The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 9, 1954 · Page 29
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May 9, 1954

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 29

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Sylvia Sage Says It's Alt Right To Date Widower DEAR SYLVIA SAGE—For several weeks I have been having dates occasionally with. & widower who is 10 years elder than I and has two children. His wife died about five years ago and he has had a housekeeper to look after the children and his home. I am 25 and have been working as a waitress since I finished high school. My parents are much opposed to my dating this' widower. They say he only wants someone to look after his children and they think I should become interested in someone nearer my age. I have never dated a great deal as I am rather shy and have always felt self-conscious with men. But this man makes me feel at ease and we always have good times together. He is so thoughtful and kind and is much more polite and gentlemanly to the waitresses than many of the men who come into the restaurant. T— — It is hard for me to believe thai South Carolina, where the mini- District CWF •*«To Meet Here Next Tuesday The annual spring institute of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the Disciples of Christ will be at the First Christian church in Saluia Tuesday. Sessions \vill be from 9 30 am to 3-SO pm A covered dish luncheon will be be Mrs. H. B. Marx, Muncie, Ind, She is chairman of World Community Day and a member of the executive board of the general department of the United Church Women of the National COUGCI! of the Churches of Christ in America served at noon. Approximately 80 women of this| c ' etv distrct are expected to attend, according to Mrs Cecil Watt, president of the SaUna CWF. Mrs. Marx was a member of the board of managers of the United Christian Missionary Society six years. For five years she was executive secretary of missionary organizations of the United So- he doesn't like me just for myself but my parents think it is silly for me to have that idea. I have two older sisters who both married younger men of their ages and my parents can't understand why I haven't. As I live at home it makes it more difficult for me to go ray own way and do as I please. But since I enjoy thisj man's company I see no reason j why I shouldn't continue dating him in spite of. what they .say.. Do you think I should do you think! ~;f JL Mrs. H. B. Mart Presiding at the sessions wtt be Mrs. C. B. Currance, Beilevilie ; district secretary. She works under the direct supervision of the , -state president, Mrs. Helen C Greasy Pans Schaab, Topeka, in administering Wipe greasy pots and pans with the state program, a paper towel before putting in Principal speaker Tuesday will sink or dishpan, to wash. Saves grease, from going down the drain Te Train Officers At Tuesday's institute incoming officers will be instructed and trained in the worlc of the CWF, and the state program will be outlined The Saiina district, includes this area •of..the state, south to McPherson and west from there, east and north to beyond Dickinson county and north of Ottawa county. What they say is true — that he is only looking for a mother for his children? MAVIS, ANSWER - I definitely do think you should have dates with the widower if you are congenial. Probably he is trying to find a mother Jor his children. That Is a natural thing for him to do. But that doesn't indicate at all that he isn't interested in you lor your own sake. And if you like each other and enjoy being together, your parents should not Interfere. The association way not develop into romance and lead fo marriage but at least you have a right to enjoy .the man's companionship. Perhaps the reason you are so shy and self .- conscious is because your parents have /always shielded you and dictated to you too much. Assert your independence, not belligerently, but in a reasonable .way. It might be better for you if you could move away from home.'so you could act more independently. That may not be a practical idea for you but your parents should give you more freedom to plan your own life. Have a reasonable and frank talk with them. Explain to them why you feel mum age for the boy is also 18. MISS SAGE —- I wear screw- lype earrings but I lose so many .thai I wonder if It wouldn't be advisable lo have my ears pierced and wear the screw-type in ilie pierced ears. Can you suggest any other way I could avoid losing so many? ROBER- ANSWER — A new type of ear(ring is on-the market which is jheld in place with a tiny hinge and spring attachment. The b i g talking point for it is that it is much less apt to be lost than the screw-type. These arc too new to have undergone much,test but! you might try them. DEAR SYLVIA — Could you tell me how June Allyson and Doris Day became stars? How old are they? Who are their husbands? What is Doris' real last name? JUDY. ANSWER — June Allyson, during 'her school days in New York, was a great fan of Ginger Rogers and made a practice o£ copying I her dance routines. When she ra-j marked to some of her schoolmates! that she! could dance like Ginger ;j Rogers,- they dared her. to' try put i I for a .Broadway show. She did.and! was accepted.- After .she finished' school, she appeared as a chorus j girt on Broadway, then started i I starring in musical comedy. •She] L is 31 and is the wife: of Dickjl Powell. , j Doris Day,- whose name ''was' Kappelhoff, was a dancer during! ner school days but injuries • suf- fered'in .an automobile accident caused her to give-up that career and she began practicing singing. 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ANSWER - Dick Contino has been in army service and I don't know that he has 'received his discharge. He returned to the States from service in Korea about three months ago. No records have been released recently, and there has been no publicity concerning his return to the entertainment field. He is 23 years old and his. home is in Glendale, Calif. You might obtain information about the.pos- sibility of new record releases by writing RCA Victor, 630 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. SYLVIA SAGE —We put down I new carpet this spring. It, is gray with a lighter gray leaf ind is almost white in places. It doesn't show footprints but just looks dirty. We are careful with it, loo. Today I cleaned it with meal and it looks some better but I wonder if you could fell me something lo use that would make it look really clean. MARIE. ANSWER — By'using your sweeper often you can keep the soil from becoming embedded in the rug and difficult lo remove. 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