James & Sylvia Wright

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James & Sylvia Wright - Former Fergus couple includes child in social...
Former Fergus couple includes child in social life James and Sylvia Wright couples who preferred in- formerly of Fergus Falls, were chiding their children in their featured in an April 22nd story social We. in the New York Times about He is the son of the late Dr. People Personal Social Dale Minge, Fergus Fails, a junior music student at St Cloud State University, will sing the tenor part of duets in a recital at 8 p.m. Wed- nesday, May 12 at the university's recital hall. Mrs. Evelyn Lehi of Rothsay accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson of Antioch, California, to Detroit, Michigan, where they visited their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Matson. They, returned Sunday. Mn. pelga Mtlby celebrated her 92nd bir- thday at the Broen Home April 27. Mrs. H.D. Belgum, Mrs. John Melby, Dean and Daniel Cowman, all from Rothsay, and Broen Home residents Mrs. Agnes Skugrud, Mrs. Esther Paulson and Mrs. Olga Stras joined the festivities. Wednesday evening visitors at the Bradei brothers home in Rothsay were'Mr. and Mrs. Rone Saunavan of Saskat- chewan, Canada. Lake Region Hospital Discharged Tuesday, May 4: Mary E. Larson, 2422 Lakeview Drive and Mrs. M. R. Wright and was formerly Sylvia Hage. In the article, they discussed their child-oriented life-style, noting that they took son Michael with them when out, but went before the dinner hour to avoid imposing their child on other people. Several couples "interviewed for the feature reported that they believed including young children in their adult lives, rather than leaving them with sitters, is rewarding rather than limiting. The Wrights noted that they decline invitations that exclude their child, and Mr. Wright resigned from a golf club asked not to bring his son club. Answering criticswhocharge that such parents are smothering their children as well as sacrificing their own flexibility, Mrs. Wright com- mented that "it's.oarthikiren who are. flexible; our. children who are comfortable with strangers." She added that the Wrights still enjoy movies and theater and plan to resume attending such events later on, noting they have plenty to do at without needing to go out

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  1. The Daily Journal,
  2. 05 May 1976, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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