National Geographic : 1915 Dec
ITH youngsters growing bigger every minute and flannels shrinking smaller every washday, woolen under-garments soon feel anything but comfortable to the tender skins and active bodies. These garments, however, can be kept to their original size and shape if -- ' washed according to the following suggestions: 1st-Use warm water of the same temperature throughout the washing and rinsing. 2nd-Cleanse by drawing the garment through the hands and by working it up . and down in the suds. . S 3rd-Make the suds with Ivory Soap paste. (See directions inside wrapper.) This method avoids rubbing and extremes of temperature, both of which make shrink. And, most important, the use of the mild, pure, neutral Ivory Soap k suds free from alkali which not only shrinks woolens but makes them rough, uncomfortable. IVORY SOAP. ... o99 F Factories at Ivorydale, Ohio; PortIvory, New York; Kansas City, Kansas; Hamilton, Canada. woolens keeps the stiff and URE "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." ~'