October 13, 2005 in Home

Inside this week’s issue

The Spokesman-Review

Vintage purses

Handbags may contain more than everyday essentials.

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Classy glass

Dolores Grim cherishes “moon and stars” pattern candy bowl and cream and sugar set.

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Don’t mess with history

Antiques usually retain highest value when they are left the way they were made.

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Lake beauty

Howard and Joann Walker brought Southwest flair to their home on Lake Roosevelt.

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Decorate for fall

Pumpkins, leaves and decorative branches are no further away than your yard.

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Old wood still good

Recycling hardwood floors preserves beauty and history.

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Next year’s seasoning

Fall is the time to plant your garlic for the coming season.

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End of season

Crisp fall air reminds us it’s time to close up the cabin for another season.

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Fun for whole family

Susan Rae’s Animal Fair promises activities for pets and humans too.

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