Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 25, 1965 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, May 25, 1965
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8 - Tues., May 25, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts NOTES Disguise Wet Hair Going on a seaside vacation this summer? Try one of the pert kerchiefs with snapon fake bangs as a disguise for hair that has become wet after a swim. They make great head coverups for the beach. Boost Your Ego The truly chic girl will always be sure to own and wear pretty, matching lingerie even though no one sees it but herself. It's good for the ego to know you look pretty from the skin out. Travel Abroad This Year! CLEM LAU CLEM LAU 298 E. CITRUS SERVICE LAURA CREATURA Phone 793-2555 REDLANDS May IS BETTER HEARING MONTH! Hearing is a Priceless Gift — GUARD IT! We can even successfully fit small children with a Hearing Aid. Have a hearing test TODAY! HAROLD L PAHL Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist 16-7th St. Redlands 793-5646 Hands Reveal Beauty Habits A woman's hands should get as much care as her face, say Pacquin hand cream e.xperts, because they're always in view. Recent surveys by Pacquin reveal that how a woman cares for her hands is indicative of the way she cares for her appearance generally. Particularly helpful now to "weather" outdoor chapping and drying heat indoors is a hand cream for extra-dry skin. It can be used liberally because it is packaged in a new economy large size jar of 9.75 oz. Also in the new economy jars are medicated or anti-detergent types of creams that work as well on elbows, legs and feet. WINNING STYLISTS - Helen Igo, left, holds the trophy she won in a recent state-wide competition among hair stylists conducted at the annual convention of the California Cosmetology Association ct Disneyland Hotel. A stylist and instructor at Phyllis Adair's College of Cosmetology in Redlands, Helen won second place with this style created for Lucille Goodman, her model. At right, Nancy Litherland, soon to graduate from the local College, holds the second place trophy she won in the Style-o-Roma Student Hairdressers Contest put on at the Orange Show, with representatives of beauty colleges from oil ports of Southern California participating. Her model was Carolyn Fay, a student who has just graduated from Phyllis Adair's. Girls, Please Be Careful And Don't Ruffle The Male Plumage By HELEN HENNESSY Women's Editor Newspaper Enterprise Assn. NEW YORK (NEA) — Professor Higgins' diatribe against women delighted everyone in the "Fair Lady" audience. But he's not the only chap to complam about the fair sex. I've found you can get the shyest fellow you know to talk j freely when the subject gets around to what's wrong with women. Last week I baby sat for friends. The husband, a mild man who defers to his wife, is the epitome of courtliness. Yet he found the courage to bellow "You can't go out in THAT," when all 160 pounds of her drifted down the stairs in a brief Courreges-type skirt that showed ample (not dimpled) I knees. He had found his voice. Gone was the shy, diffident man I had known for years. "How crazy can women get'.'" he asked. "Do they have to wear whatever is new even when they look terrible in it? Those short skirts are for kids, not cows." The poor man was beside himself. I know ho didn't hon' estly think of his wife as a "cow." But I couldn't blame him for deploring her foolish- I ness. Too many of us are slaves to fashion rather than good taste. We tend to forget that ithe models in magazine photos don't eat pasta and desserts — and we do. I some times wonder if there isn't a shop somewhere that's making a fortune selling magic mirrors. The kind I have would nip in the bud any desire to wear anything simply because it's new. But I, too, came in for criticism from a male friend, jealous of his prerogatives. We were going out to dinner and I marched to his car, opened the door and got in. "You women won't let a man be a gentleman," he said. "You complain about our lack of courtesy but you're so self-sufficient that you can't justly find fault when we let you cope for yourselves. "Why didn't you let me open the car door for you?" I was chagrined. He was right. And that incident provoked some thought about other criticism I had heard. One poor fellow I know came back from Europe with a long scratch on his cheek. He said it was caused on the plane by a brim of his seatmate's big straw hat. "The fool hat slreiched clear across the two seals," he grumbled. "I got a stiff neck from sitting at a 45-degree angle and this cut to boot. She saw what was happening but Roses to Our Trophy Winning Student on fbe occasion of fbe Sfyl'O-Rama, held in San Bernardino, Hay 9, 196S •^1 "t IS Left to right. Second place winner, Nancy Litherland, Model Carolyn Fay — Successful Contestant — Donna Robbins, Model, Alexandria Semchenko — Successful Contestant, Helen Darrow, ,'v\odel, Mrs. David White. PHYLLIS ADAIR'S College of Cosnnefology 410 Orange St., Redlands - Parking in the Rear - Also Gerrard's Mkt. Lot wouldn't remove the darned thing." Funny, but not nice. And the older gals aren't the oaly targets for male displeasure. My college-sophomore nephew and his cronies had a thing or two to say about their girl friends. "Can you imagine." one of Ihem commented. "They IRON their hair, .^nd then Ihey comb it over their faces so that only one eye and a nose sticks out. You could be out with a stranger all evening and not even know it until you pushed back her hair to kiss her good night." "How about legs?" another one offered. "When I was supposed to be too young to notice, I thought girls looked real cool in high heels and nylons. Now all you can do is count diamonds and checks. They all look flat-footed, too." So there you are. Of course, sometimes we're subjected to unadulterated male chauvinism and that should be ignored. A reporter friend of mine, for example, firmly believes that women don't belong in the newspaper field. "They're all temperamental and none of them can write," he tells anyone who will listen. His audience, of course, is usually male. But the men who object to hair rollers in public or at the breakfast table, short skirts over fat legs and a blatant display of self-sufficiency do have a legitimate ax to grind. Perhaps we shouldn't belie Shakespeare's "Frailty, thy name is woman." At least if we pretend to go along with it, we'll reap flattery and attention. Witness the southern belle. Skin Care Is Worth Effort Learning the basic makc-un skills and skin care routine takes as much practice as learning to dance, drive a car or bake the first cake, says a beauty consultant for Charles of the Ritz. She points out that "there is no short cut", but that once the habit is formed and repeated often enough, the results are well worth the effort. For goo<l looks are largely a matter of good beauty habits. There are the cleanser lotions and skin fresheners to remove stale make-up and make it really clean. There are gentle rinses and freshners for dry to normal skin while for oily .skins, there are lemon-scented cleansers which rinse off with water to leave the skin whistle- clean. .\ fresh supply of moisturizers are needed daily for dry to normal skins to protect tlie complexion, .^n astringent is the ally of the oily skin crowd. Used daily, it helps minimize large pores and helps prevent the oils from seeping to the surface of the skin. Charles of the Ritz has a s|)c- cial mask — tingling, herbal and refreshing — for all skin types. .Another toning cream gives more vigorous surlace stimulation and is like a day spent at a beauty spa, rushing blood to the skin's surface to revive and clarify a sallow or dull complexion and help firm the muscles. Protect Your Eyes Take care of your eyes. They bring you more than SO per cent I tions. Blinking protects the of your knowledge, according to!eyes. The average number of a maker of eyedrops, and guide:blinks are three to six every about 90 per cent of your ac-j minute. Massage Face Daily All women over 30 need some form of daily facial massage. The least expensive and easiest to do is when washing your face or applying a moisturizing cream. Massage upward in a circular motion. Short-Skirted Fashion Every gal who likes the new short-skirted fashions will be pleased to know that there is on the market a panty-sUp only 19 inches long. Its divided skirt permits you to wear brief skirts comfortably and more modestly. TREASURE HOUSE Y'our unused furniture or ap-j pliances will find a ready mar| ket through Classified Ads. OHLSEN $225.00 Also to $1650 Wedding Ring 75.00 & & fry: The center diamond of EVERY Keepsake Engagement Ring is guaranteed PERFECT, or replacement assured. We invite yo-j to ins pect and use our shop service developed through years of experience. The quality required •with tl e economy desired 118 E. State Phone 793-4806 ^ The Most Complete Yardage Store In the Area! ^ Bolts Galore ^ Remnants LARGE SELECTION OF: • SILK SHANTUNGS STRETCH FABRICS (Many Various Blends) DRESS CREPES TERRIFIC SELECTION OF LACES DRAPERY, NAUGAHYDE & UPHOLSTERY FABRIC DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT DOROTHY GRAY takes the simmer out of summer at a coo/, cool price New! London Lilies and... White Lilac June Bouquet • Summer Song • Floral Fantasy Jasmine Bouquet • Sweet Spice • Natural Delightfully light, for every mood, every occasion! Pick a fragrance and have a shower of flowers in cologne, dusting powder and soap. Marvelous for gifts. At these prices you'll want several! Prices plus tax Hat Weither Cologne Cool Touch Cologne ColocneSoip $^00 Dusting Powder $125 WINN'S Daily 8 9 DRUG STORE Sunday 9-5 Corner Colton and Orange 793-2804 FREE Parking & Gift Wrap S. & H. Green Stamps Prescription Delivery (FREE in Redlands) ALSO, Mentone if Phoned Before 4 p. m. Vogue • Simplicity - McCall PATTERNS Located One Block South of the Freeway on Old Hwy. 99 Next to the Tri-Clty D r i V e-in Theatre near Loma Linda, between Redlands and Colton. COOPER'S YARDAGE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9:30 TO 5 :30 Mondays and Thursday 9:30 to 9:00 Sundays 9:30 to 5:30 25244 Business Hlway 99 Phone 796-0275

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