The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 24, 1958 · Page 7
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 7

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 24, 1958
Page 7
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AUSTIN (Minn.) HtlAlO 71 W«dn«day, t>w. 24, 'II I These Daily Wall ''Posh-Ups 1 Will Help Firm Arms By ALICIA HART The problem of the flabby upper arm is one that plagues many older women. It's a real problem because it makes Impossible the wearing of many pretty clothes. Sleeveless daytime dresses are out and so are sleeveless evening clothes. A cap sleeve or stol must cover that upper arm. Actually, a litlte patience and exercise, either passive or active, will firm up that upper arm In R matter of weeks. The passive exercise can come in the form of electric massage. This can be given in a salon or you can buy a machine and use it at home. Active exercise is simple. Stand a foot away from a wall with both feet together. Place the palms of your hands on the wall, elbows bent. Now push yourself slowly away from the wall. Do this for 20 counts a day and gradually work up to 60. And'if you really want results, never skip a day. Good eating goes along with holiday fun. Everyone, enjoys turkey or ham or roast beef at Christmas with all of the accompanying goodies. Friends are wont to give one homemade candy or cookies or fruit cake. And it wouldn't be Christmas without such goings on. So the pounds pile on as the holidays progress. And by the first of the year, practically everyone is ready to go on a diet. There is one way to curb the need for a drastic diet. That's by going on a high protein diet for one or two or three meals a day, wherever the chance presents itself. You may have a big com pany dinner scheduled for one night. That won't prevent you from eating eight ounces of cottage cheese in the morning and again at noon. With this easy, high protein diet, you can protect yourself againsl all those rich but delightful foods Beauty of both skin and hair depends on that all-importan thing: circulation. Poor circulation means lifeless hair and drab, aging skin. Scalp massage will bring life back to your hair and facial massage will make your skin glow. Better have these done profes sionally at least once in order to find out exactly how they shoulc be done at home. Don't ba afrai( to ask questions as you go along Most beauty expels will be glad to put you on the right track. Crocheted Square \VUflt By LAURA WHEELER A wide variety of lovely article* can be yours with this pattern for 12-Inch square. Pattern 741: one crocheted square 12 Inches in No. 30 cotton, make* place mat; three Joined, a scarf. Cro chet TV cover, cloths In varied sljses Send Thirty . n?e Centt tcoins) (o this patt«rn — add 5 cents for eac pattern for lit • olau mailing. Sen to the Austin Daily Herald. Needls craft Dept., P. O. Box 169. Old Chelse Station, New York 11, N. V. Prln plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAM ADDRESS and ZONE. Send for a copy of Laura Wheel er Nesdlecraft Book. It has lovely de signs to order: embroidery, crocbe knitting, weaving, quilting, toys. I the book, a special surprise to mak a little girl happy — a cut-out dol clothes to color. Send 25 cents to this book. Household Hints Cabbage and turnips have be ter flavor, on the family table than they used to possess becaus many .cooks have learned to bo them in a short time. Long cookin decomposes the sulphur com pounds in the vegetables. In cake baking, it is safe to us • pan that measures within one quarter inch of the size recom mended in the recipe. In measur ing, go by both the inside dia meter and depth. There are 10 slices of pineappl and two - thirds cup of syrup io can holding one pound and I o u ou&OMi I lUcei of pineappl* M CM • third cupi of syrup in «w holding OM pound tad low- *! t'f-i Woo/ S ° V '*'°^Th an , /20n CRESSES Save K to dres ses. dre «X fafffei Choa Woo/ wool Our from Blends, 'SB COATS Mosf Fabulous r_ ~ L W0 0 / c oat Event/ Tors and Half Sizet 4 BIG •'MS. » ac <» and '"fli and . fo <J4.95 ^/ SALE STARTS FRIDAY AT 9:30 A. M. $24.95 "•* fo Dresses — 135.00 ?5 * 35 NOW NOW Co«/j __ NOW ONlY NOW ONLY >» Floor ,^S67 fo $12.98 CLEARAivcE OFF °f fcm out Mtfc. Kegufcr *».9S fo $35.00 sfee ve Woo/; '• Twee 10 fn P slee ves Mai* Floor^i $5.98 Broadc f <> $12.98 NOW CLEARANCE <Mgy^». PIECES FOR Save S^ T ^l^te sppr — rft "»*-» Ir^EARJvS^ S ^CULS * «>ATS and COAT SETS LADIES' WOO/T COATS CLEARANCE 'shedB/, fnc ocks. fo c ur ' ^1790 190 tors Ho(f Si zes , AND COATS nOHf CLEARANCE of '*^/£3*!5Z Stort iS>.*( •&. 1 fSSt.

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