The Iowa Homemaker

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The present tendency toward comparatively small families eliminates to a great extent the possibility of passing clothes on from one member of the family to another. Even in a large family it is not always a desirable thing to do, since a garment selected for one child is not necessarily becoming to another. Far better, then, to plan for each child to wear out his own clothes in so far as possible.



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