The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1950 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 23, 1950
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FRTDAT, JUNE 28, 1990 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE T i »* , n i He'Shouldn't Overrate Youth I he Mature Karenr.u//,,/* iin^rrniino AXn#ur;* v W/j/7e Underrating Maturity (Here's (he fiflh of 10 articles by the executive director of The Children's Village, famed community tor undisciplined and unadjust- hich give a new ]>«- Cfc^t xftt iovs, » tive on relationship between Hie 'normal child and his normal parent.) By IIAKOI.D F. STRONG Written for NliA Service Parents are human beings. Like other people, parents sometimes thtnk Ignoble thoughts and feel unworthy emotions. Now and again they find themselves resenting or being jealous and ashamed of their youngsters. If these sentiments do not Jibe' with those ascribed on Mother's Day greetings cards, they are nonetheless real in a lot of us In some period of our experience with our children. They are only dangerous feelings when we pretend to ourselves that they do not exist. As our youngsters often dislike us, too, they are quite able to understand and forgive our occasional dislike or them. What they won't forgive is our pretense. 1 knew a mother who resented her older son because his arrival lad interfered v/ith her desire to continue working after she marled. Because she could not reconcile this desire with her Ideal of an eagerly self-sacrificing mother, she hid her resentment away. It came out In a guilty effort to appease her defrauded boy by overindulging him, buying him what she couldn't afford, fussing over ,him with exaggerated endearments. But he knew, and one day he stole from her. When I was finally able to per- suabe her that her reaction to her baby's Inopportune arrival h a A been neither unnatural nor wick- ed, but an understandably human one, she broke into tears. In the :lood of relief that overwhelmed icr, she soon found the courage o talk to her boy about their trouble. Prom that day his problem began to resolve Itself. Out of tin mother's honest self - revelation grew the understanding and af 1 fcction they both had craved. Thai's how It works. It is not our annoyance or anger with our children that divides them from ns. it is the guilt we feel i experiencing them. Tomorrow: Parents should clai the rijhl to correct their children Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombs Phone Z2» Hollowell-Boon Vows Taken + Miss Martha Jean Hollowell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hollowell, became the bride of William Boon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Boon, In the Catholic Church Wednesday morning with the Rev. S. P. Stocking officiating. Miss' Mary Lee, Fuller,, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid and Percy Hollowell, brother of the bride. Tjjft best man. "Wlr. and Mrs. Boon both graduated from Portageviile High School. After returning from Half Moon News farm products on the market ace and no Incentive to produce em. Similarly, Mr. Schcnck lists good deral debt management as cs- ntial to farm prosperity. He be- ves, nevertheless, that the Con- ess should enlarge Commodity reriit's' lending authority by an- her S2.000.000.000. And he wants: rm credit policies liberalized. Mr. Schenck endorses the rec- rocal trade agreements program necessary to aid the export of merican Farm surpluses. And he ivors negotiation of further inter- Mr, and Mrs. Moody Chlpma and children of Vancouver, Wash Mrs. Earl Callers and son, Gene of Eunice, La., and Mr. and Mrs wedding j Billy Stallings, of Hot Springs, ar trip they will make their home in visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stalling Portsgeville. Miss Dacus Weils Miss Eulaciean Dacus, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Ollan Dacus. became the bride of Gene Farmer, son of Mrs. Viola Farmer and'Leo Farmer. In n quiet ceremony at Piggott, Ark., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Jones were attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Farmer will mak» their home on Third Street hero. Social Notrl Mr». Jess Ward and daughters entertained the Carter home economics club at their home Monday when a garden'tea was planned for next Tuesday. Thirteen members of the Belles and Beaux square dance club spent the weekend here as guests of the 1 Tuesday night square dance club. Mrs. Melvln Shoults, assisted by Mrs. Hazel Willey. entertained with a Layette party Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. L. B. Willey. Mrs. Francis Riddle entertained Tuesday in honor of her daughter, Diane," who was celebrating her second birthday. Mrs. Cora Fuller entertained her bridge elub Tuesday afternoon when honors went to Mrs. Bernard De and Mrs. Mary De Lisle.' and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Mosley vis ited as guests of Mrs. Mosley's bro ther. Newt Dunnfgan, of Manil Tuesday. Mrs. Moggie Cash of Medtn Tenn., spent the weekend with h daughter, Mrs. Willard Belts. Mrs. T. Alexandra is visiting St. Louis with her daughter, Mr Bessie Brake, and family. Members of the WSCS were gues of the Dell WSCS Monday nig at the Dell church. Money Not Missed DECATUH, 111. --{/Pi — Mneo County Clerk Laurence Tangn doesn't subscribe to the theory th everybody Ls out to "make a fa buck." He holds hundreds or do lars In checks that citizens ji haven't bothered to pick up. Most o[ them are for people who worked as judges or clerks in elections. The oldest Is dated April, 1932. lational commodity agreements like the wheat agreement now li operation. s. Farm Bureau co-ops are stron In Indiana and they compete wit private business. The State Cham ber of Commerce battles the Fan Bureau on the so-called tax ex emptlons 'or co-ops, yet M Schenck fights back. He Is par Ocularly strong for continued an extended Rural Electrification Ad ministration programs. He favors extension of market!] agreement systems and productio adjustment systems — marketing uotas—to stabilize agriculture, rop Insurance Is still In the ex-' erlmetita) sl«ge but he lists H as a ccessary or »t least desirable de- elopment. The established agricultural ex- nslon and soil conservation pro- rnrns are on the Schenck list. He lists is necessary for further udy and control the subjects of strlbutlon of (arm products unit ransporlatlon of farm products, he farmers gels only a few cents ut of the cost 0( a loaf of bread bottle of milk, an<J the other, oil-farm costs need bringing down, nter-clty heavy duty trucks should ay a higher share of highway costs because they are ruining farm cads. The use of airplanes for ransport o{ farm products Is jeginnlng and needs encouragement. Also on the list are three rc- icarch programs on the production, marketing and utilization of farm products, And lie wants a sound nutritional program developed because that determines what the farmer raises. Finally, Mr. Schcnck believes full employment must be maintained to provide a cash market for farm products. before this thing blows over. "Maybe we arc in (or a cycle of 'Two-Gun Tiinnhnusers,' 'lATita Lohengrin*' anil 'Chuck-Wagon I)le Walkures." At least Mclchior could handle shootin' irons II ho ever does "Git Along Little Siegfried." He'i »n expert big-game hunter and mnrlu- msn—"I even shot my wife a leopard coat in Africa." Hollywood Continued from Page 8 For Iwproued KIDNEY FUNCTION In a majority of cases inveiti- galed in several hospitals end clinics, subnormal Kidney function was improved, Bladder pain and discomfort reduced after the use of Mountain Voiley Water. If your doctor has diagnosed your condition os functional Kidney inipairnicnl this natural, untreated mineral wator may be very beneficial. Try il lor a few weeks. Jl is delicious, pi/rc-lasting, and may bo consumed freely. Crosstown Whiskey Shop Main & Division MoimtalnYatley J Water -"~^~^ hesitate to grin: "Maybe I, too, will pul on chaiis and wear .six-guns' Break Is Sought In Bread Tieup LITTLE ROCK, June 23. (AP) — Another effort to remove the threat of a bread strike hanging over Little Rock, since April 1 will be made next Tuesday. . Representatives of three bnking com " companies — Continental, Colonial and Meyer—will meet with negotiators for the AFL bakery nad confectionary workers union to attempt to agree on contract provision*. One such session yesterday, with a federal conciliator siting In, waa reported fruitless. Conciliator Charles A. Wheeler said the main Issue was wages. Charles Meyer, Sr., president of tha bakers' council, said, however: "we are not ao far apart." EDSON Continued from Page 8 effect the whole economy, non-farm as well farm. Yet he considers them essential to maintaining a sound agricultural situation. The Furl Depends on Health? Whole For instance, he believes that there must be sound monetary and fiscal policies for the whole government and private business struture. For without them, there be no basis for exchange WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMAN To Sell Forma SI Tractors and International Trucks. A Good Deal for the Right Man BEN F. BUTLER CO. OSCEOLA CLEARANCE SALE MEN'S '2.98 SUMMER PANTS O24 ALL SANFORIZED COLOR FAST COTTONS Save 74c on every pair I Stock up now for every man in your family. Cool, easy-to-wash cottons that save you plenty of cleaning bills. Big assortment of patterns and colors, pleated and plain styles, all, with zipper fronts. We've all sizes now—but better hurryl 2.39 Men's Broadcloth Shirts, all colors ... 1.47 2.98 California style Sanforized poplin slacks lit: 2.24 2.29 Sanforized blue-and-white pincheck wash pants 1.74 For Safe, Profitable Grain Storage Galvanized STEEL GRAIN BINS Fire-safe, rodent-proof, long-life con ireathertight. Permanent, tmccion. 3 1000 bu.j 18'xll'—2200 bn.; 18'xU'—5276 bu. Order Butler Galvanized Grain Bins NOW from INTERNATIONAL' HARVESTER 312 South 2nd Phone 6863 TRUCK BEDS •• Made from the Finest Oak BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Just How Casual Can You Get? SEATTLE, June 23. W) — Doug Smith, Northwest Airlines' transportation agent, found a woman's containing $800 In cash, $140 In travelers' checks and a bank hook for an account of mor« than $3.000. Trying to find nn Identification. Smith could locate only a PuyaHup, « /ash., postoftice box number, tarting with that clue he traced the owner to a doctor's office, then to an apartment where the woman once had lived and finally located her In Tacoma. "Oh, yes, my purse," she said ' casually. "I'll drop around to pick It up." A Real Welcome for a Wonderful Cat PIANO TUNING and Radio Repair Done by Homlcd Serviceman Every Job Guaranteed Everything in Music Supplies and Repairs gWE MAKE RECORDS BROOKS MUSIC STORE F.. Main Phone SSI W, GROVER'S BODY SHOP Clear Lake Avc. & Clark SI. 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Protect Your Pontiac with Pontiac Service YOUR VACATION CHECK LIST Tune-up Diagnoiii—Including engin* 1un*-up and a complete check and report of all woiklng unil* of your <»r. Steering Adjuilmonl (if your itflering wheel has more than 3 Adjust eTulch (if pedal hat more lhan \Vt tt of "ploy") or check lubrUotion and Oil Change. Kydra-Hotic fluid level. Broke Adju.tment (if your WoVe D Clean and Insptcl cooling sys- pedol goes Id within I" of floor tem ' board). O Rotate liret. Come in for a "Cheek-Up" Today! NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, Inc. 126 South Lilly Phone 4371 AVAILABLE • ORDER NOW! RIGID FRAME ft TRUSS-CLEAR STEEL • ALUMINUM BUILDINGS Quickly erected — in days Instead of weeks — to meet urgent demands for on-thc- firm grain storage. After grain is mirkettd,your Duller Building give* 70*1 jrtir-round use is implement or livestock ihclter, for h»y itor»£t, many Other f»rm purposes. See uj today for full infornution on thctc iturdylonglife building). A MODUCI or CAPACITIES lor Butler Building! 40'WidexlOO'Long 2 8,4SO 8USHEU By thoring up i feet along tides and endi. 13,000 BUSHELS OD the floor (without jhoring) WANUfACTUHINO COMPANY C. A. TANT CONST. CO. Authorized Dealer For Butler Steel Buildings General Contracting P.O. Box 83 Phone 6896 Blytheville,, Ark.

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