Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 25, 1955
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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1955 Dial PA-2r4600 for > WANT AP Tatar. Mary llaworth's I lions or companions,'as being un worthy of him, lie is apt to see less of them than he might other wise. Editor's Nolc: Parties, Riven by secretaries for their bosses, irk wives who are not invited. DEAR MARY HA WORTH: We, a group .of executives' wives, would. Thus, in my opinion, you wives like your wise counsel on a prob-jare foolish to give any sort of leni that get worse every,countenance to these "triangle" year. Our husbands' secretaries!cocktail parties. And in a sense have a club (with a whimsicaljyou do countenance them when you title) and every year the membersfdon't speak decisively against their give a party for their bosses. i outlandish absurdity and impro- The first party started inrwcenUyipriety. To whom should you speak? enough.'It was a dinner, complete!Well, to your husbands I. think '— with a speaker. But in the last few years it has turned into a cocktail party, resulting in quite a few marital misunderstandings. in candid ridicule and condemna- iion of the whole tasteless proceedings. And also to the secretaries, individually,. if opportunity offers. Although the cocktail party isj If your husbands were men oi supposedly in the early evening, spirit, each would take his wife to from 5 to 8 o'clock, too many husbands don't get home until the wee hours'-of the morning. Other husbands, who leave the party in pro- the fete in his honor, as a t^cit rebuke to the secretaries' oversight, in failing to round out the guest list properly. And if the wives are per time are teased unmercifully! treated as' unwelcome, the men as bein« henpecked, sissies, etc.)ought to bear them away with As it happens, I am an old-fash-(Chivalrous loyalty, and let the ioned wife and see no reason f0 r|Party-purpose expire.-M. H. these parties — Where all are Mary JJaworth counsels through drinking on an empty Stomach and her column, not by mail or persona] B . t- j interview. Write her in care of The saying things they wouldn t say Kvfaing Tlmcs . ordinarilv. Fortunately, my hus- (Copyright, isss, The_ Washington P O «O band's secretary is a" lady; and ' Dis "- ib "' ed b - v Kin * * eatur " syndicate) my husband has very high standards and principles. But I have heard by the grapevine that several girls are going' to try to "break him down" at the next party, late this month. Are we wives, foolish to be concerned? We would appreciate your views on the subject.—T. W. Parlies Are Not Ladylike DEAR T. W.: If your husband's secretary is a lady Cas you say) she must be the exception, not the rule, in this club with the whimsical title. My .deduction is based on the fact that ladies don't ask married men to be guests of honor at their, parties, without asking their wives also: I've been .discussing these, parties for.bosses,- which you describe, with a twice-married woman : of forthright .character.' Speaking-of husbands who are teased unmercifully as being : henpecked, sissies, etc., for leaving the-parties early, she says: "They, leave early because they are mature-minded men; because they are bored, with i these silly girls. Being mature,! they can stride." take the teasing, in The United States produces 70 per cent of the world's passenger motor cars. : An insane person may be cured of his disease, -but a men tally, deficient person's intelligence cannot be increased. ADVERTISEMENT Good Man to Know at This Season ED BURNS If you don't already know this man, you should. As the friendly, cheerful manager of jAetna Finance Co., he likes Then she adds,: "I suppose some j to make folks happy with 52 Families Receive Thanksgiving Food The Associated Charities distributed boxes of food to 52 needy families Wednesday for the Thanksgiving Day dinner, according to Miss Jeannette Bonig, executive secretary. Funds to purchase the food came from a collection by Tri-Hi-Y clubs Hill State Has Sufficient Polio Vaccine BALTIMORE Wi - There has been more than enough polio vaccine available for Maryland children getting shots from their fanv ily physicians, the Stale Health De- ot partment said yesterday. Dr. Edward Davcns, chief of the .department's Bureau of Preventive Mlegany and Fort Hill high Medicinei estimated that 100,000 schools. City workers delivered the; shots have been given to private food supplies. j patients. Fort'.-three of the railroads in! He explained that it was neces- the United States nnnrat.. •mm-filsary to estimate the number be- thaii operate •morel .1000 miles of road. cause some doctors^hold back their reports until after the second injec- Ushuaia, capital of Argentina's tion. Tierra del Fuego territory, is the! The 100,000 is in addition to the southernmost ;<wn in the world. 112,000 first and .second grade school children who received their 1 shots without expense through their schools last spring. "Few physicians have had difficulty in obtaining enough (vaccine) to meet the .demands of their patients," Dr. Davens said. "Even in_ these cases, only a distribution 1 "" problem was involved, since there.Play Song ' • . '. ^till is a small amount of vaccine ; ' • -__ alloted to Maryland yet to be dis-! Words uf the song Home, Sweet tributed I Home" were written by John "By and large, the distribution Payne for a play, "Clari, the Maid shots from private physicians. Youngsters in the same age group who regularly receive their medical attention at public health clinics or under the State's medical care program for the ntiedy also are receiving the shots. throughout the state has worked very well." of Milan." The play was converted into an opera by Sir Henry Any Mary land-youngster who has j Rowley Bishop and first produced passed his first birthday and is not! at Covent Garden Theater, Lon- yet 11 is eligible to receive thejdon, in 1823. _ . Lathe Child Can Use Weighs 16 Pounds CINCINNATI — tf) — A lathe so light and safe a child can operate it has been developed liere. It weighs 16 pounds, is 27 inches long, nine inches high, seven inches wide, and has a 1/35 horse power motor which is encased inside the lathe. It docs not have gears or belts and can be stopped with the fingers without injury, according to the manufacturer. Yet it is said to'pbs-j sess sufficient "turning torque" toj perform a good power- job of cut-; ting wood, plastics and aluminum i Abraham Lincoln, 6 feet 4 inches ', tall was the tallest U. S.'President.! DISTRIBUTED BY —i PIEDMONT CROCERY CO. other- husbands linger on, despite being bored, because they would be just as bored at home." Speaking for wives, she says she dcesn't see much point in domestically dueling with this type of secretarial aggression. She thinks manly men, the only kind who give women a fair deal anyway, don't need wifely instruction in order to cope correctly... with such a problem. Good Wives Fronm. On Unrighteousness Her theory is interesting, but 1 am .not sure that I agree with"it wholly. I think . good wives have immeasurable influence in setting extra cash when they need it. "I like folks", he'said, "and want-everyone here and in nearby towns to see me if they could use $50 to $1500 cash." .•"•;•.. Any steadily employed person may get money from Aetna for shopping, personal expenses, bills or other purpose. The Aetna "Bill-Payer" plan provides ample cash to consolidate' bills and reduce payments.. -Fast, while-; you-wait service is another Aetna feature. Those wishing to use this iservice, phone or see the the tone of married behavior — not by nagging and dueling, certainly; but rather, by confidently ! bAsrvice ' Pnune or see me endorsing the right as they see !A etno office, 48 N. Lentre it.. ."'-.•• iSr., Dial PA-4-5800. (Loans When the average well-meaning ove r $300 made under Md. husband knows that his wife ser. iously disapproves certain situa- Industrial Finance Act.) at —- WHITACRE'S MAYTAG APPLIANCE CENTER We're Shooting the Works on Prices and Trade-Ins! "" Now's the lime to trade in that old stove for * beautiful new MayugG«Ranjc! We're malting the wildest deals in ia«n... making it unbelievably easy for you to own a new Maytag and enjoy modern "cooking with gas!" 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Elasticized waijtband for jure fit. SKI PAJAMAS Better and deluxe quality ' combed cotton knit styles. Also smart solid - color broadcloth coot styles in Jhis ronge. . 2.98 3.98 3.49 3.98 RING IN STRETCH NYLON! RING OUT HIGH PRICES] 57< REG. 69c Looking for a Christmas giftto give him? Moke ft stretch nylon Sock*—to •oiy on your budg«t—and, you don't havt to know hit.size! They'r* available in a wonderful selection of rib, clock patterns. You're sure to please him with several pair of these in assorted colors. Reg.; large. Dial PA 2-2790

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