The Iowa Homemaker vol.29, no.7
The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 29, Issue 7
Guilty or Not?, Geraldine Moran, page 3
Flowers for Vicky, Frances Bosnak, page 4
Corporate Personalities, page 6
Here’s An Idea, Joy Moore, page 10
Selling – a Fast-Paced Career, JoAnn Breckenridge, page 12
What’s New, Virginia Foth, page 14
How to Care for Your Nylons, Joan Ahern, page 16
Those very special occasions with your favorite escort are often made more important with flowers. To Vicky, it's not the size of the flower or the price of the corsage that counts, but the thought that went into choosing it that's important.
Your own imagination and initiative are the only limits on a career for you in retailing.
Betty Crocker and Ann Pillsbury may be only trade names to you, but they all have real people behind them. Each year these names increases sales and good will for the companies. Someday you may be working as a corporate personality.
Nylon is fast becoming a key word in your college vocabulary. You've been giving it more use when you go shopping. The care you give these nylon slips, hose, sweaters and blouses will determine how long they will last.