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Mrs. Mrs. Dodd, Mrs. and cake. Paul guest of is a State or a full green bush, and the sun beat' down on them." I tried it. Lo and behold, look like new now and not spot left on them, Betty Betty Is exactly right, folks. In some countries they often do this to bleach bed linens tablecloths. Whatever makes grass green is what does magic bleaching, process. After the garment has been washed thoroughly and rinsed well, they lay it on the gfeen grass and leave it all day the hot sun. * If the stains are still not they re-wet it and turn it on the other side. I tried myself on some badly stained sheets and pillowcases. I them, out overnight and let dew drip down ,on them. found this even a more terrific bleacher. Some badly aged spots especially on white table linens — may be removed beautifully with the ink eradicator comes in one bottle. (Not kind that comes in two separate bottles.) Don't leave it on long; however. Within a minutes, wash the eradicator out and rinse it in vinegar water

Clipped from The Daily Republic20 Jan 1970, TuePage 7

The Daily Republic (Mitchell, South Dakota)20 Jan 1970, TuePage 7
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