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Because she's sensible, knows she can save over 20% and get quality. In hot weather she likes to select personally her olives, pickles, canned and fresh fruit, sandwich delicacies, etc.
You will find the thrifty housewife stops at the Golden Pheasant for her noonday lunch which is right in the heart of the shopping district. She always finds our lunches and fountain dishes the best to be had, tastefully prepared by women. Often she will bring in a friend or two from out of town, just to show them what a cool, refreshing place the Golden Pheasant is. You will be proud to entertain here.GOLDEN PHEASANT
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Of course a thrifty housewife chooses a Willys-Knight, because they are distinguished in performance as well as in appearance.
Women love the effortless ease of steering and the silky smoothness of the Willys-Knight action.
No car could be easier to drive. It steers as easily as you turn your head, with all controls within easy reach. The gas consumption is exceedingly low and with no repair bills. It is a treat to drive a Willys-Knight- a car that refreshes instead of tiring you
A telephone will always be found in the home of a thrifty housewife, and if it is a large home you will find an extension phone. She will tell you that this saves her many steps during the day.
If the necessity arises during the night that you must make a phone call or answer one, an extension phone will save you a trip downstairs. It costs only a few cents a day - just telephone for one.
Long distance also is a wonderful convenience. In a few minutes an invitation can be delivered to someone miles away and a guest will attend a party who could not have been reached in time without the telephone.
Work made Easier...
and in half the Time
with the aid of a Eureka vacuum cleaner.
The thrifty housewife uses the Eureka vacuum
to clean her draperies. curtains, rugs and overstuffed furniture, making them all look bright and new.
Call us for demonstrations.
GOOD FURNITURE LINCOLN
is not a dread to this thrifty housewife. She uses a "Quicker Yet" Washer from Hall's Hardware.
She saves time with an electric machine because she can be doing other housework while a machine is doing this washing. And the average cost is only 5¢ a washing.
Hall's Hardware also sell hand and water power washing machines, along with a complete line of hardware. The thrifty housewife trades here because she gets quality and service in all things.
How does she do it? In these hurrying, busy modern days that are brimfull of duties, plans, and continuous demands of work and pleasure, how does the thrifty housewife manage to run a modern household and yet have time, money and energy left for kindness, service and courtesy outside the home?
Go round the clock with the thrifty housewife today and see for yourself how she does it. The whole secret of the thrifty housewife's magic is given away on this page today. Lincoln firms have given very practical ideas that will interest every housewife who wants to be a thrifty housewife.
"Aren't you bored?"Or
"I would be sooooo bored if I didn't work"
"We are liberated now, you don't have to do that"
Silence and the polite smile or shocked stareWell, I was mulling this over this morning and then I tried to remember the last time I was bored. I had to go back quite some time - to when I had one of those "exciting" jobs in an office to come up with an example.
If you give a Mom a muffin, She'll want a strong cup of coffee to go with it.
She'll make herself some.
Her three year old will spill the coffee.
She'll wipe it up.
Wiping the floor, she'll find dirty socks.
She'll remember she has to do laundry.
When she puts the laundry in the washer, she'll trip over boots and bump into the box of Goodwill items.
Bumping into the Goodwill items will remind her she has to get these boxes in the car and out of her basement.
When she puts the boxes in the car, she'll find a bag of groceries and this will remind her she has to cook dinner.
She will get out the chicken defrosting in the fridge.
She'll look for her cookbook (101 Things To Do With Chicken).
The cookbook will be sitting under a pile of mail.
She will see the Netflix movie she's meant to mail; the preschool bill, which is due tomorrow.
She will look for her checkbook.
The checkbook will be in her purse that is being dumped out by her one year old.
She'll smell something funny. She'll change the baby's diaper.
As she finishes up, she'll realize she brought the hand sanitizer down to the kitchen.
While she is throwing away the diaper and searching for the hand sanitizer, the phone will ring.
Her three year old will answer and hang up.
She'll remember she wants to phone a friend, not for coffee, but for a very strong drink.
Thinking of drinking will remind her that she was going to have a cup of coffee in order to stay awake for the rest of the day.
And chances are.. If she finds her cup of coffee (which she has to reheat by now), Her kids will have eaten the muffin that went with it.
A friendly, intimate, New York City boutique hotel, the Roger Smith is at the center of the New York City's most elegant hotel district.Pretty accurate - although whoever wrote that is probably from New Jersey because they lost their nerve and resorted to upper case letters for proper nouns.