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Woman's home companion
Vol. LXIV, No. 6 (1937)

Blake, Dorothy
Looking backward,   pp. 140-[141] PDF (1.4 MB)


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ACTIVE AMERICA
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TREATMENTS IN RED CROSS SHOES
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place. No one ever enters our living-room
without remarking on its beauty and originality."
So wrote Mrs. Reid, who sent in the original of the
sampler shown on the Opening Page this month.
No longer any need of framing your marriage cer-
tificate, girls! Embroider it instead and let the
groom share in the hanging. "The woman makes
the home," they say, but if you take my advice
you'll start right out asking him to help put up the
pictures and the curtain rods.
YOU can see that imagination is running high
in this June number. Take that fascinating
short shortcake story on pages Ir6 to IIS, suggest-
ing a little curry powder or sage or grated orange
rind right in the biscuit dough. As easy as that, say
Nell Nichols and her college girl consultants to
make something entirely different and appealing.
Miss Hamill carries the same spirit into her pages
and shows us asparagus servers that may also be
meat platters, mayonnaise bowls that become
flower holders-all by a simple turn of the wrist.
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