THIRST. A Poem Richard Trump 2;
SPRING THUNDER. A Poem Robert Beresford 2;
LETTERS DO INCRIMINATE. A Story Irving Caspe 3;
SPEED. A Story Bernie Kooser 9;
THE ENGINEER IN LOVE. A Poem....Maurice Kirby 10;
EPILOGUE TO A PROCTOR MARK. A Story
POEMS Maurice J. Kirby 2;
THROUGH GINGHAM CURTAINS Dorothy Dunkelberg 2;
HOME AGAIN Fred Sawyer 3;
THE CURLERS Grace Eby 6;
LITTLE SISTER'S INFLUENCE Roy Kyner 7;
No FRAGILE THING Agda Gronbech 8;
TRAVELER Richard Hull 9;
BILL'S FOLLY William...
Saratoga Cheryl Latuner 9;
Violations of the County Code Dianna Hunter 25;
Small Things Betsy Birmingham 37;
The Satyr Jason Wiese 47;
Winnie's Tale Adrienne Lyles 63;
The Sound of Him Walking Michelle Hovet 73;
1943. A Poem Helen James 2;
Fall. A Poem Carolyn Carlson 2;
The Messiah. A Story Pfc. Ed Covert 3;
Doctor of Chemistry. A Story Bernice Herrig 9;
Another Autumn. A Sketch Barbara Sgarlata 13;
The Great Circle. A Poem Keith Shillington 15;
Barker, Celestia Lee, 1846- ; Barker, William B ; Cookery, American -- Midwestern style ; Farm life -- Iowa ; Home economics ; Religious education -- Iowa ; Rural families ; Women in agriculture ; Women teachers -- Iowa ; Iowa -- History -- Civil...
The majority of entries were written during the Civil War and describe Lee's work on the family farm, attending religious services, visiting family throughout central Iowa, social activities, and her beaux. She also describes her training to be a...
Kitchen-Klatter began as a half-hour radio show with Leanna Driftmier sharing household tips, recipes, and childrearing advice among other topics. The radio show aired from 1926-1986 making it the longest running homemaker program in the history of...