The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 65, No. 236, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 2, 1956 Page: 3 of 12
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Sunday, December 2, 1956
The El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
The Sacred Heart 4-H club will
hold a Christmas party Dec. 20,
it was decided at the last regular
The meeting, held in the church
hall, was opened with a prayer I
lead by James Corwin, president,
Writing tools, fountain pens and
pencils, have been a popular
Christmas gift for years and are
doubly welcome when they suit
For children . . . give thick pen-
cils with soft leads or crayons.
Lead pencils, mechanical pencils
and ballpoints are recommended
for second and third graders . . .
for fourth grade and over . . . the
above, or a fountain pen.
For housewives ... a fountain
pen, ballpoint or desk pen. A ball
point pen is an ideal extra writing
For the home . . desk pen sets,
designed to fit into home decor;
sets hold from one to three foun-
tain pens; some have built-in clocks
For the children's room . . . the
less expensive reservoir type desk
pens, which are non-spillable.
For men ... a combination of
matching fountain pen, ballpoint
and mechanical pencil. A hand-
some gift is the fountain pen and
ballpoint set with his signature en-
graved on a gold band, which adds
a graceful personal touch.
(PARIS, Dec. 1 —UP— Mrs. Jae-
tes Fath, in a move revolutionary
the French couturier fashion
Justry, has slashed the prices of
r high-style creations and an-
uneed that American buyers no
nger must pay the $1,000 entry
e to see her collections.
(Genevieve Fath, who won ad-
miration for the way she took over
Jr designer-husband’s business
| his death, announced that from
Iw on her “haute couture” clothes
buld start at a new low price of
|40 per garment.
[‘‘The high prices of the Paris
uture no longer are possible to-
iy,” she said. “Even my richest
iends are buying less expensive
id more practical clothes.”
Mrs. Fath hopes to attract more
nolesale and store buyers as well,
’ not demanding the $1,000 entry
e which she feels frightens the
Couturiers demand this fee or
*:aution” to protect themselves
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and the girls’ demonstration, "Let’s
be Safe with Better Lighting" was
presented by Judy Schweitzer and
j Sharon Anderson.
The boys’ demonstration, “Safe
Use with Electric Plugs and
j Cords,” was presented by Dickie
| Parr and James Corwin.
! George Menz persented the boys’
timely speech on neatness, and
the girls' speech was presented by
i Mary Katherine O’Neal,
i Songs were led by Margaret Mil-
ler with Dolores Thurman as ae
} Guests included Mrs. Don Cor-
win, Mrs. H. Anderson, and Mrs.
j M. A. Jeffrey.
A PERSONAL and versatile gift for the young record collector and music en-
thusiast is this combination radio and phonograph. Varied speeds, automatic
record changer and fine reproduction and tone quality distinguish this set. Its
handsome case, easy portability and streamlined design make it a truly hand-
some gift item for anyone on your list.
THERE'S NO time like Christmas to give
or receive a smart, dependable watch.
For him-the Barry;" a slim square-
faced timepiece with an easy-to-read
dial. For her—the dainty "Belle" with
a handsome leather bracelet.
No matter what you want you can
find it In the want ads.
Flame Proof Trees Are Best
Temco Wall Heaters
pounds from your local fire depart-
Just to be on the safe side, keep
a fire extinguisher within easy
reach near the Christmas tree.
Before decorating your Christ-
mas tree, be sure to treat it with
a flame proofing material.
This may be done in two ways
—by spraying a flame retardant
on the branches and needles, or by
setting the trunk in a chemical
mixture, which the tree absorbs.
Flameproofing compounds can
be purchased at most paint stores
—or you may be able to get the
formulas for flameproofing com-
GOOD GROOMING GIFT
Gifts of good grooming are much
appreciated at Christmas time.
Here’s one that can be definitely
unusual, and it’s perfect for giving
either to a man or woman.
It’s a gift certificate from a
good dry cleaner, entitling the re-
cipient to both pressing and clean-
ing service, to help him keep his
clothes neat, trim, spic, and span.
★ TEMCO FLOOR FURNACES
★ TEMCO CIRCULATING HEATERS
★ PEERLESS BATH HEATERS
★ PERMAGLAS HOT WATER HEATERS
★ AMERICAN STANDARD BATH FIXTURES
urn the buyers who come to the
ows only to get ideas. But for
is price, they also have the pur-
iase right to any dress in a eol-
Mrs. Fath said the new low price
nge may guarantee more income
and make for
RICHT SPIRIT—United Slates athletes. Thane Baker, left,
of Klkhart. Kans . and Janier, I.ea of San Jose. Calif . right, have
a friendly word for Germany' s Heinz Laufer in Melbourne.
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Concrvt* Finishers Available
an the ‘‘caution’
■Iter relations between the Paris
South End Barker Avenue
'essmakers and the
“The present system
' step with the times. I hope oth-
s will adopt my system if this
periment proves successful,” she
picking and little of the vitamin C
is lost in preparation,” Goodhart
said. “But with frozen foods much
vitamin C is lost in preparation,
storage and transporting. And the
uneven temperatures frozen foods
are exposed to also hastens vita-
min C oxidization.”
Vitamin C is essential for the
well-being of the body blood ves-
sels and it strengthens the adhe-
sives which weld the cells togeth-
er, Goodhart said.
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec. 1 —
dpi— Lettuce, contrary to parents'
admonitions to balky children, does
not produce curly hair, long eye-
lashes or white teeth. As a matter
of fact, it’s almost worthless, says
“Lettuce is nearly 100 percent
water, contains no vitamins and is
almost worthless as a food,” said
Robert S. Goodhart, scientific di-
rector of the National Vitamin
foundation. During a recent visit
to the University of Michigan,
Goodhart added that the chief val-
ue of lettuce is as a “dressing.”
The greens that are especially
nutritious and full of vitamin C
are endive, dandelion greens, cab-
bage and watercress, said Good-
Goodhart also discounted the im-
pression that canned foods have
lost much of their vitamin content.
They really have more vitamin C
than fresh and frozen foods, he
“Canned foods are picked ripe,
i are canned immediately following
Starting Saturday, Dec. 1
Until Christmas . . . Open
Weekdays Until 9 p. m.
To Cut Overhead
She admitted she would be forced
cut drastically her personnel in
der to produce lower priced
“But,” she said, “the overhead
the big dressmaking houses is
iiculous. So I shall economize
having four telephone operators
stead of six, and by cutting down
;• the workroom staff.”
Maison Jacques Fath has some
0 employes, of which about 350
tually make the dresses.
She insisted that the quality of
irk will not be lowered, no mat-
r what the price of the dress.
'(“Clients will have as many fit-
igs for their $140 dress as they
>uld for a $500 purchase," she
id. She plans to continue the
are expensive line, but will show
•out 60 creations in the lower
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 65, No. 236, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 2, 1956, newspaper, December 2, 1956; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920371/m1/3/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.