The Iowa Homemaker vol.31, no.7
The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 31, Issue 7
Graduation or Marriage, Floramae Gates, page 5
Time and Motion Are a Wastin’, Carol Dee Legg, page 6
Betty Crocker Kitchens, Walter Christenson, page 7
Elect a President, Marjorie Brown, page 8
Beginner’s Luck, Carol McCready, page 9
A Home for Art, Carol Dee Legg, page 10
Staglines Say Wow, Patricia Binder, page 11
What’s New, Constance Cornwell, page 12
Information Please, Jean McGhie and Darleen Bornschein, page 15
All in One, Marjorie Miller, page 16
Trends, Beverly Gould, page 18
She had only two quarters of school left when she quit to get married. Her fiance had graduated in June, and she came back the following fall. She had seen him about once a month during that term.
Little did Mrs. Gilbreth of "Cheaper by the Dozen" probably ever think that the kitchen efficiency methods she taught her daughters would ever be taught over television. But it's been done on our own Iowa State College campus!
"Will he run, or won't he?" This is a big question in the mind of the general public, but to most of you who are really following the election previews, here is an even more pertinent one: Will I vote or won't I?
"To build up an atmosphere of art creation about the whole Art Center and to create a place of interest for all the population, old and young- through the creative power of the young ..."