The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 41, Issue 5
One Iowa State girl hasn't yet caught the disease plaguing prospective graduates of the University. Joyce Cryder has successfully avoided the "senioritis" bug. Adjusting to a new school, participating in activities here, and acting as National College Clubs Section Secretary of the American Home Economics Association keeps her immune to lethargy.
Good foods are included in every family's Christmas plans. Although famous hostesses are usually reluctant to share the recipes which have won them their reputation, we have managed to secure favorite recipes from faculty members in the Home Economics College at Iowa State.
Letter to the Editor, page 5
What Do YOU Know About the World Situation?, page 5
Foods from Faculty Files, Diane Sharbo, page 6
Creating the Air of Christmas, Ann Sindt, page 8
Study Buddies, Barb Strang, page 9
Mat, Motifs, Mailboxes, Made of Felt, Sharon Sherman, page 10
Are Co-ops for ISU?, Judy Godden, page 11
Home Economics Council Claims National Officer, Mary Ellen Muckenhirn, page 12
Hear Now the Bells, Sweet, Silver Bells, Marsha Barron, page 13
Gay Gifts Inside and Out, Jan Wheeler, page 14
Phi Upsilon Omicron, Joy Reese, page 16
Alii Nui Provides Last-Minute Gift Idea, Anne Collison, page 17
Poems, Jan Wheeler, page 18
The bells of the campanile which can be heard from January to December assume a significant meaning during Christmas time. They ring with special tidings and joy during this season, playing traditional tunes of the holidays. The chimes which resound are similar to those of old with many of the special customs attached.
Twenty-one senior women are taking a course this quarter that is refreshingly unique. No other course of its kind is available in Iowa. Topics discussed in the course vary from "ethical overtones and their effect on families of today" to "the effectiveness of education is strengthening the family."