The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 41
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 41

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 24, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times. Sunday. Nov. 24. lfUM-ft Preoccupied W ith Approaching Season? Stop And Count Those Many Blessings! When I have problems. I repeat to myself the saying, "I cried because I had no shoes, until I met a man who had no feet." God bless you and my best wishes to you all. Heloise Hints From Heloise Bv HKLOISE CRUSE DKAK FOLKS: All set for Thanksgiving Day' You know, all too often we are so busy and preoccupied with everyday living that we don't stop and count our blessings. Pause a few seconds and think about them. They may not be as many as some people have ... but you will kin holders are absolutely marvelous as desk organizers? I keep several in that very spot for holding letters, bills, pads. etc.. and always know just where to look now for each item. Suzanne K. DEAR HELOISE: To solve the problem of pry ing out toast stuck in the toaster, my husband came up with this idea: He bought some tongue depressors for a dime a dozen and glued a V'-thick piece of wood between two of them at one end. The piece of wood has to be at least this thick so the other ends of the depressors are wide enough apart to pick up a piece of toast. Result: Little wooden tones to grasp that toast when it fails to come up properly. Emma Watson DEAR EMMA: It really works. And what a magic gadget it is! I made one out of popsicle sticks and a little cork. Before fishing that bread out. just BE SURE the toaster plug is pulled OUT of the wall socket and it's cool. The extra good part 'bout these little wooden tongs is that they don't have sharp points to damage the insides of the toaster like knives and forks do. Also, using wood for this job is an extra safety factor because it doesn't conduct electricity or heat. Heloise product quickly with the help of the label. Mrs. H. J. Laurain DEAR HELOISE: When our little daughter outgrew her training chair we cut a piece of plywood the same size as the seat and nailed it in place, then painted it to match the rest of the chair. Now we have a perfect "booster chair" to carry when we go visiting. When placed on a regular chair, it puts our youngster at just the right height to eat at the table. It can also be used as her special TV chair. Barbara Sturgeon DEAR HELOISE: Try this idea when you send a child to the store at the last minute: I keep labels from frequently used products tucked in the kitchen drawer. Thenwhen my child gets to the store, he DEAR HELOISE: When I open a round box of bath powder. I remove the cellophane cover, take a plastic coffee can lid. cut a hole in the center about the size of a dime, and put this over the powder, then replace the puff. The hole in the center allows plenty of powder to get on the puff and prevents spilling all over the bathroom floor. Saves on powder, too. Daily Reader NOVEMBER CLEARANCE SALE! ONE WEEK ONLY MON. THRU SAT. DECORATOR FABRICS DRAPERY-SLIPCOVER UPHOLSTERY THOUSANDS OF YARDS! BARGAINS GALORE probably find that they are MORK than lots of people have . . . DEAR HELOISE: When using my upright vacuum for small cleanup jobs, I find this hint helpful. Instead of uncoiling and recoiling the long cord, I leave it wound on the vacuum and hook up a short heavy-duty extension cord to the regular one. Then I plug it in. i When finished. I move the extension and Dut 1 1 mm t la m m ri i away the machine. No long cord to wind up again. Lori DEAR HELOISE: Did you know that those inexpensive plastic paper nap- matches the old label with the new. Very convenient and helpful to him. as he can locate the VAT DYED PRESHRUNK SCOTCHGARDED ..itC u Children's Letters To God to bx ALL OF THESE CHINTZ PASTELS FLORALS 56" WIDE DRAPERY FABRICS EVERGLAZED SOLID COLORS 50" WIDE NOVELTY yifflf J 'J they indent J trsAfi,p for little Grs? 1 LUXURY SCREEN PRINTS 100 COTTON 50-56" WIDE ROC LON INSULATED LINING FOR YEAR ROUND COMFORT 45" WIDE PATTERNS SATINET lES PASTELS FLORALS STRIPES NURSERY PATTERNS 50" WIDE FOR KIDS GROWN UPS 50" WIDE ZD 100 COTTON SATINS SOLID COLORS 56" WIDE BUY NOW AND SAVE CLOSE-OUT VALUES TO 5.95 ANTIQUE SATIN ONE LOT PINK 48" WIDE CLEARANCE 100 DACRON BATISTE SHEER HAND-SCREEN PRINTS 48" WIDE CLOSE-OUT 100 DACRON BATISTE 4 Q8 I ANTIQUE SATIN 1 H9D SHEER 11 LOVELY COLORS I n 22 LOVELY COLORS 39 48" WIDE SOLIDS " 48" WIDE SOLIDS I YtRD FACTORY BOLT ENDS 5 to 20 yd lengths 5056T.0 yards $ "3 00 REMNANTS values to 5.95 wide & for imported Aiiirrnr inie jute-rayon LINENS ANVERS GAUZE COTTON WEAVE ES SSffSU C0lOTFUl PATTE,NS 144 t 96 BELGIAN 4 1 fi HEAVY VALUES 139 TO I vn WOVEN ,W DUTY TO I w w 1 YD 50" WIDE I YARD 56" WIDE 6.95 YAR0 VALUES TO 6.95 u VALUES TO 2.95 COTTON SATINS I frr upholstery FLORALS MODERN K flfl WJU ff 1 IT" PATTERNS I e a i Q 1 iP STAIN RESISTANT I XLfc MTm SM I3i 56" WIDE VALUES TO 3.95 'RD m m Bn1(Nrr TRAVERSE LINENS BROCADES GR ANTIQUE 100 COTTON DECORATOR TWEEDS TXNA SATIN a oq ino ncc ?onToESs (0 WHITE FULL BOLTS 1 C I U O OFF . JACQUARDS 1J J U so" wide I yipQ AI Dnnc 54" WIDE L3 W OFF VALUES TO 3.95 M ALL KODS HUNDREDS OF liOLTS I II H MANY OTHER GREAT VALUES! ALL FABRICS FACTORY PRICED OR LESS! WE'RE JUST 6 BLOCKS SOUTH OF SOUTHERN BLVD. ACROSS FROM PHIPPS PARK ) Off to Nassau, l l SS I Into Spring . . . I lZJ L" ' PURE LINEN hy Flair '$T The fabric for I pretty "Young Things" y J I immaculate looks always, j with big impact on the fall scene pJ A joy of the winter son j by WARNER W scene. Cruise along I Out of sight but not out of mind, the "Young Thingi" make mLtX in a fresh breeze of 1 8 b"'in fashion imPnssion- Wken urf pntty und"' HMf , ,. I neath it all, the glow shows. SeT color on 100 Flax I . l J , I From At lop, a light and bey bro with odjuitool itrttch tlropt, linen, machine or hand I an nyion .lasKc. a.32-34; b-c-d.32-40. "5 washable and crease I resistant, ready for I Ftotlwnwight lytra powtf nt ponti girdl hoi loct pontl to fun-filled, sun-filled days. I -r b,ig.. Doubk dr. Po. SiI., s-m-i. 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