The Iowa Homemaker vol.25, no.2
The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 25, Issue 2
Versatile playthings are executed with skill by student toymakers, Marjorie Moodie reports
Modern jewelry construction presents a challenge to student designers, reports Madeline Morrison
Betsy Nichols reviews the apprentice training course of the National Restaurant Association
To encourage college preparation for teaching, a recently published booklet, "Is Home Economics the Career for Me?" gives the pros and cons of a career in education.
While the field for radio broadcasters is limited, more and more home economists are finding that their work requires occasional, frequent or regular radio appearances. A far larger number of home economists are called upon to do the "behind the scenes" work, prepare radio continuity or assist with production of radio programs. Some recent graduates have entered the radio field after experience with food publicity.