BOX III. 8 – Writings by Dix - column - DOROTHY DIX SAYS

Folder 8 of 22

46 items

Newspaper clippings of articles from Washington Star, February 24 and 25, 1937, articles from her scrap book and copies of column articles. One article is a sample of the question/answer column, and the others are Dix’ thoughts on a given topic.

1. “Dorothy Dix Says: Late Marriages in Same Age Class often Successful,” by Dorothy Dix. Washington Star, February 25, 1937.

2. “Dorothy Dix Says: Men and Women Marry With Little or No Preparation,” by Dorothy Dix. Washington Star, February 24, 1937.

3. “Dorothy Dix Says: ‘The Forest Lovers’ Is a Jumble of ‘Me Cheild,’ Lost Strawberry Marks and ‘The Villain Still Pursues Her,” by Dorothy Dix, ns.[1900] (from her scrap book).

4. “Dorothy Dix Says: There Are Dangers in Society for the Eligible Young Man That Necessitate a Chaperon,” by Dorothy Dix, W.R. Hearst, 1901(from her scrap book).

5. “Dorothy Dix Says: A Woman’s Best Friend Is a Woman,” by Dorothy Dix, ns.,nd.

6. “Dorothy Dix Says: Servants Can’t Stand Ultimatums,” by Dorothy Dix, ns.,nd.

7. “Dorothy Dix Says: When Woman Wants the Ballot She Will Have It,” by Dorothy Dix, ns.,nd. (photocopy).

8. “Dorothy Dix Says: Women’s Clubs Are Serious Affairs,” by Dorothy Dix, ns.,nd. (from her scrap book).

9. “Dorothy Dix Says: Ailing Girl Wise in Postponing Wedding,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 24, 1947 (date in pencil).

10. “Dorothy Dix Says: Being Poor Housekeeper Is Best Way to Lose Mate,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 14, 1947 (date in pencil).

11. “Dorothy Dix Says: Bossiness Is Greatest of All Faults With Women,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 13, 1947.

12. “Dorothy Dix Says: Bobby-Soxers Want to Copy Dress of Friends,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., December 24, 1947 (date in pencil).

13. “Dorothy Dix Says: Conversation a Needed Art That Mothers Neglect,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 1, 1947 (date in pencil).

14. “Dorothy Dix Says: Desired Feminine Charm Not Based on Beauty Alone,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 6, 1947 (date in pencil).

15. “Dorothy Dix Says: Easy Divorce Causes Instability in Marriage,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., December 27, 1947 (date in pencil).

16. “Dorothy Dix Says: Even Compatible Couples Must Work for Harmony,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., December 9, 1947 (date in pencil).

17. “Dorothy Dix Says: Flirtatious Wife Harms Husband Cheapens Self,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 10, 1947.

18. “Dorothy Dix Says: Homely Wives Preferred To Expensive Beauty,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 18, 1947 (date in pencil).

19. “Dorothy Dix Says: Husbands, Remember That Wife’s Job Is Never Ending,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, November 26, 1947.

20. “Dorothy Dix Says: Intelligent Wife Can Cope With Other Woman,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., December 2, 1947 (date in pencil).

21. “Dorothy Dix Says: It’s Not Great Tragedies But Trifles That Count,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 4, 1947 (date in pencil).

22. “Dorothy Dix Says: Jealous Suitor Will Really Wreck Romance,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 12, 1947 (date in pencil).

23. “Dorothy Dix Says: Lonely Widower Seeks Advice on Second Mate,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 19, 1947.

24. “Dorothy Dix Says: Marriage Often Fails Because Romance Ends,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 23, 1947.

25. “Dorothy Dix Says: Marriage Will Not Alter Couple’s Characteristics,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 11, 1947.

26. “Dorothy Dix Says: Men Can Easily Study Girl For Wifely Traits,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., December 22, 1947 (date in pencil).

27. “Dorothy Dix Says: Meaningless Courtship Should be Discontinued,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 17, 1947 (date in pencil).

28. “Dorothy Dix Says: Men Should Take Wives Out For Occasional Fling,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, November 15, 1946.

29. “Dorothy Dix Says: Merging Family With Business Means Trouble,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 26, 1947 (date in pencil).

30. “Dorothy Dix Says: Mothers Often Clash With Adolescent Daughters,” n.s., November 19, 1947 (date in pencil).

31. “Dorothy Dix Says: Only a Cad Would Make Love to Step-Daughters,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 31, 1947.

32. “Dorothy Dix Says: Parents Often Over-Rate Talents of Children,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 18, 1947.

33. “Dorothy Dix Says: Speedy or Slow Courtship, Matter of Personal Taste,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 3, 1947.

34. “Dorothy Dix Says: Thrice-Wedded Man of 37 Very Poor Marriage Risk,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 3, 1947 (date in pencil).

35. “Dorothy Dix Says: Two Wives One Too Many Women in One Household,” by Dorothy Dix n.s., December 8, 1947 (date in pencil).

36. “Dorothy Dix Says: Well Reared Children Honor Parents in Old Age,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, November 21, 1947.

37. “Dorothy Dix Says: Widow Has No Right to Deny Daughter Marriage,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 29, 1947.

38. “Dorothy Dix Says: Wife Discovers Mate Far Superior to Old Suitor,” n.s., December 29, 1947 (date in pencil).

39. “Dorothy Dix Says: Wife Should Conquer Jealousy of In-Laws,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., November 7, 1947 (date in pencil).

40. “Dorothy Dix Says: Wives Might Use Lonely Hours for Constructive Activities and Hobbies,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., September 22, 1951 (date in pencil).

41. “Dorothy Dix Says: Woman in Love With 2 Men Really Loves Adventure,” by Dorothy Dix, n.s., October 22, 1947 (date in pencil).

42. “Dorothy Dix Says: Women Often Lose Mates Trying to Make Hubby Over,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, December 6, 1947.

43. “Dorothy Dix Says: Working Grown Offspring Should Offer to Pay Board,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, November 5, 1947.

44. “Dorothy Dix Says: Young Bride’s Place Is With Her Soldier Husband, Not With Mother or Family,” by Dorothy Dix. Appleton Post-Crescent, September 18, 1951.

45. “Dorothy Dix Says: Modern Diet Maniacs Are Causing Many Divorces", by Dorothy Dix. Nashville Banner, November 26, 1936.

46. “Dorothy Dix Says: Judge a Man’s Traits by Way He Drives Car,” by Dorothy Dix. Nashville Banner, December 7, 1936.


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