Heloise, the popular syndicated Household Hints feature columnist for King Features Syndicated, has been promoting "green" cleaning tips in her column since its inception more than 35 years ago.
Syndicated Household Hints Advice Columnist Heloise has been writing her popular daily newspaper feature since 1977, when she assumed the writing duties following her mother's death.
HANDS ON - - The original syndicated newspaper columnist Heloise Cruse is shown in a 1962 publicity photo promoting her "Hints From Heloise" column, which was taken over by her daughter, including the "Heloise" pen-name, in 1977, following her mother's death.
Heloise, the "Queen of Cleaning," is feeling especially "green conscious" this week.
JUMP TO IT - - King Features "household hints" popular syndicated columnist Heloise always learns from the experiences of her readers, including skydiving recently with the Golden Knights, to experience another side of "the wild blue yonder." Her "Ask Heloise" column has been a fixture in n…
STOP THE PRESSES - - Laura LaBella, a fourth grade teacher at Oak Glen Elementary School in Lansing, Ill., displays the published column from syndicated "Household Hints" columnist Heloise that appeared in the Sunday, Aug. 8, 2010 edition of The Times featuring tips from her students.
Laura LaBella of Lansing has always been a fan of syndicated "Household Hints" columnist Heloise and admits she reads her daily in The Times.
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