The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1967 · Page 2
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BlytnevHle (Ark.) Courier News — Friday, February 10, IflCT <_ Pig* ThrM «iii»iiiiiniiiiiiiiii«iiiiiiniiiiiiB^ , Husband Should Shape Up aii Van KJuren (UcNautBI «r»nlc*u inc.) DEAR ABBY: I had been advised many times to investigate my husband's activities when he was supposedly working evenings on a second job. 1 finally did and found out from his employers that his hours were not what he said they were. I also found out that lie was having an affair before and after work with a married woman whose husband worked nights. When I confronted him with the evidence he said, "You should feel ashamed to have people bring to your face evidence that you are'nt capable ef holding your husband." Who do you think should feel ashamed? The husband (and father of six) who professes to be a Christian and got caught in his sin? Or the wife who had so much trust for 22 years that she refused t» believe it until she had proof from witnesses? MIXED UP DEAR MIXED: Tell your husband that you will handle your "shame" and he can handle his. And if he doesn't shape up and fly right, he may have to "pay' for his shame — and plenty! DEAR ABBY: I am dating a boy who is working h i s way thru college. When he asks me for a date, I panic because I know he is going to ask me where I want to go. I never know whether to say to the movies, bowling, dinner or what because I never know how much money he COMPLETES BASIC — Pvt. Danny E. Somers, USA, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Somers of 409 Louise, has completed his basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. He is now serving as an ammunition specialist at Fort Lewis, Wash. He is a graduate of Blytheville High School. has to spend. I am always afraid if I say I want to go somewhere that costs more than he has, he will borrow the money to take me. You could sure help me and a lot of other girls out if you'd answer this in your column. WORRIED DEAR WORRIED: When a young man asks you where you want to go, throw the ball back at him and insist that be offer some suggestions. Then you make a choice from HIS suggestions. That way you won't have to worry about his spending more than he can afford. Vo tfttvnniw yout forecast, not« Buatnpb opposite dates whicb ucludt TOUT btrtb date- SATURDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A very adverse day and evening for any sort of arguments or contentions, since quick separations that could exist for some time to come could quickly follow and take from the harmony you have so carefully built up with outsiders or those close to you. Show you can appreciate the fellow's point of view. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Although you think one you are fond of is neglecting you, be calm and realize that he, or she may be under some sort of stress. Don't add to tensions. DEAR ABBY: I am a successful, highly respected, supposedly intelligent professional man with a wonderful wife and family. Sounds perfect, doesn't it? Well, here is my problem, afid I hate myself for it: When my wife is away from me for one night I become filled with such anxieties about her becoming ill, meeting with an accident, or having a fling with another man, I practically go out of my mind. She has never given me any reason to worry about her, or to doubt her, but I can't help these thoughts. I don't sleep a wink, and I end up calling her at a ridiculous hour to see if she's "all right" — or maybe I'm just checking up on her. Then I start nagging her to come home. Yesterday she flew 1500 miles to visit her parents, and I s w o r e it wouldn't happen again, but it has! It's 3 a.m., and I've just telephone her. What's wrong with me? MISERABLE D E A R MISERABLE: Even successful, highly - respected, intelligent professional men can have emotional problems. You obviously need help in controlling your imagination. Tell your doctor about your "anxieties" and let him help you. CONFIDENTIAL T 0 "THINKING IT OVER" IN DAYTONA BEACH: No matter what your ages are, if you think you're too old for her, you're too old for her. This could be true in several Uge that particular lalent you instances as well. have in the creative wor ld. al- TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) L 0 stop sitting around so Don't drop that sweetheart, if {much, you are single, because envious j CAPRICO RN (Dec. 22 to Jan. friends are making remarks toj 20) Your hunches snould be fol which $011 should pay no attention. Repay social obligations, or accept invitations. But be altruistic in bo«i cases. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "H o w to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. Astrological * Forecast * By CABROLL R1GHTEK He. ucMuunt who has data you need but will not proffer it without prodding, getting favors in return. Show admiration for bigwigs. Be clever. SCORPIO (O c t. 23 to Nov. 21) Put aside any thoughts of persuading pals to help j'ou with certain projects you have in mind today. This could cause you to sever connections with a good altruistic associate. Others are too busy with own affairs right now. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Be very active in civic affairs right now so that you get the approval of higher-ups and make appreciable progress. News Of Men In Service Pfc. Reginald D. Schenimann 21, son of Mrs. Lauretta L. Schenimann of Route One, Hayfi has arrived in Vietnam with his unit, the 9th Infantry Division. Pvt. Arthur L. Strode, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy N. Strode, 1025 South Lake, has GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Doing whatever will make your home life more harmonious is right just now. Show others you are loyal. Treating others as you want to be treated is the ideal way. Don't permit anyone to cause you to lose your equilibrium. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You are in a position to get vital ideas from many sources that have been impossible to you ere Kiis. Be sure you first complete duties at hand. Then you can meet with charming persons for pleasure, recreation. LEO (J u 1 y 22 to A u g. 21) Show that you are willing to do your safe and sane share, in any financial arrangements with another, but will not assume too much of Sie responsibility. Don't go out of your way for another who will not appreciate your efforts. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Impress upon that associate who takes you for granted that you are a truly charming person. Get some social plan working that helps those who are inept. Don't try to bulldoze your way to the top — be diplomatic. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Consider well how to gain the lowed if you want close ties to go along with certain plans you have in mind. If you show gentility, you get better response being so temperamental. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) By showing generosity, you are in a position to clarify any moot points with those you know are important in your life. Later be sure to get out for pleasure and relieve tensions. Stop being such a martyr. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Taking time to get more order and beauty around you is wise and you find others around you respond much better to your ideas, suggestions. You can buy those new clothes you like. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he, or she, will be one of those interesting young ones wiio early pictures himself, or herself, as a hero or heroine and will be so anxious to fit this image that wonderful things can be accomplished in this lifetime. There is great deal of charm in this nature. Ideal chart for a public life, a connection with the government where advancement can come quickly, or deeply humanitarian work. completed a 21-week field radio repair course at the Army Southeastern Signal School, Ft. Gordon, Ga. Airman James 0. Mitchell, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mitchell of Route Four, has completed a 45-day patrol off the coast o (Vietnam as a crewman aboard the anti-submarine aircraft carrier USS Bennington. TSgt. Charles W. Elder, son of Mrs. Mamie I. Elder of 900 Webster is now stationed at MacDill AFB, Fla. Pvt. Andrew L. Armstrong, USMC, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Armstrong of Blytheville, has been promoted one grade while stationed at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendlcton, Calif. INSTALLED — Marsha McClellan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor was recently installed as Worthy Advisor of the Caruthersville Assembly 76 Order of Rainbow favor or some bigwig or expert Girls. (Photo by Taylor) Retiring Soon? First See Horseshoe Bend Estates The Ideal Planned Community All Personal and Household Services Beautiful Wooded Homesites In the Qzarks at Franklin, Ark. FRED'S Everyday Low Prices! FAMILY SIZE SECRET SPRAY $|00 FAMILY SIZE PRELL CONCENTRATE $|00 MEDIUM SIZE CREST 4 FAMILY SIZE PRELL LIQUID $|00 FRED'S DOLLAR STORE WHERE NOTHING IS EVER PRICED OVER $3.00 109 E. Main Phone PO 3-7671 SSgt. Thomas H. Sawyer, is now serving With the 425th base in the Western Pacific. His wife Donna is the daughter of Glenna Dunkerson of 2420 Kenwood Drive. Pfc. Little D. Mathis, USMC, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mathis of Route One, is serving ith the First Marine Division near Da Nang, Vietnam. Airman 3.C. George L. Coburn, son of James R. Coburn of Joiner, is on duly at a forward U.S. Air Force base in Southeast Asia. He is an air policeman and graduate of Wilson High Schosi Surfing Terms A surfer "hangs 10" when he moves to the front of his board and sticks his toes over the nose. If only one fool protrudes, lie "Jiangs five." 'Homing' Device? 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