The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 29, 1951 · Page 2
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November 29, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 2

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TEH N*wi, Frederick, Md.. Thursday, November M, 19*1 Dorothy Dix Says: Dear Miw Dix: K would b* · wonderful thing if you could give some sound consoling advice to the many, many women, including myself, who have gone through the agonizing heartbreak of finding their husbands to be unfaithful. O£ all the grief in married life, I think this is fee most tragic, because it touches the deepest roots of a worn* an's soul. I have been married fourteen years and have a child of 12. My husband, though 50, is very attractive and I have always been considered an attractive person myself. I am nine years younger than he. From the beginning of my marriage I have suspected infidelities, and for the past six months they have been obvious. H« has finally promised never to see the girl again and begs me to have faith in him. He has given flimsy excuses for his philandering--such as being starved for companionship (which has certainly never been denied him at home), doubting my love (also a subterfuge), etc. Now I feel I can never trust him, and am torn between the desire to preserve my home and taking the drastic step of leaving. BETTY K. S. Answer: There is little consolation anyone can give to women in your position. What good are words in mending a broken heart, salving wounded pride, putting together the shattered pieces of a broken ideal? This is truly a problem in which only God can give comfort. Pray for'the courage to carry on your life in its normal pattern, as nearly as possible, for the restoration of the faith you otjce had in your husband and for complete, sincere repentence and amendment on his part There's No Answer How a husband can so sorely hurt the woman he loves--and most of them, 'in spite of infidelities, do continue to love their wives--is a mystery for which no one has a solution. 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He's the only boy I've ever gone with .that I really liked. One Saturday night recently he stood me up and I got so mad 1 told him not .to come back. Now I'm sorry I ever said that. I have tried to forget him but it isn't easy. He knows 1 would go out with him again if he asked me. Should I? DAISY Answer: First of all, Daisy, did he have any reason for breaking the date, or offer any excuse? While it is a very rude thing to do, and your. anger was certainly justifiable, circumstances do alter cases. If he is sufficiently contrite, and- does ask you to go out again, go ahead! Since you are so fond of him, he's worth taking another chance with. However, if the same incident occurs again, then call it quits for good. Dear Miss Dix: I have just read your column concerning the servicemen and whom he should see first: when he comes home--mother or girl friend. I am the latter, and cannot see how any young girl can be selfish enough to expect him to see her first. His mother probably has only a few years left to see him at all. whereas the other party will have him completely for years tf come. Girl*, pleas* us* some good eld- fashioned common cens* find wait now for your time to come. The mother definitely ought to be first even Jf it Is not her son's choice. A GIRL FRIEND Answer Here is a young girl who will never have In-law trouble. She has learned, at an early age, the consideration and thoughffulness for others that it takes many people a lifetime to acquire--and some never do. Follow her good advice, young ladies. Released by the Bell syndicate Strength For Today By Earl L. Douglas* WITH AND WITHOUT CEMENT The sand on the seashore is so loose that one usually sinks over his ankles as he attempts to walk through it, An automobile would stall if it tried to plough through any considerable extent of ocean sand. But many of the roads which lead up to the seashore are all made o£ sand--that is, sand mixed with cement, and thereafter called concrete. The sand which in its natural state is too soft to support the weight of a human being, can, when mixed with cement, support the weight of continued traffic involving the use of tens of thousands of heavy trucks. There are people whose characters are like the sea sand, and there are other people having precisely the same qualities whose characters are as reliable and durable as a wide concrete highway. The difference is that the reliable person has had something mixed into his life which gives it consistency and strength. The saint and the sinner are both made of the same thing--sand. But the sinner, who constantly yields to temptation because he has nothing in him which enables him to stand up against its enticements, is like the loose sand of the seashore. The saint is the person who has had the cement of high spiritual purpose and an abiding religious faith mixed into the qualities of his souL (Copyright Babson Newspaper Synd.) PUBLIC SALE Having cold my farm, I will sell at public auction on said premises located on macadam road leading- to Woodsboro, about 1M miles cast of Crcagcrstown, Frederick County, Maryland, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1951 AT TEN-THIRTY A. M. 13 head of cattle 7 milk cows, 1 fresh by sale. 2 bred Holsteln heifers. 3 baby beeves, weigh around 600 Ibs, each. 1 Hereford bull, weigh around 1,100 Ibs. HOGS--2 brood sows with pigs by side. FARM AND DAIRY EQUIPMENT FarmaU tractor, Model F-12, rubber, recently overhauled, and attachments; F-12 mower, seven foot cutting- bar; corn cultivators, 2 wagons on rubber, manure spreader, 28x18 disc harrow, Little Genius tractor gang plow, 2 bottom 12 inch furrow, tractor wood saw, barshear plow, single shovel plow, etc. DAIRY--McCormiek Deering cooler, lot of cans and buckets, strainers, No. Two separator, motor driven, 100 fret one inch rubber hose. BUTCHERING TOOLS--4 tripods, thirty gallon iron kettle, sausage Kluffcr and lard press, sausage grinder, and nil other smaller equipment. FEEDS--700 baled good mixed hay, 25 tons grass ensilage, 12 bushels red clover need, weed burner, 5 colonies of honey bees, and mnny other miscellaneous articles not listed. TERMS OF SALE--CASH with complete Battlement sale day. JOHN F. BYRNE, THURMONT, MD. Phone Frederick 750-W GLENN TROUT, Auctioneer RAYMOND L. KELLY, Clerk Lunch Rights Reserved EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY By virtue of the power and authority contained In the Last Will and Testament of Edgar R. Young, late of Frederick County, Maryland, deceased, recorded in Liber H.D.K. No. 1, folio 497, one of the Will Records of the County aforesaid, and pursuant to an Order of the Orphans Court for said County passed on the 6th day of November, 1951, the undersigned will offer at public sale on the premises formerly occupied by the late Edgar K. Young located at the southwest corner of the intersection of East Main and Prospect Streets in Middletown, in the County and State aforesaid, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1951 at 11:00 o'clock a. m., the following described antique and modern furniture and other miscellaneous personal property, to-wit: Solid walnut chest of drawers, mahogany veneer Empire chest, walnut marble top dresser, Chippendale marble top stand, 2 matching: pictures with walnut deep frames, 2 blanket chests, 10 hardbottom chairs, ladder bactc rocker, 6 dining chairs, square lep(red table, old Dutch walnut table, walnut shelf clock, large mahogany Ogee mirror, Williams "History of Frederick County," antique china and glassware, dough tray, and sleigh bells. 2 volumes; Korrick coverlid, 4 flat irons, lot of ironstone and other Monarch kitchen range, Kcnmore washer, kitchen cabinet, sewing machine, Hoover electric sweeper, leather couch, Oak sideboard, refrigerator, Lehr upright piano, table radio and table, several bridge lamps, Morris chair, several rockers, library table, overstuffed occasional chair and ottoman, overstuffed davenport, 9x12 rug, several scatter rugs, 2 iron beds and springs, 3 oak beds and springs, bureau, several split bottom chairs (hickory), lot of linen, bed clothing, lot of dishes and cooking utensils. Step ladder, flower stands,, kettle and cooker Jacket, tubs, bench, lawn chair, lot of small tools, and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. No property to be removed until settlement has been made. At the hour of 2:00 o'clock P. M. on the date aforesaid, and pursuant to the authority aforesaid, the undersigned will offer at public sale the premises formerly occupied'by the late Edgar R. Young, deceased, located in Middlctown. Maryland, as aforesaid, All that lot or parcel of land of which the said Edgar R. Young died seized and possessed, fronting 73 feet, more or less, on the south side of East Main Street and running back for depth 230 feet, more or less, Improved with a modern, 2-story, slate roof, brick dwelling, containing 8 rooms and bath with attic and cellar. The property is further improved with a 4-car frame garage and poultry house. It includes a modest sized productive garden with flowers, trees (fruit and shade), and shrubs. Heat for the 'dwelling is furnished by oil burner through a circulating: hot air'sys- tem. The dwelling is substantially constructed and constitutes a desirable private residence or is adaptable to conversion into apartments. The property may be inspected prior to sale. For appointment phone Middletown 33-M. For title reference see deed from M. H. Oliver Beachley, «t. ux., to Edgar R. Young, et. ux., dated March 29, 1926, and recorded in Liber No. 356, folio 584, one of the I.,a«d Kecords of Frederick County. Possession c? the above premises will be given immediately upon ratification of sale by the Orphans Court for Frederick County. State, County and Municipal taxes assessed against the said real estate will be adjusted an of the date of sale. TERMS OF SALE: Cash on day of sale or ratification thereof by the Orphans Court for Frederick County, Maryland. A deposit of $1,500.00 will be required of the purchaser on the day of sale. All eosts of conveyancing-, including Federal and State Stamps requisite for the deed, shall be borne by the purchaser. AMOS A. HOLTER, Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Edgar R. Young, deceased EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer RAYMOND L. KELLY, Clerk I FRIDAY and SATURDAY Men's White Cotton Handkerchiefs Fine Broadcloth Shirt Plus Smart Tie Men's Canvas Work Gloves Buy Them Now At 4 « $ ^ -00 GIFT IDEA FOR EVERY MAN ON YOUR LIST! ONLY $2-98 It's a twice-as-welcome gift! The sparkling, cellophane- topped holiday box contains Penney's own Towncraft white shirt--plus a distinctively styled tie--both for only 2.98! Come! Hurry! 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