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The Iowa Homemaker vol.10, no.2 The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 10, Issue 2

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Where Toothbrushes Grow on Trees
( 2017-05-08) Goethe, Nellie ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

"The Hindu girl is very devoted to her religion, and she attaches a religious significance to all the occurences of daily life,'' said Miss Phyllis Harley, Bombay, India, who is a member of the staff of the Women's University Settlement, in her address to the home economics girls on India women and their habits of living. ''Every child is initiated into her religion,'' she said. ''Women carry sacrifices of fruits, vegetables, etc., to the god in the house.''

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Architectural Features in Small Gardens
( 2017-05-08) Walker, Margaret ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

A fountain imposing enough for a Long Island estate, a sundial with too small a base, a heavy set of carved stone placed where there is no excuse for it except to furnish a good hard surface to bump into, a series of bird baths springing up like so many toadstools- these are a few of the mistakes frequently made in the placing of architectural features in small gardens.

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Coeds of the Naughty Ninties
( 2017-05-08) Morrison Beyer, Mary ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

The "bustle" days of the '80's and '90's, when the men wore derbies and stretched their tight trouser legs over the lean lines of a bicycle, Iowa State College was but a building or so scattered around in an orchard.

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The Iowa Homemaker vol.10, no.2
( 2017-05-08) Morrison Beyer, Mary ; Rhoades, Edna ; Smith, Marjorie ; Goethe, Nellie ; Walker, Margaret ; Woodburn, Ila ; Melton, Helen ; Turner, Marcia ; Stephenson, Anafred ; Anderson, Dorothy ; Roberts, Edith ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Coeds of the Naughty Ninties by Mary Morrison Beyer, page 1

Color in the Garden by Edna Rhoades, page 2

The Tragedy of Errors by Marjorie W. Smith, page 3

Where Toothbrushes Grow on Trees by Nellie Goethe, page 3

Architectural Features in Small Gardens by Margaret Jane Walker, page 4

Y. W. C. A.’s Fortieth Birthday by Ila Woodburn, page 5

4-H Club by Helen Melton, page 6

State Association by Marcia E. Turner, page 8

Child Health May Day by Anafred Stephenson, page 10

Editorial, page 11

Alumnae News by Dorothy B. Anderson, page 12

Tid Bits for Home Economics by Edith Roberts and Nellie Goethe, page 14

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The Tragedy of Errors
( 2017-05-08) Smith, Marjorie ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

The co-eds, Susie Short and Tilly Tall were standing by the Post Office chatting of form and fashions, when Ada Stout came waddling toward them, puffing, red-faced and perspiring. Ada was wearing a small, closefitting hat, brimless in front and with a low-hanging brim across the back which interfered greatly with the long-haired fur collar on her big plaid coat. Since she was very warm, she was unbuttoning her coat, revealing a large-patterned pink dress.

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