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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: HOW SHOULD YOU HANDLE CHILDREN'S MONEY NEEDS?

Page: 8

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HOW SHOULD YOU HANDLE CHILDREN'S MONEY NEEDS?

Do you have a problem getting your toddler through the grocery store without buying toys, candy, or other treats? Does your nine-year-old refuse to help with the dishes or pick up her room unless you pay her? Do you have frequent heated discussions with your teen-ager over the way he spends?

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: OUR 10 MOST POPULAR INDOOR PROJECTS

Pages: 10, 13, 14

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OUR 10 MOST POPULAR INDOOR PROJECTS

Since we began our Project Plan series a little over five years ago, we've shown a wide variety of ideas-- everything from dollhouses to carports. Our projects can be built as pictured, or may be used as a guide to help you arrive at your own solution to a particular problem.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: FAMILY SPORTS EQUIPMENT

Pages: 20, 22, 24, 26, 28

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FAMILY SPORTS EQUIPMENT

Great things are happening in the family sports equipment field. There's a constantly changing array of products and models, all designed to add new dimensions to family fun. Here we show a sampling of the equipment that may well figure in your family's recreational future.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: BLOOD BANKS--HOW DO YOU BENEFIT FROM THEM?

Page: 30

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BLOOD BANKS--HOW DO YOU BENEFIT FROM THEM?

Many of the services provided by a blood bank are comparable to the functions of a bank that deals in money: the collection, recording, storage, and distribution of a valuable basic commodity. But there's a basic difference. People who put money in the bank do so to accumulate a personal reserve they someday expect to draw on. They know they can freely take out no more than the amount they put in, plus relatively small interest. Blood bank depositors, on the other hand, hope they'll never have to make a withdrawal.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: COMBINING BUSINESS AND FAMILY TRIPS

Page: 40

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COMBINING BUSINESS AND FAMILY TRIPS

Who says you can't mix business and family travel? A trip with wife and children can be low in cost and a great boon for everyone.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: KITCHEN SPRUCE-UP ON A SHOESTRING

Page: 44

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KITCHEN SPRUCE-UP ON A SHOESTRING

How can a young couple-- short on cash, long on imagination-- solve their housing dilemma? Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vess of Pittsburgh found their answer in a bargain-priced house, old and shabby but handily located. And sturdily constructed, as they learned when they tackled their first do-it-yourself remodeling project-- the kitchen.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: Ireland

Pages: 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 108, 109, 111, 112, 114, 116, 117, 118, 120, 122, 123, 124, 125

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Ireland

In Ireland, building a grotto for the Nativity Scene becomes a family project. Children and parents take long walks in the countryside to search for colored stones, tree bark, and pieces of wood to assemble on a table. Some reproduce the setting of Bethlehem, but a local Irish landscape is more common.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: GOODIES TO GO

Page: 85

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GOODIES TO GO

... of the best ways to tell ... people you're thinking ... during the holiday ... is to send them a gift from ... kitchen. Choose the gift ... however. Christmas ... can destroy your creations if the goodies you select not good travelers.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: BUGGY ROBES

Page: 126

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BUGGY ROBES

"What's new that's old?" was the greeting recently of a collector to his antique dealer. Well, here's something new that's old: The use of handsome decorated buggy robes as wall hangings for the modern home.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: HOSTESS HOW-TO

Page: 127

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HOSTESS HOW-TO

When the hors d' oeuvres aren't made, the table isn't set, and you're only half-dressed-- but the doorbell rings anyway, what do you do? Panic? Yes, but don't let this happen to you. It's not necessary if you follow these helpful pointers.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: A HOUSE THAT LETS YOU GET AWAY FROM IT ALL

Pages: 128, 129, 130

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A HOUSE THAT LETS YOU GET AWAY FROM IT ALL

Here's an easy-going example of all the things a great vacation house should be. Look at it from any angle-- its structure, styling, and plan all work together to make your days away from home completely comfortable. It doesn't matter whether your family likes to get up early and go where the action is or prefers a lazier pace-- this house will help you do what you like.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: SHOPPING EDITOR'S CHOICE

Pages: 132, 133, 134, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 146, 147

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SHOPPING EDITOR'S CHOICE

Discover the fun and convenience of shopping by mail! You can order with complete confidence any of the items shown: each company will refund your money if you're not delighted.

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Better Homes & Gardens December 1968 Magazine Article: THE MAN NEXT DOOR

Page: 148

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THE MAN NEXT DOOR

Many of our nearby towns have Indian names. Uncle Dodd Buckner advises against translating them, since the ancient tribes in this vicinity were known for their sense of humor.

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