California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Sep 4 1957, Page 7

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaYoung girls still like petticoats no matter what Paris says about the sack Silhouette Young girls still want Lull skirts and petticoats Lor Date anal party Wear. In the daytime they May Wear casual shirts and slim skirts but at Date time out come the petticoats. Girls feel dressed up and romantic if they have a froth of skirts that whirl when they dance says Starletta Dennison of new York a designer who specializes in petticoats. She advises a wardrobe of five Dif Ferent petticoats ranging from softly flared to crisply bouffant. All she Points out should be smooth about the i plane and flare below to fit the new fashions and give the figure a Graceful look. Here arc some of her tips on How to shop for a proper Petticoat always examine inside seams hem of a Petticoat. If there Are Brittle raw edges the work Manship is poor and the seams or hem May catch on stockings and underwear. Kim Blair Fetter prospective Are a y us. Shakespeare club from Long Beach High be Given at today at school. Shakespeare juniors Tell plans for fete a Garden party for new and a highlight of the afternoon Lane it u _ i _ _ Chi omegas set meeting Chi Omega Junior alumnae will meet sept. 11 at the Home of mrs. James g. Bobbins 450 e. Grand View Sierra new officers of the group Are Mes. George b. Newhouse alumnae president James c. Bridges. Hugh j. Haferkamp Charles m. Hamilton Harry f. Blaney Grenville Pike James g. Bobbins Henry s. Myers Robert w. Anderson and miss Thi with Stoat Smi mkt the will be a water Ballet by Stu. Leran 71 Hacienda dr., Nadia. Special guests will include juniors others assisting with plan " for the event Are Mes. Don Laid e. Garner Gale l. Wop n. Seymour Hotonian Russell c. Taylor Roger w. Maxson Harry a miss Helen Louise Taylor and Crumn visors to the juniors. P " in charge of the mrs. William m. La s. Event Arel us. 0. Are Mes Harry h k Gillies Jack is. William m. Laub. Mem 0. A Esao be ship chairman for the Jun Diraison Sydney l. Curtis r Tuart Geore ors mrs. Donald e. Garnei ind mrs. George b Newhouse homemaker s Corner by Elizabeth Hillyer to a t v a window Woll with a Dado Rind a paper in from to make a stand out of a window when Matching fabric and wallpaper Are used paper the window Frame to match the curtains. Then continue the Saihe Bright pattern in a Dado All around the room. Its easy enough to find fresh new prints in paired fabrics and papers the Small All Over i rods that Are just right for this idea full purpose and the papering is easy too. Wash the Wood of the Sand it lightly to help the paper to adhere then use wallpaper paste generously. While the paper is Damp it can be pressed beyond the Flat sur faces to smooth neatly Over the Woodwork edges. Window frames in doubtful condition Are happily this they need Only be smooth enough to show no grooves under he paper. Sand Down the rough spots and fill up All cracks. Goldwaite George Morales Edward Vail Thomas a. D. Fessenden Sidney Brock Stuart Zuck William Rudolph James. W. Edward Bulmahn and Charles p. Moller. I learn hypnotism original Frenchel course reveal a new horizon in your ambition plus More Security for yourself and loved ones also the Abil Ity to hypnotize others should you desire. Achieve lasting piece of mind through Auto Sugges classes being formed now. For free Bro Chure and Complete in formation Call Hollywood 4-0493 or write Post office Box 867, Hollywood 28. Have a Beautiful body to live in reduce in the privacy of your Home with the stauffek Home plan of effortless calorie reduction. Stauffer s magic Couch the helps

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