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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeBeatrice Fairfax says second husband is making dear miss Fairfax at 18, i married a Man to whom i was devoted. Two years later in 1951, he was killed in in Auto Accident and i was left without a Penny and with a Small child to raise. Six months ago i met a Man of my own age who knew that i had a child and yet was will ing to marry me. Now that we Are married he insists that i put my son up for adoption de manding that Only his own Chil Dren should be raised in his House. What can i do mrs. A. D. M. Dear mrs. A. D. A this is a completely inhuman demand on the part of your husband and indicates a Type of personality with which i am extremely you will always have trouble. No Man who could be to deceitful As to pretend to accept your child in Advance of his marriage to you and so Cal Lous As to reject him later is hardly one in whom a woman could place any Confidence whatever. I doubt very much if you too Young to get married and Settle Down but i love Bob and want to marry him now. Still when people keep telling me that i m too Young and that our marriage won t last it gets me worried. What do you think about this another pr6blem i have is How can i make Bob really be Lieve i love him it seems that just telling him so is not enough to prove it to him. He says that at times i act As though i love him and at other times i Don t and it hurts when he Telli me Washington county offers historic Sites on unofficial tour during Tenn. Week that. M. Dear m. A i m sorry if it is not what you want to hear but i feel just the Way your friends do about your getting married at 16. Or at 17, or even 19, too. Except in very rare instances Young people in their teens have not yet had sufficient experience in life to be sure of making a Wise Choice of a husband or wife. This is Why your friends Tell you that if you get married now the marriage would t another reason Why too Young marriages often Don t last gave yourself time to get is because a girl of 16, like your to in the friends and Good times Normal to that age and if she marries this becomes 1m a possible. As a wife her Home take fore marrying him. Otherwise you would certainly have Discov-1 official Tennessee week began saturday and will continue through Friday. Such a week is devoted to the visitation of ten Nessee historical Sites and is sponsored throughout Tennessee by the association for the preservation of Tennessee antiquities a state wide organization with the purpose of restoring old Tennessee Homes. Washington county chapter of the state association is now in process of organization and plans to become a part of the official state wide Pilgrim age. Knoxville begins the tour of its area on april 24, and continues through april 26. Middle and West Tennessee Are having Tours throughout the latter half of the week. Tour information and tickets Are available at Headquarters in the various tour originating cities. Washington county although not having any Homes officially opened this year invites All Pil. Grams to visit her historic Sites River Bank bears the i scrip Jacob Brown died Jan Many of marked by which have been the Tennessee his that you were so emotionally upset by the Shock of your first husband s death and being left penniless with a child to sup port that you rushed into marriage at the first Opportunity in the Hope that it would solve your problem. I can t imagine your enter talking for a minute the idea of giving up your Little son and you should make it perfectly Clear once and for All that you never consent to any such thing. If your refusal to agree your husband s monstrous proposal should Lead to a break place of these other things to a Large extent and this often re sults in a married teen Ager soon feeling that marriage has cheated her of the Youthful Good times she would otherwise be having. Then she either sets about trying to get out of her marriage and be free again or else she grows bitter and unhappy and keeps wishing she never had married at All. If you really want my opinion it is that you wait two or three years before taking such a final step As marriage. If you will do this it will also take care of this situation with up of your marriage i can t see Bob because it will give him that you will have lost any plenty of time to become sure thing but a most undesirable that you love him and also give than. You plenty of time to be certain of the same thing. So if i were you i would not worry about the Way he talks at present but just believe and Tell him that time will demonstrate your feel Ings about him better than you can. Dear miss Fairfax i am 16 and my boy Friend is 20. We have been going together for a year and Are thinking of marriage in the near future. My friends Tell me that i am topical commission and local patriotic societies. The following guide suggests Sites worthy of your visit during Tennessee week. Entering John son City from the Northeast on d. S. 23, one comes to the Wil Jam bean Cabin site. Built in 1769, it was the first permanent Home in Tennessee and the Birthplace of Russell bean first White child born in Tennessee the Uon aary 25, 1785." this is the old est marked Stone in Tennessee. Entering Jonesboro from Kingsport on state 81 and just two and a half Miles West of Jonesboro is the Devault Tav Ern a two Story Brick tavern erected in 1821 by Frederick de vault. It was a stage coach Stop on the Eastern route from Knoxville to Abingdon. Returning to u. S. 11-e and in methodist Church on the right and the three Sisters Row adjoining built by general a. Women s work by Gay Pauley up staff correspondent new York up _ today s Young homemaker sees that her husband and children eat Well but worry about her Waistline makes her careless about her own meals. This is one of the conclusions reached by the Cereal Institute after a National Check of eating habits of some women be tween 20 and 35. The Survey was made by the Public opinion poll Kingsport times tuesday april 21, 1953 3 Virginia club has study of England at luncheon meet the Coronation of Elizabeth ii was the theme of the Virginia senior woman s club met at the club luncheon meeting recently Community building with mrs. At the Home of mrs. T. Bandy. N. B. French retiring president assisting hostesses were mrs. Conducting the meeting. The Clint Wood club local is installs officers District hostess Clintwood a. The nine woman s Canh met at the my by cd. Kingsport business and professional women s club will be main Street in Jonesboro is the Chester inn built 1798 by Wil Liam Chester physician of John Sevier and where Andrew Jack son held his reception in 1832 when he went to Washington to be president. At the court House a Monument erected in 1930 commemorates the establishment of the town by the legislature of North Carolina in seventy two Walker Nelms and mrs. Luke m. Mcamis. The Home was beautifully decorated with Spring Flowers. Mrs. E. A. Hoge gave the background of the Royal family and related interesting historical facts about previous Kings and Queens. She pointed out that most americans think the British people Are extravagantly j lavishing Money on this spec 1779. About four Miles North of Johnson City near the Mouth of Brush Creek on the Watauga River stands the Jeremiah Dun an Mill built in or prior to 1778, now the property of the St. John family. It is the oldest Mill in continuous operation in Tennessee. Two Miles South of Johnson City on 19-w stands the u. S. 23 Home of and col. John Tipton built 1783-85 and is h site of the Battle of the state of Franklin february 29, 1788. The Buffalo Ridge Baptist 178b Church Marker is located was the of Lan site the bean Cabin Marker Idon , famous con club events tuesday Cedar Grove improvement league p. M. At the school. A pcs of Morrison Chapel Church . With mrs. Sam Carroll. Garden Guild 8 . With mrs. R., 201 a Star class of the Highland methodist Church at n m the Home of mrs. W. L. Win j to Monr Oion with mrs. J. W. Thompson 1420 Urquiza will show slides on South America. Perennial Garden club 8 p. M. With mrs. Sam Miller 1609 car Olina ave. Members Are asked to bring Small line arrange ments not exceeding 12 inches. Kingsport Book club 3 p. M. At the Home of mrs. J. Fred Johnson Watauga Street. Book review of Paauw 8 at the Home of mrs. David Hedburg will be the speaker. Glen Alpine methodist Church Spring Tea. For 3508-w or mrs. Herbert 2, mrs. Joe Creasy Highway 81 3, mrs. Sam Steadman Sullivan gardens. Wednesday Arcadia Home demonstration club . At the school. Mrs. Dan Richard hostess. Mrs. Lee of Kingsport utilities will give a demonstration on Light ing. Liti Manor hoc p. M. With miss Stella Couch 2820 Johnson City Highway. Note change in Date. Woodrow hoc 1 p. M. With mrs. J. S. Huddle. Marga Meyer Circle of holy Trinity lutheran Church p. M. In Church social rooms mrs. Joe Elsea and mrs. A. B. Bookhardt hostesses. Pre school bound up at fort Robinson school at 1 . Chil Dren should be accompanied by their birth certificates and one Parent. Women s Council first Chris Church meeting and covered dish luncheon at noon. Westview Park methodist a pcs at 2 pin. For general meeting. Sunnyside Baptist wms . With mrs. J. Fletcher. Thursday Virginia currens Circle of holy Trinity lutheran Church 8 p. M. In Church social rooms. Mrs. H. W. Combs jr., and mrs. Bob Bennett co hostesses. M. A. Merrill 2033. Friday Pactolus methodist a pcs hamburger Fry 6 . At Pactolus school followed by an old fashioned spelling match. Dinner meeting of United world federalists . At St. Paul s Parish House. Speak ers on United nations revision. For reservations Call 1582-l, mrs. M. L. Gernert. Open to the Public. Golda memorial a pcs . With mrs. Marshall Beverly Skyline drive. Grange Hall Pat fathers night . At the school. Medical doctors wives . With mrs. W. A. Wiley 1701 Longview mrs. Robert Doty and mrs. M. D. Massengill assisting hostesses. Iris Garden club . For coming to the Boones Creek High school one finds the Dan Iel Boone Marker showing the site of Daniel Boone tree and Waterfall where Boone hid from the indians. Continuing on u. S. 23, one finds Jesse Duncan s grave Marker showing the site of the first White Man known to have been killed by indians in ten Nessee. At the Junction of u. S. 23 and u. S. 11-e, the Masengill Monument erected by or. S. E. Masengill in 1937 honouring Henry Masengill and other pioneers of the Watauga settlements is found. Entering Washington county from the Southwest on u. S. 11-e at Limestone is a Marker to Davy Crockett s Birthplace. On the right of the Highway stands the Thomas Gillespie House built in 1792 by Seth Smith a Quaker Stone Mason from Penn Sylvania. Proceeding on u. S. 11-e, one find Washington col federate senator. Apply at the chamber of com Merce office in the John Sevier hotel for further information on this year s tour. Wise woman s club has luncheon meet Wise of the most delightful meetings of the year was the luncheon meeting of the woman s club at the Community club House. Twenty two members and two visitors were present. The visitors were mrs. Lawrence Fleenor and mrs. Wiley Collins of Appalachia. Before the luncheon two solos were furnished by the Rev. Jack Lloyd accompanied by mrs. Lloyd at the piano. The invocation was offered by or. Lloyd and an exquisite luncheon was enjoyed. Mrs. Barnard who had served n f 1 y Peak four years As president of the in 1780 and the oldest site of club and was recently re elected earning West of the alleghenies. To the office was presented a near Telford is the Thomas purse of Silver dollars by mrs. Embree Stone House on Little j Vernoy b. Tate. New officers for Limestone Creek built in 1791 the coming year were installed also by Seth Smith. Embree was in an impressive manner by mrs father of Elihu Embree a a Lawrence file Mous abolitionist. Next one j mrs Barnard comes to the Christopher Taylor c. L. in House built about 1777. Here mrs. J. N. Dotson Secretary and Anrew Jackson boarded in 1788 mrs. W. Collins treasurer Lenort arrival in tit a _ Fleenor. They president women said it was essential that their husbands and children get their three regular meals daily but Only 42 per cent thought it was necessary that they eat As regularly. Diet conscious the reason seemed to be the Waistline. Thirty two per cent reported they d been trying to lose weight in the past year. An other 15 per cent were just try ing not to gain. The Survey indicated today s woman is Vitamin and Mineral conscious in her meal planning but still fails to meet govern ment standards for Well balanced meals. Thirty six per cent checked menus for Vitamin Content 33 per cent also watched proteins 26 per cent watched Calcium. But they fell Down on Day to Day meal to meal inclusion of the Basic seven food groups recommended by the u. S. Department of agriculture. Ninety seven per cent reported eating enough foods in the meat or group each Day but less than half for example met the daily requirements for Dairy products. It s time to put Winter clothes into storage but a word of advice from a Moth expert before you do it. Or. H. Curran of the american museum of natural history says you can prevent cent of the Ade. Especially when the com try is suffering from an eco nomic decline. The Coronation is an English heritage mrs. Hoge said and is presented for that reason and not As a per Sonal Celebration for the Royal member involved. Roll Call was answered by naming a member of the Royal family and an anecdote or interesting fact about each. An announcement was made of the state federation of Wom meeting was opened with the hostess for the upper East ten pledge to the Flag and Reading of the club collect which was led by mrs. Sam Wright. Mrs. John m. Skeen chaplain gave the devotional. Mrs. Lee Stanley and mrs. A. A. Skeen sr., were on the program committee. Mrs. French gave a talk on the work for the past two years and also expressed her appreciation to the club for their cooperation during her term of office. In the absence of the parliamentarian mrs. H. M. Suther Nessee District of business arid professional women s clubs wednesday evening at Ridge Fields country club. Dinner will be served at 7 . Mrs. Thelma Taylor of John son City District director will be the presiding officer. Entertainment will be provided by pupils of Reece Holloway s dance school. Chairman of the event is mrs. B. K. Davidson. Committees Are land mrs. Sam Wright gave the comprised of the following dec installation service for the new orations miss Zella Bellamy and officers mrs. Fred Carter presi mrs. Charles Chase programs Dent mrs. W. O. Deel first vice mrs. Jim Shaffer entertainment president miss Hylton Sec miss Valice Hawkins gifts and Ond vice president mrs. Marian Flowers miss Joan Lamberson Coe Secretary mrs. Elmer place cards mrs. J. N. Greene treasurer. Mrs. Carter presented news service mrs. Vurl Ham mrs. French with a gift from the club. In s clubs to be held in Memphis mrs. Carter planned to attend May 4-6 at Peabody hotel a fwd convention in Roa _ _ the National federation to be Noke. Mrs. L. Phipps who is ifs. Held in Washington d. C., May a Delegate will also attend. 25-29. The Wisp rom nov for apr mond reception miss Elaine Perkins. Moth damage if you la have and mrs. Lonnie Wooten jr., clothes dry cleaned before Stor ing. Dry cleaning kills both egg and larvae. He added Moths enjoy eating dirty clothes More than clean hang clothes in Bright Sun Light to air. Sun kills the clothes Moth Caterpillar. Clothing blankets furs and carpets in cold storage Are Safe from Moths which must have temperatures above 40 degrees to be Active. To give you an idea what Moth prevention Means in Money or. Curran said the clothes Moth in 1953 will eat into half a million garments with a value of More than if there Are Small children in your family make sure that Sharp knives Are kept in a closed rack out of their reach. 25-29. Twenty one members and the following invited guests were present mrs. D. W. Moulton mrs. L. L. Wilbourne mrs. James Hamlett mrs. Karl Goerdel mrs. J. Fred Johnson and mrs John p. Saul of Salem a. New arrivals Linda Marie Brown daughter of or. And mrs. William b. Brown jr., 1538 Waverly Road at hol Ston Valley Community Hospital april 18, weighing 6 pounds 7% ounces. David Michael Peters son of the Rev. And mrs. G. D. Peters Kingsport route 7, at Hych april 20, weighing 7 pounds ounces. Joel Miles Wooten son of the 1309 Riverside ave., at Hych april 18, weighing 7 pounds 11 ounces. Johnny Lynn Heitz son of or. And mrs. Archie Heitz Church Hill route 4, at Hych april 15, weighing 7 pounds 7 ounces. Stay Beautiful by avoiding monthly look1 no Tlam m in fid to an a Turt litter Kwh m in Why look older worn out jittery for i or 3 Why tet everybody know your time Here of and women take a Little Cardui each Day to help build new Energy and resistance. They look Art. Sleep better fed less and Muery each month. Some Eren go through without pain after a while. Stay Lovely All month ask your dealer for Cardui. Say j11 Iii -1 Chace of Gumps life the Wise county federation meeting which will be held in Appalachia april 23 was Dis cussed. Mrs. Carter plans to at tend but the delegates were not appointed at this time. Venite sales Din Ner. Opt mrs. Club dinner and Bridge. Wednesday District meeting and dinner. East Tenn. Machine account ing dinner. Ladies Day Golf and Bridge. Executives club dinner. High school banquet. Saturday Church Hill High school banquet. To comedy the Junior class of fall Branch school will present the eager miss a three act comedy by Jay Tobias tuesday evening at the school. Members of the cast Are Mary Howard Lyrin Ell Warren Eddie Mays Jean Morelock Phyllis Pierce Billy Quillen Billie to White Glennon Mays Anna May Odell Junior Depew Bob by Bales and Claude Crawford. Or. And mrs. A. H. Thayer Abingdon va., and or. And mrs. Ralph Thayer and children of Bristol visited mrs. George w. Thayer on Reservoir Road route 4, sunday. Upon his arrival in Washington county. Turning right on state mrs. W. A. Thompson and mrs Lois Tracy Are scheduled As 81 going toward the nol Chucky i hostesses for the May meeting River is the Marker to Jacob when congressman William c Brown. His Sandstone Marker Wampler is expected to be the m the family cemetery on the guest speaker. May with breakfast rain or Shine mrs. Neal Ketron Rock Springs Road mrs. Luther Cari co and mrs. Bill Stewart assist ing hostesses. Members Are asked to bring Triangle arrangements. Saturday Rock Springs Pat play How the Story at the school at . A Small admission will be charged. Pur flavor to. I hu1th Fly Capitol t Atlanta connections to All of Florida other daily service to Asheville Hendersonville Knoxville Charleston w.va., Pittsburgh and new York Coll js10, or your travel agent ticket office Airport terminal Girard of Biol watch Voa of Tovey fee in every spoonful of pet banana ice you la taste the Rich Mellow flavor of Golden Ripe and you la love that satisfying full flavor of fresh whole milk and Fra Sweet Cream in pet banana ice combination Ever so tempting Erer so enjoy pet banana ice Cream today and have it often All through april. 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