seventh. Members also discussed plans or a Christmas party, Dec. 16. Bridge and 500 were played and he hostess served refreshments. i A I W A L L A \« t Lace and Embroidery, Bows, Ruffles Make Girls- Party Clothes By GA1LE DUGAS NEW YORK — (NBA) — She may not act like an angel on Christmas Day but she can look like one. That's the idea behind the frothy confections for little girls to wear on the holiday occasions where they mingle with the grown' ups. Without actually harping on the angel theme, these dresses con vey an ethereal look through means of lace, embroidery, bows, ruffles and pinafores. The impresslor created is that daddy's little doll behaves the way she looks. While children's fashions in this country tend to follow the trend of adult fashions, it's difficult to say that these wee dresses are influenced by the current Empire waistline. The reason for this is that the normal waistline of a small girl is more or less Empire anway. But there is a hint of the Em- jpire in the dresses we show here, M>'[\rn fcrrcui. i lit? iMlrti^ ujimrll ... , •- « fA*A parts can break delicate hairs. | Wednesday, Dec. 3, If51 Don't u.v s e r> in h broken teeth. The h » « broken AUSTIN (Minn.) HtfiAlO 9 GIVE HER A FUR COAT Our fun are noted for thilr fine quality, superb workmanship and high styling. Remember, we exchange Sties at no extra cost, Austin Fur Shoppe JOHN TR«f, Nrrft* 1121, Wotef Ph. HC I.1MI «£»<39«i3ms«$^^ BECOMING — The rear view of a hair style is just as important as the front view since just as many people see it. This style by Berthold of New York has a soft, natural look with waves following the contours of the head. both by Nannette. Made of sheer white nylon over a multicolored nylon petticoat, it has pin-tucked yoke and satin sash. Dress in Christmas red cotton (right) has its own white pinafore trimmed with Venise lace and a banding of embroidered flowers. Your New Hair Style Should Be Flattering From All Views By ALICIA HART How much attention do you pa to the way the back of y o u head looks? Are you chiefly con cerned with the way your ha: frames your face? Most women are. They forget that just as many people see them from the back as from the front. So a coiffure should be complete from every angle. To keep the back of your head looking beautiful, have the ends of your permanent "reinforced" after six or seven weeks. Healthy hair grows at the rate of about half an inch per month. Next, have your hair shaped regularly whether it's short or long. Short hair should be shaped every two to four weeks, long hair not so often. But long hair does need trimming and shaping since the ends split if they go without attention. Make a habit of checkeng the appearance of the back of your hair via a hand minor. This i , Wonderful for Giving ...tor Receiving . . . and especially for Wearing! KAY WHITNEY COTTONS AT WALLACE'S AT WALLACE'S A BRILLIANT MATCH... IN BANLON! By Lotties 'V V ... offers her a fabulous new fashion assortment of sweaters and skirts dyed for each other! Exquisite new colors, subtle new silhouettes. Like this full-fashioned cardigan with unusual detailing and pert Johnny collar. Luscious Banlon in exactly the same delicate or vivid colors as the pure wool flannel skirt .,. slim lines dramatized by double slit pockets. Sweater 8.98. sizes 32 to 40. Skirt 10.98. sizes 8 to 18, and 7 to 15. CRISS-CROSS fy BESTFORM iTAKES INCHES OFF IN COMFORT Free Gift Wrapping • Famous Brands • Low Prices "You'll Like the Friendly Service at Wallace's" Beautiful Selection at Bolero Dress Costume ... in Arnel-Cotton checks, A checked costume endorsed for double-duty wear! This scoop-neck sheath, sleeve- lessly cool with its icing of wide white lace, dons a short-sleeve, lace-matched cardigan bolero to become town-proper. A II- combed ... drip-dry. Chromespun-Cotton "All-Arounder" Crisp and neat, this casual is 'actionized'.for carefree comfort, 'fashionized' for home and town. Tailored f with an open collar, pleated sleeves, action back, three pockets, elastic belt, its skirt is straight in front, gored in back. No iron. nylon girdle with satin elastic back Come on in and see how this wonderful girdle will give you the lovely figure you've longed for! Criss-cross elastic inner belt banishes tummy bulge... woven elastic top really stays put... felt-lined front panel gives greater control—can't roll over... tatin stretch-back allows for increased comfort in all positions., ,) four side panels of firm nylon leno elastic give you •xira support. White only. With Talon zipper. 16" length, •fees 26-38, $5.95. 18" length, 2640, $6.95, $598 •,.*-/ 1 ill -* I BK jjjjjj Free Gift |! Wrapping vi* Convenient Credit LOW PRICES - FAMOUS BRANDS "You'll Like The Friendly Service at Wallace's" THE CHRISTMAS STORE •as- -as- "The Christmas Store" ;^:?aBffi»riiBr.xKaM<^^ i i r '
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