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Home Economics Council Claims National Officer, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn 2017 Iowa State University

Home Economics Council Claims National Officer, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn

The Iowa Homemaker

One Iowa State girl hasn't yet caught the disease plaguing prospective graduates of the University. Joyce Cryder has successfully avoided the "senioritis" bug. Adjusting to a new school, participating in activities here, and acting as National College Clubs Section Secretary of the American Home Economics Association keeps her immune to lethargy.


Are Co-Ops For Isu?, Judy Godden 2017 Iowa State University

Are Co-Ops For Isu?, Judy Godden

The Iowa Homemaker

Co-ops may not be a word unfamiliar to persons who attend Iowa State University. Often they are the means by which small businesses eliminate the middle-man and work together to reduce the cost of production.


Mats Motifs Mailboxes Made Of Felt, Sharon Sherman 2017 Iowa State University

Mats Motifs Mailboxes Made Of Felt, Sharon Sherman

The Iowa Homemaker

Approaching holidays, especially Christmas, may send the homemaker, or the future homemaker, into a frenzy as she considers the time- and money-consuming task of decorating. If you are one of the many who "just can't think of a clever idea" for party, tea, or home, we have a tip for you- do it with felt.


Study Buddies, Barbara Strang 2017 Iowa State University

Study Buddies, Barbara Strang

The Iowa Homemaker

It's open season for snacking! Today's small appliances offer a fine and easy way to entertain your dorm friends or sorority sisters at late evening snacks, birthday parties or Sunday evening meals.


Creating The Air Of Christmas, Ann Sindt 2017 Iowa State University

Creating The Air Of Christmas, Ann Sindt

The Iowa Homemaker

The Yuletide spirit comes alive every year when pines are decked with lights and·ornaments, boughs of evergreen are hung on front . doors, and bright red candles illuminate the Creche on mantle pieces. As expressed by Miss Emelda Kunau, assistant professor of applied art, "It is getting ready for the holiday that sets the proper mood."


Foods From Faculty Files, Diane Sharbo 2017 Iowa State University

Foods From Faculty Files, Diane Sharbo

The Iowa Homemaker

Good foods are included in every family's Christmas plans. Although famous hostesses are usually reluctant to share the recipes which have won them their reputation, we have managed to secure favorite recipes from faculty members in the Home Economics College at Iowa State.


What Do You Know About The World Situation?, Leslie Graham 2017 Iowa State University

What Do You Know About The World Situation?, Leslie Graham

The Iowa Homemaker

Twenty-one senior women are taking a course this quarter that is refreshingly unique. No other course of its kind is available in Iowa. Topics discussed in the course vary from "ethical overtones and their effect on families of today" to "the effectiveness of education is strengthening the family."


Letter To The Editor, Lois Davidson 2017 Iowa State University

Letter To The Editor, Lois Davidson

The Iowa Homemaker

Dear Editor and Fellow Home Economists,

I had been chosen last year to receive a four-week fellowship sponsored by the Danforth Foundation, which was founded by the late Wm. H. Danforth. This, for me, has proved to be the most enriching experience of my life.


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.41, No.5, Diane Sharbo, Ann Sindt, Barb Strang, Sharon Sherman, Judy Godden, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Marsha Barron, Jan Wheeler, Joy Reese, Anne Collison 2017 Iowa State College

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.41, No.5, Diane Sharbo, Ann Sindt, Barb Strang, Sharon Sherman, Judy Godden, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Marsha Barron, Jan Wheeler, Joy Reese, Anne Collison

The Iowa Homemaker

Letter to the Editor, page 5

What Do YOU Know About the World Situation?, page 5

Foods from Faculty Files, Diane Sharbo, page 6

Creating the Air of Christmas, Ann Sindt, page 8

Study Buddies, Barb Strang, page 9

Mat, Motifs, Mailboxes, Made of Felt, Sharon Sherman, page 10

Are Co-ops for ISU?, Judy Godden, page 11

Home Economics Council Claims National Officer, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, page 12

Hear Now the Bells, Sweet, Silver Bells, Marsha Barron, page 13

Gay Gifts Inside and Out, Jan Wheeler, page 14

Phi Upsilon Omicron, Joy Reese, page 16

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Stereotype Has Changed- Is It Accurate?, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn 2017 Iowa State University

Stereotype Has Changed- Is It Accurate?, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn

The Iowa Homemaker

Did you know you were featured in the September issue of Mademoiselle? Perhaps in the confusion of cramming into your car the necessities of life for fall quarter at Iowa State, you missed reading "Young Tycoons of Kitchenland: Home Economists in Business."


From Blenders To Hair Dryers, Sharon Sherman 2017 Iowa State University

From Blenders To Hair Dryers, Sharon Sherman

The Iowa Homemaker

Toaster, portable mixer, coffeemaker, waffle iron, blender, rotisserie - this sounds like a bride-to-be doing a little wishful thinking. Actually, they are part of the list of appliances studied in Household Equipment 208, Small Equipment.


Uniquely Yours, Jan Wheeler 2017 Iowa State University

Uniquely Yours, Jan Wheeler

The Iowa Homemaker

Did you ever have that feeling that the Christmas cards you sent all had the wrong addresses on them and were being returned - and actually, it was just that your friends had chosen the same box of greetings as you had - and you were receiving the same type that you had mailed?


More Faculty Faces, Mary McKennan 2017 Iowa State University

More Faculty Faces, Mary Mckennan

The Iowa Homemaker

This month we announce five more of the new home economics faculty members. These women represent the diversity of educational and professional backgrounds found among members of the staff.


Perpetuating The Profession, Phyllis Lovrien 2017 Iowa State University

Perpetuating The Profession, Phyllis Lovrien

The Iowa Homemaker

Fall quarter is nearly at an end, and most of us can look back on it as being a very profitable one. This is certainly true of Home Economics Recruitment Committee. In case you're wondering just what Home Economics Recruitment is, we are a committee of girls, a branch of Home Economics Council, whose main purpose is to promote home economics as a field of study and to interest and inform people of the many opportunities in home economics. Our program is divided into two main parts - the week-ends program and our off-campus program.


Revolution Of Lafayette's Favorite Dessert 1784-1961, Pat Fleming 2017 Iowa State University

Revolution Of Lafayette's Favorite Dessert 1784-1961, Pat Fleming

The Iowa Homemaker

When George Washington's mother served Lafayette mint julep with "spiced gingerbread" on his return to America in 1784, a flavor filled the kitchen which was to last for centuries. Mrs. Washington included West India molasses, a wine glass of brandy, and the juice and rind of an orange in addition to the usual gingerbread ingredients.


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.41, No.4, Pat Fleming, Phyllis Lovrien, Mary McKennan, Jan Wheeler, Sharon Sherman, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn 2017 Iowa State College

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.41, No.4, Pat Fleming, Phyllis Lovrien, Mary Mckennan, Jan Wheeler, Sharon Sherman, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn

The Iowa Homemaker

Revolution of Lafayette’s Favorite Dessert 1784-1961, Pat Fleming, page 4

Lamplighters Show the Way, page 6

Perpetuating the Profession, Phyllis Lovrien, page 7

More Faculty Faces, Mary McKennan, page 8

Uniquely Yours, Jan Wheeler, page 10

From Blenders to Hair Dryers, Sharon Sherman, page 12

Stereotype has Changed – Is It Accurate?, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, page 13


Girls Give Learning No Summer Vacation, Barb Pierson 2017 Iowa State University

Girls Give Learning No Summer Vacation, Barb Pierson

The Iowa Homemaker

Look again at that girl who sits next to you in class or passes you on campus. This summer she may have demonstrated a home appliance in Hawaii, judged a beauty contest in a small Midwestern community, or rescued 60 steaks from the bottom of a Maine lake.


Hers, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Laveda Jansonius 2017 Iowa State University

Hers, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Laveda Jansonius

The Iowa Homemaker

It's safe to say that in the life of a co-ed, there is no adequate substitute for coordinated sweaters and skirts. The all-occasion ensemble is back this year, but with some changes. Pine green, sapphire blue, and garnet red are some of the choice colors, meant to brighten a Monday morning or to fit your "happy-go-lucky" feeling which signals the approach of another week-end.


Home Economists Help Solve Nation-Wide Crisis, Mary McKennan 2017 Iowa State University

Home Economists Help Solve Nation-Wide Crisis, Mary Mckennan

The Iowa Homemaker

President Kennedy's Executive Order# I, issued January 22, 1961, called for immediate expansion of the surplus food distribution program. More foods would be made available, and more people would be eligible to receive them.


Presenting: Six New Faces In Home Economics, Mary McKennan 2017 Iowa State University

Presenting: Six New Faces In Home Economics, Mary Mckennan

The Iowa Homemaker

The Iowa Homemaker is proud to introduce six of the new members of the Home Economics faculty. Several are new to the Iowa State campus; others have held graduate appointments here.


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