Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on November 12, 1961 · Page 21
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1*. 1961 ·YOUR £ABY"A]$b MIM Out to Buy Baby Bunting? See What's Really New By Myrtle Meyer EUn* Any grandmother who decides to boy for her new grandchild's layette should bt prepared for ·aim innovation! she doesn't know about. A stroll through a baby department will show her items which may be new t« he*, but are just what toe new would like. knitted pants The tiny baby looks delightful and is supremely comfortable in these new combinations of with long feet, and a t i n y , short, c o t t o n jacket on top. These are comfortable, easy to put on and cute. There are new types of diapers, for instance -knitted o n e s , shaped just like t h e ordinary Myrtle EUred t h i c k e n e d through the middle. They cling S A L E Off SOTS AND COSTUMES USI YOUR CHARGE ACCT. e OKN 12 NOON MONDAY e 11*415 in ST. t and fit well and wash and dry easily. BABY BUNTING For outdoor wear there is a new type of bunting, 9 jacket and hood separate with a pillow slip type of bottom, made of a laminated fabric which insulates against the cold. Just slip the baby into the bottom and zip it up. The jacket allows the baby's arms to be free--something most babies like. The mesh-sided beds as well as play pens have been "in" for some time, but there k a new bed, which folds in such a way as to slip through a door. It has mesh sides, a bed section which can be lowered to the floor to use as a play pen or lifted to any height to suit the comfort of the mother caring for the baby. These look so fragile compared to the wooden beds, but they waer as well and no baby can imprison a head through crib slats with these. BATH SEAT There is a new, small, plastic «eal in which a baby can be strapped and then lowered into the tub. It grips the bottom with suction cups. This makes bathing the small baby easy for the new mother. Another contrivance slips a sort of seat over the mother's arm and allows her to hold, the baby in that while she bathes him. For a nice pre-natal gift how about a "Sitters Book?" It contains pages on which instructions can be inscribed and torn out. And if you haven't seen and beard the dial-toned globe which can be put in a baby's bed to soothe him, do listen to this. This is not to be used to fool hungry, sick, or soil«"d babies into being soother, but is just for prematures, or small, fussy ones. It sounds to them like the familiar sound of their mother's heart or her blood circulating and puts UVm to sleep. Have yon ever shopped a Peck's sale? la these days of one sale after another, women often get confused. There just aren't that many real values. When Peck's have a sale, it really is a sale, and we don't have them very often. Our sale racks are full of current fashions (no left-overs from last season), and be* cause our styles are classic, you'll find these buys good for many seasons to come. What do youfind at Peck's sales? Sport clothes, country and ^|^ | / casual, cocktail dresses and hats, and i^£9f% \/ ^ accessories to complete every outfit. | ^b»\XlvBP final clearance of coats, suits and wool dresses Hats 1/2 price · use your charge account · all sales final Pecks lee street at hale Annual Bazaar Set Tht nublk to lavlted U the handmade onlay by tt» «·*·»» Guild aad^a* Wej** «f OtfttiftSenrfei ef MetbodW Chun% ». ' Try a few spoonfuls el finely THE 1VWT will begin at chapped Jjuts «"»J* «^W«? j^ ' pure vanilla extract la a grain addtiM to the sale ef ham «raetar pto crust YOUTHFUL VOLUNTEE G CHILDREN Mrs. Howard Wells (top photo, ripht) is advisor to 'The Marmettes," made up of (from left) Annabelle Moore, Sheila Eplin, Virginia Sullivan, Emma Moore and (lower photo, from left) Kay Walker. Nancy Simpson, Martha Velie and Joyce Lilly. Not present for the pictures were Judy Munday and Judy' Hartshorn. (Staff Photos by Frank Wilkin) Christmas special! NEW AUXILIARY DIVISION The Marmettes' Aid Children in Hospital A new division has been added to the Woman's Auxiliary of Mannet Hospital. Made up of a group of girls from 18 to 20 years of age and wearing blue and white uniforms, the division has assumed the name of "The Marmettes". Under the guidance of Mm. Howard Wells, an auxiliary member, the MarmettM have undergone an orientation period ami uii-ue-jut it*ioin* iu uM hospital. They will report at 5:30 p. m. five days each week and remain until 8. Included in their volunteer duties will be helping to serve dinner to adult patients, helping to feed the children, assisting with small handicraft activities In the early evening, and showing films in the recreation room between dinner and bed time. · · * THE MARMETTES also will comb the children's hair, read to them and tell stories. One of their most important assignments will be visiting with teenage patients who need an opportunity to talk with others in their own age bracket. The girls plan to take on many other little jobs, such as help- Ing children put puzzles together when they are unable to move hand or arm muscles. Their volunteering will lighten the load of the nursing staff which now has little more time than for the bare necessities of administering medications and caring for sick paticnU. At the auxiliary's semi-annual fall meeting, (he group voted to purchase an aspirator for the liuapiUu. Ai. pit.itiit. iVr* ii only one such piece of equipment at Mannet. and one patient requires it* use 20 to 30 times a day. Designed to remove muciu from the respiratory organs, it can mean sudden death to the patient when not available on short notice. Since one child requires iU use so frequently, the hospital needs a second machine for use with "other patients badly. · · · A NEW SYSTEM of awards for volunteer work was arranged at the meeting, with Mrs. Paul C. Shaw named as chairman of the awards committee. The auxiliary also has provided another service for the hospital, sending two members --Mrs. Samuel rToumoy and Mrs. C. F. McNutt-to the institution each Sunday morning to conduct Sunday school services for the patients. Reports given included those of the treasurer, Mrs. Chapman Kevercomb; membership chairman. Mrs. Charles Semesco, and the hospital administrator, Miss Louise Clark. The president. Mrs. Philip Angel, conducted the meeting, and hos- tc:.3es were auxiliary officers and board members. superb gift portraits taken of your family at spectacular savings! thro* big beautiful photographs of one, two or three people During me Christmas season time it so precious, we're willing to pay for It now. Only during this Pre- Chrittmo* Sale can you get portrait* of thit tize and quality at such a tiny fraction of their regular price) Skillfully posed and lighted by our master photographer . .. these are portrait! to givt with pride ... to treasure always. Come in now! PHOTO SALON-Fourrh Floor | Mrs. Martin L King Jr. | Speaker on Woman's Day; ! Reception Is Planned wife of the Internationally known civil rights leader, will speak OB the "Challenge of the Human Rights Problem" when she addresses members of the First Baptist Church in observance of their annual Woman's Day. Mrs. King, a resident of Atlanta, Ga., wiii deliver her Address at 10 a. m. next Sunday at the church, corner of Shrewsbury and Lewis Sts. Educated at Antioch College and the New England Conservatory of Music. Mrs. King has traveled in 15 countries in Europe, Africa and Asia. * * * BESIDES GIVING the speech. Mrs. King will present a musical program at the church at S p. m. She will MIM several song* that grew out of the integration movement in Montgomery. Ata. Other songs wifl include selections by the Community Chorus and cemraaed eheir* at Ik* dwrch. ception will be held in the church lounge. The Woman's Federation is sponsoring the program with Miss Elsie Mae Davis as its president. shop Monday and / Friday 9:30 to No Appointment Necessary ... Or Call Dl 6-5441-Dl 6-0911' Ext. 207 IEAUTY SALON Meirnofre "Cluster Ciirl" the. whole wonderful, winter-full works ... CUT e PERM e STYU 8.45

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