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I Note: — Your Question Will Be Answered "Free" in This Coiuun. For ■ BPrhatt Reply0 . , . Send only 25c for my new Astrology Reading 01 Lvc%t, Day Chart and receive by return mail a confidential letter of Free Advkf analyNo 1 |pg thret O) Questions privately. Sign your full name, address, and birthdate tm •11 letters, and please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for your reply* fraU jU UtUn tm ABBE' WALLACE, f. O BOX IL ATLANTA. GEORGIA* “M H— I am puzzled. Tell me Sir, if I should take my brother’s advice or should I use my own judgement? 1 enjoy your aolumn very much and read at regularly. Ans: Choosing a husband should be left ■entirely to you’ your brother will not have to live with your husband and he should not be the one to make the final decision. Although I am inclined to believe that you should not choose either one of the men in question until you are able to determine definitely just which pne you love. Your brother is trying to help you, so wait awhile before you marry. A B M— I try to be nice to everyone I don't run anound after men. I go to parties sometime and daTTee sometime but I spend most of my time in church Now I am wanting to go to school this year and would like some advice if this would be best for me? Ar.s: The decision ypu have made about your future seems to be the best thing for you. Get a job and go to work this •ummer and save so that you can en ter college in the fall. Regardless of what profession you w sh to take up college training will make you better qualified. A T— I am a reader of your column and wish to ask a domestic question Why is the President in our Mist'toai ry Society of our church angry at me? She even hates to speak to me. Ans: There seems to have been some misunderstanding between you two bu1 a aun i rn.iiK it to oe as serious as you behove at this time. Overlook her ap parent dislike for you—93 out of your way to be nice and thoughtful of her praise her good and ar.d let it be known that ypu admire the way she han<i« 1he club. Before very long you will find her seeking you out as one of hei friends. My suggestion is to be diplp matical and handle any situation that Comes before you. R M B— Dear Sir: Does my husband love me like he pretends or is he just claiming he dpes? Ans: Why on earth should he pretend lie cares—there would be no object in his do ng so. If he didn’t love you, ypu would be about the first one to sus picion it. I think ypu are being un kind to make insinuating remarks a bout him show him more affection. L B— We have been married for three months arid my husband doesn’t have ' a regular job yet. Do you think we are fairing alright here with his sister and her husband? i | Ans: Both you ar.d your husband i shcu d get out and make a determined eftfore to find regular work. If you continue searching, both of you will li/d something toj do. It ip afri#it for you to make your home with your in-laws for a short time, but go out of your way to make things pleasant for them and by all means PAY YOUR PART of the expenses of the household and stay out ,of arguments. As soon as you see your way clear, get a small place of your own. It is very generous of your in-laws to offer you a place to stay. A R B— The boy I have in mind who .s the father of my baby is now in prison. I tasked him m^ny times to marry me but he said it was too soon Now that he is in prison he wants tc marry me. Tell me if I stick to him now would he marry me when he is out? /ins: A mi#ity d fficult situation—it seems that he has this affair with you and also there is another girl there in the same fix. You would probably be better off without him. It shows p’ain iy that he didn’t love you or have honest ntentions. else he wouldn't hive had a -.imilar affair with another girl. 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In this hour of international strife and national turmoil, we need men who ca> cry "St&ady, there!”, who can recognize the danger, ar d plan the way to face it But even more than th s we need people) everywhere who can stand steady in the face pf impending disaster, and avert it because they know the value of co operation and will not be led into blind par ic; who can wat until they know the facts; and whp then can take ther proper places in the fight so as to assist the leaders at the helm to bring the ship of state to share. Even though danger threaters, even though the clouds grow darker, and the storm draws closer, it has not broken There is no need for panic in this coun-! try—now—or later. We must hold steady. Resolution is. needed and also work and sacriifce for' the all out task of defense. A false sense pf security or undue optimism is dargerpus—but we must not slip intc the corresponding fault of the pessimism that accept the worst as an establihed fact—the pessimism that ends in dis ruptive panic. We must hold steady against those subversive fences who try to arouse suspicion and fear and whip them into the unthinking, unreasoning terror that sends the crowd into wild rout. Over three hundred years ago—John Bunyan wnote in his “Holy War", “For rere lay the excellent wisdom of him hat built Mansoul, that the walls could never be broken down nor hurt by the most mighty adverse potentate unless the TOWNSMEN GAVE CONSENT THERE TO." Steady, there! That is the immediate task for all of us. -—-—- ----_... - Honest . ... v —** -• Value Royal Shoe Hospital 2410 5th Street .ion’t be misled by c1- •’■•per price? in shoe repairing. You can't beat our price® ror quality ehoe repat’ mg. All Kind i p. usher laces \ | ubber heels, etc. BRING US OUR SHOES 2410-5th Street Meridian. 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The birth of a glorious smile midst J a shower of tears is as beautiful and as gladdening as the sight of a colorful rainbow at a storm’s end. I know, because it was just yester day that a young friend came to me to tearfully explain that her heart was breaking because her young man had to leave for the Army. Lonesome and heartsick, she doubted her wisdom in refusing a hurry-up wedding just before his departure. Instead she had chosen to wait until he returned. I think she did exactly right! I told her that she had chosen wisely. That the year's delay, if viewed sanely, could he a tremendous bless ing to both of them . . . could prob ably help them to find greater hap piness when they did marry. Here is why I argued as I did. I wanted to give her the best coun sel and advice I could summon. l| wanted to give her some thought | to comfort her during the 12 months • of loneliness separated from the! man she loves. Patriotic duty! Yes! I But also, there is a terrific element of personal duty. Tiie young man will return from , fds 12 months of service much more vf a man tiian when it begun, i bringing greater maturity, and more I: mental and physical strength into »i.e marriage. Tiie young woman will have 12 g'ontlis in which to prepare herself ^ Sue marriage, and its obligations an 1 ; 8' ties. Dreaming, scheming anti ' tunning for that marriage . . . ’ • xious lest something banpen to * Interfere with it when tiie young 1 t* n returns to civil life, she will 1 *. ste no time In preparing for a ferriage and a home — something fi t did not have time to do before le left for the Army. Suppose they had married hur gt-dly. Wedding beila, a tn«to of marriage bits* — a ad none of its remedy and reality - end then de ►*rture! Tor 13 months there would he little that he could do for b bride at home. And how about the husbandly bride during those first 12 month of marriage? She’s won her mat Why worry? Why scheme and pi* for a home? Why bother herselt It would be but human to drift m dream, feeling that there is pleat of time later to prepare for a horn Do you see the difference in tt two situations? I>o you see th many complications which can d. velop? Do you see that married c unmarried, the soldier is decuple many hours a day with the busiuei of making himself a better soldi* My young friend understood m meaning, and gradually smil» through her tears. Together •< outlined a busy routine for he. schemed and planned unusual not' ind letters and gifts which »~ •oild prepare and send to her m i it camp. I helped her budget he warnings so that when the yei 'losed, some funds would be avs! ibie to help their dreams come tr i Mid we also worked out sewi:i rejects for those little knick-knar< hat make a house a home. Will they drift apart during e < ear? If they do, how fortuni i hey are that they aren’t nmrr * i iut busy people ilo not drift. A. eopie with a real purpose in mtu< o not chance their i hols. Ins:*n foresee the development of renter understanding between tb WO, a greater desire for each or*; • j strenjzihenimr of the chamr » :tics and personal traits vi 1 ave so much to do with succeam, carriages. What are your beauty problem#;, i Write: Marie Downing, Larteufii j Beauty Bureau, 3309 LinceA. Bird., St. Louu, Mo., and she woQ | be glad to answer them. .?* . sure to rnelo'e « talf add'asiccl, stamped m*rlpoe. • Hold Fast Yes, we must face the grave conditions confronting us. Bue we must not darker Dur lives by constant harping on cut troubles—we must face them and con* — ---- . tinue to ilve as normal people; grate ful for pur blessings; enjoying all % good things of life that are still ours; doing our daily tasks to the best of our ability; working to help others lr every way we can; trying to make the people we live or work with happier for our presence—and, having seen the progress that has been made in the past decade, with faith for tomorrow be cause we put trust in the Eternal Good ness for the final outcome. -o Churches -o BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH 9:30— Sunday School, Mr. Luthtf Stancle and Miss Annie Ruth superintendents. First Sundays Pastor's Day. 11 JO am and 7:30 p.m. sermons by the pastor 3:00 p.m. each 3rd Sunday sermon by pastor: Mr. Dixie Russell pastor stew ard. 11:30 an. Second Sundays trustee dsy. 11:30 a.m. 4th Sundays Missionary day, Mrs. C. Hureey, president. Choir practice every Friday night 7:30 Presidents: Mr. Luther Stancie, Mi-n Cleo Clark. Rev. Mrs. L B Williams PbmUm Miss Lyna Payne. St ere .