The Birmingham News from Birmingham, Alabama on September 5, 1957 · 28
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The Birmingham News from Birmingham, Alabama · 28

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TWfNTY-HGHT THf BIRMINGHAM N1W$ New mother is busy with baby, formulas BY MARCIA WINN I must get over to see Pollys baby. a friend said to me. Theyve been home two weeks, and I havent dropped In yet. Have you? I said I hadnt although I would love to see the baby, then I started to tell my friend, but didn't, about the letter I had just received from a young Texas mother. I have a baby boy 7 months old, she wrote, a n d maybe everyone Isn't like me, but my main problem was young wives with no children coming to visit me three or four hours at a time when I was trying to get adjusted to my new role as mother. Looking back, I realize I, too, had done the same thing to my friends . . MAYBE YOU dont know how it is when you have a new baby. Y'oure busy, busier than ever before in your life, and youre wholly responsible for someone tiny and helpless. You're running from morning until night, literally gasping for a moment in which to catch up, and youre also overwhelmed with new problems and new decisions. What to do? When to call the doctor? Whether to awaken the baby to feed her? Whether to pick her up or let her cry a little longer? And, because youre inexperienced, you are worried for fear you wont do the right thing, whatever the right thing is. At any rate you are trying to concoct the babys formula. Some mothers, even new ones, are born cooks. Some can no more read a recipe than they can read the handwriting on the wall. They have to concentrate. And in comes Sally from down the street. Sally is bright, gay, and tireless, and you always have thought her amusing. But today you are busy, and tired, and you have only this half hour in which the baby mercifully sleeps to wrestle with the formula. Sally says to go right ahead, dont mind her. She just wants to see the baby. She will Just tiptoe in, she assures you, and wont wake it.-(She does.) THEN SHE thinks you are t Aft g B ft g-fta.a-a-gBJLg.gg c o o a o aiLan-ga a 00000 000000000 ALpin 2-0221 CORNER OF 2ND AYE. AND 20TH ST. ' y LULLABABY MUSIC BOX Covered with quilted satin in blue, yellow, pink or green. Has ties lo attach to crib or bed. Plavs Brahms lullabve. ' $3.95 CHILDRENS MUSIC BOXES For a new baby or for a birthday, choose a gav music box. ALL HAVE GENUINE SWISS MUSIC BOXES. MAIL ORDERS, rlease add 3 sales tax and 3 5 cents postage for each music box. BROMBERGS BABY GIFTS FIRST FLOOR GUARDIAN ANGEL Hand carved wooden angel has music box inside. Plays Brahms lullabye. Pink or blue. $4.95 GAY CAROUSEL Revolves as tune is played. Choose from two handmade scenes and two tunes . . . Sketched. Mary had a lit tle Jill. lamb or Jack and 0 $5.95 z nmrb'Tg6iryB8c ws-gra a"imnr 5B-ginnrg8T)8 mmnnrrfl 5 SHE'LL JUST TIPTOE IN , . . And won't wake baby Far the Finwt Liam BROMBERGS "LINEN SALON, Mcoad floor R. ALpin 2-0221 Corner ef 2nd Ave. and 20th St. for a limited time emonmtw Reg. 30.75 set $- 95 NOW XV SPECIAL DINNER SET Exclusive GLAZE-LOCK" Process makes VERNONWARI Dishwaiher-Safa Wonderful for OVEN-TO-TABLE Service TICKLED PINK HOMESPUN SPECIAL SET INCLUDES FLATTER, VEGETABLE, 9 CREAMER COV'D. SUGAR 4 CUPS 4 SAUCERS 4 DINNER PLATES 4 SALAD PLATES 4 CREALSOUP on most open stock Personals Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hembree (Lucy Reed Ray) and aon, Elliott, Miss Mary Ann Holloway of Memphis and Mrs. Gena D. Ray of Birmingham have returned from a two-week vacation in Havana and Varadero Beach, Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Ader-holt and daughters, Ann aind Cathy, recently returned from a three weeks vacation in Flor- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 195T Ida. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brown and son Brooks at New Smyrnp Beach. . - 1 1 1 ... Britain has scheduled its Seventh National Fabric Fair fbr this October. MRS. R. T. LARSEN . . . Recent bride! making a great to-do when the baby cries and you run solicitously in. She says youll spoil the baby. Anyway, shell hold the baby for you. She just loves babies. She holds the baby briefly, my, arent they rubbery little things, and anyway she knows you want some coffee, you look so tired, so she'll Just fix some for both of you. "And guess what she and Walter did last night? And Sally is off on a monologue that wrecks the afternoon. You just can't tell ter, "Really. Sally I have a million things to do. and if I dont get this finished and get the baby back to sleep and lie down for 10 minutes myself. Ill be a nervous wreck when Jim comes home. So you don't tell her, and she stays, and when Jim comes home, the baby is crying and you are ready to cry, and he says, "What's the matter, what happened today. and you don't dare say, "Nothing. Sally came by. For he will never, never understand. Larsen-Mount vows solemnized The marriage of Frances Louise Mount and Richard Thomas Larsen was solemnized Aug. 25 at 4 p.m. in the chapel of First Methodist Church. The Rev. Munroe Lewis officiated. Wearing a waltz-length gown of Chantilly lace and organza the bride was given in marriage by Lai Lambert of Clinton. A lace coronet encrusted with pearls and iridescents held her illusion veil and she carried a bouquet of orchids and carnations. The brides attendants xvere Mrs. Larry Sligh, matron of honor; Miss Mary Parsons, Miss Martha Warman, bridesmaids. Miss Linda Sligh, flower girl and Glenn Mount, ring bearer. The attendants wore bronze organza frocks and carried cascades of green feathered carnations. John Mauser of Port Washington, N. Y. was best man. Ushers were Sam Klass, of Miami, Fla., and Larry Sligh. A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sligh followed the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Canada the couple will live in Birmingham. New faces Lt. and Mrs. R. Ellison Bal-low (Beth McLean) announce the birth of a son. Michael Roland, Aug. 16. in ltazuka, Japan where Lt. Ballow is stationed. The end of American stockpiling has hit Malayas tin industry, Singapore reports. hep skimmer pumps with jivey bows 5.99 Freshmen, senior ... makes no difference. These are the classics you cant live without, theyre o soft and easy going! Designed to cover a lot of fashionable ground. Black, brown or blue suede; black, brown or blue smooth leather. Pump also available without bow. "Where Beautiful Short Are Fitted Correctly! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH 5:30 TO 9 P.M. Thursday, Sept.. 5th ( Friday, Sept. 6th 10" Flare, Reg. $1.55, Now $1.24 Tea Cup and Saucer, Reg. $1.70, Now $1.36 5 ' ' (fwt Vggetablt Dishes Double, Reg. $3.95, Now $3.16 9" Round, Reg. $1.75, Now $1.40 r M M TVi" Round, Rag. $1.25, Now $1 Creamer, Rag. $2.15, Now $1.72 Chowder, Reg. $1.10, Now 88c Fruit, Reg. 85c, Now 68e MAIL ORDERS ploato add $1 par tat. BROMBERG'S GALLERIES, SECOND FLOOR Becomes brid a Mrs. Alexander Corbett Miller Jr., the former Miss Carolyn Alicia Tolbert, and Mr. Miller will live in Tuscaloosa utter returning from their wedding trip. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allen Tolbert. Mr. Miller, who attends the University, is the son of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Moffatt and Alexander Corbett Miller. Their wedding Aug. 29 was at St. Anthony's Catholic Church. Dauphin Island span traffic keeps mounting MOBILE, Ala., Sept. 5 -() About 65,000 more vehicles and pedestrians crossed the four-mile bridge to Dauphin Island during the past fiscal year than in the previous year. The total for the year ended Saturd? r wai 216,315. The previous figure was 150.767. A total of $426,743.31 in tolla ha been paid aince the span waa opened July L 1955. Daily Dra wings 7 P.M. ADMIRAL CLOCK-RADIO ADMIRAL PORTABLE TV Daily Drawings 7 P.M. ADMIRAL CLOCK-RADIO ADMIRAL PORTABLE TV FREE GIFTS and Registration for Grand Prizes Daily Except Sunday Grand Prize Drawings September 1 4th at 8:00 P.M. GuaJuwtu Savings LOAN ASSOCIATION 2100 BESSEMER RD.-FIVE POINTS WEST t 4 9 i

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