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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeMary Haworth says depriving one s family to help sister seems Mary Haworth my band a skilled labourer is close to 60. a comfortable Liv ing and our modest Home is paid for. We have two children a ton 12, to rear and educate and an older son married whom we week s club events women s work help a Little because we want to give him a Good Start. We Are so thankful for what we have. My worry is a younger sister Ellen in her late thirties who has 11 children ranging from in fancy to 15. Life is a bitter Strug Gle for them although they do As Well As possible with what they have. For years i have collected and sent them Good donated clothing twice a year. And at Christmas we always Send a big Box of things. We stopped giving to others so we could do More for Ellen s household. Now her health has failed and she must have Complete rest for a few months. My Brothers who Are better Able Send her Money but not enough to cover the added expenses of her illness. What Friday Jackson Jamboree 8 p. In auditorium. Gunnings Pat . At school in observation of Fath ers Basket supper will be served. Tusculum College alumni association . In club rooms of civic auditorium dinner served by Oes. Guest speakers will be or. And mrs. Wesley by Gay Pattley. Up staff correspondent new York two Small daughters who got fed up Witt mama being a reporter started Elisa Bialk on her successful Ca reer As author of children s books. Miss Bialk a Winnetka 111., housewife girls aged and Mother of 12 and 14, says two the children used to protest Mother Why Don t you write some thing we can City chapter 116 Oes Roper. Gate . For initiation. A pcs of Mountain View meth Odist Church rummage Sale 9 . At old chamber of com Merce building Broad Street. Bell Ridge Pat . A pcs of West View methodist Church is sponsoring a Bazaar and Ham dinner in the Church Fellowship Hall. The Public is invited. Miller Perry fall festival Tolj a Ever is sent must be a gift a loan is out to help As much As she pin. Public is invited. Needs will take hundreds of Dol a Virginia club luncheon 1 . Ars but i hate living in Comfort at Ridge Fields country club. Knowing her circumstances. If Clyde my husband were willing would it be right to take Money from his savings to Send to Ellen it would worry him not the thought Well author said. Why that was several years ago and i be been turning pm out Ever her eighth the Silver purse published by has just come out. The writer in private life mrs. Martin Krautter wife of a Chi Cago advertising executive was editor of a weekly newspaper columnist for a Magazine and reporter in Chicago before she changed her Field. Many duties her children s books Are writ ten in Between her duties As a homemaker conferences with her publisher in new York and lectures to children s groups hostesses will be mrs we. Ring or mrs. W. L. Highsmith. And around the nation. Mrs. William buckles. Or Bank Pat 3 . Members Are asked to note change in House to Ronen u a who to have a Little backlog Security Date. His work is seasonal and if he St. Dominic s men s club he to Twink gets sick our insurance is surely the Only financial Aid we could expect. Also i owe a Good life to our boy and we help at school and Church to make him feel he belongs. What do you think is the right thing to do knowing Ellen s need f f dear f. Of before venturing opinions on the right thing in the circumstances one should Snow More about Ellen s Situa Tion and the history of her needs than you reveal. If she has eleven children one of them an infant presumably she has a husband in the picture. And what is he doing in terms of coping with the present crisis or i prov d Bingo 8 p. At St. Dominic s school. Turkeys will be Given for prizes. Tickets May be obtained at door. Saturday Golda memorial methodist Church a pcs sapper at fellow ship Hall Between . The running Winnetka Al though she has occasional help i never can find a Matt to suit she said with a laugh i usually hire someone when i Start on a Book and when the manuscript is done i fire her for incompetence. There s a saying around our House to the one manuscript done one maid gone " the blonde Blue eyed writer a woman of about 40, also has found time to turn out several articles for National magazines Trio that always makes a hit in Gilbert and Sullivan s the which will be presented by american Savoyards saturday at . At civic auditorium. Front to Back Are Joan Brower Barbara Tracy and Sally Knapp. The satire on to be presented saturday by famed troupe the acclaimed Bert and Sullivan s most popular operetta will be presented by he american Savoyards under he management of Charles l. Wagner at civic auditorium sat proceeds will go to new Church j some Short stories and one play Leila. Barley unit rummage Sale of Wesleyan service of Broad Street methodist Church . In building formerly occupied by army store on com Merce Street opposite City bus terminal. Circle 3 of Mafali methodist Church rummage Sale l ing responsibility for the Large old chamber of Commerce family he has begot or in con budding. Serving his wife s health and in Long ties auditorium. Chestnut Ridge practice of unselfish Nuu Lumby consideration on his part Lor in Shadeed a stance Street. Your Appeal for guidance in helping Ellen brings to mind cer Tain instructive views set Forth in question and answer form in the a handbook on child spacing copyrighted and issued by the Latz foundation with ecclesiastical approval. The Book is addressed to such mar ried persons As Are entitled to the information it contains and this information has to do with a rational method of limiting the size of their families. On Page 144 of the rhythm we find this relevant counsel we Are bound in conscience to go to the assistance of our neighbor who is in offer ing honorable self help Educa Tion if this seems indicated. However the Point is made that the Gravity of our obligation to help is in proportion to the neighbor s our Abil Ity to help. Thus if we weigh your financial ability to help Ellen against this definition of duty we May have to concede you be no Cash to Send. Your re sources Are nil. It seems unjust to deprive your husband of Nis Bare margin of Security frugally amassed merely to compensate for another s mismanage ment of life. Ellen s great Appeal to your sympathies has to do with the size of her family no doubt and your compassion beautifies your character. But the rhythm forthrightly challenges the moral warrant for such improvident re productivity. The passage Page 134 on this subject is As follows a Are married per sons obliged to bring into the world All the children they can a far from being an obligation such a course May be utterly in defensible. Broadly speaking chapter of Dae rummage Sale a. In Shadeed building 319 e. Sulli monday Ometa chapter Beta Signet which was adapted for a movie starring Barry Fitzgerald Veronica Lake and Joan Caulfield. Keeps her Busy her work keeps her As Busy As a Rush hour bus Driver she said. She added i d rather have it this Way than find myself play ing Bridge every i work against a publisher s she continued but publishers Don t allow for Chil Dren catching mumps. A Hus band May Admire your talents As a writer but he still wants his shirts sent to the laundry. Peo ple say it s wonderful the Way i find time to write. I Don t. I urday at . The curtain hour was set to enable fans attending the ten Nessee Kentucky game in Knox Ville to make the opening act w. C. Mchorris Kingsport recreational d i r e c to r announced Friday. Phi p. M., Kingsport Titi i Hack it out of a cast Iron Day. Some of them want to know and town units of league of women Vot ers mrs. R. E. Being ton 3706 Bristol Highway . Jackson Heights and Green Field units of league of women voters mrs. G. W. Hakanson 906 Linville Street 8 p. Kozy Korner Klub . At first methodist Church. Past matrons and past patrons of Liberty chapter Oes . With mrs. Robert rus sell 1517 lament St., mrs. I. Fuller and mrs. Boyd hitter As sisting hostesses. Tuesday a pcs of Mayfair methodist Church p. At Church. Chrysanthemums Are Garden club subject the culture of Chrysanthe mums was the title of a talk Given by mrs. T. R. Bandy at the november meeting of the House and Garden club monday at the Home of mrs. R. L. Peters sr., with mrs. S. Flem Dobyns As co hostess. After mrs. Bandy. Whether her fictional characters Are real others want to know about her own two children. Ask state president address kit. Council mrs. R. L. Mcreynolds Pas president of Tennessee federa Tion of Garden clubs will be guest speaker at the december luncheon of Kingsport Council chrysanthemum gardens o Minnesota were shown by Joe Johnson. In introduction mrs. Bandy said chrysanthemums w e r Virginia briefs Gate Rev. Lester Ferguson has accepted a position As pastor of the Gate City Baptist Church. A native of Russell county he formerly served As pastor at Mouth of Wilson a. Or. And mrs. Ferguson Are moving Here this week. White Sulphur Willie Snow Etheridge native of Richmond va., and wife of the publisher of the Louisville Cour Ier journal and times delivered a luncheon address thursday chiding newspapermen of the Southern newspaper publishers association. It s impossible to take them As seriously As they take them she said. They think they know everything. Yet it amazing How wrong they some times can the author and former news paper woman said newspaper men and publishers feed on excitement talk in drama think of themselves As romantic pm Sanders and drink everything except Richmond senator Harry Byrd said thursday he will introduce his Resolution for a sin Gle appropriations Bill into the new Congress. He described the Bill As the key to a balanced budget an an eventual reduction in federa taxes. Big Stone c Gilmer u. S. District attorney of Pulaski has announced he expects to submit his resignation when president elect Eisenhowe appoints a new attorney Genera he has been District attorney More than six years. He serve not a newly formed aggregation of g and s performers the Savoyards recently completed 575 performances in new York and Are now on a 10-week countrywide tour. The productions Nave been staged by mrs. Dorothy Raedler who is considered the greatest authority on g and s in this country. Her objective is to bring traditional Gilbert and Sullivan Art to the attention of theatregoers throughout the country. When the troupe presented the Mikado in Springfield Bernice Moore is honoured at party miss Bernice Moore was Hon ored on her eighteenth birthday recently with a party Given at her Home at pleasant Valley. Hostesses for the event were mrs. John Moore mrs. J. C. King and mrs. Clyde Harrison. Guests included Virginia Moore Howard Ford Marie Moore Ernest Mckee Olivene Moore buddy Adams Louise Blankenship Jimmy Mckee Betty Ann Moore Stewart Dillie Blankenship Don Solo Mon Claudine Ford Bill Rector to main Marlyn keys Carl Ford thorium Kingsport times Friday nov. 21, 1952 5 Goldilocks and the three bears step right out of a storybook into your Little girl s arms thrilling Christmas gift easy to Crochet Goldilocks is 10 inches bears 14 inches 11 i and 8 inches tall Send for Goldilocks pattern 7037 three bears pattern 7108. Each pattern is 25 cents. Send in coins for each Pat Tern to Kingsport times 4 household arts dept., p. O. To of k week contest l winners announced Susan Penley 8, and Charles Boyd 10, named win ners in the Kingsport Public u Rary s Book contest for children which ended this week. The two winners read More looks than other contestants in heir age groups since the Eon est began in August mrs. W. W. Smith children s librarian said participating in the contest were 61 children. Susan is the daughter of or. And mrs. Kemp r. Penley Cliff Ide and Charles is the son of or. And mrs. W. D. Boyd. 142 e. Sevier. Each child will receive m As prize. Child study club gives books to City the Kingsport child study club has Given 83 books from its own collection to the Kings Ort Public Library mrs. Anne it. Summers librarian said. Included in the group Are 22 adult books on psychology of the child from one to six and 61 books for children of this age. We Are giving these books to the Library because we want them available to More people and feel that the Library is the logical said mrs. Rich Ard Brockman librarian of the club. More Man six years no so Lac Hou Senoia arts uepi., r. Duas assistant District attorney old Chelsea station neck club luncheon at noon. 40 club dinner and dance. And mrs. Club dance. Kingsport today Ivia Iier 11 .1 Aji Auricc Harrison Lawrence Ford Ciu Ford Robert Frost Mildred now. A Nim Aktyl Voltl Smith Billy Dingus Betty Jean Ter Smith. Harland Rector Shirley rec Tor g. N. Harrison Wilma Dean keys Ralph Martin Olivene _ Welner roast saturday civic auditorium the Mikado in auditorium Stern Toni Center a mar a room activities Al lie in tit Lill tin we Ivicic mass., nov. 10, the Harold Moore Sona Willis a. It. Tel daily news hailed it As Excel Lent and perfect in the critic continued these american Savoyards gave a performance which left room for improvement which Only a Bor ing perfectionist could detect. The music was never subdued to of Garden clubs Learned at a meeting in the Home of mrs. J. C. White coun cil president. Mrs. Mcreynolds who is cur rent chairman of state Flower shows will address the group wednesday dec. 3, at Ridge Fields country club. Her topic married couples Haven t the right to bring into the world children whom they Are unable to support Koch Preuss a handbook of moral now for specific suggestions to tide Ellen through the Emer gency you might get a part time Job and Send her your wages. Also you might discuss her Case with a social worker to plan ways and Means of bringing her maimed household under the Wing of a family service Agency. Finally you might get from a doctor a copy of the rhythm for education in better living. My Mary Haworth counsels through her column not by mail or personal interview. Write her in care of Kingsport times news. W. W. Randolph Wood Mont Street was admitted last Sun Day for treatment in Rutherford Hospital Rutherfordton n. C or. Randolph is the c. C. And o Railroad agent Here. Brought to America in 1789 from China where they had been cultivated for More than years. They immediately be came popular Here because of their hardiness and lasting qual Ity As Cut a u c c e Soful chrysanthemum culture depends upon three important she declared preparation of soil be Ore planting adequate watering f plants As they grow regular dusting of foliage and if specimen Flowers Are desired systematic details of necessary Steps to be taken Fol owed. The coloured slides shown after he talk and discussion revealed Many varieties and colors of which Are cultivated today. Members brought f All arrange ments and Blue ribbons were won by the following club Mem there s magic far your child the Book will be Christmas arrange also on the luncheon program will be a demonstration of gift wrapping by mrs. C. J. Copeland members were told. Each club is requested to provide a Holiday arrangement to be used on the tables. The arrangement is not to measure More than 12 inches in height 18 inches in length Width in proportion mrs. White announced. Mrs. W. B. Hincke civic chair Man gave suggestions for future planting. The Council voted to contribute for planting projects. The group decided to us statute a fall Flower show Ach october for the annual prong event. Two newly organized clubs Ere reported by mrs. White Ris club with mrs. C. B. Arm Trong president and town and country club with mrs. Joe Gil Mer As president. According to mrs. White other clubs Are now being organized. New officers for the coming ear will be installed at the de Ember meeting. Gymnastics or tomfoolery but Harrison the humor both delicate and Moore Brash was Well in conclusion the reviewer stated no one in this area who considers himself even a Candi Date for a Happy fan club should miss this the Wagner company received v ave notices from noted m e m d e is critics Dur eng its Nin there. Ernon Rice of new York Post commented i went i saw i was Brooks Atkinson of new York times wrote miss Raedler and tier associates know the style of Avoy opera and they convey skilfully. Their approach is Jay Ferguson Gladine Harrison Clyde Harrison Aster Bacon. Carl Moore Bernice Moore. Cecil Smith Ella Mae Moore Billy Joe Blankenship Edna Moore Sam Mie Harrison Juanita King j. C. King Gary Moore. Landon har Rison Ronnie Moore Carmel Tommie King Jojin an icon scope is a to camera tube. Room Active Lei York 11, n. Y. Print Plain name address zone and pattern number. Six Complete easy to Mak patterns printed right in the exciting Alice Brooks needlework Book see 91 illustrations of you favorite needlecraft patterns All Thrifty useful ideas for you Home your family yourself. Sen for your copy today j. Mccrea pledges Alpha Tau Omega frat. James e. Mccrea freshman at Middlebury College in Vermont was recently pledged to Alpha Tau Omega one of the nine Cam pus fraternities. He is the son of or. And mrs. G. F. Mccrea 1228 Watauga St. Safer cough Relief when new drugs or old fail to help your cough or Chest cold Don t delay. Or emulsion contains Only Safe help Ful proven ingredients and no narcotics nature s procetto. It goes into the bronchial system to Aid nature soothe and heal raw tender inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed to please or your druggist re funds Money. Or emulsion has stood the test of Many millions of users. Or emulsion am Kingsport theatre Guild sponsored by rotary club double door mystery november . Dobyns Bennett auditorium admission adults students 50c ers mrs. S. H. Anderson mrs Robyns mra. Peters and mrs Bandy. The tragic love of fan one of Broadway s Bif Gert stars the reached the Peak of Fame and Only to squander it All on a Man who stole her heart and made a mockery of her love. Here u the Story of Fob Loui Fanny who Sang and lived the tra Gic Ballad my get your copy of the new december Home journal and read it today musical. The operas Are Sung by Roung people with trained voices. Jut they also know that Savoy opera is a satire on the stuff less of the conventional oper teas of Gilbert s time and on he manners of victorian so piety. There is just the right ouch of dry mischievous for Mality in the acting. Altogether his is one of the most Delight us entertainments the town of in the cast of experienced g and s artists Are Ronald Bush Marvin Worden Rue Arnold Walker Josef Lemmen Henry Fitzgibbon Sally Knapp Barbara Tracy Joan Brower and Mary Ellen Thompson. Con ducting the orchestra will be Elizabeth de Martini. Tickets Are available at j. Fred Johnson co. And civic auditorium. The Kingsport appear Ance is sponsored by the recreation department. Plan now Backer Bros. Har1.es l Wagner Fofi i a Moom my Tosti m car Kingsport civic auditorium sat., nov. . 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Hay to cover the funeral of in Ozark Mountain Farmer s son who was killed in France. After the ceremony the newspaper Man wandered through the Backwoods country chatting with the Hill folks and swapping stories. This inquiring Young City boy sort of struck their fancy and they invited him to attend a Hoe Down they were giving that night in a log Cabin. At Dawn the next Day the swirl ing dances stopped and George d. Hay went Back to Memphis to write his Story. But the thought of those people and their Hoe Down stuck with him and became an obsession. Not too Many years later with the Advent of radio George put his dream into reality and conceived a show for the air Waves that tomorrow eve Ning celebrates its Twenty seventh anniversary on the air the grand Ole opry has played to Over people during its stay in Nashville and is the oldest continuous commercial program in radio history All because a few simple Hill Foults invited George d. Hay to attend their Hoe Down some thirty years before Jesse James mister Roberts and Perkins Are slated to share Mike chores this evening at on Abc s Best plays entitled the Missouri it s a lovable comedy about the last eight Days in the life of Jesse James. John Forsythe known to millions of mid West play goers As the Navy s mister dons the Robes of the immortal Jesse and Virginia Payne

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