Quarterly Report Made By Society Splendid work ig being accomplished by the Personal Workers' Society of which the Rev; G. W. Kerstetter is secretary. The quarterly report follows: Miles /traveled, 2,862; calls in the _ Interest of the work, 185; inter- .views held, 70; letters and mail in interest of work, 389; talks and Sunday School classes taught, 27; Bibles sold and given away, 26; other scriptures,'booklets, etc., 80; tracts given away, 3S; homes canvassed, 352; number in homes, 1.352; number attending Sunday School, ,768; Bibles in homes, 655; homes without Bibles, 16; and scripture text calendars, 50. Attendance at the religious services held at the Maryland State Penal Farm, 3,117; entertainment, 300; Bible Class, 95, making a'total of 3,512. Attendance at the Mooreaville Sunday School, 211; Indian Springs, SOS, and Pondsville 209, a total of 1,222. Added to the number at the Penal Farm the Personal Workers' Society was able to serve a total of 4,734. The gospel team visited Indian Springs during the special week of services and was enthusiastically received. It consists of W. E. Cooprider, the Rev. C. K. Clapp, D. A. Harp and Arol Peters. The three Sunday Schools the •ociety is helping have their meet- Ings as follows: Sunday School at Pondsville, 9:45 a. m.; Indian Springs, 10 a. m. T and Mooresville, 2 p. m. The services at the Maryland State Penal Farm are held every Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The J. Spangler Kieffer Bible .Class of Zion Reformed Church and the Clever-Smith Bible Class of Christ Reformed Church have appointed committees to co-operate [Kith the society in the work. Ten denominations are listed in the membership. The Children's Choice For Brother and Sister THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN. MD.. MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1939. SEVEN WE WOMEN By BETTY BRAINERD "The Smallest Worm Will Turn—" Style No. 29S9 is designed for sizes 2, 4, and 6 years. Style No. 3342 is designed for sizes 6, 8, 10, 13 and 14 years. 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Wide tt protects your table! Chrome finish! 25c DOWN "Dear Betty Brainerd: "I am a married woman 37 years old. My husband is several year* older. He has a good job, provides well for me, and our home, which he seems to enjo3% is well furnished. We have a nice car, also. Here is my problem: "For five years my husband' has been going to the home of my widowed sister who, I am sorry to say, has a very notorious reputation. Although we have moved 200 miles away from my home town he still goes there to see her. My mother also lives in my former home town and when we go home my husband is miserable until he can get started out to my sisters house. "My sister, X, is two years my senior. She has grown children I have talked to my husband and begged him not to go the home of a woman with such an unsavory reputation but he gets angry and refuses to explain why he goes. Of course he always denies that he goes unless I find out about it or see him go there. "I feel that I have tried every possible way to get my husband not to go to X's. For example, for months I haven't mentioned her to him or questioned him about her. I once loved my husband dearly but he is turning me against him "more and more as time passe*. "Do you think that if I went away for a few weeks or for several months that that would help? We have no children. I am not strong and am so nervous under this strain that I feel I cannot live much longer -under the present conditions, i never have worked and my education is limited. Please help me for I will do anything you suggest. * "Worried. Dear "Worried": Your letter is exceedingly well written and gives no evidence of a "limited education." It does show very clearly that ypu are nervous and shaky. I wish you had told m e what your mother thinks of your sister and of your situation. Would she be willing to confirm your statement that B goes to X's home at every opportunity? Would she be willing to brand one of her daughters as a notorious woman to save the home and health, of another daughter—you? I ask you these questions because it would be simpler to keep it a family affair rather than go to friends and have them confirm your statements about your own sister. I am taking for granted that they are true. If you hesitate to worry your mother you will have to have others corroborate that X is the type of person you say she is and that your husband seeks her company at every opportunity. Go to a first-class lawyer. Tell him your facts. Tell him you wish to sue your husband for separate maintenance and that you do not now wish to get a divorce. Inform no one that you are consulting a lawyer because "forewarned is forearmed." Do not write your mother as you sister might learn of it in some way and warn your husband. 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