The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 1, Issue 2
From primitive times until the present day how varied have been and still are the materials that have been strung to adorn my lady's neck!
Table of Contents
The Unbidden Guest - Malnutrition by Gladys Dodge, page 1
Wedded at Sunset in June by Clara Jordon, page 2
A Child’s Book Shelf by Lillian Shaben, page 3
Whole Wheat Bread for Health by Florence E. Busse, page 4
Beads, the Latest Accessory to Dress by Johanna M. Hansen, page 5
Putting Organdies to the Test by Vivian Moe and Mildred Elder, page 6
The Right Place for Everything by Helen Easter, page 7
Before Leaving Home for the Summer by Elizabeth Storm, page 7
Safeguarding Your Pocket Book by Marjorie Miller, page 8
Do I pay dollars extra to my butcher, grocer and milkman each year.or do I get value received?
Altho the war has been a hardship on many of the people we should be glad that it awakened us from our complacency on the subject of national health. We, as a nation, have always been more or less satisfied. "Yes we have been prosperous, business has been growing, education for our children has been improving," so we say, and loll back comfortably in our cars and think we have done all there is to do. Many of us have felt sorry for the down trodden countries and have shed tears of sympathy when we heard of the terrible stories of the hunger of women and children of other countries. We have even pushed various enterprises to raise money to send over to alleviate such suffering.
An elusive article known as the dust cloth gives us our idea for an article this month by suggesting that time-worn maxium, "A place for everything and everything in its place."