The Iowa Homemaker vol.22, no.7
The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 22, Issue 7
Anna Keppy, '41, declares that the job of county home economists is bigger than ever in wartime
Campus honoraries, like future professional successes, bring awards to the Iowa State women who achieve scholastic and activity recognition.
Keeping Up With Today, Virginia Brainard, page 2
Dear Homemaker Staff, Ensign Eleanor White, page 3
American Schools Hit Wartime Stride, Joyce Curley, page 5
Vicky Dame Fashion… and You, Mary Lou Springer, page 6
What’s New in Home Economics, Helen Horton, page 8
Who’s Who on the Campus, Grace Brown, page 10
We Recommend, Eileen Dudgeon, page 11
I’m a Homemaking Jill-of-all-trades, Anna Keppy, page 12
Notions Department, Marian Loofe, page 14
Across Alumnae Desks, Mary Ellen Sullivan, page 15
Joyce Curley tells how public school children are taking an active part in war's activities
Ingenious is the word for Iowa State women as wartime shortages and rationing bring out resourceful ideas for getting the most wear from clothes and materials.