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PROBLEMS OF THE YdUNG- HOUSEWIFE
Furnishing' of the Kitchen Ex
perienced Housekeeper Recog
nizes Importance Enough to
Correlate the Value of Other
Rooms To It
The kitqhen may not be, the
heart of the home, but it is cer
tainly the mos,t vital organ .of.-an
sash curtains , should be onthe e
windows,, so that little light will 3
be lost. The sash curtains shouldb
be washable and easily slipped
from the rods. , " .tf
1 If possible, the kitchen furnish
ings should be white. Its -very
cleanliness is an incentive toward
keeping it spotless. o
A Handy Corner for Things You Need Constantly
establishment. Poets haVe im
' mortajized the.cheery kitchens of
Scotland and New England.
The bride just choosing her
home should follow this example.
"Consider the kitchen" is the first
principle of domsetic economy.
The kitchen should- 6e bright.
The lightest possible window
shades and the thinnest practical
' If the bride is going intoHeiv
own home, she will probably have,
the opoprturiity ohaving Jhe
kitchen woodwork finished in
white"enamelr or washable whfte
paint. If this is not feasible, she, '
should Jiave as much as, possible1
of -the 'domfestic appurtenances in
the white. . ' '
A gasv range will be found' Bet- x