Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 21
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22 Ggfesbuta Reaister-Moij, Golesburg, III. Wed,, Aug. 21, 1963 Famous Beauty Experts Offer Hints to Coeds Starting College Life Off for your first year at college? You needn't be bogged down by "freshman fog" if you heed these hints from a group of experts, members of the Lady Remington Beauty Institute advisory panel. Says actress-singer Polly Bergen, who invariably garners "best-dressed" awards: "Keep your wardrobe casual but cared- for. Frills are out, but tailored dresses or classic sweaters and skirts are always acceptable." Recommends screen star and cosmetic authority Dorothy Lamour: "Don't overdo makeup. It marks you as an amateur. Campus life calls for a fresh-scrubbed look, with deft emphasis at eyes, via pencil and liner." Career school director-owner Candy Jones advises: "Good grooming, more than anything else, will help you make the grade. This means shining-clean hair, teeth, nails . . . immaculate collars and cuffs." Syndicated newspaper columnist and author Edyth Thornton McLeod cautions: "Ultra-sophistication just scares the boys away Cultivate a simple and charming manner if you want to make friends quickly — both male and female." Tips and Hints Shampoo night, for example, can include four other beauty chores — manicure, pedicure, el bow care and defuzzing legs and underarms. Elbows can appear dark and rough unless you treat them to a gentle massage with pumice and lemon. Lubricate with dry skin cream to keep them in the pink of condition. Defuzzing legs and underarms is simple when you have your own electric shaver. Since there's no Jack • on the Square H 2 h 8 ft •10 IT Of 5 GALLON G. I. GAS CANS $4.95 G. I. WATER CANS $6.95 JACK'S SUPPLY STORE Galesburg, Illinois 31 SL fli Mora for Your Dollar - ' • 1 • ' • • • - »,• 1 • 1 * lather involved, you can see ex? actly what you're doing and won't nick or scrape yourself. In fact, a quick dusting of legs and under* arms with powder will make shaving smoother. You can apply deodorant immediately after using the shaver — there's no 24-hour wait. Each night, after you've sudsed personal laundry, treat your hands to an application of cream or lotion. Rub in gently around cuticles and be sure to cover the knuckles which often become chapped, due to exposure. Splurge five minutes on hair care, by brushing carefully, from the scalp outward. You'll be rewarded with glossier, easier-to-manage hair. One final tip: Keep after your clothes. Once a month, check skirts to catch ripped hems, blouses and sweaters to secure loose buttons. Don't let run down heels drag your overall appearance. Remember: neatness counts! GOOD GROOMING is of prime importance at all times, and especially so during school days. An electric shaver that's designed for gals is a big help in keeping legs and underarms groomed — and it's easier, too. A little cooked rice leftover? Add it to mixed cooked and raw shredded vegetables, dress with French dressing and use as a sandwich filling. This medley also makes a good salad. Use crisp greens with both sandwich and salad. WOOL For every hour of night or day ... for every spot of work or play . . . The Ladies Shop provides the way—unequaled, and in grand array. Dresses and suits and blouses gay — from E. Picone, so don't delay. There's also slacks and sweaters fine . . . and car coats warm and styled divine. Incredulous! The Shop Accommodating New Windsor Party Marks 1st Birthday NEW WINDSOR - Bradley Keith, son of Airman 1C. and Mrs. James Patterson, observed his first birthday Saturday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Anderson. Brad* ley's birthdate was Aug. 16. Attending the afternoon party were his two great-grandmothers, Mrs. A. E. Forseth of Woodhull and Mrs. Grace Docherty of Bo- den; his grandmothers, Mrs. George Patterson of Viola and Mrs. C. W. Anderson, New Windsor. Mrs. Anderson prepared the anniversary cake: Others present were Mrs. Richard Russell of Matherville; Mrs. Max Lutrell and daughter Lori, Todd and Terry Beck of Woodhull; Mrs. Mario Forseth, daugh­ ters Metafile and Debofa and Mrs. Dennis Nlmerick and children, New Windier Briefs Mrs. Lillie Humes of Galesburg returned home Friday after spending several days with Mrs. Rella Peterson and attending the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ryan and daughter Julie attended the Ryan family reunion Sunday at the Com* munlty Building at St. Augustine. Mrs. Edmond Pruett, Mrs. Marilyn Graham and daughter Karen left Monday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Aneil at Roseville, Mich. Mrs. J. L. Peterson, Mrs. Violet Dawson and Mrs. William Rosene attended a prenuptial shower honoring Sandra Kay Smiley at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smiley in Rock Island Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson Six of Seven Are Mated WILLtAMSTOWN, Mass. CAP) — The resident acting company at the summer theater here is matrimonially strong. The group includes three couples and a lone* bachelor. spent the weekend in Chicago and attended the 4-game baseball series between the Yankees and the White Sox. COUNT ON PENNEY'S FOR WONDERFUL Lady Towncraft We believe in making shirt collectors happy. That's why we've gone to the time and trouble to find out what makes a really great shirt value. Superb tailoring is a must. Fine fabrics, classic styles, a price that makes good budget sense. You'll find it all under our . . . Lady Towncraft label A. Proportioned pima cotton (like owning a custom-made shirt!). White. P, 8 to 16; A, 8 to 18; T, 10 to 18. B. Cotton oxford, solid colors. 8 to 16. C. Combed cotton oxford. Solids. 8 to 16. D. Woven striped cotton oxford. White and assorted colors. 8 to 16. BECAUSE THEY'RE PENNEY'S OWN, YOU PAY ONLY This Is Real Penney Value! Quality Skirt 'N Blouse! 1.50 7 to 14 Blouses Skirt 6 to 14 2.98 Knife pleated skirt is a blend of wool, nylon and acrylic! Roll sleeve blouse of 100% combed cotton has assorted collars. Plaid skirt with pattern or solid blouse. Boys' Jeans Are Long on Wear'N Looks sizes 6-20 2 49 His favorite colors in rug­ ged 11 V\ oz. Foremost® cotton denims that are cut to fit! Blue, Whitel SpECl/tfS FIBERGLAS® BEAUTIES KOW PRICED FOR SPECIAL SAVING 48" wide, 3 6 A 63" long "* " TOP VALUES IN TUFTED BEDSPREADS SPECIAL! KAPOK PILLOWS 3 full or twin 2 <• <5 2 <• $ 3 BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL! MATCHED SPREAD, CURTAINS twin spread 5 48" wide x 84" long $4.66 pair Lightly-patterned glass fabric you can hand-launder* in minutes, never iron. Fade-resistant white, champaigne, toast. *luk #warm w«t«r Don't miss thesel Velvety, tufted cotton finished with fringe. White, red, blue, beige, brown, shocking pink. Compare! B i g, comfy 19"x25" resilient Kapok pillows at this price! White cotton cover. Tier curtains, 36" long $2.44 Valance $1.22 Ideal for the dorm, for boy's and girl's rooms—sturdy, natural-color cotton trimmed with cotton band- in red, brown, gold or blue, jumbo welting. Machine washable. • /

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