The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 7, 1962 · Page 27
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January 7, 1962

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 27

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RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 7, 1982 Sec. 8, Page 8 WHIRLS AND SWIRLS —A confection of a dress for the prettiest party-hopper yui know. A Claire Brooke design tiered and ruffled in silk organza with dainty cmhroidcry motifs. Only IDEAL Gives You YOUR CHOICE of f ! (1 h;i! vf''';r f'!l r Krrn-'?.-)r o'l .J ^irf '.rtrr t ?i:) f 1 c; ") ogr 7, qive you On , . • ! I" A t . '-I .f Li',' ( 'I .'• ri ) pr- I 'IT .,, ihp li.if'AL wi),' Jnct'ic's [)retly pa'ty il'. . A 'l i Irli-ol > M|II ihr f,;ri,,,- •, f ..-rnifnl, . . . IT C'uolily dry cleanin 'j i;ri:) ''iiilul l.iir.hwi-j bjih:;!'; , •.(>,••• I I \ Ihr. vv • 11 lie with Mfim''. ond Doris I.I',';.,' (ipl.'j'rl f(,r Ihp •,.:'i .i I'/ I'i'.fiM] •.ii;-rc 1 ,1 ,1 i t. (,ii, ,rtiv Slcam Fini'.hing nt f'' !i ''i| J^rri'. Bofl'tjro 1;,* i- (,ff- c r •, if Mr on,-j Mrs Jack Krcmzor, ; -i • , I irAi "on Quality or Economy IIBIY < LI 7^? i)\ WAW Dry ( !lraniM<> uiid IIuiiil I inisliin^ I'rocr*^! ill f'.r ,...,1 (,,,1 .,,,,,,.,,1. Il •,f'v ' . ', .,r,.-. K .I ,r i.j I t.'<-':jU' 'J'' : /»l';f /vr ' Vl t.jl Krjr,,J ( ,. h cjf h '_;-.;rii.(;i r ECONOMY f)rv (il<'aiiiii^ aiul Strain Finishinjj; l*ro<'c.s.s al l{<«ln<r(l Priors III,', '.rr.ifr I', n--;,)r i-J.Qiln' 'f t 'l ',iS\e V'U rivnoy r-n I-. M , (J>: V (I". I .ci "1 ' I ,1 tl'thi .... v,,th ri) •,,)(. n (i(. (• • ('.. <; '•') C 'l • 'I'rouscrs • Skirts • S\st';((iMs 7.1- fVcs, Children i Garments priced lea according lo me) Free Oty-^Vide and Rural Route Pick-up and Deli\ery • Jiicki-ts • Drt'ssfs • Suits • Coiits CLEANERS and DYERS Young Mothers' Hobbies Provide Needed Outlet By William L. MacMillan Jr. Executive Director Hobby Industry Assn. of America, Inc. When baby comes, mother automatically concentrates all of her physical and mental energy on him. She is alert to every sound and stir from the crib, and unconsciously showers all her love and attention in that direction 24 hours a day. But, to follovir the sound advice of both medical and mental health authorities, she would be doing herself and baby a genuine service by reserving time each day for herself, time out for a hobby. This should be a special part of every day, perhaps an hour during baby's nap or after he has been tucked in for the night. Since mother's hobby is something she selects because she enjoys dojng, it can become one of the most eagerly anticipated parts of her day, her personal reward for putting up with the dozens of little annoyances that could leave her unpleasant or irritable. Mother will find that while a hobby refreshes her outlook, it can yield practical and rewarding results too. If she has a yen to brighten up the living room, she can make a set of mosaic tile ash trays with candy dish and matching tile trivot for carafe; add sparkle to walls with paint-by-number scenes,; a pebble or sand painting; or provide inexpensive accesso-j ries through a toleware serv-j ing tray, planter or magazine rack. And how proud she'll be when she tells admirers she did it herself. If Dad has been feeling slightly neglected since baby arrived, the wise young mother will devote some of! her hobby time to him. He would be pleasantly surprised with a leather belt or wallet, a copper and enamel cuff link and tie-clasp set, or an offer to" help with the new scenery he wants for his model railroad layout. Mother should be sure to use hobby time to make something she wants for herself, too. There are a number of interesting accessories or jewelry pieces to try; braided belts or earrings; lovely shell pins, a hand-tooled shoulder bag or soft moccasins. Mother might devote hobby time to learning something entirely new. This could in- ing the insects that attack her favorite roses to "what weather is ail about," subjects she could have fun learning with hobby-science kits. No matter which hobby project mother decides to try, the important thing is to choose something and spend time with it regularly. Both her life and the baby's will be richer for it. Washing Rockets Daily Disneyland Job ANAHEIM, Calif. —(^) — Cleaned many mountains or washed down a few rockets lately? It's a daily job at Disneyland. The park's maintenance chief says he just rolls a fire truck up to the attractions and aims its hose at the daily collection of grime. There are also more routine tasks—waxing floors, scraping gum, washing streets, picking up paper. Even the job of cleaning up after carriage-drawing horses has a Walt Disney touch: Joe Wong, a 52-year-old comic, sings as he pushes his cart and shovel. What to Consider in Clothes for Baby Comfort in fabric, size and design is the first thing to think about when you select clothes for your baby, says Ruth Newburn Sedam in a national magazine. Soft knits are considered the most soothing fabric for next-to-the-skin clothes. They are absorbent, need no ironing, and they give comfortably as a baby moves and kicks. Don't buy baby garments with drawstrings around the neck. When the baby gets big 'enough to move about and turn over, neck strings can get pulled dangerously tight. Be sure to choose clothes which wrap around him or go over his head easily. **** PARTY DRESS— Claire Brooke does a party dress in a cotton and silk stripe with tucked bodice and white accents in the collar and the sleeveless (!) cuffs. The white belt is interestingly tucked into the front with a buttoned-on effect. NEW FALL TEACHING SCHEDULE at Hobby Horse Stables TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS FRIDAYS from 3:30 p.m. thru 9:00 p.m. SATURDAYS 9:00 a.m. thru ItOO p.m. ENROLL NOW DIAL ME 7-4769 GIFT CERTIFICATES for Riding Available HOBBY HORSE STABLES Lessons by Appointment Only! North Highway 32 Racine Dial MEIrose 7-4769 2 Blocks North of 5-Mile Rd. 1861 TAYLOR AVK. ME 2-0191 Photographed in our Bridal Scion Flowers by Miller's Sorinq Bridal Portrait Wedding gown shown, silk sheer embellished with peau d'ange lace. Headpiece starlight fashion and coronet blossoms. We invl+e you to review our lavish 1962 Spring collection of bridal gowns, designed in a variety of silhouettes, elegance in fabrics, gracefulness of styling. Attendants are draped beautifully in the shades of spring flowers. The attendants in cocktail length delicate banded skirt trim. Daisy floral headpieces. Attention Prospective Brides! The first Spring Fashion Shows will be held on Wednesday and Thursday Jan. 10 Jan. 11 at 7:45 P. M. Call ME 3-2446 for free tickets ne S Monday and Friday Open Til 9 P.M. (formerly Ruth Karnes) You will be pleased with our complete free bridal service, available to you in every detail. 411 Sixth Street Racine, Wisconsin

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