••**"™"^^F 3B IB wl- Ami found *h«t * baby** «*' »ipj>*4 rick .notes «iii4e*l tool |jet : Snto *he caging* •no' •• paimf Icncibs. ft also woifcs well f<ir Ang any excess pew* flwt.aars djM.—IEANNE •- ' the fcoWl .» Ae VN* *«d you will ., OEAH POLLY—TrVfcen«fcal»y«»««« *3°&*"3'- ".c,>iws1ting and yaw fcav* no Stroller to «.e b«V Sn try your loundry «MaW J-At^it^ - r „ "i«*> •irf'.lxifcy Is »»ileco^ S*»aji!pywlienyou*repMshinjl«im^-- KjPMPo5M|HnllHJ8mtoBV ^^V*W ^^^ r*?r^e«lNo*5976^ \ A >r^^^^ — *" "• "*" Al f DULY—11bougM ^esfoKntdi mud tracked in *he fcock % little feet. 1 |>ut adhesive tape ^n-olfed «n« circle^ ion the corners to keep , them in filacettn the floor and liold Irhe '" comers idownJ7iiis«s easy to pull «ip from ?*A_^ V A» ""' ^_ 5LM ^^^ A«MV,IK.Ii ^T DEAR POLLY-lf yw do not how a raal. ator brush try the brush used for wiping MOW off of the car windshield. It worked very well on our narrow radiators..—MRS. C.J. L W .f SJ*. GAY FAVORITES to make! The Hittle flowered flounce of an apron or the •cheerM striped Kb, also !rtie crisply pleated Itolf- opron bnghteiwd with cross- stitch. No. 1307 It fw MM small. Medium «ni taige, 1 yard of 3S- imdi ifabric, lor smofl and meii- am^ 3 ^3 yo?9s Jor wnje. DEAR POLLY~To kctp chilling baby ot both time I put the bottle of baby lotion in the warm tub water-so that it warms the lotion. This keeps baby from crying al the ro.uch of cold lotion. —CAROL DEAR POLLY—When skirts ore too large and hove, to be taken in you can do a better and neater -job if you put the skirt on wrong side put and then pin to the proper size. Stitch by .machine along the pinned lines and no basting will be necessary.—MRS. f. A. DEAR »OLLY~-ln wet and rainy weather I place a piece of plastic a* little larger than the size of my throw rug in front of the door and then put the rug on top of the plastic. As feet are wiped off the plastic catches dirt that falls from the rug and it is easier to clean up.—MARY ANN , DEAR POLLY—Yesterday the usual small colters come to our back door for cookies or candy. Grandpa had just finished popping corn so we made waxed paper cones to hold the corn and fastened them with the wire ties saved from bread. — MRS. CM. 6. WaH Matched A SOFT scooped neck sheath and trimlined bolero jacket join to create a well-groomed and versatile cos* twne look for the half-sixer. No. 1303 witd PHOTO-GUIDE is m sixes IZW to 2614, butt 33 to 47. Sire 14tt, 35 butt, dress, V/t yards of 45- inch; jacket, Ui yards. Soft Drape ENJOY the ease of youthful styling with a full-skirted fashion sporting a bow-tied collar and swingy pleats. Pattern provides for both short sleeve and sleeveless versions. ' No. 1307 with PHOTO-GUIDE is in sizes 9,11,12,13, M, 16 and 18. Bust 30V4 to 38. Size 11, 31'/i bust, 4»y4 yards of 35-inch. 1W7 fcr NEA. Dress patterns send 50c each plus 15c for first-class moiling with «ame/oddress,zipcode, pattern number ond size to Patterns (care of this newspaper}. Box 438B, Midrown Station, New York, N.Y. 10018.
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