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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Building Tomorrow on the Home Front

Page: 6

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Building Tomorrow on the Home Front

IF ALL youthful ambitions were accomplished, the world would be full of locomotive engineers, ship captains, and policemen. Little girls would possess homes, when they grew up, as full of children as was the shoe that the old lady lived in.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: If You're Needed in a War Plant, Mother . . .

Pages: 9, 59, 60, 61

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If You're Needed in a War Plant, Mother . . .

Excerpt from the statement of policy of the War Manpower Commission:

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: TAKE CARE OF YOUR Awnings

Page: 10

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TAKE CARE OF YOUR Awnings

IF YOUR HOME is equipped with awnings, you're fortunate. They are decorative and highly practical, too, because they keep the house cool and well-ventilated, and eliminate fading of draperies, carpets, and upholstery. But just because you have them, don't crowd your luck. Awnings are made of highly critical materials-- both the fabric and the frame. Replacements are uncertain. So to be sure that you will enjoy yours for the duration, you'll have to take extra care to prolong the life of those awnings.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Garden in a Basket

Pages: 12, 14

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Garden in a Basket

IF YOU want your garden in a hurry, garden in a basket. Hanging or wall baskets in the right niches enhance patios or porches immeasurably.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Yankee Kitchens GO ON THE Production Line

Pages: 17, 64, 65, 66

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Yankee Kitchens GO ON THE Production Line

EVERY week-day morning Mary Keehan gets up at six o'clock. After straightening up the house and getting her three lively youngsters off to school, she sits down at her table by the kitchen range and starts weaving grips-- ingenious little devices used to hold lengths of telephone cables together. Swiftly her fingers fly hour after hour.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Mother Eisenhower TALKS ABOUT Her Most Famous Son

Pages: 18, 19, 85, 86

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Mother Eisenhower TALKS ABOUT Her Most Famous Son

"I HAD no girls, and we had a lot of work to do, so of course the boys had to help." This simple statement by Mrs. David Eisenhower, mother of America's astute, hard-fighting general, touches on much more than appears on the surface.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Dehydrating and salting turn your garden today into dinner next winter . . .

Pages: 20, 21, 86, 87, 88, 89

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Dehydrating and salting turn your garden today into dinner next winter . . .

YOUR great-grandmother knew what she was about when she tacked an old sheet on the woodshed roof and over it spread layers of sweet corn to dry. She knew how good that dried corn would taste, come winter and a scarcity of vegetables.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Salting

Pages: 21, 22, 23

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Salting

ANOTHER way to keep part of that victory garden until next winter is to salt it down.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Plant for Storage

Pages: 22, 23

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Plant for Storage

IF YOU'RE a good provider, there's still time to plant carrots, beets, cabbage, turnips, rutabagas, Chinese Cabbage, squash, and pumpkins and get them to the right size for successful storage in your own basement. French Endive and winter radishes, too. They're not essential but full of tangy bite and a welcome addition to winter salads.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: No Nice Terrace Goes Bare

Pages: 24, 25

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No Nice Terrace Goes Bare

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: FULL OF COLOR With a Cozy, Lived-in Look

Pages: 26, 27

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FULL OF COLOR With a Cozy, Lived-in Look

TOUGH luck if priorities have frozen your dream home for the duration. But don't let that stump you. Borrow an inspiration from young Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miles, of Bel Air, California. They simply put the cart before the horse and collected their furnishings while they waited in an apartment for their home to come true!

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: PAINT IT TO KEEP IT

Pages: 28, 29, 82, 83

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PAINT IT TO KEEP IT

GOING to brush shining new color coats on your fresh-air furniture this summer? Good! You've three sound reasons for it. "Paint it to keep it" has always been a mighty good motto.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Live Outdoors This Summer

Pages: 30, 31

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Live Outdoors This Summer

YOU'RE not jumping in the car this summer and whisking self and family off to the Gaspé or Mexico, D.F. You're probably not jamming yourselves into a crowded train to get to some cool vacation spot. Very likely you're staying home.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Tomorrow We'll Go Places

Pages: 32, 33, 70, 71, 72

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Tomorrow We'll Go Places

"FOR our vacation this year," you're saying, "let's take the overnight plane to London. Then maybe try the helicopter tour of the Alps and fly home by way of Lisbon."

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Room Inspirations

Page: 34

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Room Inspirations

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Dad--Here Are the Vitamins and Minerals You Grow in Your Garden

Page: 40

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Dad--Here Are the Vitamins and Minerals You Grow in Your Garden

BET YOU don't know what a health bank you're growing as you hoe up and down those vegetable rows. There really are vitamins and minerals galore in that garden of yours-- that's no garden sass.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: How to Figure a Formula

Pages: 42, 83, 84

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How to Figure a Formula

LET'S HOPE this doesn't happen in your town. But I've just heard of a good-sized Western city where a general practitioner has served notice on his obstetrical cases that he'll deliver their babies, but won't be able to do anything for the little lads and lassies from then on.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Cheese Treats, Berry Finales

Pages: 52, 53

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Cheese Treats, Berry Finales

"A HAM'S tag end is a best seller when Cheese Bake's the big come-on!" That's the good word from AliceG. Olson, of Red Wing, Minnesota, top-flight winner in our Cooks' Contest for Cheese Treats and Berry Finales, set rolling last November. Her $5 winner (page 49) bakes ground ham and big fluffs of grated cheese to golden perfection atop bread slices.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: THE DIARY

Pages: 56, 58, 73, 74

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THE DIARY

Home from humble chores I'm doing in behalf of the general welfare, and Donald met me at the railroad station this morning at 6:30. It had stormed twice while I was gone and, alas, broken one large upright branch from our Chinese Elm east of the house. It must be sawed out.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Your House . . . Keep It Up

Page: 62

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Your House . . . Keep It Up

The pool of warm air overhead in the dining-room rushes out the kitchen door because this door is higher than the arched opening. It would be difficult to heighten the arch and would probably ruin its appearance. Instead, install a small register over the arch so it's higher than the top of the kitchen door.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: The Man Next Door

Pages: 67, 68, 69

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The Man Next Door

After a few years' experience as a householder a man can detect an accident about to happen when he walks into a room. Without looking for it, he sees something wrong, like an ink bottle on the mantel or a glass of tomato juice on the piano.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Barbecue Handies

Page: 75

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Barbecue Handies

Trek the works! Here's your rolling canteen, your floor show. Wheel it to your outdoor fireplace, then to the table; it has a 34 x 22" top. Fun for playroom, porch, or lawn snack. Folds away; about $16.75 in stores. Dillingham Mfg. Co., Sheboygan, Wis.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: Timely Sprays Save Crops

Pages: 76, 78

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Timely Sprays Save Crops

MANY different insects either make their appearance in June, or become susceptible to control measures then.

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: How to Use Roses

Pages: 80, 84

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How to Use Roses

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Better Homes & Gardens June 1943 Magazine Article: It's News to Me!

Page: 90

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It's News to Me!

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