K-State Libraries 
Great Room Mural

K-State Libraries

Articles - World Journal Tribune, 1966-1967 and Miscellaneous Articles

Box  Folder
112  01    1966 Sep 23, "Mama Laura Still Going Strong"
     02    1966 Sep 26, "Food Editors Powwow"
             (Hosted by Armour Meat Company)
     03    1966 Oct 6, "Apples Blossom Everywhere"
     04    1966 Oct 16, "The Royal Pumpkin"
     05    1966 Oct 20, "Chili Getting Warm Hello"
     06    1966 Oct 23, "Pulling Chestnuts From the Fire" 
             (Karen Rubenstein)
     07    1966 Oct 24, "Recipe Of The Week" 
             (Luchow's Boiled Beef, Luchow's Restaurant, 110 E. 14th St., New York)
     08    1966 Oct 25, "A Tender Process"
     09    1966 Oct 26, "Gourmets in the Clouds" 
             (Rainbow Room, 64th floor of the RCA building, New York)
     10    1966 Oct 27, "Cooking With A Light Touch"
             (Zoe Shippen Varnum, portrait painter and Laurent K. Varnum)
     11    1966 Oct 28, "Trick on Treat"
     12    1966 Oct 30, "A Turkey's Best Friends"
     13    1966 Oct 31, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Indian Pudding)
     14    1966 Nov 15, "Wall-to-Walnuts"
     15    1966 Nov 16, "Nice to Go Hungary"
             (Paprikas Weiss Shop, 1546 Second Ave., New York)
     16    1966 Nov 17, "Pilgrims 1966"
           1966 Nov 17, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (La Chaumine, 986 Second Avenue, New York)
     17    1966 Nov 22, "The Lady Has Some Crust"
             (Mrs. Manners Hammerstein)
     18    1966 Nov 23, "Hosting; Toasting And Caviar"
             (G. F. Hansen-Sturm)
           1966 Nov 23, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Karen and Otto Plume, The Copenhagen, 68 W. 58th St., New York)
     19    1966 Nov 25, "Start Hoarding For Christmas"
           1966 Nov 25, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (John's Restaurant at 302 E. 12th St., New York - John Pucciatti,
             Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pucciatti, son of John)
     20    1966 Nov 27, "And She Can Cook By George"
             (Beryl Reid)
     21    1966 Nov 28, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Artichokes)
           1966 Nov 28, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Joe De Rose, Frank De Rose and Louis De Rose, La Strada East, 274
             Third Ave., New York)
     22    1966 Nov 29, "Gift Hunting? Take Easy Way Out"
     23    1966 Nov 30, "Mussel Soup Strong Choice"
             (Maria's Cin Cin, 224 E. 53rd St., New York)
     24    1966 Dec 01, "California Avocado Comes East"
           1966 Dec 01, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Marnel's at 131 E. 47th St., New York)
     25    1966 Dec 04, "Portugal's Envoys of Food and Fine Wine"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Nuno de Sampaio Soares, New York)
     26    1966 Dec 05, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Boeuf Bourguignonne A La Marinade)
           1966 Dec 05, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Princess Giovanna Tasca di Cuto "Mrs. Donald Cook", The Leopard,
             East 50th St., New York)
     27    1966 Dec 06, "New: Turkey Bastes Itself"
           1966 Dec 06, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Dan Stampler, Steak Joint Restaurant in Greenwich Village)
     28    1966 Dec 07, "Down to Serious Tasting"
             (Chanson Pere et Fils)
           1966 Dec 07, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Miss Wilcock, Little Old Mansion)
     29    1966 Dec 08, "1,000 Recipes, All Chinese"
             (Gloria Bley Miller, Greenwich Village)
           1966 Dec 08, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Tony's Carriage Trade Restaurant at 38th St. and Third Avenue)
     30    1966 Dec 09, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Bronco Barbecue Restaurant, 165 W. 72nd St., New York)  
     31    1966 Dec 11, "Mr. Peanuts Packs A Protein Punch"
     32    1966 Dec 12, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Marmalade, Carrot and Cucumber)
           1966 Dec 12, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (John Calamaris, owner of the Blue Seat at 135 Third Avenue, New York)
     33    1966 Dec 13, "Going Shopping? Goodies, Goodies for You"
             (B. Altman's Dutch sweets)
           1966 Dec 13, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Luchow's Restaurant at 110 E. 14th St., New York)
     34    1966 Dec 14, "Make Shopping An Adventure"
           1966 Dec 14, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Mike Manuche's Restaurant, 150 W. 52nd St., New York)
     35    1966 Dec 15, "How to Bake A Fruit Cake"
           1966 Dec 15, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (The Corner at Margaret's, 502 Third Avenue, New York)
     36    1966 Dec 16, "Market Takes and Orange Hue"
           1966 Dec 16, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Emy Lou Carlson, owner of La Place, 42 E. 53rd St., New York)
     37    1966 Dec 17, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Mickey Ruskin, Max's Kansas city, 213 Park Avenue South, New York)
     38    1966 Dec 18, "Love Rates High on This Dean's List"
             (Dean Josephine Whitford, Manhattan School of Music)
     39    1966 Dec 19, "Recipes of the Week"
             (Danish Blue Wreath)
     40    1966 Dec 20, "Something New In Meat Items"
           1966 Dec 20, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Maud Chez Elle, 4o W. 53rd St., New York)
     41    1966 Dec 21, "How to Make The Holiday Bubble Over"
             (Richard L. Blum Jr., Julius Wile Sons and Company)
           1966 Dec 21, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Herb Evans Restaurant at Broadway and 64th St., New York)
     42    1966 Dec 22, "Gingerbread Folks Get Around"
             (Edward King, The Basket Shop, 21 Barclay St., New York)
           1966 Dec 22, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Gladys Wilcock, hostess of The Little Old Mansion, 224 E. 51st
             St., New York, Promenade Café and English Grill and Café Francais
             in Rockerfeller Plaza, Horizon Room in the United Airlines
             Building at JFK airport, Tavern on the Green at Central Park West
             at 67th St., New York)
     43    1966 Dec 23, "Chowder For Tree Trimmers"
           1966 Dec 23, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (The Steuben Tavern at 163 W. 47th St., NY, Mama Laura's at 230 E.
             58th St., New York, Joe Kipness, owner of Hawaii Kai, 1638
             Broadway at 50th St., New York, The Tower Suite at Time & Life
             Building, 111 W. 50th St., New York)
     44    1966 Dec 25, "Melissa Hayden: On Her Toes in the Kitchen, Too"  
             (Melissa Hayden Coleman, ballerina)
     45    1966 Dec 27, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Orange New Year Punch)
           1966 Dec 27, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Roy L. Peterson, Janssen's, 430 Lexington Ave., New York)
     46    1966 Dec 28, "The Crumpets Are Coming"
           1966 Dec 28, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (William King and Kyle King, Joe King's Rathskeller or The G/A)
     47    1966 Dec 29, "On Planning a New Year's Party"
             (James Beard)
           1966 Dec 29, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Elias Boneros, Lord Camelot at Eighth Ave. and 45th St., New York)
     48    1966 Dec 30, "Do Some Lucky Eating on New Year's Day"
           1966 Dec 30, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Robert Chu, Tamburlaine, East 48th St., New York)
     49    1967 Jan 01, "The Blini Party Is the 'In' Thing"
             (Don White, the Telephone Chef)
     50    1967 Jan 03, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Ruggiero Ricci, violinist, Spaghetti Con Tonno With Tuna Sauce)
           1967 Jan 03, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Gene's, 73 W. 11th St., New York)
     51    1967 Jan 04, "Remarks in Good Taste"
           1967 Jan 04, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Chef Carl Jones, Old Forge Steak House at 230 E. 44th St., New York)
     52    1967 Jan 05, "Liqueur Does You a Flavor"
             (Mrs. Gerard Glotin)
           1967 Jan 05, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Ross Heiney, owner and Charley Comer, manager, Jolly Sixpence,
             875 Second Ave. at 47th St., New York)
     53    1967 Jan 06, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Gino Conti, owner, VIP Restaurant at 120 Madison Ave., New York)
     54    1967 Jan 08, "What Turkey Can Do for An Encore"
     55    1967 Jan 09, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Persian Lamb Stew)
     56    1967 Jan 10, "Holiday Eating Put on Pounds?"
           1967 Jan 10, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (A. H. Hansen-Sturm, Romanoff Caviar Company and list of his
             favorite restaurants in New York)
     57    1967 Jan 11, "Recipe Basket Amusing Gift"
     58    1967 Jan 12, "Foreign 'Born' Endive Gaining Status in U. S."
     59    1967 Jan 13, "Take a Look at the Market"
           1967 Jan 13, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Blum's of San Francisco at 121 E. 59th St., New York)
     60    1967 Jan 16, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Harlequin Omelet)
           1967 Jan 16, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Agustin Rodriguez, owner, Manana, 1136 First Ave. at 62nd St.,
             New York)
     61    1967 Jan 17, "Learn All About Kosher Cooking"
             (Hannah Roen, chef at Educational Alliance, 197 E. Broadway, New York)
     62    1967 Jan 18, "Fine Sherries His Cup of Tea"
             (Charles Williams, Eilliams and Humbert Ltd.)
     63    1967 Jan 19, "Where Gourmets Make The Grade"
             (Maurice Moore-Betty, Moore-Betty Catering Service)
     64    1967 Jan 22, "Life Is One Sweet Song"
             (Patte Finley)
     65    1967 Jan 23, "Recipe of the Week"
             (New England Chicken Pie)
     66    1967 Jan 24, "A New Robust Instant"
     67    1967 Jan 25, "Clam Chowder Now the Thing"
             (Nan Higgins, Goldie's Restaurant, New York)
     68    1967 Jan 27, "It's Rhubarb Time"
     69    1967 Jan 29, "He Cooked For Jackie And JFK"
             (Rene Verdon, former White House chef)
     70    1967 Jan 30, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Brunswick Stew)
     71    1967 Jan 31, "New Products Go to Market"
     72    1967 Feb 01, "The Italian Freeze"
             (Mrs. Mary Scavetta, B. Altman's department store)
           1967 Feb 01, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Harold Smith, manager of Bickford's Muffinburger, southwest
             corner of Sixth Ave. and 45th St., New York)
     73    1967 Feb 03, "Apples Are Better Than Ever"
     74    1967 Feb 08, "The Werblins: Football Is A Side Dish"
             (Leah Ray Werblin and David A. "Sonny" Werblin, President of the
             New York Jets, formerly President of MCA-TV)
     75    1967 Feb 06, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Salmon Buckwheat Jacks)
     76    1967 Feb 07, "What's New In World of Food"
     77    1967 Feb 08, "Most Unusual Meat-ing Place"
             (Empire Market, 339 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan, New York)
     78    1967 Feb 09, "Countess' Cake A Real Honey"
             (Countess Jan Dembinski, President of Polish Mutual Assistance, Inc.)
     79    1967 Feb 10, "Crunch! It's Celery Time"
           1967 Feb 10, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Old Homestead, 56th Ave. just north of 14th St. New York)
     80    1967 Feb 12, "Honest, Abe Had a Sweet Tooth"
             (Lincoln's Favorite Recipes)
     81    1967 Feb 13, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Celery Flounder Rollups)
           1967 Feb 13, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Hosts, Guido Bacchiola and Joseph Maestro, L-Aiglon, 13 E. 55th
             St., New York)
     82    1967 Feb 14, "Exciting World Of New Foods"
     83    1967 Feb 15, "Two Pie Guys and a Gal"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Ray Campbell, Pie Guy, Inc., 306 E. 72nd St., New
             York)
     84    1967 Feb 16, "Winners At Big Bake-Off"
             (Mrs. Carlos D. Bullock, Topeka, KS; Mrs. George I. Crook, Crosby,
             Mississippi; Carlton V. Sawyer, Arnold, Maryland)
     85    1967 Feb 17, "Pork Leads the Meat Line"
     86    1967 Feb 19, "Memories Of The Long Ago"
             (Dr. Corazon Baldos, Newton, NJ)
     87    1967 Feb 20, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Savory Apple-Sausage Casserole)
     88    1967 Feb 21, "Presto! Stuffed Snails"
     89    1967 Feb 22, "This Holiday Grocer's Dream"
             (Mary Simpson, slave to General George Washington)
     90    1967 Feb 24, "The Artichoke Story"
     91    1967 Feb 26, "Pavillon Back With Past Grandeur"
             (Le Pavillon Restaurant, owner Claudius Philippe and chef Roland Chenus)
     92    1967 Feb 28, "World of New Foods"
           1967 Feb 28, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Vincent and Enzo Russo, owners, Delfino's, 68 Fifth Ave., New York)
     93    1967 Mar 02, "King Tuna Rates Royal Recipe"
           1967 Mar 02, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Marc Reuben, owner,Absinthe House, 48th St., New York)
     94    1967 Mar 05, "The Birthday Dinner Was a Gourmet's Dream"
             (Andre L. Simon, founder of the Wine and Food Society - 90th
             birthday, Joseph Castaybert, executive chef of the St. Regis
             hotel, and Paul A. Spitler, Commissioner of the Wine and Food
             Society of London)
     95    1967 Mar 06, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Vegetable Spoon Bread)
     96    1967 Mar 07, "World of New Foods"
     97    1967 Mar 08, "Dinner Party Rings the Bell"
             (Charles Henri Heidsieck, Thomas F. McCarthy, president of Austin
             Nichols, importers of wine)
     98    1967 Mar 12, "Swedish Fiesta-A Lesson In Good Taste"
             (Mrs. Tore Tallroth, wife of Swedish Consul General in New York)
     99    1967 Mar 13, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Green Apples)
     100   1967 Mar 15, "Come Friday, Color It Green"
     101   1967 Mar 17, "The Jets Are Bearing Fruit"
     102   1967 Mar 20, "Recipe of the Week"
             (Bunny Cake)
     103   1967 Mar 21, "Offer Kosher Food Directory"
     104   1967 Mar 26, "Wine Taster's Moment Of Decision"
             (Jean Dalrymple, Nancy Dussault, Linda Bennett, Constance Towers
             and Bob Wright)
     105   1967 Mar 28, "What's New On Grocery Shelf"
     106   1967 Mar 30, "Home Economists Trade Secrets"
             (Martha de Rondon and Una Abrahamson)
     107   1967 Apr 06, "Dining Out With Clementine"
             (Proof of the Pudding Restaurant, Frank Valenza, Owner)
     108   1967 Apr 09, "A Visit To L'Etoile With Clementine Paddleford"
             (L'Etoile Restaurant, 50th St. & 5th Ave., New York)
     109   1967 Apr 12 "The Nutty World Of Tom Zarras"
             (226 Washington St., New York)
     110   1967 Apr 13, "The Stalk of the Town -- Asparagus"
     111   1967 Apr 16, "Ukrainians Say, 'Pass the Pashka'"
             (Mr. and Mrs. Gary Graffman)
     112   1967 Apr 17, "Recipe of the Week"
     113   1967 Apr 20, "Setting for Traditional Seder"
             (Mrs. Judah Nadich, Park Avenue Jewish Synagogue, New York)
     114   1967 Apr 28, "A Look at the Market"
     115   "Dining Out With Clementine," n.d.
             (Cheshire Cheese at 391 W. 51st St., New York; Ricky Carridi,
             Friar Tuck Inn (medieval tavern) at 914 Third Ave, corner of 55th
             St., New York;  Lee Gee, owner and manager, Inn of Six Happiness,
             East 56th St., New York; Jack Crotta and Victor Marlier, Jack's
             Epicure, 344 W. 46th St., New York; Miramar Restaurant, 10 E. 46 St.,
             New York)
     116   "Homage to the King of Mushrooms," n.d.

           Published articles, 1932-1967, n.s. 
113  01    1932, "He's Having A Circus" 
             (William B. Brinkley)
     02    1936 Feb 02, "Michel Martell Gives Some Brandy Pointers" 
             (Michel Martell)
     03    1936 Dec 24, Candles for Christmas
     04    1939 Dec 23, "Rich Incense of Holiday Fare Is Everywhere in City Markets"
     05    1944 Feb, "A Dash Of Spice..."
     06    1947 Aug 19, "Author Reveals How She Kept Children 'Home on the Range'"
     07    1949 Aug 11, "Chilled Consomme Called Spur To Appetites in Hot Weather"
     08    1950 Nov 29, "Season's Supply of Fruit Cakes Keeps Piling Up" 
             (article incomplete)
     09    1950 Aug 23, "Pear Harvest, a Golden Flood in California"
     10    1950 Nov 19, "Blackstrap Molasses in Favor As Rich Source of B Vitamins"
     11    1951 Mar 10, "Sandwiches Right Off the Plane"
     12    1951 Mar 31, "Half a Day Is None Too Long To Study This Candy Factory"
     13    1951 Dec 13, "Farm Mincemeat Sent by Mail, 10 Pounds in a Wooden Bucket"
     14    1951, "Candy Ghosts, Goblins Ready for Halloween"
     15    1952 Aug 04, "Caesar Salad Widens Sphere To Include N. Y. Central Diners"
     16    1953 Apr 03, "A New One With Old Flavor Is Reminder of Days Gone By"
     17    1953 Jul 24, "Thirsty Earth Drinks Up And Vegetables Revive"
     18    1954 May 15, "Luchow's Holds May Wine Festival" 
             (article incomplete)
     19    1954 Dec 18, "Special Treats for Holiday Dining"
     20    1954, "A Food Seasoner in the Picnic Sun"
     21    1955 Jan 19, "New Danish Delicacies Come to Market in U. S."
     22    1955 Jan 25, "Tropics Send Heart of Palm in Cans"
     23    1956 May 30, "Pennsylvania Dutch Products Grow"
     24    1956 Dec 17, "Stage, TV Actress Stars in Kitchen"
     25    1956, "History Museum Shows Olde New Year's Drinks"
     26    1957 Feb 12, "Ham and Pork Loaf High On Lincoln's Food List"
     27    1957 Apr 06, "Spring Foods Come Out With the Touch of April"
     28    1957, "Still More New Frozen Delicacies"
     29    1958 Jan, "Imported Caviar-Gourmet's Delight"
     30    1958 Mar, "Cheese Galore"
     31    1958 Aug 18, "A Lemon Butter is Among New Taste Tempting Foods"
     32    1959 May 02, "May Wine Celebrations Top Menus This Week"
     33    1959 Oct 19, "English Cheeses Cross the Sea"
     34    1959, "Plum Pudding - Tried and New"
     35    1959, "Sauces for Turkey - Cranberry and Others"
     36    1960 Feb 10, "Delicacies for Valentine's Day"
     37    1961 Feb, "Sweets for Your Valentine"
     38    1961 Nov 23, "Thanks for Surplus Turkey"
     39    1961 Dec 18, "Last Call for Finding Holiday Food Gifts"
     40    1961 Dec 19, "Old Scottish Recipes Find Way to New York"
     41    1962 Jun 06, "Wedding Cake Fashion"
     42    1962, "Russia's Technology Turns to Better Wines"
     43    1962 Jul, "Russian Tour Reveals No Gum, No Girdles"
     44    1963 Apr 30, "Dining and Wining In Exotic Setting"
     45    1963 Jun 26, "No Evil Spirits   Just Elaborate Feasts in Hong Kong"
     46    1963 Jul 01, "The Grasshopper Has Hopped to Hong Kong"
     46    1963 Jul 03, "Japan's Shoyu Sauce An Ancient Condiment"
     48    1963 Jul 10, "'Peter Pan' Cheeses"
     49    1963 Aug 14, "'Little People' Cross Atlantic"
     50    1963 Oct 16, "European Foods Freezing Over"
     51    1963 Nov 13, "The Lighter Whiskeys   A Womanly Touch"
     52    1963 Nov 27, "Canapes Made From a Blueprint" 
             (article incomplete)
     53    1963 Dec 04, "A 'Mistake' Makes the Best Cheese Cake"
     54    1963, "Gold Caviar for the Czar"
     55    1964 Feb 19, "Scots Defend Their Haggis"
     56    1964 Mar, "'Penny Cookbook'" (article incomplete)
     57    1964 May 27, "Crusading for Frozen Fish"
     58    1964 Jun 17, "Florida Mangos Have a Fan Club"
     59    1964 Jun 24, "Spain's National Wine Has Come to Town"
     60    1964 Jul 01, "An Heirloom Sauce Tops a Foot-Long Hot Dog"
     61    1964 Dec 02, "Cargo of Eels in Time for Christmas"
     62    1964 Dec 21, "Beef That's Dried On Top of the World"
     63    1964 Dec, "Treats From a Smoke House" 
             (article incomplete)
     64    1965 Jan 20, "To Sea With an Electric Kitchen"
     65    1965 Feb, "Geese Guard The Scotch"
     66    1965 May 04, "Meet a Land at Its Table"
     67    1965 May 12, "Canapes Built On Danish Bread"
     68    1965 May 19, "A Salad Bowl In the Center"
     69    1965 May 26, "He Plays His Hunches About Food"
     70    1965 Jun 09, "The Spices Are Mixed Secretly"
     71    1965 Aug 07, "Dining Around New York: The Free Lunch Starts at a.m."
     72    1965 Nov 03, "His Roots Are Deep In Champagne Country"
     73    1965 Nov 25, "First Thanksgiving In Virginia Colony"
     74    1965 Dec 01, "He Ate Fruit Cake Around the World"
     75    1965 Dec 15, "Turn Off the Tap and Break Out the Bottle"
     76    1965 Dec 25, "The Best-Known Hungarian"
     77    1965 Dec, "Cooking a Goose"
     78    1966 Jan 06, "Food for '67 And the Budget"
     79    1966 Feb 05, "Dining Around New York: Seafare Amid Grecian Columns"
     80    1966 Mar 09, "A Lack Of Corned Beef and Cabbage"
     81    1966 Mar 19, "Real Texas Grub"
     82    1966 Apr 06, "No Time for Retiring"
     83    1966 Sep 18, "Going Places In Pears"
     84    1966 Oct 13, "Cranberries Cram Cape Cod"
     85    1966 Dec 09, "Beef Bargains Available for Weeks"
     86    1966 Dec 23, "Chowder For Tree Trimmers"
     87    1967 Apr 07, "An 'A' for Asparagus"
     88    1967 Apr 14, "What's News in the Market"
     89    1967 Apr 24, "Recipe of the Week" 
             (Cunard's Bread and Butter Pudding)
     90    1967 Apr 26, "Heart Ball -- A Taste of Jamaica"
     
           Published Articles, n.d., n.s.
114  01    "3 California Vintners Take Hats Off to Texas"
     02    "50 Tons of Swiss Cheese Arrive With a Nut-Like, Pre-War Flavor"
     03    "70c Calf's Head Makes a Feast for 12 Gourmets"
     04    "Add Reminiscence and Potato Chips" 
             (Anne Williams-Heller)
     05    "All Items of Italian Meal in One Place at Last"
     06    "America's Abundant, Neglected Mussel"
     07    "Arabian Nights Spices in One Small Shop"
     08    "Argentina Pouring Out A Huge Flood of Wine"
     09    "Astronaut's Baby Food Spiced"
     10    "Atomic Age Closing In On Vegetable Counters"
     11    "Autumn Cargoes Bring Fruit and Nuts Aplenty"
     12    "Autumn Moves Into the Market: Squash, Beans, Corn, Carrots"
     13    "Bakery Gives a Housewarming At Its Newest Connecticut Plant"
     14    "Belgian Shop Produces Cakes Like Works of Art"
     15    "Black Velvet or Tiger's Milk, It's Same Drink, and It's Good"
     16    "Boat Fare"
     17    "Bollinger 1949 Vintage on Sale Here"
     18    "Brunch Pilgrim Style: Bread and Beer"
     19    "Buffalo Meat for a History Lesson"
     20    "Business of Delicacies Grows and Grows"
     21    "Butter Sliced for Table Is Latest in Packaging"
     22    "Café Espresso Drops Ideal for After Dinner"
     23    "California Harvesting Cling Peaches"
     24    "Cassava Wafers Are Back, Smaller This Time"
     25    "Caviar to Celebrate A Lucky New Year"
     26    "The Champion of Fish Puddings"
     27    "Clearing Up the Wine Mystique"
     28    "Convenient Pasta Dinners Can Be Easily Varied"
     29    "Delicatessen Grew and Grew"
     30    "Desert Date Queen"
     31    "Dipping Into the Lekvar Barrel"
     32    "Dinner With Rotisseurs Is Gourmet Treat"
     33    "Doctors Prescribe a Wine Tasting"
     34    "Don't Burn Your Fingers"
     35    "Double Duty for Holiday Fruit"
     36    "Drink It Cold!"
     37    "An Eating Travelogue: From Here to Hawaii"
     38    "The Eating Is Happy In Sweden-at-the Fair"
     39    "Eggs and Rabbits Pour Into Shops for Easter"
     40    "Endive Culture Is an Art in Belgium"
     41    "Endive Is Eaten by the Upper Crust"
     42    "English Ginger Wine Is Snappy Summer Cooler"
     43    "English Sole by Air, One Day From Channel"
     44    "Essentially a Man's Place"
     45    "Everyone Is Baking Again"
     46    "Excellent Food Surprises on Trip to Germany"
     47    "A Fancy Way With Curds and Whey"
     48    "Fanny Farmer's New Candy Shop Goes Early American"
     49    "Fine Foods From Four Corners of World at Food Show at Astor"
     50    "First Cranberries of 1940 Crop Will Reach the Markets Today"
     51    "The First Lady of Bake-Offs"
     52    "Fish Cheeks"
     53    "Food For Conversation"
     54    "Food For Conversation" 
             (Vichyssoise)
     55    "Food News" 
             (Icy Treat)
     56    "Food of All Nations Sold Under One Roof"
     57    "For Your Week End Hostess: A Food Parcel of Gift 'Extras'"
     58    "Freeze-Dried Soups Are New In Packaging"
     59    "French Dressing Firm Outgrown Brooklyn Brownstone"
     60    "Freshwater Fish Swim Here for Passover by Rail and Truck"
     61    "Fruit Fancies"
     62    "Fruit Imports Flood Markets"
     63    "Gastronomic Splurge On for Food Writers"
     64    "Glamour Grapes Grown In Belgian Glass Houses"
             [note - no name on article, believe to be written by Paddleford]
     65    "Gourmet Galley up in Clouds"
     66    "A Great Dinner in Preparation"
     67    "A Great Truffle Harvest"
     68    "Haggis Gets a Testimonial"
     69    "He Has Charolais Fever"
     70    "Here's a Phone Number to Have If You Need a Very Special Cake"
     71    "Here's the Hush Puppy, Fried Southern Bread in Mix Form"
     72    "A Hi-Flown Sourdough"
     73    "Hints for Good Gaelic Eating"
     74    "Holland Herring Takes the Stage In Five Forms to Prove Its Worth"
     75    "Home Baked Bread Revived in Miniatures"
     76    "Home Dinner Catering Is His Special Dish"
     77    "Honey Center on Lexington Avenue"
     78    "Honey of 18 States, 12 Nations Is on Display at Bloomingdale's"
     79    "Honolulu Supermarket Caters to Oriental Tastes"
     80    "Hot and Hearty Lunch in the Office"
     81    "Hot Dog Posies"
     82    "How to Decorate Ham For That Easter Meal"
     83    "How to Pick Out Your Turkey: Skin Should Be Moist, Pliable"
     84    "Indians' Party Menu of Native American Foods"
     85    "Introducing Frozen, Char, an Arctic Fish"
     86    "Invasion of New York Tables By Italian Foods Is Growing"
     87    "Irish Foods Aplenty for St. Patrick's Day"
     88    "Is Road to Chefdom Rocky?
     89    "It's Suckling Pig for the Holiday Feast"
     90    "It's Trout Season   Fresh or Frozen"
     91    "Journey to the Trees That Grow Chocolate"
     92    "Knockwurst Featured in Hudson Celebration"
     93    "Liberia's National Rice Dish"
     94    "Long Island Duckling Comes In Packages, Groomed for Table"
     95    "Lovely Colored Easter Eggs Cooked at the Table"
             [Paddleford used the name Mrs. C. P. Haskin for this article]
     96    "The Lure of Old-Fashioned Candy in a Country Store"
     97    "Macaroni Takes On New Shape But Sticks to Old Italian Recipe"
     98    "Maine Clam Chowder, Here, Fit for Native Sons"
     99    "Making a Date for Fritters"
     100   "Malabar Farm's Peach Butter Reaches City for Thanksgiving"
     101   "Mango Juice From Indian Alphonso Is New"
     102   "More About Pancake Recipes"
     103   "Neglected Cuts of Lamb Now Whet U. S. Palates"
     104   "New Food Products Arrive in Time for Holiday Parties"
     105   "New Orleans Is Keeping The Croxignolle Secret"
     106   "New Pies and Old for Thanksgiving"
     107   "New Soup Mixes Processed by Improved Freeze-Drying"
     108   "Novel Foods Displayed At Fancy Food Fair"
     109   "Okra Reaching It's Season's Peak"
     110   "Pate on the Breakfast Toast"
     111   "Pillsbury Mills Sponsors Food Fashion Show in Paris"
     112   "Precautions Needed To Keep Food Fresh"
     113   "'Private Stock' Cheddar Is Put On Mail-Order Sale by Maker"
     114   "Prize Winning Orange Desserts for Easter"
     115   "The Proper Way to Cook Bacon"
     116   "Puerto Rican Produce Arrives"
     117   "Putting Springtime Flavor in Meals"
     118   "Reader Seeks Wine Information"
     119   "Recipe of the Week" 
             (Ambrosia Chiffon Cake)
     120   "Recipes on Christmas Cards Are Shared"
     121   "Report From Denmark Sings Cuisine's Praise"
     122   "Rose Petals for Food and Drink"
     123   "Round of Iced Tea and Salads Not the Way to Beat Heat Wave"

115  01    "St. Croix and Its Food Are Discovered" 
             (Chef, Agnes Williams)
     02    "Salads From the Gold Coast"
     03    "Scone Mix Among Many New Food Products"
     04    "Secret of Freezing Garlic Bread Is Discovered"
     05    "Sesame Seed Products Popular"
     06    "Shops Full of Holiday Fixings, From Mince Pies to Snow Men"
     07    "Smokehouse Cocktail Almonds Use Smaller but Sweeter Nuts"
     08    "Sounds and Scents of Autumn Come to City's Market Places"
     09    "South America Grows U. S. Fruits"
     10    "South Sea Parties Are In Style"
     11    "Spring Brings Back the Finest in Fresh Shad"
     12    "Steamers Are Kingpin At Clam Broth House"
     13    "A Stimulant, Digestive, Refresher and Balm"
     14    "Strange Cuts at Meat Counter From a Filipino Water Buffalo"
     15    "... the Street of Christmas Confections" 
             [first part of title missing]
     16    "Students Sample Czech Dinner"
     17    "Sugar Plum Tree on Wall St."
     18    "Suggestions for the Punch Bowl And the Christmas Cupboard"
     19    "Summer's Here and So Are Berries, Fruit Salads"
     20    "Swedish Foods the Specialty"
     21    "Swedish Specialties Win Royal Approval"
     22    "Swiss Chocolate Family In Step With the Times"
     23    "Talents For Two"
     24    "Teas" 
             [article incomplete]
     25    "They're in Johnny Appleseed's Debt"
     26    "Tisanes Work Their Magic"
     27    "Travel Guides Report On Best of Everything"
     28    "Typical Holiday Feast in England"
     29    "A Variety of Recipes Possible for Sprouts"
     30    "Vote"
     31    "A Vote for Ding Dong Port"
     32    "Washington Ate There"
     33    "Ways With the Leek, a European Favorite"
     34    "We Go to a Kitchen Christening"
     35    "We'll Be Eating"
     36    "What Are Easter Eggs Made Of?"
     37    "What's Cooking"
     38    "Whitebait With Oyster Crabs Are a Gourmet's Dream Meal"
     39    "Wine and Food Society Passes The Bowls for Spring Tasting"
     40    "Wine, Women and Food at Editor's Conference"
     41    "Yes, Virginia Fine Food Is a Joy"
     42    No title, article begins with "The guide book said..."
     43    No title, article begins with "These blocks with the truffled center..."
     44    No title, (Thayngen, Switzerland)

           Typewritten Article, unpublished
116  01    1957 Jun 08, "Company Is Company"
           1957 Jun 08, Paddleford to Mr. Lee Schwanz, Robin Press Inc.,
             Milwaukee, Wisconsin

           Typewritten Articles, n.d., n.s.
     02    Kitchens Around the World
     03    Marshmallow
     04    Readers Report
     05    Super markets
     06    Waldorf Astoria
     07-09 Christmas 
     10    Christmas, Gingerbread House
     11    Christmas, Greek Cake
     12    Christmas, Holiday Scramble
     13    Christmas, Knickerbocker mince pie
     14    Christmas, Luchow's Restaurant
     15    Christmas, The Luchow Tree
     16    Christmas, Our Family
     17    Christmas, Santa Claus
     18    Christmas, Shop of Cheer 
     19    Christmas, Stern, Saul 
     20    Christmas, Tree
	 
           Halloween
     21    "Goblin Battalians Take Over City For Hallowe'en Conclave"

           Thanksgiving
     22    "The All American Feast"
     23    "The All American Feast" [different version]
     24    "Carving Maestro Talks Turkey And Shows Tricks Of The Art"
     25    "Carving the Bird" 
     26    Celery
     27    Corn
     28    "Modern Thanksgiving Dinner Follows Colonial Day Menus"
     29    Pie Thoughts
     30    Recipe of the Week 
             (Cabbage Patch Supper)
     31    Table Centerpiece
     32    Thanksgiving, table setting
     33    Thanksgiving, 
             (Currant Jelly Meringue and Pumpkin Chiffon Pie)
     34    Thanksgiving, day after
     35    Thanksgiving, November
     36    Thanksgiving, Tradition
     37    "Was America's First Thanksgiving a Viking Feast?"
           
           Bouquets, New York Herald Tribune
117  01    1943
     02-03 1944
     04    1945
     05    1946
     06    1947

           Bouquets, This Week, "How America Eats"
     07    1949
     08    1951
     09-22 [ca. 1951]
     23    1952
     24    1954
     25    1955
     26    1956
     27    1957
     28    1959
     29    1962
     30    1963 
     31    1964
     32    1965     
     33-35 n.d.

           Christian Herald 
118  01    1930 Dec 06, article incomplete
     02    1931 Apr, "Science Does the Dirty Work"     
     03    1931 Jun, "Picnic Time...is here again!"
     04    1931 Sep, "Money...in the Mixing Bowl," by Helen Evelyn Jones
     05    1931 Oct, "Your Miss Jones," by Helen Evelyn Jones
     06    1931 Dec, "Christmas Time Is Candy Time" 
     07    1932 Jan, "Little Cakes That Helped Build Great Cathedrals," by Sue Moody
     08    1932 Feb, "Food and Fun For February Parties," Jessie Crawford
     09    1932 Mar, "Crackers For Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch and Tea"
     10    1932 Apr, "Breakfast's Ready!...With Surprise Dishes for Easter Morning"
     11    1932 May, "Two May Banquets"
     12    1932 Jun, "New Styles in Summer Sandwiches"
     13    1932 Jul, "Celebrate With a Picnic"
     14    1932 Aug, "Refrigerator Suppers," by Jessie Crawford
     15    1932 Sep, "These 400,000,000 Meals"
     16    1932 Oct, "It's A Barbecue," by Jane Stroup
     17    1932 Nov, "Relish...To Flavor the Thanksgiving Feast"
     18    1933 Jan, "Supper Starters"
     19    1933 Feb, "Let's See It Pretty!"
     20    1933 Mar, "Marie L. Casteen, Flavor Expert for Seven Hotel Kitchens,
             Tells Here How She Gives A Quantity Recipe That Home Made Taste"
     21    1933 Apr, "We are giving a Banquet"
     22    1933 May, "Missionary Suppers With a Twist - Madame Pearl V. Metzelthin"
     23    1933 Jun, "Jellies and Jams For the Church Pantry"
     24    1933 Nov, "A Golden Rule Thanksgiving Dinner"
     25    1933 Dec, "Candies That Shout Merry Christmas"
     26    1934 Jan, "Light Refreshments For the Social Hour"
     27    1934 Apr, "New Foods And How To Serve Them To Surprise The Family and
             The Crowd"
     28    1934 May, "Trimmings make the Banquet"
     29    1934 Jun, "Neighborhood Canning Provides Millions of Quarts of Fruits
             and Vegetables for Feeding the Needy"
     30    1934 Aug, "It's a Regular Party to Hold a Christian Herald Cooking School"
     31    1934 Oct, "An Oyster Supper"
     32    1934 Nov, "A New Deal For Turkey With Something New In Fixings"
     33    1934 Dec, "Cakes and Candies For Christmas To Give or Sell"
     34    1935 Jan, "Cutting Down the Meat Bill"
     35    1935 Feb, "It's Family Night Out"
     36    1935 Apr, "How Profits Hatch From Easter Eggs"
     37    1935 May, "Seeing That The Church Is Properly Cleaned"
     38    1935 Jul, "Salads With The Party Touch"
     39    1935 Aug, "For Your Own Sake Do Something New"
     40    1935 Oct, "Fun Suppers Bring Out the Town"
     41    1935 Nov, "New Thrills for the Thanksgiving Dinner"
     42    1935 Christmas, "Cookies The Merriest Gift of All"
     43    1936 Feb, "Better Pies Than Mother Made"
     44    1936 May, "New Discoveries For the Church Banquet Table"
     45    1936 Jun, "Taking the Guesswork Out of Making Jelly and Jam"
     46    1937 Jan, "Faith and The New Year," by Mildred Brown-Tinker
     47    1937 Dec, "Ten Minute Candies for a Twelfth Hour Christmas Bazaar"
     48    19[?] Sep, "Start The Church Year With Three Money-Making Suppers,"
             by Helen Evelyn Jones
     49    "Christmas Shopping For Church and Home," n.d.
     50    "Make Next Summer's Dream Come True," n.d.
     51    "Supper in a Soup Bowl," n.d.
     52    1930 Nov-Dec, Food Analysis for December [Financial Report]
           1930 Dec-1931 Jan, Other Facts [Financial Report]
     53    1931 Dec [Financial Report]
           1932 Apr 29, Paddleford to Wayne B. Miller, Christian Herald
           Expense Account and Financial Reports
     54    Plan in Detail [plan for articles]
     55    Memo from Paddleford to Mr. Hammond
             Work By Departments For Week Ending February 7th [?]
     56    Leaflets - note from Paddleford "Typical leaflets I plan and write
             each month in connection with Food and Equipment Pages"     
             1935 Nov, Leaflets for Early Winter List
             Fall List of Leaflets, n.d.
             Winter Leaflets List, n.d.
     57    Bowie, the Rev. Russell, D.D., "A Christmas Mystery For Giving In
             Home or Church," n.d.
     58    Buchanan, Beth, "A Grand and Glorious Picnic For July Fourth," n.d.
     59    McElroy, Edith Wasson, "Along the Romany Trail," n.d.
     60    McElroy, Edith Wasson, "Make It A Kitchen Junket!," n.d.
     61    Martin, Helen Goodrich, "Father Time Express, A Calendar Party," n.d.
     62    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Bird Of A Party," n.d.
     63    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Dozen Way To Play This Spring,"n.d.,  2 copies
     64    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Fan-cy Affair," n.d.
     65    Plumb, Beatrice, "Frills For February," n.d., 2 copies
     66    Plumb, Beatrice, "Howdy Neighbor!" n.d., 2 copies
     67    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Merry Christmas To You," n.d., 2 copies
     68    Plumb, Beatrice, "The Pally Rally," n.d.
     69    Plumb, Beatrice, "Reduced To A Shadow," n.d.
     70    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Twelfth Night Revel," n.d., 2 copies
     71    Trachsel, Myrtle Jamison, "Dude Ranch Doings," n.d.
     72    Trachsel, Myrtle Jamison, "Leap Year Fete," n.d., 2 copies
     73    Wilson, Sue Ann, "Celebrating Easter, A List of Suggestions," n.d.

           Christian Herald articles/leaflets, n.d. (Cont'd)
119  01    "Afternoon Refreshments"
     02    "Cheap Meat Dishes"
     03    "Dried Fruit Specials Planned For The Crowd" 
     04    "Easter Favorites"
     05    "Gift Candies"
     06    "Harvest Home Festival "
     07    "Hob Gobblin Food"
     08    "Junior-Senior Banquet"
     09    "A Lover's Leap Party"
     10    "Missionary Parties"
     11    "Money Making Bazaar" 
     12    "Ordering Groceries for the Crowd"
     13    "Poor Richard's Supper"
     14    "Reduced to a Shadow"
     15    "Serving the Dinner"
     16    "Thing's to do on Mother's Day"
     17    "Tin Fruit Cups"
     18    "Twenty-Five Money Making Ideas"
     19    "A Very Truly Yours Social"

           Farm & Fireside articles, n.d., not Paddleford's
120  01    Rogers, C. E., "A Great Farm Magazine"
     
             General
     02    "Booklets Full of Ideas From Farm & Fireside's Household Department"
           "Farm & Fireside's Household Department Serves Your Needs"
           "Gifts for Everybody"
     03    "Books Worth Knowing" 
     04    Farm & Fireside "General Recipe Book" 
     05    Farm & Fireside "Where To Buy Brass"

             Beauty/Skin, Hair, Etc.
     06    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "All About Cold Creams"
     07    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "All About Your Eyes"
     08    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "Hair Helps"
     09    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "Helping Hands"
     10    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "Homely Hints"
     11    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "In An Emergency"
     12    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "The Oily Skin"
     13    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "Travel Kits"
     14    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "The Up to Date Face"

             Cartoons
     15    "Decorating With Doris," by Diane

             Children
     16    Child Care and Training Project
     17    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Doll's Dandy House"
     18    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Easy Made Furnishings For The Child's Room" 
     19    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Weaning, For Babies Seven Months of Age and Over" 
     20    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Food Helps For Children"
     21    McLeod, Ruth Peck, "Summer Care For Baby"
     22    Trachsel, Myrtle Jamison, "The Dance of the Christmas Toy"
     23    Wolf, Lucile, "Play Toys to Make For Your Child"

             Cloth/Clothing
     24    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Oilcloth and Bias Tape Samples"
             1929 Nov 19, Ella J. Spooner, Wm. E. Wright & Sons, Co. - reference
              "Oilcloth and Bias Tape Samples"
     25    Lesher Mohair Fabric Samples
     26    Cloth Samples
     27    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "Color Chart"
     28    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Dressing Up The Closet"
     29    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Efficient Mending Methods" 
     30    Farm & Fireside Staff, "The Home Sewers' Library Of Free Sewing Help"
     31    Wells, Jane Warren, "All About New Underwear"
     32    Wells, Jane Warren, "Sewing Helps For Children's Clothes" 
     33    Wells, Jane Warren, "Smocking And Faggoting"
     34    Wells, Jane Warren, "That Well-Groomed Look" 
     35    Wells, Jane Warren, "Trim Apron Trims"
     36    Wells, Jane Warren, "Warm Underwear"

             Covers
     37    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Dressing Tables You Can Make"
     38    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Couch Cover Materials"
     39    Fillebrown, A. Louise, "Four Couch Covers"

             Crafts
     40    Abbott, Mabel, "A Zoo From Pipe-Stem Cleaners"
     41    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Assisi Work for Linens"
     42    Couch, Osma Plamer, "Batiking for Beginners"
     43    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Block Prints You Make And Stamp Yourself"
     44    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Christmas Cards That You Can Paint"
     45    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Dolly's Christmas Luggage"
     46    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Four Beads Bouquets"
     47    Couch, Osma Palmer, "From Tin Cans To Flower Pots" 
     48    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Hand Made Wall Plaques"
     49    Couch, Osma Palmer, "How to Bind Your Own Books"
     50    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Pine Needle Basketry"
     51    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Repair and Care of Old Picture Frames
     52    Couch, Osma Palemer, "Things to Do with Corn Shucks"
     53    Crawford, Jessie, "Gifts to Make With Scissor Painting"
     54    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Gifts for Less Than $1"
     55    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Four Lampshades and How to Make Them"
     56    McLeod, Beth, "Lampshades That You Can Spatter"
     57    Mayer, Sybille, "Home Made Gifts In Plastic Art"
     58    Wells, Jane Warren, "Fifth Avenue Gifts You Can Make Yourself"
     59    Wells, Jane Warren, "Gifts That Girls And Boys Can Make"

             Decorating
121  01    Couch Osma Palmer, "Five Ways to Reseat Old Chairs"
     02    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Arranging Your Room" 
     03    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Color Schemes For Every Room" 
     04    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Curtain Designs for Your House"
     05    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Hints for Cold or Dark Rooms" 
     06    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Hints for the Well Lighted Room"
     07    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Tied and Dyed Work and How I Do It" 
     08    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Trimming Your Home For Christmas"
     09    Fillebrown, Louise, A. "Slip Covers You Can Make For Your Old Furniture"
     10    Stewart, Jane, "Stencils, How to Make and Use Them"

             Festivals/Parties/Picnics
     11    Anderson, Catherine, A Spring Tonic Party"
     12    Farm & Fireside Staff, "A Fall-Together Party"
     13    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Old Time Dancing Party"
     14    Lowe, Douga, "A Gay Cabaret Party"
     15    Miller, Nettie Rand, "A Dog Days Party" 
     16    Miller, Nettie Rand, "Harvest Home Festival" 
     17    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Back-and-Forth Picnic"
     18    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Big Time Party"
     19    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Christmas Bells Party"
     20    Plumb, Beatrice, "By George - A Party"
     21    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Caveman Party"
     22    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Fire-Cracker-Jack Party"

             Food
     23    Farm & Fireside Staff, "New Foods And Old Foods In New Packages"
     24    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Twenty Favorite Cheese Dishes"
           
             Fund Raiser
     25    Farm & Fireside Staff, "12 Ways My Club Made Money"
     26    Plumb, Beatrice, "A Fine Affair"  

             Furniture
     27    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Home Made Furniture for Your Porch"

             Games
     28    "Bidding for Honors"
     29    "A Diamond Not Ruffed"
     30    "Five Clubs"
     31    "The Last Trump" 
     32    "A New Deal to the Hands"
     33    "Two Hearts"

             Gifts
     34    Cades, Hazel Rawson, "Christmas Gifts"
     35    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Ten Gifts From Oilcloth And Bias Fold Tape"
     36    Wells, Jane Warren, "Ten Gifts From Paris" 
     
             Health
     37    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Free Booklets to Help You Keep Well"
     38    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Strengthening Exercised For Weak Feet"
           
             Home/Home Equipment
     39    Farm & Fireside Staff, "The Bride's First Home"
     40    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Equipment Testing Service"    
     41    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Good Cutlery List"
     42    Farm & Fireside Staff, "March Tools For The Task"
     43    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Refrigerator Price List"
     44    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Your Kitchen Library"

             Linens
     45    Fillebrown, A. Louise, "Right Ways To Care For Linens"
     46    Nichols, Nell B. "Bed Coverings and How to Choose Them"

             Luncheons
     47    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Seven Spring Luncheons"

             Menus
     48    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Family Meals, For Grown-Ups and Children"

             Paint/Varnish
     49    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Paint and Varnish for Your Summer Porch"

             Plants
     50    Farm & Fireside Staff, "House Plants, and How to Keep them Healthy"

             Recipes
     51    Farm & Fireside Staff, "12 Favorite Cranberry Recipes"
     52    Farm & Fireside Staff, "12 Recipes For Apple Jam"
     53    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Recipes From Railway Diners"
     54    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Twenty Favorite Cheese Dishes" 
     55    Nichols, Nell B. "Frozen Desserts and Salads for Summer Days"
     56    Nichols, Nell B. "Good Pies and How to Bake Them"
     57    Nichols, Nell B. "Jams and Jellies Made in our Kitchen"
     58    Shaffer, Elizabeth, "Round the World Recipes for Your Food Sale"
     59    Wing, Janet Fox, "Sandwitchcraft With Sandwich Suggestions For Every Occasion"

             Rugs
     60    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Rug Patterns to Design Yourself"
     61    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Two Round Rugs"
     62    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Eight Rugs You Can Crochet for Your Home"

             Silverware
     63    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Silverware, How to Choose and Use It"
     64    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Tableware and Where to Buy It"

             Shades and Windows
     65    Lowe, Douga, "Shades For Every Window"

             Weaving
     66    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Easy Flower Designs in Swedish Weaving"
     67    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Mats to Weave Of Cord and Twine"
     68    Couch, Osma Palmer, "Weaving On Net"

             Women
     69    Farm & Fireside Staff, "Kitchen Shell Shock"

             Work at Home
     70    1928 Nov 12, "Work At Home Schemes," National Better Business Bureau, Inc.




spacer
 
logo
http://www.lib.k-state.edu