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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 14, 1948, Bluefield, West Virginia PAGE SIX— bjJJEFIELD DAILY TLi EGK BLUEFIELD, W. VA. friday Morning. May 14. 194S Wedding Ring Is Worn On Hand A and Sunday, May 7, on Mother's Day, the annual May procession of Sacred Heart church took place at 4 o’clock with the children of the school participating. The procession was held in honor of the Blessed Mother, who was crowned queen of Sacred Heart church and school. The children went • in procession through the church singing hymns, proceeded to the throne where they laid their gifts of candles and flowers at her feet. The graduating class brought the end of the procession behind Emma R. Romano and her maid of honor, Betty E. Desibbio. The Rev. Father F. McHugh of Princeton delivered the sermon and ended the ceremoney by a benediftion of the Blessed Sacrament. (Photos by Nichola Buzao.) Beaver    P-TA Approves Patrons Plan • AlR QUAUTY ASSURED PURI CALIFORNIA •Port •Tokay • Starry •Muscatel • Angelico •White Port y: .    .ML, Fronds Wine Cellars, Inc., Charleston, W. Va. The motion was made by Mrs. Carl Hendrickson to abolish the; prevailing Pa rent-Teacher association at Beaber high school and set up in its place a group of patron and class committees. This motion unanimously approved by parent* and teachers. Fred C. Coffindaffer gave the, vote of the teachers, which was taken at lunch hour; Mrs. C. C. Godsey presented the opinions received from the absentee ballots and those present for th* meeting gave approval to this plan. Mrs. Carlisle Stafford presided for the meeting and Mrs. Godsey had charge o fthe devotional. Committees were appointed as follows: Senior, Mrs. J. P. Gills, chairman; junior. Mrs. George McCulloch, and the sophomore chairman will be announced at a later date. The lunchroom committee will be headed bv Mrs. W. P. Hawley, Mrs. E. C. Sykes and Mrs. C. W. Matheny; welfare, by Miss Lee Fretwell ana Mr. Coffindaffer will be chairman of the patrons committee. Plans for the new set-up were discussed and welcomed, with two meetings of the parents and teacher* to be held each year. Mr. Coffindaffer stated his regrets on the lack of interest to continue this present parent and teacher association, he also said that the group has chosen a wise course to continue the relationships and guidance between parent, student and teacher. Miss Fretwell reported on th# North-South game proceeds of $100 which goes in the welfare fund and that Clara Boardwine from the bridal shower, may we omit their parents? Answer:    It is not necessary to include the parents unless they are personal friends of yours, which they apparently are not. 0 *    1^    J. I I    Mistaken    Table-Setting    Idea KIO MI nfinn    Dear    Mrs.    Post:    Is    it    correct 1 Xiy I I I I full IU1    !t0 rwem a plac* setting at uble of a left-handed guest? Answer:    No. positively not! opinions After all, the left-handed adjust a Kau*    UMrin, rtf h.r «    I    themselves to the usual table set- aboit, the ring of her edding ting and your intended kindness ring. She is a young widow with would more likely result, in con- a small child. She has lately be- fusion. gun going, out to parties, etc., and    • now is fearful that the men she /**/. mL^    ^ meets who ask to take her out will I /Mn I (IIG fir](lr be talked about as going out with^1    lUIUif a married woman if she continues    Friday to wear her wedding ring. I think 3:15 p. m—Sacred Heart P-TA her child comes first for consid-, will have election of officers at eration and thatt it is more im- it* meeting at the school. porant that she wear her ring for 7:45 p. m.—Loyalty Rebekah lodge Bv EMILY POST reader tells me:    “My    sister I are of opposed her' daughter’s sake. What Is your opinion?” If she puts it on her right hand, this means that she has been married but no longer has a husband. Traveling With Fiance Dear Mrs. Post: Is it proper for a girl to take a trip with her fiance to a distant city to spend a week? He is going on business and would like her to go so she can shop and go to the theate. and slightseeing. The only persons her fiance knows in that town are those with whom he does business. Answer:    Sorry to spoil your plans but the answer has to be NO. Unusual Name Question Dear Mrs. Post: Kindly let me know how letters should be addressed to an aunt and her niece, both having the same name and living at the same address, both unmarried? Answer:    In order to distin guish them you would add (Younger) to the niece’s name, and (Senior) to the aunt’s. It would save much confusion if the niece would add a middle name. Parents Of Wedding Attendants Dear Mrs. Post:    My two can- dle-lighters, who are altar boys at the church, are about eleven and twelve years old. If we provide transportation for them to and 94. TOOF will hold its regular meeting on Roanoke street. All members are requested to be present. Saturday 10:00 a. rn.—Miniature Garden club will meet with Mrs. J W. Crouch. 618 Union street. 1:00 p. rn.—East River Mountain Garden duo wilt m^et st th* Appalachian A.v«cmbb’ hall Mrs. Eugene Bullard and Mrs. F; Mi* Clovd will oe hostesses. -HOT FLASHES?** Are VPU going thru th# functional •middle-age' period peculiar to worn* en 138-32 yrs.) ? Doe# this make yon suffer from hot Aa*he*, feel to nervous, high-strung, tired? Then do try Lydia EL Plnkham’a Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptom#! Pink ham'a Compound also has wha# Doctors call a stomachic tonic effect! LYDIA L PINKHAM^ SSSSH Fred Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights Dnetor* say your kidneys contain I* mOm of t iny tube* or filters which bolpto parlfytba blood and keep you healthy. When they get tired and don’t work right in th* daytime, many people have to get ap nights. Frequest or scanty peerages with smarting and burning sometimes shows there is something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don’t neglect this condition and lose vain able, restful sleep. When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your Mead, it may also cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains. Hmm of pep and energy, swelling, puffiness under the eyes, heads shag and dizziness. Don’t wait! Aah your druggist for Doan^ Pills, a stimulant diuretic, used sin leecfaBj by millions for over KO years. Dona’s gfvs happy relief and will help the ll miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous wasts ti your blood. Get Dosa’s Pills* 302 BLAND ST. SALE Drastic Reductions Spring and Summer HATS Values to 7 98    Values to 12 95 $288    $488 Our Entire Stock of STETSON FELT HATS AT 25% CFP W sit! 4 '■■■ Fin* AN Ny!©* 54 Gauge, 15 Denier. Sheeras a Cob Web. Two Good Shades. Limited Quantity. Suet IV2 to 10Vi..........  $1.95 Emma R. Romano, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Romano, was elected to have the honor of crowning the Blessed Mother at the annual May Day processional held at Sacred Heart church. Aa announcement la made by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Jones of Princeton, of the birth of a son' at Bluefield sanitarium Monday. Mr. Jones 1* employed with the, Mercer Motor company in Princeton. Births will be back in charge of the cafe-1 teria next school term and that a good arrangement has been made with students assisting in the cafeteria rather than the parents. Appreciation was expressed by i Mr». Stafford to the standing committee for their work during the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sanders Black are the parents of a daughter, Bonn Bonnie, bom May 12 at Charlotteesville. Va . where the father is attending the University of Virginia, They have one son. The baby’* grandparents are Mrs. Dave Warden and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Black. —a  — The ancient ‘ Neanderthal man’” was short and walked in a stooping posture, with his head thrust far forward. COLLINS FINAL CLEARANCE ALL LADIES A GIRLS COATS-SUITS & DRESSES MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE SAVINGS UP TO 50% Add Thaaa Headed llama To Your Account Or Open An Account - YOUR CREDIT It GOOD AT •• 308 PRINCETON AVE. BLUEFIELD, W. VA. BLUEFIELD, W. VA. ;