The Evening News from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on December 7, 1948 · Page 24
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24 THE EVENING NEWS, Rarrisburg, Pa., Tuesday, December 7, (948 ' Tomato ravigote makes one large tomato serve four persons. Cut crosswise In 4 slices. Season with ; salt and pepper; brush with mayonnaise mixed with a little minced parsley and pickle relish; cover with chopped hard-cooked egg. Serve on lettuce. it fa Don't give colds an even break! When colds strike, go right after 'em with lots of fresh Florida grapefruit. They help maintain alkaline reserve, are mildly laxative, are a gold mine of natural vitamin C and provide other vitamins and minerals. That's why so many doctors advise grapefruit every day to keep you a step ahead of colds. Stockings' have never before been so full of Christmas cheer as they will be this year. Hosiery manufacturers have perfected a seam- free nylon with a perfectly fitting triple segment heel, plus a knit- ted-in, "baked-in" lifetime shape. , No more sagging knees, no more wrinkled ankles, no more under-l natural electric currents of the slipping heels is the result! The triple segment heel, knitted in three sections at right angles to the rest of the stocking, cradles the wear er's heel at the same time it inv parts walking stretch. These sheer seamless hose, elimi nating the crooked-seam problem, taper proportionately for the calf and ankle. In addition, no amount of laundering will make them lose their smooth, firm shape. Toy shelves in the nursery re quire durable hnishes. JNot only must they take plenty of hard US' age, but they must be cleaned often. One good plan is to use an open bookcase for toys, and finish its shelves with clay tile. Smudges can be removed in a jiffy from the tile, and since it is waterproof it can be scrubbed frequently without injury to the surface. Shopping for a little gift for the gal who . "has everything"? Take look at the intriguing Winter scene dressing table box which con tains a dram of Directoire perfume from a famous cosmetician. . En chanting skaters, replicas of Godey figurines, dance around at the touch of your hand, inspired by body.' The transparent dream box with, its cache is available at Schleisner's. Now that the Junior Dress Shop has had its face lifted it's a more popular place than ever with Har- risburg's best dressed. Our fa vonte department is the new bridal salon, with its white tufted leather, pink furniture and drapes (even the interiors of the booths are done in pastel pink), and flattering lighting effects. The bridal consultant, Miss Zell, tells us the most popular choices for winter bride3 are satin both white and pink blush with lace running a close second. In the newly redecorated coat salon, now a separate unit at the shop, Miss Jackie Speer has taken over some' of the buying chores from the shoulders of the busy owner-buyer-manager, "Beck" Go- lumbic. 1 ' in mm m Relief from stuffiness comes fast when you put a little Va-tro-nol to each nostril. You can feel these fast-acting nose drops work right, where trouble is to open up nose, relieve stuffy congestion and let you breathe again. Always use Va-tro-nol for quick relief from snlffly, stuffy head-cold distress. I DROPS J r r f. j fzJ: MiwnA.Piti now To carry the spirit of Christmas through the holiday season of parties and dinners, a well-known firm has designed its durable place mats with gay holly leaf and pep permint stick motif. In traditional red and green the pattern is re- produced in plastic,' heat-resistant and waterproof, to stand up through hearty festive meals, and cleaned instantly by wiping with a damp cloth. The entire line of many patterns is available at Poieroy's. There's a new art form called Decoralite which combines illumination and interior decorating in the medium of framed wall pic- VTM f f k - v , ; s FT .Wl T-fin-iniitoiniMfMiniiriiirr-l turimiinfirniir m i Christmas Fire Warning Given NEW YORK Fire hazards from Christmas decorations, which claim hundreds of victims every holiday will hold a special "men's night"! season- can De reauy reaucea W1U1" next Tuesday, when everyone in out sacrificing color or traditions If the shop, from boss-man William proper precautions are taken, re-Feller down the line, will be on ports the December issue of Science hand to do nothine more than Illustrated magazine. cater to the whims of the males of the species, who admittedly are not very willing shoppers usually. the-dark item ever produced. Ward's to . placing 4,000,000 of them in the hands of the younger folk thi "bristmas. The Rein deer's efm glow in the dark, . as does, the "sky" around the head and neck of the animal in the magic toy card. Leave a note on friend husband's desk calendar that Feller's HANDBAG FULL OF SURPRISES-To facilitate friend ' husband's Christmas shopping a number of local shops have planned "gift booths" featuring a handbag together with all the personal accessories milady carries. Many men don't realize it, but most women are as fond of good billfolds as are their beaux. One, aptly named "register," will keep her handbag organized for action by holding together such documents as driving license, personal and credit cards, bills and coins. With the billfold as a feature, together with a key guard, compact, cigarette case and lighter, pen and pencil set and gloves, Madame's holiday purse should be complete. tures by day which provide light by night The picture lamp, which is what it actually is, consists of a glass or clear plastic decorated panel'in an enameled metal frame. It 13 18 inches wide and 16 inches high, Lumiline bulbs are wired behind the frame to cast generous glare- less light downward for reading, upward to illumine the room, and through the picture to high light the design. Han d-painting, silk-screening and stereopticon effects are artistically adapted to suit the new W - S TROUP BROS GOLDEN JUBILEE YEAR - 1898 - 1948 The Incomparable Gift! medium, with delicate dancing figures, floral groups and Oriental or Persian motifs the predominating designs. One of the most attractive is the Mexican Ginger Flower, designed by muralist Helen Tread-well. It is an opulent blossom in brilliant red with large green leaves, done on silk screen and framed in ivory, and equally at home in bedroom, living room or foyer. v More people young and old are expected to see Montgomery Ward's "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" than any other glow-in- Lewistovn Bus Company Files Rate Increase The Luther J. Yoder motor bus service, ol Lewistown, nas'iuea .a rate increase with the Public Utility Commission, effective January 1. The company, which operates be tween Lewistown and Ryde Village. Mifflin county, estimated the increased rates will increase its revenue $2775 annually. The new rates would increase one way- fares between certain points along the route and would boost the cost of 10-trip, 30-day tickets to the same price as present 12-trip tickets. Expect Willie Thrower To Enroll at Pitt PITTSBURGH (INS) Fabulous Willie Thrower, all-State halfback from New Kensington High School, is slated to enter the University of Pittsburgh next FalL The school paper at Pitt quoted t rated and wrung by hand and dried a reliable source who said the 180-pound Negro star " definitely was The tree itself is one of the most inflammable products of nature. Science Illustrated suggests the following safety steps be taken: (1) choose a small tree and keep it outdoors until ready for use; (2) place is in the coolest part of the house and turn off the radiator nearest it; (3) see that it doesn't block an exit; (4) use only safety cotton to decorate; (5) dont set up electric trains around its base; (6) provide a switch some distance from the tree to turn the lights on and off; (7) turn off the lights when you leave the house; (8) don't plug and unplug the cord and do not use a frayed cord; (9) if needles near a light are turning brown change its location; (10) when the needles start to fall discard the tree. Flameproof paper is available for decorations. If it cannot be found, a solution made from one pound of ammonium chloride in a gallon of water can be sprayed on paper to make it slow burning. Flimsy gauze-like children's costumes can be made flame resistant by rinsing in a solution of 9 ounces of borax, 4 ounces of boric acid, and a gallon of water. The cloth should be sat- committed to enter Pitt. In his last two seasons . Thrower has been bombarded with college of fers. He generally Is recognized as the best schoolboy passer in western Pennsylvania and the key player on New Kensington's Western Penn sylvania Interscholastic Athletic League championship teams in 1946 and 1947. Thrower also is a capable basketball player. iiach washing removes the solution. As an added word of caution Science Illustrated warns Santa Claus against smoking. Nothing can spoil the fun so much as blazing whiskers. Krondstadt is a strongly fortified sea town and Dort of Russia, on the Gulf of Finland. It has three harbors' which will accommodate 1000 vessels. Gives cooking deeper color, richer flavor! For good -tasting, good-looking cooking, use LaChoy Brown Gravy Sauce 1 A pure Bead Molasses product Gives deep color and rich flavor to gravies, soups, baked beans, dark breads and cookies. Browns roasts and Chop Suey. Sold at better food stores. For Fr Chintt Rtcip Book, writ LA CHOr FOOD PRODUCT! Dept. N-12, Archbold, Ohl 3SZ i3G NEED NEW DENTURES? Artificial teeth of individuality, pink and clear, thin and strong, made in our laboratory. . Repair Work on All Kinds of Plates Phone 2-378S DR. C. W. BLUMENSCHElN DENTIST 315 MARKET STREET COMPLETE DISPLAY OF estinghouse appliances EASY TERMS 0 Ask About Our Lay-Away Plan $1 a Week . ACROSONIC In winter, too, even nice people perspire The Incomparable Spinet Piano Compare quality for quality comparison will prove that the Baldwin Acrosonic is to day's best piano value. Only the 'Baldwin Acrosonic spinet, created by the makers of the famous Baldwin Grand, offers such a glorious combination of classic-line beautv and "V full, richer tone. ill' .;BiilS mI I i fis frfll ' Ji'l Choice of artists " v.'-, , 1 lJ ' and music teach- J? J I V V - M iSiJ'ir ers your guaran- f f VN 0 tee of perform- JrVVflJ A A gift for the Family that says A"VK, " 1. ' Merry Christmas all through the Ty :sTl year. Your choice of styles and J tv?, Hi sizes in mahogany or walnut fin- j&'Of' tV This new deodorant soap removes' skin bacteria that cause perspiration odor ... keeps you fresh round the dock! actually stops odor before it starts! s Because Liberal terms mav be ar- ranged, with generous allowance on your old piano. Guaranteed delivery in time for Christmas within 100 miles! You don't need to be an expert to tell a fine piano. Look at Its fine styling . .". . run your fingers over its keys and feel the smooth response . . . hear the glorious tone . . . your choice will be the Baldwin Acrosonic. Open ' Evenings Starting Thurs., Dec. 9 8 NORTH MARKET SQUARE Phone 5-7308 lone of all- soaps, contains AT-7. Heavy clothes ! Overheated rooms ! In winter, too, even nice people perspire. That's why the nicest people now use Dial year around. Unlike other soaps, Dial doesn't merely "covet up" it removes the major cause of odor. For Dial with odorless AT-7 removes the skin bacteria that thrive on perspiration. AT-7 is the only ingredient known to keep its full antiseptic power effective in soap. And Dial smells good! Complexion protection I Mild, safe Dial is so rich-. lathering and thorough-cleansing, you couldn't give your skin finer beauty care. So keep several bars of Dial on hand for your bath and complexion care. 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