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The Spokane woman. (Spokane, Wash.) 1921-1935, March 24, 1927, Image 1

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THE SPOKANE WOMAN
lllustrated Tabloid Weekly Newspaper for Inland Empire Women
Volume V., No. 40
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, MARCH 24, 1927
Mrs. A. P. Fassett
PRESIDENT OF THE WOMAN'S DEMOCRATIC CLUB
President of the Good Government League and Commander
of Clara Barton Fortress, No. 6 Daughters of the G. A. R.
SPRING! Glorious Spring! The time when all Spokane housewives are im
bued with a desire to freshen up the entire house, plant the garden, and
get all ready for—well, summer.
This issue of the Spokane Woman is devoted to those who would do this
for milady for just a telephone call, and a modest recompense.
The names of a laundry or two who will guarantee to clean one’s lace cur
tains, without damaging them in the least, a firm that will clean your house,
another that will clean your floors, still another ever desirous of putting new
paper on your wall and congoleum rugs on the floor. New paint for your
home, too—all these are found in this number of the Spokane Woman.
And when Milady gets her house-cleaning under way she may read a delight
ful story on sweet pea culture, give instructions to her gardener and come down
town and buy the newest hats and gowns. If she wants to be sure that they're
just from Paris, make sure they're like those described on Page 7 of this number.
Price Ten Cents

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