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/ THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER xx, EMULSION YEAR-ROUND TONIC Gay Hostess Aprons Of One Yard or Less 964 A GAY apron adds glamour to your role as hostess. These aprons take little material. Color- ful embroidery that a youngster would love to do. You can make*these*aprons* from one pattern. Pattern 964 has transfer pattern of an 8~,~ by ll~,h and two 3~,~, by 5-inch motifs; directions. Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, IlL Enclose 16 cents tor Pattern NO, Name Address WHEN CONSTIPATiON.makes you fe~ punk its the dickens, bn~p on ~om~ upset, eom" taste, g~ discomfozt, take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine pun mards" and help you tea m' gn umu chipper again. rim. c~5 l, the won ae~t na laxative contained in good eln uyrup ]Pepein to make it so easy to take. MaNY DOCTOM$ ule pel~ia FePcr~ tiens in prescriptions to m~e, cal- cine more pelatable gun a~reetme m take. So be sure yo.ur iazauve m con- tained in Syrup Pepsin. 0NsIST ON DR. CALDWELL'$--the fa- vorite of millions for 50 years, and .feel that wholesome relief from constilm- ~oa. Even finicky clfildren love it. AUlrlON: Use only as directed. SENNA lAXATIVE .o o. /ltl PEPSIN | ~1 ~) Older people I If you haven't the | ~ stamina you should--because | ~ your diet lacks the natural A&D M~,-"m~#~ Vitamins and energy-building, n ~l~v~, natural oils you need--you'll find | ]i ~ good-tasting Scott's Emulsion | ~t ~ (~helps build stamina, eme~gy and ~ll I~ resistance to colds. See this | ~[~ ~ wonderful difference--buy I ~'~ Scott's at your druggist's todayl COLDS' LOCAL CONGESTION --of children quickly soothed ~ by Penetro--Grandma's old- ~.~.~ //me mutton suetidea developed t:~ by modern science into a coun-~-~n~ tot-irritant, vaporising malve.f~ Only 25~, double size 35~. 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Send $1.50 of the Mviss~sslppi (81.65 West) for ~ostDatd carton of 10 packs to: IL L SWATH TOBACO0 COMPANY, INO. st, Kathleen Norris Says: Learning to Forgive Bell Syndicate,--WNU Features. "He looks with curiosity, annoyance, and even ]ealousy while you care [or his son." By KATHLEEN NORRIS UR soldiers are going to need a great many things, when they come back from the battlefronts. One of these is forgiveness. "Forgive them?" you say indignantly. "What on earth hav we to forgive them! Our heroes, who have faced dan- gers, homesickness, seasick- ness, boredom, wounds, cold and heat, epidemics and in- sects and fatigue--and you say 'forgive them?' "Why," cry the mothers and wives of America, "we're going to give them the most royal welcome re- turning boys ever had; we're plan- ning meals that will build up those hospital-wasted bodies and those limbs thinned in jungle heat! They are going to be lords of the earth when they come home!" And just the same I say, "For- give them." Forgive them their bitterness -- their scorn. They'll look at the prettiness and safety of home life with weary contemptuous eyes. It's doggoned important, is it? --that wedding announcements are en- graved rather than printed? We've got to have parsley on that, have we, Ma? It broke up Betty's life that I forgot that that fool girl tele- phoned her. did it? They Hope to Shock You. Forgive them their politics. They won't know what they think, but they'll be positive wtth criticisms, opinions, discussion of socialism, communism, labor rights, rights of ex-servicemen, and they will take great pains to say what ~they hope will shock you. Nothing will be sacred to them--in conversation at least--and if you hold for the pres- ervation of marriage ties, they'll ar- gue for license and free love. Forgive them their strangeness. You're accustomed to the daily home events. You love the baby so much--having loved him all those months for both father and mother --that the trouble that is a baby is no trouble to you. With Tom it's dif- ferent. He looks on with curiosity, annoyance, and even jealousy while you care for his son. Do you have to run upstairs every time the kid yips? Does he always smear him- self up that way at meals? Can't we leave him with a neighbor one week-end and go off for one of our old good times? You'll have ~ for- give him that. Forgive them their uselessness. To some of them this terrible experi- ment of war has come just at the wrong time. It's hard to go~ back into college, it's harder still to get into employment for which they're not fitted. They will drift. The ~ig boy just out of uniform will come down late to breakfast--and little sister will look questioningly at you. Is she supposed to hang around until 10 o'clock to cook eggs for Billy? You will suggest to him that he might like to see Uncle Joe about going into the paper mill, or Cousin Roger about a job at the hotel. He will nod, his mouth full of your good waffles, but he won't go to see either. A spring has been broken in his young fine make-up, and it may be months before that spring is re- READJUSTMENT TO PEACE Wives, mothers and friends of returning veterans find that the young men they used to know and love have come back strangely di~erent. They are bitter and cynical often. They are unsettled, difficult, touchy. They w~mt to be shocking in ideas, attitudes and speech, in many cases. They are diffieuh to live with. Many won't fit into any job. They just sit around the house, morose and dull, or else tire- somely garrulous. Going back to school under the G. 1. Bill o] Rights doesn't look attrac- tive to many men. There just doesn't seem to be anything they really want to dO. Some have gnawing con. sciences about incidents while they were away. Maybe they got involved in some black market deal. A number have been unJaithful to their wives while enduring the loneliness and misery ot war in distant lands. All this, Miss Norris says, must be ]orgiven. These men have "survived terrible expert. ences, particularly horrible to young, impressionable soldiers. built, and he is geared to normal home life again. Recovery Is Slow. Forgive him, you mothers of wounded boys, his hypochrondia. He's been hurt, patched, bandaged, he's been in splints or on crutches; his young blood and young courage and young strength has been drained away from him, and he can't regain what he has lost in a hurry. He'll be fretful, talk symp- toms, bore you all with his phyical history. Not for long, but until he gets on his feet, in nerves and mind and soul and body again. And finally, some of you wives for- give him that he put someone else in your place, for awhile. In loneli- ness and distance men need women for comfort, and when any friendly, attractive woman is near, home seems very far away. When he comes back to you, and perhaps blurts out his regret and his sur- prise at what he did, forgive him then. It is part of the total world ruin of war that so many wives find it impossible to forgive this one thing. But it isn't the worst offense a tired, lonely, hungry, despair. ing man ever committed. Cruelty and injustice and abuse of power--- these crimes leave deep scars. But reaching out wearily for companion- ship and, affection, when the home affection and companionship for which he longs is not accessible, this is some thing to be forgiven--and forgotten. As we forgive those who trespass against us, we all are to be forgiven some day. Lay up in the spiritual banks for yourself an emergency fund of divine forgiveness. They are bitter and cynical FOOD NEEDS STILL LARGE Large quantities of food are still needed, despite the happy changes in the war situation. Recent re- ductions in government require- ments for canned vegetables will permit civilians to have 10,000,000 more cases from the 1945 pack than was formerly planned, but total food requirements are so high that civil- ians will get about 10 per cent less canned vegetables than from the 1944 pack. There has also been a downward revision in the set aside of canned fruit and fruit juices. Baby Doll With Set of Clothes WHAT little girl wouldn't love this adorable baby doll with a complete set of clothes? She can dress and undress it to her heart's content. The baby doll, coat and bonnet, dress and panties are included in the pattern. Comes in one size, 15 inches. See pattern for individual yardages. Due to an unusually large demand and current conditions, slightly more time is required in filling orders for a few of the most popular pattern numbers. Send your order to: SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. 530 South Wells St. Chicago Enclose 25 cents in coi~s for each pattern desired. Pattern No. Size----- Name Address- A scarred linoleum floor may be rejuvenated by giving it a dark base coat of paint and following this with a spatter effect with paint of two or three other colors that harmonize with the room. @ Air your shoes every time you take them off and keep them in a closet where there is plenty of air. Keeps them from cracking, Give them a rest now and then too. Dip that new brush in hot soapy water before use. Don't rinse. Hang downward until dry. Result? A healthful and rugged old age for the brush. O--- Food spilled in the refrigerator should be wiped up at once. Wait and the acid may eat the porcelain glaze. Salt sometimes curdles milk, so in making milk sauces, porridge, and the like, add the salt last. 4 4 4 4 Flavor Millions/ Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you nearly all /~ ~--~"~F'~ [~l the protective food elements of the whole [ ~1 ~'1 r~ Jr [~:.~ your car your tr, Farm folVs know you can't trust winter weather. You have to be prepared for blizzards at any time. Highways that are clear today may bc dangerous skidways tomorrow with fresh fallen snow hiding treacherous patches of ice. That's why WEED TIRE CHAINS are found on millions of farm cars and trucks. This would be a bad winter in which to lose the use of your car or truck through a skid crash, for new vehicles are still scarce. So are new tires and good recaps. Better look after your tire chains right away. For when your wheels spin in snow or on ice, the heat quickly damages your tires. Repair serviceable used chains and, if you need new ones, tell your CHAIN dealer at once. WEED AMERICAN When Tires Grip In Business for Your SaJet2 7 Just dissolve Fast Rising Dry Yeast according to directions on the package, It's ready for action in a few minutes. MAKES DELICIOUS BREAD IN JUST A FEW HOURS! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-- easy to use, extra-fast Fleisch- mann's Fast Rising Dry Yeast gives you bread with the old-lash. ioned home-baked flavor your men-folks love--in a few hours! And you can bake any time--- no being "caught short" withou~ ~?east in, the house--no worry about spoiling dough with weak yeast. Fast Rising Fleischmann's stays full strength for weeks on your pantry shelf--as potent as fast-acting as the day you bought it. Get Fast Rising Fleischmann's from your grocer. Always keep a supply handy!