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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 46

Des Moines, Iowa
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Sunday, May 10, 1970
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May 10, 1970 r>ES MOTNE? SUNDAY REGTSTHR f.\\ : Oft THE PES MQINES. SCENE -- '-'- - V L Travel-arid ' By Jane Canady \li/fR: Atfb MRS. Riley H. UV1 Richards, 5&06 Harwortd Compass Club Tea Mrs. Robert Schulze (seated), a past-president of Newcomers'Compass Club, was a table hostess at the Governor's Mansion at the organization's recent tea for members and their guests and newcomers 10 (he greater Des Moines area. Pictured with her are (from left) Mrs. Donald Broadbenl, club president; Mrs. Robert Ray, Iowa governor's wife, and Mrs. Irvin Teterud, also a past-president. Approximately 300 attended the event. MRS. DOROTHY RICKER Peering Into ,' The Future Dorothy Kicker's TIPS FOR TERNS QJOME-PEOPLE try to peer into the future by gazing inlo JO crystal balls, or reading tea leaves, or with the aid of various other devices. Whether or nonhese~thTngs ever work is always open to argument and, whether we believe in such things or not, most of us at times would like to know what the future holds for us. If you are a teen-ager, wondering about your future is an important part of all your thinking. You wonder about your future education and vocation, you wonder about your health and your future marriage and if you will have good luck in general. Of course, this sort of "fortune telling" is no more accurate for teens than for anyone else, but there are -some-ways-a-young-person can-'peerJnto-his own future and find some revealing ideas about the kind of future it will be. You cannot know what luck, good or bad, will bring your way; but aside from luck, much of your life will be shaped by the kind of person you are, your character, personality^ the amount of drive you how have. In other words, the knowledge and attitudes you have today will form the pattern which will shape your tomorrow. So if you want to know what your future may be like, check yourself on some of these basic characteristics today. How Do You Rate? H OW DO YOU RATE on FAIRNESS, HONESTY, UNSELFISHNESS? If you have learned to live by the Golden Rule in your teens, it is certain to be of great benefit in your future. • How do you ACCEPT DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES? Do you do your best to carry out your duties, even though sometimes those duties may be unpleasant? • Do you have GOOD MANNERS? Good manners will win the approval of many nice pepple who will be important to your future. • Have you made any effort toward better PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT? Physical fitness and personal cleanliness, plus proper diet and sound health habits are vitally important to your future. • Do you have a DESIRE FOR ACHIEVEMENT? Some teens develop one or more personal skills (swimming, dancing, music, sports, crafts, etc.) — they try to excel at something. Other teens make no such personal effort and end up being a "zero" who just gets by. Obviously the teen who sets goals and strives to reach them will accomplish more in life. • Do you have any KNOWLEDGE OF RELIGION? Spiritual inspiration will enrich your-own" life—and give you the "'emotional' strength "to "accomplish much which you might • Have you learned the VALUE OF MONEY? Knowing how to handle money wisely can affect all phases of a person's life It can make much of the riiffprenre hptwpen rniigh going and a rosy future. — •"Do you KNOW HOW TO WORK? Whether at chores at home or his studies or an after-school*job, a smart teen-ager will team to concentrate on the work at hand and get the job finished as efficiently as possible. Compare this to the -attitude of letting work go to the very last minute, then sweating blood to get it done. It is obvious which attitude about work will produce the best results and the happiest person, both now and in the future. • To this foregoing list of basics in teen-age learning, add an APPRECIATION FOR THE GOOD THINGS OF LIFE. Dis cover the very personal advantages of high moral standards and the rewards of developing tolerance and respect for all people of good will. AnnualBook Review Tea Des Moines Alumnae' Club of Grinnell College will have its annual book review tea, at 2 p.m, Saturday atrtiie home of Mrs. Bert Mills, 117 S.W. Fifty-first st. Edith Dunbem W*bber will review "A Wind from the West" by_ Evelyn Ames_and "The Mouse on Wall Street by Leonard Wiberly. Chairman of the committee is Mrs, Day! Evans. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Mills or Mrs. Evans. Bishop Drumm Guild Sets Member Drive , £ MRS. JAMES f. MRS. CARROLL SWIFT JR. MANN Bishop Drumm Home for the Aged Guild is conducting its thirty-second annual membership drive, headed by Mrs. Carroll E. Mann, chairman. Mrs". James-F-T-Swift r - jr., is the newly-elected president of the guild. Other new officers are Mrs. Emil-Rizk, recording secretary; Mrs. Victor Ruppe, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Robert Scarpino, treasurer, and Mrs. James Griffiths, .auditor. Parish chairmen assisting with the membership drive include Mesdames John P. McNerney t James T. Caffrey, John J. McLaughlin, J. F. Liddy. Dale Capps, F. W. Capper, Lucille Prey, Melvin Lalor, Vincent Patrick. L. P Durnavich, K. E. Collins, Ethel Proctor, Edna RiU and Jeanne O'Meara. Theta Sig • Matrix Brunch Des Moines members of Theta Sigma Phi, professional organization for women in journalism and communications, has scheduled its annual Matrix brunch for 11 a.m. next Sunday at Ramada Inn, 4685 N.E. Fourteenth st. The meeting is open to the public. i Car'la Lechner Lucas and her husband, E. H. Lucas, jr., of West Des Moines, will be presented in a program entitled; "And What Will You" Say?" Mrs. Lucas is creative dramatics teacher at Willkie House and Mr. Lucas, a decorator for a Des Moines store, is active in productions of the Drama Workshop. Mrs. Nancy Chavennes is taking reservations for the brunch. Open House Mr. and Mrs. Roland A. Townsend. 735 Thirty-seventh st.. will be honored on their golden wedding anniversary at a 2 to 6 p.m. open house today at the East Des Moines Club. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Thorp, 1144 Americana ' court, will be hosts for the celebration. Drive, are back after a trip to Europe, where they visited with their son-in-law and daughter, Sp-4 and Mrs. Bruce L. Seek, in Aschaffenburg:, Germany, and toured Europe with them. En route, they, spent some time with Mrs. Richards' brother and sister-in-law^ Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Smith, and family, in Westfield, N.J., and visited their son, Roy Richards, in Dearborn, Mich., where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Tiernan, 415 Forty-second St., recently met in .Notre Dame, Ind., with the board of directors of the Parents Council of Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, of which they are members, and visited with • their daughter, Mary Josephine, who is a junior at the school. Mrs. Robert M. Clements, jr., the former Jennifer Griffith of Des Moines, recently was graduated, magna cum laude, from the University of California's school of architecture at Berkeley, and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffith, 2805 Terrace Drive. Her husband is completing work on his doctorate in English at that university. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. ,Van Sant of Fort Collins, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bane of Iowa City are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Bane, Bradley and Julanne Lee, 7021 Washington Ave.- The guests came to attend the christening of their granddaughter, 4-month-old Julanne, Saturday, at St. Andre w ' s Episcopal Church. The Banes will remain for an extended visit, while Mr. and Mrs. James Bane go to Ash- Jand, Ohio, where they will be moving soon. He will be national sales manager there for Cresco Manufacturing. , Mrs. Leslie Gurvey, the former Joan Friedman, and son Andrew, have .arrived from New Orleans, La., for a two-week visit with Mrs. Gurvey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Friedman, 4025 Oak Forest Drive. They are here- also for the celebration of Mrs. Gurvey's grandfather's birthday anniversary. He is Joseph Gott stein, 2925 Grand Ave. Mrs. Gurvey's husband will join her here later for a stay before they return to New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer, 6090 N. Waterbury Road, are back after a vacation in Florida. They visited with former Des Moines residents, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gillette of Lake Placid, and with Mr. and Mrs. Ned Brownlee of Sarasota. En route home they spent some . time with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr-, and Mrs. Thomas Ahern, and Sally, in Buffalo Grove, 111. Sandra Cappola, . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cappola, 6903 Colby ave., is home after attending Vita International Study Center.. at i A n sen b o u r g Castle ' in { Luxembourg, for three j months. A sophomore at Marycrest College, Daven- | port,' Miss Cappola will re- j turn to that school in the fall, j Several Des Moines women are back from Philadelphia, Pa., after attending the recent national convention the.fe of ihe .Quester^,V antique collectors' organization. They are Mesdames Ofvllle toper, who was elected ha- tjonal president at the convention; .fames B. Smith, national assistant corresponding secretary, and Wade Clarke, John Hughes, H. B. ehnrch and Arch Mellor. Two Des Moines young women recently pledged so- cial sororities. Becky Atesfi. daughteV of Mr. aild Mrs. Robert J,. AtesS, 101 S.W. Fil- ty-eighth Drive, was pledged I o A 1 p h a Gamma Delta sorority at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. where she is a freshman, and Bobbie Folk, daughter of and Mrs. Kenneth K. University Ave., became a pledge of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority at the 'University • of Iowa, Iowa City, where she-is-a freshman. Sweet Adelines Mrs. Phyllis Toy, (at left) of West Des Moines was installed as president of the DCS Moines Chapter of Sw.eet Adelines, and Mrs. Zada Burrell of Pleasantville was presented with the SALLY Award (Sweet Adeline Leading Lady of the Year) which she is holding. The chapter presented the award at a recent meeting 1 of the organization whicTTfeatures barb~eV shop singirigT Other new officers are Mesdames William R. Hufford, vice-president; Harold CJ. Parry, recording secretary; Donald Hagen, corresponding secretary, and AiTo Stodgill, treasurer. Women's Club Members of the board of directors of the Des Moines Women's Club, who are retiring at this time, will enter- j tain for the officers and re- j maining members of the board at a noon luncheon Wednesday in the art gallery of ftoyt Sherman Place. Mrs. Robert 0, Anderson is in charge of arrangements. St. Paul's Luncheon . The Women of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will have their annual May luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the undercroft of the church. A style show will be presented by the Dickinson Shop. Tickets are $1.50. beautiful brides shop at BRIDAL SHOP Since 1932 . . . nationally ad- verlised wedding gowns, bridesmaid dresses, formats, bridal accessories. Let our bridal consultant aiiisl you on. this happy occasion. 706 Walnut St. Ph. 243-7189 . Opeq Monday Night 'til 9 BRIDAL FASHIONS SALE-^ Spring Formal* -Bridal' Gowns' BAIMKAMERICARD & MASTER CHARGE WELCOME GLADYS ROBERTSON-FORMALITY SHOP Phont 143-1 »7» RENTALS - SALES ' v OP» Dtily 1:30-5:30, Mon. 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