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Toasts Of The Season, Patty Anderson 2017 Iowa State University

Toasts Of The Season, Patty Anderson

The Iowa Homemaker

Toasts are a tradition at Christmas as you gather with family and friends. The wassail bowl, a forerunner of our modern holiday punch bowl, stems from medieval Christmas celebrations. Wassail comes from an old English word meaning "be thou whole." From this early Christmas toast a favorite holiday recipe for the wassail bowl developed.


Speak To Us Of Christmas, John G. Davies 2017 Iowa State University

Speak To Us Of Christmas, John G. Davies

The Iowa Homemaker

How often we miss the real meaning of Christmas. Oh, we observe all the customs. we sing all the carols .We read all the Gospel accounts. We attend all the church services. Yet, we miss the real meaning of Christmas. The reason is a simple one: we take this all as a pleasant tale of once long ago, and forget what it says to us today. We see only the shepherds, the wisemen, Mary, Joseph, and the infant in the manger and forget that they are not the main characters in the Christmas drama at all. The main character is ...


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.40, No.5, John G. Davies, Patty Anderson, Gail Devens, Ellen Molleston, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Beth Lambeth, Marilyn Adix 2017 Iowa State College

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.40, No.5, John G. Davies, Patty Anderson, Gail Devens, Ellen Molleston, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Beth Lambeth, Marilyn Adix

The Iowa Homemaker

Speak to Us of Christmas, Rev. John G. Davies, page 5

Toasts of the Season, Patty Anderson, page 6

A New Angle on Angels, Gail Devens, page 7

And He Shall Make Music, Ellen Molleston, page 8

Learn Through Play, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, page 10

Monument In Glass, Beth Lambeth, page 11

Sounds of Christmas, Marilyn Adix, page 14


The Food Consumption Habits Of 145 Iowa Farm Families, P. Mabel Nelson, Elizabeth E. Hoyt, Laura McLaughlin, Ethel Cessna Morgan 2017 Iowa State College

The Food Consumption Habits Of 145 Iowa Farm Families, P. Mabel Nelson, Elizabeth E. Hoyt, Laura Mclaughlin, Ethel Cessna Morgan

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The food consumption habits of 145 Iowa farm families were studied from records of expenditures for food and of food produced by farms during one year. Forty-three families in the central part of the state near Ames, 49 families in the southwestern part near Corning, and 53 families near Oelwein in the northeastern part of the state cooperated in the study.

The nutritive values of the respective diets were calculated for the families in the Ames group and for the average of the families in each of the other two groups.

The energy values of these diets and their content ...


Blouses White Again..., Melva LaFrenz 2017 Iowa State University

Blouses White Again..., Melva Lafrenz

The Iowa Homemaker

"Ohhh," you sigh as you open the tissue paper and carefully unfold the crisp white Dacron and cotton blouse from within. "Thank you so much; it's so lovely."


Home Economics Super Saleswomen, Ellen Molleston 2017 Iowa State University

Home Economics Super Saleswomen, Ellen Molleston

The Iowa Homemaker

The Marines may soon be taking tips from a group of ace Iowa State coed recruiters who are "enlisting" support for Home Economics throughout the state.


Scholars In Saris, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn 2017 Iowa State University

Scholars In Saris, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn

The Iowa Homemaker

This fall the first phase of an international Home Economics exchange program began at Iowa State.


An Experience In Edcuation, Helen Rank 2017 Iowa State University

An Experience In Edcuation, Helen Rank

The Iowa Homemaker

"Where ye going miss?" "71 East Ferry Avenue please, sir." "East Ferry Avenue, eh? 'Air ye sure? I tain't believe there is such."


Homemaker Visits Dean Lebaron, Ruth Ann Walter 2017 Iowa State University

Homemaker Visits Dean Lebaron, Ruth Ann Walter

The Iowa Homemaker

Last year Dean LeBaron remodeled her kitchen, living room and dining room from ceiling to floor, even removing a wall which had separated her living and dining rooms.


Bounced Any Berries Lately?, Patty Anderson 2017 Iowa State University

Bounced Any Berries Lately?, Patty Anderson

The Iowa Homemaker

Flavor is in the pink when you cook with cranberries. Cranberries add gay color, a pleasant tang and bounce to any meal. Yes, bounce, for it's by their bounce that cranberry packers separate the good berries from the bad. When you're home for the holidays why not surprise your family with a taste-tempting salad or dessert made with cranberries?


Is There An American Woman?, Maxwell D. Epstein 2017 Iowa State University

Is There An American Woman?, Maxwell D. Epstein

The Iowa Homemaker

Maxwell D. Epstein, Iowa State's Foreign Student Advisor, wrote this article for the International Newsletter, a publication which serves as a forum for news and views of cultural and international interest. The article is reprinted here with the permission of its author and the International Newsletter.


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.40, No.4, Maxwell D. Epstein, Patty Anderson, Ruth Ann Walker, Helen Rank, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Ellen Molleston, Melva LaFrenz 2017 Iowa State College

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.40, No.4, Maxwell D. Epstein, Patty Anderson, Ruth Ann Walker, Helen Rank, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, Ellen Molleston, Melva Lafrenz

The Iowa Homemaker

Is There An American Woman?, Maxwell D. Epstein, page 4

Bounced Any Berries Lately?, Patty Anderson, page 5

Homemaker Visits Dean LeBaron, Ruth Ann Walter, page 6

An Experience in Education, Helen Rank, page 7

Scholars in Saris, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, page 8

Super Saleswoman, Ellen Molleston, page 10

Blouses White Again, Melva LaFrenz, page 12


Beauty Prescription, Marjean Swann 2017 Iowa State University

Beauty Prescription, Marjean Swann

The Iowa Homemaker

A "freckle remover" of one part cucumber juice plus two parts vinegar was recommended to Grandmother. Then, as now, the problem of keeping skin fresh and clear troubled young women.


Knees Are News, Barbara Strang, Doris Post 2017 Iowa State University

Knees Are News, Barbara Strang, Doris Post

The Iowa Homemaker

Knees are news this fall as fashion's fickle hemline rises to dizzy heights. The shorter skirts not only barely skim the kneecap but in casual sportswear even creep above it.


Touchdown Or Touchback?, Sylvia Noid 2017 Iowa State University

Touchdown Or Touchback?, Sylvia Noid

The Iowa Homemaker

How do you rate as a football date? Could you explain "wild card substitution" or what happens when there is a touchback?


New Faces In Home Economics, Beth Beecher 2017 Iowa State University

New Faces In Home Economics, Beth Beecher

The Iowa Homemaker

New philosophies and experiences are brought to the College of Home Economics this year by instructors from many states, including Minnesota, North Dakota, and Indiana.


Being Your Best..., Madeline Lange 2017 Iowa State University

Being Your Best..., Madeline Lange

The Iowa Homemaker

"I dare you to be your own self at your very best all the time," said the late William H. Danforth, founder of the Ralston-Purina Company of St. Louis, Missouri. This was the challenge presented to me and 47 other members of Phi Upsilon Omicron, home economics professional honorary. We were selected by the deans of our state universities to take part in the month-long Danforth Fellowship.


The Green Will Fade, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn 2017 Iowa State University

The Green Will Fade, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn

The Iowa Homemaker

Activities Advisory Service has reports on almost every position you could hold on campus, but one which is obviously missing is a summary of suggestions for "Being a Freshman." Wouldn't it save a lot of wonder, worry and wailing if the present class of freshmen compiled the information they gained about college life, as freshman, to pass on to their successors?


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.40, No.3, Mary Ellen Muckenheirn, Madeline Lange, Beth Beecher, Sylvia Noid, Barbara Strang, Doris Post, Marjean Swann, Patty Anderson 2017 Iowa State College

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.40, No.3, Mary Ellen Muckenheirn, Madeline Lange, Beth Beecher, Sylvia Noid, Barbara Strang, Doris Post, Marjean Swann, Patty Anderson

The Iowa Homemaker

The Green Will Fade, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, page 4

Being Your Best, Madeline Lange, page 5

New Faces in Home Economics, Beth Beecher, page 6

Touchdown or Touchback?, Sylvia Noid, page 8

Knees are News, Barbara Strang, Doris Post, page 8

Beauty Prescription, Marjean Swann, page 11

What’s Going On?, Patty Anderson, page 14


Memo To Suitcase Stuffers, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn 2017 Iowa State University

Memo To Suitcase Stuffers, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn

The Iowa Homemaker

You regretfully hang that bouffant formal in the closet in favor of a more versatile dress and decide that you just can't eliminate another thing from your travel wardrobe. You're fairly certain that you haven't exceeded the weight limit set by most airlines, but now there's the problem of getting the clothes into one or two suitcases and having them come out wearable.


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