Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 13, 1969 · Page 25
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 25

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, July 13, 1969
Page 25
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K)Lt.Y—My ilovely -whit* tablecloth with several stains «n <it was wade (•sable again fcy painting »rer the stained »rcai« simple but wttracrive-designs with ^.m point for we* fpmposes wfctch comes in (many lovely lines. I did -dusters »f flowers ami was pleased with the result.— CULAV1E ^Si^WS?? r 7"*3 'f^s^^SisSktin^..--^ • •> .'"? 2128- Qutdk Cm* Trim ii^s>^jj£^^sa!gsssSigi' r '~rrjiii--. «•» jm -goy colors •nofce « f>ng1it Itrim for the fray's «teflis.Simp1y|>r«ss«>n,t»o*ml)roidery vteededl tiotlem t4o. 2128 tios eolor tronsfcrfor Itimotifsiiof (various sizes. ^irtli ; ^j^S^*?:^ 1 "*^ POliY— WK«n feumed wut *n «ny sewing madhine., 1 re- §>1aced it with a Christmas tree bulb. I Scraped the colored paint off so it -gives m brighter light.— CORiNHE fW/ys«o*e; Tltey do not fit all machines twrt ore^reot wfwn ffcey «?o. § •»"• "'ji i i VoOr ^poyj « j^oWor for • Srnd ftfiem 80 -frer, >core of Jfcij newspaper, I DEAR POLLY—I used on old pole lamp for a shower curtain rod. TKe wiring and sockets were removed. It just fits across the five-foot span from wall to wall after the one section with no spring was re- waved. The 1 strong spring holds it tip on Hie walls. TKis looks nice with' our new shower curtain hanging from it. CARET DEAR POLLY— Roll linen or damask tablecloths on old win r daw shade rollers to prevent wear from fold* and so it will lie flat wfcan put o« the table.—GER- TRUOC• DEAR POLLY—When traveling 1 pack a square af heavy cardboard and a small bag of balloons and leave my bulky wig block and case at home. When I take off my wig at night I blow up a balloon to the head size of my wig, tie a knot in the balloon and slip it through a slit cut in the cardboard; This holds my vig nicely. —NANCY DEAR POLLY—Clip some of fhot* interesting magazine articles you never hove time to read •nd tape them to the breakfast cereal box. This certainly mokes more interesting reading than "Hey, kids, get one free."—MRS. E. !. R. DEAR POLLY—To remove rust from the corners of cake tins that have not been in use for a long time I dip a piece of raw potato in cleaning powder and then scour.—P, L. L Sofrty Flattering TOE mature womon, here's a -smartly feminine pattern rhot'sdesigned to put Battery fcacfc in fashion, featurw o distinctive face-framing collar and graceful front pleats. Mo. 1304 vith PHOTO- GUIDE is in sizes 36 to 52, bust 38 to 54. Size 38, 40 bust, 3'4 yards oJ <45-tnch; Vi-yorj for contrasting collar. MulH-Purposc w.nAY for a busy day's wrk or ptey. Huj ihopely half-sixer features the cnfojstyle details of a button front, two handy pockets and a trim bade yoke. No. 1318 with PHOTO-GUIDE is in sizes J2V4 to 26^ bust 33 to 47. Siie WA. 35 bust, VA yards of 45- •nch. Greet A-ihape ITS SIMPLICITY wpl moke it your favorite wardrobe addition. Comes also with long, button-trimmed sleeves. • ft*. 14» with PHOTO-GUIDE is in sues t "to IS, bust 3m to 40. Size 10, bust, 2 yards of 45-inch. tSc each fc? Mticloss « ibstMllsiM to mStM*, wnh {CMC of

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