I have several acquaintances that I dread to go shopping with, as they are so ungracious and exacting. So how should a shop girl handle an irate buyer and still hold her job?
Window shopping in Washington DC (1926) By Mrs Harland H Allen – Evening Star (Washington, District of Columbia) December 1, 1926 We have always thought
Miracle machines: Chef’s Delights Some critics claim that the only cook who really needs a food processor is one who must feed a dozen lumberjacks
Cool living with pale tones Furnishings in natural woods accented with neutral colors lend coolness to a warm season. Our collection, pictured here, mixes maple,
Yellow Pages made Joe Torre famous for football (1976) You probably know Joe as a baseball star from New York. But he also owns a
Put great city under one roof Hamburger’s building is finest in west System of hygienics presented hard problems Heating and ventilation systems embrace wonderfully efficient
The store that runs on a wrench An invader from Scandinavia creates a build-it-yourself empire At a cavernous store in the Washington suburb of Dale
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