Saturday Night in Japan Bath Hearne Democrat, 1937

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Saturday Night in Japan Bath
Hearne Democrat, 1937 - Christmas same green prevailed in...
Christmas same green prevailed in chrysanthemums to the arrangement, of electric by members which she the circle Silverman. provided as Amateur the most Mrs. Willard book agent driving, clown wrapped Hosts the contests, entertaining. muffins,! served from was ornamented of gold favors were of the W. a gift The money received from this con- on business in connection with local property interests. Saturday Night in Japan Present Pageant | pageantized presented in Friday o'clock, it include C OME on in, the water's fine." Bathing in Japan is on a different plane from ours, as these two American gent'e- n-,cn can tell you. Tubs are perpendicular there, instead of horizontal, and you stand in the water up to your neck. But we shouldn't laugh at this somewhat primitive scene, according to Consumers Information, which points out that only a hundred years ago, there were only 1,500 bathtubs in the United States, all of them in Philadelphia, where they had a city water system and taxed each tub $3.00. President Fillmore installed the first tub in the White House in ISoO. Advertising; of the advantages of convenient and Kanitary bathing started 31 years later, has continued increasingly ever since, and has made the United State:; the cleanest nation on earth. Even the most advanced European nations are far behind us in this respect, and the possession of a bathtub in most countries is a sign not only of opulence, but ostentation. The United States is among the few countries generally educated to the knowledge that health and cleanliness go together. Johnson with the raced the 36 Johnson for 0, right for of perfect the 0, yard for the to point given back wide his

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  1. The Hearne Democrat,
  2. 10 Dec 1937, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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