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JO ELLEN KELLER, Editor
Saturday, October 17,1953 T\EAUTY IJITS reyfield T§ sing* imitli tint*: A read er recently requested some infor mation regarding dry hair and split ends. Although I have pre viously written about hair care, I’d like to add a bit about hair beauty. It seems this is the question in discussion. “Does hav ing the dry ends singed, control split ends?" Te eech his ewn: In order to answer this correctly, I’ve con sulted professional aid. First I called the Southernmost School of Beauty Culture, and when con fronted with the question of singe ing the hair, their opinion was “Definitely not” They recommend clipping the dry ends, as often as they appear. It is usually neces sary to do this after each weekly shampoo. Oil treatments are ex ceptionally good to use, depending on texture of hair. Also they tell us that occasionally the dryness is caused by condition of system, ra ther than climate. Next, I ap proached the Adorable Beauty Sa lon, and they too, strongly urged you not to singe the hair. I under stand this method was formerly practiced by many, and a few still recommend it. As n precautionary measure, they recommend hot oil treatments and avoiding the use of "dry shampoos.” It is useless to treat split ends, as there is ab solutely no life left. The ends de finitely should be clipped off. Their suggestion is to trim a tiny amount ef hair each week before shampoo, or after shampoo, if. curly locks.; The use both scissors and razor, according to texture of hair. I hope these brief interviews will answer our readers' question, on singe or not to singe and scissors vs. ra zor. ■ye-de's Give your eyes ex pression by accenting them, but when applying eye make-up, be particularly careful to avoid that made-up look. After your daily beauty ritual, always check excess powder on lashes and brows. This can easily be accomplished with a dry mascara brush. A wee bit of cream hair oil gives a nice silky gloss to brows and lathes. Beauty on duty: A neat trick is Id draw your eye pencil across the Bd, at the roots of your lashes, extending an upward stroke at the outer corner of your eye. Lashes appear thicker and darker. Apply mascara to upper lashes only, mak ing sure all lashes are separated. When plucking brows, follow the natural curve. Avoid plucking a hove the curve, or you’ll ruin the. natural line. If you wish to darken' your brows, make little hair-like Strokes, rather than a long, heavy artificial line. A curl lash applic tor is an inexpensive gadget which makes with lovely lashes, and has a tendency to make lashes appear longer. Another good tip is to ap ply eye lotion which relieves eye strain and gives your eyes a fresh twinkle. Balls of cotton, soaked with refrigerated witch hazel and applied to closed eyelids, give you a nice refreshed feeling, too. Bits about color: It isn’t pos sible to change the color of your •yes, but eye shadow, in the cor rect individual shade can play magical tricks. Certain shades of clothing also cause various chang es in blue, green, and gray eyes. Wear eye shadow during evening Party Parisienne TM i!n mii HI- a W ■ m w P*\ 1 ■ W > '^pmjj ■ ’ 1 JMp |v ■ /A -‘-w r ■* WiM :W (■■pwfc'.;., IM y . jrp ”' *4^^_ A ■ ■f I H IN THE UNINHIBITED FASHION of fiction and the movie, the habitant* of Moulin Rouge moved into Trade Winds Club for a one night stand on Thursday. There, in addition to the gaiety, a true note of la vie bohemienne ... a first showing of lma drsw ing* by Key West artist, Larry Karns. Pinto by Karns. SOCIETY - PERSONALS - NEWS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN THB KEY WEST CITIZEN Beauty Queen To Be Chosen By Elks Club The Elks Club will choose Its Bathing Beauty Queen of 1953 at the annual benefit dance tt be held tonight at the Elks Club Annex. The music will be by John Prit chard’s orchestra, and the dance will be by John Pritchard’s or chestra, and the dance will begin at 9 o’clock. | Fourteen beautiful Key West girls will compete for the title of “1953 Bathing Beauty Youth Queen." The girls will be seen first lin evening dresses, then in bathing suits, and they will promenade on a stage decorated in tropical foil age and hailoween decorations. Five out-of-town guests will act as judges. They will see the girls for the first time the night of the contest. This year’s winner will be crown ed by Miss Lons Allen who is win ner of several beauty awards. The Queen will receive many gifts giv en by Key West merchants toge ther with a trophy from the Elks .Club. Girls competing for the title are: Jo Ann ohnson, June Lewis, Glo ria Knowles, Dorothea Pinder, Glo ria Lents, Linda Howell, Jill Bond, Brenda Sayre, Celi Benzanilla, Shirley Alfonso and Yvonne Moore. While the contestants are chang ing frbm evening dresses to bath ing suits there will be a floor show which will include baton act by Ka ren McCarrick. Apply To Wed The following couples have ap plied for marriage licenses in the ! office of County Judge Raymond R. Lord: i Alfonso Perry, 40, and Lealo Wilson, 27, both of 300 Truman Ave. Hilliard Smith. 21, USS BushneU, and Mildred McKenzie, 19, 922 Pauline Lane. DaUas W. Hartline, 27, U. S. Na val Station, and Gene Mary Daly, 24, 509 Whitehead St. Robert D. Salter, 21, 611 Flem ing St., and Gloria H. Quesada, 19, Levittown, Pa. Ernest F. Gregor, 18, Marine Barracks, and Carole Taylor Sab in, 16, 149-C Peary Ct. Jack Balds, 24. SurAsDevDet, and Maria Mercedes Norcisa, 27, 904 Simonton. Dee H. Ling, 42, Shrimp Boat B. M. O. and Susie Elizabeth Mac key, 23, 426 Green St. Corn pone and johnny cake are good breads to serve often when a member of the family is aller gic to wheat flour. only. Blend from center of upper llid, outward and upward at tem ples. Safety check I Squinting and frowning may be a sign of serious trouble. If you have this problem, make an appointment a have your eyes checked. Perhaps you’ll only need Polaroid glasses to shun the sun and glare, but regular glasses needn’t mar your looks, as there are many attractive frames now a-days. It's no toe rot: . Eyes express emotion, fatigue, and give a de finite clue on personality. Have you noticed how happiness and sorrow are betrays so easily by one’s eyes? There are a few lucky per sons who have eyes that dance magically. Be eye-conscious Show expression —and make the most of what you have. Page 3 Guilty! ‘ , jft | 2g 81 R| mm 1 H iHT' li m l r: 1 JiHip B . m I GIRLS DAY in Key West saw strange things happening at City Hall. Here Myrtland Cates, Jr., is found guilty of "having been found working in city hall.” Charges were brought to the attention of City Attorney Marilyn Adams, far right, by Patrolwoman Alvania Singleton, left, before Judge Juackie Delaney.—Citizen Photo, Finch. ANNOUNCEMENT CALENDAR SUNDAY, October 18th: 3:3o—Logia “Marti" Nro. 3, Orden Caballeros de la Luz, at 422 Amelia St. MONDAY, October 19th: 3:oo—Elizabeth Taylor Circle, at Ist Baptist Church annex 7:3o—Pythian Sisters, Temple No. 30, at Pythian Hall 7:3O—WSCS, at Ley Memorial Methodist Church Annex B:oo—Juvenile Council, at the Clinic Bldg. B:oo—Women of the Ist Presbyterian Church, at the church B:oo—Lions Club Auxiliary, at Lions Den B:oo—Methodist Men, at Wesley House 8:00—Logi “Marti” Nro. 3, Orden Caballeros de la Luz, at 919 Elizabeth St. 8:00—Alcoholics Anonymous, open meeting, at 515V4 Duval St. TUESDAY, October 20th: 9:oo—Thrift Shop at Naval Comissary, 9-12 9:oo—Ladies’ Day Golf Tournament, at Key West Golf Club 12:30—FRA Ladies’ Auxiliary, at A and B Lobster House 6:4s—Kiwanis Club, at La Concha Hotel 7:3o—Youth For Christ, at Fleming St. Methodist Church 7:3o—Minoca Council No. 13, at Redmen’s Hall 7:3o—Assembly No. 13, Rainbow Girls, at Scottish Rite Temple 7:4s—Duplicate Bridge, at Ft. Taylor B:oo—Beginners’ Bridge, at Ft. Taylor B:oo—Civil Air Patrol at Legion Horae, Stock Island B:oo—Disabled Amer. Veterans, No. 13 at 422 Amelia St. B:OO—PTA at Key West High School B:ls—Rumba Lessons, Ft. Taylor WEDNESDAY, October 20th: 10:00—OWC Book Review Group, at Fort Taylor 10:30—Navy Wives’ Club No. 88, at Bldg. 178, Naval Station 12:30—Naval Air Station OWC, place to be announced 12:30—HS-1 OWC, place to be announced I:oo—Ceramic Class, at West Martello Art School I:ls—Monroe County PTA Council, place to be announced B:oo—Dade Lodge No. 14. Scottish Rite Temple 8:00—BPW Club, at the Woman’s Club 8:00-JayCees at Jr. Chamber of Commerce clubhouse THURSDAY, October 21st I:oo—Thrift Shop at Naval Commissary, 1-4 12:15—Rotary Club, at St. Paul’s Parish Hall 12:30—VX-1 OWC, place to be announced I:oo—Hand weaving Classes, at West Martello Art School 2:oo—Women’s Auxiliary, at Monroe General Hospital 7:3O—CAP Cadets, at Key West High School FRIDAY, October 22nd: 7:0O-Ceramics Classes, at West Martello Art School 7:3o—Youth For Christ, Poinciana Baptist Church B:oo—Fern Chapter. No. 21, OES, at Scottish Rite Temple B:oo—Knights of Pythias, at Pythian Hall Church Women Make Plans For Halloween Executive Board of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, Ley Memorial Church met at the home of Mr*. Tom Curry, 1309 Albury St., Monday evening. Miami District officers of the WSCS will arrive In Key West Oct. 26th for an officers’ training class which will begin with a covered dish supper at 6:30 at Wesley House. Ladies of the four Metho-; dist Churches are asked to attend. On Nov. 6th World Community Day will be observed at El Salva dor Church and In addition to these plans, there was a discussion concerning the Halloween Social to be held Thursday, Oct. 22nd at 6 p. m. There will be games and prizes for the costumed children. A meat loaf supper, hot dogs, cake, candy and soda will be sold. After the business session, host esses served the group refresh ments. You can make this glamorous dessert several days before you are having company. Prepare a graham cracker crust and press it' against the sides and bottom of a pie plate. Chill the crust for two or three hours, then fill with straw berry ice cream softened to spread ing consistence. Sprinkle the top with finely crushed graham crack ers crumbs and store in the free ser compartment of your refrigera tor. Thaw a package of frozen strawberries and serve as a sauce with the ice-cream pie. ITEMS OF INTEREST TO EVERYONE Medical Society Discussed Polio At Meeting Monroe County Medical Society held its regular monthly meeting Thursday, October 3, 1953 at the Monroe General Hospital. The re cent mass inocculation program with gamma globulin in Key West was discussed, along with several cases which had been in the hos pital during September. Dr. John Featherston, radiolo gist, who recently reported for duty at the U.S. Naval Hospital was introduced and welcomed by the Society. Dr. C. W. Morrison, retired naval medical officer, of. Key West, was also introduced. 1 Plans were made for scientific pro-; igrams for coming meetings. Preent were: Doctors Lester, Shepard, Moore, Gonzales, Herz, and Fernandez. COIFFURE DESIGNERS the J. REIDS Salon of Beauty 423 Fleming St. Phene 2-5263 LA CONCHA HOTEL i . V _H_~_ Letters Custom Work Dene In Our Own Decorating Workshop DIAL 2-2345 904 FLEMING ST. KEY WEST Ten And Twenty Yean Ago At Taken from Piles ef The Citizen OCTOBER 17, 1933 A. Maitland Adams, manager of the Thompson interests, return ed yesterday from a short stay in Miami. John Archer, local agent for a large corporation, left yesterday on a business trip to Miami Mrs. Charles L. Falk, who has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reedy in Coral Gables, returned yesterday. OCTOBER 17, 1943 Six Key West firemen attending school in Miami are: Ralph B. Finder, Harry Baker, Oscar Cruz, T. C. Moore, Leonard Curry and Hugh Hinde. Judge Thomas S. Caro left for West Palm Beach where he will reconvene the criminal court. The Rev. C. V. Bussell has re ceived a unanimous call by Key West Baptists to become associate pastor of the First Baptist Church. He will assume his duties Sunday. SOCIOLOGY CONGRESS BRUSSELS LB—The second world congress of sociology will be held in Liege, Belguim, from August 24 to September 1, 1953. The first such congress took place in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1950. Besides its normal adminstrative activities, the congress will hold seminars on group conflicts and their solutions, recent developments in sociologi cal research, social stratification and social mobility and the activi ties and responsibilities of sociolo gists. Joseph Lasarovici Wishes To Announce the Reopening of the TRADE WINDS PATIO RESTAURANT Saturday the 24th Serving Dinners Daily 6 to 10 P.M. Featuring Charcoal Broiling and Key West Specialties , Prices at Pre-Season Rates 303 Dural Street, Corner Caroline TELEPHONE 2-9101 Key West Trim Shop IK ELIZABETH STREET Key Wests Newest Trim Shop NOW OPEN FOB BUSINESS SEAT COVERS DOOR PANELS HEADLINERS TOPS Star’’ g at $29.95 and Of Come In and See Joe Mycekj Manager , for Free Estimate Players Announce Their Opening Production The Key West Barn Players are proud to announce as their open ing production of the 1953-54 sea son the smash play, “The Moon is Blue.” This hilarious comedy by F. Hugh Herbert was one of the big gest hits ot the 1951 theater sea-' sonin New York. The east includ ed Barbara Bel Geddes, Donald Cook, and Barry Nelson. Critics showered praises on the play which enabled it to enjoy a long Broad-j way run. Hollywood became inter-! ested and made it into a box office landslide all over America. In London, the play also received flattering notices and gave the Briv tish a long run of laughs. I The play is a sprightly innuendo 'of complications concerning three people who meet accidentally one evening. The sparkling dialogue and the broad wink at old-fashion ed morals make this a “must” on your theater calendar this year. Watch the Citizen for an an nouncement of the dates of per formances. Audubon Club Has Bird Walk Members of the Junior Audubon Club at Poinciana Elementary School went on a bird walk last Staturday morning, to the Bird Sanctuary on Stock Island. This was the first in a series of outings planned by the Monroe County Audubon Society for the Junior Clubs during this seasons migra tion of birds. Miss Helen Taylor, teacher, and Sponsor of the Junior Club at Poinciana School, was in charge of the group, and Mrs. Curtis Bunting, Mrs. Joseph Santina and Mrs. Ellis Finch provided trans portation. Mrs. Frances Hames, President of the Society Jed them through the wooded trails of the Sanctuary, and about seventeen different kinds of birds were seen, , including the little blue heron, white-crowned pigeon, American redstart, black-throated blue and! , palm warblers, blue-gray gnat catcher, red-winged blackbird and sparrow hawk. A considerable number of palm warblers were found feeding in the grass inside the old garden wall and their markings could be clear ly seen. However, it was pointed out that some of the birds were still in juvenile plumage and could not be identified by color, such as (he little blue heron, whose feathers are white the first year. The Junior Audubon members who took this trip were: Andy Bush, Antoinett Swain, Michael Mendoza, Charles Mendoza, Tho mas Tomaro, Josphe Roberts, John Laudenslager, Suzanne Kit chings, Joseph Santina, Sandra Santina, Martha Santina, Sue Bunt ing, Ted Henning and Diana Mat thews. Foods rich In protein get leathery when they are cooked at high tem peratures, so keep the heat low when you are preparing dishes with eggs and cheese In them. Mrs. Walter Price Piano and Theory Instruction 409 Flaming St. Phone 24371 Telephone: Citizen Office* 2-566 1 PTA To Hold Tuesday Meet The regular meeting of the Key West High School Parent Teachers Association will be held in the high school auditorium at 8:00 p. m. Tuesday, October 20th. Pre siding will be Mrs. kenille Ro sam, president | In addition to the regular busi ness mating, the planned pro gram calls for a continuation of the high school PTA theme of the year; Looking Toward Maturity. The featured speaker will be Dr. H. C. Campbell, principla of Key West High School. The subject of his talk will be “Defining Maturi ty." Within this topic, he will dis cuss such ponts as: when do adol escents become mature, responsi bilities and reactions of adoles cents in their journey toward ma tury, and the teachers’ responsibi lities in helping adolescents reach maturity. This talk should be of vital im portance to every parent who now has a child in the unior or Sen ior High School, and every mem ber or prospective member is urg ed to attend this important and in teresting meeting. At the conclusion of the meeting, refreshments will be served to at-, tending teachers and parents in the high school cafeteria. When you are measuring sifted flour, heap the flour lightly into 1 the cup with a spoon, then level off, with a spatula. H and 'Si n EAT! DRINK! \ and BE MERRY! 'CAUSE IT'S MORE FUN at RAUL'S Book Review For OWC Is Postponed The All Key West program sche duled for the Oct. 21st OWC Bi>ok Review gathering at Ft. Taylor Club, has been postponed until the following Wednesday, Oct ri&ui. This is in accordance with the Na vy order to discontinue public ga therings insofar as possible during the current polio trouble. If, for the same reason the Review group can not meet on the 28th the entire pro gram will be held over until the November meeting. Some eight or ten books center ing on Key West with both Navy and townfolk contributing comprise the program. More details on these will be published prior to the meet ing. Mrs. P. W. Garnett, chairman urges all attending to bring along interesting Key W’est data, dig gings, collections and the like. CARD OF THANKS During the illness and follow ing the death of our beloved one, John F. Roberts, neighbors and friends were most kind in their ministrations and most thought ful in the transmission of be.iu itiful floral offerings, and the use ;of their cars. We regret that it is impossible for us to express our sincere thanks to each one personally, but plead that this expression of our appreciation may be accepted in lieu of the spoken word. THE FAMILY.