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Montana farmer-stockman. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1947-1993, December 15, 1949, Image 18

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Neat Shirtwaist Dress
Right, No. 8525 —Tailored and trim for the
larger figure. Sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48.
50 and 52. Size 38, short sleeve, 4 % yards of
39-inch material.
Below, No. 8506 —This handsome daytimer
is so youthful and pretty. Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18
and 20. Size 14, short sleeve, 4% yards of 39
inch material.

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Right, No. 8118 —Easy sew
ing for the beginner are these
cute clothes for tiny toddlers.
Sizes 6 months, 1, 2 and 3
years. Size 1, dress, 1% yards
of 35 or 39 inch; romper, %
yard; slip and panties, 1%
yards.
Below, No. 5018 — Destined
to be an heirloom piece—a
colorful quilt. The wings of
these graceful butterflies are
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appliqued on squares,
the antennae embroidered as
the squares are completed.
Use scraps you've been sav
ing.
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Right, No. 8532— Handy cover-all apron to
brighten your kitchen work. So simple to
put together, you'll make several! Sizes 14,
16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 16, 2% yards of 35
inch.
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8532
Patterns 25 cents each
The fall and winter FASHION is filled
with sewing information for every home
dressmaker—special designs, fashion tips—
free pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents.
Send pattern orders direct to Chicago! The address is Montana Farmer
Stockman. Pattern Bureau. 530 South Wells Street. Chicago. Ill. 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 t*
Great Falls as that will only delay delivery of patterns to you.
Story and Play Time
Dear Boys and Girls,
I am so excited, and I am sure you
will be too, when you read the letter I
just received. Here it is;
North Pole
Nov. 16, 1949
Dear Aunt Sally:
Every year I get so many wonder
ful letters from children all over the
country, and I can't find time to
answer of them. So could you please
do me a favor?
Could you send
this letter on to |
the boys and I
girls who read I
Montana Farm- I
er-St o c k m a n? "
I can ' answer a
That
lot of letters all at once. My,
but we are busy. The letters are
already pouring in, and Mrs. Santa
keeps busy reading them to me
while I work in my workshop. She
has a big black book in which she
lists your names and the things you
want. We try hard not to make
mistakes but occasionally we do, so
way
if your stocking doesn't have exact
ly what you ordered in it, remember
that old Santa is a mighty busy man.
My helpers are just flying about,
painting and putting things together.
Each one has his special job, and
it's amazing to see how fast a doll
is finished or a wagon put together.
But I guess you boys and girls are
lucky that they can work so fast,
otherwise we would never get our
orders filled in time.
My reindeer are getting in trim
for their long trip. They are fat and
when I feed
them, they say,
one day less, today!" You see, they
get as much fun out of our yearly
visits as I do.
The most exciting time comes
when I get into the sled crammed
full of the many things you boys
and girls have ordered. Then I shout
to the reindeer and away we sail.
I've heard a lot of talk about how
fast a jet plane can fly but land
sakes, my reindeer and I have been
flying faster than it can for years
and thinking nothing about it. We
know most of the stars by name and
call to them as we pass. And they
twinkle and wink and shout "Merry
Christmas."
We have had some rather excit
ing experiences on our round the
world trips. Once, Dasher, who was
in the lead with Prancer, misjudged
a roof top when we came down in
a fog and landed smack in a chim
ney. I had a terrible time getting
him out. We made such a racket
that I was afraid we would awaken
the family but I guess they were
heavy sleepers.
Now while I have such a fine
chance, I want to say something to
those boys and girls who don't think
Santa can get down a chimney. I
have a secret way of setting into
any place no matter how small but
I wouldn't dare tell it, because some
one would surely get into trouble.
Excuse me a moment. I'll be right
back
Oh dear, I must go. Happy tells
me that the doll machine has broken
down again. I'm afraid I will have
to order another one next year. So
Merry Christmas, everyone, and re
member that giving is just as impor
tant as getting.
Well, Santa, it's
Good-bye now,
SANTA CLAUS and AUNT SALLY
29 %
Save
AS MUCH AS
ON FALL and WINTER
FLIGHTS TO EUROPE
Or
SAIL to EUROPE
REDUCED WINTER RATES
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
and
1950 SAILING DATES
Announced
BOOK NOW
Write or Wire
DAVIS TRAVEL
AGENCY
Lobby, First National Bank Bldg.
St. Paul, Minnesota
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Fish
Frozen
GUARANTEED FRESH
/'from OUR FISHERIES DAILY
Packed in NEW SP/u/t/l&l ffatn double
\ insulated boxes with enough dry ice to keep the
til they arc delivered to you.
\ fish FROZEN
■■
( DRESSED AND HEADLESS FISH
Northern Pike, Flounders, Herring. Ocean Pika
and Rockfish . . . Ten pounds of each kind in
special shipping box.
I
50 lb*.
l v 100 lb*. (double of each kind)
FISH STEAKS
Sliced from large fancy fish. Contains LakeSupe- \
rior Trout, Halibut, King Salmon. Steaking Cod *
i and Rockfish. Packed 5 lbs. of each in cartons. 1
lbs.$12.00
$10.00 t
19.00 j
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BONED FISH FILLETS
/ Walleyed Pike. Northern .Pike, Haddock, Sea
Perch and Finnan Haddte.
Packed 5 pounds of each kind in cartons.
.. $11.75
\ 25 lbs
A- SMOKED FISH — Ready to Eat
I Packed in IQ-pound cartons: \
\ whluTfi,h $4.25 s.. m „ n $6.50 !
^ Northern AA
J Whitefish
Eels . . • $5*00
FREE with every order from this ad . . . Our i
New and Different Cook Book, "Fish Recipe« »
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. Order a fast EXPRESS shipment of these
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SAM JOHNSON & SON'S
FISHERIES, INC
Wholesale Fishermen Since 1 89 7
DULUTH 2, MINNESOTA
DOCK 4,
FISH
FRESH FROZEN QUALITY GUARANTEED
100 lbs. 50 lbs. 25 lbs.
.$ 8.50 $ 4.50 $ 2.50
. 13.00
Blue'iu Herring
Northern Pike
Baby Pike, dressed, bdls. 20.00
No. 1 Walleyed Pike .... 25.00
Halibut, hdls., dressed .. 35.00
Salmon, hdls., dressed .. 34.50
Sablefish. hdls.. dressed 22.50
Whitefish No. 1, dressed 28.50
11.50
Large Texas Shrimp .... 70.00
Perch, scaled, dressed, hdls.35.50
Prepared Luteflsk, fancy 19.50
B.75
, Ml
10.50
12.75
17.75
17.50
5 50
8. >0
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9.00
1.50
6.00
14.50
7 50
Green Bay Smelt
6.00
35.25
18.00
10.00
18.00
5.25
Cello Wrapped, Frozen, Boneless Fillets
100 lbs. 50 lbs. 20 lbs.
$14.00
14.00
16.00
16.00
19.50
26.00
Rosefish Fillets
Codfish Fillets .
Haddock Fillets
$27.50
27.50
31.50
Northern Pike Fillets ... 31.50
38.50
Walleyed Pike Fillets .. 51.50
Salt Lake Herring
Salt Norway Herring..,, 16.50
Salt Mixed Holland
Herring ."...
Salt Holland Milker
Herring .
$ 5.80
5 80
4
6 60
B.60
Baby Pike Fillets
B.00
10.60
16.00
9.10
Ï 90
9 ■
4.10
8.25 3.80
15.40
16.50
Salt Mackerel Fillets ... 27.50
Canned Oil Sardines. Case 100
Canned Mustard Sardines, case 100
Prince Olav Sardines, case 100 cans .... 22.50
14.00
Smoked Salmon Chunks, 10 Ih. carton .... 5.40
Smoked Bin ef Ins. 10 lb. carton
Smoked Flat Lake Chubs. 10 1b. carton... 4.50
Smoked Sable Chunks, 5 lb. carton . 2.35
MS
6.20
14.75
.$11.00
. 9.00
King Oscar Sardines, case 50 cans
2.15
Write for complete price list of «1! varieties
JOHNSON FISH COMPANY, INC.
Box 44, Green Bay, Wisconsin
When you advertise in MONTANA
reach
FARMER - STOCKMAN
you
more than 31.000 farm families.

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