The Iowa Homemaker vol.22, no.1
The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 22, Issue 1
In less than a year 500 million dollars was spent by the Surplus Marketing Administration in purchasing food products, naval supplies and non-food items such as cotton for the Lend-Lease program and some domestic uses. Food supplies are bought in tremendous quantities with the total cost amounting to more than 400 million dollars. These figures are for the short period between March 15 and November 30, 1941.
Experiences of the director of WOI Homemaker's Half-Hour are related by Julie Wendel
Dorothy Ann Roost, '41, discusses findings of Elmo Roper, well-known surveyor, on consumer food likes
Katherine Kaufmann explains the various activities in a large magazine testing laboratory
Margaret Porter explains how the army's health has gained with improved meals and camp life