The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1967 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, November 28, 1967
Page:
Page 3
Start Free Trial
Cancel

(Ark.) Geuri«r News — Tuesday, November 28, 106T- Page Thres by Abigail Van Boren—«— This Teacher Has Much to Learn . DEAR ABBY: At the end of the school year, a teacher in our school retired. Another teacher and I collected 515 from each member of the faculty to give the retiring teacher a farewell dinner at an expensive restaurant. We also presented "her with a set of matched luggage, and a generous check for the trip we understood she was to take. At the beginning of the new school year, this "retired" teacher returned, explaining that she had decided not to retire after all. This puts me in a very awkward position. Shouldn't the teacher return the money and luggage so I can refund it to the contributors? Any suggestions? FEELS AWKWARD DEAR FEELS: If anyone is in an "awkward" position, it's the teacher, not you. Of course she should return the luggage and the money (or throw a party for all of you). But unless she volunteers to do so, you are out of luck. Since sh e was sufficiently brazen to return to her job and keep the "retirement" gifts, I doubt if even an outright suggestion from the group would jolt her. DEAR ABBY: In reply to "SUNK," who told her husband that after 18 years of marriage, his lovemaking did nothing for her, and she'd been putting on. an act all along. Then she wrote, "It wasn't exactly the truth. I only said it to hurt him." I am willing to bet it WAS the truth. Or very close to it. The husband's reaction was typical. Instead of being genuinely sorry to learn that hjs wife had been getting no sexual satisfaction from their marriage, and seeking ways to correct it, what did he do? He punished her by being cool, distant, and silent. Why can't a man realize that this is a legitimate complaint — cry of a faithful wife who wants her marriage to last? Frigidity is the result of the Victorian era, when no "decent" woman was supposed to enjoy sex. Only men were allowed to have sexual appetites, and women were around for the purpose of satisfying them. Now we know that the physical needs of women are the same as men, and they are equally entitled to fulfillment. A husband who really loves his wife wil move heaven and earth to find out why his lovemaking does nothing for her. There are doctors to consult and books to read to correct the problem. Married couples who keep such secrets from each other grow apart and be come strangers. Can you guess, Dear Abby, how many women are in the same boat with "SUNK" but go in silence, "pretending" because they hesitate to rock the boat of security! MARRIED AND SATISFIED DEAR MARRIED: I have yet to see statistics that I would accept, knowing that people are more apt to lie about their personal sex lives than tell the truth. Bat judging from my mail, I would say there are more women in "SUNK'S" boat than in yours. DEAR ABBY: The 1 e 11 e r signed "FLOWER LOVER" compels me to express my own feelings about flowers at funerals. True, flowers may not help the deceased, but I think they give much comfort to those remaining. I can imagine nothing more depressing than the sight of a bare coffin wherein rests the remains of a loved one. Somehow the presence of flowers at,a funeral softens the whole effect and makes it easier to bear. And of course the number of floral pieces is an indication of the number of friends who wished to pay their final respects. Personally, I am very much opposed to the family asking that contributions be sent to such and such a charity in lieu of flowers. Let them give to their charities, and I will give to mine. CONFIDENTIAL TO "WORKING GIRL": If yon are one of the "working girls" Heaven is supposed To df terrains jour forecast, noU paragraph opposite dates whicb includt your birth date. WEDNESDAY GENERAL TEDNENCIES: You have a strong urge and desire to produce results. You can put into motion a plan that is appealing and that you want to be in effect for a consider- ble period of time to come. This is in effect from early morning through the day and night and also tomorrow so lose not a moment but get going. Action is the key word. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) logical Astro * Forecast By CARROLL RJGHTER- DREIF.US JEWELERS Presents Elegant Sterling Silver And Hand Blown, Cut Crystal BUD VASE yS J Specially Prised The Perfect Gift! Open An Account with Dreifus in Blytheville DREIFU — "(Jeuwfaft V.'fA* WAMONDS . EXCITING DIAMOND and PEARL PENDANTS THERE'S A PAYMENT PLAN FOR YOU! ~ f- , ltuf«d p»«rll And bnlli»n( diamonds Ml : n M Kt. <rMl 14 Kt. ««M «l«il» DREIFU \JtmtOM to protect, Heaven help the poor fellow for whom you are working. LEO (J u 1 y 22 lo A u g. 21) I pay those social obligations you I Keep rooted to fundamental affairs now and do whatever will truly please kin at this time. Start an uptrend utilizing your finest talents. Don't permit ollv have been putting off. Finer invitations come your way, too. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo Feb. High Fylcrs Among the highest flying birds on record are Canadian geese, They have been obser- 19) Show your finest talents! vcd in fight 29,000 feet. These ers to undermine your musical j now and make headway in the I samo Lbil ' ds have a win & load of , ,., ac hioh ae a *) nnnnne not- cnti'iro abilities, cither. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Improving regular outlets career world that you desire. Higher-ups can be impressed. Be willing to handle some civic should be first on the agenda duty that is expected of you. today. Strive for more harmony j This can lead to greater popu- MeKautht Syndicate Inc. Go to that professional advisor for this personal problem you have and get right slant, also how to handle others more effectively. Then you become dynamic and accomplish a good deal. Be happy. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Sit down with associates and _ straighten out contracts you I ate with you.. with partners. Write those letters, do that shopping, keep ap- larity. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) high as 4.2 pounds per square inch. Huge Task ' Khufu, largest and oldest, of the great Egyptian pyramids', contains 2.3 million blocks of stone, weighing an average of 2Vb tons apiece. It took 20 years and tha labor of 100,000 men to build (be pyramid. pointments. Be on the go and Go to whatever source can pro- ucceed more. Muce the right ideas you want j LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) I now. Then put them in opera-! Show others that you have practical ideas and add to your present assets, property. That plan you hve in mind is particularly good. Follow it to the letter. Get right allies to cooper- have made together. Don't be afraid to speak up. Your ideas are excellent. Come to a true accord which has been impossible before this. GEMINI (My 21 to June 21) Sitting down with fellow workers and discussing your work together early can bring fine results, increase production ap- Problems? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's new booklet "What Teen-Agers Want To Kr.pw," send $1.00 to Abby, j plan for the holidays ahead by Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. j expressing your most artistic 90069. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Instead of concentrating so lion quickly. Communicating in all ways with others can now j bring the fine results you desire. Be brief, concise IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN; TODAY ... he, or she, will be! such a charming young person (hat others will be won over very quickly. Be sure to teach much on the dinner table, carry early not to rely so much on through with hose imaginative this one quality alone and to ideas in a very dynamic way. Greater propserity can be yours Just go after it in the right way. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to prepare for life by sincere and serious study, and not to accept all sorts of favors from others. The big money professions are best here. Send to Dec. 21) You are not aware of college. preciably. Coordinate efforts j the true facts behind some puz-, better. Improve health through | z ij ng situation, and this is the' MoreComfortWearinq proper treatment. ' • ' " ' " MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) A day for exchanging compliments with those you like and feeling much happier than for some time past. Then time to search them out. However, do not confide in others. Take time out for the romanti in P.M. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Entertaining those persons you most admire will make | talents. Be yourself. them respect you more and aid you in your cherished aims. Re- FALSE TEETH To overcome discomfort when dentures slip, slide or loosen, just sprinkle a little PASTEETH on your plates. PASTEETH holds dentures firmer. You e^t hctter, Eccl more comfortable. FASTEETH Is alkaline —won't sour. Helps check plate odor. Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentUt regularly. Get FAST-BETH at all drug counters. FAMILY BIRTHSTONE PIN FOR MOTHER ONLY $995 A glowing gilt of sentiment she'// prize above the re^t This lovely crown ol life portrays the rott 1 STONES jewels with which she's blessed on LESS Each Additional Stone SOc The gift of sentiment she'll cherish mosl, because it contains a visible record of her family! Each child is represented by a sparkling simulalcd birlhstone which we set to vour order in the be.iuliful glittering crown. ricase Allow One Week for Delivery Pin will take maximum of 12 birthstones. The "Ideal" Gift Open an Account WALTZ THROUGH WASHDAY WITH A NEW RCA WHIRLPOOL WASHER AND DRYER FROM HUBBARD AND HOKE APPLIANCE At Hubbard and Hoke you will find just the right size washer to fit your family's need. For the small family we have a compact washer only 24" wide yet washes a big twelve Ib. load of clothes. For the average size family see the fourteen Ib. tub. The Mother with a king size family needs the Whopper. It washes up to eighteen Ibs. of laundry in a single load. Matching dryer available for all washers. Washer prices start as low as $169.95 W.T. PRICE GOOD WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY SAVE! automatic washer • 2 speeds, 3 cycles— NORMAL, and PERMANENT PRESS- WASH '* WEAR • Special cool-down care for Permanent Press • 3 water temp selections • 1 water level setec*ions; HIGH for normal loads, tow for small loads a Bxctusive Magic-Mix* H*et *•!* *>* boSte otjertfonal Snt "million"-cutrent water action j-cycle dryer 5 drjing c»des to dry e«ry load just right Smooths wrinkte from Permanent Press so (here's no ironing needed T«nble Press* - . 3 heat selections to matah to** to load BKfvlwge 1«* screen Sitper-fett (fcjane J»s««m *(H^.<piie*, too matching dryer give special in-iron care BOTH ONLY With Acceptable Trade $34995 NOW do BIG LOADS with EASE! Washes any load from a handful to it giant 18~lb. tttbful really clean! LBA66M .2 washing speeds for regular and delicate fabrics • 4 cycles-NORMAL, GENTtE, SUPER WASH and WASH "N WEAR • 5 water temp selections • Infinite water level selector ONLY 249 95 We Service What We Sell. Two Year Warranty On All Laundry Parts. One Year Free Labor. Free Delivery Any Place. Complete Installation. HUBBARD & HOKE Furniture Blytheville Phone PO 3-3450 Osceola Phone LO 3-2532

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free