Here is a FUN, OLD copy of
Better Homes & Gardens
Volume 46, Number 4 -- April, 1968
Published by Meredith Corp. / Editor: James A. Riggs
Guest room disguise
Treasure hunt - Bird cages
Put your walls to work
How to conceal a closet
Patterned floors - First step to a memorable decorating scheme
How to showcase a studio bed
A traditional house that lives like today
Make room for dining
Shuttered windows for style and service
First step to a real master suite
Build your child a mini-gym to grow on
What's new in old-time houseplants?
A gardener's calendar of color
Gardening this month
Ten most misunderstood facts about health insurance
Should you save with Certificates of Deposit?
How good is term insurance?
What's the best way to build a retirement income?
CARS IN YOUR FAMILY:
What you should know about having a car repainted
Better gasoline mileage depends on you
Cakes - Plain and fancy
"Something special" breads
Scrumptious pie and a citrus cobbler
Dinner with a dash - starring deviled chicken
April meal plan idea
Ground meat standouts
Terrific toppers for pancakes and waffles
Do you keep meat at its best?
Two tempting breakfast ideas
Vegetable salad spree
KITCHENS AND EQUIPMENT:
A new kitchen in exactly the same place
Make every inch work in a little kitchen
How to store winter woolens
Guide to storing wine
Small appliances right where you need them
How to make clothes care more convenient
A glossary of glassware
How to make a dust ruffle
Floor standing arrangements
The man next door
Planning to take your dog on a trip?
How to start right with a puppy
Santa Fe and the old West
Seattle and the majestic Northwest
Winston Salem and a mountain wonderland
Discovering the national forests
NEWS AND SHOPPING:
Good news for men
Plus photographs (including lots of vintage decorating ideas), sketches and classic advertisements for things like: book clubs, furniture, food-stuffs; craft kits; flooring; cleaning products; personal hygiene products; home appliances; and more
CONDITION: Some minor cover wear, some residue of address label remaining, overall nice shape - fully intact with no marks or tears
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