The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 35, Issue 2
Nine silver trays and five gold candy dishes! In long-range planning, luxuries are a bride's dreams. But young wives at Iowa State who are housekeeping for the first time, say they find little need or use fur these "silver-tray" luxuries. You'll please a bride more if you keep her current needs in mind when choosing her wedding gift.
What could be more fun than picking out the actual material for your own wedding dress and making it just as you always dreamed it would be? This year with the array of beautiful fabrics available, many girls will make their own wedding gowns. Some will use commercial patterns; others will design their own or make a copy of an expensive original.
Are you one of the counties numbers of college girls who is thinking of buying a new bathing suit? For a preview here are some fashion tips I gathered in an interview with the bathing suit buyer for a large department store in Des Moines.
I have a collection of snapshots, fuzzy edged ones, tipsy views of Beardshear and the Campanile, shots of my roommates mercilessly cut from the print at top and side edges.
You as well as the visitors can learn more about Home Economics at the Veishea Open House displays, May 13 and 14. If you're a freshman, here's your chance to see students demonstrating class projects. These in-action talks will be your tip-off to what's ahead, and help you decide on some electives.