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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Novelties to Crochet. It's Good News That Irish Linen In Pineapple Design Is Coming Into Its Own Again 732 By CHERIE NICHOLAS LIKE to crochet the pineapple design? Here's a group of small pieces--just right for a gift ---each made of odds and ends of cotton. ~t $ Novelties you'll love--crocheted basket, handkerchief case, sachet, pincushions, edging and corner. Pattern 7.~2 contains directions. Due to an unusually large demand and current war conditions, slightly more time Is required in filling orders for a few of the most popular pattern numbers. Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. 564 W. Randolph St. chicago 80, Ill. Enclose 16 cents for Pattern NO Name Address I Although rubber is ordinarily considered non- conductive, B. F. Goodrich has perfected an electrically conductive rub- ber used in the form of a "shoe" for de-icing airplane propellers. Bathing suits that won't get wet even when the wearer goes in swimming are a good possibility. The waterproof bathing suits ore coated with B. F. Goodrich Koroseo|. "Bullet-proof" tires are so designed that a punctured tire can be run for 40 miles before it is ruined. Almost every modern weapon has some rubber in it. CHEERIO! Hear the good news! Shipments of Irish linen are gradually being resumed. Irish lin- en, 6 strategic material, has been helping to win the European war. Now that it has come to a victori- ous end, more linens will be released for civilian wear. The strength, lightness and de- pendability of linen haye made it an indispensable war material. Para. troopers have drifted down from their chutes by the lightest and strongest linen harnesses made. Linen canvas which does not stretch when soaked with rain has protected precious supplies dumped on the beachheads of France. Miles of strong linen thread have sewed the thousands and thousands of shoes that went marching to Berlin. This war demand explains why no one. store in the United States has been able to secure sufficient quantities of Irish linen yardage, handkerchiefs table damasks, towels, sheets and so on to fill their customers' require- merits. One thing that is certain, how- ever, is that notwithstanding this long period of watchful waiting, the can consumer has not lost her enthusiasm for Irish linens or her appreciation of their beauty and peerless durability. Among the most attractive costumes seen on the beach this summer is the sunback dress with its accompanying bolero, both made of Irish linen in the smart fashion shown to the left. Carried Qut in the sun's favorite yellow, the dress is distinguished by a V-halter neckline and a flattering cuff effect across the bustline. The brief matching bolero makes possible a career for this smart sun- worshiper. Frocks tailored of pure white linen are also the last word in smart summer fashions. When it comes to dazzling white accessories such as fashion decrees for this summer, snowy linen plays it~ most thrilling role. Even the spotless white bag you will need to complete your collection of white accessories presents no difficulty. Just make a slipcover of washable white Irish linen for the dark bag you bought earlier in the season and the problem of keeping your bag im- maculately elean and white looking is solved. The girl to the right in the picture did just that adding a touch that tells in way of a hand- embroidered initial. Women 'who have a yen for ex- quisite frost-white lingerie accents have become intrigued this summer with the idea of "make it yourself" collars, jabots, gilets and other neck wear "lovelies" for which they use the daintiest and finest Irish linen handkerchiefs they can find. News dispatches from Ireland report that increasing quantities of linen hand. kerchiefs are being shipped to the United States this summer. For a ladylike look that will add class to a career girl's simple day- time dress or suit, handkerchiefs with clip-cord borders and hand- rolled hems work up beautifully. You'll need only one hanky to make a saw-tooth collar to wear with a V-neck dress as pictured in the right inset. Just cut into quar- ters and lay the corners in over- lapping points. Finish the cut edge that fits into the neckline with a nar- row binding. For softly feminine styles one should be very "choosy" in select. ing handkerchiefs that have reached the ultimate in matter of exquisitely sheer Irish linen ahd choice needle- work. You will take utmost pride m wearing a gilet made of two hand- kerchiefs as shown in the inset above to the center. One of the lovely Irish linen handkerchiefs is cut in half diagonally across. The bordered edges are joined together part of the way up to make the front of the gilet, being left free the rest of the way to open back into revers. The other handkerchief is used for a most flat- tering butterfly-wing jabot. Released by Western Newspaper Union. DEODORilnT CREiI --isn't sttff os stickyl Soft--it spreads like face cream. ---is actually soothingl Use right after shaving--will not Irritate. -- has light,pleasant scent.No sickly tmaell to cling to fingers or clothing. --will not spoil delicate fabdct~ Yet tests in the tropics--made by nurses --prove that Yodora protects under try- ing conditions. In tubes or lore, 10,2Sc, 60 . McKesson & Ro~E.'m~ Inc 8ddgep~t, Com. Do you suffer from MONTHLY will, its weak, ~md ~H~s? If funcUon~l ~erlodic disturtbt~e~ make you feel n~rvous, tired, res~, at such times---try th~ great medicine --LycUa E. ~'$ Vegetable Gem- pound to relieve such symptoms.Tak.en egularly--lt helps build up resistance s~m~s~ such distress. ~ s grandt tongo, Follow label cflrec~ons. Button Glamor Buttons here, buttons there and buttons everywhere is a fashion ges- ture that persists in the summer mode. Attractive buttons impart drama to this charming coat dress made of a pastel spun rayon. These are two-tone buttons patterned as a shaggy flower with their petals tipped in lighter shade. ~aese hand- some button originals are feather- light in weight and come in all the new costume colors. For those who make their Own clothes, these hand- some buttons are just the thing to add a touch of distinction. *I It's Clever to Have A Number of Boleros One of the outstanding fashion highlights this summer is the cun- ning separate bolero that you can slip on at a moment's notice. A bo- lero of pink linen worn with your slender black or navy basic dress will look charming. A bolero is ever so easy to make. You can buy just a remnant of linen or gabardine or allover eyelet, and with a good pat- tern you can seam up a simple bo- lero in just a short time. Pretty, too, and ever so useful is a little bolero fashioned of black, navy or white eyelet. Finishing off with an inch-wide border or binding of plain material gives an expert dressmak- er touch. It's nice to have a white pique bolero on hand either eyelet. ed or of the waffle type. This will go with most any of your summer dresses. You will find that you can stretch your wardrobe to do double if you have a collection of colorful boleros on hand. They are just the thing for vacation trips too, when you don't wane tb take too much. Gabardine Separates For Mixing and Matching Sports separates made of gabar. dine in such delectable colors as sea. foam, water rose, magnolia petal, olive green, black and navy are find- ing ready sale. You'll be wanting several of these beautiful separates to mix and match as you please. Items included in the .group are slacks, skirts, beach coats and tai- lored shorts. ] SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS Graceful Side-Button Princess 1273 12-20 Princess Frock SIDE-BUTTON princess frock with slim, graceful lines. Soft ruffling edges the pretty square neckline, side closing and pocket flaps. Make it in a bright checked fabric or frosty white, and add a huge flower applique in a contrast- ing color. VOU can make your mistakes Xsteppingstones to success. But when you begin blaming other people for them, you re a failure. The man who is afraid to be- gin isn'~ any better than the quitter. A doctor has issued a warning against over-enthusiastic sun bath- ing, It's just basking for trouble. It is generally the case that the first screw to get loose in a person's hgad is the one that controls the tongue. The rest of your days de- pends upon the rest of your nights. Prejudice is being down on something you are not up on. Pattern No. 1273 Is designed for sizes 12, 14. 16, 18 and 20. Size 14, short sleeves requires 3t,~ yards of 35 or 39-inch ma- terial; ~,~ yard for flower applique. Due to an unusually large demand an~ current war conditions, slightly more time is required ~n tilling orders for a few of the most popular pattern numbers. Send your order to: SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DE~T. ] 530 South Wells St. Chicago ] Enclose 25 cents in coins for eachl pattern desired. Pattern No. .Size Nam~ Address S Presidential Succession Until 1886, a law provided tha~ when the presidency of the United States was left vacant by one who had succeeded to it from the vice presidency, the office was to be as- sumed temporarily by the presi- dent of the senate for the sole pur- pose of.ordering a new election, says Co]lier's. Since,1886, when a new law ex- tended the succession to cabinet members beginning with the sec- retary of state, three Presidents have been in a position to name their successor in case of their death--Theodore Roosevelt, Coo- lidge and Truman. i0.6 of cases showed clinical improve- meat after only 10 days treatment with scieatific test. SORETONE Made by McKesson & Rebbln$ Snid with m0ay bsck parantee 50 and $1.00 "The ,rains Are 8m. Fends" .! ~. ~ Kellogg's Rice Krlsples equal the whole ripe grain in nearly all the protective food elemeat~ declared AMERICANS hgve yet to win the battle of rubber. The time when new tires will be plentiful is not in sight. Thus, your present tires are more precious than ever. You can safeguard them by having them recapped by the Firestone Factory. Method. It's the same method that is used to retread tires for our armed forces --tires for trucks, passenger cars, ambulances and airplanes. Highly,trained craftsmen will inspect and repair your worn tires, then apply the best tread rubber available. And you can have the famous ,Firestone tread designs the Champion Gear,Grip for passenger cars, the Ground Grip for tractors, and the Transport for trucks. Call your nearest Firestone Dealer Store or Firestone Store today and have your tires checked. It will save you trouble and money later. 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