Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 23, 1966 · Page 18
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 18

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MT. VERNON REGISTER-NEWS CHRISTMAS OPENING WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 19615 "HKM'[.\(; HANDS" . . . I>ittle (rift for a,nice ncislilwr? Deoo- rjite lioiiseliold RIOVRS gaily with ' spaiiKlrs, roses and Rlitter and fill cafli plnve with hand ereani for sliin Ijeauty. One loading malif (• o m e s in three special formulas and se\('ral convenient sizes, and are priced from ' fibont thirty-nine cents. No Castle? Gentlemen, Give Your Queen A Robe Husbands with romontic ideas about gift buying for Christmas will find the fashions this year support their fondest dream. In seasons past, conservative-mindod wives have tended to look askance at long, flowing at-home wear. In elegant turnabout, women are baring their knees by day and covering their ankles after five in the most romantic wrap-up of all this Christmas. On the home front, the ladies have decided it's high time they played as dramatic a role as any star on stage. Most of (he new loungewcar, no matter how filmy it may look, can be put in the washing machine, so there's no e.xtra care price on home-scene glamour. Designers for Gossart-Artem- is, who have master-mindeded a large and handsome collection of holiday season coverups, say hu.sbands will be revealing facets of their own pei-sonality by the styles they select. The man who fancies his wife in an empire robe may yearn for lu.xury, simplicity and ease of the Napoleonic era. If his eye falls on a velvet coachman coat with glittering buttons, he's probably spent at least a moment or two in his life dreaming about the stately life of an English lord. If he wraps up a full-length robe with flowing back, he may have a secret desire to \isit Camelot and chat with Guinivere. In keeping with the richness of these private life fashions are the soft, quilted fabrics, and the vivid colors which include violet, cherry, avocado, marigold, ruby red, and gold along with basic blue, turquoise and pink. Even linings are a color delight, with surprising contrast of violet outside and deb blue inside, or avocado with pink. Gowns come long, supple, and flowing to match these in something long, flowing. ecial Bonus Offer! to our Chrishnas Clubl Members m-i t I This ZVh RPM recording, featuring S Lionel Barrymore in his favorite role | as Scrooge in Diclcens' Christmas g Classic, "A Christmas Carol/' and g the celebrated Canterbury Choir | singing fen beloved Christmas ^ Hymns and Carols. | A $3.95 value — only $1.25 to Christmas Club members. The ideal record for every family's | collection during the Christmas Sea- ^ son. Order yours when you join our | Christmas Gub to b« sure of deliv- | ery before Christmas. | M.AU HIEXICAN aE \VELRY in way-out colors, gay wall plaques and jewelry boxes are just a few of the many Christmas gifts that the teen witli a limited allowance can turn out from a clay made of bakhig soda, corn starcli and water. •1 Om NEW CHRI8TM8 CLUB IS N0¥ OPEN. JOIN TODATl For The Best In Banking - Look To The Leader TTie First Nationai Bank nnd Trust co. 772*. \ernan. ILL What's Correct re Christmas Cards Whose name comes first If you use a card with your names printed or engraved on It? Here the wife's name is coui-teously used first; "Mary and Tom" (or "Mary and Tom Green"). If a Christmas card is engraved with the sender's names, with "Mr. and Mrs.," should these be at the top or bottom of the card? Always at the top. Otherwise, they might seem like a signature. When signing the card, whose name is written first — the husband's or wife's ? It is courteous for the pei-son signing the cai-d to wi-ite the other's name first. For example, if you sign the card for you and your husband, it should read: "Tom and Mary." EVEN AT THE 19TH HOLE the golfer who gets tJUs luxurious leather trimmed luibom calf golf bag will be thanking you for the conversation-making gift. And If his or her choice runs to tiger, leopard or cheetah there's a bag to please any Jungle taste, Tiger. About one hundred fifty dollars, bag shown ta manufactured by Richard Milton. 2 'BANK If you're hostessing a big Christmas dinner, inspect youi- company-best linens in plenty of time for the holiday. Tablecloths and napkins may need freshening up—just dunk them in hot, soapy water, spiked with a few tablespoons of pine cleaner. Rinse the linens, iron them, wrap them up in plastic and your table's set for the big day. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation WAIT A 3UXUTE, SANTA, don't try to gltt-wrap that orgiui . . . someone will want to play it before any of the other presents are opened A gift of music for the entire family is long-term investment in happy living. This spinet model is only 451/2 hiehes wide and 25 inches deep. Tabs let you create autoniatically the soimd of other instruments such as giUtar, banjo and harpschord and will give you reverberation and vibrato effects. SHOES-TREE . . . There's a great gift idea afoot here. With men becoming Increasingly stjie-coiisclous, a large selection of shoes to coordinate with different apparel today 1* a must. If Dad or brother is hard to fit, simply put a gift certificate under the tree. Either way, this array of fashion­ able footwear makers for presents that will really step out in st>'le. 2 Give Oup Best I » -- -• 1 I I For all the family... World Bibles 1 Especially at Christmai ...the Holy Bible is the most appropriate and the most beautiful gift of alL World's Christmas Bible selection includes editions for young folks, teachers,students... for personal reading... for those who prefer large print. Priced from 52 .75. i! 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