PageS - INDEPENDENT 11 f yVL ' ffS ' ' f INDEPENDENT i Fcae9 I ; j . ! Juvenile Fashions for Fall i - i W - Ik' vi When crisp fall winds start blowing, mother must begin to think of cool-tim- e,' school-ti- m fashions for her youngster. One thing to remember when you outfit your youngster is th down-to-eart- h truth to the old saying that "boys will be boys." This means they want to dress and look like all of their friends. Children just don't want to be "different" that's for grown-ups. Indeed, their need to feel ' "one of the gang" is a vital part cf growing up. But mother buys her young-ster's clothes with other thingi in mind. After all, she pays the bill and has to care for them. So she is looking for outfits that are budget-price- d, well-mad- e, easy to care for and, above all, practical ani able to take the rough-and-tumb- le wear boys give them. Here is a selection of popu-lar, new-for-fa- ll fashions that fill the bill both ways. Junior vlll like them because they are exciting and make him like one of the fellows, and mother will find they meet her own exacting standards. You'll be pleased with Kantone's smartly fetyled car coat with button on hood (above), for the all-wo- ol, quilted lining pro-vides extra warmth with-out bulk. Natty wooden j toggle buttons on the front and cuffs give this satin-fchecn-fini- ftti coat distinc-tive eje-appea- l. In char-coal, navy, red or tan. And for the tay-at-ho-toddler there are bright new fall fashions, , too. He'll be both comfort-abl-e and appealing in thi three-piec- e corduroy creep-alon-g suit (below), up-to- -j Ihe-minu- te styled. Pearl! buttons and an embroider-ed pup trim the jacket front, and the pants coma with suspenders, elastic waist front and tfoubto clasp crotch. The et has a matching helmet to prevent Jack Frost from nipping at ten-der ears. The outfits come In light or royal blue, brouTi, maize or red, and they are fully washable. For that dresed-up- , scrubbecT-tiehind-t- he -- ears look, Junior provdly sports his own Santone Ivy League styled single-breaste- d suit (above), so much lika Dad's. Made of specially-treate- d, crease resistant rayon and ace-tate, the suit features a two-toutto- n, single breasted, fully lined coat with authentic Ivy League narrow shoulders and lapels. The self belt trousers have elastic sides. In either dark grey with blue stripes, or light tan with blue, Junior will swagger along beside Dad, proudly try-ing to match his stride. New Telephone Talks' 1000 17PM Bell Telephone Laboraties have a device which will enable busi-ness machines to "talk" directly with one another at a speed of about 1,000 words a minute. Printed material could thus be sent over lines like those used for telephone purposes, but at a speed sixteen times that of con ventional teletypewriter systems. Information is placed on mag-netic tape by an electronic com-puter, electric typewriter or other machine. In contrast to holes punched in paper tape used in ma-ny other automatic machines, let-ters, numbers or symbols are placed on the magnetic tape in the form of magnetized spots. The chief advantage of magnetic tape is that its speed is easily adapted to match the speed with which the signals can be sent over telephone I wires. It also has the advantage of quiet operation. After its preparation, the tapej 3uiipeuj aqj ojui payasui uairj si! The person on the "sending" end talks by telephone with the person on the "receiving" end to notify him that the message is to be transmitted. The recipient turns on a receiver mechanism and the sender then starts transmission. An automatic signal indicates when the taped message is com-pleted. The person on the receiv-ing end removes the tape from the machine and inserts it in the office machine for decoding. On an electric typewriter, for exam-ple, the mechanism could be ar-ranged to type out the message automatically from the magnetic tape. This would be set for the speed of the typewriter and could be at a faster speed than a typist could attain. The present laboratory models are about the size of office type-writers. If they were engineered for maximum compactness, by us-ing transistors they could be made considerably smaller. Because of its great speed,' the equipment uses the information-handlin- g capacity of telephone circuits with high efficiency. In many instances, there is no ur-gency requiring that a message !be sent at 1,000 instead of 100 words per minute. But, for a giv-en amount of information, the ma-chine reduces drastically the am-lou- nt of time the telephone line would need to be used. The efficiency of many present business machines is limited by the relatively slow methods of sending the information from one machine to another. With the data subset this transportation hurdle is overcome and a transmission system will be available to meet 'the rapid pace set by electronic data processing. 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Regularly priced at -- BB KITCHEN ATTIC ROOM Q BASEMENT ROOM $6.25 gallon. Njf Mf GARAGE OADD-A-ROO- M Q ROOFING OR SIDING Nqw , I D Wmr ' TRI-STAT- E Name S?OISES Address I.! - IN THSS AHEA lcity Sto,e I i 1 DELTA NEPHI SUGAR HOUSE ( LAYTON OGDEN TOOELE (IUDCjCDQ G0O M,DVAI.E price TREMONTON SAif LAKE CITY im East 21gt South-SUG- AR HOUSE Sine SON'S OAK Corrected The Easy Way RE BUILD SOIL Summer's sun and soakings wreak havoc with soil, so rebuild for winter with "FERVILRITE" which is made from a natural-forme- d organic humus, highly mineralized, with added soil sul-- t phur, nitrogen, and other plant foods. It neu-- I tralizesthe alkalinity of the soil, releasing the j natural phosphorous and potash. It's nature's ! own plant food. j Apply NOW Lasts 'til Spring j O For: t Truck --plants ass. pMlM j oma way una chops .. J Resists vynBwiTiiiniiiiiiis.y" Disease V 'fliyX$J aixd Pests ' V-j-y tor sale at iMidvaie 2-l- b. bag Skaggs Drug ffeHoYDrug 80-l- b. bag '3 Announcing the Opening of the COX EMPLOYMENT SERVICE (a new service in Sugar House) to be opened Tuesday, Sept. 3rd 1233 Wilmington Avenue We handle all classifications of employment. (List with us . . . Let us fill your Employment Needs) ETHEL COX, Manager ''" COX EMPLOYMENT SERVICE . 1233 Wilmington Ave HU5-234- 0 NEW PROTECTION FOR RINGS Almost a million and a hal brides will go to the Utar in th United States this yea . More tha: one-thi- rd will be tee mor than half of them will have ha engagements of less than si months duration and less than . Quarter will have been engaged fo i year or longer. Next to Junt the most popular wedding uronth 'will be September and December, This data comes from a study o U. S. r arriages over the pas leeade. But no statistics exist o: the vst number of brides wh will lose their wedding or engage mcnt rings within the first yep" marriage. Some., rings b.4p of ivhen the fingers get wet; others removed by their wearers becaus ;hey have become tight, are mis aid and lost. Skilled jewelry designers hav it last come to the aid of the mod iin bride with a ring, created b; Columbia Diamond Rings of Ne fork, which need never be remove 'rom the finger, nor can it slip ofl Two self-adjustin- g "Tru-F- it spring units, deftly concealed un ler the diamond, expand and con ract to conform to the natura shape of the finger. If your diet ng or cold weather slims your fin cers, the ring will still be hel gently, yet snugly, in perfect posi ion by the expanding springs. N iced to remove the ring either. Fo. lish washing, house-cleanin- g o. ports, the self-adjusti- ng spring: ;eep it secure and comfortable un ler every condition of wear. Th icw "Tru-Fit- " Rings end the an loyance of twisting and turning 00, and keep the diamond attrac ively centered on the finger wher t was meant to Lo.