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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - October 2, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeMary Haworth says husband s sentiments of marriage Are adolescent dear Mary Haworth in july i married Ellen 41, a Sweet Lovely girl whom i have known for 10 years. She was a close Friend of my late wife who died two years ago. I am 51, live a Christian life have implicit Faith in god and believe it was his will that brought Ellen and me together finally. She is a charming girl of Christian character but very frigid. She thinks she cares for me but her actions give me doubts. She dated a younger Man for five years before we married and i am wondering if she loves him. She does t like to be kissed and thinks our honeymoon should have ended after three weeks. I say love and affection go together and a honeymoon need never end. My work involves travelling in the educational Field and during our honeymoon trip she met Many of my professional friends who admired her greatly and told her she had married a Good Man. She liked them too and could be a great help in my work if she would cooperate but she does t like to travel. She wants i to live in her Home town among her friends but i say she can make friends Here tin my head quarters City or anywhere she May go As she has a winning Way. 1 acceptance includes full Realiza Tion that the other person is Dif Ferent from oneself with differ ent needs and probably different wishes and should t be taxed for what he is not. He in t responsible for that. About Ellen i imagine that this was a marriage of convenience from her viewpoint and she hoped that a sense of be longing of sympathy and reciprocal affection would develop in a climate of mature cooperation. Instead of accepting her realistically however and respecting her sincerity evident in her refusal to pretend what she does t you Are trying to subjugate her into playing along with your self serving theories of conjugal Harmony. This is your mistake. Concern yourself to change that and you May set her a Good example leading to the growth of a Fine relationship. M. H. Mary Haworth counsels through her column not by mall or per Sonal interview. Write her in care of Kingsport times news. For o _ o c to v6 q is in Llady service at Holston Valley Good Money and have some put aside but i have to watch my step As i can t risk being Digap unit chair the training which consists of seven two hour courses will her senses dear d a d. R. Maybe it would help Ellen s morale and endear you to her if you were to come to your senses too. If she does t go for adolescent Type necking and petting with you on an everlasting honeymoon basis that s hardly grounds for divorcing her. Rather it suggests that you to take a fresh objective look at your philosophy and technique of Loving to learn your kisses Are tedious to her. Discussing the subject of growth through love and the specialist or. Homey says that a Good love relationship is achieved Only by Effort and she suggests certain qualifications we must have in order to attain iof of applicants. Every one must cal1 it. First is the willingness and the capacity for Friendly accept Ance of the partner As he or she really is. Next is the feel ing of mutuality which supposes the existence of a basis of equal Ity in the sense that both part ners Are entitled to respect and cation Blanks even though a Gray lady May have been previously contacted for application. Mrs. Zacharias will mail each applicant a Blank which must be completed and sent Back to her immediately. Gray ladies Are required by red Cross to give 104 hours of Volunteer services each Calendar year. New arrivals Catherine Anne Miller Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. James e. Miller Kingsport route 3, at Holston Valley Community hos Pital sept. 25, weighing 7 pounds 1 ounce. Brenda Jeanette Branscome daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Branscome 2005 Bristol High Way at Hych sept. 30, weighing 8 pounds 2 ounces. Judith Karen Jones daughter consideration and a we feel-1of or. And Ralph h. Jones ing that this is our route 6, at Hych our happiness. Third is Emo sept. 28, weighing 8 pounds tonal sincerity which implies iy2 ounces withholding the expression of Laura Rhea Culbertson Daugh feelings we Don t have and Ike Ter of or. And mrs. Ray Culbert assumes willingness to express those feelings we have son Kingsport. Route 9, at Hych sept. 26, weighing 6 pounds 4 that Are immeasurably import ounces. Tant to another. I Glenna Colleen Babb Daugh speaking of the capacity for Ter of or. And mrs. Will Babb acceptance or. Horney warns Kingsport route 6, at Hych that it is not to be confused with sept. 27, weighing 9 pounds Blind idealization of another ounces. Person which in effect is ask Frances Irene Kerns daughter ing for Blind admiration of one self in turn. Idealization of the partner or what is More Mutual admiration May be quite pleasant for a says Hor Ney but there is much to be said against it it blurs our critical vision prevents us from seeing what really should be she reminds us too that the critical faculty is not synonymous with fault finding which is a habit of harping on shortcomings without taking the whole into account. Real acceptance consists in be ing aware of the Artner s As sets and shortcoming not merely in tolerant spirit but with constructive interest a Friendly conviction that the shortcomings sunday Are neither fatal nor final. This i g of or. And mrs. Charlie s. Kerns fort Blackmore va., at Hych sept. 30, weighing 7 pounds 3 ounces. Kingsport today thursday civic auditorium came Boom open. Shower party in club rooms 1, 2, and 3 hooked hug making in club Roomi 4 nod 5 child guidance in Corner room d lass recreation Center outdoor activities Saidat cd rec auditorium football frolics in entire building Don limits recreation Center touch football Volley Ball game room activities saturday Cylc auditorium gospel singing in main auditorium Douglass recreation Center game room activities week s club events thursday Borden Community club at . In club House. Host esses will be mrs. T. L. Shealy and mrs h. M. Belk. Circle one of a Ltd Manor meth Odist Church at p. M. With mrs. Bill Morley. Keystone Bible class of first methodist Church at p. M. With or. And mrs. Sidney sword 622 Walnut ave. Fidelis class of first Baptist Church at p. M. In the Church. Lynn View Pat . In the school auditorium for Short business session. Following this parents will visit teachers in their Home rooms. Washington Lee Pat at 7 . At Ridge Fields country club for dinner and card party complimenting teachers. Circle one of Highland Park methodist Church with mrs. C. C. Harris 3213 Bristol Highway . Springdale club at . With mrs. Roy Anderson. Loyal marions class of first Christian Church at p. M. With mrs. R. B. Bade 125 ten Nessee St. Circles of Ketron memorial methodist Church As follows three at 2 p. M. With mrs. W. J. Fields Roan Street four at p. M. With mrs. Cecil Bevins May Street. Belvue Good neighbor club at p. M. With mrs. Edgar Guam 1650 Lincoln ave. Mrs. W. E. Duncan will be co hostess. Friday gravely Pat at 7 . At school. Gate City chapter 116 Oes at p. M. Rummage Sale sponsored by Centenary methodist Church at 8 a. M. In old chamber of com Merce building. Circle six of Ketron memorial methodist Church at p. M. At Church Cabin. Dickson Home demonstration club at 2 p. M. With mrs. Ray mond Harris 3216 Clover St. Kingsport music club at p. M. With mrs. S. Flem Dobyns be Meade drive. Assisting hostesses will be mrs. Henry Tice mrs. J. D. White mrs. Karl goer Del. Members Are asked to note change in hour. Saturday wednesday club rummage Sale it 9 ., Corner Broad and Cen Ter streets. Rummage Sale sponsored by opt mrs. Club at 9 ., 319 e. Sullivan St., formerly Pete Moore s appliance Center. Rebekah Lodge 17, at Lodge Hall on main Street at p. M. For Call meeting to Confer de Grees on a class of candidates. Rummage Sale at 9 At Clark s store in Long Island sponsored by West View a pcs. Rummage Sale by a pcs of Litz Manor methodist Church at a. M. In old chamber of Commerce building. Monday Jessie Cronk missionary society of holy Trinity lutheran Church at 8 . At Kingsport utilities. Kingsport City Council of ptas at 1 . In recreation Hall of Broad Street methodist Church. Council will meet from 1 until 2 . Homeroom mothers and executive boards of All City schools Are urged to see the film teachers in to be shown at 2 . Members will please note change in meeting place. League of women voters Jack son Heights unit formerly Bloomingdale at 8 . With mrs. R. J. Kelly 1013 Wateree St., with mrs. C. L. Peterson As discussion Leader. Anyone interested is cordially invited to attend. Tuesday Circle three of Mayfair Metho dist Church a pcs for Home cooked luncheon at Kingsport utilities from 11 Until 1 ., plates each. All working people Are invited. Liberty chapter 198, Oes at . For regularly stated meeting at masonic Hall on Shelby Street. There will be no initiation. Spend Happy Leisure moments embroidering a spread of Spring Flowers. This is easy Needle pleasure to sure to give your room a lift j mainly Lazy Daisy and run i Ninf stitch for pattern 7097. Transfer one Motif 19x24 one 7x23 inches. Send 25 cents in coins for this pattern to Kingsport times news 47 household arts dept., p. O. Box 163, old Chelsea Sta Tion new York 11, n. Y. Print i plainly name address zone and pattern number. Exciting i our 1952 edition of Alice Brooks needlecraft Book brimful of new ideas it s Only 20 cents. Ninety one illustrations of patterns of your favorite needlecraft designs plus six easy to do patterns printed right in the Book. Mrs. M. Hargrove is wednesday club hostess for lunch the wednesday club held its regular luncheon meeting at the Home of mrs. Mark Hargrave with mrs. Merritt Potter As co hostess. In the absence of the president mrs. Stewart Crosley mrs. Frank Kell presided Over the business session. Reports on the different Wel fare projects of the club were made by committee chairmen and mrs. Spencer Palmer out lined the work of diversion Al therapy being done by members of the Hospital auxiliary. Plans were made for a rum Mage Sale to be held saturday october 4, on Broad Street. Mem Bers were asked to bring old clothing for the Sale. Foi Branch Cha installs of flyers fall Branch future Home makers of America installed their officers for the year at a recent meeting. Miss Anna Mary Dell was named president of the group. Other officers were miss Vir Ginia Cox vice president miss Lynell Warren Secretary miss Peggy Overby treasurer miss Juanita Richards reporter miss Carolyn Hensley parliamentarian miss Theda Brandon his Torian miss Billy to White song Leader and miss Mary Howard pianist. A scary business new York rup a Holdup Man admitted that robbery is a scary business police said today. The Man and an accomplice entered a Candy shop in Rockefeller Center wednesday and ordered Juanita Christian a Saleswoman to give them the Money in the Cash Register. Don t be the hold up Man said when the woman appeared nervous. I m just As scared As you the frightened thieves fled with men con now get instructions on handling difficult gadgets women by William Ewald new York men accustomed to receiving an instruction Booklet with every Gadget they buy can now get instructions on How to handle that most difficult of All contraptions women. It s All explained in a new pamphlet called How to handle the pamphlet de signed to Aid business executives took the research Institute of America a conservative fact finding outfit Complete. Three years to a cheerful traitor to her1 sex editor Phyllis Brown wrote it. It was she said today a Back breaking task Muling Over data collected from psychic a t r 1 s t a psychologists sociologists Busi Ness executives and some women. According to miss Brown How to handle women is a revolutionary pamphlet. Take the Section on gossip ing for she said. We say let pm gossip. Men can get More mileage out of women if they let them Exchange Small talk it s Good for women Beta Sigma Phi has meet Tottan Rush Omega chapter Beta Sigma Phi met recently at Kingsport utilities for the Semi monthly meeting. Miss Sarah Eleazer vice president presented plans for the coming Rush season and announced the dates for the Rush parties. Miss Phyllis Barnes service chairman brought to the Atten Tion of the chapter several serv ice projects for consideration for this year. Tentative plans were made for a Square dance to be held in november at the Veter ans Hospital at Mountain Home. Following the business meet ing mrs. Martha Byrnes pro Gram chairman introduced miss Florence Pyle who gave a Nar ration of the Broadway musical South Pacific and played music from the show. And Good for men the women work then there s the Section on crying. Heretofore tears have been the secret weapon of worn Spain makes bid v11c Cis w i _ _ _ _ sort of Salty h-2-o bomb Pach Lfan Raflo used by Dames in the War of i Oil Lluisi ii aug Madrid wants a by sexes. But that s All Over now the new pamphlet tells All. Some women use tears As a piece of the american fashion deliberate it advises Market. First gun in the Battle menfolk. Don t yield whatever with the designers of France happens you have to maintain Italy and other nations will be your standards undiluted by fired aug. 18. Five Spanish Modister Partick follow this course of action in a Span Len says the pamphlet leave the festival of fashion will present girl alone for a while then an expected 100 fashion buy her. Know you re available and writers from the United discussion that s what the states and Canada fall and pamphlet advises anyhow. Mind miss Brown said modestly we Don t pretend to Ter fashions valued at simultaneously a Spanish fair have All the answers. Anyway if show accessories fabrics j housewares and handicraft from band Erillas to Botijas earthen Ware organizers of the festival a Spanish import Export House Are afraid however that the Spanish showings which follow Thaie of Italy and France will be at a disadvantage. We re very much afraid the buyers won t have any More Money left to spend when they get to one said. The five houses Are Pedro Rod Riquez Asuncion Bastida Man Uel Pertegas Santa Eulalia whose chief designer is Pedro and Al Dique Florante the floating Dock whose de signer is Francisco Beleta. You knew All the answers where would the enchantment Arthur Brown feels however the pamphlet covers the Basic Points the things that make women different from men and the things that make women different from each other. As she and her pamphlet explain it women Are not As Strong physically As men but Are better suited for tasks that Call for patience color sense or dexterity. They re not As logical As men but Are often one jump ahead of them anyway. And they pay a. Lot of attention to clothes and mirrors and such but Only a dirty dog would com Plain about that. The big reason Why men and women differ says the pamphlet is that women Are Pri Marily interested in other peo ple while men Are interested Iii things. That s Why gals gossip and that s Why gals Are so Terestea in the Good opinion others. J ail this inside Lowdown on the fair sex has made How to Han is die women the hottest Public w cation since the boy scout handbook miss Brown said. Sixty five thousand copies were distributed the two she reported and it la certainly go Over the Mark in a few More reaction has male executive in Toronto was so enthusiastic he asked for six More copies. He also asked to be excused for the horrible typing in his was writing it himself so his Secretary would t know. To Whiten Nylon to give a White appearance to yellowed Nylon garments add Blu ing to the final rinse water. Kingsport times thursday oct. 2, 1952 7 tobacco prices steady in n. C. Raleigh n. C. Price trends prevailed on flue cured tobacco markets yester Day. Average prices were steady to slightly lower on the Eastern Belt irregular on the old and Middle belts and lower on the Border Belt. Tuesday s Gross sales and average Price per Hundred pounds Border Belt South Carolina mar pounds North Carolina 677 pounds Eastern Belt pounds old Belt Virginia pounds Malaya americans like Ike Kuala Bumpur Malaya majority of americans in Malaya favor Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower to win the presiden tial election a Survey conducted by the newspaper the Straits times reveals. Some 200 americans in Malaya Are to vote under regulations governing Absentee voting which is permitted in 42 of the 48 states the newspaper said. Pure Fla Vor Aspi Rin cur to take. An adult it upturn feed prices too High. Farmers take action slash Southern states prices formats by feed prices that Art too High in relation to prices received for meat milk and egg. The Farmers who own and use Southern states doing something about it Southern states cooperative hat a Sharp reduction in its nixed feed pricing them at less than actual Cost. Southern service agencies working hand in hand with the Farmers they serve have reduced their handling to approximate actual Cost. The result it a reduction of to per ton 20 to 25 cents per bag in Southern states feed which were already Low in Price at compared with commercial feed of comparable Quality. This program of serf help by formers will continue until it fonts the Price of commercial formula feeds to a More reasonable level from the standpoint of formers. A big crop of com and other feed grains will Toon be pressing on the Market. Also should help. Support this cooperative Effort to putt Down the too High Price level on mixed real Money too by using Quality feeds cooperatively manufactured by formers in their own mils. See m for details. You la be amazed at my new Low Southern feed City feed produce co. 469 e. Sullivan 1240 Loans insurance All forms j. T. Parker insurance Agency in Cumberland phone Morelock bide. Of Johnson City Home lovers of East Tennessee and Virginia for simple budget payments weekly Semi monthly or monthly 133 Broad St., Kingsport try this different kind of family clothing store Choom from big Sirocki. Pay Cash if you like. But know that you can enjoy simple weekly payments if preferred. At no extra Cost for 55 years. America s leading family budget clothiers. You Are invited to be our guest thursday evening october 2nd at 8 to hear Melvin a. Binney who for Many years has been recognized As one of America s outstanding decorators. Or. Binney who is an official of the heritage Henredon furniture company will present his new design in furniture known As circa 60. He has devoted several years in research in both South America and Europe for ideas to produce a Type of Furni Ture that not Only reflects today s Mode of casual living but a design that can correctly be used with either eighteenth Century or modern As Well. Circa 60 has received a most enthusiastic reception not Only from Home furnishing magazines but from better Home furnishing stores from coast to coast. In addition he will also present other ideas on Home decorating and he will discuss your individual problems in a question and answer forum at the close of his lecture. Refreshments Don t forget the october 2nd. At

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