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The Iowa Homemaker vol.14, no.3 The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 14, Issue 3

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Burnt Fingers to Milk Candy
( 2017-05-16) Cook, Ruth ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Across between chocolate caramels and taffy with a slight leaning toward fudginess... and still that doesn't describe this new milk candy from over in the Dairy Department. There never was a candy invented just like this one.

A Meal in One Dish
( 2017-05-16) Wick, Ardith ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

One of those dishes that can be served as a whole meal-who doesn't appreciate them? And tuna fish, often over-looked, can act in just that capacity as a pleasant variation.

Want to be a Football Hero's Heroine?
( 2017-05-16) McGuiness, Donald ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

The lone man writer on the Homemaker staff knows whereof he speaks as concerns football and other sports has seen sports from diverse angles including the press box sprinkles into his writing a bit of the humor he stores up especially for the Green Gander of which he is editor keeps busy with everything from membership in this group and chairmanship of that committee to presidency of Cardinal Key, honorary for outstanding junior and senior men at Iowa State.

Good Time Had by All...
( 2017-05-16) Chadwick, Claire ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Aladdin's lamp and all of the presto-change in the world haven't a thing on some of the magic transformations that go on at Iowa State College. And it is done in such a sleight-of-hand manner that most of those who are undergoing the wonderful change can scarcely realize just what has happened.

Prevent That Disease
( 2017-05-16) Borgman, Bernice ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Parents' chief responsibility in sparing their children from childhood tuberculosis is keeping them away from adults who have been reinfected with the tuberculosis bacilli. This was the warning given by Dr. L. F. Hill of Des Moines, one of Iowa's leading pediatricians, in a discussion of childhood tuberculosis before child development classes on the campus recently.