The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 39, Issue 4
You can already smell the delicious pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving dinner. Yum! A wedge of pumpkin pie seems to be the most delicious way known to add calories to your diet!
The writer, Connie Kimble, is a junior in nursing at Mount Mercy Hospital in Cedar Rapids. At the present time she is receiving training in psychiatry at Creighton Hospital in Omaha.
I’m Proud To Be A Home Economist, Dean Helen LeBaron and Mary Sue Salmon, page 4
Fascinating Fabrics, Marilyn Miller, page 7
‘We Are Proud To Be’, Sylvia Zvingilas, page 8
A Pepon Is A Potiron Is A Pumpkin, Marcena Christian, page 10
Cues For Coeds, Judie Wright, page 11
Campus Commentary, Connie Kimble, page 14
The pilgrims had only their homespuns but the women of today have almost unlimited variety of fabrics. Until the turn of the twentieth century a garment was either wool, flax, cotton, or silk. The lucky ladies of today have nearly a dozen thermoplastics from which to choose. Man-made and natural fibers are combined in many different blends to give a variety of weaves and finishes.