Price List Mooresville, Indiana




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Product

Brand Name

Sold in Units of

Price per Unit

Diet Pills

 Ju-Van

20 capsules 

$1.00 

Doll

 

1 doll

$1.95

Evergreen 

3-4 ft. 

1 tree

$1.49

Frying Pan

 

1 pan

$1.75

Hose, Garden 

A

50 foot hose

$2.25

Matches

Kitchen

6 boxes

$0.20

Milk of Magnesia

A

1 bottle

$0.57

Polish, Cedar Oil 

A

1 bottle

$0.10

Postage Stamp

U.S. ground postage

1 stamp

$0.03

Postcard

U.S. postcard w/ postage

1 postcard

$0.01

Sled, Snow

 

1 sled

$6.95

Toothbrush 

West's 

1 toothbrush

$0.50

Toothpaste 

West's 

1 bottle

$0.25

  Housing

Dwelling

Type

Cost 

Tenement Building

2 Bedroom, 1 Bath

$12.00/month rent

Apartment Building

2 Bedroom, 1 Bath

$19.00/month rent

House, Bungalow

2 Bedroom, 1 Bath

$35.00/month mortgage

House, Two-Story

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath

$45.00/month mortgage

* All of these prices were taken from issues of the Mooresville (Indiana) Times, 1932-1933.

Budget Planning Sheet

Parent:

Parent:


Child:

Child: Period:



Occupation: ______________________

Housing, Type:_______________________

 

Monthly Salary:____________________

Savings:_________________________


  Housing Cost per Month:_______________

 

Subtotal _______________

Food Item/Cost – (for family of 4)

 Clothing/Cost – Mother, father, 2 children

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Subtotal _______________



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Subtotal _______________


Entertainment/Cost


Miscellaneous/Cost



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 Subtotal _______________

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Automobile, Type ____________________

Cost per Month ______________________

Accessories & Maintenance/Cost

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 Subtotal _______________

Total Monthly Budget _____________________




Occupation and
Salary Chart




Occupation

Weekly Salary*

Savings

Factory Worker

$16.89

$33.50

Cook

$15.05

$29.00

Accountant

$45.28

$180.00

Doctor

$61.11

$488.00




*National Averages for 1932

Name: _________________________ Date: ___________ Period: ______


Directions: After completing the above budget answer the following questions individually and attach to your group’s budget sheet.


  1. Which of the above purchases would be the most important for a depression-era father, mother, child? Why?



  1. What did you have to sacrifice as a result of your income realities? What was the hardest thing to give up?



  1. What would it have been like to live on this budget? Could you live comfortably? Why or why not?



  1. What would the economic future be for this family? Why?



  1. What expenses does a modern American family have? How does it compare to a depression-era family?



  1. How economically secure are modern American families?



  1. What does poverty look like in modern America?



  1. Would it be more challenging to face poverty during the Great Depression or today? Why?




  1. Using a scale 1 (not at all) to10 (very much) how concerned are you about poverty in America. Why?
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