The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1950 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN RMTHEVTI.l.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 2Z, 1930 The Mature Parent He Shouldn't Overrate Youth, •While Underrating Maturity (Hi-rc's llif 4(h of ID articles by J)je rx trull re director uf The Children's Village* famed Iralnln? Miriimunilf Tor undisciplined and inifuljustfil boys, wlrfdi give a new perspective on relationships- 1»«- IH-PCJI tlit normal child and his normal parent.) By HAU01.I) F. SritON'ti Written (ftr NKA Servur At the 1 u 1 art. of our problems as parents today t,s the current tendency to overrate youth mid underrate maturity. When I hear young parcels talk proudly of liow they allow (heir children to make their own decisions, I often wonder If they have given i\ny real thought to what th?y are saying. The ciipaclty to make ft wise choice between uvo courses of action Involves experience. Experience Involves the time to acquire 51. It children ixwse.ssed these in the same measure as aclnlt.s. my six-year-old daughter would be wrilinn tlio.-.e articles, Eddie had always kicked ami .screamed if he was denic<E whnl lie thought he wanted. So he got it. He made nil his own decisions. At H, he broke into a store nniJ stole money. His parents' refusal to g\mk> Eddie's decisions had encouraged him to make bad ones, When children insist on misbehaving, their very Insistence may Ije tin -I r way «i asking us to l:iki\ (jn-r nml stop them. All children j wiuil to be good. They tire luifiisy' and tincomfortablt: wlion -A. momentary itaMrc betrays thorn "mm (ir-fyinu u.s, Their real sntjsf Action Is in ])]t>:i?ing us;-- tliclr parents. Thr-y j don't (imlUft this, because they are' young. We should realize it—rind be iTJidy to apply tho bmkc-s when their impulse to do \vhal displeases us Ls ton strong for them. As a HinsUl 3jf»y, Kddlo was uii- dfjiiWedly pleased to lind his tantrums t;ot him what ho wanted from d:iy to day. lie was too y<jim» to know how his success would af- fort his parents' relations]rip. Ho hud not lived lorn; enough to rcal- j/e lu>v.' an uiicuiilrollcU child can become a cnurr for friction Ix?- twron a disheartrned wife ami a huxtjiintl impaMuiU will) her In- fuitipottMice. lie was (on tncxpci I- r-nrrd to lort'sr-e that his tantrums would cost him his home. IMl liis pniTJH.s were old enough to know, T»- make decisions Is to take responsibility Ki'-^Hict your child's Liilht (o .share in the responsibility for his own at.-iTr.s — but don't make, him inkr- n all, Retain your own right to guide and counsel him. ' 'IV:morrow; Is it wrong trj some- Ihm'.s dislike your ouri child? Portageville News By Mvs. Raymond Toombs rhonc *£• M m. Ta n ti er Hono red A bridal shower was held Friday evening in tlifi home of M-s. nick Wilson in honor of Mrs. Herbert lee Tanner. The hostess was assisted by her si.vier, Mrs. Sadie Richardson, Social Notes Carolyn June Brown celebrated her fourth birthday last Friday when her mother, Mrs. Tlmd Brown emertaiiind with a party hi her honor. The children played games and each guest WHS given a favor. Four persons were Initiated into the Order of the Eastern Star Friday night at a special meeting' They are Olcne Downing, Edith Birdwell, Doris Warren, mid Virgin!" MorKan, Guest* were present from Wardell, Kennelt nntl "Lilbmir Chapters. Mr*. W. W. Howard entertained iiH'inuer.s of the Thursday Bridge Club last week at her home. Honors went to Mrs. Sam As'ery and Mrs. Gene Wilson. Gene Recker .left Saturday for Dixon, Tenii,, after receiving word that his brother Bill Recker had been injured in an anto accident near Waverly, Tenn, He is reported lo be suffering from a brain con- ciLssion, broken collar bone and possible other Injuries. He later wn.s moved to Baptist Memorial Hos- pitaJ in Memphis." Miss Stella DeLisle was honored on her recent birthday with a canasta party at the home of MM. Mary DeLisle and Miss Ellen DeLisle. Honor's went to Mrs. S. I,. LaFVtnt, Mrs. Paul Hubbnfd and Mrs. Nell Smaltey. r The porlageville band was enler- tnincd last Thursday evening by music Instructor Mr.' Edgar Ailor and Mrs. Ailor with an ice-cream lawn, social. They were assisted in serving by Mr. and "Mrs. Kvan.s Baker, Mrs, Red Dean Called 'Mistaken' LONDON. June 22. iX't — T t) c*' ~ Archlnsl >t Cniitcrum-y. Dr. | Bond Firms Take Geoffrey Fisher, sny.s thnl his Red- , , ,. . time.] [lean Is nol "nntl-Chi-LsUan," Magnolia ISSllC Brcel worth and Mr. nml Mrs. t Raymond Toombs. j Nfrs. Leo Kllliaii entertained a bridge gathering and one guest. Mrs. Mrs. L. H. Pnlntcr, recently. Honors went lo Mrs. Hubert Milcui. Mrs. Hen Segal, Mrs. W. C. Thompson, Sr., and Mrs. Arthur Drup. Members or me Town and Country club surprised Mr. and Mrs Hubert Milern on their 2Uth wed dins anniversary Sunday cvcnlnn with a chicken bnrbectin at their home. The club presented ttie Mil- ems with a gift. Mrs. Guy DeLisle last Wednesday visited with the bridge club meeting with Mrs. Chester Ferguson. Honors went to Mrs. O rover Meatte, Mrs. Edith Larecnt and Mrs. C. A. Dacus. The arcliblslmit recently advised Anglican churches liirouylutut the world lo ic-nofe vi.siLs of "r?ed Dean" Or. n-wlctt Jnhn.son and said his prn-itii.vian political talks don't represent the views of the Church nf England. Hul last night he (old churchmen "Dr. Johnson holds the snmc 1 Christian faith as you and I. I think he is mistaken, but I holicvc he is nut. in himself, disloyal to his in- terpL'-lut.i(in.s of Christian faith. \lc siiuc-irly believes our presc-nl social otiii'i' is not as Christian as it juiyht bo ami that a thorou'/hly Socialist order is more Christian." Dr. Vishcr added: "When he Is at home, I wish he were overseas. Still more profoundly, when be is overseas. I \vjsh he wore at home." MAGNOLIA. Ark., June 22, (/!>)— Three [jtttc Hock bond firms lifive contKiclod lo handle a $200,000 ] bond issue 01 a new Magnolia street improvement district at 2.60 per i;ent interest. The distrirt. mclwiii]& tnore tliar: 70 Mocks In post-war additions to the city, made the contract last iiieht with E. L. Villarcal nnc Co. Southern Securities Co., ami ; S;UH'rfii?!d Brothers and Co, } The bonds rni'.ture over 12 years \ .uitl inuy be called—paid off before they me due—after trlree. The dealers said ttic low Interest rate was offered "because Magnolia ] honils nrc considered ninoiiK the best investments in Arkansas due j to the eity's rapid mid iwrman- ent ([C'velopnient." ' / -low to Become Rich n Only 107 Years; $70 Becomes $990 ST. PKTKKSBUKa. Pin.. June 52. rtV-TI'!s Is a little story about how o save .money or—Ifow to become rich in 107 years. H has lo do with a ten dollar Jill deposited Dec. I, 1842. Interest las swelled the deposit to Rooo. The father of Charles ID. Oliver nadc the deposit to the account of lis son In the Worcester County munition for savings at Worccs- er. Mass. Years laler. Oliver transferred the account to his daughter who now s eWity-yeor-old Mrs. Mabel Oli- .'er Ross of St. Petersburg. .She will cash in her account tlu;; week and spend the money for what she calls "good purposes." When Grandfather Oliver dcpos- ted that money savings accounts were paying eight per cent Interest. You know wluit they pay now. Uy 1865 the deposit had expanded to S34.10. In 1887 when Grover Cleveland wns President It was worth $111.50. By the turn of the century it had reached $186.38. At the start of the first World War the account had jumped to S320.H and to $016.29 In the early thirties. Marriage Licenses The lollo'iVinft couple obtained a marriage license yesterday from the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythc, county clerk: T. W. Webster and Miss Opal Carpenter, lx)th of Hlytheville, BURY YOUR WORRIES / COMHITI AIMOMOlllt INSUXANCI PtOTICTION FARMERS JIEHlfiSIVL UlE-niffT IS:O" JG AMD EWUGttKY 5IIYJCI Magnolia Census Listed at 6,905 MAGNOLIA, Ark.. June 22. li}'l— A preliminary report on the 1350 federal census places the population, of Magnolia at 6.905. •I'llIs Is a jump of 4,320 over. Ihe HMO ccn.siis and an increase of 584 over a special county made in May. 1943. Several residential areas were annexed to the city shortly after the end of World War II post war annexation probably will account for ntMMit one-fourth of the city's present population. W.L. Walker, District Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL KINDS Custom work for jcitis. alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up (o 1/4 inch (hickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 S'oiith Uroadwiiy I'hone 2651 Galvanized STKL GRAIN BINS Fire-safe, wcathcrtiglit, rodent-proof. Permanent, long-life construction, convenient sizes: 14'vS'—• I 000 bu.; I S'xl I' — 2200 bu.; IS'xlfi'—5276 bu. Order Butler Galvanized Grain Bins NOW from 31 2 South 2nd Phone 6863 llus. 1'lioiiD :il!io Draaghon Provides Elements Of Success i Realizing that jjropei fcraioiiig k eii- [•entinl for $\\c- ;<«PS w the bnsi- 'xveffi wor 1 d f M r feillJe Jo Urober- p»n oC Amity, •Arkansas, * n - BVISKJCSS; up- qnalificulion^ received a oma in Jun- Accounting is tvow cin- yed b j Crow-Burlingamt Companj, Lilflc Rock. Mr. Umberson, son tf Mr. and ;Mr*. M. B. Umberson of Amity, iArkansas, is a grndnntt* of the ijAmily Hiyb School. At Draughon's, Mr. Umberson Jreceived Hioroufih training in his ^chosen field of study; at the same (time, b* gained confidence fhimsclf — I wo necessary elements: i/or advancement in the business world. The Draughon School of Busi- me.'ss is the only private business •college in Arkansas that is fully accredited ai^d approved by the .Stale Depart men I oE Education ?or two years work in commercial education. Now in its 43th continuous year of operation, the Draughon School is one of the oldest business training schools in tiie South, and points with prido lo more Ihnn !iO,OOQ graduates. If you desire information re- Xtu'uing any branch of business I raining, you ,-iie invited to write DUAUGHON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, Little Rock, Arkansas. There is no oblifialion whatever on your prnA. For Improoed KIDNEY FUNCTION In a majority of cases investigated in several hospitals and clinics, subnormal Kidney Junction was improved. Bladder pain and discomlort reduced alter the use of Mountain Valley Water. If your doctor has diagnosed your condition as functional Kidney impairment this nalurol, untreated mineral water may be very beneficial. Try it lor a few weeks. It is delicious, pure-lasling, and may be consumed freely. Crosstown Whiskey Shop Main & Division MountainYalleV J \tr <__ ., — -fZ. —-~r Water (HOT SPIINCSN * :UCK BEDS Made from the Finest Oak BARKSDALE MFG. CO. W HEN the sign suys "Stop, !.ook and Listen," the prudent driver docs. Rut. after that what? Must von still move forward ;it a cautious i;n\\vl or pay toll in jar, jitlcr and jounce? [Not, good sil', when you're ;il ;i Buick's wheel. You step on the throttle, move easily, -swiftly forward. Your wheels dance — your tires drum-roll over rail and plunk. liul four gentle coil springs, one on each wheel, arc working their magic —and you hear rather than feel the rough spot you have crossed. /•p Hint, of course, is only one kind of rough going you ciui meet in your travels. It's only one kind of discomfort your Buick's built lo master. J'or bcsiclc gentle coil springing, every Buick rides on soft, low-pressure tires. livery one is steadied by a rigid torque-tube. livery one boasts a rigid, wcaveproof frame—soft,sure shock absorbers—even special engine mountings to minhnixc vibration. They can have the special added .smoothness of Dynaflow Drive,* cushioning power-thrust in spinning oil. Oo rough spols seem to level ouf. at your coming. Boulevards take on a new smoothness. You know what riding comfort is — why the Buick i-ide is called matchless. So how about it? Come climb into a Buick and see for yourself what we mean. You'll gel a style-thrill and n power-thrill along with your ride-thrill — and a story on price that eliminates your last excuse for not traveling in the .Buick manner! Only BUICK has &lfHflf(0l&~— and with if goes: HIGHER- COMPRfSSfON f.Vofcall valve i'n ip-od po » C f in Ijuee onginei. (Ne* F-263 emjinc in Stiffs modch.) • NEW-PATTERN O, »,U MUtn-GUARD forc'ronl. lape,.<l,,ou a h '(Won, "double fcufeblo" ItiiltlgMl • WIOE-ANGll VISIBIinf, i/p roar) ,«» bolS forward and bock • rRAFflC-IMNDV 5121, lea oyer-all Jcnfllft lor cotfcr potting ""<> ga'Ogmo, *orl ing , a f,m • tXTKA-WIOf SEATS trodfoj bclwccn Ihe o«le> • SOU tUICK «(DE, from all-coil Ip/inglng, SatclfRiJ* . lo» prciiuro f.Vcs. ri<Jc-ilcoi/,ins lor<)Uf lub, • WIDE AHHAY OF MODELS wlfh Body by Fnf.tr. FOUR-WAY FOREFRONT f/m ruffg«(//rt>nl tnj (1) left (fte tlyle nof>, f 2) 10,er on npair eotti—verli col ban are Fndi^JuoIJy rep/occobfc, (3) avoids "tccltng horns," (4) mokci t forlf'ng and garaging eoper. l «<x Walnut at Broadway BUICK CO. Phone 555 GROVER'S BODY SHOP Ck-iii Lake Arc & Clark SI. Kxpert Body and I'Y'nder Ucpair Highest (Jiml'ly Atilo Painlinj,' All Typos Radiator Work liy Hi.L'hlv Skilicd Mechanics Every Jol) Giiiinntucd Owned & Operated by RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR ['"iicliiry-Traincd Mechanics An.v fthike or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Deliver Fred 1 10 So l''irs( St.. WHEH BH1CR AUTOMOBILES ARE EU!U BUICK Will BUIIO IHtM AVAILABLE • S NOW! RSGID FRAME TRUSS-CLEAR Quickly erected — in <\nys Instead of weeks — to meet urgent demands for on-tlic- farm grain storage- After grain is marketed,your Butler BuiM- ing gi\-es you year-round use as implement or livestock shelter, for buy storage, many other farm purposes. Sec, us today for full information on these sturdy longlife buildings. CAPACITIES for Butler Buildings •40' Wide x 100' Long 28,450 BUSHELS By shorinj; up 5 feet along sides and ends. 13,000 BUSHELS On the floor (ivithom shoring) I fROOUCI OF M*.NUHkCTUMNtt COMfANT C. A. TANT CONST. CO. Authnriacc! Dcalci ['or Butler Steel- Buildings General Conlrncling P.O. Box 83 Phone 6896 Blyt'hevillc,, Ark. FLAME CULTIVATORS 2-Row . . . $230 4-Row . . . $360 BARKSDALE MFG. CO. REMODEL NOW Nothing Down—Up to 36 Mos. to Pay It's easy to finance your home improvements—or a new garage—Hi rough linildcrs Supply. Now you can ycl K low iulcrcsl KU.A loan with easy monthly payments. Don't delay any longci ..call us for (lie details. Builders Supply Co., Inc. ' South Highway 61 Phone 2434

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