HELOISE'S WORK AND MONEY SAVER by Heloise Cruse

HELOISE'S WORK AND MONEY SAVER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the kind of book we like to push under the rug (she does the King Features columns--other Heloise books have been compiled therefrom) and we were going to handle it with rubber gloves but we just cut off the cuffs to make rubber bands out of them. This is a money saver. The other would have been a work saver. And it seems to us that neither objective is accomplished really when you ""save a piece of foil you have used for something else and washed and set aside"" and then dry it in the oven. Well--she's full of notions in and out of the kitchen, the supermarket, the drygoods store, and about cleaning, decorating, cooking, gardening, painting, etc. Her readers have come up with some real jim dandies too: ""From South Carolina: 'When you empty your pencil sharpener, don't throw away the contents. Using the shaving to fill a small PINCUSHION for your sewing basket.... One of these makes a nice gift, too.

Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1967
Publisher: Prentice-Hall