Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 24, 1968 · Page 25
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 25

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, March 24, 1968
Page 25
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Jk FASHION favorite with the young •niss, this «osy-t6*ait *|paar»oy"" sweater 4s«asy-to-wear, too? Make iit in wour favorite color. Pattern Ma. 5268 fasfcnit directions far sizes 10 to 20 inclusive; »titcl! TOORDEft ith mumDer «md vice to ^carc«f!rhiswewsp«»eO < VoK43St < JMidtown Strtwn, Htw ¥»rK Hy. 10011. POLLY'S POINTERS DEAH rOLLY—FoW * «tack of newspapers to •eat *i«e «nd cover contact ooper Wo liove on •Me isoot *s* fishing, picnics or gardening. We keep ours in the , tnmk *f the cor.—SUE v -s fcEAK POLLY—When we first bought our croquet set we iput orange fluorescent tope on the hoops, lihis makes them much cosier to •see and they are easier to find When laying on the fround.— DIANE DEAR rOUY—If you hove * cover the lid %r1rii«*liewer cap that «• the *ONW color os your kitchen •cliame. It will 1* inexpensive, look wiH cover MO fjroesy ond VMS* *pot*.-4riA*r DEAR tOLlY— When trovelittj cross country with the family 1 pock every- i>oaV<s swimming <gear in one suitcase so everyone con Ibe changed and in the pool within tninutes »f arrival «t a motel.-— MRS. *H. K. •SeiMf them 4o Jfcer, ««re »f *fiw wewi»*u»er.| •••••••II I" i in II ..... i '•••I DEAR •OUY^Grondoo hot aV: viced o way,to irecuunt-cock*the ' olottic bags we use to ffe«e>eoe- {taotas v Make the opening at the top of .the bag Wry small and in- *sert a straw in it. Suck out all the. oir;in the bog ond then tt* the top. ' ' DEAR POLLY—I always put some charcoal in the bottom of my indoor plant containers to keep the soil fresh.—MRS. A. L DEAR FOLLY—To remove the ink price, marks from 'plastic items without damaging the finish, moisten on a cotton ball with baby oil and wipe ever the mark. This has worked for me tvery time.—MRS. T, J. W. DEAR POLLY—Often there Is no electric hook-up where we go camping. We discovered a fine way to make toast is by punching 'many holes in the bottom of a large can, placing it bottom side up over the gas burner and then putting the bread on top of the can until it browns.— DEAR POLLY—Do you want an inexpensive beach robe for your toddler? Simply rake a large used terry cloth baby towel, cut a circle out of the center and sew elastic around this neck edge. You have a robe which can be quickly draped over the child.—LUCY Sweet ond Sunny THIS SWEET bow and button trimmed dress is styled to wear, well through an adventure filled summer. Short sleeve version is an ideal bock-to- schodl design. No. S213 with. PATT-0- RAMA is in sizes 1 to 6 years. Size 2,1H yards of 35-inch. 8213 1-6 yrs. Look Lively! THIS YOUNG ond jaunty version of the little" skimmer is sure to be a pace-setter this fall sporting the fashion know-how of a bold button-trimmed, notched front. No 8193 with PATT-0-RAMA is in sizes 9,11,12,13,14,16 andlWust 30Ji to 38. Size 11, 31Vi bust, 3 3 4 yards of 45-inch. ' _^-_ 8229 12V4-2614 Gently Molded SOFT GATHERS stem from under the trim yoke of this figure flattering sheath. Additional features include becoming cap sleeves and a return to the fitted waistline. No. 8229 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 12& to 26Vi. bust 33 to 47. Sire 14'i, 35 bust, 2?i yards of 45-inch. Dress patterns send 50c each plus 15c for first-class mailing with name, address, zipcode, pattern number and size to Patterns (care of this newspaper), Box 438B, Midtown Station, New York, N.Y. 1001B.

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