The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 33, Issue 3
Two weeks of leadership training in the wooded sand dune country of western Michigan awaited .Janet Apple, H. Ec. Sr., and Miriam McKee, H. Ec. So., when they were announced as Iowa State's Danforth Scholarship winners in .June. In August, the two weeks became a reality as .Janet and Miriam arrived at Camp Miniwanca near Shelby, Mich.
Keeping the knoll running smoothly is only part of the responsibilities to which the wife of Iowa State's president falls heir, but since her arrival in July it has been a very important and time-consuming job for Mrs. James Hilton. Mrs. Hilton is a native Iowan, the former Lois Baker of Nevada, and is a Home Economics graduate from Iowa State.
In the week proceeding the meal served you at an ISC dormitory, there has been much planning, purchasing and preparing to make it attractive and nutritious.
A few million words are written each year about fashions, the new silhouettes, the new colors, the new fabrics, but there is seldom any mention of work which preceeds the first public showing of the new season's line of clothing which is brought to you.
The Hiltons at Home, Sue Brown, page 7
Dorm Kitchens Backstage, Else Nielsen, page 8
Socialize or Study in Room 18, Jane Brintlinger, page 9
Dressing Up Your College Home, Margaret Mattison, page 10
An Atomic Future, Glenn Murphy, page 11
Your Dress Before You Buy It, Jane Hammerly, page 12
Miniwanca – Here Comes ISC, Dorothy Will, page 13
Your Fall Quarter Schedule, page 14
Information Please, page 16
Dear Diary, Mary Jean Stoddard, page 18
Alums in the News, Kay Scholten, page 20
Hard Water’s No Problem, Mary Odegard, page 22
Prof. Beveridge, Millie Willett, page 24
Correspondence Aids, page 25
Trends, Jane Montgomery, page 26