The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 10, 1958 · Page 7
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They Disagree About Children By AM SLANDERS Box Wed. 86 Hte 3 col-They disa free about joy taerely becauw you think it's he doesn>t want Wra - gave ff o **• I41O Opern **••*• viiwavi** no uucau b waiib illiii* i oven gHVt? : I m a divorce* de- at night. They misbehave because him permission to tell him WHY. most important de. they're bored and tired. They'd He says I'm chiMisti and he can't HIP, V***** «KAUA 4*.M* _«. —_^. _ *i - .^ • «K «, . . .• . - Trrt going with a perfectly wonderful map. His wife died four :years ago. He's attractive, well- established and he loves me./'The trouble is, he finds a great deal wrong with my two sons. They are high-spirited, normal, energetic little boys, 7 and Landers 9. One reason I divorced their father was because pay any attention to he didn't them. I believe in a family doing things together. I insist the boys be included in social activities — particularly the cultural ones. I think they should come with us to the theater in the evening, the opera, concerts, and dinner at the hotel. My friend disagrees. He gets upset when they do the least little mischievous thing in public. He says they are undisciplined and ill-behaved. He also says if we marry he expects to have a say in their rearing. I love him but I'm afraid to marry a man who shows signs of being a dictator. Please advise.—WILMA Dictator my eye. Unless someone with common sense steps in cultural? Boys 1 and 9 don't spoiled unless he tells the teflo* _„ ., —.__ ,...„ ... ^u. i.icj u nc auyo Am cniuusn auu a/a can i have more fun at an a|teriioon tell his pal now that he'd chang nail tiramA • _««!..*.» . .... ball game. It would be a blessing for your children if ycti married this man and permitted him to have a say in their up-bringing. You've got the wrong slant, Mater. Dear Ann: I don't know Seattle Henry—but apparently you don't know Sir Walter Scott - so that makes us even. The lines he gave you as following, "Oh what a tangled'web we weave when first we practice to deceive" were either original with Henry or he was .pulling your leg. The lines Henry threw you "For if our wits we exercise, we'll soon be telling fool-proof lies" — were very "un-Scott-like" — I'm surprised you bit. If you want to set your readers straight, here are the lines as Scott wrote them before Seattle Henry got into the act: "A Palmer, too—no wonder why 1 felt rebuked beneath his eye: I might have known there was but one whose look could quell Lord Marmion." —T.B.M., MD Dear Doc: I deserve the bull whip, A wed noodle will not suffice. I'm horrified to think I was taken in like a Rube at a county fair by Henry's doggerel. For shame I Dear Ann: I'm going to be married on New Year's Day. My fi t -~ r ~ — ,i iCU jjij to the picture, you're going to find | ance is yourself with two totally obnoxious | Kar i We are hayir children and a very lonesome old the b est man. Karl age. You consider the boys "high- spirited, normal and energetic." Your friend says they are "undisciplined and ill-behaved." I suspect he's closer to the truth. Of course, doing things as a family is important, but why drag these kids to places you en- Mrs. John Mayer Hostess at Party Mrs. John Mayer, 508 Elm Tree, entertained St. Jane Unit at a Christmas party Monday evening. There was « brief business session and 500 was played. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Richard Smith, Mrs. Ulwelling and Mrs. William Wagner. ABOUT CAKE MIXES? Add a cestBoon of Bcmen'i to ''wep op" rfw flivorl It't /w», mttmtl vuiOU . . . con K> littlt pet on! IHJKNI-TT'S VAX' ILL A 1 told Karl the wedding will be ed his mind. I say he should have discussed this with me BEFORE he asked him. Shall 1'mafce an issue of it? I could win if it came to a showdown. — MAD AT HIM Win whae - title of Miss Witch of the Bridal Season? Selecting the best man is one of the few privileges of the groom. You put Karl in an impossible position when you ask htm to withdraw the invitation. Rise above the situation and smile if it kills you. Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences of thousands of teenagers if you read Ann Landers' new booklet, "How To Live With Your Parents," enclosing with your request 10 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of THE HERALD and enclose a stamped, self- addressed envelope.) AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD 7 Wednesday, Dec. 10, '58 I Jiffy Chemise PRINTED PATTERN grand fellow I will call are having trouble over — asked his buddy to serve and he knows lj tried t( but it work. 4594 sizes Moose Committee Holds Yule Party Gifts were exchanged at the Christmas party held by the Wo-; men of Moose child care com-i mlttee Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Alvin Anker, Austin Rt. 2. Mrs. Donald Dorn presented a j gift to Mrs. Raymond Granle, senior regent and door prize was awarded Mrs. Tena Citurs. Guests were Mrs. L. T. Rucker, Mrs. Edward Reichow and Mrs. Granle. Plans were made for chapter night and a fund-raising project., The next meeting will be Jan. 8,* at the Moose Home. Mrs. Anker and Mrs. Albert Zerby served lunch. Be sure to refrigerate raw cranberry relish for a couple of days before serving; this storage allows flavors to blend.. Fish fillets that are to be fried are delicious when they are first dipped in seasoned flour, then in beaten egg and milk or water, and finally in the dry bread crumbs. AT WALLACE'S ' 4**$** By ANNE ADAMS Parts-Inspired dress or jumper! It's the new easy-fit line the young fashion world adores. Note hip banding above a gay whirl of pleats, 2 neckline versions, choose plain or plaid. Tomorrow's pattern: Half-size dress. Printed Pattern 45M: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 takes 1T« yards W-lnch fabric. 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