The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 37, Issue 2
Congratulations, you have found your prince. He asked you to marry him, and you will spend the rest of your lives together.
"Love" means many things to many people. Have you ever tried to explain its meaning? We asked several Iowa State students and faculty, "What is love?" Here are their answers.
Prepare a complete dinner without a range! Impossible you say? Not any more with the new power center in the Department of Household Equipment.
More than a dream- more than just finding the right mate, marriage is a reality which engulfs and encompasses every small phase of everyday living. In maturity comes a deeper understanding that marriage is a combination of romantic elements and questions and problems. Finding the answers to many of the universal queries is the job of Dr. David Fulcomer, marriage counselor at Iowa Stale. Confronted with several questions from engaged women, Dr. Fulcomer emphasized that his answers and comments are somewhat generalized since each couple presents a different situation.
The girl who has never had to sit on her suitcase to close it or who has never found clothes peeking out the edges may not be a rarity, but neither is she the average college packer. Bet she isn't even getting the most usable space out of her suitcase with a minimum of wrinkles.