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Behind The Tv Camera, Carolynn DeLay 2017 Iowa State University

Behind The Tv Camera, Carolynn Delay

The Iowa Homemaker

Me, a television director? That was a far away pipe dream when I first stumbled upon the idea that I might like to make my career in the challenging medium of television.


Child Development Experts Study "Multiple Mother" Effects, Carol Calhoon 2017 Iowa State University

Child Development Experts Study "Multiple Mother" Effects, Carol Calhoon

The Iowa Homemaker

Mothering and its effect on child growth is the subject of current child development research.


Campus Tours, Inc., Patty Anderson 2017 Iowa State University

Campus Tours, Inc., Patty Anderson

The Iowa Homemaker

You are now approaching the campus, folks, and on your right we have the ... "You may be conducting "guided tours" of the campus this spring when friends or parents come for Veishea.


Reflections Of You, Sylvia Noid 2017 Iowa State University

Reflections Of You, Sylvia Noid

The Iowa Homemaker

Women at Iowa State have a way of decorating their mirrors with sayings and quotations clipped from various sources such as magazines and textbooks. These choice words range from tempting thoughts to spiritual philosophy, and often give a peek at the woman's personality.


China Cues For Smart Shoppers, Doris Post 2017 Iowa State University

China Cues For Smart Shoppers, Doris Post

The Iowa Homemaker

China tableware of good quality is perhaps one of the most prized possessions a homemaker can have. And selecting a life~time pattern often confronts the college woman planning for marriage or career.


As Others See Us, Tom Emmerson, Beth Lambeth, Sue Guernsey 2017 Iowa State University

As Others See Us, Tom Emmerson, Beth Lambeth, Sue Guernsey

The Iowa Homemaker

"O wad some pow'r the giftie gie us to see ourselves as others see us"


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.40, No.1, Tom Emmerson, Beth Lambeth, Sue Guernsey, Doris Post, Sylvia Noid, Patty Anderson, Carol Calhoon, Carolynn DeLay, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Laveda Jansonius, Marty Keeney, Diane Houser, Carol Shellenbarger 2017 Iowa State College

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.40, No.1, Tom Emmerson, Beth Lambeth, Sue Guernsey, Doris Post, Sylvia Noid, Patty Anderson, Carol Calhoon, Carolynn Delay, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Laveda Jansonius, Marty Keeney, Diane Houser, Carol Shellenbarger

The Iowa Homemaker

As Others See Us, Tom Emmerson, Beth Lambeth and Sue Guernsey, page 6

China Cues for Smart Shoppers, Doris Post, page 8

Reflections of You, Sylvia Noid, page 9

Campus Tours, Inc., Patty Anderson, page 10

Child Development Experts Study “Multiple Mother” Effects, Carol Calhoon, page 11

Behind the TV Camera, Carolynn DeLay, page 12

Gray Meals, One Subject of Food Technology, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, page 14

Coed Chooses Spring Fashion’s Fancy, Laveda Jansonius, page 17

Expand Your World, Marty Keeney, page 18

RAIN, Diane Houser, page 21

What’s Going On?, Carol Shellenbarger, page 22


A Pie That "Just Growed", Caroline Fisher 2017 Iowa State University

A Pie That "Just Growed", Caroline Fisher

The Iowa Homemaker

You're familiar with custard pie and its main ingredients eggs, sugar and milk. Southerners have a similar recipe but have substituted butter for all or most of the milk. The result is an uniquely flavored masterpiece known as chess pie.


Little Things Mean A Lot, Phyllis Hall 2017 Iowa State University

Little Things Mean A Lot, Phyllis Hall

The Iowa Homemaker

Do you want to make a good impression? Of course you do! During our college days we have the biggest opportunity to develop our "little" social graces as well as the big ones. f n the rush of college life girls often neglect the little things that mean so much in making a good impression with their dates.


I Plunged Right In..., Betty Gregory 2017 Iowa State University

I Plunged Right In..., Betty Gregory

The Iowa Homemaker

Six short months ago I graduated from college. Three weeks after graduation I was on my way East to a new job.


Amateur Milliners Fashion Own Easter Bonnets, Marilyn Miller 2017 Iowa State University

Amateur Milliners Fashion Own Easter Bonnets, Marilyn Miller

The Iowa Homemaker

The white straw hat trimmed with delicately tinted silk organza petals and a narrow green velvet ribbon that Suzanne Dahlmeier, T.C. 3, will be wearing this Easter may look like a "French Room" creation but it isn't. Her mother, Mrs. Willis Dahlmeier, made it for her in a hatmaking class taught by Mrs. Eugene Criss, an Iowa State graduate.


You're In Demand, Judie Wright 2017 Iowa State University

You're In Demand, Judie Wright

The Iowa Homemaker

The horizon is bright for home economics graduates. The scientific era has put them in demand more than ever. Iowa State's Home Economics Placement Bureau can't begin to keep up with the demands for home economics graduates.


New York-, Charlene Caldwell 2017 Iowa State University

New York-, Charlene Caldwell

The Iowa Homemaker

Dirty Streets, teeming with children, the putrid odor of sewer steam, groups of men playing cards on the school steps, sirens screeching, the tinkle of the bell as the ice cream man goes by, the jonny pumps (fire hydrants) keeping boys cool by throwing gushing streams of water across the street; these would all become familiar to us during the summer as we came >to New York City to live and work. I was one of 25 girls who were in the College Summer Service Group sponsored by the YWCA. Each of us was placed in a settlement house in ...


Chicago-, Sharon Struble 2017 Iowa State University

Chicago-, Sharon Struble

The Iowa Homemaker

Alice Jane Morse applied for a job in a settlement house in Chicago. The Presbyterian Church in Chicago sponsors many settlement houses within the city. Each summer they have openings for fifty college students and Alice Jane Morse was one of the lucky students who was chosen last summer.


Mama, Mere, Mother Eric Speaks All Three, Jean McKee 2017 Iowa State University

Mama, Mere, Mother Eric Speaks All Three, Jean Mckee

The Iowa Homemaker

If you were to follow Eric Mateos through a day you might find him speaking Spanish at breakfast, English at lunch, and French at dinner. Eric's father, Manuel, a graduate student in Civil Engineering at Iowa State, is a native Spanish senor. His mother, Brigitte, a language instructor at Iowa State, was born and raised on the west coast of France. And his babysitter is an American. Mrs. Mateos teaches all clay and Manuel stays with Eric in the morning. His conversations with his son (still quite onesided) are always in Spanish. In the afternoon, Manuel goes to class ...


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.39a, No.8, Jean McKee, Sharon Struble, Charlene Cladwell, Betty Gregory, Marilyn Miller, Judy Wright, Carol Shellenbarger 2017 Iowa State College

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.39a, No.8, Jean Mckee, Sharon Struble, Charlene Cladwell, Betty Gregory, Marilyn Miller, Judy Wright, Carol Shellenbarger

The Iowa Homemaker

Mama, Mere, Mother Eric Speaks All Three, Jean McKee, page 4

Summer in the City, Sharon Struble and Charlene Caldwell, page 5

I Plunged Right In, Betty Gregory, page 10

Amateur Milliners Fashion Own Easter Bonnets, Marilyn Miller, page 8

You’re in Demand, Judy Wright, page 6

Plenty of Summer Jobs for the Undergraduate, Carol Shellenbarger, page 7


The Chapeau De La Plume-, Helen Rank 2017 Iowa State University

The Chapeau De La Plume-, Helen Rank

The Iowa Homemaker

Once upon a time in the land of frills, feathers and fashions, the Queen of Clothes was in a quandary. To wear, or not to wear her Chapeau de la plume to the evening wedding of Lord Pinkerdedum. That alone was b ad enough, but to add to her dilemma, she knew not which gloves to wear.


The Best Dressed Room, Gail Devens 2017 Iowa State University

The Best Dressed Room, Gail Devens

The Iowa Homemaker

Welcome to the "best-dressed room on campus. It belongs to Sally Anthony and Cyndy Richards who live on the third floor of East Linden Hall.


What's College Like In Japan?, Patty Anderson 2017 Iowa State University

What's College Like In Japan?, Patty Anderson

The Iowa Homemaker

What would be the first thing you would learn in a foods course in Japan? You'd learn to steam rice, of course! Though home economics students at Iowa State don't learn to steam rice in their first foods class, there are many similarities between Japanese and American college students.


Writer, Teacher, Homemaker From Japan, Dorothy Klingler 2017 Iowa State University

Writer, Teacher, Homemaker From Japan, Dorothy Klingler

The Iowa Homemaker

Very near and dear to the hearts of many of the instructors as well as the students in home economics is a visiting scholar by the name of Shizue Oda. Any student who has ever had her in class will probably never forget the magic-like skill she has in the art of food preparation. To see her chop fresh vegetables with a French knife or peel and section fresh fruit is truly a wonder and the envy of any foods major. Her Sukiaki recipe and the art of making it was indeed a treat for the Institution Management Department.


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