The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 26, 1959 · Page 53
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July 26, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 53

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New for CORNS .a • CORN PAD treatment First complete pad treatment 1. For Fast Relist—extra-soft molesliln pads. 2. For Sure Removal^saparate medication Ptienyllum*'promotes growtl) of new sliin tissue tliat pusties corn out. 3. For Healing Comfort—special ointment soothes tender new skin area. (iuartinleed to do mil 3 or your moiuy back. BLUE-JAY CORN PAD TrMtm«nt Bauei" a Hlack Division III IHI HDtMl ClHIP«N> HANDLE LOOSE? Rcscc II solidly with I >lu5iic W OIH I l«ir a IKTinaiiciu joli! Siiiks^ 1(1 inttiil, wmnl, Monr, (or wNMl iMuka ikMia ust OtMIME PLASnC WOOD II-- Jt-- nt ka ^^MUB^M ^I Deep Down RELIEF FOR ASTHMATICS Vwi talw OM or t«w ditp bftalhi o( ItM toolhlnc iMdicaitd (umti of Or. R. ScMII- mwin't ASIHMkOOM MMl tOMoMlMl It toM Ithe iMilcl ASTHMAOOM brtn|t provtd rtlltf aoily lo ttouuodt wlftrliis Irom broncMal atliMM tymplom*. Avallabit VMtym^'* In powdar, cigarollt or pipt mti form. •HV tl-lry ll-noMy back II II deoM'l halp yoa, !••) ANYTHING ! ORA-FIX holds dentures fast- all day! Utt On OtNlwi Ommm, \m • •TTBII. . . by MOKISBON Lef s hope—but let's face facts! I el's hoiK thai when your bright young M>n rcuchcM IX I H:' II (K uii- mitlcJ to the college of his choice. liui lei's face ihc fact that there may Iv no room for him in any college. Applications alone will doiihU- by 1967. Colleges simply will nol l>c able lo accept uildiiional thousiinds of capable youngsters . . . unless sonK- Ihing is done, quickly and decisively, lo rena-dy this situation. Help the college of your choice now! T* liiww lh« yraacnt criaia eWotttwe ymt •Mrf v«wr cMlalrwn, wriM far " TIM CiMiiit DMT ," HtONHI iOUCATION, ••M M, TiiiMa H Urn., Naw YM«I M, N.V. I'libliihrtl us ii iniblir xervice in rooit- rnilion uilh The Advvrlininf (loitncit. FABULOUS, NKW 5-Ft Long Balloons T«rist toto a TiMUitf StafMl fiiaArFU-OACNSNUNe»-P*«> alAII Klaa* OallaM KM<laa •rawaa-Mpa. Tael Alaad V fMt laaa artMa lallaiaa. eaHaaai IkU ItM aiaally itfl aa la ZIf aaali. iMirf aatv tl m»mi Ptaa »U eaa«aea ead MMNae far NC la a varlatv of aev aalarti Saeelv llaMfae at «Mt lew prlaa. a* araar «a«ar«l taH HOW far •UAIAH- TUB MOMrr Numv. MONIV IACI MAIANHI. FKiE Complala lattrvctioai. MUmiAV MILL NOUS! . I>a»». Mia-R P. O. loi Ml, •oMtpafa. lone IKaad, Na» Vork Mil loMto! Jane McHenry Heie's an ice-breaker game that'.s difTcrent. Make a neckl.icc for each guest from a piece of ribbon with a little dime-store bpll hanging on it. Put one around the neck of each arrival and warn them that during the party, if they answer anyone with a no, or use the word know, they must hand over their ribbon to that person. Eventually, one or two people seem to collect all the ribbons! You can either call ofT the game and award them the prizes, or permit the losers to try to get back their bells by catching the winners with a no, or a know in conversation. Teen-agers, and even grownups, can enjoy this! unior WHAT ANIMAL is IT? Ruth Dixon Look at the way this gay friendly animal spreads out hi.s legs when he .starts to leap down from high tree branches to those lower! He draws out the loose skin between his front and back legs and forms a sort of parachute or sail. With this he "goes through the air with the greatest of ease" and can cover from 50 to 100 feet in a single leap! What is his name? These small furry animals arc rodents and can gnaw. Some live in Asia and Europe but there are two kinds in the United States. With their three or four children they build a leafy nest in a hollow tree, storing their Winter pantry with pine cones, nuts, and grain. They like to eat leaf buds, too, and sometimes, sorry to say, they eat birds' eggs and baby birds. All have bu.shy tails about as long as their slender bodies, which they whisk about as they chatter noisily. Many are quite ca.sy to tame. THIS ANIMAL IS A MY NAME IS STREET ZONE --- STATE- MY NEWSPAPER IS JVGE_ CITY_ Rul«t for Contest Gues.s the animal's name and color the picture neatly in its true colors. Send within one week to Ruth Dixon, Junior Treasure Chest, Family Weekly, P.O. Box 7740, Chicago 77. III. Be sure to .send your name, age, and address with your page. Prizes will be awarded to two boys and two girls for the be.st entries. Try your luck! You may be a winner. loiter of The Ckil4rea'* Hoar 1. What does a cat have that no other animal has? 2. What is the best day for making doughnuts? 3. Why is a dog biting his tail like a good housewife? 4. Why are weary boys like automobiles? An«w«r«: 'paji) ^^MX 'I* :)39iu spua 3i)eui XoMX 'S :(XBp-X.ij) Aepuj z :sua»!5i i Kittios Ann Oovidow QRA From the alphabet let's take A funny picture that will show Three little kitties in a row. 12 famiiv MTrriclv. July 2C. ltS»

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