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Lincolnshire Life Autumn, 1961 (Vol. 1, No. 3)

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  • 08-February-2011 22:58:15

    Lincolnshire Food at its Best We Specialise in the Postal Trade TWO SAMPLE PARCELs WE SEND 1 Ib. Farmhouse Sausage 9s, 6d. 1 Ib. Pork Pie 2 Ibs. Farmhous Sausage 2 Ibs. Pork Pie 17s. 3d. Full price list on application MACDONALDS of LOUTH LEGBOURNE ROAD CORNER - LOUTH Phone: Louth 422

  • 08-February-2011 22:58:15

    Beauty Counselor Dear Madam, In buying your cosmetics have you ever made an expensive mistake-or hesitated in case you should ? Have you ever wished ... " If only I could try them first "? Well, NOW YOU CAN ! ... superb Beauty Counselor cosnzetics are brought to you in the comfort of your own honze. At your leisure you can enjoy, FREE, a complete Skin Care, Dinner Party Pick-up and Make-up treatment ... you try out the preparations in the only way they can be tried-on your face, in front of a mirror. If from the story your mirror tells you are satisfied that what you've tried is RIGHT for you, then, and only then, need you decide to buy-but there's no obligation to buy at all if you do not wish. One out of six American and Canadian women choose their cosmetics the Beauty Counselor way ... and now every day this new way to beauty care is gaining in popularity with women throughout Great Britain. We would be delighted to give you a demonstration. Faithfully, Your Registered Beauty Counselors. P.S, There is a beauty counselor in your district-please contact either of these addresses for an disappointment. Mrs. M. BOYD 24 Westward Ho, Grimsby. - Tel. 78059. Mrs. I. DRANSFIELD 228 Doddington Road Lincoln. - Tel. 21550. A column for flower lovers by Mabs Cheetham AS autumn progresses, we come to a period when it is not casy to obtain many varieties of flowers, and therefore we must look elsewhere for help. I hope you will find the following ideas helpful. Lots of fun may be had wandering along hedgerows and through woods looking for " bits and pieces " to use during the late autumn and winter. Keep your eyes open for such things as bracken, berries, seed heads, grasses, comes of all sizes, small branches of larch with cones attached, likewise beech with bracks, fungi, lichen-covered branches, old man's beard, rose hips, and endless others ; also attractively-shaped pleces of old wood, bark, and roots. Your garden also supplies a great variety of material, such as iris, poppyheads and honesty-and don't forget to gather your hydrangeas (the darker shades) to dry. Press leaves from virginia creeper, beech, vine, ornamented oak, magnolia, or any good shaped leaf. Harvest your gourds, what a joy they can be! Crab-apples and even blackberries, both fruit and leaves, add colour. Most of these can be fixed into plasticine. For containers use coarse pottery, pewter, wooden boxes anti bowls, driftwood, dried tree fungi, etc. Try pressing your leaves between newspaper under a carpet. Tie seedheads into small bunches and hang in a warm place. It is well worth the trouble to brush over your dried leaves and berries with thin, clear varnish. All dried materials can then be used in their natural colour. For your Christmas decorations they also lend themselves to being painted white, gold, silver, scarlet and so on. Add a little glitter and it will really sparkle! For your party buffet table use a tall candlestick with large candle cup and make a really bold arrangement. I find this so good as it is well above the food. As I write the sun is shining and Christmas seems far away, but as it is my only opportunity I wish you all a very happy time along with lots of gay and glittering decorations made from the "bits and pieces" you have gathered.

  • 08-February-2011 22:58:15

    The famous "Minipiano" Free delivery anywhere in Lincs. Your existing instrument taken in part exchange Generous H.P. facilities available Send for illustrdted lists-or our representative may visit you COUGH & DAVY Ltd 47 Victoria Street - Gsisails~by Telephone 2365

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The monthly Lincolnshire Life magazine was founded in April, 1961 with the intention of championing the cause of Lincolnshire by recording its history, folklore, culture, personalities, dialect, art, etc.

The magazine has 'thumbnail' sketches of the history of all the county's towns and many of its 700-plus villages, histories of its major houses and castles and profiles of many of its smaller houses, in private occupation. There are accounts of major and minor incidents in the county's history, augmented through the magazine's correspondence columns and details of the lives of many of the county's personalities both past and present.

By recording aspects of the county's life which were happening at the time but which no longer exist, the magazine now has the only written account of some of these customs or events.

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