The Iowa Homemaker vol.27, no.6
The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 27, Issue 6
Which First – Marriage or a Diploma?, Betsy Nichols, page 2
Accessories Multiply Your Wardrobe, Ethel Mae Hendrickson, page 4
Student-Teachers Gain Valuable Experience, Ruth Hackett, page 5
Europe Needs Trained Extension Workers, Joan Ahern, page 6
Vicky Suggests Slacks Suited to You, Shirliann Fortman, page 7
“Do It” Ideas for Doodling Decorators, Susan Menne, page 8
What’s New, June Welch, page 10
Here’s an Idea, Emogene Olson, page 12
Keeping Up with Today, Nancy Johnson, page 14
In Graduate Study They Choose What They Do, Peggy Krenek, page 16
Mad moments of insane homemaking ambition overcome the best of us. With the winter winds descending upon the campus there's nothing nicer than a homey little nest in which to solve the problems of the world. But transforming a bare-walled, scantily furnished cubicle into a home is no easy matter. It takes ingenuity, planning, an eye for the novel and interesting and a deft hand with needle and paint brush.
Wintertime is the season of the year when good sense and good style walk hand in hand, says Vicky. Otherwise howling north winds can mean frostbitten noses and knees for many coeds.
work results not only in a master's degree for the student but in valuable contributions in research to her field. When a student begins her graduate work, she submits to a graduate committee for approval a title for her thesis, an outline of the material it will cover and the names of her advisors. Then she works with her advisors on her chosen research.
Mix them or match them- you make your own rules when you mate a hat, bag, gloves and shoes to accent an outfit.