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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22, 193T Ann Landers Josephine Lawman Relax With Knitting-It May Save Your Marriage "Don't let your marriage unravel. Pick up your knitting needles!" This advice comes from Doctor Rebecca Liswood, physician and marriage counselor, and Executive Director of the Marriage Counseling Service of Greater New York. Doctor Liswood attributes the rising divorce rate, in part at least, to tension and high-powered daily living. She calls knitting "a handcraft tranquilizer." This physician, who has had so much experience with human con- in an entirely different way to any situation or spoken word when we are feeling jumpy than we do when we are feeling 'wonderful. We say things which we later regret but the damage may remain. Consider Prc-menstrual Tension For this reason I often have suggested in this column that a woman never should enter into any argument or make any important decisions just before her menstrual period when she may be the victim of pre-menstrual tension. It seems such a shame for marriages Open House December 29 duct and the problems of humans,! to break up because of such ridic- id, "Knitting serves a dual pv.r-iulous reasons, pose toward our goal of reducing Doctor Liswood is an advocate tension It provides a hobby which of constructive training for She emphasized is relaxing because it does not require too much concentration. It also gives a woman a feeling of i accomplishment by providing a marriage. that few young women enter into marriage with proper preparation. She continued "This leads to a fairy concrete example of something she! tale concept _of married life which has done herself." In mental and physical therapy it long has been recognized that | the use of the hands in creating j something lovely has a magically j soothing effect on the emotions and on body tensions. Doctor Liswood further pointed Rodkey Studio, Delphi ; out that marriages too often floun- MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND WAYNE will take a delayed der on the rocks of disagreements lYl^l. /UNOJ 1VUXO. ru-i 11V1U-N U VVrtllNIl. lll^lvJJ^ will Ltmi; a ntjci^^Li . 7 , J-nncirtn •wedding trip to Florida during the Christmas holidays. The couple which are caused by .c ion was married November 8 at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. - * at the relaxation 01 mental slra.n Frank Rodkey, Delphi. permits couples to settle their dif- The bride is the former Elizabeth Berkshire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron C. Berkshire, o£ Burrows, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Mary C. Heise, also of Burrows. The bridegroom is employed at the Fail-field Manufacturing company at Lafayette. ferences amicably and intelligently. We all know from experience that we cannot make correct decisions when we are in the midst of an emotional upheaval or' when we are fraught with tensions. This sort of thing snowballs. We react For That Last Minute Gift Original Motion Picture Sound Track LP's OKLAHOMA KING AND I THE EDDY DUCHIN STORY AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS • PAJAMA GAME HIGH SOCIETY ANNI'E GET YOUR GUN THE GLENN MILLER STORY GIANT LES GIRLS Original Broadway Cast LP's MY FAIR LADY PAJAMA GAME OKLAHOMA ANNIE GET YOUR GUN THE MOST HAPPY FELLOW JAMAICA often result in husband-wife clashes." Probably most marriages break up because of the small irritations, frustrations and disappointments of daily life father than the big crisis. Perhaps, too, these are potent aging factors. So, relax with your knitting needles! If you would . S ±1 etrle fVef like my leaflet SSe Man Thinks Divorce Courts Only Solution to Problems Dear Ann: I'm just about to leave my second wife and I need some davice. She doesn't know how to manage money and the v , T j| er . house is not run as it should be. My first wife had (hese same faults, plus a few more I won't go into. The girl pulls. down a salary of S420 a month and she can neither lake shorthand nor use a type- Tliis is my question: I have two children by my first marriage. When I proved my wife an unfit mother in court, they, awarded me custody of the girls. Tf I pay support for these children does my present wife have to keep them? She's been a good This is not speculation. Ann. it's the real story. The wife lias been a close friend of ours for 15 years and we think if she knew wh.it was going on she'd break i! up. You'll probably say we j-hould mind our own business, but what good 'are friends if they can't come to the rescue in time of rce d? — THE WORRIED ONUS You are RIGHT. I'm going to mother for seven years. (They are , „ > tell you to mind your own business. 9 and 11.) I'll give her credit for THAT much. She treats them the , ,e ;you could be mistaken and '2; Kv- MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM same as our own (wo. Please Iel|™ "?°"'™ '"P' , real f.T ldsf me know how the law reads onM 0 " 1 ! !f hl the fusc to a stlck -° f this. - TWICE SKUNKED cynamiie. I don't know how the law reads Dear Ann: I'm a girl If, and my because I'm not a lawyer. But I mother is always yelling at me behave a few comments to make, cause I enjoy reading "confession" which have nothing to do with magazines, the law. Don't go away. : I think these stories arc won- Wlien are you going to learn derful and several of my girl fiat you can't solve your problems| friends read them. too. (Even ty taking a running leap into the'-some of the mothers.1 divorce court? If your wife can't i \ve have had several hi; arsii- manage money, why don't you inlentj; ovcr tn j s an( j now i ] lavc handle it and see if you come out 1 -,, ].j(j e i nc magazines under the any better? ; mattress and places like that. You have consummate gall to;-j on ' t yoll u,j n ' K jf. s a shamo that her B DISHON will celebrate their golden \ <*P«* this woman to care for your; a „!,., >, vt , a!V ()ld call -t , ): , k her fternoon December 29, at their home i children at er you ve loft her. ,t! 0 , v;l ma ,, a7 . inc ., ? i S3y if i nc y 1 | apparently lias slipped your mom- . lVC .. e so harmful they wouldn't he ivedding anniversary Sunday afternoon sast of Walton. Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend the open aouse from 2 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. A family dinner will be served at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Williams, near Burlington, on Christmas Day. William B. Dislion and Martha Wray were married December 25, 1907 at the home of the bride's parents in Franklin county, Virginia, by Rev. D. A. NaCf, pastor of the Church of the Brethren. have five children: Mary, Mrs. Williams, and four sons, of Three Rivers, Michigan; Luther and Walter, both of Ko- L = t ^ a "T^ ^^ K ° m ^^^^= and ttree great grandchildren, quilizers for an Appealing Handcraft." (Released by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1957) KNOW YOUR CLUBS- Altrasa Cleb Organized aaid Chartered On Jene 13, 1947 Logansport chapter of the Inter-1 vice-president, '9 Mrs. Ages Eite- 4| V~y 521 BROADWAY l.Tj^^l*^ Is She hard to please? . . . don't know her size? Can't decide on the style or color? Then solve your problem . . . with a GIFT CERTIFICATE ... for any amount you care to give and she'll be able to choose her own gift from our large selection of: • Dresses • Sweaters • Gowns • Can-Cans • Panties Skirts Robes Slips Half Slips Separates Blouses Hosiery P. J.'s Girdles Collars You're always right... if you Give a Gift Certificate From APPAREL SHOP 320 Fourth St. national Altrusa Club was organized and chartered on June 3, 1947, with tiie following officers: President, M.'ss Ethel Nice; first vice-president, Mrs. Sally Martens; second vice-president, Mrs. Geneva Butts; reco-rcflng secretary, Miss Mildred Wyatt; corresponding secretary, Miss Evelyn Petrie; treasurer, Mrs. Florence Master; directors, Miss Hilda Brant, Miss Julianne Jensen, ar.d Mrs. Grace Pohlman. Altrusa is a classified organization. The International was organized in April, 1917, the Pioneer Women's Service Clut> with classification guide. The motto is ."Patriotism, Efficiency, aid Service." Membership in the club is invitational and a balance o£ oe cupations is maintained. The Altrusa club has a dinner meeting each fourth Thursday evening and a business meeting each second Thursday evening. The local club makes substantial contributions annually to: Founders Fund which furnishes vocational aid to older women; Grants in aid—outright grants of $250 to $730 to Latin America and Asian women graduate students in North America. One J bond is purchased each year for community building — $100 is given each year for retarted children— the Children's Home of Logansport is being assisted in getting better lighting and study tables. The group sells tickets for local Purdue Glee Club programs. Altrusa service' includes: ?150 to American Friends of Korean Kelief, ten packages of clothing and medical supplies to Korean Altrusa club; $200 for new hall| furniture at the Y.W.C.A.; clothing, money and 4-H supplies for a needy girl.. A needy local girl is outfitted with warm and attractive clothing each Christmas. Weekly visits are made to the Jones Convalescent home, furniture and time have been given the Teen-Canteen, and gifts are sent to Longcliff. Clubs are located in the United Slates, Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico, England. Guatemala, and Bermuda. Seoul, Korea is temporarily inactive because of the war. Club formation has been authorized for Ireland, France, Switzerland and the Scandinavian countries. The Logansport Club is a part of District Six, along with Al- trusa clubs frpm Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky: Current officers are: President, Mrs. Florence Daggy; man; recording secretary, Mrs. :llen Mygarnt; corresponding secretary, Miss Mary Kay Buchanan; treasurer, Miss Betty Jewell; di- : Many persons find it impossible __ rectors, Miss KathrynRoyer, Miss,to brush their _ teeth after each vory c]o _ se ory that she took your small mo-| ror fa \ e ^ The United Slates :;nvern- therless tots and practically raised :nK ,,. l wou ] ( i n '| allow it. Would you them from the cradle. According! ,, lcas(1 nlcn ij on this in the paper? to figures they were 2 and 4 whcnj_ SPIED OX you dumped them into her loving; ^ ^^ pal ^^^ wou]<J ^hli* it over, Mlrter • ^^'^^ 0 ^^^ your energy trying to m ;^ ]iloraUlro , (hcy . tn , ,,. ash . The fact that something is for sale doesn't make it desirable. Tiie public library is filled with the works of literary masters. These books are not dull. They are exciting and far more en'.i'Hain- of wasting carve out a new future for yourself Alma Lehmann, Miss' Thelma Sines and Mrs. Faye Riddleberger. The theme for 1958 is "Serve to Survive." • ' . ("skunking" number three coming up?) why not work at making a go of this present situation? Dear Ann: This i.s urgent. A friend of ours is in after meals. This is to swish water around in the mouth. * # * Ever envy the person with pure j Youngsters and soap and water white teeth? Well* her teeth are natural enemies for some meal. But dentists suggest'a way |i(]an " ser of losin? her . to chase tootli-clecaying bacteria j |, a p pen to k now (i, a t t] le "business really aren't that white. It is the complexion which heightens the contrast between skin and teeth. But no matter the whiteness of your teeth, it is the cleanness that really counts. strange reason. A mother who makes it easy for the young ones to use the lavatory eases part of the problem. A small step stool or platform elevates small fry to the proper height. blonde. The real pay-off is this:! spent money on trash magazines^ For That Man at Christmas w modern and traditional ihar* value honors for •very home on your gift list and your own ... for "accent gifts" for that really important room. Most in warm mahogany and walnut . . . many With hand tooled leather tops ... all beautifully fashioned for years of pleasure. BARGAINS IN COiD WAVES Hours: 8:30 a.m. to I p.m. No Appointment NeceiMry LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP Cloud All Day Wtdneidor f fh and Broadway OVER WILEY'S "4 Sweaters—Crew and V-Necks—Bulky Knits Neckwear—Bow Ties— 4 in hand. Long sleeve Acrilan Knits .£. give YOUR Santa Glaus m VAN HEUSEN* the gift he'd give himself from Rehms of course we believe in Santa Glaus.... and we know that when he gets out of his red suit, he wants to wear Van Heusen Shirts the other 364 days of the year. So make this your Santa's happiest Christmas—give him a wonderful gift by Van Heusen. if Century White Shirts-Non wilt collar. if Vantage-No Ironing White Shirts • if Swimwear-Forthe South-bound vacationist if Handkerchiefs if Sport Shirts if Underwear—Novelty shorts—T-Shirts Undershirts •elatiotisnip" between a certain ligh-priccd executive and his' secretary is not all business. The nights when he is supposed :o be grabbing a sandwich at his desk and working late, he is actually wining and dining this ing llian the junk you're wasting your lime on now. Look i)i!o "Draili Of the Heart" by Elizabeth ther's "Song Blackmer's "Lorna Doone;" The Life of Mary Queen of Scot, and the mysteries by Dorothy Savers. You will wonder why you ever Bowen; Willa Ca- Of The Lark;" J. PRINCE GARBJVEB THIN TWIN REGISTRAR** * prof«cf«rf by VN INVISIBLE snrcw Dial 3273 405 E. Broadway "THE BIGGEST 1ITTLE STORE IN TOWN" ALL GIFTS Attractively Gift Wrapped Removable money-fold pass case may be carried separately for sports casual or formal wear. Bill divider and concealed money flap in billfold; also duplicate key slots and extra stamp and ticket pocket. Gahna polished Cowhide. Mahogany, Tan, Black. 95 t lui U* Others to 1 15.00 Hundreds To Choose From In The Finest Leathers- other Wonderful Gifts—For Him or Her MANICURE SETS-CIGARETTE CASES, KING SIZE OR REGULAR-BRIEF CASES-POCKET SECRETARIES- ADDRESS BOOKS-KEY CASES-TOILET CASES, EMPTY OR FILLED-AND MANY OTHER FINE GIFTS GOLD MONOGWAMING FREE ON AU LEATHBR GfrTS Free Gift Wrapping In Beautiful 'Christmas Paper OPEN TODAY-SUNDAY TIL 6 P.M. Monday 'til 9 p.m. Tuesday 'til 6 p.m. Open Christmas Morning 'til 12 Noon Timberlake's Gift Shop 'THE STORE OF A THOUSAND GIFTS" TTTPrif? IJtlJtL 217-11th St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WAILPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. Reed, Interiors DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES

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