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HOUSEKEEPING NOTES TO HOW HOUSE A THE SERIES AND FURNISH IN A OF LESSONS FOR PREPARED CENTERS YORK NEW BY EDITED KITTREDGE HYDE " WHITCOMB BOSTON. USE PRACTICAL OF HOUSEKEEPING MABEL FLAT TENEMENT ASSOCIATION OF KEEP BARROWS 1911 IN .

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stove cooking table. Review of Lesson Lesson V. . 42-44 . Cleaning of and lesson of care cockroaches. cocoa washing dish- . closet . 39-41 meal of 35-37 sils uten- rust prevent care ill cooking cleaning serving to shelf.. how for general clearing of care used to up. Lesson VHL washing Lesson IX. Cooking dish washing Lesson HL Cooking IV. 24-28 exterminate to kitchen towels griddle how Lesson cleaning cereals. Care i Housekeeping People 1-13 14-17 16 I COURSE Lesson Flat Centers Housekeeping in Model a Five for Model or of the I stove making . for windows. and kitchen bread Lesson cakes. scrubbing a floor. Cooking Lesson X. 18-24 Lesson H.CONTENTS PAGE Object Housekeeping of Suitable Center Furnishing Center Classes or for Home Class Card Course for I. the closets box. how sink. " perishable bedbugs. 37-39 woodwork. 41-42 and the nate extermibedroom... Bedding and .. and food. 31-32 32-35 remove kitchen Cleaning 28-31 preparation window box. VL Cleaning Cleaning ice VH. .

53 53-56 cleaning lamps Cleaning bathroom.iv CONTENTS PAGE Lesson work Dining-room XL putting the setting " order in room the table. after breakfast 45-4^ work Morning XIL Lesson 44-45 II COURSE Card Class 47 serving breakfast and Cooking Lesson I. Fitting together the morning 48-49 work 49-50 50-51 nickel 51-53 Cleaning bedroom Gas . How stains . taking IX. silver. Cleaning brass. how Solution and how 57-59 to 59-6i starch prepare XIII. Lesson II. Examination silk. Lesson VII. sorting. AND Javelle X XII. Lesson III.and Lesson V. Cleaning living-room Lesson IV. of care bathtub and 56-57 water-closet Lessons Preparing for the wash VIII ing. mend- XI. Ironing Lesson XIV. Cooking Suggestions for Class care of wash boiler 61-62 62-63 and 64 serving dinner 64-70 Examinations Demonstration h. spots Cleaning make to Lessons out " test questions 64-65 65-70 70 . stationary tubs Lesson Dinner and water wash to and a. AND Lesson Washing. Lesson VI.

h. milk and Puddings Italian Kosher tea 79 80-83 83-84 substitutes Inexpensive Bread cinnamon meat and dishes 86-^8 muffins and recipes recipes 84-86 custards 88-90 90-91 92-94 . g. Cocoa b. e. Clothes 71 the on for of care the young infants 72. /. Soups c. d.94 a.-y^ baby 72)-77 III COURSE Class 78-79 Card Recipes 79. Lesson c. Meat .CONTENTS PAGE Course Nursing Home a. General 71-77 of schedule for work the nursing classes h.

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just such tenement are occupy Stove Center Housekeeping lessons. Housekeeping the illustration who take furnishing and management themselves a of the Lessons trained in the most economical Suitable lesson sanitation art and and . The of CITY is not and cooking in all matters personal given by are connected health. . . of limited for a for KITCHEN stove are the as ple peo- instruction. teachers with of the dwellings of advantage practical laborer's the where fiats. $9. also rearing of use or Home instruction children. Furnishing (if the the in lessons in are an lie within tration illusreach income. beauty cleaning.00 . and the means. Model which The Flat and economy. of people by housekeeping the of Model or in tenements means Centers. Model Five Housekeeping Flat People FURNISHING found in flat) .00 $9. hygiene.THE ASSOCIATION OF PRACTICAL HOUSEKEEPING CENTERS NEW The Flat of object is to daily the of the instruct healthful YORK given.

Tin..06 lifter Stove 08 Shovel scuttle Coal Ash -35 -S^ can $1-54 Wooden table Kitchen Ware (36 in.with drawer) $2..25 .10 cup box Amount .50 .15 Chopping bowl .35 carried forward.86 .21 .79 Iron. . and Tin sugar Tin flour box Wire $0. .10 box . Chair 50 Pickle barrel.20 Clotheshorse -54 Scrubbing pail 40 $4. used Bread board for soiled clothes.NOTES HOUSEKEEPING 2 Connected with the stove there be: must $0.15 .13 and brush dauber .10 Colander Measuring Bread Ware .25 Spoon .10 Rolling-pin . $0.06 Poker Rake cleaning out for soot ..11 broom Whisk Blacking .

HOUSEKEEPING $0.10 Kitchen forks Griddle spade Ice (3) "30 .06 .12 (i) "05 "25 knife knives "15 (3) "30 . Amount Wire COURSE beater egg "05 Grater "05 masher Potato Tea strainer Can opener .20 (12) .86 brought forward.12 .08 Corkscrew .20 (2 pans pans Bread .20 can (2 ) at .02 cutter Dishpans (2) Pie tins (2) at oil Kerosene Layer pans Apple corer "50 6c . $5.60 (3) pans Pepper Salt "05 shaker "05 shaker Saucepan "05 covers Flour sifter Match box Bread knife Chopping Kitchen (2) "30 .08 pick Biscuit .10 "05 .08 Skimmer Amount carried forward.10 5c .12 . Funnel Cake Gem "05 ) .

30 agate washbasins .10 jar Pitcher.50 Saucepans (2) 2 .15 Lemon . $0.30 Iron .30 cups Large yellow Medium Glass bowls yellow bowl (2) .50 .50 frying pan Small .05 Glass squeezer 1.20 (i) .50 Garbage can .90 and Earthen 6 pop-over Butter Ware $0.25 Trays (2) . Amount knives .20 jars (2 doz.) $2.50 $0.NOTES HOUSEKEEPING 4 Paring $5-12 brought forward.50 $7-59 Agate Double Ware $0.10 . i qt .10 Brooms Hard broom Amount and Brushes (i) carried forward.50 boiler .12 frying pan Carving knife .30 (2) Broiler .60 Coffeepot $1.

HOUSEKEEPING Amount Whisk Small $0.95 ironing board .ic a yd.25 yds .25 Pulleys (2) .08 brush .20 .24 covering .10 For dishes Soap Soap Sink Sink $0.50 brought forward. $5-83 . $0.20 Clothespins( 100) .06 . .01 Pulley line. (i ) "15 $1... (i) broom Dustpan COURSE "15 (i) .49 For Wash Washing and Ironing boiler $1. Glass holder Sink strainer Sink shovel .49 Sandpaper .25 board Covering Blanket for .20 Tin cover Flatirons (may be used for ironstand) (3) ..10 .65 Amount carried forward.99 Boiler .10 (2) shaker 05 .10 scrubbing brushes Large scrubbing brush (4) .60 Washboard Ironing ..10 .

2 yds. waxing irons $5.10 yd 1. .. vary $37. Bag .. 3 or from made (12).15 Total These different for kitchen prices.21 bag for string.98 Linen Kitchen Dusters cloths cloths Cleaning linen for Crash ( 12) towels loc (4). (3). for paper. use Floorcloths old yds.20 yd.. or $0.15 .20 cloths towels Roller shirts .10 yds. muslin.of stores.. bags of a a (2) .64 in different cities and Considering the tendency to burn in and .bag These .80 . clothespins all be made chambray or for bag from 3 seersucker. soft from made (6).21 buy or (3) Dishcloths for holders or . yd yds. made of old stocking Amount holders Iron Oiled Ends tickingor bought (kept from packages) bed or paper candles of for be used may $5-83 . cheesecloth 2 or old.6 NOTES HOUSEKEEPING brought forward. each IOC oven Dish old (2). long may . iic a 33 $3. loc rags. furnishings course. cotton.

i8c than Paper 3.32 platter Amount carried forward.and without do be made could replacement a with slightexpense..15 i. Table $3.. not upholstered).80 .15 Air-tightstove Desk a of desk table) for papers (2) (easy. very limited so that This income one is can is large enough If too small FURNISHING ROOM LIVING AND dining-room.49 Small . are things.rust.75 1.00 muslin). Lamp 4.60 Large platter .60 (6) .00 2.49 . (more durable yds basket (round) (stained kitchen at back 1. a advised. the a in full list.00 $19. If the kitchen for of case many DINING utensils kitchen cheaper 7 COURSE HOUSEKEEPING a it will separate room also serve must as a be used dining-room and living-room. $2.48 Large plates (6) Cups and saucers .oo 3.85 Dishes Small for Dining-Room plates (6) $0.00 Chairs Scrim (6) curtains. Rack Chairs to yd.

50 Bedrooms Iron and beds I (2).30 . Amount Vegetable dishes (2) .30 salad dishes or (6) .25 Milk .00 napkins (12) (12) doilies 1.10 pitcher .10 bowl Sugar (2) Salt shakers . $31 -50 .10 Pepper shaker .15 (6) dishes Sauce .30 (6) Glasses .50 .10 pitcher $574 Dining-Room Table Plate 2 Linen $1.75 each Amount carried i ble.10 dish Baking Teapot . and mattress (i) (2).30 centerpieces (Tableclothsare unnecessary.00 11.) $2.30 .8 NOTES HOUSEKEEPING $249 brought forward.20 . dou- $15.50 forward.00 single Trundle-bed Bureaus mattresses 5.60 Soup plates (6) dishes (6) Butter Dessert Odd .$5.05 Water pitcher .

a bedroom.30 $55.used kitchen as bedroom. a livingand a three-room a serve and a living-room. can may one will there be used be converted as into painted throughout. 79c Pillowcases COURSE 4. a . 25c 1. rods each loc 1.25 .40 furnishing for Suggestions The how followingsuggestions for one In is will also flat for five persons.36 yd. bed- for five persons.50 . I2^c Brass 2.64 each (10).00 for bed (12)..60 each 2. Amount Comforters Pillows (4).67 Total for $121. 5c Bath ..and dining-room.as only walls sanitary. As In the kitchen tenement flats are the wall apt to be . light. kitchen.40 (3 pairs) towels Face 50 2.which. a good ment arrange- dining-room.50 each (5).00 6. The that can walls should be washed coloringshould be with be are and the a furnishingshow space. (3) .25 Sheets (12) Muslin curtains. 25c flannel Canton $31 each (3). for all curtains. 60c Blankets each 2. flat.HOUSEKEEPING brought forward. a house economize and money four-room In be save may a room Furnishing room couch.37 each (8). Washcloths 22c towels Bath mat pads . 6 yds. third two rooms.

bed linen.or boots shoes. will run hot weather. In each bedroom curtain. similar be built in one bedroom hangs a galatea built in the flat. except in very an seat snow with a Under in front door kept the this seat may slanting a off. it is needed Unless a in the kitchen shade the top and a the shade window. may closet a shelf. where for all to the bed by use if desired. becomes purchasingthe When boiler. the top. of pine and be shelves. toys. not to stain three enough with floors scrub these clean is cents seventy well painted.not are the bare kitchen.if hot hot water there should protection. and cleaned most floor is best. hinged from table linen. yellow paint is advised floors satisfactory stain To paint with lye and the the lye touch One at quart To add a littlekerosene carpets no or as a disinfectant. A to that in the to living- hold the children's .made stained.etc.NOTES HOUSEKEEPING lO dark. floor stain without oak in the be being careful hot water.remove For hands.is needed seat with room. let to staining floors. be there should and Under and this can be may ice box. floor. varnish is good. stove. A covered roof in order take the A that the rain and placeof window outside of the window.is a convenience.the a The rooms. be that it has sure furnished is not not with the flat. box in the dining-room. to which soapy It is cleaner small rug exceptingone rugs. water.except stained.from if closets are which not underneath. clothingor antique some should wood natural If the floor has been dried. for it must as and torn kitchen water be from be open ragged. rooms. painted.

sill.HOUSEKEEPING Shelves a COURSE in the for china shelves Book shelves are the in the brooms. under than ordinary an also very are necessityin a for large too sideboards Cheap room. living-room. with soap and a cretonne . but be careful that they do not window be can hung should Curtains sag. be short.remove to (one remover those in the bought bureau can legs added. and which on stand ugly. hang. etc. An with wood. the latter being tenement II the the pots. just reaching the get dirty very aniline stain with if the color " tape. extra shelf and curtain nish var- wash stain dry. hung in front.. can the forty cents). be made This can from a be stained box. shade the to add alcohol. in stain it. if it is hard a stain is made The alcohol. should light.then costs can benzine. better dining-room are sideboard. stain. more down with any dark. Alcohol can furniture After white) kitchen.and which kitchen. rub with linseed oil by mixing dry proportion according alcohol is varnished the varnish it is be staining. for letters and made by any papers to be carpenter used and on the desk stained with stain. The and furniture (which is better all shelves. After good wax. are not curtains possible. if more furniture floor or If brass of rods each desired the with be rubbed The rack easily be be regulated is too stain. glassjars for dry groceries. Long on curtains quickly. pans.or.add too should furniture staining. excepting stained and with alcohol wishes one clean wood alcohol with without If the stain.

and not couch walls. be purchased in the kitchen at and these in the top of the burlap it easy in the is daytime. be the same shade. as NOTES quarters. Holes picklebarrel. and fast. under pushed the iron in crowded great convenience a privacy. as bed soiled clothes is good receptaclefor price fiftycents. hangs by off and tacked be can the curtain take to gathered curtain a bedroom clotheshorse. or and in the a is not provided hundred for one is pounds hundred in a the cellar. be one-half feet the in and placed kindling wood paper. a seat. Every glass jar in it the name of the the kitchen commodity should have it holds. the printed on printingto be . and admit hardware also A should barrel top may This is may with burlap. If bed-couch is used is galateaat fifteen cents durable. made is The of that as Pillow covers the blankets hold to ering cov- daytime. stained tacks makes than a in the trundle-bed. does color the of of the the material comforter A box wide. which A in the sides to be bored kept is necessary This rings. be made This of Brass On knobs.12 HOUSEKEEPING A air. bin holding one the feet shelf one other a three one In may during about a This yard. in the If forty cents a half in can darker be material easily laundered. high and the and one is needed center. for any serves and hung screen serve brass is clean. a saving. a screen better a store. with kitchen. since pounds and coal box coal costs twenty-fivecents bushel. a should cover possiblyof same living-rooma good is fade.

should a be family for provided brushes. good picturesadd paste the prints on over Center her beginning is better to have desired of place soiled clothes. flat. waste teacher before A few to them then to in each five. and soap a white under hung bathroom a the bathtub Each is be may If there is black. are clean. where basins may washstands Housekeeping words. food. toys.in order above with twenty-fivecents). kitchen have these picturesin with be washed the bedrooms. side of flat. at plan this great deal a the on must wood lessons. basins is not be may there must bathroom a hung the on also be towel to the kitchen sink for nuisance. The a linen. ready-mixed injuringthe painted closet.paint over half I3 time. and coal. thoroughly dry.milk. dish. cleaningmaterials. without Teacups and twenty-fivecents). shoes.white enamel bathing purposes.groceries. his own soap. and In the for other linen.towels paper. a painted walls liquid shellac. Pictures It If it is sanitaryway and and to wall wash may . a rack and have to washcloths. dresses. living-roomwall. space. for towels rack then the shelves in the kitchen in the a it is should shelf built a also.have .HOUSEKEEPING done with a COURSE small very paint (one-halfpint brush for pint washed for china hold member family be name.and In jars can cleaningmaterials of the If there is for After liquidshellac (one- The economize to toothbrushes. kept are bureaus. hats. bed brooms and a The the Center is place take there be must running water as necessityin a be taken up space.underclothes. seldom everything which in the racks. and towel. the the same to a and ment arrange- home. always preferable.

of knowledge knowledge be cannot concessions. printed hanging every that the of ahead day on and really cards will the life working Flat with the healthy more the on stating cause the is the to comes and the prettier. small incomes. passed necessitated crowded to on by actual lack and quarters. . and example: Clean Model homely read to the across. domestic a science science thorough a graduate. is all group be many of six to conditions. down. walls the eye gradually your teeth after Brush your teeth up and 14 each takes not in accept meal.CLASSES A IN class The who consists work The has added work. study these them. facts. have to that she house cleaner idea child every realize curiosity is the detail important tenement good Apartment Natural added scientific that to home tenement truths own in mind teacher what her has that realize must duty. A she teacher she in will to place important Bear the less made to It is make a of experience her Otherwise knowledge. her time. without conditions CENTERS classes her to academic pupils from should house Her of in these teacher tenement of HOUSEKEEPING child As will of certain child a wall. be must Center Housekeeping a is inefficient until she neighbors For eight pupils.

there is no good are and papers. these away. Tea garbage fruit without eat paper newspapers. a first washing it. stand not the straws and the dish towel use Do the broom. as should it chills the drink many day (not iced). food value in either tea or and coffee. Hang Do hat your only for face and hands. Wash dish hot clear Once Do not clean.never Keep clean a wasteful to Ice glasses of and coffee nervousness. They cause they give ugly complexions. stringin Never and cleaning drink. Have cloths for other separate Dust. anything but roller towels and drawer. Do throw not them up not coat on chair . dishes.Clean fingernails your jc COURSE HOUSEKEEPING time every wash you your hands. ing wash- dishes. into the pail. throw but into the paper go wrapping bag provided is not water stomach. bad for children. one-sided grows into the apron aprons up If corner. a hang after class. soapy boil dish the use towels and for dishcloth water hang and wring water. It is for this purpose. rinse in to dry. . to one every water can. burnt matches. aprons damp put Always hang Never broom a stands the hand the on for it in the brush end it break. Use and up. in the hang anything but sun. week a in towels up .

class of the should give to each Sample six or immediate a girlshas been more neighborhood. First Course of First card Course the formed. rules that might conspicuousplace. teacher bearing her Card name. Chew Eat that it is and These be posted in When usually but are a from a a few See that the food is clean well.l6 NOTES HOUSEKEEPING slowly. . prepared in of many valuable a clean way.

allowing tion examina- the pupil . housework. alternated a be can course on satisfactorily lesson one pass is cooking (with this it this on 1 demonstration or before course.COURSE HOUSEKEEPING Each occupation teacher as x\s to It is at to be is the to end graduated the by punched is the shortest The completed. pupil time is then a in year which ready to II. Course well the with week) is card have of to an each the oral course higher 7 performed.

to therefore. have from is free the stove. like by S.The Without The For it I of the of possession should we utility knowledge LESSON insistent most coal.the work feeding it. As the housekeeper must it. she stoves.watching where " also instill a take that the this the even lives the subject up history first lesson is everything routine of the examine Show them ^A book things. common Inventions. it " waves draught.. the of oven. esting inter- more miners. I important most stove. is and about growth "Useful children the fire. circulate origin and the match. next and should be the is the starve." . The and is teacher and matches. comes friendly feeling of In coal about something may the be can fire. thing by telling some- stove class learn may know we the secret open about enough it. stove home for perfect a foundation of all housekeeping. economy. is rent. COURSE the freeze and expenditure. range part E.making her about by learning something using for care damper. of of that describes heat the Stoves check. the for Care When of the made the from. iS etc. housework.^ the how the wood the interestingif of every of materials how it. and it is mined. Forman.

damper The air from the in damper.making draught the go come strong with waves escape slides that open shut.which is somewhat stove yet the principleof all is the draught. has prevent of case refilled every closed. the top of the stove on washed chimney Each saves coal. closes connected damper or bowl. bet- more slowly. range. becoming is water be must The the placed damper up the and around the to is flat a an . door a slow damper the fire-box. for coal escape it is closed the heat oven.COURSE HOUSEKEEPING coal and where and children are that so understand understand it and ashes sending for stove a often will fall the grate through Each furnace. when the draughts are fire-box. The When In check open is a slide or it retards.open close the check. which a is open have must stove. this morning. and each must have too dry. a kitchen a plate which. above fire. and . own Have collect. or or study burn small of too buying must must corrected be Besides. as the coal gas The water and When chimney have must that part of the range opening into flue. When passes up through When the doors when they the are the is an a heat goes entirely up the chimney. to as thoroughly. Each same. the trouble out far in her the stove know Hkely I9 air ter. check.then it of order. and draughts. the different. In gas. will prevent the coal . or small makes startingthe fire. to know man. below current the of the fire burn is closed fire burns the over never fire-box. and She if it will not can the possible each home. and without stove a is or fire-box.

NOTES HOUSEKEEPING 20 the fire is started. if thoroughly polished will become dirty. news- morning over newspaper dust. " coal . have the always coal this makes the lids crack. Put coal when more the reallygoing well. should the not the decide be closed. close the When and damper save heat. then When stove. damper. and open the check. packed fire will a fire the dust lightingthe very part of the every first paper.the blacked be should range fire is stove. a close the that the check see For is not the open draught. and it is These burn. then wood. fire.open the stove check or lift lids. For and hot oven. fire is started. red-hot. open. To Make First take ashes a the fire lightly that the of draughts if little. close teacher.but day anything spillson blacking.close draughts and damper. should as grow Never Lay little very Before from every all fire. open. not lightingthe at fine and stove. rub off with clean it.have check closed. should open. remember part from free circulation of air and prevent the the ashes. to children. . cool too to a brushed and the day it is better it. slow a damper. on When the damper During to coal any. damper when The shake stove. seeing that clinkers out removed are in Fire Morning the hot a to rake a fire than reach the lids of the Never allow fire. Before blackingthe The before the Throughout the after lighted. If the never stove it is not saucepans damp a every black with paper. Range absorb the heat. be first.

the to should things must have never a look to Call range.HOUSEKEEPING Connected match box. a well as protect the hands. easy When cocoa. milk. over as place a have must dishes.a hot lifting Have it.and packing wood and stove a for common both can. an for egg See that there is a table. salt. tablespoon. fact that utensils should pupils have the it. a from out a all air spaces blackingdauber old an be and glove to hand at near that all these One stove. Make use healthful ash an be hung reach. beater. stove for rake a oven the be very about the lifter. a shaker. and pupils understand specialattention cannot An for newspapers. 21 near kindling. Cocoa tea A coffee. bad To make kitchen cocoa table. board black- the on the on paper utensils and are it.and a poker and under the brush. or reiterate the fact that tea and often too become more teacher coffee are for children. into two anything required in managing for let them whisk a must it . is ready. uten- boiling . is example. a sugar.one divided shovel . with COURSE saucepan. a (or spread recipe written put these may they boiler and from making begin work case the children decide they this double for have work with saucepans).and let them necessary Then Never In stove a cloth should oven parts will also have broom. cup the measuring. ingredientson everythingto need cocoa. the stove. a water on the what materials until will a two towel. A hold box a and coal scuttle.a knife. near within One cleaningsoot blacking. for box paper. familiar for nourishing than and with the stove. a kettle of a sil-plate.

together. set them on ing drain- tray. Soak plate one on together. Dishes that stand unpiledand The unrinsed time requiremore tacked To dishes pile food of size. silver by itself. saucers. shaker.cups all Soak them that all cereal Pile dishes in order set glass in another. scrape.saucers etc. rest of china. on for effort. and from taking water with soapy rinsingpan it.platestogether.teacups. : pots and pans.NOTES HOUSEKEEPING 22 the After is made cocoa served. Order of washing Cleanest dishes first. one dishes that have or Soak have egg had dishes them in hot in Soak water. in cold water. granite .. : fillthe kettle after Always dough water. scraping. in sugar dishes in cold dishes wash Use Never dishes all milk all dishes To " cooking dishes.and rinsing of dishes is quiteas importantas the washing. wash Dishwashing piHng. dishpans. and tin ware. this empty washing: all bits of Scrape dishwashing typewritten the wall.and the dishes. Glasses. more the directions for It is well to have and and Make wash water Take dishes from hot water. and pile.plenty of two had in cold water. silver. soap and dishcloth. Soak dishes from plateinto garbage pail.

empty hang scoured off tubs washed. Dish be left in perfectorder. that this is follow that must has of soda stove. where dishes Lay out towel them and and be and kerosene.repeatingif Make hot water. well. but in this first lesson the children are capable of doing only . To knives COURSE dishes. must all been and first. Third. away clean bottle milk a First. in cold water. sink. Put To washed are wipe dishes ashes a loosens are for dried second with off with them in water dishes wipe always handles wooden Wipe soaking as After both the 23 should forks and take off spots. : two the first for rinsed dishes trays " Give well. plenty of Use dishes. them wipe up . knives of forks or cloth wet and dry handles. clean fillwith Dry tinware of the a add entirelysuccessful the near the children handful at towels. with in the sun.table. soapy water.soak the bottle Second. rinse Clean burned. only a part cooking. rinse and wiped. used dish towels and finished when towels the and to washer.tubs. woodenware understand wooden or something small a stick match kettles in which not clearingup with pans water. of seams To skewer. or put water. boil.HOUSEKEEPING Kitchen Sapolioto with Do into not dishes dry pans. other with wash : in glassware hot.

. everything can go on until all placed neatly and of dishwashing. Been {b.can to make arrange the stove the hot damper. be washed. Door. in care second.and forward look them Make part. which draughts. should review they to the teacher. third. Dishes away Dried.) Replacing 2. To Sweep 5. knowledge kitchen the when the time of fires . about on and tools have cooking been collected includes lesson a of of the fact.a NOTES HOUSEKEEPING 24 can lesson This the range. during after Materials Dishes Table from for Further Needed Attend chosen. LESSON this lesson Begin written See on with II cooking cereals. on top. and materials and to first. lesson Not When Work.the teaches: making stove a to leave will need do all. When Floor. that No AND Kitchen Is Left Cooking Dishes in Perfect Left on Order Stove Unwashed. To See Order Lesson.without check so as help. To Put 4. of filling Food Removing To housekeeper Have They Used. Have recipes the blackboard. that . and girl. the Every dishwashing in this lesson. the Are Housekeeper in is this office. To of Duties 3. mechanism no dishes in which the order cooking nothing table.) a Table Cooking Keep (a. At each cooking in the pupilstaking turns The 1.

healthful.HOUSEKEEPING (Each time the stove 25 COURSE is used review more less the first or lesson. H. cereals the amount is the of used. cheap. wheat. Time-Table oatmeal.and in cereals cooking of boilingand is large. corn meal. Quaker Prepared The learned the kitchen made are only difference of time all on kinds.. require no should be cooking. boiling and salted when the . The placed foods many already anything be Breakfast There have children water cereals for Cooking Cereals etc.) The cook to cooking must are amount water They food value in the required in things the from are that before for necessary ginning be- the table. Oats. corn. Wheatena. O. Partiallycooked: Pettijohn's. etc. Cream of Wheat. The easilycooked.

preparation. bottom with As the underneath water boils away they should In acquire the method cooking in two one too rapidly two cereals for all. more from fork. as . two of table at First.20 HOUSEKEEPING cereal is added.brush makes a table out of hot wet space and yellow. scrape Leave these kitchen table. Fourth. saucepans. take and the wood scrub " the dirt out. with a shake brush scrubbing " round Dutch Cleanser straightwith and round Third. While used the should more If the children learn to cook water. Now wash directions the typewritten and Have them hang the on following the kitchen wall. a directlyover in or the thoroughly small a pan sauce- larger one taining con- (this to prevent the cereal cooking.) time. (Soap or half one muslin water. a added. Second. wipe it with cloth a cloths. cereals. wrung in water basin. for five minutes lightlywith Then placed Cook NOTES cook over in fork a double a until all is boiler larger saucepan.and stir mixed. also if the cereal absorbs add the is cooking.cook two cereal the in the water be in one double a boiler. and the on pile dishes tubs for later washing. To clean Use Dutch table basin of hot Cleanser Wash : Sapolio. wipe with dry cloth. wipe off with a the does wet on grain of not cloth. stir occasionallyfrom boiling water While burning). fire.

HOUSEKEEPING table After is washed. be about with the food are cold with saucepans and rust.as taught dry and serve First. washing ^yashdishes. hang once week a to keep white. pupils have to a separate the two cereals. Wash one Rinse each rack them fresh Brush In piece at with Towels edges must and up not a time. fire. but in to take In this lesson the a ashes slow must not can. rubbing board. shake even.scrape Wash in order towels to and them thoroughly washed To Use and on towel piledishes. it up . every : and pan plenty of hot water. after towels wash the prevent hang milk in the last lesson. leave and out with eat easier later. the stove. soap. be put in The ashmen only to mixed.If floor sweeps and and tables . and this lesson. dishpans Wash to dry. wash put Dutch Cleanser. in another piece boiled at least out . up the near and The stove rinse the towels must to dish be dishwashing. there is no puts away dishes. but have .to clean tables. empty. refuse. fillthe boiler and sugar. explain that allowed basin . Next. cleanest first. When and the cereal the to make After eating the cereal. water is cooked.and leave learned wash not cook dish towels. pan out floor if any up COURSE in brush washing spilled. rinse out hang used has been cleaner 2/ away the cloths water table housekeeper. . rinse and put it away wipe dry .

fork. III cook something Cakes the on of a thin batter tablespoonfulof softened bread and a Press add Add out beaten 2 of flour and (smooth). sifter. child cleaningup best can from the member re- last lesson. cake egg towel. tissue paper for knife. eggs. molasses Recipe " until soft.let . water teaspoon of salt. griddle. molasses. how new Care thing to must the grease vegetablematter if they are not be learn in this lesson given to hardens the sink every in the pipes. only produces a bad . when will know how of the stove the sink do to NOTES work all the this top of the lesson. washing See and which eaten. everythingis cooked.28 HOUSEKEEPING added their to In knowledge fact. stale-bread griddle cakes. milk. taught. buttering the utensil plate. has been clearingup LESSON In and enough the last thing teaspoonful of baking powder. after merely suggestions. salt. served.cup.a half cup a eggs. tablespoon. and stick to this grease removed. bowls. is the This not and of the care day.and After pan. for stove (These To milk a the class Griddle in hot cupfuls 2 to make cooking. baking powder. a beater.teaspoon.they example. Stale-Bread Soak of dishwashing. flour.and wash the dishes. the dish turner. scrape.) are stale bread water. and pile. Explain how become pieces of decayed. Remember have to the on table bread. butter. The sink.

If soda soda. then Also water. shovel. the A good to put water until the stove water are washed the pipes. the inside scrub the But soap. washed (if soda way the hot is handful water kettle every pipe after it will combine children a towels sink. then pour washed. sink is washed to cut it is clean of and of sink the is not morning. and the children never the boil. the dirt from and into the put them soda into sink. to gas COURSE turn hot over water every rinse the rinse well it upside understand put the kettle back that on .HOUSEKEEPING odor stops up the pipe. the dirty water kettle of a Pour from unhealthful very the use all the bits of up garbage pail. in the and is not Ordinarilythe soda be cleaned put hot more the the dish brush. be very to the wipe Make a down the that has of pipes. brush eat a : time with been always must at any sink causes finished and dishwashing is dishcloth To 29 form. as down pipes free of the which handful well with down form sink must of and part of the they down food with evening. around pour that First. and hot clean careful with soda it come kettle and once lo put directlyinto the sink) is washing plenty of clog matter a sink washed will away is apt pipes it all grease away take to grease but well.pour pipe. and a hot in order water. and sink have pipes. let down hot. with day a soda into hot lodged practice.to lesson. every it dry until it is filled with to water.but and the When and in the have dishpan clean to sink Sink and sink in with sink brush holes. soapy dishes sent and water.

remove the necessary dishwashing and cooking. a night. This finishes after up always dish and washing cloths under never be be removed Also pail. but should be scraped never directlyfrom the under washed should food Teach sink. grease the sink with in NOTES cockroaches. every salt in week pour or all cracks . the the rust. a strainer. and w^ater the pipes night sprinkleroach bugs. soda and to a should that scraps faucet. wash morning glass for drinking. the kitchen them brush.and over hot soda using kerosene it with is rusty. more In this lesson the children for the A pailin the which and water pailafterwards To exterminate solution two. must soap in the This very wood the sink shovel.will Always keep the garbage An also learn how must garbage pail. pots.a jar of of be taken up fully. sink is not and bad it can be kept wood ashes. soap and down into the pans that if of after the the pipes this dirtywater the sink must be from the well be must subjectwill garbage they wash sink. day. and a will fatty some ashes.HOUSEKEEPING 30 If iron an sink Leave substance. basin Teach sink a soap. children dishes. can attracts turpentine down every soda rinsed. garbage open and of can to care has roaches boiled been not each smell. a separate basin later lesson a a not pupilsunderstand for this purpose. and jar cleaning keep dirty dishes that a shaker. If the rust a Near sink a water. and the have their hands by get into the sink. the kept is at the poured In washed. closed.

keep it in is the heat an collect without help the temperature test may kneel with the in front right Holding hand all the or things hand becomes uncomfortable means a after fifteen cleaning up after . beginning to This 3I a lesson. brushing in the up LESSON lesson should after about damper a the See 2. and for admit fire is first lighted. night. How to check 4.always have a slow it moderate oven.and lesson. How to heat the 6. a of the stove. counts. and the children Give oven. oven and fire. five counts after twelve and able it is uncomfort- When If the oven door far by oven. count of the hand In biscuits simple keep .HOUSEKEEPING about sink and COURSE tubs. to draughts member re- baking. When 3. and before IV be of the table for the cleaningup morning cook. let them Counting open be when a how for recipe Have should good a Emphasize which child fire is well started. to the left hand. have necessary each of management How the what general check. is hot. General care of stove they muffins. after or a twenty enough to the upper above the oven counts. for oven to baking. and to of the cooking lesson. satisfactoryand a child door very condition good gingerbread. the children .baking powder shelf of the oven. children the the can fire. the setting review 1. oven just in after six counts hot method of the the the hand slowly. How to keep fire in all 5.

of a to have in a that It is better to stop in the middle order. Suggestions Order for of Cleaning For and permit finishing. cleaning cloths. given if time portion well does not done. no there will be always some V matter " Part how I large or how small. LESSON In in Work every kitchen. Six General Up in Class. woodenware. ironware.dish towels.NOTES HOUSEKEEPING 32 in work a piece of work. implements for washing and . tinware. than complete a to task slipshodmanner.

HOUSEKEEPING

ironing, brooms
contain

give each,

Place

be found

could

all these

speak,

to

so

determination

a

place will

own

its

thingsin
home,

own

where

to

as

always

make

;

anything

nail here and

A

place things at first,

to

housekeeping

kitchen

that

so

put each

to

jars to

the small

in the dark, if necessary.

there, a little thought
and

33

brushes, dry groceries and

and

them.

COURSE

article back
and

easy

in its

the kitchen

a

comfortable, orderly place.
The

teacher

should

direct

the kitchen, tellingits
In

giving
be done

must

and

use

kitchen

the

at least

attention

it is where

why

week), always

a

the

closets first,
explaining that otherwise
closets will be scattered
In

groceriesand,
and

towels
Take

mix

one

shelf at

the kitchen

table ; air and

groceries.

Mold

things to
Should

and

after

the cloths

Do

newspaper.

shelves.

Dust

not

off shelves

a

and

a

the closet smell

bad

odor

after

are

the result of

thoroughly

musty, wash

turning
re-

dried.

it with

hot

soda

shelves.

disinfects,but this will make
well aired

to scrub

dry thoroughlybefore returning

closet not

scrubbing the

in succession,

each

already learned

have

little Sulpho-Napthol added

is not

dry

time, dustingeach and

a

the top shelf,scrub

that the children

A

the

holds

washing.

in the way

water

which

with

the different

Beginning with

the

closet

the

table covered

a

articles from

before

the

kept.

are

on

the

out

dirt from

if there is time, the closet where

thingsfrom

placing it

clean

the kitchen.

over

this lesson, clean

it is.

thorough cleaning (which

a

once

everything in

to

washing.

to

food

the
taste

water

cleans

if the closet

NOTES

HOUSEKEEPING

34

Should

ants

in the

be found

closet,pour

a

solution of

carbolic acid into all cracks, after the closet is cleaned.
2

tablespoonscarbolic

2

pintsof

acid.

water.

until effective.

Repeat
small

followingis,however, a safer method to teach
insect powder in all the cracks.
children:
Use

Later

sweep

The

the dead

away

with

fillthe cracks

and

ants

borax.

hot, soapy

in

Wash
and

dry

before

water

hot, soapy

all tins when

keep

food

in ;

be

kept

free

from

rust,

not

they are

jarsare the
easilywashed,

are

it is easy

odor, and

empty,

Glass

the stove.

near

they do

best to
can

refilling.
water

well in the air

jars in

all the empty

the closet is drying, wash

While

to

when

see

they need refilling.
that

Remember

with

carefullycared for, that is,washed
dried in the

sun

if

odors

utensils hold

wooden

possible.Do

not

soda

dry

unless
and

water

them

the

near

stove.

To
the

keep

need

to

be

it will not

Do

closet in this lesson.

even

talk work

possibleto
dividing a

a

lesson

too

fast ;

into two

or

necessary.

V

Lesson

linen and

near

clean the dish towel

drive the children

not

over,

parts when

three

Have

that it is dried

see

washing. Ashes, Sapolio,Bon Ami, and
There
is
tinware.
very good for brightening
have tin grow
rusty if it is kept dry.

Probably
stop and

rust,

after

stove

whiting are
no

from

tinware

specialcloset

or

cleaningcloths.

"

Part

set of

II

shelves

for the kitchen

HOUSEKEEPING

For
and

is sufficient: twelve

four

roller

cloths

of cloths

dish towels, three

(these

polish cloths,and

be

can

made

broom

easily from

bag, two

worn-out

cloths,two

oven

floorcloths.

two

closet is to be cleaned

like the closet which

the

groceries.Remove
things from one
Lay in straightpileson the table,which

time.

previouslycovered
and

scrub

and

air

a

good plan

a

lettered

the

on

edge

the

has
the

in

a

been
closet

the top shelf.

towels

have

to

tains
con-

shelf at

Dust

newspaper.

thoroughly. Return

It is
towels

with

before, beginning with

as

cloths,
dish-

ing
towels, three dusters,and twelve clean-

cotton), one

or

This

35

family of five,the followingnumber

a

towels

Imen

COURSE

Dry

piles.

even

of

name

each

of the shelf at its

set

of

respective

place.
In

this closet may

also be

kept ironing board
box

sandpaper, ironstand, holder,

wax,

LESSON

Left-over

shelf

shelf outside

weather
with

a

Holes
An

ice box

It must

be

cloth curtain
shelf

close
The

to

or

least

gives a

and
not

kept

in the ice box.

on

This

refrigeratorwhile

a

covered
rain

back

and

keep

to

to

snow

or

out

sides to

a

the

dust,

run

admit

off.
air.

in front finishes the shelf.

ice box

must

be

cared
especially

perfectlyclean ice

particleof

bad

be

may

or

allow

in the

bored

be

Window

food.

of

slanting roof
can

A

the window

purpose

is cool.

enamel

for.

the

VI

perishable foods

and

serves

bluing, and

testingflatirons.

old cloths for

covered

of

cover,

odor

to

food
fresh

allowed
food.

box

scents

the

to

spoilin

the

of Wash the top of the box. then should the shelf. and food be must other with will be admitted time to thoroughly. as and soap a off hot water enamel curtain Soda water. to the in that washed sink and cleaned window box the contents. again with Draw ing return- food.36 twice To and week a window clean in newspaper box with washed be bing scrub- Brush place. as and air . a at the ice same and ice. thorough a : suitable some needs dailydusting. make The of the shelf cover window casing. on wipe the inside first with scrub sal soda.and that the drain connected lx)x. hour. off racks and old cloth Take shelves. as no way sewer gas if it is. that Use a skewer through always lodges there. a the contents Remove and shelf exposed window The is apt to it crack. scents the ice box commonly left in the grooves. The in NOTES HOUSEKEEPING Dry specialcare. To clean Be for pan This the In wash box to hook to on is unhooked. is in is cleaned. corners.and with hot suds . particlesof no to dig the drain the ice box out the pipe. before : inside of the box are wood the house be cleaningthe scrubbing perfectlydry household water ice box water. the case Water-soaked ice the sure A be made can separately. found twice the under week. rinse with hot soda an all food remove clear hot water. cover the taken the outside must shelf pipe of is cleaned some dirt it for an ice box plumbing. them Place and The before.

pots. and not entirelydried. washtubs closet in the kitchen exactlyas also learn how must In week VII the inconvenient pot and the lower for over pan. hanging pans sauce- . perishable food and should butter receptacles. Both : absorb be odors kept in and tightlycovered collect dust when ice. If box is quickly become Care of Milk box should of soda be and hot the stove. Never place olive oil the directlyon ice. aired and emptied water. con- cooking utensils. Freezing injures it. rinsed in sun the the bread if will mouldy. LESSON TiiI':ki": is still another be cleaned We each This to most is the closet is cleaned. shelves. cake best in covered keep tins or earthen jars. and the top shelf is placingthose and keep to closet tenements and reach. its contents holding the these Choose a used Hooks shelves under tea closets in good dition. To keep milk tightlywhen cover Bread and night without over cooled. the food that must etc. pans.HOUSEKEEPING Care of COURSE bread the box 37 also be may considered in this lesson. and certain most are place coffee pots.dried by possible. Each week washed in the mild a bread solution thoroughly. scald it and uncovered. most for each frequentlyon convenient built are sink.

A very Dry water. porcelain. (mutton over taken rusty.38 HOUSEKEEPING In this closet iron. iron rinse seldom rusty. Ironware holding heat break and copper quite expensive. hot night. the liningwill utensils dirt. water. be becomes iron to rust. and dried stove a break are and teakettle agate-lined and smooth stove Aluminum requires too copper becomes enamel if not crack aluminum. ordinary housekeeping. rusty sink may as lime be cleaned is in . Ironware Acids To if moisture and rust remove Kerosene kerosene soda some lime and hot soda Care hard this manner. remove Wash the on thoroughly good). dry to is is excellent good.and are sometimes ware. then wash and If treated : and and water stove. cause in clean is very let it stand must on ashes will of grease sort what are ashes. soaking these Never worst the by use paper to off any utensil of paper before it. and use NOTES of tinware care has been considered in previous a lesson. washing The Careful scraping preserving them. a use. wipe to for care improves properly.agate. rinse in clean hot water. properly with Sprinklewith morning next in Dry thoroughly. with First rust. stove but for with is apt to crack. tin. hot the hands. dry. latter method. it cover fat is the apply the the utensil in strong. in and and Agate ware washed agate kettle put on of necessity in much the out blackened boil use Wipe with piece a and crack A to half-dried If an the prevent helps greatly knife. very is allowed off.

and Sweep the shelves must cleaned. shut save In this before. and ice cleaning in previous closet night. the chil- . up A probably do been cleaning has having practiced lessons. time. wash cooling causes and becomes Boiling water care. in hot. dried.no daily or they will week. must of the pots air well after lesson steam collect. water. before done once out housekeeper day teakettle VIII cleaned done be each thorough cleaning of a be a washing. them time case the stove Then thoroughly the inside : all woodwork second Let dry. ceiling. the from sweep off the is done thing dow drawer. on deposit will or 39 often teakettle tin a lack of proper through to of inside COURSE as follows : is new to dren. rust Coffee and tea pots be cleaned from grounds. Do dirtiest work. closet and box. win- would the children the floor .free them smell. cleaning of painted woodwork and first The closet A the kitchen. soapy This rusty causes upside down turned First. LESSON is If rust. scald and should kitchen to is to clean shelf and methodical this the To clean can First. a floor now and rag last to wipe a be The wipe take tight. with The everything room cleaning next.and is this emptied. and that this is the broom with walls . a next woolen woodwork as cover a wipe the cloth. kitchen rinse in cold water.HOUSEKEEPING The collect. a every the class comes. dust and be moved.

To woodwork clean with with Wash dusted. A at hands own dry.and for washing and Sulpho-Naptholor for one and are soap. the window. Ami.two cleaningcloths. add clean of kerosene and duster. Windows Second should Method. drying. not from dust to take is also necessary brush (not hot) water warm Sapolioremove and cloth after the walls a and grooves. around Newspaper is very Let other : of hot water. dish of Bon Dust time to time This work.two them Place is but one on a near newspaper of many things used windows. for in from child must every wash Use be worked to the windows. windows after a as every time they look dirty.one few drops of should paint. Add a other disinfectant to the cleaningwater. a pan a few of hot water. the shelves While will have all the lessons.and ammonia to day. Soda : the woodwork Dust A NOTES HOUSEKEEPING 40 two cloths. window. duster.wash are little alcohol added the to the Rinse woodwork good for should be washed rain.as time. be dusted To every windows. drops Use a . water the in winter prevents its freezing. be used. washing cloth in the water and wipe ofif the the windowpanes. Besides a weekly cleaning. Bon washing the Ami a one every cleaningcloths. and apply a thick suds of Bon it polishingwindows. drying. newspaper.and pieceof To and a clean pupils cannot windows a pan do with with windows her Ami. and rub off with a dry cloth.

condition The to agent of the floor A use. and Gold 4I or is pensive ex- used and for this purpose. new table. are nicelyin the kitchen.make them realize that they have accomplishedone of the chief parts of housekeeping in thoroughly knowing kitchen work. sweep time decide must the very wash wet a small a at space with cloth. the floor. floorcloth. the meal Serve The simple if the children the work should the teacher. scrub rinse and the wood. the floor. Last. determination are needed for . as be done by the pupils it is all review. but a the left-over hot pail oi a soap. very and greasy wipe off with following the grain of cloth in out wrung scrubbing water Return which floor needs soda.then First. with dry a the scrubbing pail. floor brush. cleaning soap. Soda water. Cook intelligence and supper. very with no clearingup help from breakfast a age or a young.have Dust. and If the now only practiceand perfection. LESSON This lesson is to be IX arranged according to of the pupils.HOUSEKEEPING Dust the windows. piecesare kept a used be may floor look well. scrubbing the This is also cleaning the floor. Change the a often. wash similar to For COURSE wash. dry and polish. pupilshave been faithful. the floor is when utensils to the kitchen dry. Sapolio makes unless but work.

but this are are to flat as as of mattresses it is not pillow a to it all at once. sheets woolen excepting day. it absorbs . as one an sides. she has the desire and Bed less in the next up LESSON is the the bedroom to on. art. is bad have must tuck to can be good high pillowit will a three-fourths blankets. night one is often and possibleduring sleep. it is the is to be taken be very can best mattress with blanket. in they allow some old an ture the mois- back. The get through. which Housework NOTES only mattress all. and the mattress accustomed one bed a mattress hour.When graduallymastering an to from passing work. low is made found pad body.HOUSEKEEPING 42 the Emphasize art. blankets air but each bed enough tion ambi- good (quite thick) is bad every pillow only Each is hair. Cotton most excelsior when lesson. go The kitchen dull. the If back. is be long and long enough. reach used. be hard it a littleuntil still none at Sheets should sheets. are better both air to are than ers. A feather have the back high two and Cheap Cotton and in wash . and yards long. so placed that Too she X mattresses cotton a the Turn for will be mattress covered should an Lesson Excelsior expensive. but blankets An comfortable more for the both for or two are used. This not protects is one without do to lower better seldom winter. when or let it air at least may well. and . comfort- needed. from it becomes child realizes that a expensive.but interesting.

body is best. slopjar. square in as hospitals. of the the pass children anything about almost To a washstand. first wash into the bugs get water. air for to of the for the bed Every morning it 43 comfortable. no the day a to younger naphtha. pour wash fire is near. the clean into the with a cloth off. and the door allow are out In is used in sink appliesto soiled water the water the morning. then with once water. Dimity allow not the mattress the bed COURSE be made with corners. and under the tuftingof the mattress. soak it with naphtha. easily. lock for teach thoroughly every This the kitchen lesson washstand.HOUSEKEEPING they do do. which the exception. and soap acid. a of the bed grooves If until all kerosene with signs of solution a them week a and it with of carbolic all wash hot. after pouring windows. air the bed one. soapy bed.take the pitcher and that sure homes all tenement placeof bowl washstand the Clean be and room to gas gone. should bed the hour. keep clean and kind a bedding while or If bedroom to that will wash chairs over breakfast and is being dining-room are and after breakfast. . If this becomes all the necessary. wiping thoroughly for this purpose. As preventive of bedbugs. from remams the in bowl. kept the on it closed leave Do not open naphtha. and repeat in Bedbugs hide chiefly cracks. in castors. hold not Feather Cover make the moisture beds must Have spread a prepared and The be used as pad to with throw a of comforters as covering. an eaten. If they get into the mattress.

does not a bare table easily washed are that all must mean be washed. china. the of food. and preference Work to a is being prepared. work in the plain but ironed.as spot on one table. XI Dining-Room in duster article.44 HOUSEKEEPING Wash off NOTES part of every washstand. nothing else. the dampen where with it a feather a With and stood. and wash the dish.wash with wipe well have to pitcher. The flowers The first thing to place on if possible.the . dusting settingthe well-laundered doilies with these tablecloth.first. Now in hot water cloth that is used Always separate. and dining-room consists. rinse the chamber for cloth that see refill. apart.or the table is spoons of the knife should towards be centerpiece " of the dishes one next. wipe Then off all woodwork duster.or platescome Knives sharp edge and fruit. set at a even distances placed the at plate. and out (use ammonia). To dust room Never use the : windows. while breakfast breakfast. marked there take so to as fresh are It is keep towels it and washcloths. and wipe each Use in and morning airingroom before books. brass.dust the place replace it. Wipe LESSON The dry a mirrors. right. soap Take the chamber and and slop jar. and duster damp duster.

open the top Have cooking. over how and windows air can that so from go out cold the weather.putting soiled the table. of work morning be done. On the table pitcherof water. the chairs away them to table. leave the window very little from a open top. pepper. under cold. the away doilies table linen. butter. for breakfast. must bedstead the every Order and is to wash. take be neatly after taking from the thing. put first and the kitchen. to . served in the be must both and the windows Open No so at the that bad matter night As the mattress turn sides. what upon table the last place kept especiallyfor Brush the pitcherof milk. chairs. in the morning. and at the crumbs in the ones small a salt. at the top of the knives. other things the on Place the chairs After the meal pile the Brush dishes the table depend is over.HOUSEKEEPING Forks and Glasses napkins COURSE 45 the left. in. LESSON This the lesson work takes XII the necessary up without household average children that understand after Immediately always lives this the bedclothes from the soon as reach well as air open as come Work of them the windows air may fresh the their of day risingtake spread and dressed. up Unless the a The sugar.bread. the bottom. three-quarters full of at water.

return clothes. ready for the day. cleaned. bed. the through After washed) do. room After the the day. is cleaning Clean thoroughly cloths. room. cloths and room a look to chairs even. about starting breakfast not all of necessity NOTES the dusting Then washstand. etc. is pick have Brush up been the up piled first The to which bed. before with has bad air the in and room fresh something been breathe to the shoes. is room clean lesson. aside be to the the out that see in as shake them put last room. Now the After sink. . last put the Give tains cur- away. washed the and and cleaning later. to return wash kitchen the seeing out all dish that towels and the wash kitchen and dishes. away thoroughly. the bedroom. dishes and eaten the to making Make (but thing to and put left about the Dust the floor. duster everything straight..46 air the HOUSEKEEPING the Explain room.

the following: .II COURSE When punched. she is a pupil and promoted has to first her has passed satisfactorily Course Card II. and for Course 47 card course the receives II entirely examination.

the teakettle air and See before breakfast With place it bed to ''run out to the and and As a to butter the on the later. cooking Then fitted be can on put it if there is leave the shelf of stove. on the shelf. coffee two small pitcher with saucer. to on boilingand dining-room aired kitchen butter. night that There and for breakfast. going are tendency filled and to dust the buy food. and use Put bread cooking boiled cocoa. place. buy" table coffee sugar. the first thing is a fire is started. start the See that there boiling eggs is making and tablespoonfuls Place the eggs and is for put it into the coffeepot. kettle on put that see dining-room. saucepan. dining-room. this lesson will take up the cooking and serving of a breakfast. the Having learned the daily work of the bedroom. This is not the time interruptsthe regular morning's work. using enough boil. bread out.48 HOUSEKEEPING NOTES LESSON It is understood has not passed that I child no begins this examination satisfactory a who course in the work of first course. to it together as day. small Put Fill . Cut a an before materials almost each these things are as from the teakettle. cereal. in on a a a pretty dish. materials quired re- cereal with a and eggs. cupful of boilingwater. the breakfast in the kettle for Grind be made is all the good or scalding the pot After to A soon water water coffee. milk at in the house. so that in the followingweek's lesson all the be every must In the work morning breakfast. butter no it in coffee of cold dish. and the every-day dishwashing and cleaningup. and set dusted. milk and universal meal.

well.HOUSEKEEPING Leave of the course. and busy woman that to give. is ready. as is the that so realize that running ter but- II this lesson morning work. After cereal the review children. and . for When the cereal the cereal Put the coffee on eggs the table. the egfsfs for stove water. if the think can Place where stove timing setting. settled. cold place until breakfast. Last of all.fillthe and ready milk to in a In hot glasses. in the rest keep serve. they will be ready it in as soon as dish. and after it has serve When with ten and be and put into cold it boils take it from let it settle. on set at to a the into cold put serve heated Cover side of one be may desired. for the near the the set them.see before menu needed and table general written things 49 dining-room of the the COURSE saucers will get warm. place and The let it boil for and five minutes may coffee boilingwater minutes. and water the stove. and. ten Or Put aside ground coffee placed on the stove. they it table. for be can a fitting together of done. if the water boils. clear the table LESSON all the has thing in new more of the meal is an hour time and than a it half. with of all the for the still the to go cereal cooking. Try to make confusion back forth and in last lesson. done seldom the children of order. After The weather is due with no to lack method. table. Pour boilingwater minutes.

including dusting Now covered broom. be cleaned damp them closed. Allow curtains pieces of each one. dust pictures. boil for from dish the pipes. clean the bedroom. dining-room table. window bedclothes a cepting thoroughly ex- room should rooms the be cleaned front room this previous cleaning lesson. finish cooking So a little. clear under Eighth. III cleaned All of the Today washing. up across windows. Cover up.make and NOTES work preceding and following breakfast: fire. air the dining-room.put water into kettle to boil. things. set the Seventh. chair.brush to dust and LESSON far water hot water no the bed Ninth. wash a the breakfast.and place them down a first. As and taught a should drawers With in this if in another possible. after move.make and the breakfast. open placing the cooking the start Fifth.50 HOUSEKEEPING Rules for the First. all closets we to are give thorough cleaning. a Fourth. week.wash a dress. Sixth.piledishes for there is and the dishes and have we never the kitchen. Second. pin furniture heavy too to floor with windows brush ceilingand walls again with Sweep all movable done. put the kitchen in order. with cloth a on Take room.if once if cold. open broom. open even table. Third. put washing later. Sweep dust to . serve the table. windows . air the bed.if not.

fixtures.arrange each child to have she must child as busy as possible. LESSON become rehanging nickel.and in the that been if it is not have brass. and . the straight^ filled. also the there is Do clean them with Wash the If glass of the it to if a A the to room a taken a down. or- See attractive. Dampness dampness tarnishes brass and tarnish silver. forgetto not them. pictures before nickel should room. inkwell In to try following lesson.oil will loosen rubbing well windows.silver. food. clean lesson. cleaningof brass.plants watered blotter dead and off. a room clean.HOUSEKEEPING Then settle. regular day for polishing their will be dven nickel has been cleaned. see be clean are even. not all the have curtains All brass and It is the I them. housekeepers last previous a furniture. may shades taken keep for hard possible. silver. constantlyoccupied. After leaves Never and satisfactory. It the work is not gain knowledge by watching her own hands Brass. thorough cleaninglesson. shake be cleaned before them ing return- Some already polished. Gas. the woodwork stained a COURSE nickel. clean and the and yet chairs not that it looks derly.and The If thing. 5 Uncover floor. of doors out " it the in taught as dust the gas polish.and nickel so as natural others work IV must be polished when they tarnished. . silver.

Wet polish. saucer.52 HOUSEKEEPING In to cleaningbrass it is necessary the dirt. clean silver: Collect alcohol or Method. cloth to dirt remove grooves.to give To NOTES clean old also corrosion.) dusting.which off the wet second final dirtyand piece of cracks Wipe a the brass. and tray. pieces of polish.rubbing very old for hard kind full of holes. substituted for this cloth. stick under polish with wet has to be thrown match cloth an usually away. with will stay bright twice as long if treated with dry polish. becomes very Use from a and piece polish. a . Never It use them wears Method. Dust " cloths of any good cloth. apply the dry polish cloth. With a the dirt. or paper. old cloth. silver two the silver.with third. Rub Brass To Apply cleaning. be may newspaper.(Whiting A cheesecloth is powder good. newspaper. This hard. to newspaper An substance some : First collect the necessary A use higher luster. pieces of Three A for silver or Tissue polish cloth. water. of loosens polish. protect the table. a brass to which upon to the set article cleaned. Dry i^olish. " Dust old duster. and remove it polish. old cloth. piece of cloth. and a dry tray to be implements .tarnish.

polish off grooves Wash 53 alcohol lay it aside soft brush A cloth. not are lesson matches be made can the ways interesting very of lighting how lighting. thorough cleaningof should lesson This again. cheap. This and by studying candles' yet taken an gas expense. is used. To clean nickel Nickel : be cleaned may Wash all cloths that Have the cloths children in any used in the be used can the form kind same in the graduation washing out V it is well to have a This room. lesson more one the bedroom time be chosen. thoroughly dry. from silver some COURSE before water returning it to the drawer. may given of of housework. habit LESSON Before silver. apartments it is the into consideration talkingover made. are Remember. on in a piece of a is necessary newspaper with another the remove polish designs. etc. Turn gas is out not. as way in be made final review a of all work previous room-cleaning lessons.HOUSEKEEPING Mix this to polish and the silver and on When dry. that in use. the ing regardgas If you when smell . VI LESSON Gas have We of not homes. our In most gas. or silver in hot the to Rub saucer.

NOTES a be sputter. and is gas being wasted. a leak a once. the wick turn of the body show it perfectlyeven. leaving plenty of generated. cut piece of of the with soft paper. part a If sooty. there or mixer.a basin of Lamps of water.making lamp Fill the top.dust the chimney. oily. First. Daily Cleaning Two lamp cloths. clean . and a duster are needed. to If smell a match an is is turned be must of and something have a the is is of waste do noise where some- Gas healthy un- money. and Wash the chimney. shade. been with with at means in burns wrong to leak a until the windows If gas off there attended is noticed gas explosion. room In globes over are dusting wrench them. twist or ordinary fixtures. the gas. all the charred then rub with also any another part cloth. room. newspaper fore be- high enough this off. Dry seems within the to gas an inch which with of the may be .54 HOUSEKEEPING when gas the burner which breathe. the gas. as low Kerosene is is better lamplight to prettier. Wipe off the burner. If there the is swept. washing. dust them Wash them if fixtures. strike not lest there opened. that reservoir room for lamp. Lamps Lamps less be may than expensive read by The and used looks well as A gas. daily cleaningof the lamps also be must thought of. Next.be gas Never use they look careful polishon a time every at all not to dingy.

is if there the First. to The flaringup lighted lamp. it. a newspaper. in the up to hot soda inch an Put water. paper. a a cloths. If the it is necessary wick low. never rub together. When down. this cleaning take tray. lamp out. that dirty. scissors. Keep no kerosene all well. kerosene is lastingand would ruin for pans use. of the flame first turn smokes the chimney. two Cover month. a dish towel. if a the burner the is clear. are the cloths to soak. chamois. wash and water reservoir Trim. exclusivelyfor cleaning lamps. hot kerosene. the from in ones new Put parts of that all is tight.HOUSEKEEPING COURSE A bright light comes lighting the lamp. Remember that especialcare must be taken whenever . part of the burner every Fill the wick take soft paper using soda the tray with the if hot of pan duster. as 55 blow this might move a send the chimney. turn chimney In become to down never the heated the putting from into clean wick burners. Thorough This need have lamps For be done not of Lamps Cleaning oftener than once daily care. flame down into the kerosene. and with dry wash. allowing across the the slowly. Place newspaper. it apart. polish. water. Wash and boil them. top.soft and a tray and and shade Boil in the but old Put with wicks even is the odor for other an of old the the pan a See chimney lamp the upon chimney towel . the wicks.

stains (not from may Kerosene with soap is and soaps yellow or stains especiallygood porcelain tubs.etc.dust and cloth on the only not study a or VII LESSON This table dinner. wash give the for tissue wash and in every be and a taken with Do cloth. paper. Cleanser Dutch have sand it before A kind. These toilet paper. chamber.but since may out be with brightened with porcelain tub turpentine. chloride Close the closet. bar soap from take will be things. using the closet brush water the water thingshave that all movable bathroom. wash broom. bag a dish. pipes.the closet.and removed for with removing washing tub . use of any water). Wash a bathtub they scratch. spoila whole may NOTES the floor Wipe around the and tub thorough scrubbing after washing the tub. covered a not the from hot use a soda linty tub. A drop the on since but of be might almost it considers also sewer of called the lesson a bathroom brush or and a the floor with good cleaning in the closet covered and closet .after putting down with bathroom must water-closet. cleaningthe for cleaning the for brush a Now and in for towels things there these Besides cloths. or brush broom all the floor box closet been a the walls. again plumbing.56 HOUSEKEEPING kerosene is used.and the causes First. in cleaning. woodwork of lime. tin tub Sapolio. all movable the the cleaningof the bathroom. cloth hands gas.

laundry be for pipe A VIII six down water the chain water. putting them into separate piles: Table linen.to water-closet two three or the closet. old stains A pins.look stains. Bed In many Remove times scratches washing saves Stockings. the one divided Where at there lessons the discretion for washing is are of the teacher. seal at the water with the window. children This well.) be filled with allow sewer gas to holding the shape The fresh LESSONS The too next much to flush of the are be taught grouped together. The preparation of First important. sort the the clothes is very clothes. Explain the trap. was a water-closet Teach Clean water. tear proverb." clothes. sorting. since permanently. Colored Body linen. illustrates the nine. sewed '*A up stitch Pin before in time .HOUSEKEEPING with and soap bathroom At the least once seconds. under tube trate illus- to of the trap curve straighttube would into the house. Flannels. and washing. tears. make each over all stains washing sore piece for possiblebefore sets hands. week 57 all nickel connected cleaned. linen. glass medicine curved a wash boiling soda pour always the well to have (It is must means Then flush well pipe . silver as COURSE time. AND at IX lessons. get back to the afterwards.

can Do top. If clothes lx)ttom. . brush off. wet starch. Soak in Salt and Wet stain lemon and Blacking Paint Kerosene or kerosene tine. or in solution Javellewater. out all ink then soak possiblewith in milk. on Same bowl over with and soap tepid water.nd boilingwater. Coffee Boiling water Place pour stain for coffee. turpen- or turpentine Rust juice with lemon with cover juice Place salt.58 HOUSEKEEPING Soaking NOTES clothes in cold water and little soap a tates facili- washing. as Wash i. in sun. on Wash with short time a kerosene. on not clothes. : Reagent Kerosene Method Soak in kerosene.and To fine clothes and flannels soak remove stains place the colored soiled in the most table linen stockingsor or Stain Stove be soaked. Cover pour stain in alcohol Soak of salt and boilingwater. Soak in cold unwashable and . stain with dry water on cover Let it Repeat until clean. Ink Milk Soak water. if article.

Some X XI AND : of clothes laundresses depends say that upon rubbing and boilingis unnecessary.one cup to ten quarts water. LESSONS Washing The of clothes whiteness rinsing. . into bottles. pour cleaning or bleaching. ether. add water This ammonia.HOUSEKEEPING The out followingis COURSE 59 good cleaningsolution a for taking spots. Javelle Put water : pounds washing I gallon boiling water I pound the soda as much Strain Use of as and for of chloride into the of lime kettle and add Stir in the lime and Boil fifteen minutes. ether. makes one quart of fluid. keep on stirring dissolved. until soda 4 possibleis boilingwater. solution Cleaning Yz ounce Castile Yz ounce alcohol Yz ounce ether lYz The by you : soap ammonia ounces lukewarm I cup I pint cold water water alcohol. and ammonia mixed for the cold druggist. and water. any Dissolve soap the in lukewarm alcohol. will be .

clothes be cold and 5. Wash clothes 2. Very dirty coarse " shady places. few drops of . NOTES all after wringing. and washing water. (if they are to be boiled). the clothespinbag. or starch ness. let flannels lie in the water.6o HOUSEKEEPING Have clothes sorted. materials ready.mended. the Clean before line Clothespins. water. Shake soaked. stockingsin Wash helps to clothes. Rinse twice 3. Soap again twice after should the in hot Starch 6. thick- until smooth. sky-blue when pieces which clothes out (Bluing water up in the hand. whiten clothes colored Hang white clothes may be washed and using Do not a for " example. thoroughly and hang them on the line. soapy boil and Blue 4. Rinse boiling. should be clean. One quart of boilingwater starch pinch teach soon a to tablespoonful is average littlecold water salt. and in hot.) taken require it. Order Work: of 1.a little lard. men's easilyby laying them on alls over- board the wash- brush. and Starch To make starch will Judgment use for making of starch to First mix Add a : one starch thick or the of with a of amount thin.always kept hanging in the out clothes. Sun in fresh water rinse twice.

using. to make Boil Starch the clothes the clothes sure be added boiling water. it smoothness Be To Salt keeps when cold starch tablespoon starch I pint cold the to Let thin Use strain. Dip roll and dry.grease evenly are 34 teaspoon Mix it from stantly) (stirringcon- starch. or at least a an piece of iron. Bluing borax LESSON 'wash starched.Let the silk with cloth between Always should hour. on is apt to stick. hour.HOUSEKEEPING kerosene. thor- piece a of iron. piece of cloth. very with in hot a the oughly. cold-starched be out stand one piece of silk the in two take waters the up cloth from Iron used Ammonia be stir thoroughly dry. XII solution mentioned rub silk. white . prevent the starch To ironed. Pour about five minutes. on a before the them stand cool iron and hands. are water ingredients and wringing A gives drops turpentine just before cloth. 6l COURSE a silk and used it with the line. pieces and rollingthem Press may : soap Never water. wash and hang on spread tightly. enough : (moderately stifif) I Few Pieces cooked not sticking. article ironed over stickingto will iron. When sheet with and Rinse nearly dry. in water will tepid yellow white silk.

especiallystarched pieces. woolen the out tight. rinsingit. clean before putting on to heat.several hours them Spread on the a clean cloth table a sprinkleone of bowl at the table. the out time. old blanket this with firm be of each. using. which tightly. and the cover. XIII LESSON Ironing obtain clothes results good stand. Place also clothes . to Turn of the boiler. An Cover pinned on See that irons very are in the and covered with is good.clean..62 HOUSEKEEPING Care of -wash boilers Tin ruined after boiler in this way. clean a or let ironing. on paper Smooth water. tacked or before the articles. be in brush. . tightlyrolled.place a stationary Rinse the Always wipe it clothes have Many rust. un lay one edges. handkerchiefs. of that fine clothes tubs the them air after The cockroaches. first be must edges foldingturn should board material. etc. smooth. using the hand a Pull be folded on top of the other. thoroughly the dry near and in the bottom towel not touch the metal.so Care : apt are NOTES well. and To a white muslin some thick it shoiild be cover. : and dried thoroughly tubs do been boiler down upside boilingclothes.dampen thoroughly.napkins. and The together. ironing board The on. When stove. towels. may Plain must when ironing. taught to be must tubs damp as be pupils must They attract for the care cracks. warped.

iron. air to a on flat surface.HOUSEKEEPING Before beginning testing irons. the irons become smoother heated. napkins. linen Table it is until should be The ironed few folds borders of first . and smoother until stops rising. and water placed the from ironing board cloth for a bowl of sandpaper irons. as soon the are be should article hung the on frame be exception. very Iron the holder. entire course in hot suggestions laundress thoroughly good subject give but are often be washed should In in many a cases laundry soda water. a stickiness the not stand. should be right hand.when steam the greater glossy more the it will the of pressure of the surface iron. but you article table. laundry on child must it would work. are iron a wax. material will be. study be well To this to . a newspaper to iron an 63 COURSE each piece The perfectly dry. as towels longer they starched pieces the until become irons hot. and remove coarser Do be to upon Iron for cloth (or salt) iron. Irons These be a a few an for weeks. Each it is ironed. and redampening clothes. do not of edge entirely dry. work. the the at first. as the ironed be should in folded then and possible in as pull as a tablecloth. be should handkerchiefs and napkins single thickness a by the measure the with square edge. keeping each There pressed. they should laid as chiefs handker- and Tablecloths.

or a slighterror I. for ready FOR children For will show year'sinstruction SUGGESTIONS of decide servingof deciding the price. shall proper amount of teacher should The of the kitchen settingof dishes Each food after dinner be must take note last thing is to of (as well kitchen other dining-room of the order the and tidiness the meal . a in class. mistake. Test Demonstration Set or the allotted task Beginning with one hundred. Task written of names taught a stration demon- a age assistance. . value table . preferableto is often on teacher EXAMINATIONS thirteen under examination oral test. washing Dish- perfectly. of the scraping after each as work that the fire is raked piling of and course). each should count five. all-nightfire. be done must The considered. number Allow note of mistake but one every may off. without take and reallywell known. the off pupils final examination. orderly. The be left clean and also must see for itself what left for and down slow. damper. arrange out kitchen everything table.64 HOUSEKEEPING NOTES LESSON This a lesson is devoted simple dinner. the be XIV see necessary that for making draught. and the a teacher and cooking during the preparationof the and the to class should cooked. This of the whether and lesson last dinner much how the class is Write slipsof occupations which each child to draw a have is a the paper been slipand of years to teacher perform making cocoa.

check. and each the stove clean damper startingfire. Tell how is cocoa made. tin. bed. Task 2. Task l^ask box Questions furnishinga flat. were with board brass. Wash kitchen table and clean sink with soda. Dust the front 8. from rust Show iron. Examination I. and put in proper ironing. Wash out Task 4. 7.HOUSEKEEPING check and for right are 6$ COURSE hot fire. wash apart for as ice box. Task 5. Clean Task 14. and damper Task for p. Fix draught. Task J. Task Fix and draught. Fix draught. for damper as ing. ironing for place everythingnecessary 75. dishes washing be done. Explain Task 6. kept from 75. should smellingmusty. Task and to how what Tell 10. Show how you Task clean room would you as each morning.what the floors? would you do . Show how clean you how to how you take bed for bedbugs. Cover Give Clean silver. clear dishes and pileas washing. keep fire all night. morn- after would you fire is started. check. it should Task for is needed Show how kitchen Show how bread closet should be oughly thor- cleaned. check. Task how 12. Set table for four. out morning airing. Take bed Make bread box. thorough cleaning. lamp a If you be washed. II.

What kind of beds 5. What is 21. What will take 20. What When When 12. What kind of kitchen NOTES furniture What kind would 4. not would dish towels? dishpan from getting rusty ? 19.and fire to last is it better How can gets red-hot. do part of kitchen closets first? sink? first and you then clean 'the closets. would are of other in the beds? you walls have you wooden would have you ? 3. what oven wash you tin shake it with? handle do to the stove? black in dish or when keep you poke when and door do a damper do over of use want are coal? How often the it? arrange you and draught wrong 15. how you oven where room fire is well started and Why 18. How curtains 8. Why 6. When 13. how stove parlor? best? ask to waste 17. . How bathe want you you do? the often 16. H to is hot to use you and do you check hot oven. 10. be? cool it ofif? night. a lightingfire? 14. If you wish 9. draught. do there damper.what should draught fire than a you and damper a it? is hot.66 HOUSEKEEPING 2. How in before should decorate to flat? your do with can buy? the landlord people. in the you do you how 11. In washing cleaning a main or the rust soda kitchen from an iron for? thoroughly. What 7.

How often 31. What is the best 37. What 27. Why 24. What mattress 38. How can do you add wash out. How do 36. such as butter ? or How smells. Why is 39. How do 33. and sweet can how? out with- and smell? 32. What would be the result if you in closet before do 23. If you find 28. Why do a windows? wash you for mattress cheaper. Where should keep 30. shelves put things back glass jars for dry groceries? use washing to 67 COURSE milk from should ice box keep you gettingsour? a be garbage cleaned. How must 35. get rid of them? left-over food.what pail or you is kerosene milk dry? were water? wooden a where 29. What do you wash the use if bed with to bugs prevent bed- ? 43. but is a bed? still good? feather bed unhealthful? should you turn should use we a a the mattress? sheet be to tuck in well ? pad between the and mattress the sheet? 42. How would take you wash you and darkened been from rust iron wipe saucepan? saucepan the bottom on that had by the stove? coffeepotbe cleaned? 34. What do bed? you bugs are found in the . How long 4T. If the wood we 25.HOUSEKEEPING 22. If you of the closet have should 26. to for? good how keep you box put it to dry? not cockroaches. How often 40.

often washing 58. Is it 49. When do you open good best kind to do do you When and lay a how would should 60. When should a dry duster 47. What NOTES is necessary do to to 45. close draught. What damper. dining-room? ? would What dining-room? the close kitchen 57. and fire lightly? do polishthe top you from rust from rust iron of a and tin iron kettle? an of temperature be water for dishes? result if food is the care check. the table? open keep you before In under damper. utensils? you airing a 59. and remove the is returned to closet closet is dry? room. What not? Why opened? be close you Why How duster? check? open How be be used? draught? you close be used? duster air the the dusting cloth? feather a windows must do of windows open 55. When do you brush up 54.68 HOUSEKEEPING 44. When do you 52. What is the 46. When should a damp 48. How 51. top and What close damper. opened? check? stove 56. When 50. When do you dust the 53. and draught. use must When cleaningit morning? every When in room a do makes crack ? why bottom we the do we open the windows ? give windows covers of every a stove morning? warp and .

. For a its family Where 74. few a cleaning water prevent windows? weekly cleaning. bed- free it all odor? is it well Why even drawers. and stuffed no chairs ? 71. Why 75. Give bathtub a have to useless few woolen fancy ornaments. with bathroom? is the lintycloth a freezing while 6y.HOUSEKEEPING 61. how order Give the order of of work How do 70. work the in removing chamber bedroom. and out paper? wood if water-closet box often ? is not kept clean ? y6. If gas? sewer a weather to clean use cold. a of in order the to clothes. for money a danger much how month? wood to clean rooms. tablecloths. food will place? coal would 73. If you haven't take 72. What are the diseases prevented by that air and sun might have in the been house? . What would to 62. is Why do you kettle if 69 COURSE with the it necessary very pot greasy it in hot water washing remove a is not or cient suffi- grease? flush to the water-closet thoroughly? 6^. Why 65. What would six in three of use you you keep is it necessary is the what meat. can washing beginning with 68. What causes 64. morning wash you from in the you for the beginning with 69. Why is it wrong to fine sand soap? is it bad of 66.

84. week. very second once a cents many the as food of knowledge of cooking children o'clock. What makes What is kerosene What are What is soda What is ammonia sours should water garbage by a trained dinner class pupils in They dinner arrive been (being if the marketing the During but be when done eating possible. How much 82. What is the 79. of the be forgotten. the class meet their according to for? are Home five bad? graduated nurse. How does consumption? in dirt and danger much so houses 81. out the for each should for menu person) values. get into dust ? water pupils have dinners and dirt milk? What serving dust? ? 80. up" ''cleaning must well. After NOTES decided to upon have at the the menu end for of the the next week's preceding week's .70 HOUSEKEEPING y'j. specialclasses or drink we good ashes . It is better dinner as in Class consists allowed formed work House- the from Nursing Course. What will prevent 78. preparation dinner. Why drink 83.make so well of only over the who have courses. about day? for? good satisfactorily passed the The each for? Dinner A our for? good good a smell can Courses. work the social part is They do meal.is first and be to and ducted con- useful.

Lesson 6 Lesson J Emergencies. of Lesson 4 Lesson 5 bath. Schedule Ethics guest school-teacher Lesson The J\ fair amount a dinners the girlsor good General ten or COURSE of External : injections how preparedand : poultices. . each one to Eight At person. pneumonia. bed use for the relation of its parts. com- etc. of ice. j helplesspatients. typhoid fever.HOUSEKEEPING lesson. of Choice and of care and sick bedmaking Appliances General The mother of an inspiration as care the of a use bed Nursing Classes room.use applications administered. 2 related to the sick. " Special diseases: tuberculosis. of do the is cents these a human of Work for body and the home nursing. invalid cooking. presses. patient. Lesson The is " for i Lesson Beds the " allow to work. Lesson Nursing 8 of convalescents.

Never In give more baby. give warmth a hot to water the baby. No before Do its mouth this always as It the and sisters bath before warm. even thing every- should for never a small . This baby a wet. either in its bed it is very baby's small it is wet. dressing a baby. or carriage. of care use and a just is some reason crying. baby candy. separate place for the a baby is. the See that grown If the bag the in lap under undressing a diapers. Remember for made child have how matter chamber. frightensa baby let cold water a the makeshift. who or their little brothers Get everythingready baby.teach after the it to baby's nap baby cries. cannot room for the is very room would person NOTES pacifier. be the blanket to In wet children to nurse feel necessary. use hangs be a than from the Sloane the shoulders.72 HOUSEKEEPING Notes lesson on of fourteen given by trained have fifteen. it in any scare sensitive. dry it quickly.there a give it a and is simply a often baby stay Never to small that if sore Very way. or in its Never let baby. warmer undressing than have warm. where dress long. its back. twenty-seven inches The dress. In washing or baby's a face. cries because speak loudly to makes run to down wash its face in cold water. Never a some the bath.

it is not the ready are your baby.never a of purchased ready-made. useless fresh. clothes The materials. put it in there you with the you and When water Soap over when ready into the tub. can be extremely simple.first putting a the child. the LAYETTE THE for Clothes Purchase A clothes does baby things. longer.but Young doll the size of a for it the make the baby a for necessary need not only enough Baby lot of a keep to a the class have and baby. it is to bathe baby a on the than the face and bathing a baby. put the baby in. it warm. Of be for Necessities made out if they baby : 4 flannel bands 3 flannel shirts 2 flannel 2 white skirts skirts inexpensive for clothes for the money course. expensive.as getting the baby actuallygoes on bath a bath the for water and head into the bath. rather hand made by and they will clothes than should give better value last longer. . quality wear be should expended. goods afforded. wash In 73 COURSE to elbow. table. and dainty.HOUSEKEEPING the body to way a Have putting the child before wash blanket the table it for will need you delay between if it is not hot too towel hotter bath for your The best is the always time bared elbow. tooi hot for baby. try the first. of better Baby's overtrimmed.

as they chafe infant. yards. washed flannels should be with carefullydried.4 yards make 3 diapers.and stockings(when big enough to wear stockings)should be washed is and NOTES wide. a to care washed throughout. A a % " Diaper " yards VI. as 2 yards . All of have the small a to be diapers. in. n. into shape Materials Dress not near and before being the in water flannels should should They left to be dry. every tepid skin flannels shrinking. 10 Flannel. i diapers.dresses. " 36 inches. Nightgown or night-slip 27 inches. stretched 2 dozen) starch. temperature same L washing powders should soap (See Laundry Lesson. for: 2y inches " The prevent rinsed Have fire. 2)^ yards. 36 wide. 2 Skirt V. shirts. i yard makes (4) bands. Band. small baby always wears safeguard against rupture a flannel (or as or a knitted band support to its . cambric or nainsook. 24-inch. 2% yards . shirts. 2^ inches yards . 20-inch. diaper. " make Merino 9 yard flannel for four 18-inch.74 HOUSEKEEPING 3 dresses 2 or 3 night-slips A number of (from I A he No day.or poison the The be three coat be used. IV. Band 1.) water. bluing. especiallyin the to one and cap diapers baby's bands. yards.

then several are of ways Chemise or weather.or same be the first. petticoats. skirts they bring as making the are flannel up Ordinarily petticoatsare made skirt is not front. There bands. .then on goes must scallops around buttonholed. Merino a goods long. are dressing baby. Shirts. best. This the hemmed buttons and The and and be may neck hemmed.little body) for warmth.as the not soon. by or it may featherstitched. the it prevents Gertrude This be finished in the or wool- or get the first size. fastens be all-wool Petticoat. shoulders baby with ribbon. featherstitched. The baby should shirts III.The or straight and eighteen Blanket. long IV.or that the bands across and be cut may way. Bands so the II. baby's chest. Flannel shirt and these be torn they may time. Pinning This is not In his feet but muslin size will fit second The and the cold the on tape band from baby or pinned loosely). petticoat. and-flannel for Make goods. the flannel over six inches at least three necessary. and should Bands (three-quartersof flannel fine white 75 COURSE HOUSEKEEPING a be of made yard will make left with raw four bands). back open or holes button- finished arms bottom . buttonholed may wide freely.especiallyin on too diaper (which the Do best. have them baby outgrows using them edges shirts. inches the will stretch.

wool. White Use soft-finished muslin.or dimity. knots. trimmed of at with the are soft bottom. or or The seams. Diapers may Bird's-eyelinen be is made from excellent.76 HOUSEKEEPING V. rosettes and and French and hand plain hem a dress dresses featherstitchingor be not a of finer material Little French entirelyby with finished between difference main is that the dress is made should be and day-slips. nainsook. VII. finished with and sleeves and a a row nar- plain cambric. The elaborate pattern.and Nightgowns cambric. at nainsook. made in Petticoat. cotton Day-slipsmay stripedor night-slips bottom. of made lace frill at the are skirts may lace. batiste. These or NOTES and day-slip a after the a more daintiest. flan- of finer materials " and featherstitching with finished be crossbar made flannel. They material. made and Slips. diaper cloth . hem. trimmed with made VIII.so a are number cotton of materials. The hem It maybe of the material. and Baby dresses ribbons. nightgowns. with VI. Dresses. princess style and with sleeve-edges bottom be may bands finished with bodies or hand. or finished at the neck bias bands narrow ruffle. French baby These should made are have the at an be broidery em- muslin gathered on should They made by should be white cambric. nel-and-wool. cambric. a the top. Diapers. and of of neck edges either soft-finished perfectlyplain.

powders pure or diaper with twice narrow a sizes and inch materials. laun- . width should be twenty.HOUSEKEEPING and the of length hem. of kinds different should Never the COURSE flannelette. Diapers from eighteen. They ironed. of use three and washed be finish and washing with 77 Cut each each end different twenty-four good. soap bluing and in made not dering.

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serving to prevent Tea fire just before sugar and a boiling water. cold milk 2 3 minutes or ^ZZ or beater Take point . and and Six sugar add just before Milk for to with water 3 cups milk together in cocoa this the milk.COOKING COURSE 79 RECIPES Cocoa 12 teaspoons 12 teaspoons Scald milk. it to the scalded Cinnamon from and 3 cups for it flavor Beat little boil with scum. cocoa Mix sugar Add water. milk sweeten cinnamon. Children to comes with a boiling pinch of .

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first boiling all together for minutes. Mix fry . put over least at celery salt 3 quarts cold hour. flour and butter. boil for ham Add or more. strain into the serving dish. in for slowly through soft.and bacon together hour.pepper. turnips strain. boil bacon fine and onion turnip for fat. salt night over onion and pork until . bacon. cut in small pieces Add the after together. add onion until and a Soup % pound bacon ^ onion chopped pepper to taste light brown. Then let boil 3 hours. a A pepper.COOKING Wash with and salt gives stalks Soak pepper celery beans night. minutes. good a cold sieve. celery. salt. an water in cold water . I pint water Bits of ]/%teaspoon leaves cloves 2 tablespoons butter I slice onion 3 tablespoons flour the salt and add rubbed very well few first six ingredients 20 with Bind soda. put fine.and Strain. 3 teaspoons y^. flavor.teaspoon 4 or Soup beans cups hours little celery chopped Bean 2 2 Cook water. Soup tomatoes can or onion the stove on Tomato I chopped i put in salt. soak peas 8l COURSE 2 teaspoons i teaspoon sugar . serve hot. strain i and . onion.and Turnip 2 soda 4 Cook a bay salt thyme.

Place " it from onion I saucepan with 3/2 pound salt pork cups slices. to brown put in pan chopped onion and . add to are Cook soft.pepper. add Yz and pepper. used. in this order pint milk i fish. with cover the hot softened milk. can corn Flour. are broken dish. Chowder i into small of and add corn fat with I pound squares. them pork (saving the fat). cook water . Add . salt and (or 6) 3 water quart milk the Put lightly. fry them boilingwater Corn 2 into minutes. pour Potatoes.butter onions a layers in fish. over crackers until all the materials fish mixture Arrange and large a with 20 of onions pan onions. 3 alternate Yz i pounds butter then i add 2 Cut in fresh boiler and to for potatoes (cut in small pieces). cook the until potatoes flour . i tablespoon Pepper pork Now salt. chowder. Cut first potatoes. and butter Take and in the whole take the out the pork ture let the mix- fire and add i^^ crackers. and Salt squares hour. milk.and put into stock kettle .then continue into Cover the whole simmer Scald for pint tablespoons of Dust crackers. and and cup tablespoon flour. salt. At the . potatoes.82 HOUSEKEEPING mash of through milk sweet colander. NOTES Return thickened with Fish Chowder fish large potatoes 8 hard I large onion Pepper.

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be with inch . (Recipe of 2 cups I teaspoon flour 4 lard i I Mix and with a knife. cut in butter gradually the milk. spoons tea- 2 carrots " vegetables. with flour. Add onion with browned and add tie. mixing dough (more board butter roll milk may needed) lightlyto Yz vegetabledish the half of gravy serving. with knife to toss on floured and bake to pour cup dry ingredients and lard thickness for a . soft Add crust) teaspoons baking powder tablespoon milk sift meat Use pie when and and twice.) neces- crumbs. Spread piecesof Dredge 85 COURSE beef. 2 rots car- and tables.mix thicken spoons tablestock meat the meat put in baking dish. in this crust still remaining . pour which about half off water. ^ Pie Vegetable shoulder or with it.and over and 2 pan oven Meat Yz pound pan. salt and rolls with beef and (Moisten pepper. little cold a have hours 2 over potatoes and liquor. sear Place in hot. vegewith cover a crust. strained pour Cook water. steak tomato round pounds I pound potatoes. 2 boiling cups hour. add drain more.COOKING Mix together bread with salt and crumbs drippings in rolls. baking in slow chopped pork. sliced thin onion. roll and Melt pepper. chopped fine I Boil for meat . this gravy been . boil for hour 3^ flour with with this . 2 or milk if son sea- sary. cover in over a oven. chopped fine of sliced thin good-sized carrots.

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