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1920s, Rose Storm Summers 2017 Iowa State University

1920s, Rose Storm Summers

The Iowa Homemaker

The Terrible Twenties took over our lives while I was a freshman at Ames. Following on the heels of the "War To End Wars," there were so many changes in our way of life that our generation was wholly unaware we were to become the symbol of the great upheaval in social traditions. We just considered ourselves a little more "progressive" than older brothers and sisters- considerably more progressive than our parents!


And After May 26th?, The Iowa Homemaker 2017 Iowa State University

And After May 26th?, The Iowa Homemaker

The Iowa Homemaker

James Hilton, President of Iowa State University, comments with enthusiasm about ISU graduates. He can name dozens who have become really important contributors to the advancement which the 1960's show.


"I Was The Editor Of The First Homemaker", Elizabeth Storm Ferguson 2017 Iowa State University

"I Was The Editor Of The First Homemaker", Elizabeth Storm Ferguson

The Iowa Homemaker

Editor's Note: Elizabeth Storm Ferguson is the woman greatly responsible for the first issue of the Iowa Homemaker. She and her staff created Volume 1, Number 1 of the magazine in 1921. That same year she was graduated from Iowa State, receiving her degree in Home Economics and Agriculture. Her courses had included many electives in English and journalism. From 1921-1923, Elizabeth Storm worked with the Extension Service of Iowa State. In 1923, she married Fred E. Ferguson (ISC '22), publications editor for the Division of Agriculture and the Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station. An Ames resident since that time ...


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.41, No.8, Bess Ferguson, Rose Summers, Laura Daily, Ruth Webber, Ruth Remy, Russell B. McKennan, Jan Wheeler, Barbara Pierson, Sherry Stoddard, Diane Sharbo, Barbara Brown, Anne Collison 2017 Iowa State College

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.41, No.8, Bess Ferguson, Rose Summers, Laura Daily, Ruth Webber, Ruth Remy, Russell B. Mckennan, Jan Wheeler, Barbara Pierson, Sherry Stoddard, Diane Sharbo, Barbara Brown, Anne Collison

The Iowa Homemaker

“I Was the Editor of the First Homemaker”, Bess Ferguson, page 4

And After May ’26?, page 5

1920s, Rose Summers, page 6

1930s, Laura Daily, page 6

1940s, Ruth Webber, page 7

1950s, Ruth Remy, page 7

Food Class for Foresters, Russel B. McKennan, page 8

Mortar Board Presents: Know Your Neighbor, page 9

Decorating Your Home With the Family in Mind, Jan Wheeler, page 10

Let’s Split A Pizza, Barbara Pierson, page 12

Easter Bonnet In An Hour, page 13

Here’s How We Look, page 14

The Younger Generation, Sherry Stoddard, page 15

Part-time Jobs After ...


'We Want Steak', Barb Pierson 2017 Iowa State University

'We Want Steak', Barb Pierson

The Iowa Homemaker

"But Daddy doesn't have to eat it!" In a few years this may be chanted regularly at your dinner table. And the rejected foods will probably be vegetables.


The Man Behind "The Lady From Hancock", LaVeda Jansonius 2017 Iowa State University

The Man Behind "The Lady From Hancock", Laveda Jansonius

The Iowa Homemaker

"I have three pieces of advice if you decide to run for county representative. First, work hard at your job. Second, don't get angry when you hear something you don't like. And finally, if you lose - either the election or any issues in legislature - be a gracious loser."


When Men Entertain, Sylvia Noid 2017 Iowa State University

When Men Entertain, Sylvia Noid

The Iowa Homemaker

With no cash and no self-consciousness, three geology students have unearthed the secret of entertaining. John, Jim, and Mike, who spend a 72- hour week examining fossils and rocks, looked forward to Sunday evening, when they could show off their bachelor quarters and cooking talents to admiring home economics graduate students.


What's The Matter?, Bob MacDonough 2017 Iowa State University

What's The Matter?, Bob Macdonough

The Iowa Homemaker

One of the Homemaker staff members asked me to write an article about my thoughts on women. I agreed, thinking that I had a lot of ideas I could put down about the subject.


'Bottled Beauty' Since 1600 B.C., Diane Sharbo 2017 Iowa State University

'Bottled Beauty' Since 1600 B.C., Diane Sharbo

The Iowa Homemaker

When beauty from within is lacking, women use different substances to improve Nature. These substances, called cosmetics, are as varied as the rainbow, and they are received by men in varied ways.


Going Forth, Dan Taylor 2017 Iowa State University

Going Forth, Dan Taylor

The Iowa Homemaker

Ed. Note: With three years in the Marines and a degree in landscape architecture behind him, Dan Taylor enrolled last fall as a graduate student in landscape architecture. In December, he was accepted for the Peace Corps and is now in Arizona for overseas training.


It All Started With Adam, Sherry Stoddard 2017 Iowa State University

It All Started With Adam, Sherry Stoddard

The Iowa Homemaker

This business of "men" had to have a beginning sometime, somewhere within the colorless annals of the by-gone. So we will assume it all started with Adam, since it seems a bit irreverent to relate today's leader of society to Mr. Darwin's swinging prehistories.


A "Lone Male", Joy Reese 2017 Iowa State University

A "Lone Male", Joy Reese

The Iowa Homemaker

Perhaps you have wondered what goes through a man's mind as he opens the door of MacKay Hall. Is he out of his realm? Is he uncomfortable in a "woman 's world"? Let's ask him how he feels. (And you can get further information from the male who's seated next to you in one of your home economics classes.)


Foolproof Bachelor Budget, Gaylin Morgan 2017 Iowa State University

Foolproof Bachelor Budget, Gaylin Morgan

The Iowa Homemaker

The popularity of the cooperative living system known as the Bachelor Apartment seems to be growing rapidly. It claims at least two advantages: economy and complete freedom for those who feel that peaceful coexistence with a member of the opposite sex would be impossible or impractical.


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.41, No.7, Gaylin Morgan, Joy Reese, Sherry Stoddard, Dan Taylor, Diane Sharbo, Bob McDonough, Don Wishart, Sylvia Noid, LaVeda Jansonius, Barb Pierson 2017 Iowa State College

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.41, No.7, Gaylin Morgan, Joy Reese, Sherry Stoddard, Dan Taylor, Diane Sharbo, Bob Mcdonough, Don Wishart, Sylvia Noid, Laveda Jansonius, Barb Pierson

The Iowa Homemaker

Foolproof Bachelor Budget, Gaylin Morgan, page 4

A “Lone Male”, Joy Reese, page 5

It All Started With ADAM, Sherry Stoddard, page 6

Going Forth, Dan Taylor, page 9

Bottled Beauty Since 1600 B.C., Diane Sharbo, page 10

What’s the Matter?, Bob MacDonough, page 11

The Awful Beginning, Don Wishart, page 12

Found: Scientific Formula for Women, page 15

When Men Entertain, Sylvia Noid, page 16

The Man Behind “the lady from Hancock”, LaVeda Jansonius, page 16

“We Want Steak!”, Barb Pierson, page 17


The Homemaker Is Yours, Doris S. Post 2017 Iowa State University

The Homemaker Is Yours, Doris S. Post

The Iowa Homemaker

Home economics students as a group are unaware of many of the services and activities of the Homemaker. 1962 is a big year for your magazine! This is the 40th Anniversary year of its publication.


Dear Sir, Will You Hire Me?, Barbara Pierson 2017 Iowa State University

Dear Sir, Will You Hire Me?, Barbara Pierson

The Iowa Homemaker

"Letters, we get letters ... " may soon become the theme song of employers across the country as they are deluged by thousands of letters from hopeful job applicants. If you are attempting to obtain your first working experience as a college graduate or if you want to find a summer job, your success in acquiring a position may depend upon the impression that you create in your first application letter.


Alumnae In The News, Diane Sharbo 2017 Iowa State University

Alumnae In The News, Diane Sharbo

The Iowa Homemaker

Fascinating people, ideas, and words have come from the Home Economics Journalism Department It is evident that journalism is unlimited in its scope. Current, stimulating developments in the home economics field continually offer a variety of topics for the journalist.


Communication In Business, Rachel Davis 2017 Iowa State University

Communication In Business, Rachel Davis

The Iowa Homemaker

Three days in Minneapolis, Minn., created new dimensions for junior and senior experimental foods majors. For most of the girls, this was a first close look at business home economists on the job.


A Good Cook Never Meets A Stranger, Bernice Burns 2017 Iowa State University

A Good Cook Never Meets A Stranger, Bernice Burns

The Iowa Homemaker

The noted Irish writer, Maura Laverty, feels strongly that, "ingredients, skill and equipment are not so important to good cooking as a lively interest in human beings. . . Show me a woman who is really interested in her fellow-creatures and I'll show you a woman who can make an attractive meal out of a tin of bully-beef," she writes in her book, Kind Cooking.


Tested Recipe For Teaching, Ann Sindt 2017 Iowa State University

Tested Recipe For Teaching, Ann Sindt

The Iowa Homemaker

Dr. \Vilma Brewer, new head of the Food and Nutrition Department, has developed a basic recipe to promote favorable instructor-student communication. It consists of a mutual understanding, "aids" for the presentation of knowledge, and the spice of the instructor's personality.


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