The Iowa Homemaker vol.30, no.7
The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 30, Issue 7
Common colds are most often a case of self-neglect. During days of sniffling and coughing, it's unpleasant to realize that they are due to your own carelessness in care of your body. So, what can you do about it?
The idea that women are supposed to know nothing about finances seems to be well established in some circles of society. But the Homemaker editors disagree. We feel you as a college graduate would profit by knowing some basic facts about the financial world.
Amazing new combinations of beauty and worth have been reached with the 1951 collection of rugs and carpets. Not only easy to live with, easy to look at, and easy to care for, the new rugs are also easy on the pocketbook. Striking combinations of colors, patterns and materials lend their decorative effect.
Do you want to be bewitchingly alluring, fascinate men and please women? Ever since the first female adorned herself with sweet-scented flowers or rubbed petals against her skin to extract their juices, it has been claimed that perfume will do all these things for you.
Thoughts for 1951, Nancy Voss, page 3
Rugs, Carol McCready, page 4
Stop That Cold, Pat Pumphrey, page 5
Use Your Sense When Choosing Scents, Harriet LaRue, page 6
What’s New, Jane Ann Steele, page 7
Family Relationships, Barbara Allen, page 8
“How To Lay a Nest Egg”, Janet Sutherland, page 10
Here’s An Idea, Carol Dee Legg, page 12
Magazines on the Shelf, Joyce Roos, page 14
Trends, Margaret Schaeffer, page 16