The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 34, Issue 1
African and Eastern art has inspired the textile designers to bring novel and colorful cotton prints to the fashion front this year. Dainty pastel prints have given way to geometric designs and dramatic color.
With today's modern living, homemakers have found that informal entertaining is a must. Dinnerware designers, recognizing this are now creating pottery and china featuring new shapes, colors and patterns.
There shall be free admission of young women, on equal terms with young men, to all the privileges and honors which the institution can bestow," announced A. S. Welch, first president of Iowa State College, in his inaugural address on March 17, 1869. President Welch told of new plans for Iowa State College.
On a warm spring afternoon, what will top something cool, smooth and sweet to eat when that last class is over. Find a friend and you both can relax and stop a minute for an ice cream cone, a sundae or soda.
Treat to Eat, Dorothy Will, page 5
Light Beautiful, Mary Vandecar, page 6
Look Pert in Pellon, Barbara Gerling and Doris Jirsa, page 7
Look Ahead, page 8
New Zest in Dinnerware Designs, Joan Mertens, page 9
Try Sleep, Mary Odegard, page 10
Practice What They Teach, Vivian Johnson, page 13
Their Goal – Good Housekeeping, Nancy Fox, page 14
What’s New, page 16
Trends, Jean Wilkerson, page 18