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Friday Evening, November 29, 1957. Ann Landers Couple Seems to Spend Half Their Lives "Not Speaking Dear Ann: I never thought be writing to you but here I am. I don't drink, gamble or run around. Ihand over my pay check regularly. But my wife picks an argument about once a week and we spend four days out of seven not speaking. A sample of the tilings we fight about is this: Once she misplaced two bedsheets. She called me at work and raised heck about my "love-nest" and "what did I think I was pulling off?" She found the bedsheets that same day — where she had mislaid them. The recent right is the one I want your opinion on. Her youngest son by a previous marriage, dropped in on us the other night. He is a sailor stationed nearby. Frankly, I don't know how he found us because he hasn't written to his mother in years, nor she to him. We took him to dinner and wore very friendly. When it came time to retire she suggested he spent! the night with us. Ours is a tiny one-room apartment and we sleep in a wall-bed. I couldn't figure', out where she planned to put the boy. When she said "on Ihe couch' 1 Please try. I need it. — EMOTION- A-I WRECK .Tell your folks you,can't decide between them and that you are perfectly willing to be the football- child that divorce usually produces — you know, school with one and summers with the other. Too bad .your parenLs couldn't have waited a few years before they dealt you this blow. It's always lough to see a home break up but somehow it'.s a little less shocking when the children are out of the nest. Let's hope your parents find'the happiness they seek apart. In the majority of cases divorce solves nothing. The parted parties discover they are no better off, but have merely added the additional problem children. of wretchedly unhappy Carroll HD Training School Set at Camden CAMDEN — Annual training school for Carroll County Home Demonstration officers-will be held: on Monday, Dec! 2, at Ihe Lutheran Parish annex here at 1 p.m. Giving instructions will be Mrs. i Marie Hanrahan, president;' Mrs. Joseph Peterson, vice president; Josephine Lowmon Swim and Do Knee Bends To Firm Flabby Thighs Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Dunham, Joseph Starkcy, secretary; treasurer; Mrs. B. B. Mayhill, publicity officer; Mrs. Daniel Brown, and Miss Elaine Kull, Home Demonstration Agent and project leader. The school is sponsored by the past presidents' organization. After the program a social hour will !be held. Dear Ann: I've been out of the The 1958 officers will be inslall- counlry for several weeks but myied by Mrs. Lawrence Whistler, husband saves your columns so 11 Special music will be given by the was able to catch up on my re-: Carroll County Home De.monst.ra- turn. For this reason I'm late with the comments on Levi Larry and the boys but I do hope you'l let me speak my piece. I was terribly amused by the told her "nothing doing." I of-, , . ,, fered to give him >10 to go to a remaps of the "Historian who hotel, but my wife said this was I rilced * e .. e f hrl ? Background of "not nice." le " ls and a " thelr glory ' I told her if he stayed, T was leaving. She said "goodbye." So I spent the night in a 24-hour movie house.'Please tell us who was •wrong. We haven't spoken since. —Mr. S. I can't see anything "not nice" Our 15-year-old son is a healthy American boy.' He is not a miner and he doesn't crawl in rock-beds on his hands and knees. The loops in his levis are not used to hang picks and lanterns from. They are, oddly enough, used to about giving a grown boy $10 and ! hold a belt. We insist that this boy asking him to sleep in a hotel, j keep his pants up where they belong and all this talk about a pair of mules to pull them off is r.on- ense. There's something vulgar about panls worn low and if Ihe boy brought home a pan of gold every evening I still wouldn't approve of it. — MODERN MOTHER (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send Ihem to her in care of this newspaper and enclose a stamped self- addressed envelope.) Copyright 1957, Field Enterprises, Inc. This is surely better than puttin; him on the couch within rolling distance of a man and his wife. And now that I've given an opinion, please answer a question for ME. Why didn't you take that same $10 and go to a hotel instead of beating yourself up in an all- night movie? * * * Dear Ann: I'm a girl 15. My parents are being divorced and I know there's nothing anyone can do to keep them together. I am heartbroken. It's up to me to decide which parent I want to live with and I don't know what to do. I hate to hurt either one of them. They both want me and- have tried to in• fluence me in different directions. Sometimes I feel as if I'm cracking up. I know you can't help me make the choice, Mrs. Landers, but I read your column all the time and thought maybe you could say something to give me strength. An Embroidered Quilt! So Nicely Tailored lion chorus directed by Mrs. Daniel Brown. Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH'S Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Allan Walters, 2-126 Smead street, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shanks, Monticcllo, a daughter; lo Mr. and Mrs. Russell Neill, Albuquerque, New Mex., a son; lo Mr. and Mrs. Keith Miller, route 1, a son. Admilled: Herberl Elzroth, roule 4; John Rossi, 1315 Erie avenue; Robert Grady, 1215 Smead street; John Surge, Camden. Dismissed: Malinda Chambers, route 2; Baby Mark Miller, 2204 East Broadway; John W. Shaffer, 415 Brown street; Mrs. Patricia Williams, 22 West Main street; Mrs. Rebecca Damm, route 4; Mrs. Maude Wardlow, 1219 Smead street; baby Mark Ginter, 218 Lockwood street; Mrs. Carroll Wilfong and son. 517 West Clinton slreet; Mrs. Merle Gray and daughter, Camden. Flora Girl Wins Chicago 4-H Trip DELPHI — Mary Jo Thompson, ijegheny Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen Deaths in News daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson of Flora was one of the winners for a stale 4-H Congress trip to Chicago on Nov. 30 to Dec. 6. Miss Thompson is a sophomore at Purdue University. She has completed ten years of club work and ten different projects during that lime. She was selected as a winner in tihe frozen foods contest. Carroll Livestock Enrollments Taken . _. , . DELPHI—Enrollments in Jive- NEW YORK - Paul Stur evant, - slock dul) Wflrk gre due in thf 80, a partner m the ^"f c , ounty extension orficc by Jan . j firm of Baker Weeks & Co and Coun , ^ H w an active participant in church nounced , d and educational organizations,: „.„,•..,. died at his home here Thursday; To enroll in the beef, dairy, sow after a four-week illness. Sturte--and litter, or sheep clubs a boy vanl was a native of Conneaut- j °r girl must be 10 years of age in ville, Pa., and a graduate of A1-J1958- Detailed information can be College, Meadville, Pa. | obtained from county junior lead- Ralph Steward Will Filed for Probate Th« will of Ihe late Ralph Steward, dated April 18, 1951, was filed lor probate Wednesday in the Cass circuit court. I It leaves one-third of the estate i to his wife and one-third to each I of his sons, George and Paul. The j Son, George, was named executor. (Norman Kiesling is the attorney | for the estate. MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Freels, route 3, a son; to Mr. and Mrs.' Earl Woodhouse, route 1, a son;' to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hook, Walton, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dawson, 3014 North Pennsylvania avenue, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mcllrath, route 1, a son. Admitted: Do deep knee bends to help firm flabby lliighs. Q: "Some time ago I broke my leg and had to stay in bed for a long lime. My thighs grew very flabby. I am a teen-ager and am is wrong with my measurements. My measurements are bust 32, waist 25 and hips 37 inches." A. There is too much difference ashamed to wear shorts' or go between your hips and your bust for a good figure. Take bust devel- swimming. Could you give me some advice on how to make them|°Ping and Mp-slimmir.g exercises Q. "I am 5 feet 7 inches tall and attractive again?" A. You will have to exercise. Why not lake swimming lessons at your local YWCA this winter? This would be a splendid exercise for firming without too much strain. You won't mind in a class Paul Elmore 1520 for womer . Y ou might also do Johnson street; Elmer Qumn, deep hnce t, encis _ Rockfield; Mrs. Ruby Snider, Galveston; Mrs. Geneva Harshman, 1330 North Third street; Mrs. Ida Lantz, Flora; Leonard Grant, 2116 i Usher slreet; Thomas Crane, route 1. Dismissed: Mrs. Harvey Baker and daughter, 835 West Market street; Mrs. Judith Martin, 722 High street; Mrs. Dolla Barnes, 1328 Chicago street; Mrs. Clifford Hastings and son, 2724 Emmet drive; Mrs. Sarah Knight, route 3; Mrs. Phyllis Layman, route 2; Harvey Newman, Idaville; Mrs. Jack Winters and son, 2001 Otto street; Mrs. Daniel Hess and son, Flora; Mrs. Richard Nethercult and son, 825 West Miami avenue; Mrs. Eldon Ward and daughter, 115 West Clay slreet; Mrs. Irene Lindley, 118 Spear street; Miss Joyce Fry Burnettsville; Mrs. Dorothy Kerchner, 1823 Rogers street; Rise high on your toes. Keep your heels off the floor as you bend your knees all the way down. Slowly straighten the knees. Continue. Keep your back straight. If necessary, place one hand on the wall for balance. Q. "Not long ago you wrote about temporary work for women and a firm which employs women weigh 120 pounds. I feel terribly fat. How much overweight am I? I am 14 years old." A. Do you want to be skin and bones? You are about five to 10 pounds underweight. Q. "My beauty problem is that I have natural blonde hair and very dark brows. This gives me a hard, bleached look. I have tried using a brown eyebrow pencil but this only makes the brows look darker. I was going to bleach them with peroxide but some said that this would make my brows fall out." A. The're is a 'feeling that repeated use of peroxide discourages the He had served as a trustee of the; ers and 4-H adult leaders. college since 1915 and last yeari received its alumni medal. J QX School at Delphi NEW YORK - or. pinkhos M. Scheduled on Dec. 2 Churgin. 63, founder and President' DELPHI—A tax school will he of Bar-Han University, Israel, died, lield here at the REMC building at a New York hotel Thursday. ' on Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. lo 3 p.m. He had come to the United States j Federal income tax and social several weeks ago for treatment! security to farmers will be dis- ot a stomach ailment. Churgin | cussed" by Alison Thomas and George Harvey of the tax department of the Farm Bureau. was a native of Russia. EAST ORANGE, N.J. - Mrs. . Fredericka Brcntano, 92, widow ofj the president of Ihe booksellin and publishing firm TICKLISH SITUATION' FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UP)— A Brenlano's.triggered burglar alarm caused and ils vice president from 1915Jfj V e motorcycle policeman to con' to 1933, died at a nursing home here Thursday. CHICAGO— Dr. Robert E. Dillon, 36, a heart specialist and | hard'. member of the faculty of the-. verge on the county treasurer's office. An embarrassed janitor explained he set off the alarm when be pulled a Venetian blind too CHURCH MEETING Members of the local congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses will attend the semi-annual 3-day training program being conducted Friday evening through Sunday in the Wendell L. Willkie school gym in Elwood, it was announced today by David M. Martin, presiding minister of the local congregation. Meetings regularly scheduled at the local Kingdom Hall will be discontinued this weekend because of the convention. The feature of the assembly will be the delivery of a public Bible discourse at 3 p.m. Sunday. Stritch School of Medicine at Loy- 1 others during the time God allows ola University, died Wednesday of me," was one of the first Chicago a heart disease. Dillon, whose suf-1 physicians to perform surgery by ferings from a rheumatic heart'inserting a catheter through * led him to pledge he would "help vein into the heart. of all ages without age prejudice, growth of hair, but so far as I To say that I am interested in | know, there is no scientific back- this is to put it mildly. Getting work is a matter of survival for me. What is the name of the company you wrote about?" • A. Please send a stamped, self- addressed envelope to me with your request and I will send you the location 1 of the branch nearest to you. Q. "I canr.ot wear the newest style in hats. I have a 'wide face Master Michael Harvey, 1223 North j and when a hat comes down over Third street; Master James Skiles 'route 5; Miss Martha Skiles, route 5; Thomas Sink, Burrows. 2673 STflT£ ,fLOW£R QUILT Forty-eight blocks embroidered with the Stale Flowers are alternated with forty-eight plain blocks to form this eye-catching quilt. You'll find the stitches simple to do and the colors blending. Pattern No. 2673 contains hot- iron transfers for 48 flower motifs; material requirements; embroidery and finishing directions for quilt. Send 25c in COINS, your name, address and the PATTERN NUMBER to ANNE CABOT (Pharos- Tribune) 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. Have you a copy of our 1957 Needlework ALBUM? ' It contains fifty-six colorful pages showin, many pretty designs; plus directions for making 3 .crochet items and a quilt. Only 25c a copy- For the Best : in ' istmas Shop S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE AND THE FIDDLER PLAYED CHICAGO (UP)—A former Chicagoan now living in Los Angeles, ,Mrs. Joseph A. Golds, 'has given Tailored to .perfection, arid a. Northwestern University's School of 'Music something different to fiddle with. She presented a century - old English violin and a Buthold Luthier Violoncello. year 'round favorite. Neat housecoat for the shorter figure that can have short sleeves or long ones with turnback cuff. No. 8153 with PATT-0-RAMA is in sizes 12'/s, 14V4. 1614, 18%, 20%, 22'/2, 24'/4. Size 14'/ 2 , 35 bust, short sleeve, 4'/8 yards of 54-inch. For this pattern, send 3Ec in COINS your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett (Pharos-Tribune) 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the Fall & Winter '57 issue ' of 'Basic FASHION., our complete pattern catalog. It's chock-full of sew-easy, up-to-the- minute styles for every siize. Send 25 cents today. my forehead it makes me look square. I hate -to be out of style. What 'would you suggest?" A. The styles in hats this year have great variety. Many of them are worn off the forehead. Select one of those and do not worry if it does not look as "different" as some of the others. I still think that hats should be becoming and flattering. Q. "I know that my figure looks horrible. 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