1932-03 (Mar) 05 The Daily InterLake Kalispell Montana_Servant_Problem_for_homemaker
is ^he sound- The, war'; : lw-'i the unemployed. help the I opin^ im^ now shorn!* near- or- one vet- of; of our be What Is Happening To The Servant Problem? Have you ever considered that the average wife of today gets along better with one servant than the average woman of the '90's could manage to do with several? You may jokingly say, "She has to." real reason is, she can. But the had ser- Â«Â«jj wt-j The real answer is the automatic refrigerator, the modern stove, the washing and ironing machine, the electrical devices, the countless labor-savers that actually replace servant power, It is the many improved staples, the convenient package goods, the glassed and canned foods, the prepared foods that save so much/$m,e and labor. It is better marketing facilities--convenient stores with a wide variety of merchandise, including fresh, healthful foods, in season and out. It is modern advertising--crammed with usable news for the woman in the home--making possible rapid progress by developing new markets for goods, and new goods for markets. Advertisin g, that tells you what to buy, and where to buy it. Advertising makes it easier to live, more healthful to live, pleasanter to live. Yes, and more economical! Read the advertisements for practical living news IMPORTANT When you ask for a product by name, as a result of advertising, do not accept a substitute--substitutes are offered not as a wnrfce to you, but for other reasons.