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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - August 12, 1955, Kingsport, TennesseeBeotrice Fairfax better suffer Ali Allenow than spoil your future dear Beatrice Fairfax 1 am till mixed up and confused and 1 do Hope you will be Able to help me. I am 22 years old and engaged to a Young Man of 25. He told me shortly after we became engaged that he is the father of a son born to a girl he went with several years Hob. The child is now 3 2 years old. He said that he was just a kid when this happened and the Kirl had had affairs with other men and urged him into it. His family Are always knocking the fid and they say she is awful. I recently Learned from friends of his however that the girl is a your wedding even bought your gown you suddenly Call the whole thing off. In other words you re afraid of gossip. But would t it be belter to suf Fer a Little embarrassment now. And have it All Over with than to go ahead with your plans and then perhaps after you and this Man marry find yourself suffering embarrassment Over and Over because of him and being bitterly unhappy because you have taken on a husband you Don t re Spect and Don t Trust certainly it will be a hard experience to go through. But other girls have had to go through Siml Harry fore us. We have found tile Blue Bird and the singing water on top the fairy tale s Mountain. And be should allow nothing to stand let Ween us and the therapeutic Bliss now dangled by psychiatry s zealots before our eyes like car before the Eye s of hungry donkeys. Folk Are spending this week with no alternative but to frustrate the Smiths. J themselves into nervous break or. And mrs. Charles Riddle sons left saturday for a week s a i by the zealots irresponsible cation in new York and Atlantic a claim they turn mental health into new arrivals Deborah Hope Wade daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Eugene wide 1696 Virginia ave. It Hych August 7, weighing 4 Bingham. Pounds 12 ounces. Vleko Sharron Ruth daughter of Garland Wollmer Ruth 1110 West Moreland ave., at Munal clinic. August 8, weighing pounds 12 ounces. Danny Gale Fua ate son of or and mrs. J. Fugate 1009 River a visit with their Joe Rigby or. After having planned week s club events Friday chips or . Reg ular meeting 8 . Circle i Kotron memory cml a pcs . Mrs. Arlsie wag apr 1042 Lynn Garden or. Girl Ernnt z. . It Mafali methodist Church. Saturday Cor Wash to be sponsored the methodist youth Fellowship of Highland Park methodist Church is sponsoring a car Wash saturday in the lot Back of the Church. The service will at 8 . And patrons Are asked to bring their car by the lot. Fees will be per car. Proceeds will be used in the youth department. Cd Jerwood sewing club c . In in St in an Grove for annual birth Day party honouring Lee us. Role tuts and friends of Jit Eft monday for daughter mrs. Rugby and family in Columbus Ohio. James boy miss Edna boy and miss Kathleen boy honoured their Ather Creed boy on his seventy first birthday with a dinner at their Home on King Street sunday am gust 7. Guests from Bristol were Urs. L. R. Jones miss Belle boy mrs. Lawrence Hurt and children Nul boy and daughter Sandra of big Stone Gap mrs. Woodrow Flanary and son Stevie of Green Ville. N. C., and or. And mrs. A. Boy or. And mrs. J. W. Boy or. And mrs. F. L. Adams and daughter. Jenny of Appalachia. Mrs. Scott entertains in Norton socials Robert Scott entertained the tonnage club Day evening. Additional guests were mrs. Roy Willis of christians Burg. Miss Virginia Anderson of Bristol and w. R. Banner. High prizes were won by mrs. Frank Horsman and Bruce Fraley Consolation prize by Monroe thrower. Mrs. Tom Painter and sons pres ton and Dick of Wytheville were guests of their parents and grand parents. Or. And mrs. W. M. Wray from wednesday to sunday. Or. Painter joined the family Here Lor the week end. Or. And mrs. Frank Glass and children went to Daytona Beach lost Friday for a vacation. Or. And mrs. A. J. Motley and Hon Jimmy of Danville were guests saturday and sunday of mrs. Motley s sister mrs. Russell Holmner and family. Miss Patsy Hamner was Home for the week City. Or. And mrs. Horace Mccarthy and daughter Mary Frances of Richlands were visitors sunday with or. And mrs. E. L. Mann or. Vacation in Hungington or. John Bellinger took his three daughters Peggy Ann and Jane to Huntington w. A. Sunday for a week s visit with relatives he returning Home sunday night. Or. And mrs. Guy Cope Knox Ville were visitors with or. And mrs. Cluny Brooks saturday and sunday. Bobby Brooks came Home Friday from a week s visit with or. And mrs. Willard Clark and family of Kingsport accompanied by his Cousin miss Ann Clark. Bobby left again sunday for a visit in Baltimore with his Uncle Charles t. Brooks and family. Or. And mrs. Pete Warren and son Charles Nokomis fla., came monday for a visit with their daughter Dede and Mother mrs. J. Whitson. Miss Joan boiling left sunday to visit miss Mary Clara Dunlap of Pulaski. Mrs. W. E. Fraleysr. And Daugh ters Ann and Frances and son Don and mrs. E. F. Hargis All of Lebanon were Here sunday night to attend the birthday dinner of Bruce Fraley which was Given at the Home. Lester Sturgill Dayton Ohio left sunday alter several Days visit with his father i. D. Sturgill. Miss Denny Lockhart and miss Connie Lockhart Atlanta came sunday for an extended visit with mrs. Bill Scott and miss Elva Green. H. Boiling resumed saturday from a business trip to Washington new York Delaware and through the Carolines. Mrs. Edward White and son Jimmy. Baltimore arrived thurs Day for a visit with their Mother and grandmother mrs. J. B. Flem ing. Or. And mrs. A. H. Bond and son Albert jr., and miss staph Connla Selmour left thursday or ten Days vacation in Florida. Mrs. E. W. Baker and daughter Cynthia and Earl Ferguson came monday evening to visit relatives returning Home Friday. Charles Stallard of Miami and Bill Stallard of Lexington by. Came thursday for n week s visit with their parents or. And mrs. S. P. Stallard. Or. And mrs. Don w. Johnston chair incr invited guests to bring saturday Steak lobster Pirmer members Notts reservations change in meeting Dale. J sunday regular serving. Sunday roller family reunion the do of the late Noah roller and Elizabeth Morrell roller an Nual family reunion roller Chapel in Indian Springs picnic lunch will be served at noon. Friends and relatives Are invited. Monday Circle 5. Bethel presbyterian Church . With mrs. Minor 1621 Woodside ave. Circle 4. Bethel presbyterian c Iii Rah . With mrs. B. Ken in. 323 2 Magnolia ave. Clyde ii. First presbyterian Church 8 . In ladies parlor. Tuesday Riv Nelte. ., picnic at Mario Cabin. Optl-mrs., p in., regular Din Ner and Bridge . Ups inn Sigma Alpha sorority. Ferial and business map Fisik. "-30 ., at the Home of miss Char ice Parker. Thursday fas Slaty a pcs. 1 30 . Vilh mrs. A o. Light. Sure i be cot Stanback along or lore Ipolit your work and ploy get Quick Comfort Relief Stanback anal Etc or Powden. Stanback it a of medically Frovin ingredient Cut signed for action ago Init pain. Mrs. Charles Riddle. Mrs. Robert Nurt sons Don Michael and Billy Olhorn grandparents a class privilege available Only to Large income americans. While it s All right to make snob symbols Oul of automobiles and other material advantages it is not All right to exploit psychiatric authority to make a snob Symbol of Menla health. The Rush of this nation Down the freudian superhighway is not an edifying spectacle. It s greedy As the Gold Rush and As mindless As the flight of lemmings who leap into the sea off Norway in a sort of season mass hypnosis. Even some of our clergy Are studying what is called pastoral psychology in the recoil from Lested truth to new theory about which their s More inside disagree ment than you would believe. If we All really credit psych la present and the subject of the in a resting and informative program Muse stud at the regular monthly dinner meeting of the business und professional women s club thurs i iday August 12, 1955 Timm mrs. Gus Allison presented a look unto the future for our club and pointed out that it was the primary purpose 01 the member ship committee to inform and instruct members As to the Aims and Day evening. The program was purposes of the federation but sponsored by the membership the duty of encouraging Wom nit tee under the direction of mrs. In in business and the professions Alvon Bradley chains a. To become affiliated with the club is thu history of the federation is a that of the entire membership nil one with growth from 1919. Miss Vul ice Hawkins gave when 212 women gathered in history of the local club since Louis for their convention was chartered in 1928 up to the i membership of 25.500 time. She also gave a no 284 clubs to the last of the contributions the iced in St. Louis in 1954 with Over club has Marie to the Community registered delegates repro by sponsoring the first Lone girl denting 160.000 women from More ban 2.800 clubs. Mrs Martha Carmichael gave a of the Blok a history of he National federation of bus less scout troop in Kingsport the first clubs teen Canter was started through the efforts of the club in organizing Iii Liim Lodge uniforms for the Junior High school band were Pur and professional women s chased by the club a room at the from 1919 to 1944. This i Hospital at the time the new add was supplemented by a resume of he Progress made in the years since this Book was written. A Short review of the. Statistical study made by the new York University research Bureau called the economic strength of the business and professional women s i lined plans for the event and re clubs was Given by mrs. W. D. Ports were presented by the various lion was made was furnished by the club. Many other worthwhile projects Over the years have originated with the business and professional women s club. Mrs. James h. Quillen. General i chairman for the cabaret Tea out lira i committees. Or. And mrs. Charles c. Beam of Lake Charles. La. The annual Flower show sponsored by the Norton Garden club will be held Friday aug. 26, from to 6 ., in the Norton meth Odist Church quieme of the show Garden Middle own Ohio family visits Gunnings and mrs. Carl Road los and family of Middletown Ohio arc visiting or. And mrs. H. E. Doane and other relatives. Or. And mrs. Hoover Bell or. And mrs. Joe Bell and family were weekend guests of their Mother mrs. Etta Bell of Edison. Tenn. Or. And mrs. Bill Templeton mrs. Templeton miss Viola Templeton and Bonnie Amyx spent last sunday at Lookout it. In Chattanooga picnicking. J. M. Bond returned to his Home saturday from Holston Valley Community Hospital. Or. And mrs. Arthur Silcy of pcs Molnes Iowa visited his Uncle d. L. Silcy recently. Or. And mrs. Jess Morrell and family of Bluff City or. And mrs. Claude Hunn Lgan or. And mrs. Bill Hunn Lgan of Bristol visited or. And mrs. Roy Dunnigan sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Holic of Richmond va., 1s visiting or. And mrs. For est Bright and family. Or. And mrs. Bill Moore and daughter Gay Vern attended Church services at Browder s Cha Pel sunday afternoon. Fred Foulkner son of or. And mrs. Earl Foulkner. Has returned Side or. At Hych August weighing 8 pounds 9 ounces. Linda Joene Shanks daughter of or. And mrs. Bert h. Shanks Jack son Tenn., at Hych August 8 weighing 6 pounds 3 ounces. Jonathan Edward Flanagan son of or. And mrs. Toy Edward Flanagan 1821 Highland si., at Hych August weighing pounds 16% ounces. Perry Wayne Cleek son of or and mrs. Charlie Ray Cleek it i Kingsport at Hych August 8, weighing s pounds ounces. Jam Cleek. Daughter of or. And mrs. Charlie Ray Cleek it. 6, Kingsport at Hych August 8, weighing 5 pounds ounces. Jiaan Paul or. Son of or. And Are. I. P. Aesque 266 Aesque St., at Hych August a weighing 6 pounds ounces. Paula Bernice Aesque daughter of or. And mrs. I. P. Aesque Aesque St., at Hych August 5, weighing b pounds ounces Teresa Fay Ner Siary Danirl itch of or. And mrs. Walter necessary Forest View rd., at Hych August 8, weighing 6 pounds b ounces. Michael James Taylor son of or. And mrs. Robert Roy Taylor Gate City at Hych August 8, weighing 7 i funds 9 ounces. Philip Alden Henry son of or. And mrs. Emory Alden 71enry, it. 1. Box 26. Kingsport at Hych August 8, weighing 6 pounds baby show East Tenn. District fair civic auditorium aug. 25-26-27 . Boys 1 to. To 3 Yri. Thursday 3 girls 3 in 2 twins under 2 years Friday 3 . Boys 1 or. To 4 in. Girls 2 yrs. In 4 yrs. Twins 2 yearn to 4 years saturday 2 . Winners of each class i Coupon for baby show 226 Street i Tenn. Enter i child a name Tolna Namei boy girl i in baby show at the fair. From the Bristol memorial hos their grand Pittil. J. Johns mrs. T. J. Cressul spent sunday with miss Helen Harr to Indian Springs. 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