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THE PAGE SIX ii. TIMES-NEW- Thursday, November 9, 1939 NEPHI, UTAH S, "in - nil ft ATTERN AAA4A EPARTMENT AAAiAAAAtiiiAiAAAA WELL BWNV yiHATS WAV MliD - EAJT VbU MEAN r WTO W VEH LAHGUAfiE-- DEjA UrAMMAR FREAKS IS AlLUS MAKIN FUN OF DE WAY ITALKS fmT XfA IT ) AN' W AWSC fiOV.CWER f pIvdTS" ,V CJOOF VOL) I V-,- -. "WE FREAKS ARE PRNING- - J V - SOMPW' HKE . mT.JJJ j 39-in- ggTOEM- AH& DICTION ?!" SmbTpaT'S ( AII - ALL jacket-blous- EAKS PLAlM ! "l lil" P)ZA PINTO TAKEN TO X-R- LABORATORY --An Expensive Work of Art f I IS THE jacket-blous- &ENNV,VOUGO 0-K- J I 54-in- ch ByEDWHtLLAH BIG TOP FOR . rfrtou VgF"iF h W JL GTT Ti 7fr A 7? A ij J oThp i t. ,iIcp VA-- S -- V- i l THE DOCTORS WHAT do S S M OH. DEAR.V CSrO - the will have THE TONSILS 1 1 look to pictures SHOW? very Ff II If the five- - fl DIAGNOSE THEM AS I fj hundred DOLLAR EXPENSIVE! DETERMINE fabric, with long sleeves. With short sleeves, 4 yards; yard contrasting for collar. 1825 is designed for sizes 8, No. Size 10 10, 12, 14 and 16 years. mate7 requires 1 yard of e with long rial for sleeves; lVz yards for skirt; Vt j& yard for contrasting collar and material cuffs; 1V2 yards 2 yards to to line line skirt. Si New Fall Pattern Book. A Special extra! Send today for your new Fall Pattern Book with a stunning selection of a hundred perfect patterns for all shapes and sizes. Save money and know the keen satisfaction of personally 1 planned, perfectly fitted garments by making your own frocks with these smart, carefully cut designs. You can't go wrong every patsew tern includes a chart to guide beginners. Price of Pattern Book, 15 cents. Send your order to The Sewing Circle Pattern Dept., 149 New Montgomery Ave., San Francises; Calif. Patterns 15 cents (in coins) new and EXTREMELY ANbecoming dress fashionveryis each. (Bell Syndicate WNU Service.) yours in pattern No. 1848. It has the smart double swing skirt, is cut on a true princess line that whittles down your waist, and offers a choice of two necklines CORN one with a tailored collar, the collarless. and Also, other high you can make it with long or short sleeves. The row of buttons down is no confection so wide- the front is very Victorian there- 'TpHERE and universally liked as used ly fore much in fashion. Velveteen, corn. It is a perennial iceat crepe, wool broadcloth and pop at almost any social func faille are smart materials for this. breaker tion. Here is a recipe that is sure for Girls. to be enjoyed: Sports in If there's a lively school-giHoney Pop Corn Balls your family, who loves to roller 1 cup honey 14 teaspoonful cream and ice skate 1 of tartar generally cup sugar skate, 1 tablespoon butter frolic around outdoors, you can ii cup water 4 quarts pop corn make her feel very happy and look very cute, by means of No. Boil honey, sugar, and water 1825. If'.s an excellent style for with cream of tartar until it turns the classroom, too. Has a very brittle when tested in cold water. full skirt, a nipped-i- n jacket Add butter. Mix with warm pop blouse, and it's finished with cuffs corn and shape into balls. and becoming little collar. Velveteen, wool plaid, corduroy and Foibles Tax Us blanket wool are good fabrics for We are taxed twice as much by this. our idleness, three times as much The Patterns. No. 1848 is designed for sizes 12, by our pride, and four times as Size 14 much by our folly. Benjamin 14, 16, 18, 20 and 40. Franklin. requires 4 yards of 36 or I step-by-st- RUBEB I THINK WE SHOULD J e; 1 I I g THE ADENOIDS ado ten Should cent i THE double per BILL ON ACCOUNT V V J POP Two-Piec- er rl 'i: XTeT --n ' s-- By C. M. PAYNE Okay, Resume the War! S'MATTER POP Too Mudp dJ MESCAL IKE 'illL I LL LIS & Ek( Si- 39-in- ch - the To Them That Hath bt s. i huntley SteJ ' VLM &OT NOT?. - COD "" - ST BASEBALL- -ASWSJI MET BALL -- ffifTl DURM K1IGH VWLLED ONJE OT TM' f PHR. VOW. jTJf " " AUT SUM KvDS MO LXSE 'gr SEVEKI AM' WE AINfT &yc EOT OiOEj-rfC- SI "Xill, Lolly w&f5( JS?a3 Gs DRiwe WITH IVOO BET OWE HAKJOCANl Freshening Qi r.K WWY DON'T VOU LIME- - WELL,, FANCY HAVING TO CLIMB OVER ROP&gjO IT I -- t AOPt,Ejy - ir ri ' M i CLOTHESPIN NOSE Sensational exttm help for colds with Luden'i! Thesa famous cough drops not only help soothe throat, but release si menthol vapor which, with every breath, helps penetrate clogged na- - Mildew Removing Mildew. may be successfully removed by using kerosene. Saturate the gar ment with it thoroughly, roll it up and put it away for 24 hours. Wash in warm suds and all trace of mildew will be gone. "clotbespm noser' LUDEN'S t0'; 5rH 1J Manthol Cough Drops , . K 1 -- Th If your famserve stewed prunes, apricots, fresh berries, applesauce, fruit juices and fresh fruits. A whole week can be covered without repetition. Variety in Fruits. ily likes variety, Removing Candle Grease. To remove candle grease from black suede shoes, take a piece ol brown paper, cover the candle grease with it, then hold a warm iron over it. The spot will soon be absorbed. WHEN VOU WANT TO SIT i DOWN Peeling Squash. Squash may Celery - By J. MILLAR WATT Too Much Effort Celery. mmm Renin vin- Scorch. To remove scorch from linen place between two darrmened Turkish towels and press with a hot iron. The scorch and stains will' go into the towel can be easily washed out. ' THJ have") POP HOUSE which has become wilted may be be easily peeled if it is first put freshened by standing in a jug of into the oven and thoroughly water to which a pinch of bicar- warmed. bonate of soda has been added. DC .AM Items of Interest to the Housewife AROUND In. BpII SvndlcnW. 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