Articles by Dorothy Deming
When I was a young girl I looked forward each summer to the visit of my aunt who worked in a city some distance away. It seemed to me that she came from another world, so far removed was her talk of skyscrapers, concerts, and elevated trains from my little world of barns, silos, and pastures. . .
SHOPPING can be dangerous, even hazardous unless you have yourself in hand and well disciplined. Your budget can suffer for months under the barrage of a big sale-day appeal. Be wary of bar gains; remember it isn't a bargain if you don't need it or it doesn't fit. Know your materials and know your children. Some clothing that is left over is so styled that no child can wear it gracefully. . .