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July 11, 1961

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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wo M O f I j I A h Tuesday, July 11, 4Y D Her Married Life Far From Happy By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: \Yi>en I was a liltV girl my grandnv.thor c,-illed u:" "Dorothy Dix" because first name is Dcrolhy and cause I always ban serious thoughtful words ol advice for my own friends as well as Ihe adults. Now, after all llu.w years. I am turning to you for advice. At -Hi. my marriage, never happy, is ir. shambles. For Ifi years I've lined my husband completely, cared for him, spoiled him and been a helpmate in every sense bul. alas, io no avail. He is never home a! meal time. urm!;s in taverns lih all hours, piiK-Mes pennies v, Mime and the children but squanders money on hiii'soif and i-: currently out of v;<>' 1: I am an excellent cook, devoted mother and sew well but hate houseu-ork. which symbolic > all the meanness and ugliness of my niari'ieil life. It was bad enough when 1 stayed home bul mw that 1 woik as a registered nurse, it is ien times worse. A!y bu-haml doos nothing to malic things e.-iMe 1 I | would leave him had [ ;iny phce ilo «i> hul i'l niy relat've arc .dead. I do need Ii,.Ip. - n. j Hear I).: Mary, unable lo sc( ficnliy in snlvij'r; 'heir own prob- j lems. But. P'oiivanMi Ihnugii it ! may sound. "M-cr? is' ;i solution 'to c\ cry problem, yours inehid-'i!. depeii'iiu 1 .: tipo.i lh.' spiril ii, which ye u approach il. Since, as you '. .Miii'v-' Ir.vc.l your husband I." years, i doubf if divurcc i-, aM.-'.vcr : ll viitu- rase. |(i'\ OiNO ir i!! : n!-;inv:. -Vi'ten! the po'i- • He --> •:i;i:n 1 i:'lic but firm -.villi ir ;rl,,i,--r:v' husband Make i .-"i 1 tii.'i; i! he's PVPC to iiniw lie mn-;l --lia'-e (be i-espon^i lie-, of ma; i'i "! lil'p. l,j>t your ci)in!iiiu>d eaii.i'iil'ides. Yours C'.'i- i!ly arc i-link: a ;. spwinu ni! 1 .! '•in". \\'I;P: a.'e hi.-.'.' Peilr.ip-- in i '-mid pool them in a joint/ iluiv !i!;i; cnlerin" from your YOU mv le^Pi.ts. \V'>iTi-T. at i'k and I'.'tiiv; lUitne Mai.n^P Dcar Ilolpn: T mn n mother who is forced to work. This necossi- lilt's putting, my I'our-ycar-okl daughter in Nursery School. After two years, she still 'fi;;hls like a liltlo wild cat every morninp. he- cause she doesn't want to »o Her •teacher has (rid ine il is j'.isl Ian act and ilia 1 she i--. n>'rfe(lly •happy at school. I have cliaii'.;c.| [Sfhols l\\'i<'c already hut that | doesn't seem fo be Hip anfvcv i 1 hesiin lo i' fl *'l like ?''vs. Simon I I.PKrce. in Ion in." her lo ;^o I agairisl her will. Am I doii,-,' Hie : wrong Iliini,' 1 .' —De-pairint; Moll-! : er -| I Dear Deipairii::' Molher: Off 'hand. I uould : ay • •' u were d';int; j ithe onl>' ihiiu pos-io'e — you In. 1 - I ling the family I,,! .id,•.•inner. Sin.-!. 1 j ; it's been the .--am • situation wi'.ii ! .two difl'erenl schools. I'J be in- ; !('lined to at!n'.• \v;ii'. the Icatliorj J thai your little .cirl is puitinj; on • an act. Rut. Ini 1 your own pe'ir.v I of mind, why not explain Ihe si'u-: !alion lo your buss and ask for a (lay off to visit Ihe school and S:H> for yourself what's what. At b"st. (he circumstances arc hard. I'm sorry for you both ' but, take heart. A child often gets a beU''r start in a first-rate nursery sehol thnn at home. Dear Helen: I am a ifi-yoar old identical twin. Ever since .Junior ilifih we. have consistently competed against one another. Now she is taking away my boy friend. When 1 attempt to discuss this rivalry hot wen us. she shrugs; that identical twins arc always in lone in a Florida school, the other! close a stamped, self-addressed \ her shoulder and walks off. Our j conflict, whether they admit il or; in a Northern academy.'After a 'envelope and address her care mother sides svith my sister. ; not. Inevitably one strives to dorn- i series of frustrating trial and er-jthis mvspaper. Helpful leaflets What can I do? —Disguted Twin , inatc (and destroy) (he other. A ror episodes, she found separa-iavailable. Dear Twin: For your owii and!friend of mine, president of a.lion the only answer. j your family's peace of mind you \ well-known women's college and: Dorothy Dix is a registered should be separated. It is an ac-|the mother of identical twins,! Send your problems to Helen trademark. Re'eased by cepted fact among psychologists I sensibly placed them states apart; iWorden Erskinc. Be sure to en-1 the Bell SVndiiate TEMPEST. ^ Get to taKZoffat 15663 (Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for coupe shown.) fcldudes whitewaB tires, custom wheel discs, Federal Excise Tax and suggested dealer delivery and handling charge. Other accessories znd optional equipment, transportation charges, state and local taxes are additional. SEE PONTIAC'S TEMPEST AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALEI Still Hundreds of pairs to choose from in FOSTER S SEMI ANNUAL Men's Women Children's BROKEN SIZE RUNS REMAINING FROM SPRING AND SUMMER COLLECTIONS MEN'S RAND SHOES Values to $15.95 $8.00 Men's Randcraft SHOES Values to SI0.95 $6.00 CHILDREN'S SANDALS Sizes SVa to 3 $1.00 BOYS 7 BLACK LOAFERS Sizes 31/2 to 51/2 Values to 57.95 $4.00 POLL-PARROT SPPJNGAND SUMMER SHOES $ 2- $ 3 Remaining Advertised Brands DISPLAYED ON TABLES 00400 COO 00 5°°-6 TEH'S FAMILY SHOE STORE "WHERE GOOD SHOES ARE FITTED CORRECTLY" 115 E. 2nd St. CORBIN FOSTER Phone 7-2700 NEXT TO POST OFFICE PENNEYlS * V FIRST i ®% A I I T STARTS TOMORROW AT 9! You'll Want fo Be at Penney's When the Doors Open! Entire Stock! Reduced To Clear! MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Were 7.98 Now Were 2.98 Now 1 .22 I .67 Famous Brands! Top Fabrics! Hurry! Save! HURRY! BIG SAVINGS! OUT THEY GO! 124 PAIRS! WOMEN'S JAMAICA and BERMUDA SHORTS! Values to $3.98! Take Your Pick! Now 1 .00 PAIR 115 ONLY! REDUCED HUGE SAVINGS! COTTON HOUSE DRESSES $ Misses and Half Sizes Now! 2 39 ONLY! VALUES TO 5.95! WOMENS BETTER SKIRTS • Reduced To Clear When -,, The Doors Open of 9 A.M. Charge $ 2 HURRY! SAVE PLENTY! GIRLS COTTON KNIT and BROADCLOTH BLOUSES! • Sizes 3 to 14! Value Plus! 50 ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED! GIRLS SUMMER SPOTSWEAR VALUES TO 3.98! NOW 1.00 AND 1.47 OUT THEY GO! GIRLS SWIM SUITS! • Values to 3.98! Charge It! .00 «VOO I- 00 .? SPECIAL GROUP REDUCED! SAVE 50%! WOMENS BETTER NYLON $ LINGERIE GOWNS! SLIPS NOW! 3. Entire Stock Reduced! Values to 4.98 SUMMER HANDBAGS • Take Your Pick! Now! 1 .50 plus F. T - ONLY 22 PAIRS! VALUES TO 5.95! CAc GIRL'S SUMMER SHOES • Canvas! • Dressy Whin Leathers! ^.00 REDUCED! OUT THEY GO! BUY NOW! MEN'S WASH 'N WEAR SLACKS Entire Stock Now! £.50 •• PAIR • VALUES TO 6.95 FREE ALTERATIONS! Charge It At Penney 7 s! • DOORS OPEN AT 9 ! ! SPECIAL! LOOP WEAVE! fringed! reversible! all cotton . . . machine wash at medium set! 96 by 108 Inches Now the Early American style spread you want is a big buy at Penney's! With all these features •—supersize, hefty weight, handsome design easy-care! For gifts, too! Bleached or antique white, pink, beige. Reduced from 3.98 Girls Cotton SKIRTS • Only 6 to Sell? $ 1 23 PAIR ONLY! GIRLS' BABY DOLL $ PAJAMAS i Yards and Yards! BETTER PIECE GOODS SAVE! 58 c yd Reduced! CAFE CURTAINS Valances 77c i * i COTTON KNIT POLO SHIRTS! 50' Snap shoulders! Fancy patterns! Machine wash at medium setting. Made to Penneys' specifications in sizes 1 to 4! ON TABLES! SAVE DOLLARS! MEN'S and WOMEN'S SHOES 2.00 to 4.00

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