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Date Frock for Juniors
Right. No. 8534—A crisp white yoke frames a young face prettily on a striking date frock for juniors. Sizes 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 and 18. Size 12, 414 yards of 39-inch material; I -« ] 1 I ' 91 34-48 -"■'I I r. / I / t 'i in 8534 /1 : */-; i 1-18 ' I ■ , ■ Left. No. 8391 —Casual, softly tailored two piecer for women. It features the popular gored skirt, a choice of sleeves. Sizes 34, 36. 38, 40. 42. 44, 46 and 48. Size 36, 4% yards of 39-inch material. ■■ I m « m <. Right, No. 5990 —Individual pineapple mo tifs are joined together to make this hand some crocheted chair set. Work in white or ecru cotton, and give your living room a fresh, new look. Below, No. 8494— For school or party wear —a puffed sleeve dress for girls. Note large collar, ruffled pockets. Sizes 4, 6, 8. 10, 12 and 14 years. Size 6, 2% yards of 39-inch ma terial; V4-yard contrast. .. *v'* : i M : ;V ■M : m m mm y /■ mmm AV x •*S: 5990rl « : mai flf. ' U « A \ ' ■ - V ♦ 1 ^ \ Ä*. 1« .o' [S. ! a „r || 1 ¥ - ÿ n ft* - A* Y> i if- , ■ I!' -, ï A j ,\ !• c f \ - :&■ & \ S&\ > 8494 4-14 yr*. ?< », 5 W'l & Right, No. 8250— Neat coat style pajamas to keep you cozy and warm this winter. Nice for warm weather, too, with tiny cap sleeve. Sizes 14, 16, 18. 20. 40 and 42. Size 16, long sleeves, 5 Vi yards of 35 or 39-inch material. 36, Æ' y Patterns 25 cents each Send an extra 25 cents for your copy of the fall and winter FASHION—64 pages of style, color, easy to make frocks. Free pattern printed inside the book. Send pattern orders direct to Chicago! The address is Montana Farmer Stockman, Pattern Bureau, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago. I1L This pat tern bureau in Chicago has been established in order to give you faster re turns on your orders for patterns and the style book. Do not send orders to Great Falls as that will only delay delivery of patterns to you. 8250 \:* V* •S'* 14-42 joy them very much. Panties to match dresses are occasionally a part of dress patterns, and they may be used with different dresses. Some are so large and full that for the slender child they may be used a size or two smaller than her actual years. Doll Clothes Doll clothes should be made for a favorite dolly, which is often an old and battered one. Dresses, of course, come first and may be given singly. But to really delight the heart of a little mother, a wardrobe consisting of two or three dresses, a robe, coat, and even a hat, is an ideal gift. Pillows and mattresses for doll beds may be made of feath ers saved while poultry is being cleaned or during the hunting sea son. Pillow cases may be trimmed with scraps of lace or embroidery left over from other sewing, sheets from any white material, new or used, quilts pieced from sewing scraps. Stuffed toys are another gift pos sibility for small children, the most important caution in making them being to press each seam as it is made, then trim it, and, before turn ing right side out, clip each curved seam to the sewing at intervals of about a half inch. The profession al touch is merely close attention to those simple sewing rules. Houseslipper patterns are fea tured in pattern books and maga zines, at this time of the year. The slippers are made of such materials as corduroy, or velveteen, or mate rial to match the heavier housecoats. They are sewed to purchased soles, which come in regular shoe sizes. Tablecloths, Napkins Tablecloths and napkins may be hemmed by machine, if care is taken, then finished by hand. Laun dry and clothes-pin bags are made by machine, the latter bound with contrasting bias tape. Pillowtops for favorite pillows, or the complete pillow, with a pieced top, make acceptable gifts, as do pot holders, dish towels, pillowcases. Mittens, bedjackets, sweaters, shawls, baby sacques, soakers, boot ees—there is no limit but that of time to the gifts which may be made at home for a cost ranging from a few cents to $5; and there is a great deal of personal satisfaction in cre ating a labor of love. Calories AMERICANS ARE calorie - con scious. They believe calories are "fat tening," and they try to avoid the foods they think "contain calories." Every food "contains" calories. Ac tually, calories are not food. They are a measure of food energy, just as inches are a measure of cloth. A tall, broad-shouldered person needs more inches of cloth to make a coat than does a small person. The im portant thing is to have the right number of inches of cloth to make a well-fitting garment. So it is with calories. Large or very active persons need more calories than do small or seden tary ones. Enough for one may be too little for another. The important thing is for each person to eat the kind and amount of food that pro vides enough calories for his needs. When those calories come from a combination of foods they are likely to be most enjoyable. Skillful plan ning of those food combinations is the secret of good cooking, good meals and good nutrition. — The j Wheat Flour Institute. H-H-65— SAPPMRI \ s«* ! FOt THE »USY HOMEMAKER • • • PANCAKE floor is easily made of home by sifting oil the dry ingredients together and setting it aside until needed. Milk is oW that needs to be added. ODOR in any type of refrigerator or food chest will be absorbed by a charcoal brickette kept in the box. MEAT LOAF will never fall opart, rf the bread crumbs are moistened with water instead of milk. CURTAINS When curtains ore new stitch ati around the edge with the sewing machine before they are hung. They then coo be washed and ironed like any other fiat piece, without stretching. LABORATORY techniciens in the Montono Flour Milk test every bin of wheat and every shipment of flour to make sure you get the finest flour that con be produced, •very time you buy SAPPHIRE, ^ ßT Tûwei/f^ Him f*Pf* ■ < % 9 \ 7TTTT i] >| UvWpET UmAS 5 IrTTTTni Glorious B® GIANT ly ruffled, fringed, up to 6 in,, across! Scarlet copper» rose, * r pink, mauve, and white. SPECIAL. 25c-Pkt. seeds, all colors mixed, postpaid I m for 10c. Send Dime ATLEE BURPEE CO. 659 Burpee Building;, Clinton, Iowa Y Seed Catalog FREE Save $2.00 On This Home Mixed Cough Syrup Easily Mixed. Cough medicines usually contain a large Quantity of plain syrup—a good ingredient, but one which you can easily make at home. Mix 2 cups of granulated sugar with 1 cup of water. No cooking! Or you can use corn syrup or liquid honey, instead of sugar syrup. Then get from your druggist 2Vs ounces of Plnex, pour it into a pint bottle, and fill up with your syrup. This gives you a full pint of wonderful medicine for coughs due to colds. It makes a real saving because it gives you about four times as much for your money. Never spoils, and children love It. This is actually a surprisingly effective, quick-acting cough medicine. Swiftly, you feel it taking hold. It loosens phlegm, soothes irritated membranes, makes breathing easy. Pinex is a special compound of proven ingredients, in concentrated form, a most reliable, soothing agent for throat and bronchial irritations. Money refunded. If it doesn't please you In every way. Needs No Cooking. FOR EXTRA CONVENIENCE GET NEW READY-MIXED, READY-TO USE PINEX! Write MONTANA FARMER STOCKMAN for information about LOW - COST ACCIDENT INSUR ANCE POLICY.