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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 20, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaWednesday morning january 20, 1954 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Hob t Don t be afraid to say Don t Don t be afraid to say Don to to your child. Or. Donald a. Bloch Tavs a few Don t touch orders and an attic id of it s right so do May frustrate your Youngs Ter momentarily. In the Long run though hell be belter off for com Mon sense discipline suited to his or. Bloch is chief psychiatrist for the children s service the National Institute of Public health. In an article in the december is sue of the National Parent teacher the . Magazine Jar. Bloch takes a stand on discipline versus Over permissiveness in child rearing. Discipline wins As Long As it is firm but Warrn he i Rcd and gradually lets up As the child nears maturity. What today s child needs says or. Bloch. Is the ability to get along in a world where he must live with others. He can acquire this ability soonest and Best and develop self Mastery if he has common sense guidance from the adults who love him. Or. Bloch feels it is nonsense to think adult standards will Hurt child. Children depend on adults for ideas and Are Happy to go along with a Parent s wishes if that Parent is Levin and fair. Re member though that being fair includes helping the child to retain his self esteem for example by playing when his friends Are playing or in the Case of a teen age girl using lipstick when the other girls do. You May think you Are fooling your youngster and saving him from frustration when you grudgingly give permission for an act you Don t approve. But you re not fooling anyone but yourself and merely confusing the child. If a child is old enough to ask Permis Sion he s old enough to accept fleeting disappointment is less serious than not knowing where he stands. Or. Bloch emphasizes that Lack of guiding discipline May make your child think you do not love him or do not value him highly enough to protect him. A child who threatens to leave Home for in stance May be silently begging you to Stop him. Indifferent response May quiet his threats and Cut off the hit the Road action. But it also May leave a dangerous forlorn feeling. No child is born with a sense of right and wrong or. Bloch de clares. Someone must provide a conscience for him just As he is provided food and shelter. Reason Able rules which include whole hearted go ahead As Well As explicit hold backs arc More like guidelines than Strait jackets. Or. Bloch s prescription includes advice about when to Stop the treatment. As a child grows older parental authority should gradually be relinquished he says. Both the scope of what a youngster May or May not do and the manner of directing him must change. While a Small child May be incapable of understanding the reasons for a ruling an older one deserves an explanation. By the time he has reached his mid teens Only suggestions arc in order. If the Bloch system of diminishing discipline has been followed intelligently the child will know what is Best and do it. One More word of advice from or. Bloch to the Over anxious Par ent who fears to take a stand use your common sense. Have Confidence in your own judgment. Dare to be spontaneous. Ask your self is what i am allowing or prohibiting helping my child to Ward self Mastery and toward being belter Able to get along in a world where he must live with Dorothy Dix says husband s infatuation dear miss Cis two months ago my husband told me he did t love me that he was in love with another woman. She s 43, he s 34. We be been married four teen years and have four children. By. My husband says he will never marry this other woman even if i give him his Freedom. I Don t know where i be failed him. I be kept his Home neat and clean Given him Good meals on time and kept his clothes in order. Should i take him Back or forget him he has a terrible temper. Kow he s left Home and is living by i inc f Nora c. Answer you enumerate such i Long list of things you did to make your husband comfortable but you left out Many you might have done. Did you show an in Terest in his work did you have time to talk to him when he wanted to talk were you ready and willing to go out with him if he wanted to go in other words did you give him companionship understanding and sympathy As Well As Good housekeeping have a Good Long talk with yourself. Face facts squarely Are you a Dagger do you pay too much attention to your House and not enough to the peo ple in it arc you unduly critical of j our husband s friends and relatives do you insist on having things your own Way in the Home Are you unwilling to entertain your husband s guests consider each of these Points. Husband s return expected since your husband does t want a divorce there s practically question but what hell return to the family Hearth. With four Chil Dren to care for. There s no use precipitating a crisis especially since you quite evidently Don t want one sit tight and await the penitent wanderer. Make sure you get sup port for your family while he s gone. Don t let him get used to shirking his responsibilities. Proba Bly he just needs Solitude to think Over his problem. With time of o consider the weaknesses of your marriage you la both get Back on a sounder foundation of better understanding. Dear miss Dix my 45-year old husband has a marked Admira Ion for girls Young enough to be his daughters. At any gathering. Spends All his time in Atten dance on the younger element. He says he loves me is proud of me. Our children and our Home yet attention is diverted easily to Ward Young single girls. Lorette d answer your Man seems to need constant Assurance that his youth in t slipping away. Of course the girls who respond to his attentions Are doing so chiefly for business reasons after All one Down t antagonize the Boss if one is tactful. When they get together and compare notes the girls in. Doubt edly agree that he s a Bil silly. As a countermeasure try some flattery on him yourself bet it gets results. Scranton Jimmy Barkowitz on of or. And mrs. Jim bark Itz arrived during the weekend rom Chyenne wyo., where he has Lade his Home for the last year c will spend several months with is parents Here. Miss Mary Scherer Cockfield of Columbia spent the weekend with or parents. Or. And mrs. Julian Haselden and children spent the weekend i Pomaria As the guests of the Rev. And mrs. T. E. Derrick. Or. And mrs. Thomas Clark and daughter Mildred arrived Friday rom Deland fla., and will make their Home in Scranton. Taking the sting out of exams at Winthrop first examination Coffee served daily at Johnson Hall student a semester examinations began at Winthrop College Friday Jan. Tivi ties building at the South Carolina College for women. They 15 the Winthrop Christian association representatives re Mem Are left to right Martha Roberts of Rock i i Barbara Sloan of Breed that a certain amount of tension usually is associated Spartanburg Clarita Smith of Lyk Esland Sally Walter of monks with tests. Put these two preceding sentences together and you Corner , Lupo of Marlon cd of port Royal get the scene portrayed above. These students Are enjoying the Winthrop College news service photo miss Waters paintings feature of camellia show in Georgetown feb. 6, 7 Georgetown the ninth an Nual camellia show to be presented by the Georgetown Garden club feb. 0 and 7 in historic old Winyah indigo society Hall will again Fea Ture work of local artists the work of miss Elsie Waters talented Young Florence artist who Bias had a number of one Man will be exhibited. Miss Waters is a member of the faculty of Winyah High school. Pictures painted by mrs. Joey Lawrence a newcomer to George town attracted much attention at ast years show. Others whose work will be Dis played Are mrs. Frank Sawyer a member of the Georgetown Garden club mrs. L. C. Ballard or. Whose camellia studies have attracted much attention miss several Parker a High school senior and or. Robert Fraser. The theme of the show this year is yesterday today and the yesterday Sec Tion will Honor three horticulturists who contributed much to camellias of today Wilder. Kamel and Chandler. An interesting portion of the tomorrow Section will be arrangements done by members of the seven Junior Garden clubs of the City. Mrs. F. J. Tyson is chairman and mrs. Henry White co chairman of the show which will again be staged in cooperation with the american camellia society. The Gold and Silver awards and the seedling award will be Given. Door prizes will be awarded each Day. Those wishing to enter horticulture specimen May secure tags be fore the show by writing mrs. L. T. Easley East Bay Street George town. Meeting of the Phillips Fellowship Ible class of Trinity methodist Hurch was held tuesday night at Home of or. And mrs. Adrian angst on on Darlington ave. The meeting was opened with devotional period which was led y the president of the class or. Langston. An announcement was made that in Haynesworth class will be com ined with the Phillips class. The regular class meeting is to in held Jan. 2g in the recreation Oom of the Church. Mrs. C. Davis and mrs. Gary Mims will Croc As hostesses at that time. An auction will be held to raise funds for future projects of the class. After All business was Dis cussed a social hour followed thicken salad Coconut pie and cof be were served. Dear miss Dix i m very anxious to marry a Nice girl and Settle Down in a Small House have built. I be been going with a charming girl but when i asked her to marry me. She said she did t Fonow me Well enough. I m 23, the girl is 22. Herbert f. Answer the Young lady s answer certainly was t discouraging. Faint heart Neer won fair lady remember. Continue your courting but Don t try to Rush her to a Hasty decision. Dear miss Dix when Lon Nie went into the army he prom ised to write me. When he did t. I got his address from his sister wrote about nine times but never received a reply. When he came Home last week i Learned that he had been married but is now separated. He asked me to marry him when he gets his divorce. Should i Wail Caroline ii. Answer no with double emphasis apparently you be acted like such a fool Over the boy thai he s convinced you la fall into his arms at any moment. Do keep a bit of Pride and continue going with the boys you met during Lon Nie s absence. Don t play second fiddle. Write Dorothy Dix for free leaflet d-17, Praise or in All rates be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope and Send request to her care of this newspaper. Pictures framed and Hung properly add Charm to room More errors Are made in hang commend. A narrow natural Wood they la see you looking much lovelier than you looked yesterday ing pictures than perhaps in any other phase of Home decoration. Eye level is about the Correct height. They should not be Hung up near the ceiling nor so Low thai you have to Bend to see them. Pictures should be in scale with the furniture Over which they Are Hung. If you have no picture of sufficient size use a grouping of related subjects framed alike so that their Over All effect will be in scale with the furniture below them. A tiny picture Over a Large piece of furniture or placed on one Wall by itself May give the entire room a disjointed look. Balance pictures too on opposite Walls or with some High piece of furniture such As a High boy tall bookcases or a Chest Over which you have Hung a handsome fabric to give it importance and contrast with the picture opposite. This gives an interesting effect of Efferent textures. When your pictures Are too Small to be effective they can be made better proportioned when framed with wide Mats and narrow frames or with very wide Flat Wood Frame would be handsome in com Gilt. A series of Small Black and White prints of the same subject Are stunning framed with a wide mat of red and Gilt narrow striped Chintz. Disley fabric designers rec More limn astonishing. It s Asli Tuuling in to Notum in Yon appear to Linzu Suc Lili Only grown on entirely new und Llu Wlma skill. Lanolin i Lim liquid Mikic us covit9 Ilio sins of your own skin that Wool. And it Mikea you look so Perl and vivacious once of Ilia five Fly Nodi is n living color that looks live. Also lanolin nun liquid make up help Mako your skin no Flor and looking. Plus liquid make up beef brisket served with onion sauce with beef supplies plentiful one tit you la want to serve often is ice brisket. This Cut is prepared in cooking in liquid the same As a Ieca Stew. According to meat expert Reba Taggs to prepare this dish Simp v place the meat in a heavy ten in and completely cover it with Vater. To provide a tempting a add vegetables and sea Onins to the meat. For example idd 1 cup diced carrots and cup dict a celery 2 Teaspoons Salt i i whole cloves to the neat. Cover and Cook slowly for 3 to 4 hours. At the end of this time remove the meat from the Broth and place n a shallow baking dish. Spread beaten est Over the meat Sprinkle with dry bread crumbs and Brown n a moderate oven for about 30 minutes. Serve the brisket with a zest no onion Saure prepared by Browning 2 Tablespoons of sugar in 1 table spoon of lard. Add to this 2 medium onions sliced anal Cook unit tender. Then add 1 Tablespoon of flour 1 cup meat Broth 1 Teaspoon vinegar and Teaspoon Salt. Cook until smooth. Circle meets the Esther Price Circle of West Minster presbyterian Church held he first meeting of the year with he new chairman mrs. James i. Tubbs it her Home on the second Loop Road. The meeting was begun with prayer. The Bible study was Given mrs. J. B. Greg. During the business officers were appointed and routine business matters completed. A social hour allowed. Teresa Elaine Fryer or. And mrs. Ted or it c ily non mince the hit ill of n a Nirh ice Teresa Elnine. Inn. 1ft in Undari memorial Hospital. Frame would be handsome in combination with this material too. A Row of these pictures set in line Over the bed in a girl t room or a group arranged Over table or Chest in a country living room will add a colourful note. Old maps framed in narrow Black frames Are excellent for boy s room or Library. Many Femi nine subjects such As French cos tume or Godey prints Are Lovely with wide Mats of velvet in Nar ionizing colors set in Shadow Box frames. Etchings of course must a have their margins left on otherwise their value is lost they look Well in Black frames although color can be used in some rooms. Coloured prints Are Decora live when the frames cum Plemen the most design. Important color of the entertains class Scranton or. And mrs Julian Haseldon and or. And mrs John Lee entertained the join Wesley Bible class at the Church hut. The president. Or. Clorand Yar Boroush. Presided. The meeting was opened with uie singing of the class song. Mrs. John r Loyd a. Elected to fill the vacancy on the. Program committee. Mrs. John Lee was elected to assist mrs. La Verne Smiley with recreation. The hosts served sandwiches doughnuts and Coffee. Colo discomforts 5 per bottle special every tuesday and thursday Fried Chicken 60c l u n c h 60c 2 vegetables drink and dessert country style Steak and other meats on this lunch of same Price. Officers meeting Darlington an officers Robin Belinda Harrison or. And mrs. Gene Harrison o Darlington announce the birth o daughter Robin Belinda Jan. 5 Deborah Marie Cole or. And mrs. Harold Cole o Darlington announce the birth o a daughter. Deborah Marie Jan Al the Mcleod infirmary. Mrs. Cole is the former miss Vir Ginia Hutchinson of Darlington. Scranton personals friends of mrs. H. B. Driggers new officers Are elected t1mmonsville a new Roser of officers for the Sparrow i wimp Garden club was elected As follows president. e. Anderson vice president mrs. Marion Anderson second vice president. Mrs. L. B. Morris re ording Secretary mrs. Allen Joiner corresponding Secretary mrs. Erline Anderson treasurer mrs. Fred Powers. Following the election of officers the president mrs. Ernest Hicks turned the meeting Over to mrs Joe Anderson program chairman the club prayer was repealed in unison. Mrs. Anderson talked or she also conduct cd a contest on pot plants with mrs. W. Claude Langston being awarded the prize. Mrs. Anderson talked on the method of rooting various pot plants. Mrs. Jack Kirby rave a demonstration of Root in begonias. After adjournment mrs. Brile Anderson hostess for the afternoon served ice Cream Pound cake am Coffee. Ill be sorry to know she is a patient at Saunders memorial hos Altal. Mrs. Eugene Ward s friends will sorry to know she is under going treatment at Whitehead la i Mary. Reports from the Rev. Luthel who has been ill at his lome Here Are that he is much improved. Joan Ailene netties and Jean Aileen Nettles or. And mrs. D. E. Nettles of Olanta announce the Birtle of twin daughters Joan Arlene and Jean Aileen Jan. 15 at Saunders me Morial Hospital. Tanner son or. And mrs. Willie Joe Tannei of Johnsonville announce the birth of a son Jan. 16 at Saunders me Morial Hospital. For Neon work and sign painting dial 7687 Neon sign co. 508 Barnes Street acid stomach after you eat Speed Relief from Gas heartburn acid indigestion. Tit is Stlot Lunf sums for the Tummy see. Preston America s Foremost hypnotist magician at the Mcclenaghan High school thursday Friday saturday Jan. 21, 22, 23 8 pm adults children Coffee 5c b and g cafe on the Square see a preview presentation of Preston in the window of Sears Roebuck thur. Fri. Sat. At 4 pm each Day sponsored by the Exchange club of Florence everything Spe cml the members Stork cub All the necessities and Little Lux uries that life u very wonder Ful thing indeed for new arrivals. If baby s already Here or if you re shopping ahead for a Layette come to us. You la find just what you want. Christening dresses 27 inches in length beautifully embroidered. Christening slips to match Belk s special Birdseye diapers 27 x 27, regular s2.48 value Cotton blankets 30 x 40, pastel designed Satin ribbon binding. 51-98 value contour crib blankets pastels and White 3" Satin binding Speedon Short Jacques 79c Speedon knit Kimonos pastels and White Only Speedon Rosebud knit gowns nod time infants blankets for the crib 36x40 infants Coo foam pillows pastel int purity diapers packed three for infants Towel cloth sets White knit with Pink Blue Maize Edge trim value. 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