Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Dec 18 1953, Page 5

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - December 18, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeKingsport times Friday dec. 18, 1953 5 Beatrice Fairfax says this Mot her is unfit for her children tragic tale dear miss Fairfax i m a 15-year-old girl and Vul. Clj.414 there Are three other children in our family besides myself. My Mother is divorced from her husband and for a couple of years now she has been going out with quite a few men. She also brings them up to the House and has affairs with them. She seems to have no shame for us children not even for herself. When i talk to her about it she denies everything but i have seen with my own eyes what is going on and i m so upset that i can t seem to do my work in school. Please help me and Tell me what to do. M l dear m. A this is a situation that i m afraid is much too difficult for a 15-year-old girl to handle by herself and i think you need to talk to some understanding and sympathetic person about it. You say that your Mother is divorced from her husband and i am wondering if this Hus band was your father or if your own father is perhaps dead and this was a second marriage. If you do have a father somewhere have you Ever thought of Gettin in touch with him to see if h could help in any Way 1 straighten this matter out if this is impossible then to about going to your priest o minister and asking for help another thing you might do i to go to the very excellent fam ily service organizations Nea you and talk with one of the people there who is experience in helping work out family Dif if the Groom is to have a wed Ding ring naturally the rings Are an Exchange Between his Bride and himself so that of course the Bride would pay for the ring she gives her husband just As he pays for the one he gives to her. The Only Way you can have wedding rings that match is for each one to be a Plain Gold band. In this Case the girl s ring is As a Rule narrower than the Man s. As for when you get the wed Ding rings get them any time you choose. It makes absolutely no difference. To Settle any other questions that May be in your mind about wedding etiquette i suggest you go to your Public Library and ask for the latest Book on the subject. Faculties. You need not feel at Al shy about going to any of thes people because they will respect your Confidence and you can Tell them the whole Story with out fear. What i would like you to do is to write me a Persona letter giving me your name Anc address so that i could Send you directly the name of someone Al this welfare organization with whom you could get in touch this is a state of affairs which should not go on and if you will follow my suggestion it May be possible to Clear it up to a Point where life in your family will not be so disturbing to you and the others As it is now. Won t you let me hear from you dear miss Fairfax i have just become engaged and will have my engagement ring very shortly. I would like to know who gets and pays for the wedding ring for the Groom the Bride to be or the Groom and do you get the wedding rings when you get the engagement ring or later we would like the wedding rings to new arrivals William Freeman son of or. And mrs. Oliver i. Free Man 332 West Ravine at hoi Ston Valley Community Hospital dec. 11, weighing 7 pounds ounces. Bennie Lee Rose son of or and mrs. Walter t. Rose Clinch port at Hych dec. 15, weigh ing 4 pounds 15 ounces. Charles Edward Carroll son of or. And mrs. Arnold r. Carroll Ford town at Hych. Dec. 10, weighing 6 pounds 4 ounces. Mary Carolyn daughter of or. And mrs. Carson Arrington Clinchport at Hych match. Dear a. A a. O. Dec. 15, weighing 8m pounds. Lonnie Steven Hampton son of or. And mrs. Lonnie Hamp ton route 2, Kingsport at Hych dec. 15, weighing 7 pounds 15 ounces. Karen Elizabeth Ketron daughter of or. And mrs. James Hubert Ketron 1404 Charles at Hych dec. 15, weighing 5 pounds 14 ounces. Luncheon Given by Church Hill hic the Church Hill Home dem nitration club met thursday at be Home of mrs. Ora Derrick Ith mrs. Paul Derrick and mrs. Be Bradshaw As assisting Host uses. This was the annual Christmas party covered dish luncheon served at noon. Mrs. J. J. Hamilton gave the devotionals using the Christmas Story. Miss Helen Baker Home agent gave the history of some Well known carols. Gifts were exchanged Durine the meeting tvs Een to fits Muffi few Small Rcw marred by Snow and f ill. get on the Ball a Trade your old to for Crosier the exc Safirt o to. Sentry gear Cluj of Golart interference out Roli Over streaks and flutter. Automo Scally Given Yog to life pictures coards against interference always first Quality 1" Coniel. T Itti hit will a Tver pow old. To i Kimiaki a thorny. Mom f-21cw.h. Phillips furniture Supply co. Weber City phone 4001 can see it an Ideal gift women s Nylon gowns Trousseau pretty styles o permanent pleats beautifully trimmed pastels sizes 32-38 completely j washable women s Nylon panties Dainty trims elastic legs Long wearing pastels. 5-7 spun Rayon gabardine shirts vat dyed t lights Bright colors i Sanford Zed for fit new spread collars Long wearing so a double wedding ring design bedspreads White red Blue Green yellow Pink Brown for modern or colonial rooms very colourful colonial pattern thickly tufted Chenille Penney s own nation wide sheets hemmed edges 81" x 108" 2.15 brass lamps 98 Ideal gifts mahogany Frame pictures gift boxed embroidered Pillow cases wrinkle shedding 100% All Wool men s gabardine Slacks luxury finish 13-oz. Fabric Many colors hefty gabardine colonial Type 24" tall different scenes others from 1.98 boys self Collar gabardine sur Coats America s fines a under 5.00 Fine Muslin Ideal for gifts or. 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