Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 3, 1967 · Page 18
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First Methodist W§m@n Continue Study of Japan T/iis Hubby h Poor Excuse for a /V10n MRS. CECIL HUNTER HOUSTON . .. XEE Marv Loretla Jones AAcfPV JYlUiy Houston in Church Rites Miss Mary Lorefca Joses and Cecjj Hunter Houstoi were married Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. with the Rev. B. F. Johnson offieat- ing for the wedding JD Highland Park Baptist Church of Fort bride is the daughter of Mr. aod Mrs, Jimmie L. Jooes of Fort Worth. Bridegroom is the soa (A Mr. and Mrs. Ben- ; steeres aod OQ fee skirls. Their shoes were orange and their , veils were yellow. They carried ; orchids accented with yellow and oraage, Honor attendents Bridegroom's atSeadants were Lany Gilbert, AUen me St., Brcwnwood. Church decorations included an arch, earsrined wiifa orange end yellow flowers, holding candies. Ghresa la Marraige The bride, given In marriage by her fatter, wore a gown of carried a' By ABIGAIL VAN BURfiX j DEAR ABBY: ! seed soin* • advice before I go «n of rny : roiad. My has&EDd and I hsvt I bees married f of h* : o years. I and I just found oat for sore ifcai I Bin pregnant with osr ; first cM3d. | When I toid tny husband. I 'I though' he vrtsald explode. I : have never seen hJm K> asgry. .He has restricted rae to the ; house. I can Seav* only to go • Is wori, sod then I have is ;0>n>e straight home. 1 car,'! visit try friends r»f relsthTt. .; 1 023*1 go downtown to do any• thing. Not even grocery shop- pisg in the neighborhcoi Ke doesn't want me acy place where scy of Ms friends ess .see roe and fcsow I'm pregnant. He keeps threatenLng to j get oat legsDy, or ifiegally, as 'he wants i>o part of being tied ; doisTJ at 21. 1 lore feim and = don't wsat to lo&e him. How jean I get fekn to change Ms • attitude? I am sis.o 21." j KEEDI5G HELP ] DEAR NEEDING: Sorae- j thing is fishy bere. Why is I yonr hn&haad M ^ideatly I opposed to iettkig his friends } taa>w tliat y«j are pregsacl? | Yoa are married, and there : is nothing la be ashamed of. He tied himself down at 19 when be married, so his reason for exploding does not make much sense. Aid what is this restricting business! If yoa submit to his unreasonable demands ID rrder to bold a husband who has threatened to get oat legally of illegally, yon art asking for tbe abusive treatment year poor excuse for a husband is dishing oat. DEAR ABBY: I am 15 and I babysit for a few people in Abby. yoa always ten as kids, to do «iist oar pi refits say. but this time I 'Mrti. I am right sad they are wrong. What "do yea thiik? SITTER DEAR SITTER: Tbe best of parents -can bt urrong a«w aed Ibefl, and ttuless you agretd !o check with jour ro^tbsr before secrptiaf otb- er fitting dates, tbey -»ere wroof this tiitse. DEAR ABBY: We have two very small bsj&, Ose ss hvt and' the other is fr-o aad s half My pr&kra ii. I feel that my has-bsad expects too much t->3 5/X>2. Tfea&e little tykes cosae to the table happy and huagr>% but by thi tiir;e ray husband gets tt<ra correcting their every move, '"Sit up straight, take rs off the table, stop Mfl heJdiag Early dpe^esJ 2 tbeetttif of th* Lacy Gist Circle of WoaaS's Socifety of Christssa .Service of nr-st Me&odis! Qmrch Tuesday at 1:30 a.iti is the borne rf Mrs. Lawrence Oliver. j8i§ Durham. Mrs. D, R. Ffaskf. dteifmsz. presjdeo sssd 13 members aas- ; weTftd roll call \ Mr?. E. E. Rodger?. & :'gav* the de^ r oSwia!. ^Irs . Spa.in gsre tbe lessos oft Japan, i"T*K Japanes? QiristjaiJ Cern- manify is ars EcaiueiBca) Age/' the hostess served Spacisb' coffee cake aad coffee.. Nancy tttm The Kascp Tiros Qfde roer *ilh Mrs. E. A. Baoe. SalJ Viacent, -with J^irs. David Hea- 5ey. c h a i r BI a n. • Twelve members attended. Mrs. Bob Gahls gave fe de- \*olJcsia3 and Jirs. R. L. Wigin- ;itfi preseated the ksson. "The Japanese &:ene ia the Ecameni- cal Age." to coccpkte fee study: ;oi Japan. Gaby . Sirs, W. R. §32*o63 Jf. j bttjsght the devsSofo-al ssd' Mr*, i J. Byrte Koontz fare Q* pro-? grsiii -CD Jspas. "Ibe Jspai?ese} Sctse is the BcaroeiBca! A§e."j the hostess served apricc-t ] roils, cheese crackers sad cof-| fee. you're eating too fast, you're •these poor kids leave the table' : IB tears with their plates prac- 1 iicaUy untouched. How caa I rnsice my bus-' .band understand that besides ; . \rnsjKing the boys dread meal-? \ time, it could be bad for their i ? OHIO ' gc4d a orange Bat Tee bridegroom's chose a wiat«r while reception '. was. held in . the of .the bride's parents. For going' away, the faride wore aa orange and brows . I, one of &e neighbors telephoned roe and asked if {I was a\'aliab!e to sit for her Von' New-Year's Eve, 1 was, so 11 toM her yes.. after I bang op the telephone, my rsosher asked fci. DEAR OHIO: Yon hare THREE little boys. Tell tbe one you're married to that ajtbo Ms criticisms may be justified, there is a more effective -way to teach children. It's true serious d igestire problems often develop when children (and adults, as well) attempt to eat virile tier are upset Implore your husband to pause, c-ctrol himself and to resist the urge to shout criticisms and orders at tbe taWe. "Gentleness"' is the key word here. And sboold be forget, a gen* tie kick in (he ankle from you may.'remind him. Confidential to Wall?: Taking your steady girl friend to tbe office Christmas party is like going hunting -with * the Mrs. Charles Qepper wg$ hostess for last week's meeting of the Frsi5c?s. Gsby Circle wiSi 10 inembers presect. , Mrs. J ames Scon presided ; and Mrs. A, F. Gregory gsre Ihe devotioaai. Mrs. J. Oaudi. Smith gave the Jesse© OB "Tbe' Japanese Scene in the Eoaneai- caJ Age" The hostess sen"ed reirejh-J ments of coffee and cake. j Nan Wright | Seven members of the Nan" Wright Circle met in the home of Mrs, P. A. Nelsoa, iSOS- ; Third SL { Mrs. N el jo a, co-chgirrnaaJ presided in the absence of Mrs. i Cora Fain. Business discussion ; included a covered dish lasch-i eon oa Dec, 12 and a spiritual] life program to be bekS Satur-s SiL']-e>- Barnes- Circle me! IS ; &>€ bade of Klrt Gordoa GiiffiB j Sr. fctf its Xorember meeUogj with nice is e ns b e f s present, j jti^. C. Listaa Sjnith attended! as a guesl M&etlsg *&s opesed fey Mrs.. ; Elmer Hayaes. iad Sirs.. A- C.; Henley, circle chainrsaa. pressd-l ed. j Plans for * Chris-tznas bazaar; were niade aad also for the De- ; ceisbef iuncheoa. Msatatl-co of; members was discussed, f s. Howard X0rris gave the! devoSoaal £t*d Mr&. E r a e s. t J Langford oocfuded the study of j Japan •aife the chapter, "The I Jap3.nese Christian Cortunusityj is an Eciimensca] Age." j Mrs. Smith gave the closing: prayer, and Mrs,. Griffs served; cof'ee 33d dale aiufSss from a\ table kid with white fisca. Mrs. i Snath presided at She cfciaa cof- i fee service. •! WMU Meets For Luncheon/ Mission Study RISING STAR CBBC} - Wora- • an's Misacsiajy Union met Moo-! daj r at W a.m. for mission [ studj' and a covered dish Itzixi)- > eoo at the First Baptist Church. The book, "AMda — Arrows to Atoms," was presented bj f Mrs. BilJy CarStoo, Mrs. Wilson Carietos and Mrs. W<»dsy Chambers. * | Sixteen members atteaded. 1 Birthday Dinner Served For Alpha Zeta Members >fembers of Alpha Zeia Oiap- ter of Beta Sigma Phi celebrated the chapter's birthday with a dinner at Chisnolm's 'where a cornucopia, made of ba&ed doogfa and frosted fruits by Mrs. Homer Thomas, centered ifae head tabie. i Following the diaaer, Mrs. jockey Wright, assisted by members of the chapter, cosi- | ducted the pledge ritual for I Mrs. Jimmie Brooks. j Mrs. Kenneth Boyd presented ] the program on "Verse." i Hostesses for the occasion 1 PLEDGE CEREMONY—Pledge ritual was read for Mrs. Jimmie Brooks at a birthday dinner meeting of Alpha Zeta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Mickey Wright was assisted by chapter members in conducting the ceremony. were Mrs. Jesse Ratliff, Mrs. i Moore, Tom Walling, Grover Wesley English and Mrs. Wayne! Beakley, Richard Sharpe, Ray- Chamberlain. jmond Roberson, Kenneth Boyd, Others attending were Mmes. 1 Bob Chiids, Nick Merriman, Mike Wright, Richard Wall, Seth land David Seals. Her attendaats, Riia. Beatrice • Houston, Sandra Schierae, wore orange colored dresses with scallops ca the bell TOPS~Oub Plans Holiday , Dinner Party Forty-two members were present far a regular meeting of Browjjffood Hunting TOPS Ch& Tuesday everang in Brownwood Coliseum, • Mrs. Gilbert Medeaif, leader, presided and plans were discussed for a Christmas dinner party io be held at CMshoim's. !&$. GSbeti Medcalf, leader, presided and plans were discussed for a Christmas dinner party % be heM at CfeWioiin's. Weight Joss reported for ti^ we«£ wag 35% poands. Wei^it loss recorded during the month of Km'eraber was 177 poaods. thy Wilson was Wee&," and Mrs- Sotton was 4 *^tees of m ° a>er " J ' 200 w ss a sophomore I told roy mother that I had s?j drama major at already promised this ofeer Howard Payse College, lady and I cuikb't break rny Bridegroom, a graduate of promise. " . Sul R&ss State CoJJege, AJpine, 5fy father, who is very quick is teaching in the Jtlidlacd tempered yelled, "You'll at school s>'stsnx -for year mother if she weds Spending Money i I Husbands seem to conffol the ' budget in the 37 io 45 year old families whereas over 45 the wives tate over. The young- 1 slers, 24-^., seem to spead their v money joicOy. 1 T»o» looser w & re* w8 be respon- for a »}ad swpper Cor ibe Tuesday evening in tbe " Program and in the home of ffW?^ r- t%SJ!.' f?r^ • * - ".v : -s 11 ' 1 . ,'*X A.'^n^i^tPife'X J ««••. ,'-> O : ,, ' MHHB| | HB | HH |^ H|B | u/ .< *~,f^i%''Ks""^tI I" '" >' • <H »-'J.I'S« , f «.. ^; .r ExtrsYog8n?a In jrf Pf«M Charles de GaulJe de Gaulle SPECIALS on French Provential Furniture

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