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Duncanville Daily News (Newspaper) - September 02, 1973, Duncanville, TexasA f a h a a Page 4, daily news Sui id sap Toner 8,1973 Polly s pointers Minum action Tipsy Polly Cramer q���4polly a a writing about Marie s problem set Tiff m herbs me. We had this Phy amp i m even year i ii Kwh it Down with the Hose by Ila Tinl at . Use a pail of water with a Tergo it m a Ribeth after this it is hosed Down i and Ionics Lille Nel Tajra Litls i Learned that there to a minor Imlig an tide Inmei i Tai on tie eve for siding put a Honses. Mole Hottes hive a harder finish and the following letter win answer the Anes tion for those living in Mobile Sumes. Polly Pear Polly and Marie trailer is Cov fed with pm a siding and the manual that came with.4t says the Illow a Fri quot protect your Home irom minor Scran ibes caused Rit and grime by cleaning and waxing a Early. Use a i Del rent plus a Little ammonia Cleaburg. Rinse Well r was hug. The finish is Sim iliac to that on an automobile Anat uld be cared for the same Way. Caution do not use naptha or gasoline to remove tar. Such solvents May soften the finish. Do not Wax your Home until at least a month after Purce. If you live near the seashore Wax every few Mon i but elsewhere once or twice a year Demild be Jolene f it to .1 Polly s problem Dewill Polly a f do Hope someone can Tell me jew remove the blood from whole chickens bought in packages in food stores. A Mary a dear Polly my pet Peeve concerns Flannelette blankets that Are made to fit the Beds when they Are new but after the first washing have shrunk so badly that they Are too Small. It seems this material could be shrunk before the blankets were made and then they would stay Large enough to tuck in under the mattress. I do Hope the manufacturers of such products will do something about this. A mrs. G. B. A a. Dear Polly i am an Art Hric. To simplify bought i the problems associated with such a condition a a Inch Dowel stick about 38 inches Long. In one end i screwed a brass Hook that has the end Bent at a right Angle like those used for Sash curtain rods. For several years i have been using this for All sorts of pickup jobs and Foi reaching objects on the backs of shelves to Brinsf them within reach. I first thought of this when i needed something to straighten out the backs j Lityn a shoes that Bent when them s5� on. I cannot stoop and a Long shoe bom would not Alice l. Dear Polly when cleaning Wiit Dows it is hard in get All the dirt out of fhe Comers of the of hooves where the storm windows fit. I hit on the idea of Cotton tipped of stick. The a a just the right size to fit i these grooves. Newspaper Enterprise a8sn. Mrs. Ronnie Mcketh. No a Patty Vick you will receive a Dollar u Pouy Wetyk or Favoriti teme Manhig idea. Pet Peeve Polly s problem or Solit Mii t6,� problem. Write Polly la of re of this news Ber. A re teachers feted by Church s Young people puffy Jovick becomes Bride of Ronnie Mckethan their Way of saying quot thank you quot to All the teachers of their Ible cles 4 the Duncanville of of Chrisl Center at wat aut. Was when t he Yong people cooked and served dinner thursday night in the Church s Fellowship room. Reid Lancaster youth min Isler and his wife directed the project which has become an annual affair at the local Church. The speaker was Charles Hodge of fort Worth who will conduct a revival at the Church sept. 9-12. Bennie Haddock served As master of ceremonies. He express Sci gratitude to All the teachers and assistants for their Loyal work through the year in their rapidly growing Bible carpets 314 n. Main 298-5076 open Mon. Fri. sat. 10-4 Afton 6 . Call 2�8>4ia7 see Usfo a your carpet needs. Miss Patty to viol be pie the Bride of Ronnie lift Mckethan saturday evening sept. 1, in Grace lutheran Church in Oak Cliff. The Rev. Harold Wayne Jacobsmeyer pastor per formed the double ring ceremony in a candlelight setting. The Bride is the a a lighter of and. Paul al Ander or. Of 326 Blossom. Or and mrs. A a. Mckethan of 130 w. Ohio Dallas Are parents of the Groom. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. Her attendants were mrs. Mary o Neall maid of Honor and mrs. Marlynr Massey brides maid miss Vickie Reynolds was Flower girl. Gary Beisert was Best Man and Mickey Vilt a the Groc tis Man. Jone Ailt Lian Tommy Andrews were mesh ers. A reception was held at the Church immediately after the ceremony. The couple will make tir Home at Dallas after wedding trip to Houston Panther chatter by i an of believe that can really get ten piece i double Bubble gum in Mouth and still have room five More Heritz Boyd a. Of her for congratulations mrs. Effim Mons. Teacher of the Maikhe sept. Fat. Annuals can be picked up a sept. 4 in the annual Rotaj. Spate glue punches fail iii Porter. Teutsch Kilb a a a poster party at birth Lowboy s House 1410 Hill Lane this Mondall everyone is invited. We re behind you All the Way. Thought for the week be More concerned with your character than with your reputation because your character is what you really Are while your reputation is merely what others think of you. Jow Fott Lect of Mew Hap le65 this Kertman a a 5f 2f.2�11hands can be Crafty Byga Pauley up women s editor new York it up How Crafty can your hands be they can be Crafty enough to spend 920 hours making a quilt into a work of tapestry or Bedspread although the hands that stitched the quilt Are arthritic. They can be Crafty enough to carve an Apple so that when it s dried it wrinkles into a facial likeness and becomes the head of an unusual doll. They can be Crafty enough to Crochet Fisherman s twine into place Mats handbags and hammocks. They can turn out handsome Patchwork pillows. And All the skills of those hands combined can turn within one year a non business with More than 100 women who need the Cash recycling skills inherited through generations. Behind the whole project is a slip of a girl 26-year-old Vicki Lynn Crowe a native of new Germany . Outlet organized miss Crowe organized and Heads up Suttles and sea winds ltd., the collective outlet for handicrafts created by the women from the Village of new a a Many from Vancook Island and surrounding areas id the Canadian province. The Suttles part of the name comes from the old Nova Scotlan word for rags and leftovers. Miss Crowe the daughter of a country doctor attended the University of Nova Scotia and studied at the new York school of Interior design. While an assistant editor of Interior design for american Home Magazine in new York she Learned of the successful cottage Industry operation of Mountain artisans inc., a Center in Charleston mrs. Jay Sharon pm Lefeyer is Active with artisans pushing Sale of handicrafts from sections of Appalachia. Quot we did t have a Sharon Rockefeller quot miss Crowe said in an interview. Quot but we had a lot of women willing to sew samples for free to show buyers in the United states and Canada what we could their first Success was with Abercrombie amp Fitch the prestigious new York store. Two of the company executives visited Suttles and sea winds hastily acquired showroom. �?�30,000 order they placed an order for $30,000 Worth of the various merchandise. Then the provincial government in Nova Scotia became interested to the extent of advising Suttles on business organization and operation. The project gets no governmental financial Aid however. Now the crafts Are Selling in several outlets and Suttles is being asked to exhibit at Craft shows and stores in both Canada. A Nowr ii Iyer Iby your Chatzi Milr Jef Nin Wret for listing go monday. Sept. 3 a Host Lions Community House of Jaycee ettes 7 30 . Tuesday sept. 4city Council Council 4 Oil . Bass anglers Armstrong Park 8 .wednesday sept Kiwa gift la Roth Louw 6 30 . Thursday sept. 6 Jaycees Council amp courts 7ii9 Dyson Board meeting Armstrong Park. Friday sept. 7 noon Lions enl cafeteria 12 00", monday sept 10 school Board school admin jul bulding 7 30 . Young homemakers of text 1 theater room 7 30 . Tuesday sept. 11 City plan commission cd courts 7 30 . I wednesday sept. 12 kiwanis Barton House rest 6 30 . Thursday sept 13 chamber of Commerce Borj membership meeting enl cafeteria. Friday. Sept. 14 noon Lions enl cafeteria i2fl0i monday. Sept 17 Host Lions Community ,7 tuesday sept. 18city Council Council amp Courti wednesday. Sept. 19 kiwanis Barton i restaurant 6 30 . Thursday sept. 20fca breakfast Barton j restaurant 7 . Jaycees Council amp courts 7 j0 Friday. Sept. 21 Book review club mrs. 1114 Green Valley noon Lions enl cafeteria 12 00i tuesday sept. 25city plan commission coup courts 7 30 . Wednesday sept. 26kiwanis Barton restaurant 6 30 . Friday sept. 28 noon Lions enl cafeteria 12 00i patterns and needlework a favorite Lacy knit / you a Dolce of be gut to $4.00 belts Reg $5.00 ladies polyester shorts a a a a shorts regular $5 00 or. Denim shorts $8� 00 mens no it Iton casual Slacks Junior pm Liam Miasma my half Sia. Croup Imron croup in r�.t�$4&00 1198�>25. I0 m>.t�s7jr. Jeans�3.88 Tennis dresses amp a a a Rte ii hot pants a Onmi Ittis Robin re a 3.� cd. S.98 Afija a mount it mt.lbt4.� 100% Palyash som priv Ntah Simi 61� 44
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