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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - December 16, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeBeatrice Fairfax says lie of thoughtless Man should ignore his rebuffs four years ago when i Washer emotions in other ways. 20, i married a Man nine years Wisn one Nas children As this older than myself who had does it is much easier than children by a former marriage. If she were alone in the Home now we have two children of our with her husband. For the love own. At first i loved my husband but now i can t say i truly love him any More. He hardly Ever talks to me when he comes Home from work but just sits and reads the paper until dinner time and after that he either reads a Bock or goes to bed. I had a birthday recently and he never even said Happy birthday to me. He never says a word at Christmas either or any other time. There is a couple that lives Down the Street from us who have been married so Long that they have married children yet the husband never forgets his wife on her birthday or at Christmas or Mother s Day or even Valentine s Day. He takes her out to celebrate. I m so terribly unhappy about the Way my husband neglects me that i have some pretty awful thoughts sometimes and i wish you could Tell me what to it is i know a very hard thing she lavishes on the Little folks goes far toward relieving her of pent up affection. Another thing the Wise wife does in such a situation is to find some activities outside the Home into which she can put a lot of enthusiasm and a lot of Energy. My advice on this Point would be for such a woman to find two different types of activities one some Community project whose aim is to help other people and the second a purely social project. Such a combination provides in the first instance an Opportunity to relieve tension by diverting emotional Energy into an Effort to be helpful to the less fortunate and in the second Case to Widen her Circle of friends and thus secure the warmth of personal relation ships which will in some degree at least help alleviate the Lack of warmth she feels at Home. Finally i would suggest that even though her husband shows he so Little Loving thoughtful Appalachia woman s club has party Appalachia Appalachia woman s club had a Christmas dinner at the appalachian hotel Friday evening. The dining room was decorated by mrs. Richmond Jessee. The favors and place cards were miniature Cotton santas. Mrs. Ralph main made the programs using the Christmas Ball Motif and colors. Mrs. Karl Grogan gave the in vocation. During the dinner hour mrs. Roy Green pianist and mrs. Ben Deakins soloist of John son City presented a delightful musical program. Mrs. Joan Mcafee of Norton was guest speaker for the eve Ning. She spoke on England in general and told of some of the English Christmas customs. The club also had mrs. Mcafee s mothers mrs. Who came to Norton from England Only two weeks ago. Mrs. Wayne Collier club presi Dent presided Over a Short Busi Ness session. A report was Given on the Santa program being sponsored by the Appalachia merchants. Members were urged to buy their Christmas Trees from the band boosters and to Tell for a wife to have to bottle up i Ness she should not allow this All her natural feelings because to keep her from demonstrating she never receives any affection her love and thoughtfulness for or consideration from her Hus him. While she May sometimes band. To be love starved is even feel rebuffed she should Greet worse than to be starved when he comes Home from food. I work with a hug and a kiss to Hunt for a hopeful him feel she is truly glad however this wife did t say that to see him. She should plan Cele her husband does t really love rations for his birthdays even her in his own queer Way and though he forgets hers and she she did t say he does t provide properly for her and the Chil Dren. There Are Many husbands whose Only fault is not showing their wives How much they love them and while this is a big heartache for wives to Bear if everything else is As it should be the understanding wife can Usu ally work out a Way to put up with it and find an outlet for might also set up something special for All the holidays she wishes to make important to the family. A Man would have to be abnormally cold i think to re main forever unresponsive to a wife who refused to let his neg Lect chill her advances to him but instead cheerfully and faithfully continued to concern herself with his Comfort and k i k k k k k k give something for the Home 20 gift suggestions All under . Appliances every homemaker s favorite gift g. E. Radio g. E. Portable mixer g. E. Sandwich grills g. E. Steam Iron furniture gifts useful Long to be remembered always appreciated tables table lamps wrought Iron Magazine happiness. All this i realize makes a big program for this wife to under take. But i believe it is a Worth while Experiment and that it May Well be effective in time. Fall Branch personals fall Branch spa mrs. Belle Dove of Maryville mo., will spend a month with her brother George Light and family. Mrs. O. J. Parman of Lathrop mo., will spend several weeks with her sister mrs. George Light and other relatives. The Rev. Albert Norris of Ford town will be at the Baptist Church for the morning and eve Ning services sunday. The adult women s sunday others about the Trees being sold by the club. They took a collection of for the Christmas cheer club. The club exchanged gifts revealing their secret pals for the past three months. The club concluded the eve Ning by singing Christmas carols. Nickelsville Yea has meeting Nickelsville spa the Young women s auxiliary of Nickelsville met at the Home of Lois and Dorothy Stapleton monday. The meeting was opened by Circle prayer and scripture by a. There were 13 present. One new member Geneva Cassell and one visitor Marie Payne attended the meeting. Those taking part on the pro Gram were mrs. Hannah Kilgore sue Dickson Glenna Henderson Linda Hilton Dorothy Staple ton Doris Henderson Lois Sta Pleton Loretta Salyer and Char Lotte Bond. School class of the Baptist Church will prepare fruit baskets and give to the sick members of the class at Christmas time. Auto quiz for new car buyers in what new car can the Driver see All four fenders for safer driving and Aero Willys of course fort Robinson Pat has meeting the fort Robinson Parent teacher association met tues Day afternoon and introduced a new faculty member Patrick Spivey. The program consisted of songs and readings by the Stu dents directed by mrs. C. J. Kiser and mrs. Mark Beard. Kingsport times wednesday dec. 16, 1953 5 do you suffer the pains of arthritis or rheumatism for faster longer lasting Relief thy the marvelous new . Capsules grateful users who previously have suffered the tortures of arthritis and rheumatic pains Are Strong in their Praise for the comforting Relief this new pro duct has brought them. Recent medical research has combined this Alfalfa product with Sal icy Amide. Rest relax end be at ease once More. Economical too. One month s Supply 100 capsules drugstores women s fashion floor the second our Complete Stock of Winter Coats and suits substantially an frown our regular Stock by famous manufacturers. Racks Hassocks card tables stack table set folding tray table snack table set pictures mirrors for the children. Give them a useful gift rockers child s Dinette Howdy Doody record players High chairs free gift wrapping Bingham furniture co. Corner new and Commerce its. K k k k k k k k k k k k k k k i phone 1492 g again Watson opens his heart in the Christmas spirit headed for the last Roundup for the 34th time in Kingsport Watson plays Santo Clous to his Many thousands of customers and Mokes a special trip to Kingsport to prepare for the big Sale of the season just in time for Christmas it makes Santa Claus Watson Happy to see his customers Happy. And you will be Happy when you buy at Watson a close out ladies Coats imported fabrics Cashmere wools Gabar dines Etc. Every coat greatly reduced. Values to Only. Others and ladies Nylon Hose patrician Quality full fashioned Winter shades All sizes 69 a Reg. Value one big lot of 100% Wool men s suits Nice selection in most All sizes from 36 to 46. Long Stout and regular styles. 100% wools gabardine worsted and sharkskin. Reg. 29 men s sport Coats s1595 100% Wool flannels and tweeds solid colors stripes and checks. Valued at reduced for this Sale. Men s Corduroy shirts s3.79 in All wanted colors. Small medium and Large sizes. We suggest this for his Christmas gift. Regu Lar value for Only. Ladies Cotton slips eyelet slips with embroidery trim. Sizes 34 to 52. Value. Only 98c ladies bed jackets pastel shades in Small medium and Large Rayon crepe material. This is an excellent Christmas gift. A value for Only 98c teen age Cotton slips eyelet embroidery trim. This is a value for Only 98c Corduroy overalls Slacks 98c one lot of children s Slacks and overalls to closeout. Values for Only boys Good ribbed Union suits Long sleeves and ankle length sizes 8 to 16 98c men s dress shirts Whites stripes and solid colors. Famous brands including Van Heuson town topics others. Values to Idle hour lounge sport socks All Wool tops and leather plastic curtains sizes 30x90 Width 3-Lnch ruffle and tie Back. This is a si.69 value. Reduced for this Sale to Sheet blankets size 70x80 regular Price now. Pillow cases size 42x36. White or coloured. 2 for men s top Coats excellent top Coats from Sal Vage Stock but no damage. Is some arc made of imported Wool. Some of these Coats were originally priced at now in 2 big groups 12 and regular values to 19 men s pyjamas Broadcloth in All sizes. Famous town topic Brand. 2.98 one lot to close out girls dresses sizes 7 to 12. Dark shades and plaids. Values for Only boys Corduroy pants 2.98 sizes 8 to 1g these Aee values Fob Only Don t miss this bargain event. Save Money on toys clothing Home gifts

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