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Sikeston Daily Standard (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Sikeston, Missouri Loretta Peters woman s Page editor phone or 1-1 37 miss Martha Jane Tipton is wed in Apple Valley Calif. Spanked discipline believes Good helps child by Jot Miller a women a editor Calif. A Gan accompaniment As mrs. Ave Maria i and a a a a new York up a or. Peter o. Stanford is a spanker. A Nils of course makes him a monster in the eyes of All permissive psychologists and parents who believe a hand Laid on an erring child in discipline hurts psyche As Well As backside. But or. Cranford a tanned easygoing practising general Apple Valley a a a a r. A a vow Piui. Car. A Lre til in be i Floyd Wright Sang Cine the Bode of capt William Quot pants angelic us Artnur Gorton in a double ring this Dav a f at huh re l Oan of a witnessing the ceremony attend a 0 Hurcil Victorville j de a reception saturday after a a Ajro i. The it Rev msgr. Noon at the officers William f. E. Vangarsse. George fab. The Bride Given in marriage mrs. Charles Mitchell of Sikes i Ufa re wore a formal mo., aunt of the Bride pre length Sheath gown of a clustered sided at the brides table. Mrs. Satin which had been handmade r. A. Tommie Ann Bianckino she j0 hons Kong. The Bod sister of the Bride presided at ice of the gown was decorated the guest Book. Be1adinthpearls l attendil1� wedding were a . The same beading de capt. Gorton s parents a. W. The gown anti r that a of Gurtz a fort Lauderdale. Fla. Me gown and the formal train. And i a we a s pc her fingertip veil was held Yuma Ariz. I explains How it works in Manly with a double Tiara of a Pat phrases pearls and crystals. The bridal mrs Edward Jam canst Dent hel1 but him bouquet was of White orchids i Erville to mrs Aubra Wrath but whenever he snakes 8 mis with cascades of Stepha and mrs Ake just 7 he miss Susie Tipton sister of Portageville mo., aunts of the Nger in the Lana set lol 15 the Bride was maid of Honor. I Bride and mrs. Charles Mit jes t i1� a bridesmaids were miss Suzanne Chell of Sikeston mo., aunt of Tipton and miss Janie Tipton the Bride. But Don t delay that teaches a of Riveir Side. Calif., cousins of a card a disobey pelops neurosis then illness. If you can to swat a child what Are the alternatives a you either let him go on doing As he pleases or you punish him emotionally. A being locked in a Alo Saft for hours Means emotional Trou ble. Or suppose you reason with a child for 45 minutes along j these lines a a we be treated you thinks you Hurt a child More when you let him get away with at murder. Through clinical observation of emotionally disturbed Young patients he evolved what he Calls the reinforcement method of discipline. He a so convinced it works he has written a Book about it a disciplining your child the practical in new York in connection with the books publication he Well your sister does no to do this we be had so much trouble with you a you re a bad boy you May not have spanked the child but you be Laid the ground for emotional problems. The Only time there a Emo the Scott county health department was Well represent tonal danger from reasonable Edt the 37th annual meeting of the Misouri Public health As following a three week wed attendants wore Ding trip to Mexico City and a a 22 Street length a crowns in contrast Acapulco. Mexico and couple Tup con Doltl de response. Bet ing shades of Pink Peau de some wiil make their Home in annl a ter 5 130158 111311 one big wha1�?T with embroidered White lace f Valley Ong Al 1116 end of Day when they carried nosegay of pink1 a. Your exasperation reaches a carnations and wore hats with Corporal punishment is when its unfair a As for taking away privileges i done to believe in it. There a no connection with what he a being punished for. And it carries on and on if its something like with holding allowance or no after class play for three weeks and becomes an emotional thing. With a spank As soon As the lick is Given All should be forgotten until the next or. Cranford also believes in rewards a a Small immediate and Many a a especially during. The learning process. But not bribes please. Socia Tion in St. Louis May 13-15. In front left to right mrs. Rachel Sites Charles l. Blanton or. Mrs. Berneal Carroll. Back left to right w. C. Mulcahy Warren Manning mrs. Dora Estes mrs. Mary Shuffit and or. Thelma c. Buckthorpe county health officer. North Kington Lawn is named Lawn of month by men s Garden Chib the Bride daughter of or. Seed Pearl and Crystal trimming. Thu Las tiptoe a of capt. Robert o. Bartlett of 16825 be Quot a Nso Road Apple Val. Boiling Point. With explosion you have resentment. That a Why kids get sick. In general bos Angeles was Best Man. Ush a Ley calf a has been a Steward a the bulk of functional illness is ers were Donald Dolan of Lajess american Al Rimes for Angeles and capt. Richard g. Four years. Her father is Mckibben of George air Force a a a a rec into in Gase tonal Bank in Apple Valley. J. E. Andriese played Tradt-1 she attended Norfy to h�1-1 tonal wedding music and or Home economist is guest of Canalou p Community club the result of a conflict Situa this happens he says when the actions of a child who has always done As he pleased suddenly can be tolerated no longer by parents or school or Community. When the foot is put a con he de College in Denver colo., for one a year and the University of Cali i fornia at Riverside Calif., for i one y ear. She is a native of Down the child suffers Caruthersville he can to reso1ve. Her bridegroom Atten d e d i a i George Institute of technology a a a a a for two years before entering the Anoll Stool to pig j us air Force. He has been in1 Canalou a fourteen Mem the service for nine years the Bers of the Canalou Community past two at George fab with club met with mrs. Fred Las j the 435th tactical fighter squad ters for their regular meeting Ron. Wednesday afternoon May 15th, i with dessert at 1 30. Mrs. Charles Mccann was co hostess. Miss Rebecca Nistendirk was a guest of the club. She relayed an invitation to a luncheon at Cape Girardeau on the 16th to hear a report by mrs. Hawkins i who was Missouri a Delegate to the meeting of the associated girl scout and Brownie Day Camp dates Are set word has been received from Marks anniversary the Sikeston menus Garden club met last monday night for their regular meeting at the Home of m. P. Meagher the new president of the club. The group enjoyed touring that Beautiful lighted and landscaped Meagher Lawn. This is one of the prettiest Small gardens in Sikeston according to the men and others that have visited it. The group also visited the Buck. Les Rose and Iris Garden also of a temp think f you Raj ? a a a Auto spa Lwi has 300 or ,.�?o? f0t hl1? i Don a More varieties of roses and a a child instinctively realizes his weakness a says or. Cranford father of four boys Ages 2% to 15. A the feels More secure if someone is keeping him from making a mistake. When you re disciplining ing think there is any fundamental difference Between discipline and social Calendar monday democratic women of Scott county will meet at the county courthouse in Benton at 7 30 . All democratic women Are urged to attend. Coffee conversation by Cherie Lee lutheran ladies Aid meets at Church the daily Sikeston Standard Sikeston mo., monday May 20, 1961 3 the Concordia Luther a n ladies Aid met in the Church basement thursday at 7 30 . With eleven members present. President. Mrs. Gene Dawson called the meeting to order and opening prayer was in unison. Rev. Harold Belsheim Vanduser Church of god holds banquet for graduating members presented a program on the duties a a Luck was of the officers of the Church the minutes of the last meet a banquet honouring the graduates who attend the Vanduser last week in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. The color theme of ing and the treasurers reports i Blue and whte was carried out were Given and approved. I be decorations of the Hall. A social hour was held at tables reserved for the the close of the meeting. During that hour the hostesses. Mrs. Hershel Hailey and mrs. Everett Wiss served refreshments. Clark music students presented in recital the Clark school of music entertained parents and friends with a piano recital at the studio last wednesday evening. The studio was appropriately dec students and their parents were overlaid with White table cloths and entered with Spring Floral arrangements. The meal was served at 7 30 . Following by a program for which the invocation was Given by mrs. White. Theme of the program was a the new Day dawns and Rev. Herschel Hunter was master of ceremonies on the program was the a wooden introduction of chips off the old a last findings out followed but a Star gazing a and conclude rated with Spring Flowers. The ing the program As the a this i program consisted of piano solos give the and the pastors thousand hybrid Iris in Bloom. Or. Buckles showed the group Many new test roses that he has in his Garden for various nurseries throughout the United state. A Short business session is held during which the Mem Bers discussed the Core of Trees lawns and shrubs during this very dry Spring. Loy Roberts led this discussion. The menus Garden club also wishes to announce that Ellen Suchman just sent me three of her favorite recipes that came from Mary Mckay so old Southern Tea room in Vicksburg Mississippi. In be never been Lucky enough to Dine there but i understand that for anyone who Ever has its always been a delightful experience. Eggs and peas in casserole 2 cans of Petit Point peas 1 can mushroom soup 4 hard boiled eggs 1 Small can of sliced mushrooms one half stick of Oleo one half stick of butter 2 t. Chopped Parsley 2 t. Chopped Pimen toes. Pinch of sugar one half cup of milk 1 t. Flour Salt and Pepper to taste Cracker crumbs make a Cream sauce of the i duets and Organ duos. Those taking part were Yvonne and Rachelle Dusablon. Sharon and Carol Steck. Mary and Constance Snow Virginia Coates and Julia Crader. At the conclusion of the recital punch and cookies were served. Miss Clark was assisted in serving by mrs. William Keith. Charge and the song a Ablest be the tie that binds a. The Bene Hospital notes i or. And mrs. L. R. Lewis and i grandchildren Mike and Nancy Bohannon went to Kentucky Lake thursday and were joined saturday afternoon by or. And mrs. Don Bohannon parents of i Mike and Nancy for the weekend. All returned sunday evening. Country women of the world in the Cotton Boll Council office Australia. Later it is hoped mrs. J Brownie and girl scouts Hawkins can speak in this area. I Rorn Over the area have miss Nistendirk told of a new Een sending in their Day Camp project with which the Home dec j res nations fast and furious Ono mics Extension dept has. In deadline for accept been asked to help some train-1112 Toliese Day Camp Regis ing sessions for recipients of Jons Kas Xen postponed to surplus commodities in ways of 1 a y 24�?� pase get All using these commodities in the t Atlon in. By that time most appetizing and nutritious. A it amp registrations should manner. She appealed for Reci i a ail a to the Council 0�fice pies that might be used in tills 1 Eton project. Firl scout adults Are working any club interested in a tour j Kard to provide an excellent is invited to visit the factory of program in each of the 12 coun the Lowenbaum mfg. Co. In j or operated Day Camps. A Cape Girardeau. They make dresses under some of the brands familiar to Consumers in this area. The management suggests late july or Early August s a Good time for such a tour. Mrs. H. G. Cathey gave the lesson on safety with particular emphasis on Highway safety. She conducted a couple of Drivers tests the results of which showed the necessity for study on the part of All Drivers of automobiles. On june 19th the club will meet in the Home of mrs. Willard Sanders. Ture crafts hikes badge program outdoor Cook no overnight camping swimming etc., Are just a part of the activities planned for Day Camp. We invite every Brownie or girl scout in our Council area to come join in the fun by attending one of our Day Camps this sum. Mer East Prairie a or. And mrs. George Cooper of Anniston celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary sunday with a dinner at the Home of their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Wallace s. Peebles in the Pinhook Community. Or. And mrs. Cooper were married May 14. 1913. In Mississippi county by the Rev. J. P. Rose with miss Hattie Rhodes and Joe Cooper As attendants. The Coopers have lived in this county their entire married life where he is a Farmer. Those present for the Celebration were four of their seven children and their families or. And mrs. Archibald Cooper of route 1, Charleston or. And mrs. Joe Cooper and children and mrs. Wallace Peebles and children Cindy and Tommy Ert route 2, East Prairie or. And mrs. Richard Cooper and East St. Louis. Two Sisters of or. Cooper mrs. May Hailey and mrs. Alice Kelly both of Phoenix Ariz., and a brother and sister in Law of mrs. Cooper or. And mrs. Thomas e. Bass of Lake Providence la., also attended. The gleaners class of the first Baptist Church will meet monday evening at the Church at 7 30 . At 11 Are to the Roseate Garden club will have a workshop at the first Christian Church . Those attending bring a sack lunch. Tuesday Matthews elementary Houe will be held from . Wednesday the Oes birthday club will meet at the masonic Temple at 12 noon for a pot Luck. Meat will be furnished. Open 7 to 9 Ham to the salted mixture and j season with Pepper a Pinch of sugar i a and Perrin sauce i and Tabasco. Simmer in a skin j let for awhile. Then scald the 1 Oleo. Milk and flour stir in the egg Plant shells slightly and s0up sugar Parsley Mush i stuff. Cover with bread crumbs the rooms and Pimen toes. Add Salt melted butter and paprika. Bake beautifully landscaped Lam i and Pepper line a casserole the William Northington sat 258 with a layer of a then sliced n. King Highway was selected eggs Dot with butter and As the late april and Early Mav sauce Over a11�?T Sprinkle a Lawn of the month a. John Quot Ltd a Racker crumbs and a pm a Chleman dinner to make another Laver. Drizzle a tuck Blumer the rest of the butter Over the i 1 Hen lbs 1 011 unto tender top layer of Cracker crumbs i Sprinkle with paprika and bake sauce a medium at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Stork club the month. John w. Davis co chairman of this project with Harry Dover re ported that the reason the Garden sign was not placed on their very Lovely Yard was because the sign is missing and has been since last fall when it was taken from a winners Lawn. Or. Davis has asked that anyone knowing the whereabouts of the sign Call him or or. Dover. A the Northington Are to be highly commended said or. Davis a for maintaining an other Beauty spot that Many Sik estonians can enjoy As they pass. Refreshments were served by 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Parmesan cheese May be sprinkled Over All if desired. Patients admitted to the Missouri Delta Community Hospital May 18, 1963 Evalena Sorrell Bloomfield Harry Lee Benson East Prairie Geneva Owens East Prairie Evin Burke Vanduser Carolyn Fletcher Sikeston patients discharged May 8 Kathleen Jensen. Sikeston Billy Gene dowdy or. David Patterson Bell City Harold Tetley St. Charles Milford Winder Sikeston James Paul Lay. East Prairie Frances Woods and baby girl Harviell Dorothy Morris and baby girl Sikeston diction was Given by my. Ditt. I following the program it Fly a were presented to each student. I the students being Hon Otini a were Mary to Martin chert i Ann Jones Lyda Chaste Ofida Kaye Martin. Sue Hopta land Clyde Lee Keith. Parents attending dra 113. And mrs. Raymond Martin or. I and mrs. Hartle Chisto a i mrs. Loraine Jones Fri. Go Neva Keith and or. And my. I Kenneth Martin. I others present or sending gifts a were or. And mrs. Claim the 3 Patterson or. And Mai. Chat of Bilderback. Mrs. Herthel futz amp it iter and sons d4vm and i Inis mrs. Lillian Beaving i Edwards mrs. Paula Doton land mrs. Charles coat Fet. 1 or. And mrs. A amp a is Betuk a or. And mrs Waynw or. And mrs. T. L. Anti. I or. And mrs Raymond Stallc tier or. And mrs. J. T. Gri Teresa Martin miss own it a Chapman. Miss Jav Ampy Bufett a mrs. Carol Evans . In Billy Martin to Manj Man Itin and or. And in. Est fan a Gilliland and Jan. News in Brief and made with Chicken stuffed Garden eggplant 2 Large egg plants one half cup chopped celery 34 cup finely chopped onion Viz cup chopped Green Pepper 2 cloves garlic mashed it cup chopped Parsley 1 cup ground Ham % stick butter 2 eggs beaten 1 Viz cup bread crumbs toasted dry or. And mrs. James Lynch of Charleston Are the parents of a baby boy born in the Missouri Delta Community Hospital sunday May 19th. The Brownie Day Camp has been changed to the Clayton Park with a limit of 90 girls. The intermediate and senior Day Camp will be of the Lyle Bird farm. Wants Carroll s Florist 203 Sikes or 1-3163 Quick acting ingredients aluminium and magnesium hydroxide neutralize excess stomach acid soothe nervous stomach. Its special coating action brings prolonged Relief from annoying stomach distress and heartburn due to hype acidity. Relief Rames promptly right when you need it. Cool Peppermint flavor no Gritty or Chalky taste. Ask our pharmacist about this effective Rexall formula. More for your Money mrs. Mamie Pickett visited sunday with her brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. R. W. Nelson it. 2, Sikeston. A a scoop centers out of egg bag 21 and e meeting plants and boil these centers in adjourned. The june meeting spied water. Drain. Saute on will be held at Home and Garden of or. And mrs. John Davis and we Ives and thick Stock Viz cup Cream whip 3 t. Sherry 1 t. Lea and Perrin 1 Large Bunch Broccoli cooked and drained arrange Broccoli in Glass baking dish and Sprinkle lightly with some of the cheese. Remove skin of Chicken slice leg and breast meat and arrange Over Broccoli. Combine the rest of ingredients and pour Over All. Sprinkle with the rest of the cheese. Broil until Crown and bubbly about 5 inches under patients admitted to the Missouri Delta Community Hospital May 19, 1963 Audrey Lambert Sikeston Carrie Austill Sikeston Virginia Harr Sikeston Steve Merryman Bardwel i Kentucky Lou Kerner East Prairie Billie sue Boley Bertrand Lillian Clayton Sikeston Jewell Beaird Sikeston Louis Jones Dexter patients discharged May 19 mrs. George coffer and baby boy. Charleston or. A d. Martin Sikeston Katherine Midkiff Bell City i or and mrs. Jack Dot. My this morning for their Tootill a Flint mich., after visiting Fiat a since last thursday a former a sister mrs Elle bs11 pert and other relatives. 1st it. And mrs. Rotate Roe who had been at Hana Germany for the past 21 is a arrived in the states end and Are Eno Rute to to visit his parents. Or Aoi i mrs. A. B. Monroe. 1 mrs. F. V. Rigdon at Capa Girardeau visited sunday. Irma noon with her parents Mac Vaatz mrs. A. L. Waller and i Ftp hew Ray Putnam of Charleston who is a surgical Nat idiot to the Missouri Delta Obi Maite Hospital. A j permanents $5.00 to Impf tuesday and wednesday of each week at Edna a Beauty stoop 105 e. Center. Some foods Are priced h a her than radio but Yon Nap i find your family does no to Attoh the cheaper brands a Rothona May be left on the Plita a a Apt there goes your imagined i ing and along with it a kit d the pleasure at eat Rigl a a big ure very necessary a to digestion. Mrs. Bril Horton Levitt Fig her children in Little Rock Ark. I a a f lower j for any occasion Woehlecke Florist talk about toeing instant or 1-5501 524 s. New Madrid ions garlic celery Pepper and i Bra iter serves 6. Parsley in butter. Add the Cen new Mem ters bread crumbs eggs and Bers As guests for a potluck sup 1 per. Jimmy Wyman. Miss Jane i Wyman and miss Linda Isaacs. I went to Hermann mo., where they attended the twelfth annual Manifest held May 18 and 19. No take China 5 piece place settings or open Stock buy any amount Moore s hardware Cion Cesta Gulf coast Biloxi i miss. Two huge swimming w pools a hotel Markham mrm pm on of Astico t Otnott i a a do Choice of Kut urious Occam to Daciow. Completely air Condit Woood. All Uniti with television and self Diol telephones. Private deep see fishing. Two huge swimming pools. Ploy ground. Tennis courts. Psi vote Golf course is Corby. Superb food. Dining room. Coc Toli lounge. Entertainment. For the time of your life acres of Gordenia and Woodland. 18-Hole private Chomio Reship Golf course of door Frost end Salt wafer Ashing .3,000 feet of wide Sondy �each., swimming Pool. Wading Pool and playground for a in Trev Shuff Deboord Ond Tennis courts. New hawaiian Coc Tail lounge Ond poo Patio. Of excelled cuisine. Luxurious Mccomm rotations. Completely or conditioned. New Modem convention hoi with Auto Entrance Scotino capacity 1200. A is mba a vitality Cheka plan tour vacation now Roy Gollom Gen. My. A Ninfi Jun a Reginald g. Nefzger Gen. Mgr overlooking the Gulf of Milica Midway Between Gulfport i Khoii Edgewater Park. Mississippi overlooking Tae Beau Tufui Goff of Mexico. Yacht Hor tax re creation port and Marine Lite Aeq orium. Attractive comfortable roams. Or condition ing television. Swimming Pool. Marine dining loom end Coffee shop. Adeptly located m the Center of Ell act Vitie. Near shopping end recreation. At our Firmin pharmacy faultless cleaners a laundry Whites drug store. A Orv a a am Comoro to a a pop to a comport Lawrence Taylor Gen a a i tax Hurt of tax Mississippi gulp coast. Toffi amp Imi Okic go i Lui Ito Moore go 1-1367 map Joe. Missouri Louie and Agatha Largent your Rexall drug store overlooking the Gulf of Mexico we give plaid Stamps 108 n. New Madrid or 1-0274 of a it i . Kouta at Assutta la Al Kun in item pts my of had Nunnelee Fune Ual Chapel , inc of astr o Reginald g. Nefzg6r, Gono Roi Monog e do Ewe the a Gulf hotel de Gowetor Gulf Miusiu Ippu foods Are instant cottage Cussi ice Cream bursar salad dressm6 Buttermilk Max and dozens non no mess no fuss no b0iun6 and no my an year Pari

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