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On the principal's desk this morning a blazing poinsetta greeted you, and as you passed down the corridor you noticed for the first time that on the windows of the kindergarten room was pasted a gay procession of reindeer and fat Santa Clauses chasing each other across the panes. And the morning paper proclaims: "Fifteen more day to do your Christmas shopping." When the home economics classes hurry into the laboratory to the accompaniment of the hall bells that have suddenly assumed a festive jingle, they demand as one girl: "Are we going to make Christmas candy?" And there it is before you, the annual question of a Christmas problem to be planned for your classes.
Turner, Marcia E.
"Christmas Problems for the Home Economics Class,"
The Iowa Homemaker: Vol. 7
, Article 4.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/homemaker/vol7/iss6/4