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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1P4P SHORTEN Spring Hairdos Get From Hollywood S be a Then swve 30sfcful tasty Cloven Clab CWYI Chips with canapesme3it and cheese spreads beverages will eboid you Be 6BT SOME TODAY Mrs Helmut G Callis and the Goddess of Mercy Kyannon a 10th century carving brought from Kansti Province China They Found Adventures From Alps to Orient By GAY KREEBAIRV A Mandarin palace in Peking China was our first real home It is 12 years since but Dr and Mrs Helmut G Callis have carried this exotic life with them into 76 U st Its there youll find their fabulous collection of Oriental art Dr Callis is professor of Asiatic and Russian hislorv and institutions at U of U 1 Entering their second year on the campus contact with the eastern world is far from sev ered Publishers in York have solicited works from Prof Callis At present he is organ izinghis book Czarist Russia and the Soviet Union She also Mrs ADVEBTISEMENT Clara M Clawson LITTLE CHECKS pay off in Hiphj jSuit Style and big Fashion divii idends Note the lone torso jacket jthe hip slimming pockets with their threedecker curves The chic i checks in fine allwool worsted with masterful and distinctive tai lloring MANY OTHER MODELS Remember the West side of Main and the First Entrance South of the Pedestrian Lane brings you to I the South Main e TODAY AND TOMORROW ONLY IN WALKOVERS QUICK o special group formerly to 1695 SALE SHOES WILL NOT BE DISPLAYED IN WINDOW Dont Miss These Bargains Valuewise women everywhere are welcoming this quick clearance which brings you fine qualify shoes including such famous makes as WalkOver Rice ONeill Pandora British Walker and Paramount Youll find a good se lection of blacks brown and blues in high and low heel styles all to go at this one sensationally low price Dont wait Come in now Today and tomorrow are the last days you can take advantage of these thrill ing savings Sorry no refuntfi or approvoli all final has a manuscript on Chinas so cial problems to submit for pub lication Swiss consanguinity usually spells skis and the Callises are familiar sights on hickories at Alta Xow citizens Mrs Callis is a daughter of Mr and Mrs S Krotusis a well known Swiss publishing family Mr Callis1 father is the noted European architect Michael Callis They Travel Far Medicine captured Maudip Callis interest She studied it at the University of Leipzig and received an equivalent of an MA in medicine from Sorbonne in France Prof Callis received a degree with exceptional distinc tion in political economy and was later graduated sumnia cum laude from Leipzig Drawn to the Orient he young Callises worked their way through Italy into the Far East and Asia and finally the man darin palace Americans had dwelt in it previously so it was equipped with modern con veniences At Peking Union Medical col lege Mrs Callis studied medicine and decided to forsake the sub ject changing to languages and culture She wrote a book China as Seen Through Her Women Not long after Prof Callis was asked to return to Geneva where a Rockefeller fellowship was awarded him to the Geneva Research center Re turning they detotired to have a little look at Russia He was also the Swiss representative at an international conference for European union which took place in France Books and Degrees A summons to the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor was answered by the Callises in 1939 From that school she received a PhD in a study of Oriental civilizations and was awarded a Rockham Research fellowship Phi Beta Kappa also claimed her Prof Callis was appointed to di rect the Asia area training pro gram at the U of Michigan and became a consultant for the far eastern division of the Office of Strategic Services in Washing ton D C Later he was called to Yale university in New Haven Conn Son Stephen Michael their Con necticut Yankee made his ad vent Hes known as Whiffen poof by the Yfuu friends of the Callises At two he hasnt ac cumulated any particular dis tinction but expectations tor him are great Some women Mr Raffa have peculiar ideas about the way they want their j hair done Theyve liked a I style on some one ose I He shook his heid Most I men do shake their heads I onee in a while if thev have business or professional deal ings with women Paffi has dressed thousands of Jieids He is in Snlt Lake briefly from lie coast where he belongs to Los Angeles Hollvwood guild If the iilfa is totally wrong for her type he wont on maybe a smart operator can talk her out of it M Ive learned to do it as she orders Its her hair She wont like any other style Cycles In Curls Hair styles go in sevenyear locusts or some thing After the seems to bring out and complicated styles women relax and take things easy and the present short short haircut is the answer It is here for a long several years Raffa predicted In a metropolis such as New York or Los Angeles where they live fantastically they even are going in for the extreme shingle in the back as a mans curled flat to the head But in conservative cities Denver and Salt Lake for example we fig ure only about of the women will favor it This does not mean your women are not style con they are wary of fad They do demand good service and substantial work Cut to Suit YOU He does not cut everyones hair shortshort He thinks it depends entirely on the person He likes it on older women be cause he finds as a rule it softens and youthifies the face We pinned him manded his idea of the perfect hairdo as of this date I like a soft bang a partial one maybe he decided after a minute With sides softly fluffed or waved nothing stiff and set as we have had A bang is not necessary of course but it does dress up a forehead and soften the eyes I is possible to dress hair in when I call optical illusion style to balance some defect in face or profile Ends are simply curled up in the back Studies a Tie lias his own method of de eidins what kind of a hairdo to Rive a head H smacks a little of How do 1 know what type Trimming tylist can wear H Mo he repeated Its hard to saysomething1 just tells me Its a knack that comes with experience I feel it m the air And I can sense whether or not a woman per sonally is suing to demand a short trim When it comes to dyeing the hair it seems Salt Lake goes rifrht bade into the V They are dycinjf a lot in New York arrt down on the coast he says Its an everyony affair no more important than chang ing your tooth powder In Salt Lakeremember youre con servative Newest Nylons Resist Snags But Cost More By MRS GENEVTEVE SMITH That bugaboo of nylon hosiery tendency of the very fine slek yarn to snag easily and then run like long been a subject for experimenta tion and research among quality hose manufacturers As a re sult the first high twist nylons soon will make their bow in stores The extra twisting of the yarns according to the manu facturer about doubles the amount used ordinarily This gives a dull finish which has long been considered more flatteringbecause it does not reflect light Also this dull ness gives the effect of a more sheer hose although the tighter twist adds to the strength of the yarn and gives it more resistance to snagging All in all the effect is some thing like the extremely popular crepe twist silk hose of pre nylon days The first of the new high twist nylons will come out in a quality knit 20denier 51gauge and will sell for around 2 Special finishes also are used on nylon yarns to impart some degree of snag quality feature to inquire about if snagging is a problem in your life Another practice that makes the high cost of snagging some what less expensive is to pur chase irregulars These are hose that have irregularities of knit not the imperfections such as dropped stiches that have been darned which char acterize Recently there has been wide promotion of irregulars by many stores throughout the entire country This is due to a very slow mar ket in hosiery that has prevailed for some lime and which has caused retailers to turn to price offerings CnpyrlEht intn Onrril Fpnturei Corp ADVKKTISKMKXT WHY THOUSANDS of DOCTORS prescribe pleasant tasting Bjtlovad Gretinq NORCROSS CROSJ INC H4 MADISON AVI NY 214 sirs Lsks Ctv Thi Dtllghtful Norcroi Ccudi ot 24 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 48424 CAUSED BY COLDS For years thousands of Doctors prescribed PERTUSSIN to promptly relieve bad coughs caused by colds This is the same effective rrarussiN you can get today at any drugstore PERTUSSIN is scientifically pre pared to act AT ONCE It gently stim ulates liny glands in throat and windpipe to pour out their natural secretions Thick phlegm is loosened and more easily raised Your throat Is soothed and coughing relieved Pleasant lasting IERTUSSIN is ii rid tniglity rQrrlire r both old and evrn Mnall children InrxpeiiMvo The small hesd look of cropped hair adds io springs neat pic ture Brushing1 sets this coif in its swirling cap of curls Kaffa prescribes this evening witchery for short hairi With one side in docile waves soft curls come forward into bangs Banquet Marks 97 Years For Phi Mus Phi Mil Founders day ban quet commemorating 97 years of history will be held Friday evening at Temple Square hotel Appropriately themeri Treas ures of Phi Mil the banquet will feature Greek lamps and the jewel of Phi Mil Each member tive pledge or re ceive an enchantress carnation the official flower Toastmistress Miss Mary Smedley will be aided by Miss Barbara Ware Miss Louine Hickman and Mrs William J Merback who will give toasts Making arrangements for the banquet is chairman Miss Gerry Gold andcommittee members Miss Carley Budd Mrs R C Sutherland and Mrs R S Rich ards Alpha Delia Pi Alpha Delta Pi sorority will hold its annual Father and Daughter party at Beau Brum mel 3100 Highland dr Thurs day at 8 pm Miss Connie Spalding chair man of the affair announced that newly elected officers of the sorority will be honored CRADLE NEWS In like a lamb came Miss Adrien Buchi on the first day of March to parents Mr and Mrs Victor Bucchi June Know She has a sister Brooke wholl show her the ropes Mamas doing nicely thank you at LD S hospital Rooting Section Mr and Mrs Gerald P An derson 30402820 East an nounce the birth of a 6lb 11oz boy Tuesday at Holy Cross hos pital Mother is former Miss Shirley Goudie Uttle Sister When Mr and Mrs Don E Graeher of Richmond Cal re turn to Salt Lake theyll bring their latest addition to the fam ily Margaret June Graeber born in February They also have a son Don Frederick Graeber one year Grandparents are Mr and Mrs F S Graeber 3851 19th East and Mrs Margaret Witt formerly of St Louis now of Richmond Have a Form of Beauty Electrical Reducing Swedish Massage Steam Baths DOROTHY Masseuse Women Only DARRELLS SALON 144 SOUTH MAIN Phone 45913 jfSFytfi yS Luscious Bran Muffins with Raisins Tasty Kelloggs AllBran and lus cious raisins a mouthwater ing flavor combination 2 tablespoons 1 cup sifted shortening flour U cup sugar teaspoons or molasses baking 1 powder 1 cup Kellogg s AllBran teaspoon salt i cnp milk Vj cup raisins Blend shortening and sugar thor oughly add egg and beat well Stir in Kelloggs AllBran and milk Lei soak until most of moisture is taken up Sift flour with baking powder and salt stir in raisins Add to first mix ture and stir only until flour dis appears Fill greased muffin pans twothirds full Bake in a mod erately hot oven HOOT 25 to 30 minutes Make 9 marvelous muffins AmericiT i try bowlful today mericiT mos amoiii natural iiiaiito I Mademoiselle creates cf new open shoe silhouette with many new fashion surprises From its filigreed vampto its slender graceful heel it assures lightfooted and plays up the pretty lines ofyour feet In black or navy suede Shoe Salon street floor used towait yeur mai orders will rxiivt prompt attention 60 EAST SOUTH
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