You can save money on gasoline
To discover the relationship between your driving habits and your gasoline mileage, Better Homes & Gardens sponsored road tests by the Highway Traffic Safety Center of Michigan State University.Read Article
How to build a deckRead Article
What goes into good home improvement?
I guess every family thinks continually about doing something to their home. Not just reshuffling furniture, but gaining room by building on, finishing an attic, converting a garage, or knocking out a wall.Read Article
Artificial respiration--know the two best methods
Sometime this summer you may face the terrifying moment when you can save the life of a drowning victim if you are prepared to do it. The old prone-pressure method of artificial respiration has been replaced by either the backpressure and arm-life technique or the mouth-to-mouth.Read Article
Ideas that make your money go a long wayRead Article
WHY CAN'T WE LIVE FOREVER?
Death is regarded as the inevitable end result of living. No man can live forever is the assumption, and the history of mankind supports its validity.Read Article
Noted designer revamps tiny city plotRead Article
This terrace is a champion!Read Article
Do you really need a large house?
This month's Five Star Home answers "No!" if halls, twists, bends, and corners are turned into living space you can useRead Article
Lilies are simply beautiful!Read Article
A house that's fun for children . . . and parents too!
Children have a way of believing that parents do everything just for them. The four bouncy blonds in the James Jenson family are no exception. They know their Stillwater, Minnesota, home was built as a funhouse for them and all their pals. Dr. and Mrs. Jenson live there, cook the food, and turn out lights at night.Read Article
Cool off with tall, sparkling drinksRead Article
Money for your recipesRead Article
Personal help in planning, decorating and furnishing YOUR home
Look for this Better Homes & Gardens "Home Planning Center" seal when you're looking for ideas to help make your home more comfortable and attractive. It identifies leading stores who feature personal counsel on home planning, decorating, and furnishings problems.Read Article
When you make it RAINRead Article
THE MAN NEXT DOOR
"There are two types of neighbors I do not like-- those with children and those with dogs." Old Miss Sporeton's remark reminds me that there are two types of neighbors I do not like-- those who do not like neighbors with children and those who do not like neighbors with dogs.Read Article