The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 29
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June 27, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 29

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SIZF.S 10.18 r PRINTED PAHERN Maxwell's Coafdress Cosfume <• Wear the slim coat over thedress, dress alone or the coat as a dress — this elegant costume is a spring, summer, fall wardrobe by-^ itself. The unique Vera Maxwell touches are quietly, but beautifully evident — bias trim on pockets, young curve of the collar, slim shaping of tjif} sheath. The coat looks great too sashed with a leather tie — find one to match or contrast with the color you choose. Sewing is simple, appropriate fabrics are linen, shantung, double- knit wools, crepe, cotton. Printed Pattern M284 is Bvailable in Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18. Size 16 coat requires 3% yards 35- inch fabric; dress requires ZYs yards. Send ONE DOLLAR for Printed Pattern M284 to The Racine Journal-Times, Pattern Department, P.O. Box 59, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. (Add 15c for each pattern for first class mailing and special handling.) Please print plainly YOUR NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, STYLE NUMBER and SIZE. SEND FOR THE PREMIERE EDITION OF OUR COUTURE PATTERN COLLECTION — 57 of the world's most beautiful designer originals plus 60c FREE COUPON to apply to any One Dollar pattern. Send 50c right now for Couture Collection 10. The hght Tools Make Gardening Easy The kind of tools a gardner uses determines, to a large extent, how efficient and how enjoyable his garden will be. Without the right tools gardening is an uphill fight — nothing goes easily and you waste a lot of time you could spend on the more enjoyable phases of gardening. With all of them, of course, a good quality product is necessary. Inferior grades bend, break and dull quickly, making it impossible or difficult to finish one's job. But, what are the right tools? First, one needs something to dig with and to turn over the soil. Best for all- around use is the round-point shovel. It makes a good tool not only for turning the soil but also for digging holes and scooping. For deep holes, prying or taking the backache out of the job the long-handled form is best. And, where digging is difficult because of roots or stones and it is necessary to maintain a firm grip at all times the shorter D-handle comes into its own. For deep, especially non- stony soils in the garden the sturdy spade is best. It, too, comes with a D-handle and is good for cutting roots and root pruning. Its long, straight blade makes it particularly satisfactory for digging plants and it readily doubles as a sod cutter and turf edgcr —• unlike the curved blade of a shovel. It cuts a straight line. Another fine digging tool is the spading fork, particularly adapted to hard or stony soils which Its narrow tines penetrate much better than a spade or shovel. It ii also lighter and, thus, enables one to dig up the garden much faster. Every gardener knows the regular hoe for both loosening and hilling up soils but for small places there are special narrow ones and small triangular ones that slide through the soil with ease in any direction cutting weeds of just below the surface. For weed control the push- pull motion of the scuffle hoe also covers a lot of ground quickly, while for just loosening the soil nothing beats the long-handled, toothed cultivator. Equally useful are the rakes. For working soil smooth a sturdy - fingered steel garden rake is unsurpassed, while on lawn the UNDECIDED NOW? Ever count the hours wasted through indecision? LOTS OF LACE—This is Parisian designer Simone)ta's idea of just the thing for the summer hostess or resort visitor. The tunic is of French guipure lace, the pants of shantung and the boots of shantung topped ,with more lace. t Elmwood Plaza and 312 6th St. STARTS TOMORROW at Both Stores Eimwood Plaza -10 a.in. — Downtown - 9:30 a.ni. PRICES SLASHED FOR QUICK CLEARANCE SPRING AND SUMMER DRESSES Cottons - Silks - Acetates - Daeroiis Formerly Priced to ^25.00 $7 3 LARGE GROUPS 9 - SPORTSWEAR Co-ordinate Groups - Blouses - Sweaters Slacks - T-Shirts - Shorts 3 and off SPRING COATS and SUITS Ruin All Wool Tweeds-WOISUMIS- 'N' Shine Goutg - All Wool UIKI Acetate Suits I^orinerly Pricccl lo $60.00-Out They Go At 15 • *20 - *25 spring steel fingers of the broom rake are Ideals particularly the adjustable width models. Hard or root-infested soils, on the other hand, call for a mattock while small, close jobs like planting or weeding in small beds require the use of narrow or standafd-width trowels and weeders. Finally, there are turf edg- ers, sod lifters, tall and short bulg planters and weed cutters such as grass whips, sickles, etc, to round out the stable of,helpful tools. Lei them help you, too. KEEP PRACTICING Practice a confident walk. Your spirits will rise. Honest, They're There Behind those Sunglasses Parents of teena are In for a long, dark summer. That mysterious stranger in the house, that tangle-haired type sitting there at breakfast, maddeningly inscrutably in dark glasses, is a fixture as certain as sunshine this summer. The sunglass syndrome is upon us. Parents who have trouble enough with their bewildering teens must now come to grips with mysterioso f 0 rt 1 f i e d. They wear sunglasses from dawn to exhaustion. Don't fight it! Join it! This is one teen fad which not only has elements of sense in it ... it is one which the wily parent can twist to his own uses. True, sunglasses before dawn or in the gloam Ing are absurd. But, eye care, and proper use of glasses Is sensible, If that sloe-eyed beauty always has preferred vagueness and stumbling to wearing her needed specs . . , rejoice! If that lanky matinee idol In long hair and wrap around sunglasses always rejected his own corrective lenses as unmanly , . . he's caughtl Glasses are IN . . . every kind, dark or otherwise. No self-respecting teen will go without them. According to experts the average eye will suffer no more than mild eyestrain from much use of sunglasses. For the active young types. liACINE SUNDAY lUUITiN proof, U a fiafety d^Vlce, IS also better . iince Experts, recommend green or brownish sha the most effectivj». screening of glare. Blue, while satiify* ingly dramatic, is merely an acceptable alternative. For the normal eye, parents should insist on the best sunglasses and frtimes ,. . . even though the itiv^estment originally may be higher, the quality of sun-screening >vill be better, and the frames will last longer. No matter what the life a teen leads, two pairs of sunglasses are better than one. For corrective lenses, this is also the better part of sense. It means one pair of frames can satisfy teen aesthetics for size and screwball appearance, one satisfy the basic plastic, now hard and shatter-!demands of sense and safety. When you see Summer did arrive on schedule. Since the official date, there have been some lovely, warm balmy days. The stores are filled with delightful summer fashions to make the season enjoyable and comfortable. You'll also find suggestions today's column for summer brides and wedding gifts. m • West Racine Bank Saving for a rainy day . • . important as it is . . . isn't as easy as saving for a secret wish ... a trip, a boat, a new house, elc. Unless you already have the savings habit, you'll be amazed at how quickly your special funds grow ... try it and gee. Open an account at the West Racine Bank, 1201 West Blvd., the convenient bank with six day banking services . . . Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. This Saturday, .July 3rd, because of the holiday the ban^ will be closed. LaPorte Gallery Many of the fortunate buyers at the art show last week, hurried across the sj^;—^ street to La- ..t.ri.lrp Porie Art Gallery, 503 Main • Loom of Denmark One of the most charming shops for choosing a wedding gilt or any gift ' ' ' ~ inglon Ave. You'll find many unique and beautiful imported u_;j- -.1.- 1 1 1 . . 11 charming si ... is the Loom of Denmark, 3919 Wash- ideas for the bride who may have already registered her gift preferences at the Loom. Many discriminating young women are selecting accessories and furnishings at this attractive import store. You'll probably be so pleased with your selection that you'll want to treat yourself to lunch or a snack at the Konditori, which serves delicious food daily except Sunday from 11 a,m. until 4 p.m. • Villa Beauty Shop Summer time presents special beauty problems. For the woman who has bleached or tinted hair, a hair conditioner treatment is a ne- i lessity. Uncov- v ered heads ^ ^ and the bright sunshine combine to take away that silky look. And for lovely hands . . . gloveless during the summer . . . regular manicures are important. Don't neglect your beauty needs. Make an appointment at Villa Beauty Shop, 1103 Villa. Call 632-3702. • lathrop Hardware, Inc. Clean, clean lintless clothes that never tangle is the boast of Frigidaire's new jet cone agitation washing machine Lathrop Hardware, Inc., 2000 Lathrop Ave., have these machines which have been designed to eliminate repairs. So confident is the manufacturer of this new washer, there is a five year warranty on the main mechanism as well as the pump' and motor. You don't even have to clean a lint filter . .. the jet action propels lint out. Don't buy a washer until you see this wonder washer which sells for only S198,00, St., to have their new painting custom framed. If you were one who took your new treasure home without a frame bring it back to the Gallery . . . select a frame from the largest collections in the city. This Saturday, July 3, you may have an oil pastel portrait of your child or children done at LaPorle. . . . examples may be seen at the Gallery. The price is only $6.00 each. • Viviane Woodard With summer's heat and sun . . . complexion enc- niios . . .ready to spoil your skin, Viviane Woodard Cos- iiiclics li a V e come to your rescue witli the Moisaii Trio at a spci-ial, special iirice. It includes, Clean Glow, gentle bubbly cleanser, Key 'lone, a cooling freshener without drying alcohol and 5X Moisturizer that cradles moi.slure on your comj)lexion. Call your Vivixin Woodard consultant or 634-7318 for the Moisan Trio at $8.9.'') for a limited time. These three skin savers usually sell for $11.95. • Kidd'i World Wide Travel Mexico City . . . the Paris of Americas ... is where your eight day Cartan Mexican tour begins three to five hours after you leave Chicago. Three nights will be spent in Mexico City and you'll visit Taxco, Cuernavaca. the Pyramids, the floating gardens of Xochimilco and finally a three day stay at Acapulco . . . the Riviera of North America. Kidd's World Wide Travel, 524 Main St., will arrange this memorable vacation which includes excellent accommodations, two meals a day and round trip jet fare for $293.50. • Lee's Flowers Over the years . . . providing f 1 o w e r 8 f or many weddings and receptions . . . Lee's Flowers, 1655 .'\'. Main St., have dev i s e d a wed- d i n g service that is « delifjiil lo brides and their busy niolliers. When a bride chooses Lee's for the flowers, she will know that this is one wedding detail tliat will be expertly and efficiently handled. The floral designers and the whole staff work together to make this phase of the happy occasion a success. Large or small wedding . . . the bride will welcome the suggestions of this (rained staff of wedding flower planneis. J L • Timer's Antiques Good news for the antique buffs . . . this week iqu you may shop for lovely old, well preserved furnishinps and save nioney. Timer's Antiques, China and Glass Shop, 1401 Washinf;- Ion Ave., are having a wonderful sale. Yes, sale. It isn't often that you have an opportunity lo buy these authentic period furnishings and accessories at wonderful savings. So if you have had an eye on a lovely ro(-ker, chest or accessory that you thought you coulcln't afford, this may he the week lo buy it and save .. , stop in and see. • DeRese Clothing The silky, narrow-color striped bermudas to be worn with an Antron solid colored lop is a sportswear ensemble that will bring many compliments, DeRose Clothing next to the North Side Bank, has these expertly tailored, fully lined, bermu­ das in pink, yellow, coral and blue with sand and white. The matching easy - care sleeveless tops . . two styles . . . are in matching colors. These separate but complimentary sportswear costumes are in a group priced from $5.00 to $9.95 for shorts and from $4,00 to $9,95 for tops. Stop and see them. Convenient parking in the rear of the shop. • interiors by StephnI A wonderful array of new drapery fabrics is on display at the decorating studio at 1627 Douglas Ave. This very new shop . . . Interiors by Ste,phni . . . has an outstanding collection of sheer casement curtain materials and colorful prints in linens, cottons and miracle blends. Slop in or call 633-6810 for an appointment for custom window curtains and draperies. Slephni, designer and decorator, will assist you in planning lovely window treatments. n you i 0 r a the vibrant colors in the hand embroidered designs on the Phil Roses dresses, you'll find them hard lo resist. These 8 I e e V e I ess / jJuiT shifts in white, [j^ black or aqua are extravagantly decorated with colorful crewel work floral designs. There are several designs from which to choose . . . each one a beauty. See them in Eitels Sportswear Shop, 407 Main St. • Junction Furniture C«. A fine louvered cabinet is a handsome disguise for a laundry hamper. This is just one of the lovely pine pieces in the gift department at Junction Furniture Co., 1324 Washington Ave. Another beauty was a miniature pine chest, 21" tall with five small divided drawers to hoH "his and her" jewelry. One miniature chest with three felt lined drawers had tiny brass drawer pulls. You'll find beautiful decora- live pine boxes and chests for many purposes . . . strong boxes, letters, jewelry and cigars. tSLSSL, • Gertrude'i Frosting . . . sounds good and it looks good. Frosted hair provides highlights to your own natural colored hair and makes a wonderful frame for your face ... it lasts for weeks and weeks, loo. Make an appointment at Gertrude's Beauty Stop, 2108 Clarence Ave. for a new look for summer. Gertrude gives excellent hair cuts ... a new short, frosted cut would be smart and pretty. Call 637-7020 for an appointment. • Mortensen't Jeweir/ Silver and brides . . . both sterling and hollow ware... go together. This week I saw some beautiful International Sterling pieces . . . trays, covered dishes and candle sticks . . . that would delight any bride. Best news of all is that many of these beautiful serving pieces are tarnish resistant. One luxurious gift that I saw at Mortensen's Jewelry, 3211 Washington Ave., was a genuine lead cut crystal salad bowl with a silver rim and silver salad servers. I was amazed by the tiny price for such • lovely set. • The Studio Every hostess delights in pretty table decorations. The place lo find the prettiest . . . place markers, favors and centerpieces ... is at The Studio, 1213 College Ave. This charming d e c o rating shop has earned a reputation among smart hostesses as the place to go for party decorations with flair and imagination. Right now the shop has a lovely display of bridal shower and wedding party decorations. Westgat* laMed* Beauty Studio A permanent recommended at West gate LaModgBeau* ty Studio, 1254 Ohio 5l.. is the Vitaliz. er Wave. It is • permanent that •trengtheni all typei of hair and TeaVei it tUky and manageable . . . eipeoiiUy importaiii in the drying fum* mer tun. an appolntmenl*

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