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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - February 9, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeBeatrice Fairfax says a Friendship in t Worth much tilt can t be Happy dear miss Fairfax to for two and a half years i have i been going with one boy and we have talked a lot about getting married when i graduate from school next year. He graduates this year. What is bothering me though is that he seems to take me for granted and where he used to ask me for dates two or three times a week he now Only asks me for one Date during the week end and then he Waits until the very last minute to ask me. I m always saying that the next time he Waits until the last minute i won t go with him but i always do anyhow. We also have a lot of arguments about various tilings and keep Patching them up but pretty soon everything starts All Over again. My friends Tell me i. Am foolish to take All this from him but i like him too much tar break up with him. I know though that if we did break up i could have dates with some of the other boys around Here. Please give me your advice As soon As possible because our Junior prom is coining up soon and i need it before then. A. H. Dear a. A if there Are All these boys around with whom you could have dates moods Don t gradually disappear. Week s club events tuesday Wesley Fellowship group . With or. And mrs. Walter Mays Bloomington Heights a pcs Depew Chapel Church with mrs. Ervin Crawford Reservoir Road 7 Niue to Uuie v Votion . I if they Don to then it might be Floryne Miller Circle Sullivan Good thing if you. Did discuss the matter with him and see if you can find out what is troubling him. If he can t put a Finger on any specific thing but just tells you that is the Way he feels then you might suggest he pay a visit to his doctor who could find out just what is wrong and make suggestions accordingly. Woman s club of Clintwood meets Clintwood spa the Clintwood senior woman s club Baptist Church with mrs. W. D. Morrison 7 pin. Ada Jackson Circle Sullivan Baptist Church with mrs. Wal Ter Reed 7 . Kingsport child study club 8 . At Liin sport utilities auditorium panel discussion by or. F. S. Flanary or. E. Gibson Davis and mrs. Viola fine.1 Dobyns Bennett Pat found ave. 6, mrs. E. W. Mcconnell Virgil ave. Emory a pcs with mrs. Carl Martin 7 . Women of first presbyterian Church As follows executive Board a.m., circles a. Luncheon 12 noon Assembly 1 , Circle lbt. Mayfair methodist Church . With mrs. D g. 3215 Clover St. Wms of first Bapt int Church a.m., preceded by executive Board at 10. Sunnyside hic will not meet mrs. Davenport he club hostess Appalachia spa mrs. Roy Davenport was hostess to members of Circle 2 of the Christian Church at her Home thursday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Blevins was chair Man and presided at the meet ing. Mrs. A. G. Bower program Leader gave the Mission lesson using the 8th chapter of acts prayer was Lead by mrs. H. A Ward. Plans were made for enter Taining the big Stone Gap worn symphony excerpts heard by music club Kingsport times tuesday feb. 9, 1954 5 excerpts from the symphonies in Solo and Trio piano arrange ments were., featured in a pro Gram presented to the Kingsport music club Friday afternoon. The club met. At the Home of mrs. A. A. Owen in Preston woods.1 wednesday because of illnesses of the Christian Church Date of the next meeting will be announced later. Judd ans Uei Inezi no. Ruusu ers Day . In girl scout neighbourhood i no. 6, thespian group to present it inv 5nrt room under direction of miss Nancy necessary Tea to follow in cafe Teria. Worn us us Usu a civic . . U. Why Don t you invite one of them. Gave a Reading entitled it takes to the prom and give your boy a Heap of living by Edgar Friend a Jolt it seems to me that e est of jul Vuu Saiid met recently at Appalachia elec a fort Robinson Pat founders Trie Power company Kitchen. I Day mrs. W. O vice president i Lynn Garden Pat founders Day . Circles of Mayfair methodist Church As follows 2, . With mrs. Raymond Killian 1117 Poplar St., mrs. De Hatcher As sisting 4, 7 . With mrs. Jennings Robinson 1664 Jefferson ave. To Lee Wesleyan service Guild . With miss Gene tin chum 1439 Waverly Road at hut for fort Robin son Lynn Garden Morison City and Ketron memorial Church. Peery Circle of holy Trinity lutheran Church 2 . In so Cial rooms mrs. De Harkins and William. Gray hostesses february 11. During the social Earl Barker held a conducted the meeting. The club collect was Given in unison and mrs. H. M. Suther land was in charge Tio nals. A Short business session was held at which ten dollars was Given to the March of dimes. Mrs. Sam Wright was program chairman. Mrs. J. I Damron mrs. Mrs. If you and he have so Many arguments and you re so resentful about his attitude toward dates you re about at the Point where you re getting tired of each other and on each other s nerves any How. The very fact that you talk about these other boys with whom you could go out indicates that you might really like it if you were free to do so. Ii a Friendship can t be Happy and free from quarrels it s not Worth much and if you were to go out with others for awhile you might find your relationship with this particular boy taking a turn for the better. Is dear miss Fairfax Ever since my boy Friend came out of the service six months ago he has been Moody and i Don t know Why. It seems especially noticeable when he is Down at my House but i can t see Why that should be because my parents like him and try to make him feel at Home. I Haven t mentioned this Moodi Ness to him because i wanted to find out first if i should. Helen t. Dear Helen even though your parents Are Walter Barnett Leader mrs. Kimber Cox of salvation speaker. Dickson Pat executive Board 2 . A pcs circles of first method hour mrs. Contest in which mrs. Hubert Clark was Winner. Mrs. Isaac Cooper was the As sisting hostess. Members present included mrs. . Ward mrs. Fred Clark Bill Blevins mrs. Elbert Barker mrs. Wayne dark mrs. A. C. Bowers mrs. Earl Barker mrs. Philip head mrs. Hubert Clark miss Edith mrs. S. Flem Dobyns year Book chairman introduced the Leader mrs. James Brockman and her co Leader mrs. Leland Davis. In an interesting manner they presented selections from four symphonies. Mrs. Brockman gave a sketch of each composer. First was Howard Hanson a contemporary who is president of Eastman conservatory at Rochester new York. His symphony ii romantic was composed in 1928. The andante was chosen As the theme music for interlocked National music Camp at inter Locken Michigan. Mrs. Davis who has attended the Camp played the andante move Merit. It is interesting to note that lyrics have also been writ Iten for this theme. The second movement from Beethoven s seventh sym phony was played by a Trio at the piano mrs. Henry Tice mrs. L. P. Gregory and mrs. Davis. The Leader explained that this music is unsurpassed As an example of what a. Great composer is Able to achieve with relatively simple Means. I the Trio then played the Sec lond movement from Haydn s Surprise symphony in g a this is among the most familiar of All our symphony themes mrs. Brockman declared. She pointed out that the simplification of the classics is frowned upon by some authorities but has been very important in familiarizing the Public with better Beethoven s fifth symphony was represented by the Well known theme music played by mrs. C. F. Early. This was Cho sen because of its familiarity and wide Appeal. In closing Tave a resume of the life of Anton Dvorak a native of Bohemia. While living in America Between 1892 and 1895, he became director of the National conservatory in new York. Much of Bis new world symphony was written in Iowa while visiting among a Colony of bohemians. As her last number mrs. Early played the movement from this symphony which has Lone been considered an authentic spiritual and is known As going preceding the program. Mrs. Tice president held a Brief Busi Ness session. During the Tea hour mrs. Y l. Hampton presided at the Tea table. Assistant hostesses Weie mrs. Richard Bailey mrs. J. W. Campbell and mrs. Benjamin Thompson. Blevins mrs. Brad Burnette mrs. Ray Mcelroy mrs. Robert Blevins mrs. Isaac Cooper and it in to vol Tico Vij v Dulc y jello . A a mtg thu is Church As. Follows 1, with mrs. Roy Davenport. Mrs. Alan Bolinger 1318 Sevier Terrace . 2, with mrs. Henry Ford 1400 Linville Monum Ito 7 t j or. Circle 2, Bethany presbyterian 3, with mrs Clay Boyd 817 Church . At the Home of Dale . 4, with mis. Roy Cloud 1410 Bristol hwy., the guest speaker of the eve Ning was mrs. Harold Davis who spoke on the american Home and religious two new members mrs. D. Siddens and mrs. Cline Powers of Haysi va., were admitted. The hostesses were mrs. R. C. Miller mrs. Bill Peebles mrs. Steve Cole and mrs. Victor Molinero. The club will not hold meet Ings during the months of june july and August. Mrs. Ellison hostess to Clintwood Circle Clintwood the Vir Ginia. Chase Circle of Clintwood Baptist Church met recently at the Home of mrs. Herbert Elli son with mrs. Mark Baker and miss Rule Harris As co hostesses. Mrs. Charles Breder was in charge of the devotionals. Mrs. B. B. Dotson served ast Ven Moun you. Talc program Leader. Mrs Troy Stal rend to with this boy. He still May hard and mrs. Izora mulls gave feel a Little self conscious in their talks on the topic for the month presence. Many Young people feel the world at our a bit awkward cd when older people a Short business session was mrs. Henry Holmes Johnson City Highway. First Christian Church circles As follows 3, with mrs. Cecil l. Durham 2113 Sherwood . 4, with mrs. Sam Hall jr., 533 it. Ida place . 5, with miss Pearl Berkley and miss Annama e Barkley 114 West Sevier . Business girls with miss Betty Mitchell civic auditorium . Night circles wms first Baptist Church will meet As follows Martha Frank Circle mrs. C. C. . 5, with mrs. W. S. Vaught 225, Mullins ., for covered dish luncheon 6, with mrs. Clyde Smith 118 Patton . Thursday Manor Pat p. M. Circle 4 of Waverly Road presbyterian Church 8 . With mrs. Bill Marsh 801 Yadkin St., mrs. Nancy Weaver assisting. Intr. Manor Pat . Cedar View hic with mrs. W. Overbay 1377 Catawba Street a. Buchanan 109 e. Gibson St. Ruth Womack Circle miss Hazel at 2 . Couch and miss Stella Sullivan Pat founders Day 114 Oak Street Florine Miller 2 . Executive meeting new arrivals Mark Gregory Cloninger son of or. And mrs. Harold d. Clon Inger Nelms St., at Hoiston Ley Community Hospital feb. 4, weighing 7 pounds ounces. Elizabeth Jean Bellamy daughter of or. And mrs. Isaac c. Bellamy jr., route 6, at Hych feb. 5, weighing 8 pounds 2y2 ounces. Janet Lee Richardson Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Lee Roy Richardson 1946 fort Robinson drive at Hych 7, weigh ing 7 pounds 12 ounces. Penneys Are do their around even though the adults Helcz and Curcie voted to give heir Best to put them at to the Church 11 if your boy Friend s is apparent chiefly under these circumstances try to pay no Tion to it. Atten on the other hand if he is Moody most of the time that is a differ ent matter and not a healthy state Twenty dollars to the Church Library for new books. Members present were mrs. George Branham mrs. Theodosia Davenport mrs. Earl Fleming mrs. Logan Hibbitts mrs. Bess Mccoy mrs. Tolby Owens mrs. Circle mrs Jack storm jr., 2237 Sherwood Road Dorcus Fowler Circle mrs. Melvin Martin 1549 Carolina Avenue Elizabeth Hale Circle mrs. Lamar Harrell 814 Birch Street. Wednesday Washington Chapel a pcs 2 . With mrs. Erect Harris. St. Margaret s chapter of St. Paul s episcopal auxiliary 10 a. M. With mrs. Joel b. Stevens 1612 Pineola ave. Paauw 8 . At Kingsport utilities. Westview methodist a pcs Cir cles . As follows 4, mrs. Ent matter Ana Noi a sea Iury Matiie Mccoy mrs. Tidy Owens mis. Of mind for any Young Man. Pos caries Perkins mrs. R. L. Sibly this Chap s experiences in the j h is Henry Short mrs. Cles . As Lulu is. I ivaio., Dennis Wilhoit 613 Fairview 5, j with mrs. L. F. Triplett mrs. T. Mrs. Harold Johnson 575 Virgil i j. Catron quiet than he used to be. My advice to you would be to mrs. Leon Hylton. Mrs. Rachel was Wel Ivy. Y Riu Vajc cd j a i a wait a Little while and see if these 1 corned As a visitor. What every Good Cook knows . Woodlawn Garden club civic auditorium 1 . For business meeting. Iris Garden club will be guests at 2 . Lor showing of pictures on african violets. Circles of Westview methodist a pcs . As follows 3, mrs. Carl Pyle 229 Woodbine 1, mrs. Tommy Bacon Skyline rotary ladies night. American society of civil engineers dinner. Civitan committee dinner. Wednesday girls cotillion club dinner honouring former Mem Bers. Optometrists dinner. Drive. Day Golf and Circle 3 of Mayfair methodist i Bridge. National association of costs accountants. Church . With mrs. E. N. Frazier 210 e. Sevier St. Business women s Circle of first presbyterian Church 6 . For covered dish supper. Edgewood sewing club 2 . Service league dinner dance. Steak party Ruth Bray pianist. Reservations. Cout just a Little difference in ingredients makes a big difference in cooking results Snowdrift is just a Little lighter than any other shorten ing and that can make the big difference in giving your family lighter More digestible foods. 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They know by their own experience that a scout Leader is the kind of a Man they want to guide their sons. Boy scouts of America sponsored in behalf of boy scout week by Kingsport press inc. Always first quautyl1 wednesday Surprise number 6 women s Broadcloth pyjamas Febj-13 week Sanford Zed washable assorted colors women s brassieres 2 for closeouts White Only broken sizes reduced remnants Terry towels huge assortment piece goods dept. First Quality full size--20x40 Stock up now men s socks 3pr.s1 top Quality Birdseye diapers highly absorbent first Quality Pillow cases 00 priced to Clear sturdy Muslin size 42x36 5 for

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