Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 10, 1959 · Page 30
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 30

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 10, 1959
Page 30
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P«9« 22—Tuttday, Mar. 10, 1959 REDLANDS DAILY FACTS Hearing Aid Is Smart Accessory The days when women with proper feminine vanity set themselves off from normal living rattier than wear n hearing aid are fast fading. Today, women with hearing problems are discovering that their hearing handicap need not be a beauty handicap. Hearing aids, in the last few years, have made tremendous advances in cosmetic design. With the development of miniature and subminiature parts, today's henr- ing aid is often so small the user may forget she has it on. The eyeglass type, now accounting for more than 60 per cent of all sales, are virtually indistinguishable from ordinary eyeglass frames. Another type of aid that is gaining popularity is the behind-the- ear model. Hairdo's can cover them completely, or the units can be molded into little jeweled brooches or barrcttcs. For minor hearing losses, there are now aids that fit completely in the car. Fake pearl bibs, some with rhinestonc pendants, are a nice way to pick up winter-weary clothes. REDUCE CONTROL WEIGHT WITH prolonged-action HEN Apptiitt* suppressant ctpsnlii Taka only ONE CAPSULE DAILY IEEN prolonged action capsules are self- regulating, and taken in the morning will provide a smooth, uniform appetite-suppressant effect lasting throughout the day ...making reducing and weight control easier than you ever dreamed possible. 30 days' supply in plastic case, only $3.95. 60 days' supply. SS.95. Now available without prescription. 14 E. State Phone PY 3-3195 One Way To Feel More Feminine This Spring If there's one time during the year a member of the fair sex makes a point of looking her most feminine and therefore her prettiest. . . it's Spring. She may consider herself the tailored type or not particularly clothes-minded, but come Spring she salutes that young-in-hoait season with a gay Easter bonnet and a touch of fresh color. Only this Spring it's apt to be a profusion of color rather than just a touch. . . and not simply confined to the hat and costume but literally from the ground up. What's more, fashion's colors this Spring are the flower-petal pastels. If there's anything more feminine and more flattering than a vision of pastel prettiness from head to toe, no one knows what it is! The necessary accompaniment to pictorial prettiness is fragrance. For without it the picture is mi- mis a very important dimension ... as disappointing as a flower without scent. Something is missing. Even discounting the effect of fragrance upon others there's the undeniable "lift" a woman herself gets from wearing it. Ask any woman why she likes to use fragrance and her first reply most surely will have to do with how- it makes her feel. And when n woman feels slu is attractive, she is! In the flower-petal mood ! s floral fragrance, as gay and effusive as a bouquet of spring flowers is the fragrance. Pungcit woody accents give exhilarating freshness to the flower-like sweet• ncss and a modern French note makes it as chic and smart as the most glamoror spring bonnet. . . this year's style! The gift-packaging of all items features a charming turn-of-the- century buggy garlanded with bursting blossoms, vibrant a n d varicolored, on shiny white boxes bordered with delicate grillwork. If you have been sitting before the television set all winter, get out the tape measure for a surprise. Unless you also took daily exercises, chances are there are some extra inches here and thef calling for attention. Bulky wools have been hiding these from your friends. But lighter fashions point out those lazy pounds. And it's time to trim them off. You'll HEAR the Compliments with th« ntw EYEGLASS boring aid The world 's mo*t attractive hearing aid! A magnificent combination of styling, quality, practical ourformance. At a puce that makiM it the ttrcateit value the field! In Ltniti lfi*»« tiniM. an1 (•1*1*1 prottuiwti In CftnnBttion ,n « ft"'"' HiMhit M Ml nrt*jt» wi/ it. fa r»<" •tfhtiti'no'n'ii. •»!•»• PAH L'S Hearing 4 ORANGE Aid Service PY 3-5444 Clothes Deserve An After-Work Touch-Up Job When you come home from a rugged day at the office, you want to get out of your clothes and into loose, comfortable garments. It's possible that the only concession you'll make to your wardrobe is to hang up your dress. But no smart woman depends entirely on the cleaners to keep her clothes in good order. Remember that your clothing went through the same hard day that you had. You wouldn't leave your living room undustcd and cluttered after the family had used it for the evening. And, by the same token, you should never hang up a dress you've worn without first giving ing it a good brushing and looking it over for small tears. It might seem like an exhausting procedure when you've just returned from eight hours at the office, but 15 minutes devoted to your clothes after you remove them each night will give you months of extra wear. Besides, what could be more pleasant than opening a closet or drawer, knowing you'll have the full choice of your wardrobe in readiness for the next wearing at any time? Spring is closer than you think. It is time, therefore, to repair the damage winter weather has done to your skin. Exposure, fluctuating temperatures and drying heat in a home probably have left your skin feeling dry, wrinkled and aged. First step is to give yourself a facial, using rich creams, two or three times a week. And each night apply a cream or lotion before going to bed. brushes in soapy warm water, combs first. Using dirty brush- And every time you shampoo cs on clean hair makes the sham- your hair, clean brushes and poo worthless. Each week when you check through the family laundry and see the house is neat as a pin, consider your make-up equipment. Wash sponges, puffs and WINN'S DRUG STORE ORANGE AND COLTON PY 3-2804 ... . always the perfect companion! "TRAVELER" EAU DE LAN VIN ARPEGE 2.50« MY SIN 2.00* COMT. H 'lOZS. V"" i TO onnrn nY MAIL USE THIS COUPON 1 ' WINN'S DRUG STORE Orange & Colton Name A.lilrr«, Ctly Zone Slate,;« • Check • ~ ~ Ca.h • C. 0. l>. • -TruVF.l.r -n- y.w nr. I.ANVIN ARPEGF. ll .SO MY SIN 12.00 Contemplating a smart Easter bonnet? Lady — be truly smart — Start working NOW for a SLIM figure by Easter — then you'll look even more glamorous in your new chapeau. PRE - EASTER SPECIAL on reducing treatments reg. $5.00 each 10 for $35.00 one FREE Specializing in the Relax-A-Cizor Margie's Massage $?Jfe 15 S. Fifth St. PY 2-2275

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