|The Wedding Ring, 1933.|
|Marriage: A Dialogue on the Christian Ideal, 1935.|
|Beginning Your Marriage, 1956: "Husbands and wives who cooperate generously in building a happy, successful life together necessarily perfect themselves in the process."|
|Courtship and Marriage, [1925-1956?]: "When courtship is being protracted to unseemly length, the father of the girl should inquire of the young man what his intentions are - and incidentally what is the reason for the delay."|
|After the Honeymoon What?: "Marriage, humanly speaking, is a job. Happiness or unhappiness has nothing to do with it."|
Ok, so maybe marriage advice will have changed since the 1920s, but they're still fun to read!