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PAGE TWO Grapevine Girl Pledged Miss Barbara Jean Dalton daughter of Mrs Kathryn P Dalton of Grapevine is one of seven new pledges of Phi Chi Bulky uncomfortable napkins are not a necessary evil once you discover the freedom and comfort of 11 IMF' colleens Immommi :4i ' 1:i -: col eensj iI'll COIICCIINI COLLEENS are an entirely new r — hforPu form of disposable sanitary 0 -:::t protection — the first ever de- is 77: signed to adjust to the individual needs of each woman COLLEENS will give you a feeling of femininity and comfort no napkin can offer They will give you security too The reason is the patented self-adjusting design Worn internally a COLLEEN is a bud of pure soft cotton which blooms as it absorbs fluid It opens softly gently exactly as a flower opens until it attains just the right size and absorbency for your individual need COLLEENS can hold more fluid than the usable portion of sanitary napkins (and far more than the familiar tampon) They are so naturally and easily positioned—so delightfully comfortable—that you will never tolerate the discomfort of napkins again even for a single day Package of 8 — 49 package of 15 — 89e Refillable purse pack included Only at your drug store III litYPOILDISDUSTOIll IRC FM WWII He had heard a great deal about this 1962 Cadillac over the past several months And be wondered if any motor car could live up to the compliments that have come the way of this new "car of cars" Well he has just spent thirty minutes at the wheel—and the evidence is unmistakable Exhibit A: the way it looks Inside and out Cadillac styling has an undeniable sense of "rightness" about it And its colors and fabrics and appointments are all master w"-001101"41"1“10-040411"-0040a-too Section Theta national women's business fraternity at North Texas State University Miss Dalton is pt NTSD a sophomore marketing major MAIN AT LANCASTER Two THE LITTLE WOMAN—"I forgot my brief case" ADDITIONAL WOMEN'S NEWS ON PAGE 8 Ridglea has EVERYTHING CHANGE OF LIFE-OH HOW I DREAD THE NIGHT! S either long hours of lVing awake—or horrible nightmares! A bed of worry and torment! Now—a rernarkahle discovery is here to help you through the dreaded "time of the change- This effective medication devekped by the prominent specialist Dr Pierce makes It possible to escape much of the suffering fears and emotional problems during tills troubled period Used by 7 million women Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription combines five dlferent medicines that taken regularly helps you in these important ways—First works on sympathetic nervous system to relax nerves that cause tenseness fear of losing mental stability Second helps reduce hot flashes dreadful night sweats Third helps relieve emotional upsets morbid moods of feeling alone unloved Results guaranteed — or money back Get Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription today Tablets ti5c or liquid U preferred All druggists touches of elegance and luxury and majesty Exhibit B: the way it rides and handles Boulevard or back trail this one takes the road with incredible ease Steering is little more than a gesture and the car's ride is so level and smooth and quiet that it seems almost to float over the highway Exhibit C: the way it's built The car is crafted to the most meticulous standards that can be placed over the manufacture of an automobile—and more than 1400 inspec l'ISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER FRANK KENT MOTOR COMPANY FOR SIXTY YEARS THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD SftPtkAtAllo011e MILIMulAlkAll‘AkIMIPAtbagAPik011011 FORT WORTH STARTELEGRAM Joint Gift Requires Individual Thank-You When a wedding gift is sent from a large group of fellow employes and individual names are listed on the gift card a personal note should be written to each contributor If a general From Your Office" card is the only one in closed with the gift an all-inclusive note may be sent to the office addressed to the leader of the group LOOKING FOR THE UNUSUAL IN GIFTS? 1111 44 'r1S- Plantars—Statuaries—Imparts—Gifts Artificial Flowors ond Arrangamont The Pottery Hut 1716 South University Drive ED 2-3119 21? (1116Amin(116 e(i)lece16 FORT WORTH TEXAS BY DR GARRY C MYERS In the armed forces officers and enlisted men do not fraternize do not mingle socially as in civilian life to some this seems unreasonable and undemocratic Nevertheless this practice has grown out of experience Not all members of the armed forces can quickly shift in their ways from a normal social relationship to an official relationship when taking orders and obeying commands become necessary But in the home and family many parents are so skillful and wise as to exercise a free a n d democratic relationship with the child and still reserve dignity and control when necessary This is a desirable objective and some parents can attain it to a high degree YET MANY a mother has written me that the father does not risk romping and bantering with his child because this child "doesn't know when to stop" If Dad plays a bit with the youngster 4 or 5 this youngster may expect him to go on in this way without ceasing Dad lets the tot jump on his stomach while he lies on the floor and this tot wants to go on doing so or to get rougher and rougher Dad banters with the child 8 or 13 and the latter goes on to the point where the father thinks the child is impertinent and disrespectful Yet the wise and skillful parent can draw the line and hold the child to it After one or several jumps on his stomach Dad annotmces to the child "Just one more jump" and means it The tot respects the limitations BANTERING WITH the older child Dad may call him in fun by a name which normally would not be acceptable and soon the child may be dubbing Dad in fun with such uncomplimentary names as "dumb bell" or "stupid" a t(' :'i: 'g: i:'-'': i C'4ki:i'f ‘1o6ttoofoi4t3:w tt : çti ' I - '- :::1:i 4140110 t Control of Children Vested in Parents '14:::::t' t'''571' Pr' I ''':f':':'''l dk ( -awee tions now guard the production of every model Here is quality that can be seen and felt and sensed The verdict of course is indisputable This is the zenith of sixty years of fine-car design and engineering This is a Cadillac among Cadillac& We suggest however that you visit your dealer's showroom soon and act as your own jury He'll be happy to present the case for Cadillac at any time c:i I When Dad is wiser and more skillful be carefully draws a line and holds the child to it with no uncertainty Accordingly the child may learn what kind of banter is acceptable and what kind is not and discern times when it is acceptable and times when not ANOTHER PROBLEM is guiding the child especially after the age of 6 or 7 to avoid using repeatedly ugly descripfive names like "dumber or "stupid" in normal talk while working playing or just mingling with brothers and sisters or with playmates Though different and less objectionable than calling other persons ugly names in anger or derision it can become a very undesirable practice When this occurs often it may be the time to state that such expressions in your presence won't be permitted -- ism King rtaturee Brndleate The TODAY'S EMU Visiting Card On Decline BY LOUISE DAVIS Dear Louise: Are visiting cards still in vogue? What purpose do they serve? Answer: Visiting cards as such aren't in vogue because formal calls have been on the wane for a long time But the cards have many uses Of course they should be engraved not printed They are used for gift enclosures flowers for funerals and for formal birth announcements to which tiny cards arezttached by a pink or blue ribbon giving the infant's Literature Group Of JWC Hears Review of Book Sixty members and guests of the Literature Department of Junior Woman's Club heard Mrs Morton Gause Ware review "The Complete Book of Absolutely Perfect Housekeeping" (Eleanor Goulding Smith) at the department's meeting Tuesday in Margaret Meacham Hall Refreshments were served from a polished table centered with an arrangement of chrysanthemums in a silver and crystal compote Mrs Harry N Ward presided at the silver coffee service liostesses were Nimes Tommie Foulkes chairman Jimmie Broyles W R Walker Robert McClendon Frank Runge and John N'ann -III Farewells Not Necessary Guests should take leave soon after the bridal couple have made an exit unless invited to stay for special festivities In the strict sense of the word farewells are not necessary at a wedding party but complimentary words about the wedding and the bridal pair are always appreciated by the bride's family and are fitting as a guest's responsibility to the party aajle140001Jilik-‘AWPW-P4)10-416-SPPOt"WIN""01PW4Aft104 Health Capsule By MICHAEL A PETTI How soon after exposure does chicken pox develop? The incubation period Is 14 to 21 days name and date of birth A visiting card often is used when there is a death of a friend or acquaintance Under the engraved name is hand-written a brief message such as "deepest sympathy" The card in its envelope then is delivered in person or by messenger to the home of the bereaved It may also be mailed providing the envelope is large enough to comply with the postoffice request Visiting cards are also occasionally used as invitations to an informal party such as a tea tea dance or cad party The information including the date and hour is hand written It may also contain an RSVP in the lower left corner and be mailed in a regulation-sized envelope to match the card's paper and shade Prospective guests' visiting cards may also be used for the acceptances and regrets Dear Louise: When putting cube sugar into your coffee is it correct to unwrap the sugar with your hand place it in a spoon and put it into the coffee? Answer: You included one step too many Eliminate the spoon and drop the cube into !he coffee with the fingers GOOD READING! JACQUELINE BOUVIER KENNEDY ty Mary Von eneseleor Moyer A worm personal story of th First Lady illustrotod with family pictures 415 st BARBER'S BOOK STORE 8th Throckmorton ED 6-7002 Moil Orders Add 25c ond Yoe Chnroe Accounts Invited ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM PAINS Now--ger 'else' or get your money bark That's DOLCIN's promise to you Yes whenever moderate Arthritis Rheumatism or Muscular Pains occur you should try DOLC1N tablets Nothing else in the world la faster safer better for such pains than DOLCIN Get DOLCINg tablets at the drug store to day! Give them a fair and squaxe trial! Take them all! The directions tell you how You must get fast relief or get your mocey buds siau omi gau4 PimittYine INCORPORATED 1801 Hemphill Fort Worth WA 6-17S1 Tuesday Morning November 21 1961 IN THE DECEMBER LADIES' HOME JOURNAL r i 4' Ills "common touch" has de lighted Vatican veterans How has he revitalized the crum bling College of Cardinals? What are his views on uniting the Catholic and Protestant churches? Don't miss this beautiful story complete vith a "guided tour" of the Papal quarters special in the exciting Christmas Journal 00 0 0 : : eit 4: S ' L FOR YOU A BIG CHRISTMAS PACKAGE! '! s r: s: - iO S L L-IVILL1AALJ i 11 fl It S big bright and color ful Its the December 1A dies' Home Journalchock full of things to give (42 U I inspired ideas) things to I get (start hinting now) to 1 make or bake And best of f: v: all things you'll remember r!): for many Christmases to I come For your reading pleasure the Journal out :'? does itself with a host of 0 special stories and articles l' Have a Merry Christmas! 5 England's Queen Mother ad nuts she spoils her famous grandchildren But insiders feel she is their one important link with normal living Come —with the December Journal —for a visit to her castle See her doing magic playing tag Treating Charles and Anne to a buying spree A happy Christmas interlude DECEMBER LADIES' HOME A CUIlle itAGAZINI I - i PAGE TWO Section Two FORT WORTH STARTELEGRAM Tuesday Morning November 21 1961 ' the ' 1 1 Grapevine Girl Pledged Theta national women's busi- 2roul—r -r-- --------------- 1 1 II Control of Children IN THE DECEMBER 1 ness fraternity at North Texas i4s - Health Capsule daughter of Mrs Kathryn P LADIES' HOME JOURNAL - I Miss Barbara Jean Dalton State University Miss Dalton is ‘-e if ce egg -- 1 at NTSU ------ x Dalton of Grapevine is one of 4ft -i Vested Parents By seven new pledges of Phi Chi a sophomore marketing major i ?1 1))114f f 0 0 BY DR GARRY C MYERS When Dad is wiser and more MICHAEL A PETTI MD skillful he carefully draws a How soon after exposure ' — In the armed forces officers -z--- 11 J ''t ' - enlisted men do not fratern- line i 9 with no uncertainty According- does chicken pox develop? H OP I ze do not mingle socially as T and ne and holds the child to t ly the child may learn what I (' e 9 e in rvilian life To some this kind of banter is acceptable ( 41-0 seems unreasonable and un- and what kind is not and dis- I I :'- democratic Nevertheless this cern times when it is accept- Bulky uncomfortable — 0 -' - practice has grown out of ex- able and times when not pe napkins are not i' - ' ' — Nri oee tnaell: members of the armed I I A R PROBLEM is e ick I Aw 1 liti-s lir? 2 fworaTgmn qiZjrrmsahl ifstoicnialthreeir N 0 T H E - elk s lationship to an official relation- hip when taking orders and guiding the child especially after age of 6 or 7 to avoid 14 o using repeatedly ugly des:trhiecioprbler: 79:7 l'i'lltc4silOHoworirico:o 4:1ATE: a necessary evil Ili:fr and comfort of l1:01:tr'11:::14::4: J11 :: lie --- obeying commands become nee- lk "i:' e i 0 five names ie dumbell once you discover the freedom 1 essary g"Isitnugp i wd Y working playing n- 111:41 Y41 1): il But in the home and family or just mi many parents are so skillful 'i'thinbrIloodisrmerasl ja 44 ' — and wise as to exercise a free or with playmates ' 11--4t4q4'7" Co eenb 16:1r 1111 iib a n d democratic relationship Though different a:tndadlkl:s 1121 1111101-z---------- with the child and still reserve Oe 'e w ee 1961 Sitee real uree Svreitro In Vk orld rliThtil reservefl t--------------—-7--- -—:---'1 jectionable than eallin other 4 'Je ' i e dignity and control when nee- t e t i :! '1- ' essary is is a desirable ob- persons ugly names nanger ig ovrerIttrsii crarnacbtiecceomytehean I -k t' t!: THE LITTLE WOMAN—"I forgot my brief case Th " jective an d some parents can undesirable et A 0- ' V ' 4 N 1 ' ih iritili 44i '41 '' 1 I 4711 tt it t hh d wee e- 4 dommoin " 1 Alk ADDITIONAL WOMEN'S this occurs r i 1 tv v k I 6 1 iA )1 'itv joint Gift R a am o a ig egree often it may be the equires time to state that such ex- The incubation period is '' f :irl' ' I 1 NEWS ON PAGE 8 YET MANY a mother has pressions in y o u r presence 14 to 21 days ' '4 4 tYt It 1 i colleensj COLLEENS are an entirely new written me that the father does 0 0 — — Individual Thank- You won't be permitted It' 1 I - led oef' form of disposable sanitary not risk romping and bantering e ism King Featuree Syndicate Inc ' 41 I t t7: !Aviary wit-70 di with shn! S cpavb ewe ahue sne to oh is teohpil:d t 0 — -99e4 protection - the first ever de- t ! When a wedding gift is sent -w RI g t " TODAY ETIQUET 6d lea has r 't?940" 4 '' 04 "' signed to adjust to the indi- from a large group of fellow em- If Dad plays a bit with the w 11 ‘ -x t bc ''' iakk2 frk 4 ployes and individual names are youngster 4 or 5 this youngster it ss of t:':044-4-- ' vidual needs of each woman EVERYTHING listed on the gift card a per- may Visiting Card On Decline f4 i 1 expect him to go on in this T T le L 4-1 --1y ' t COLLENS ill give you a feeling of femininity and E W 1 way without ceasing ! 1 sonal note should be written to Dad lets the tot jump on his 1' 1 i--' --e)----e' e elte comfort no napkin can offer They will give you each contributor 1 49 e r'tt-- :: 7 ''' stomach while he lies on the security Th is patented elf BY LOUSE DAVIS too e reason the s- If a general "From Your Of- floor and this tot wants to go name and date of birth A visit- ii! ' s1909e1N - 1 adjusting design Worn internally a COLLEEN is CHANGE OF LIFE— flee" card is the only one in- on doing so or to get rougher Dear Louise: Are visiting ing card often is used when ir'eec 2 f' i p e bud of pure soft cotton which blooms as it at lie cards still in vogue? What ur- - closed with the gift an alien- and rougher Dad banters with there is a death of a friend or A' 4 OH HOW I DREAD elusive note may be sent to the the child 8 or 13 and the latter acquaintance Under the en- 1 i" -4" sorbs fluid It opens softly gently exactly as a pose do they serve? fr I graved name is hand-written a e 9 I office addressed to the leader of goes on to the point vvhere the 1 i flower opens until it attains just the right size and THE NIGHT! the group father thinks the child is im- Answer: Visiting cards as brief message such as "deep- 4 4 ' ' absorbency for your individual need pertinent and disrespectful such aren't in vogue because est sympathy" The card in its ! ' ' : - 1 We either long hours of lvin g LOOKING FOR THE Yet the wise and skillful par- COLLEENS can hold more fluid than the usable av aihe—or horrible rpghtmares' A bed r formal calls have been on the envelope then is delivered in ' '' '1 worry and torment! Now—a rernarkahle UNUSUAL IN GIFTS? ent can draw the line and hold wane for a long time But the Person or by messenger to the i - ' i et---- portion of sanitary napkins (and far more than the discovery is here to help you through the 11eeeee-n----- the child to it After one or sev- cards have many uses Of home of the bereaved It may re' dreaded 'time of the change" This el- familiar tampon) They are so naturally and easily fectmi medication devekped by the t— MI f'::" 111 eral jumps on his stomach Dad course they should be engrav also be mailed providing the - - minent specialist Dr Pierce makes :rr ownw t ' - - announces to the child "Just ed not printed They are used envelope is large enough to positioned—so delightfully comfortable—that you trpsible to escape m ch of the suffer- ing fears and emotionZ problems during for gift enclosures flowers for one more jump" and means it comply with the postoffice re- - - will never tolerate the discomfort of napkins again Una troubled period Used by 7 million women Dr Pierce -r 's kik 1 respects the funerals and for formal birth quest Visiting cards are also - even for a sin le d Favorite Pre m scription combines f:ve d f- a -'1 1r-ii 11 tn A The tot respet-rrritstr limitations utrnnt cl -1t- en rrie nttnintlati tty rt announcements to which tiny st ern et i ntr occasionally used as invitations - s g ay ferent medicines that taken regularly er i e tn an informal nartv such as a i Llilaial ig PAC Grape Miss daught Dalton seven III 1 OINIME : i - f :' h11 has de )rans How the erum :ardinals? on uniting Protestant miss this iplete with - the Papal ial in the Journal 4re::-:z-e::-:: i: r iii 0 - : STMAS s GEL iil fl nd color mber La LIchock li give (42 l lungs to 1-! : now) to :5 id best of lii remember mases to i': reading rnal out i? 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