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October 25, 1962     The Billings County Pioneer
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October 25, 1962

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER FIGURING IN THE RACE- Hope Lange's coveralls don't really cover all as a rear view reveaL in Le Mans, France. The low- back racing costume was designed for her as the "richest girl in the world" in the movie 'he Grand Duke and Mr. Pimm. n (H. A., Blsmarckl I have heard there is a home recipe for shampoo which works as well as more expensive prep- arations. Liquid detergent is one of the ingredients. I read about it somewhere and cannot now recall where I read it or what the ingredients were. If any reader recalls seeing something on this, I would certainly ap- preciate knowing about it. CASUALNESS. EASE MAKE NEW SPORTSWEAR Sportswear this year, says Wo- men's Wear Daily, has a look best described as "pure" sports- wear, freely combining beauti- fully made separates, plain sweaters, with that casualness and ease that is thought of the world over as "American." The peg for the look is a turtle-necked jersey, borrowed from skiers who wear this cot- ton knit style under sweaters, parkas, shirts. Variations on this theme have invaded the sweater market. All look especially good under the perennial ubiquitous "riding" jacket. Riding clothes, in general, have made the biggest impression on fashion thinking. From hacking jacket to hunt coat to high boots and to frontier pants, from Eng- lish style to Western dude ranch, the mark on fall sportswear is undeniable. Stock shirts, rat- catchers, ascot and scarf ties fill out a classic picture. Skirts, often with matchbox detailing, are receiving more at- tention than they have in years. Women's Wear Daily's fashion editors find that graded pleats, side flares, all are important, along with a revival of that old favorite, the accordian pleated skirt. But most significant of all in an ultra-tailored season is the return of the dirndl. Full shaped and worn with a fitted top, and sometimes a wide belt, it heralds a return to prettiness. Hipsters continue into fall in both pants and skirts. Stretch woolens look important for hips- lung pants, often utilizing hori- zontal stretch for comfort. With these: long tuck-in shirts and sweaters. The hip-slung skirt looks strong for fall often in flannel with colorful, detachable suspenders which also can be worn on pants. Real shirts make a comeback in fall lines. Classic types with convertible, tab or vutton-down collars create news in men's wear shirtings such as tattersall checks, pin stripes and checked, herringbone and striped oxfords. ._. POTI,IGHTING STILL NUMBER ONE VIOLATION The use of a spotlight in tak- ing wildlife at night is the num- ber one game law violation in North Dakoa, anvounced H. H. Spitzer, enforcement chief for the Game and Fish department. Year after year, spotlighting wildlife holds the number one spot on the list of game law violations. During the past year 84 people were cenvicted of il- legally using an artificial light while hunting deer or rabbits at night. "It is against state law to use an artificial light in tak- ing any wildlife species, except racoon," Spitzer reminded. "And for racoon, nothing larger than a two-cell flash}ight may be used," he added. Second on the Hst of violations was the unlawful taking of fish, for which 65 anglers paid the penalty. Rounding out the top five violations, in order, were 3) unlawful hunting of water- fowl 52, (4) unlawful hunting of big game 50, and (5) unlawful hunting of upland game birds. The total number of violators convicted last year was thesec - ond highest on recerd, topped only by the 1949 season. Viola- tions last year ranged all the way from spotlighting wildlife falsifying license applications to littering recreation areas and operating a boat while intoxi- cateted. "Game law violators are ac- tually stealing from, or cheating, the law abiding license buying sportsman," Spitzer said. "You'll be doing yourself a favor if you report all violations immediate- ly," he emphasized. --I::]--- SHAPE IS INGREDIENT FOR FALL, WINTER FURS Silhouettes are forging ahead to put furs in ,the forefront of fall's "shaped cycle," detailing tops in the dressmaker class as furs act more and more like fab- rics. Shape is supreme in every sphere, according to Women's Wear Daily -- shape handled to take on as many moods as suit the individual, shape in the nat- ural state, shape that marks the waistline high, low or middling, shape that takes it easy or goes into a real fit, shape as the basic ingredient for sllm and full. Borders band up to build a new case for fur on fur, borders that flash back memories of turn of the century and World War I elegance. Borders are stationed at neck and hemlines, as deel as 12 inches or as narrow as one. Belts encircle and tie up furs at every turn. Belts are part of the coat scheme to relax into a young mood, a mood that also relies on buttons to close up the new fashion deal with a firm hand. / NEW RULE IN NEW GUINEA -- Acting Dutch Governor Hein Veldkmap (left) and acting United Nations Administrator Jose Holz-Bennett sit under umbrellas during takeover cere- monies in Hollandia, New Guinea. The Dutch territory is being administered by the United Nations prior to its being given to Indonesia on May 1st. Dr. Sudjarwo Tjondronegoro, former delegate to the United Nations, will function as the Indonesian liaisol. until Indonesia is handed eor)trol. ofe:trritor.. , POPE PRAYS AT SHRINE--Pope John XXIII prays in front of the Holy Shrine at Loreto, Italy, for the success of the Ecumenical Council as a vast crowd cheered and wept. It was the first instance in a century that a Pope had traveled by train. Vatican sources said the Pope may be planning to visit Sotto I1 Monte, his northern Italian birthplace, and Venice, Operated by Nelda Franson T',. Readers' Party Line, form- eriy lhe Trading Post, operates as m exchange of ideas between readers, l is conducted entirely through the mail. Questions and an:wers may be addressed to: Reader's Party Line, Box 90, Bismarck. ,, $ * MOLDY CHEESE? {Mrs. C. A. . of Bismarck) Can any of your readers tell me how to keep cheese from getting moldy? I have tried spout will prevent it from drip- ping. I would like to know how to take mildew from clothing. Thanks. FATTIGMAND (Mrs. W. F., Mandan) I tasted a different kind of Scand,inayian doughnut called 'fattigmand' that I wish someone woutd send in the recipe for. POEM IDENTIFIED wrapping it in aluminum foil. and transparent wrapping, but it still does not keep well. Thank you. HANDY HINT AND QIfESTION (Mrs. V. L., Bismarck) A little bit of butter rubbed on the end of the cream pitcher Mrs. N. J., Bismarck) I am glad you are starting up a reader's exchange column again. I would be grateful if someone could supply fhe poem in which these lines are found, also the author: "I have promis- es to keep, and miles to go be- fore Z sleep." Thank you. SHAM]POO Lone Ranger 0000__CC4 , 0  0 5LUG 7"HRE:$ 7"/--=" MA,.."ED" MAN/,"M// ,! ..:.:!!::" 77Y /dAY Rf TU,N /,4"IOP'" ' ! CAMP 7"0 P/N 5TRY'AM. /2# - 7"0 RDVILL 7"0 O01d j /07" P/OUS. / ;"t/fY"R /,4/7"0 A 7"H'R. YOM:r By Fran Striker