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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 4, 1976 16 by Norman Vincent Peale and Ruth Stafford Peale Q. I am a widow with two teen-age daughters. I plan to marry a widower with teen-age sons. The boys like me and want their father to marry me, but my girls say they will run away from home if I marry Jim. They say it is disgusting for me to have a romance at my age. I can look for- ward to happy companionship with Jim after the childrep marry. I cannot give that up. What shall I do? A. Your daughters think of you as a mother rather than a woman. In their thinking a mother cannot have romantic, much less sexual, feelings. If you know your own heart with respect to Jim, simply tell your daughters that while you are a mother you are also a woman in love. Tell them not to worry -- that you Will remain their loving mother. Remind them that children should no more stand in the way of a grown woman than parents should frustrate a mature young person's love. Show firmness -- and love - and presently their possessiveness will give away. Perhaps you can arrange for them to spend some time with Jim so they will grow to accept him as a substitute for their father. And as they see you and Jim together they may come to see new depths of beauty in you as the person they have loved since babyhood. Q. (To Dr. Peale): I am writing to you for advice,,for you seem to be an undei-standiug Christian man, and my problem is a rather touchy one. Where does natural enjoyment in marital relations between husband and wife end and vulgarity begin? My husband and I disagree on this sub- ject, and it has caused considerable trouble for us. Please clarify this for US. A. (Dr. Peale): Full, natural en- joyment of marital relations between husband and wife is normal and right, or God would not have created people as He did. Love is both physical and spiritual, and always involves esteem and tenderness. Therefore, a com- plete enjoyment of the physical senses within spiritual marriage can hardly be an expression of vulgarity. Marital relations under conditions of drunkenness or depravity or selfishness in absence of spiritual love can, of course, be vulgar and a denial of God's intent. Q. (To Mrs. Peale) : I spend a good deal of time around the house with my mother, while my father is at work, and I've discovered she tells my father lots of little lies -- about how much the groceries cost, what she did during the day, what she said to a neighbor and so on. What should I do about this? Should I discuss my mother's character with her or with my father? A. (Mrs. Peale): With her, of course. It is her character. She is the only one who can change it. Besides it might start feelings of distrust in your father's mind that could develop serious implications if you were to tell him. Start educating her ethically and spiritually. Children, strangely enough, must often undertake the responsibility of helping parents to change their lives. With the thought that it might be helpful to you, we are sending you a special card Dr. Peale has prepared on "The Way to Have a Good Day." It may help both you and your mother learn to approach daily living more positively. If others reading this column would like a copy of the card at no cost, send your request to Dr. and Mrs. Peale, Box 500, Pawling, N.Y. 12564. Would you like to find some answers for yourself' If there is something you would like to ask Dr. and Mrs. Peale to discuss in "There's An Answer!" write to them in care of Box 500, Pawling, N.Y. 12564. The Progressive Woman's Club met on Feb. 24th at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Hoagland. The devotion was given by Mrs. Willie Allen. Mrs. Ruby Gray gave an in- formative program on Public Affairs, emphasizing Ohio County Schools, Library, WLLS, churches, home- society, Chamber of Commerce, Senior Citizens programs and others, stressing the importance of taking advantage of them. After the business session the meeting adjourned and members were served a delicious plate lunch by the hostesses, Mrs. Myrtle Hoagland, Mrs. Mayme Gunter, Mrs. Mamie Lauterwasser and Mrs. Gertrude Westerfield. I x3 S4S STRIPS ................... Lin. Ft. 1 x4 S4S STRIPS ................. L,.. F,. 1 x6 S4S BOARDS .................. Lin. Ft. I x3-42" or 48" PICKETS ............. Each 1x8 TONGUE GROOVE SMOOTH 1 -SIDE-ROUGH 1 -SIDE. .us. ,OU ,,m 7/ex8 or 10 S4S 100 I10, FT. 1.000 BO. FT. 1 x 10 CHANNEL RUSTIC SIDING ..... ,-,. ! COURTEOUS SERVICE CASH AND CARRY BANI(AMERICARO 1501 Daviess Street INC. Owensboro, Ky. e e George Simpkus, vice president - manufacturing of Cowden Manufacturing Company, Lexington, has announced the appointment of Robert R. Cook as superintendent of the Cowden-Ohio Company in Beaver Dam. Before joining Cowden, Cook worked in Huntington, West Virginia, where he worked as Plant Manager for Corbin Ltd. for three years. Prior to working for Corbin Ltd., he was employed for five years with the Levi-Strauss Company. Cook is originally from Little Rock, Arkansas and is a graduate of Arkansas Tech College. He, his wife Pam, and their three children will be relocating in Beaver Dam in the near future. Marriage Licenses William Terry Moseley, 22, Utica, carpenter to Charlotte Ann Knight, 16, Beaver Dam. Michael David Vance, 23, Beaver Dam, carpenter to Kathie Lynn Cavender, 16, Utica. Robert R. Cook Dale Dixon, Ohio County Heart Fund Chairman, today expressed appreciation to all community chairmen, volunteers, and con- tributors for their time, effort and money given to Heart Fund. Com- menting on public response to the campaign, he noted, "The cooperation and generosity of the people of Ohio County indicates their awareness of both the seriousness of the problem and the need for research, educational and community service programs to reduce the toll of suffering, death and disability from heart diseases." Envelopes are still being received from residents who were not at home when volunteers called. Dixon said: "We sincerely hope that all of these persons will mail the 'Not-at-home' envelopes left at their doors." He further noted that while the com- munity chairmen had a strong corp of workers, there were not enough volunteers to visit every home in the county. Persons who were missed are invited to mail a contribution to Ohio County Heart Fund, C-O Dale Dixon, Chairman, Hartford, Kentucky 42347. Trevor James Hamlet Born January 24 Trevor James Hamlet Trevor James Hamlet was born January 24 to James S. and Laura Jill Hamlet of DesPlaines, Illinois. Jill is a former employe of the Hartford Bank and Trust Company. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Hamlet of Hartford, Route 3, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chidester of Coos Bay, Oregon. The great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William O. Holder of Owensboro, Mr. E. H. Hamlet of Owensboro and Mrs. Rena Hamlet of Chebalis, Washington. That's right. Your nextgrcatcom is heie. r've got it. Itis a high-performance corn hybrid from Northrup King research, especially adapted to the growing conditions in this area. It can help you take a big step up the yield ladder in 1976. This exciting new single cross placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd in nine N.C.G.A. state yield contests in 1974. Has broken the 200-bu. yield barrier. Exceptional vigor. Farm Center NOPrlr~lq u ID Hartford, Ky. Phone: 298-3296 This fire at the Ohio County landfill aroused the curiosity of dents in Beaver Dam, Hartford, Centertown and McHenry last ternoon. A large cloud of black smoke rolled out of the dump fire which posed no danger to the immediate area. It is believed tires created most of the billowing black smoke. want MORE than an insurance salesman? Hartford, Kentucky We specialize in al/lorms of insurance TREMEMDOUS SAVINGS ON E ALL YELLOW MACHINES!!! , Your Leading Equipment Headquarters . With Sales Service Rental Leases MENT Phone: 926-2627 Hwy. 431 S. Owensboro,