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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 9, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeBeatrice Fairfax says undecided couple should hot consider engagement dear miss Fairfax i am a girl of 15, and have been engaged for about four months to a boy 19, with whom i have been going about a year. Right after we became engaged he joined the marines and planned to get married on his first leave. But i changed my ther some time and try to get him to see that while he has Rufeen out of the House All Day your Mother has been working there for the same length of time and needs then Tell a change now him you know and How tired he must be when he gets Home from his heavy Day s work mind about getting married and that you realize he just soon because i Don t really love i to rest but that perhaps him and i Don t want to get mar ried. Besides that i want to go out with other boys because i like sitting Home every while my boy Friend is Don t night away. He seems to be crazy about me and i m afraid it will Hurt him he might be willing to look at your Mother s Side of things and want her to g6 out for a Good time when she feels like it. When people have been away working All Day they often feel they can rest by just staying Home and relaxing. But others whose work is in the Home find that outside if i break our engagement. I heard though that before he recreation is often the Best rest came Home the last time he was j for them. To a girl he used to Goj you might try talking this so i Don t see How he can Over in your own Way with your love me so very much if he was i father some time when he seems writing to another girl. It will be feeling Good. Don t let him Over six months before he gets i get the idea though that your another leave so i would like Mother suggested you talk to know what to do about this. Him. Tell him right away that j. R. H. You thought of it yourself after dear . I hearing them argue so much. You say you Are afraid this boy and Don t be too discouraged if be Hurt if you break your you find he does t agree with engagement but perhaps he is you. It s often hard for parents feeling just the same Way you do i to admit that their children May and is afraid of hurting you right and they May be wrong. He suggested that the engage one Way i m sure you can help ment be broken. On the other j though is by always being As hand the fact that he writes to cheerful and Happy and patient another girl need not necessarily j As you can around Home and Al has stopped ways ready to lend a hand with because it is j the chores. Both your father and indicate that he caring about you n. Robinson and. E. Devault poured presiding at a to morning Coffee honors Kin Nicks a morning Coffee in Honor of or. And mrs. Roy e. Kinnick was Given by the faculty of Dobyns Bennett High school at Ridge Fields country club recently. Mrs. Ross mrs. George Coffee while ble beautifully decorated with yellow roses. With the Coffee Dainty sandwiches and pastries were served. During the Forenoon or. Kin Nick was presented some fishing equipment. Ralph e. Kennedy made the presentation in the name of the group. Among those present were or. And mrs. Ralph Ackerman Bill Blevins or. And mrs. Guy b. Crawford miss Blanche Crigger mrs. Roy Dempsey or. And mrs. Robert Devault mrs. Dorothy Dye miss Grace Elmore miss Hettie Ewalt or. Robert fans Low mrs. W. D. Fogleman miss Rita Groseclose mrs. her ring miss Marie Hutchinson and mrs. John h. Johnson. Or. And mrs. Ralph e. Kennedy miss Anna Kilgore. Miss Dor Othy King mrs. Joe Layne miss Lucile Massengill Tom Mccon Nell miss Lucy Mae Mcmillan miss Nancy necessary miss Des Sie Nisbett or. And mrs. Paul Oxley miss Margaret Phlegar miss Catherine Powers miss Ruth Ramer miss Katherine Reed and or. And mrs. Jack Roberts. Miss Geneva Robertson Ross n. Robinson Cecil Rollins miss Only natural that boys in service i your Mother will be More Likely i Margaret Schmidt or. An i mrs. Should like to get Many to listen to you if you show them Paul Shank or. And mrs. E. L. Shelor w. W. Smith miss Ruth Springer or. And mrs. Dana irom As Many people As possible. That you Are a responsible de but after All both of daughter who is really specially very Young j interested in her Home to be settling Down to a Long en-1 gag ement and i think it would be much Wiser if the two of you agreed that you would not con Sider yourselves formally engaged. At 15, it s far More nor Mal for you to be going out with lots of friends than to be sitting Home every night alone. I suggest that you write the Young Man a letter and Tell him As tactfully and nicely As you can. Just How you feel. Even sup posing that he still does want to marry you he will certainly be far less Hurt to know now that you have changed your mind than to find it out after a Long period of Happy anticipation or to hear it from someone other than yourself. Dear miss Fairfax i have a problem which has to do with my parents. My father is a truck Driver and usually works late hours. When he comes Home Early my Mother wants to go out some place and he won t let her go. I would like to know what to do to make Nur Home Happy and not have my Mother and father angry All the time. I am 11 years old. B. S. Dear b. A you a very thoughtful and Loving daughter to want to do what you can to make your Home Happy and it is Lovely to see a girl so Young taking an interest in her parents problems. Do you think that you could have a Little talk with your a Swick and miss Martha Wray. Suitable for Beach or Mountain vacation Are these shorts and pedal Pusher ensembles worn by miss Frances Bolton left and miss Carole Walker. Miss Freda Gott left and miss Helen Gray graduates of Lynn View High school Are shown at the fashion show which was held by the Joann shop for recent graduates from area schools. After summer fashions were displayed the girls were entertained with a splash party at the Ridge Fields Pool followed by refreshments. Week s club events tuesday King sport Art Guild with mrs. Harry Coover 1332 Greenfield ave., at p. M. For a member exhibit. Kingsport child study club 8 . At Kingsport utilities John Martin will speak on safety for our circles of first Christian Church 3 . Are As follows 3, mrs. J. S. Crawford 1225 Chest nut is. 4, mrs. Ben Eller 926 Myrtle St. 5, mrs. Paul Story 1252 Catawba. Circles 4 and 5 of Bethel presbyterian Church . At j. Fred Johnson Park for picnic. Wesley Fellowship with or. And mrs. Earl Rutledge 518 Fairview ave. A pcs circles of Mayfair meth Odist Church As follows 2 with mrs. Martin Light horse Creek Road 3 with mrs. C. P. Smith 1928 stadium court 6 meets Church. Wednesday Kathleen Manley Circle of the Ford town Baptist Church with mrs. Jim Zimmerman at p. M. A pcs of Washington Chapel methodist Church at p. M. In the Church. Circh 5 of Westview methodist Church 2 . With mrs. Nick Showalter 933 Walnut ave. Circle 4 of Westview methodist Church . With mrs. Carl Hall 902 Walnut ave. Circle 6 of Westview methodist Church at pin. With mrs. T. L. Moneyhun 830 Fairview ave. Circles of first Christian Church 2 . As follows 1, mrs. Lucy Burdine Bloomingdale Road 2, mrs. John Boles 110 e. Charlemont. Business girls Circle of first Christian Church . At j. Fred Johnson Park for covered dish supper. Women of the first Presby Terian Church executive Board meeting a. M. Bible teach ers meeting Circle meet Ings lunch noon inspirational meeting 1 . St. Dominic s Guild regular monthly meeting at 8 . In the school auditorium. Emory a pcs at the Church. A pcs circles of first meth Odist Church As follows 2 with mrs. C. E. Kennedy 530 fair Mont 3 with mrs. A. V. Lee 1209 Oak St. 4 with mrs. M. W. Compton 805 Birch St. 5 with mrs. W. S. Vaught 225 Mullins St. 6 with mrs. C. F. Watkins 506 Watauga St. Thursday Cleveland Pat in the school reports graduating honors miss Surratt mrs. Hughes miss Rowena Surratt and mrs. Joyce Yates Hughes were valedictorian and salutatorian respectively of the 1953 graduating class of Dickenson memorial High school. Miss Surratt is the daughter of or. And mrs. Luther Surratt and mrs. Hughes is the Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Leslie Yates. Miss Helen Morelock and miss Helen Ruth de Pew of Sullivan High school were among guests at a fashion show sponsored by the Joann shop Friday evening at Ridge Fields. Carriers ban Quet. Civitan committee meeting and dinner. Ladies Day Golf and Bridge. Women s invitational Buffet dinner. Dance. Faycette Buffet dinner and1 Bridge. And mrs. Club dinner dance. J san Jose state s oldest current football rivalry is with which was met for the first time in 1900. Stanford has won Alii 10 games in the series. I the Faith missionary Baptist Church biblical premi Lemial calvinist Baptistin every sunday at the City Mission building located at 427 e. Sullivan St. Bible study at 10 . Preaching at 11 . And . Everyone invited to attend Only the word of god preached and taught. Elder w. A. Smith pastor so Beautiful so powerful hmm l Pattara. That coh Kaki. Moi he a West so Roomy so lows me Dobyns Taylor judge Pontiac purely from the standpoint of futility and it s hard to believe that it is actually a Low priced car. Certainly it s As distinctively styled As any car on the its Beauty carries through into its luxurious Roomy body by Fisher. Performance Wise Pontiac is second to none with Power to spare that whisks you through City traffic or cruises with remarkable Economy. And Pontiac is a big car with a Long 122-Inch wheelbase. But Pontiac s outstanding feature is its prices Low that if you can afford any new car you can afford a Pontiac. Come in and get the facts that prove that Dollar for Dollar you can t beat a Pontiac j Dollar you can beat a Tiac Brashear Pontiac inc Clay Street opposite City Hall lunchroom at 8 p. M. Fort Robinson missionary Baptist Young women s auxiliary at 7 p. M. A pcs Circle.4of Mayfair meth Odist Church at p. M. In the Church. Woodlawn Garden club 1 ., with mrs. Carl Terry 1418 Bris Tol Highway mrs Terry will speak on roses and their Cul each member bring full blown Rose and Rosebud. Marjorie fallen Circle of High land Park methodist at . With s. S. Board wine on Holly drive. Circle 1 of Westview methodist Kingsport times tuesday june 9, 1953 Church 8 . With mrs. Scott Pyle 701 Riverside. Circle 3 of Westview methodist Church . At the Church. Circle 2 of Bethel presbyterian Church . With mrs. J. Blake Faris 1445 Miller St. Circle 1, Waverly Road. Presbyterian Church with mrs. Helen Austin 1657 Newbern Road at 8 . Edgewood sewing club 2 . With mrs. Luke Bellamy area b. Co hostesses Are mrs Nelson Taylor and mrs. George Farris. Oes 10 . With mrs. Edna Gehres 1022 Catawba St., to sew for the red Cross. Phone 1520 Mahalia Jackson Queen of the nation s gospel singers a favorite of u. S. And Europe hear her tuesday june 16th 8p.m. Douglass High school Advance Sale White music lovers coloured music lovers children 75c i Riverview get Advance Sale tickets at sobels mid Way Grill Carson grocery Cherokee motors i life tavern Wallace s news general admission at the door si.50 children general admission use s t Quality wednesday . Specials 80-Square Percale c full bolts summer patterns Van printed colors 38" wide a real value basement toddlers Sun dresses washable in bossed Cotton o pastel shades second floor women s Cotton Batiste half slips e Shadow panel o eyelet Ems. 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