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Tuesday Evening, December 24, 1957. Luxurious Lingerie BY TRACY ADRIAN TF THERE is still an unsolved Christmas gift problem •"• on your list, here is a last'minute suggestion that is sure to bring joy to any feminine heart: a lingerie set of peignoir and nightgown. The robe has a wide collar edged with two rows of lace, little puff sleeves, a blue satin ribbon that ties at the neck and lace edging at the hem. Cameo insets of the lace decorate both the gown and negligee. Of white cotton voile to match the robe, the nightie is sleeveless, with tiny shoulder straps and a softly draped lace collar in front. Two blue satin bows add a note of color at neck and waistline- Even Weatherman Hopes It's a White Christmas By UNITED PRESS I Fooled by surprise quirks in the ' Liberty weather before, weathermen today j Gcithsr For PortV joined with other Americans in ' hoping their calculations are .The home of Mrs. Hugh Mathias wrong and that most parts of thej was the scene of lhe Liberty Home . country might enjoy a white 1 Christmas. A movement of cool, dry air held a faint promise that steadily dropping temperatures in the Midwest would yield mild snowfalls in the northern sector of the region. Strong winds and snow flurries accompanied an eastward- bound movement of cold Pacific air which reached the Great Lakes early today. The influence of the air mass was felt in the upper and mid- Mississippi Valley and in the,central and southern Plains. An uncommon Christmas week "heat •wave" was losing its strength in the East, but mild, unseasonable weather continued in the forecast. In dramatic summary of the makers club Christmas dinner par ty recently. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Lyman King. Roll call was answered with "your favorite candy recipe." Devotions were offered by Mrs. Reuben Barr, co-hostess A gift was sent to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Etycheson on their golden anniversary. The meeting was turned over to the new president, Mrs. Barr, and plans were made for the new year. Secret pal names were drawn. Gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. JOINT YULE PARTY Alpha Kappa Chapter, Tau Phi „ , . , , . i Lambda, Supreme Forest Wood- warm spell which set records in | m<m c j rc , e and j G ^ ^ ll,fhi' I !!l?2 i ," aS ,* a ^ a v^°c : held a Christmas party at the ,-„,« „ ,,.„,.,o,, „ ™ f, roc jj 0me O j jij rs _ Virginia Shanks. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Rita Luey, Mrs. Ruthalene Ervin, Mrs. Betty Davidson, Mrs. Leah Nies, Mrs. Kal'hy Nethercutt and Miss Judy Madonna. The mystery prize went to Mrs. Gertrude Myers and Mrs. Betty Davidson received the birthday apron. A gift exchange was held ,, -. , - . •- , i and secret pals revealed. Mrs. the mercury to the 30s in parts of j olive Careyi past GroVfi president, me .Mississippi vaney as far southi,^,...,,-*,!.,^ ;,_„ n rp;/»n^(. urU'n n raipf the Tv.D., who said this is the first time in more than a century that the Missouri River has not been iced over at this time of the year. Some all time highs set Monday Included 60 at Syracuse, N.Y., and 58 at Buffalo. N.Y. The advancing cold air caused temperatures to drop into the teens in northern Minnesota and the Lake Superior region, dropped 20th .Century Club Installs Officers At Yule Meeting A Christmas party was staged recently by t!ie 20* Century club at the home ot Mrs. Bill St. Clair with the pledges opening the session. Officers for the year were insalled. Mrs. Loring McKenzie gave the article, "Christmas Symbols Have More Meaning than Meets Ihe Eye" for devotions. Mrs. John Price read the history'of the song of the month and led the group in singing. Roll call was guessing secret jals. Mrs. Joe D'ague requested .nactive membership for a year prior to Mrs. George St. Clair living the treasurer's report. A note of thanks was read from ,he school of retarded children for he club's donation and Mrs. Leonard Beehler gave the lesson, 'Health Agents oE the Aging". Mrs. Al Walsh gave a report of the County presidents meeting and January 15lh was announced for a jeaders training lesson. Enrollment cards for the year were distributed and Mrs. John lerd collected for the flower fund. Mrs. Leroy Crippen was in charge if installation rites for the following officers: Mrs. Carl Huffman, president; Mrs. Gene Miller, vice- resident; Mrs. John Price, secre- ,ary; Mrs. Paul Bauman, treasurer; Mrs. Devon St. Clair, pub- icity chairman; Mrs. Loroy Crip>en, pianist; Mrs. Richard Thomas, chorister. Mrs. Al Walsh, ' retiring presi- [ent, was presented a gift from he club and Mrs. Carl Huffman appointed the following commit- ees for the coming year: mem- >ership, Mrs. Harris Lease, Mrs. Merlin Funk; flower fund, Mrs. Al Walsh; gift, Mrs. Richard Thomas and Mrs. Loring McKenzie; budget, Mrs. Paul Bau-' man and Mrs. George St. Clair and isfety leader, Mrs. Harris Lease. The project leaders were chosen and secret pal names for next year Irawn. The January meeting will be at lie home of Mrs. Leroy. Crippen. The meeting closed with the club collect, a gift exchange, and re- reshments served by tlje hostess and Mrs. Carl Huffman. -ormer Local Man, : rederick Kendall, Weds In Ohio Rites Scandinavian Influence OLD POTTERY ST. PAUL — A ( chunk"of pottery, first molded by Indians over 4,000 years ago, may be the oldest of its kind ever found in the United States. Researchers for Ihe St. Paul Science Museum discovered the handful of pottery on Grey Cloud Island in the Mississippi River below St. Paul during recent excavations. Logansport, Indiana,- Pharos-Tribune Five Deer Creek Mothers Hold All-Day Meet An all-day meeting was conduct ed Friday by Mothers of World War 2, Deer Creek township, Unit No. 96, at the home of Mrs. Ollie Seward. Mrs. Elmer Caldwell, president, WES in charge of the business meeting, pledge to the flag was given followed by prayei by the Chaplain Mrs. Ella Crockett. Secretary report was given by .Airs. Ollie Seward and financial report by Mrs. Delbert Smith. Mrs. Floyd Stafford gave a report on the district meeting which was held at Knox and Mrs. Harry Plank gav» i report on Civil Defense. TJ-.e following officers were elected for the next year, Mrs. ; Floyd Stafford, President; Mrs. ; Esla Nelson, Vice - President; Mrs. Floyd Wilson, Second Vice- president; Mrs. Orville Shanks, secretary and Mrs. Frank Jump Treasurer. A Christmas exchange was held and the Unit presented Mrs. Caldwell, President with a gift. Fourteen members attended and one guest Alma Fromolh, The January meeting to be with Mrs. Smith. The meeting closed with, the Mothers Creed and prayer. BY TRACT ADRIAN '"THIS costume "was photographed in Sweden, where ••• one of our most prominent sports designers went to get some of his most interesting ideas. The black cotton-knit pull-over with its turtle neck and three-quarter sleeves is spiced by a bright yoke of white, red and green. It has the new long look and is worn with narrow, black, tapered, toreador-type pants. as the Texas Panhandle, and touched off light rain, drizzle, and showers at its leading edge at western New York state. Heavier rains pelted the south portion of Florida, with 2Vu inches falling at Lewiston in a six-hour period. Temperatures along -the lower half of the Atlantic seaboard were in the 50s and 60s. Snow flurries, mixed in with' rain, extended from the northern ; Rockies, to the northern half of the Pacific Coast. her officers with a gift. Mrs. Dorothy Crone, District Manager,, with a gift. ~A food basket was collected for •a needy family and refreshment were served by Mrs. Virginia Shanks, Mrs. Jo Timmons and Mrs. Doris Green. A baby gift was presented .Mrs. Louisa Buzbee from the Sorority. Frederick J. Kendall, formerly 'f Kiis city, wed Miss Barbara ord during a ceremony Saturday vening at 6:30 o'clock at the Brethren church in Bradford, Ohio. The bride is the daughter .of 'r. and Mrs. F. M. Ford, of iradford, and the bridegroom is he son of C. E. Kendall, of Bradord, and Mrs. Pauline Black, of 15 West Ottawa, city. immediate families were pres- mt :'or the ceremony read by the Reverend Boitnott, pastor of the :hurch. Carole Carine and Paul-.Ken[all. brother of the bridegroom, attended the couple. The former was attired in an ice blue dress with matching accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The bride appeared in a white satin dress with matching acces- iories and a bouquet of white j mums. A brown dress and brown accessories were worn by the bride's mother while the bridegroom's mother selected a pale blue dress with black accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations. The couple is residing at Bradford, Ohio, Both attended high school there, and the bride is employed by the Versailles Poultry Producers Associatipn. The bridegroom is an employe of the Woodley Construction company, Inc., at Kettering, Ohio. Peace and Prosperity Marks Christmas, 1957 WALTON AUXILIARY MEETS WALTON — Twenty-five were' present at the Walton Legion Auxiliary meeting held at the Legion Home. Mrs. Wayne Walker presided and heard reports of the Lion's Club suppers made by Mrs. George Sprinkle and Mrs. Pat Patterson and the report of cards sent servicemen by Mrs. Paul Rush. It was voted to remember a girl at the Indiana Girls School with a gift 'for Christmas and holidays throughout the year. For entertainment, carols, were sung. Mrs. J. R. Deniston received the mystery package and Beulah Hall rceived the contest prize. Mrs.. Bill Saylor won the door prize. Hall presented Mrs. Walker a Christmas gift and an exchange was held. In charge were Mrs. Bobby Slusher, Mrs. Joseph Walker and Mrs. Laverne Babb. By UNITED PRESS The nation today prepared to celebrate Christmas 1957 with an abundance of peace and prosperity. Only the northern reaches of the Midwest and the western mountain regions were expected to enjoy a white_ Christmas, but there was no lack'of other .traditional aspects of the season. Merchants around the country reported a huge business volume, in some cases record sales, indicating gifts will be piled high around the Christmas tree. Christmas Starts with Church For millions of devout Americans, Christmas will start tonight with midnight church services. Family get-togethers will feature the day's activities, topped off with a sumptutlus Christmas dinner. , But, inevitably, tragedy in the form of traffic deaths will cast a somber cloak over the holiday celebration, but since Christmas falls in mid-week the highway slaughter is not expected to be as great as on holiday weekends. The National Safety Council estimates as many as 180 persons will be killed during the 30-hour holiday period, from 6 p.m. on Christmas Eve until midnight Christmas Day. This compares with the "normal" traffic toll of 80 deaths for a non-holiday period at this time of year. Stay Sober, Obey Laws The_ council pleaded with motor-,., j'sts to stay sober and obey tqaf- fic laws, pointing out that most traffic fatalities are caused by drinking drivers and road hogs. The council's plea will be backed up by all-out crackdown on violators in most states by state and local authorities who will give up the day with their families so that others may live to enjoy the holiday with their loved ones. President Eisenhower, like most Americans, will spend today at work, and tentative plans call for the President and Mrs. Eisenhower to spend Christmas Day at the White House and then leave for a long weekend at their farm home in Gettysburg, Pa. Hand-In-Hand Class Celebrates Yuletide The Har,d-in-Hand class of the Ninth street Christian church met Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gillum for the Christmas party with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schneider assisting. A short business meeting was conducted, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hardy were introduced. Games were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Jack Hood and Mrs. Marvin Lambert. A gift exchange vvas enjoyed after which refreshments were served. > Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lambert will have the next party. Nickname of North Dakota is "Flickertail State," after the many flickertail, or 13-stripe ground squirrels found there. NOW FEATURING OUR NEW REDUCING SALON PERMANENTS wi&h soft ringtail SHAMPOO INCLUDES CUTTING STYLING CREAM 3 AppomtmeM Necessary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 9 'Til 6 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 20111 ONLY OTHERS, TO $25 The ski run at La Paz, Bolivia, starts down from a height of more than three miles. Chance Meeting EFFTNGHAM, 111. — Harold J. Taylor, Effingfoam attorney, stopped at a restaurant in Grand Junction, Colo. In the same dining room was his twin sister, Mrs. G. A. Mills, wile of the comptrol ler of Princeton University. Neither knew the ottier was in the West. Merry Christmas Of elara aim's for Holiday Entertaining Get delicious AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE ' ' •!•"•'—»^——i^^^M^H^^^^^^^^MMVH^MHMHM^H^MMMMMMMMWaMIMBMWM Sale Starts Thursday, 9 a.m. All Sales Final Please All Sales Final Please After Christmas Store-Wide CLEARANCE DRASTIC REDUCTIONS 0 ON WOMEN'S - Misses - Junior Coats Suits - Dresses - Sportwear - Lingerie and Foundation Garments Values to $85.00 BETTER COATS Values to $49.95 Values to $59.95 *33 $ 44 *5 Choose now your favorite style from these magnificent coots—All the new details. Tailored by Master Craftsmen to the nth degree. Consider it a wise fashion investment when you buy a coat from the Fashion Shop. New Dark Tone BLOUSES Values to $4.96 $1-88 Wool - Orion SWEATERS Values to $5.98 $3-88 Orion Cardigan SWEATERS Values to $7.98 $4 88 BETTER DRESSES Values to $14.98 Values to $17.95 Values to $29.95 * 7 * 20 Our Big Holiday Clearance! The one you await each year— A good assortment of styles, colors and most all sizes. 7 to 75; 10-20; Noyelty Tweed - Pastel SKIRTS Values to $10.98 We, combed the Boston and New York markets. A most outstanding selection of skirts. .88 100% Wool Novelty CAR COATS Values to $29.95 Better Coats reduced from our regular stock. Wanted styles and fabrics. Wool Jersey BLOUSES White and Pastels. Women's Wool SUITS Values to $59.95 $30 Rain or Shin* COATS Values to $17.95 ONE OUTSTANDING GROUP OF LINGERIE GREATLY REDUCED Save !/3 - Off!

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