The Iowa Homemaker

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Did you, too, pause to admire the display of fall decorations in the exhibit case in the east hall of Home Economics Building a few weeks ago? Only we who come from farms can know the thrill those huge ears of yellow corn with their husks gave us. But no one, be he from the heart of New York City, could have helped enjoying the corn and the gourds and squashes arranged on the flat, cream-colored bowl tilted against the wall. Who would have thought of putting a single branch of rose "berries" in a blue bowl for a table decoration?



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