Paula showed me this and I just gotta pass it along.
Angel Chang shared from something that was written a couple months before I was born.
As I was growing up we even had that huge Good Housekeeping Cookbook multiple volume set (sent one segment at a time)
sitting on a shelf; and that artwork. Seemed so modern and cool.
Have a hoot
In May of 1955, Housekeeping Monthly published an article entitled, “The Good Wife’s Guide," detailing all the ways that a wife should act and how best she can be a partner to her husband and a mother to her children. Highlights 3.) Prepare yourself. Take 15 minutes to rest so you’ll be refreshed when he arrives. Touch up your makeup, put a ribbon in your hair and be fresh-looking. He has just been with a lot of work-weary people. 4.) Be a little gay and a little more interesting for him. … 8.) Children are little treasures and he would like to see them playing the part. Minimize all noise. … 10.) You may have a dozen important things to tell him, but the moment of his arrival is not the time. Let him talk first — remember, his topics of conversation are more important than yours. … 11.) Make the evening his. Never complain if he comes home late or goes out to dinner, or other places of entertainment without you. Instead, try to understand his world of strain and pressure and his very real need to be at home and relax. 14.) Don’t complain if he’s late home for dinner or even if he stays out all night. Count this as minor compared to what he might have gone through that day. 16.) Arrange his pillow and offer to take off his shoes. Speak in a low, soothing and pleasant voice. 17.) Don’t ask him questions about his actions or question his judgment of integrity. Remember, he is the master of the house and as such will always exercise his will with fairness and truthfulness. You have no right to question him. 18.) A good wife always knows her place.Oh and the comments section is almost as fun as the article ;-P