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PRETTY collared look-alikes are fun
to sew, fun to wear.
No. 8278 with PATT-O-RAMA is in
sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. 18, 20. Bust 31
to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, 5% yards of
35-inch; collar, % yard.
No, 8279 with PATT-ORAMA is in
sizes 4, 6. 8, 10, 12 years. Size 6, 3%
yards of 35-inch; collar, % yard. Two
To order, send 35c in coins for
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NO ONE ever has too many
blouses—make this new trio
for your own skirt wardrobe,
or to have on hand for gifts
at the holidays.
No. «262 with PATT-O
RAMA is in sizes 10, 12, 14,
16, 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size
12. 32 bust, top, 2 yards of
35-inch; center, 1%
lower, 2 yards.
This good looking shirt
waist dress that buttons down
the front. Roll-up sleeves and
a set in belt are nice fea
No. 8285 witr PATT-O
RAMA is in sizes 12%, 14%,
16%, 18%, 20%, 22%, 24%,
26%. Bust 33 to 47. Size 14%,
35 bust, 4% yards of 35-inch.
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THE POPULAR muu-muu
fashion makes simple sewing
of this yoked lounger to wear
with or without a wide belt.
Trim with ric rac if desired.
No. 8263 with PATT-O
RAMA is in sizes 9, 11, 12,
13, 14. 16. 18. Bust 30% to 38.
Size 11, 31% bust, 3% yards
A SOFTENED version of the
always - popular classic in
sizes that spell flattery for
the slightly mature figure.
No. 1384 with PHOTO
GUIDE is in sizes 34. 36. 38,
40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Bust 36 to
50. Size 36, 38 bust, 5% yards
HANDIEST kitchen aide
about — and a wonderful gift
idea. The popular cobbler
type apron to make in bright
colors. Faith thinks you'll
want to sew quite a few!
No. 1389 with PHOTO
GUIDE is in sizes small (10
12); medium (14-16); large
(18-20). Medium, 2% yards of
35 or 39-inch,
Dress patterns 35 cents each. Add 10 cents per pattern for 1st class mailing.
Don't miss the fall and winter issue of Basic FASHION, only 35 cents a copy.
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J Send 35c for each pattern wanted to: Montana Former-Stockman Pattern
■ Service, 319 W. Van Buren St., Chicago 7, Illinois.
From Amy's Desk
Mrs. HB, Hope, Idaho, would like a
crochet pattern for a whole horse, not
just a horse head, which she has. She
wants it to be used on a davenport back.
If you have such a pattern, mail it to
Amy Martin, Montana Farmer Stock
man, Great Falls, Montana.
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Mrs. AJD, Prairie county, writes that
she would like a recipe for mashed po
tato candy. Send to the above address.
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If you object to drip-drying wash-and
wear clothing as impractical, try re
ducing ironing in one of these two
1, Allow fabrics to go through com
plete washer cycle, then dry in an
automatic tumbler dryer at a medium
heat setting. When the garments are
dry, tumble without heat for about 10
minutes; remove as soon as tumbling
2. If you hang clothes to dry, use
part of the spin cycle to avoid drip
ping. To reduce wrinkling, use regular
rather than slow speed washing agita
tion on a two-speed machine. Use a
cool rinse, then take clothes from the
washer after only about a third of the
spin cycle and hang to dry,
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Never use water * or self-polishing
(water emulsion) wax on wood or cork
floors. They damage finish and may
cause swelling and discoloration. On
the other hand, never use a solvent
cleaner (naptha base as indicated by
the odor) or polishing wax on asphalt
tile and some types of rubber tile.
They soften the tile, damage the sur
face and may cause colors to run.
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The American Medical Association
warns against a danger from carboil
monoxide. The traffic police know that
many deaths from carbon monoxide
occur in the cold weather in cars. If
the gas itself doesn't kill, the resulting
crash often does. Check your exhaust,
muffler and manifold. And always
leave at least one window open slightly,
even on bitter cold days.
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Try French onion soup one of these
French Onion Soup
Slice four large onions very thin;
cook in a large skillet in butter or
margarine until golden brown. Dis
solve 6 beef bouillon cubes in € cups
water. Pour over cooked onions. Add
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, 2
teaspoons salt, Vz teaspoon paprika and
teaspoon pepper. Bring to a boil and
let simmer about 5 minutes.
EVERY HOME NEEDS an efficient
home business center. It should be in
a handy location—easy to get to, but
not in a direct traffic way so it serves
as a catch-all. Have a filing system so
papers can be put away to be found
... the grocer does not pop
all the Jolly Time Pop
Corn for himself! He's too
busy selling it! I promise
you we'll have heaping
bowls of ever-lovin', easy
eatin', tender-poppin' Jol
ly Time tonite! I promise!
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WITH chilly days just around the corner, the
young miss will be attractively snug in this soft
tam and matching muff! Easy to crochet or
knit from soft angora.
Pattern No. 2794-N has both crochet and knit
directions; material requirements: stitch illus
trations. 25 cents.
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COLORFUL ducks on the wing make an ideal
trimming for kitchen towels when combined
with the day-name in easy embroidery.
Pattern No. 2582 has color transfer; hot-iron
transfer for day-names.
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A SPARKLING set with a well known motto for
that favorite chair; This handsome design is
simple to crochet in filet lace, and nice to keep
Pattern No. 2444 has crochet directions; stitch
illustrations; filet charts.
Add 10 cents per pattern for 1st class
mailing. Don't miss the 1961 Needle
work ALBUM. 25 cents. Send to MON
TANA FARMER STOCKMAN, Pattern
Dept., 319 Van Buren St., Chicago
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