The Iowa Homemaker

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Who's There and Where

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In 1920, after the death of her husband, R. G. Jones, who was a member of the Iowa State faculty in the Dairy Department, Mrs. Alma H. Jones, who had already completed three years work at Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, and who was the mother of a seven year old son, entered Iowa State College, taking for the year 1921-22 the Sharples Fellowship, which is offered by a large eastern dairy concern, conditions of the Fellowship stipulating that its recipient take 25 hours work in dairy food work and spend at least one year in educational work in Iowa.



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