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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LFTHBR1QGE HERAID _ Wedneiday, October U, 1975 the girls with wraps of holly like greens and reds, zingy colors for the festive season. Brilliantly printed caftans and hostess gowns, loose and flowing, are in for all holiday occasions. Any- thing and everything goes prints that range from classical oriental to modern geometric. b M Somewhere in the cobwebs at the back of my mind lurks a little spider of suspicion that if some- thing's been produced by old Mother Nature, it's just got to be good and healthy and so on. And now that all those new cosmetics filled with crushed kumquats- and oil of poison ivy are hitting the shelves, 1 was interested to hear of the return of the lemon, beaulifically speaking. Grannie used to tell me about lemons. Did you know that: lemon is the original skin freshener-as- tringent? Hub half a lemon on your face. Not only dees it feel all iingly clean, it removes excess oil. from lemon peel is perfect for restoring silky softness to dry and scaly skin? juice of half, a lemon added to warm water and poured over the hair cuts film? Rinse again with clear warm water and just look at that shine! lemon peels should be saved and dropped into your bath water or rubbed over arms and legs after your bath. The natural oils the same ones found in many expensive creams make pores feel downright invigorated. Wind up your lemon bash with a facial mask that draws out impurities and tightens pores. Mix an egg white and half a cup of lemon juice with sufficient dry oatmeal to make a paste: or lightly beat egg white arid mix in one tablespoon lemon juice plus one tablespoon mayonnaise. Spread on face and neck and allow to dry. Rinse with warm water. little word of warning a very few people are allergic to lemon oils. If in doubt, test a small patch of skin before giving yourself the full treat- ment! Planning your holiday goodies? These munchy Cocoa Creams are a teenager's delight, so make lots. cup cocoa 2 cups icing sugar 2i cup sweetened condensed milk 2 tsp. vanilla '2 cup chopped nuts cup finely shredded coconut Sift cocoa and icing sugar together and set aside one quarter cup of mixture to roll candies in. Place condensed milk in separate mixing bowl, add vanilla and cocoa-mixture, blending well. Add chopped nuts and coconut, again mixing thoroughly. Shape into balls about one inch in diameter, roll in the quarter cup cocoa mixture. Chill or allow to set for about 30 minutes. Yield: 3 dozen. Fashion profile Rick Ervin, photos AGE OF ELEGANCE reached a new peak in the city last night with the Beta Sigma Phi showing of Profile at the Yates Memorial Centre. Against a dramatic backdrop of black-and-white haute courvuro sketches, the new season's fashions unfolded to a most receptive audience. For women, the look was soft, pretty and femin- ine. Even the most tailored blazers were gently shaped. Day wear, on the whole, just covered the knee; and long, graceful skirts were much in evidence for both day and evening wear. Pants of all kinds proved popular, especially bags, which came high or low rise, cuffed or un- cuffed. Biggest eye-catchers were the palazzo pants', some reaching 39 inches in width and styled for sport, day and evening wear. These ranged from a creamy knit ensemble with peace jacket, through crushed burgundy velvet, to an enchanting froth of coral lace patterned with gold medallions. Jean Harlow was there in spirit in the sleek, figure-hugging bias-cut skirts. These were loaded with subtle appeal, and look like he-ing a tremendous hit for many seasons to come. White collars and cuffs, mostly detachable, were teamed with many of the outfits from casual to for- mal. This was a fresh, crisp touch, which may also be around for a while. Although strongly outnumbered by the women, the men still managed to make a marked impress- ion. Suits made a big comeback, and knits masquerad- ing as flannel were everywhere. The look was masculine and less gimmicky than of yore. Colors were bold and definite, lapels wider, vents popular, and vigorous colors like burgundy, bot- tle green and deep blue were a big feature. Pants retained the flair, and cuffs, when worn, apparently must be a regulation inch depth. Suit coats and sport jackets were two or three button, and overcoats, just a shade longer than last year. Commentators were Maxine Higgins and Reno Lizzi, and a spoof on Coco Chanel with appropriately saucy accent, was offered by Fran Rude. Background music was provided by organist Vera Sinclair. 812 4th AVE. S. PHONE 32B-I673 OR 323-J332 CALL FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION ;