Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 14, 1970 · Page 8
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1970, PAGE 10 Fall's In the Air Tlio Cre«lmeH« autumn calls I L'lotllCN lllill a <lry i-leu HIM! perfection by ci modern method.-. Service Is Fasti Pick-Up and Delivery DRY CLEANERS Laundry & Cleaners • 20% Discount Cash & Carry on Dry Cleaning 7408 Harrison St FO 6-0392 Corner Harlem & Washington Forest Park v>elet>rates Golden Anniversai The 50th wedding annlversay of Mrs. 4 Mrs. John Halla, Sr. was celebrated recently at a dinner- party at Homer's Restaurant in Forest Park. The couple's son John of Thousand Oaks, Calif, and daughter Elaine Witt, of M. G. ni. were in-attendance at the dinner for relatives and friends. Mrs. William Hinz of Forest Park, who was their Matron of Honor, at their wedding was also present. The couple have seven grandchildren. Design for Living The abuse of alcohol is a factor in more than 50 per cent of traffic fatalities, according to Howard Pyle, president, National Safety Council. "Alcohol is involved in at least 2f> per cent of home accidents and countless hunting, boating, swimming, private Hying and skiing accidents," he added. The "Alcohol Story" is completely detailed in a pamphlet available from the Council at 425 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611. fashion News Irom A\aal lyns by Marcy Kubat With the coming of the crisp, bracing days of autum, when the temperature falls and you need the help of some outer covering to keep warm, you will find a variety of cover-ups to keep you warm In fashion. For example: The Poncho -borrowedfrom the Spanish Americans, the poncho is a shoulder cloak that blankets you with warmth. Many hand-Vnit ponchos comeln folk-art patterns with fringes and pompons to tte it up. Ponchos at Madlyn's retail for about $16.00. * The Vest - Worn over blouses or sweaters or turtlenecks or over dresses. The vest Is versatile and Is equally appropriate with skirt or slacks. Vests are just right for the cooler days of early autum when the weather is not yet cool enough for a coat. The Sweater Coat - It has the look of a sweater but it's in coat length. The sweater coat can be of wool knit but those that are most practical are the ribbed knits of Orion - that means they're washable. And they're available in a variety of colors and only $28 at Madlyn's. Pile-lined Pant Coats - Sporty single and double breasted car coats in vinyl-trimmed canvas cloth, crinkle patent and reptile trim. Excellent for hiking and stadium sitting. About $33 at Madlyn's. Electrically heated homes are popping up everywhere. tliebalyofitall by mary robeson director of beauty & fashion holiday magic, inc. ^rv "The Emphatic Eye" One dazzling effect of the color comeback in cosmetic fashion is the ndw approach to eye makeup—this year's eye is emphatic, lots of smudgy color and fluttering lashes to make it stand out. It's an eye style that works beautifully with the total look that the midi has popularized: To give your eyes the extra pizazz this look calls for, you must include false eyelashes in your daily makeup routine "Oh, no," I hear you groaning now. "they're so hard to put on " No more! The solid lash look! you're thinking! about is a thing! of the past K it new. dramatic! eye look. o .. thai Ills with to- j <]:u antl is also «-a^\ t'> achieve, tnjlnw Ihi-se sun- HIM r ui-Miins. of 11 iuul super lu C. K. Co. Everywhere you look these days, more people are installing electric heating systems. In Northern ^ Illinois, a new electrically heated home or J apartment is completed every 36 minutes. Why? Economy, ease of maintenance, cleanliness: these are some of the reasons.To learn the rest, call your nearest Commonwealth Edison office. Better yet: pop in. The bright new ideas are Electric! Commonwealth Edison Company »pik\ -i look at 1 I Take your solid lashes ami cut them into small section-, about three or four hairs in a flump These clumps ran be used lor vour lower as well as upper lashes. * 2. Squeeze a dol of lash ad hesive (about the size of a pin head) into the palm of your hand. ;j. Take a pair of tweezers and grasp a clump of lashes at the eml opposite its base. Dip the base into the adhesive in your hand. 4. Now secure the clump anywhere along the base of your own lashes. 5. Check that you have filled in spaces evenly along your lash line. If adhesive is still white, relax - it turns clear when it dries. (i. To remove pull the clumps away gently, making sure you're not pulling your own lashes. Keep your "spikes" overnight in their plastic box Fickle Nickel Nickel can give the metals it is alloyed with seemingly contradictory characteristics. One nickel alloy can stand heat that would melt most metals, while another can endure sub zero cold. Nickel is used in the most powerful magnets. In some combinations it is no more magnetic than wood. Some nickel alloys make thermostats work because they expand with heat and shrink with cold. However, other nickel alloys hardly change tt t all under fluctuating temperatures.

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