Sadie here. When we saw this 1955 "Good Housewife's Guide" from Housekeeping Monthly, I promptly forwarded it to my fiance, (sleeping at home, natch) who, by its standards, is a lamentably poor house husband. He neither has dinner prepared for me, removes my shoes, speaks in a low, soothing and pleasant voice, nor "knows his place." Let alone freshens his makeup or puts a bow in his hair! It's this sort of behavior that sends a woman into the arms of her secretary. Or am I applying archaic standards? [Alcade]