We have been sensitive to the needs of women who are homemakers.
If we are to teach our girls and our boys to be homemakers, we must consider carefully what they need to know.
The fact, however, confronts us that at some time in their lives a very large majority of these girls will be homemakers.
Here perhaps they will find their life mates and will start out to be homemakers themselves.
Housekeeping is supposed to come by nature, and few women of any station in life are trained to be homemakers and mothers.
Mrs. Polistes and the homemakers of her family always insisted upon doing in this way.
In a few instances, homemakers have entrusted the furnishing of rooms in their homes to the related art class.
This was a poetical way of stating the fact—now generally accepted by men of science—that women were the first homemakers.