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The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 39, Issue 8

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( 2017-08-16) Caldwell, Charlene ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Dirty Streets, teeming with children, the putrid odor of sewer steam, groups of men playing cards on the school steps, sirens screeching, the tinkle of the bell as the ice cream man goes by, the jonny pumps (fire hydrants) keeping boys cool by throwing gushing streams of water across the street; these would all become familiar to us during the summer as we came >to New York City to live and work. I was one of 25 girls who were in the College Summer Service Group sponsored by the YWCA. Each of us was placed in a settlement house in the city; I was placed at Henry Street Settlement.

You're in Demand
( 2017-08-16) Wright, Judie ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

The horizon is bright for home economics graduates. The scientific era has put them in demand more than ever. Iowa State's Home Economics Placement Bureau can't begin to keep up with the demands for home economics graduates.

The Iowa Homemaker vol.39A, no.8
( 2017-08-16) McKee, Jean ; Struble, Sharon ; Cladwell, Charlene ; Gregory, Betty ; Miller, Marilyn ; Wright, Judy ; Shellenbarger, Carol ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Mama, Mere, Mother Eric Speaks All Three, Jean McKee, page 4

Summer in the City, Sharon Struble and Charlene Caldwell, page 5

I Plunged Right In, Betty Gregory, page 10

Amateur Milliners Fashion Own Easter Bonnets, Marilyn Miller, page 8

You’re in Demand, Judy Wright, page 6

Plenty of Summer Jobs for the Undergraduate, Carol Shellenbarger, page 7

Little Things Mean A Lot
( 2017-08-16) Hall, Phyllis ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Do you want to make a good impression? Of course you do! During our college days we have the biggest opportunity to develop our "little" social graces as well as the big ones. f n the rush of college life girls often neglect the little things that mean so much in making a good impression with their dates.

Amateur Milliners Fashion Own Easter Bonnets
( 2017-08-16) Miller, Marilyn ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

The white straw hat trimmed with delicately tinted silk organza petals and a narrow green velvet ribbon that Suzanne Dahlmeier, T.C. 3, will be wearing this Easter may look like a "French Room" creation but it isn't. Her mother, Mrs. Willis Dahlmeier, made it for her in a hatmaking class taught by Mrs. Eugene Criss, an Iowa State graduate.