High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 8 1976, Page 26

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 8, 1976, High Point, North Carolina I of High Point Enterprise sunday August 8, 1976 he might think she was going to costume party Home management emphasis shifted dear Ann Landers i am married to a splendid Loving Man i would do anything in the world to please him. Because of this i am now in a very embarrassing situation we can t get by on my husband s paycheck so i have taken a part time Job in a Catholic rectory. It is a pleasant place to work and i have the respect of All the priests in the House a at least i did have until a few Days ago. My husband sometimes asks me to do unusual things to get him excited sexually. So Long As it involves Only the two of us i feel it is perfectly All right to accommodate him. I is thursday he asked me to dress up like a streetwalker and meet him at a certain place i agreed. While i stood on the Corner with a ton of makeup wearing a miniskirt Black net stockings suede platforms and a padded Bra. One of the pastors from the rectory came by barely is he at a loss for words but when he saw me he gasped stopped dead in his tracks gulped hard and hurried on. The following Day this Lovely Man was very Cool to me i m just sick about it and Don t know what to do. Shall i explain the circumstances to him and Hope he understands a not a Happy Hooker dear not keep quiet. In order to justify yourself you d have to squeal on your husband let s Hope the priest has heard about costume parties and thinks you were headed for one. Dear Ann a Friend gave me a Kitten she had been hiding for two weeks. They already had three cats and two dogs. Her husband threatened to throw her out of the House with the animals if she took in one Ann Landers says More. The Quot Kitten is now ten months old and has caused More damage than i can describe in one letter. I have scars on my arms legs and face from the scratches. Several pieces of furniture have been ripped to shreds. My carpets Are permanently stained the cat has attacked guests and scared several Small children. Is it possible that he is mentally disturbed9 i love animals and have never had one i could t train or make friends with. Please Tell me what to do. I am baffled dear Baff animals can be mentally disturbed same As humans. From your description you May Well have a psychotic cat on your hands. Take him to a veterinarian for evaluation and counsel. Dear Ann i married a kind. Considerate thoughtful Man its the second marriage for both Ben and me we Are in our 50s. Ben s children Are in their 20s he has Given them cars paid their Golf fees continues to hand Over spending Money and buy them luxuries. Nobody works. They Are All in College flt or which their father pays of course. When i Point out that his kids Are taking advantage of him he becomes sullen and uncommunicative. Our marriage would be perfect if it weren t for this problem. What should i do a gear the average woman living alone still prefers a Home Boston a contrary to popular opinion most single women do not prefer to live in socially oriented a singles complexes according to Jackson w. Goss president and chief executive officer of investors mortgage insurance co. A Imi with Headquarters Here the average unmarried woman May Settle for less but. In her heart she really wants to live in a single family Home one she can Call her own a says Goss what uses his Assumption on Arnt Mic sponsored poll Ore than a thousand e women a coast to coast Survey sealed that approximately Iree out of five opted for single family Homes Over the much publicized often swinging High Rise apartment dwelling he said a at the present time there Are some 8�?~ million single women in the labor Force their Impact is. And will continue to be Felt in the housing sector there is an unprecedented demand for Small Homes within this he says. More that 750,000 of these singles Are in a five figure income bracket almost double the number that earned this kind of Money five years ago. They Are in a Good financial position to buy a Goss believes there Are Many reasons for the growing preference for singles owning their own Homes. Quot they realize most importantly that combining shelter with an investment in real estate is just Plain smart. A a also with parental Protection College studies and that first Job hurdle Well behind them they Are now ready for Independence a Home they can Call their he Points out. A House notes Goss Means the same thing to a single As it does to a married couple space privacy investment potential a fireplace and a basement to store things a neighbourhood existence a Quot Back to basics Way of life a Garden for Flowers and for vegetables last but not least a Retreat from cares of the City and of fice Quot most americans dream of owning a single family Home a Goss says. Quot they seek the privacy the amenities and the product features Long associated with this particular lifestyle and. Single women Are no different Quot summer Sale starts tomorrow aug. 9th 40% off Large group of summer toys Sand toys water toys to . -5 . . 1218 n. Main St. View dear Clear Lay off. Your husband knows you Are right but he can t help himself. His relationship with his children was established Long before he met you. The principal reason for second marriage failures is kids so watch it dear lest you become a statistic. Parents what should you do if your teenager is having sexual relations Ann Landers s new Booklet Quot High school sex and How to Deal with it a guide for teens and their parents a gives no nonsense advice on How to handle this delicate situation. For each Booklet Send 50 cents in Coin plus a Long stamped self addressed envelope to Ann Landers. . Box 1400. Elgin. Illinois 60120. Raleigh the emphasis of Home management has shifted from a heavy emphasis on things to an accent on people. Once focused on the woman of the House and her housekeeping chores Home management now is geared towards the entire family and its Home and Community roles. As a result of the depression of the 30s and world War ii new opportunities and responsibilities fell to homemakers notes or. Justine Rozier Extension family resource management specialist n. C. State University. They had to make More choices and set High priorities. More thought was Given to conservation of time and Energy. Step saving kitchens and household appliances helped homemakers reach their goals. Homemakers Learned to practice a intelligent neglect learning to Leace some things undone and be satisfied with less than perfect housekeeping this accent on housekeeping gave Way to goal setting and planning the who what Why when where and How of household activities. Now the emphasis of Home management is on achieving human development. It is no longer aimed at the wife and Mother As directness of household affairs but to All family members As participants in the management process Teddi Lynette Carlton weds Ronald s. Hunter Winston Salem in a 3 . Ceremony on saturday at old town Baptist Church. Teddi Lynette Carlton and Ronald Steven Hunter were United in marriage by Rev. Burke Hollandjr. Jim Fossinger organist provided a prelude of wedding music. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Theodore w Carlton of 1120 Kim St. Or Hunter is the son of mrs Samuel l. Hunter of 112 Rosedale cir., Winston Salem and the late or. Hunter. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. Maid of Honor was Terri Carlton sister of the Bride. Bridesmaids were mrs. Steve Newsome Kathy Swaim. And Sylvia Patrick Tonya Carlton sister of the Bride was Flower girl. Michael Hunter brother of the bridegroom was Best Man Ushers were b. K. Hill Craig Weavil and Todd Carlton brother of the Bride. The Bride is a graduate of Ledford High school and will attend Forsyth technical Institute she is employed by Spencer gifts. Hanes mall. Or. Hunter is a graduate of Reynolds High school. He is employed by r j Reynolds tobacco co., a division of r j. Reynolds industries in the engineering department. The couple will reside at 3510 Alysworth it. Apt f Highland heathers country Charm tailored for town. \ meet Saint manager Joyce Pheil Marti Skislak super stylists in our College Village Salon tri of # a a # 0 0 experience the Quot Best in hair care services from these talented stylists. They la Cut and style your hair to suit your individual look and lifestyle. You la love their natural looking perms and color. 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August 14 a Penney Greensboro Winston Salem four seasons mall Manes mall open Mon sat 10am9 30 pm open Mon sat Tqam-830 pm Sun 1-6 pm Sun i-6 pm store phone 294 6871 store phone 768 2510 Catalon phone 294 3150 Catalon phone 768 2710 downtown open Mon sat 9 30 am 5 30 pm store phone 723-2991 Catalon phone 724-5961 High Point Westchester mail open Mon Sal 10am 9 30pm Sun 1 6 pm store phone 885-8041 Catalon phone 686 4861 3

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