Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on November 24, 1970 · Page 33
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 33

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Frnpirt (H.) Jnmil-StiMlird| Tu«i,, Nov. 24, 1970 G/rf Outerwear For Fashion The soft, longer coats the skinny HHlc skirt conts, the casual wraps, the sporty trench coats, the loose fitting steamer coats, are all inspired by the Gibson girl. The capes, both short and long, swing out with dramatic fullness or shape softly to (lie body line. The luxurious mixes of furs include the borders, collars, cuffs in long hairs on the short haired coats and the prints on calf, sheared rabbit and mink. The ponchos soft and luxurious for evening, trimmed with leather and snakcskin for day. Hazards Listed Of Poisonings In Holiday Plants The Food and Drug Administration warns gardeners and householders against the unlabeled hazards of potential poisoning from common decorative plants or their seeds. These include varieties such as the castor bean, the jequirity bean, also known as the rosary pea, which can be fatal if chewed and swallowed. Some other plants also are toxic when ingested. For example: One poinsettia leaf can kill a child; mistletoe has been known to be fatal to both children and adults; — daffodil, hyacinth, and narcissus bulbs cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea and may be fatal. The FDA recommends that gardeners and homeowners make a careful appraisal of the poison potential of their favorite decorative plants in and around the home, especially if the highly toxic jequirity or castor beans are used for planting. They should be sowed only in areas not accessible to children. Colors, Fabrics To Dress Up Holiday Child The holiday child will be the traditional dressed-up child, with news and excitement in colors, fabrics, patterns and looks. Colors — very fresh and clean-looking with the classic red, navy and white. Other popular colors will be purple, hot pink, lemon yellow, peach, sea and royal blue. Fabrics — the velvets are back, both plain and crushed. Knits are the strongest fabric, both bonded and plain, laces, voile, polyester wovens, with a satin finish, and cotton suedes are popular. Patterns — pin stripes and bold stripes are strong, as are the "native" patterns, Scandinavian and Oriental. Many of the voiles have a burn-out pattern. There are lots of embroideries. Silhouettes — Many dresses have a midriff with either lacing or smocking at the waist. There's a definite two-piece look of dresses with a vest. The peasant dress (often midi length) and the peplum are another holiday look. Pantsnits and jump- suits are favorites and the "pioneer girl" lias carved herself a niche. Hobby Model Kits Made For All Ages Shopping for hobby model kits today is a revelation. Where emphasis used to be on planes, cars and boats for boys in an age range from 8 to 14, kits arc now being made for every age group and for both sexes — even for the preschooler whose developing coordination sometimes makes him appear to be all thumbs. The unique array of colorful hobby kits to be seen in stores this year start with the cement- k'.ss and pre-paintcd snap-together cartoon-type models. From there they jump into the class of highly-detailed automotive miniatures and even cater to the bpaceminded who critically examine every engineering aspect of lunar cra'tt replicas. \\Jiy are model hobby kits so ap|>calinj>? Parents like Ilium because they keep children fruitfully occupied; there is the vahn of extended play lime because assembly work can \m letl standing for later attention: there is the proof of achievement; ami Dad has the oppur tunity to work closely wiiii Ins child. TH1MMINU 1'ARTV Don't invite friends in to a trimming parly until you're down to the last stage •- hanging the icicles, not thrown at the live but hung u Jew al a time. tree MAS to iwjm sue, e* EEP THINK IHINK DEEPTONES... THINK KENT COLLECTION BY —Arrow*- If you're a deep thinker youTl dig the dramatic deep colors of these out-of-sight shirts from Arrow's famous Kent Collection. Ditto for their distinctive high-band collars -and 'the double-barreled smartness of their two-button barrel cuffs. Get several and get deeply involved in what's happening in the male fashion world today. Decton Perma-Irdn in 65% Dacron* polyester, 35% cotton, that needs no ironing. Sanforized-Plus-2. IQ50 *DuPONTft.T.M. sol Lew Inc. Fr»tpor?» finiti M»n't ft Sfor* ^B/ On Tto HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES

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