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Could You Pass A 1955 Home Ec Class?

Back in 1955, home economics was one of the most important classes a person could master! But things were mighty different during America's golden era. Think you could still pass a 1955 home economics test? Let's find out!
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According to this 1955 home economics class, when is the best time of day to have breakfast?
9:30 AM
7:30 AM
8:30 AM

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According to old school home economics teachers, hair was to be shampooed how many times a week?
Every day
Every 2 or 3 days
Every two weeks

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What would be the first course of an at home 3-course dinner?
Soup
Salad
Bread

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When baking, which of these gits sifted?
Flour
Sugar
Coffee

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For what would you most likely use a mallet?
Flattening pie dough
Tenderizing meat
Crushing ice

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Which is the best centerpiece for a summer dining table?
Garden flowers
A bowl of fruit
A bowl of vegetables

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Which of these fibers is a vegetable fiber?
Cotton
Wool
Silk

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Which of these fancy dishes is at risk to "fall"?
Angel food cakle
Souffle
Creme brulee

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When choosing footwear, what must they be suited to, other than the occasion?
The weather
Your feet
Your tastes

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What kind of food might have a "lattice"?
A pie
A steak
Bread

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Which of these might be kept in a box?
Bread
Flour
Zucchini

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What kind of clothing stain has to be removed by bleach?
Wine
Ink
Blood

C+, Home Economics Fail

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Unfortunately, you wouldn't have passed this home economics class back in 1955! Though you would have tried to keep a home in the 1950s, the rules and guidelines were far more rigorous than they are today!!

B+, Home Economics Pass

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Congratulations, you could have passed a home economics test back in 1955! Though times sure have changed since the 50s, you still know how to keep a house and keep up appearances the old fashioned way. Sure, many of these habits have fallen by the wayside, but you're doing your best to keep it alive!

A+, Home Economics Expert

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Back in the 1950s, home economics was far more important than it is today! After all, keeping up a house and keeping up appearances were of the utmost importance. Whether it was baking and cooking or fashion and parenting, you could pass a 1955 economics class any day of the week. You still live the old fashioned way and we sure like it!
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1
According to this 1955 home economics class, when is the best time of day to have breakfast?
9:30 AM
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
2
According to old school home economics teachers, hair was to be shampooed how many times a week?
Every day
Every 2 or 3 days
Every two weeks
3
What would be the first course of an at home 3-course dinner?
Soup
Salad
Bread
4
When baking, which of these gits sifted?
Flour
Sugar
Coffee
5
For what would you most likely use a mallet?
Flattening pie dough
Tenderizing meat
Crushing ice
6
Which is the best centerpiece for a summer dining table?
Garden flowers
A bowl of fruit
A bowl of vegetables
7
Which of these fibers is a vegetable fiber?
Cotton
Wool
Silk
8
Which of these fancy dishes is at risk to "fall"?
Angel food cakle
Souffle
Creme brulee
9
When choosing footwear, what must they be suited to, other than the occasion?
The weather
Your feet
Your tastes
10
What kind of food might have a "lattice"?
A pie
A steak
Bread
11
Which of these might be kept in a box?
Bread
Flour
Zucchini
12
What kind of clothing stain has to be removed by bleach?
Wine
Ink
Blood

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