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The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 2, Issue 3

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The Home We Had to Have—and Had It
( 2017-02-13) Goeppinger, Katherine ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

For weeks the engaged couple had spent all their time together tramping across vacant lots or gazing rapturously into shop windows. Slowly the house of their dreams was given shape in their minds. They agreed perfectly to each minute detail, for her ideas were his. He thought her the most accomplished little girl in .the world arid gazed at her with his heart in his eyes as she asked, "Paul, isn't this a beautiful lot? We will have a little Dutch colonial house right on this very spot. It will be painted white and of course it must have green shutters. I'll have ruffled curtains and a shady little porch where I can wait for yo'u every night."

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Canning Without Mother for a Helper
( 2017-02-13) Plunkett, Carrie ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

"Canning—such an old, old story!" Yes, but so is cooking, sewing, cleaning, washing and any form of housework. But just so long as the supply of housekeepers is replenished in June quantities, so long will there be women who have questions about housekeeping subjects.

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The Iowa Homemaker vol.2, no.3-4
( 2017-02-13) Jordan, Clara ; Goeppinger, Katherine ; Paschal, Helen ; Plunkett, Carrie ; Bailey, N Beth ; Hesse, Glenna ; Schleiter, Harriet ; Elder, Mildred ; Beyer, Jeanette ; Murray, Eleanor ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

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What Do You Choose in Table Service? by Clara Jordan, page 1

The Home We Had to Have – and Had It by Katherine Goeppinger, page 2

Preparing to Meet the Linen Needs of Bridedom by Helen Paschal, page 3

Canning Without Mother for a Helper by Carrie Plunkett, page 4

Summing Up the Serving of Well Planned Meals by N. Beth Bailey, page 5

Finding Brushes to Fit Special Needs by Glenna Hesse, page 6

Bridal Showers of Blessings by Harriet Schleiter, page 7

The Art of Garnishing Foods by Mildred B. Elder, page 7

Who’s There and Where by Jeanette Beyer, page 10

Seasonable Desserts of Fruits and Berries by N. Beth Bailey, page 11

Forget It All-And a Picnicking Go! by Eleanor Murray, page 14

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Summing Up the Serving of Well Planned Meals
( 2017-02-13) Bailey, N. Beth ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

The menus given here were made for a family of average means, who have a garden or who have access to fresh vegetables and fruits. Of course, very few families could carry out this week's menus in full since a menu is a very personal piece of work that must be fitted and molded to suit specific needs.

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What Do You Choose in Table Service?
( 2017-02-13) Jordan, Clara ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

In the modern household what is more essential, what is more often used and what lends more to a tempting looking meal than china? And it is often so that china is an item that is left .to the last to be decided upon for the home. The luncheon sets are made, the table linens purchased and then there is a frantic search for china to match them, when in reality the procedure should be just r e· versed. After carefully.thinking over what type of china one likes best, what sort of meals one will be most apt to serve and what sort would go best with them at all times, one should buy the dishes and then make the luncheon sets and table linens match the dishes.

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