The News and Observer from Raleigh, North Carolina on December 30, 1955 · 11
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The News and Observer from Raleigh, North Carolina · 11

Raleigh, North Carolina
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Friday, December 30, 1955
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t' - A SWEDISH TEA TOWEL goes back into her suitcase as Barbara Winberg (left) packed to return to New York City Her hostess Miss Carolyn Warlick laughs at an anecdote as the girls have a last minute chat about the many good times thei've shared during this horiday visit Swedish Visitor Is Fond Of Raleigh and Weather By BETSY MARSH plied that the quality stand The cold snap didn't both- ard remains higher there er one pretty young holiday Clothing in the extremely visitor low priced bracket is not She's Miss Barbro Winberg available as it is here "We a native of Stockholm Swe- ' buy better quality and wear den where cold winters are it longer" she explained the expected Blue-eyed Bar- The pretty young Swedish bro with her English-type girl speaks beautiful English peaches and cream complex- with an accent obviously on was the holiday guest of Swedish and a voice that is Miss Carolyn War lick a fel- delightfully musical The low New York student at the excellent command of Ian-Manhattan School of Music guage belies her arrival at Carolyn is the daughter of the "stateside" school less Mr and Mrs Maxwell War- than a year ago lick of 3103 Eton Rd But that's when she Enthusiastically vows Bar- reached New York under the bro "I like Raleigh it's sponsorship of her employer great to be in a family like a maker of lingerie and foun this at Christmas time" dations in Stockholm It's The two girls who come been a busy year with classes from environments poles from nine in the morning unapart met while living in the til five in the afternoon five same residence home in the days a week New York 80's Barbro is a Sandwiched in have been student at the Schol of Fash- trips to museums tours of Ion Design as a fashion de- department stores and nu-sign major with a specialty in merous fashion shows With foundations and lingerie the months of study on the The convenient locale of last lap Barbro will put the-the home to the school and ory to practice as an assist-the fact that most of the ant designer for one of the boarders are European make large manufacturers in the the place an ideal home City's famous garment disaway-from-home for this tal- trict ented girl Ali in all 1955 has been a "I think the variety (of ' year of new things new fashions) over here is tre- places and new people for meudous" she said And visiting Barbro Her return added "The price range to New York yesterday will would suit anybody" Asked - leave many new North Caro-bow the price lines compared lina friends hoping she re with those in Sweden she re- turns soon Child Behavior You Can Help Sensitive Child By Not -Pushing Him By FRANCES L ILG M D and LOUISE BATES AMES PhD' "Dear Doctors: 'The advice you give concerning child behavior is the best I have ever heard or read and I certainly will appreciate any help you may give me "My son who is eight is a very bright boy in the third grade receiving superior grades He is ' rather small for his age is very active extremely talkative so ciable craves companionship is sometimes timid with strangers very honest overly-conscientious but is a bit of a dreamer He is very slow physically and somewhat lazy He learns very quickly and remembers everything he learns He is also very sensitive and can't stand disappointments He cries easily He is very excitable and 'a worrier and we don't tell him about our plans too far In advance He has great difficulty in getting to sleep at night and hates to go to bed i r! "Our main difficulty with him - k the fact that he is so afraid to try anything new When he first i MaratieteMIEWAINVPZ:gikaU Risking irreplaceable vision with skimpy eyesight service and low quality gimes is foolish and can be harmful When you "shop around" foe 1 iow-priced eye-care you gamble - with the odds against you with the dice loaded to trip you! Your eye' deserve the best—only true thoroughly pro tessional visual service ONE DAY SERVICE CREDIT ACCOUNTS 11"1"C"it "S Optical Lalbaiatory 1 111sooluent Preisielsetti Sidlt eel" 11016 11418111 11111O1' 11111021111013 went to church at the age of four he was spanked for misbehaving once and then refused to go because he said he 'couldn't be that good' When be entered the first grade he didn't want to go to school unless I went with him Once he got there he was perfectly happy 1 "He has been a member of the 1 Cub Scouts for the past six months which he thoroughly en- joys A few weeks ago the Scouts were to attend church services together in uniform and he em- barrassed me almost to tears when we arrived at the church and he informed me that he wouldn't sit with them but rather wanted to sit with me And this be did despite my persuasion We were so angry with him He said he didn't know why he did that except that be was afraid he wouldn't know what to do and didn't want to make any mistakes "In the spring be will be old enough to join the Little League All his friends who haven't already joined will then and I'm worried for fear he won't want to even though he likes baseball "Will our son always be this way or is there some way we can help him to gain self-confidence? Or whatever he lacks? "I will admit that my husband and I spend much time correcting scolding and punishing and criticizing him and I know we expect too much from him" Your son sounds like a very nice little boy Also we think you have a very good understanding of his basic personality You might of course wish that he was a little hardier and that things were not so difficult for him However since be is rather sensitive it is good that he can and does protect himself We personally think he did right in the church incident even though it may have been embarrassing to you You of course hope that he will join the Little League this spring but if he doesn't feel ready It is Important for you not to put on too much pressure Let him make the decision Your son will probablyalwayr be this way more or less In our opinion the way you can help him most is by not pushing him t)o much Let him know that yau are satisfied with him as he is Criticism and disapproval will further weaken him Approval and praise will help him to feel more ems and readier to tty difficult things Ms Best Weds Mil 'brook Postmaster WARSAW — Miss R eb e cc a Graham Best Lnd Eugene Crocker Beddingfield were united in marriage in the Warsaw Baptist Church here yesterday afternoon The Rev H M Baker officiated The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs George Simon Best of this city Mr Beddingfield is the on of Mrs Charles Amos Beddingfield o: Millbrook Nuptial music was presented by Mrs Glenn Brown organist and Mrs Bill Byrd soloist The bride wore a gown of candlelight satin fashioned with a bertha of chantilly lace embroidered in seed pearls and iridescent sequins The bouffant skirt extended in a chapel train Her fingertip veil of French illusion was attached to a tiera of lace Over satin embroidered in pearls Mrs Purcell Jones of Clinton attended her sister as matron of honor She wore a waltz length gown of peacock blue taffeta with a matching headband of velvet leaves and carried a colonial nosegay of rose pink carnations and better times roses Maid of honor was Mrs L M Lancaster cousin to the bride whose dress was similar to that of the honor attendant Anna Best daughter of Dr and Mrs D E Best of Goldsboro and cousin of the bride was Bower girl Honorhry bridesmaids were Miss Mary Plyde Marsh of Wades Boro Miss Betty Best of Goldsboro and Miss Mae Brock and Miss Lynn Veach both of this city Charles A Beddingfield Jr of Oxford was his brother's best man The ushers were George S Best Jr brother of thebride J Purcell Jones of Clinton Leslie H Brown Jr of Warsaw and Palatka Fla and Bill Perry of Millbrook Mrs Best wore blue lace with matching accessories and orchids The mother of the bridegroom wore navy lace and crepe with orchids Following the ceremony the parents of the bride entertained with a reception at their home For her wedding trip Mrs Beddingfield chose a costume suit of navy wool with winter white accessories and orchids Mrs Beddingfield was graduated from Wake Forest College and has been teaching for several years Mr Beddingfield is postmaster at Millbrook where the couple will make their home Social Calendar 12:30 pm—Dick Mason Jr gives Informal luncheon for house-guest Lloyd Horton at the Mason home King Williams Rd 8:00 pm—Jordan-Seago wedding rehearsal at Hayes Barton Bap- - tist Church to be followed by cake-cutting at home of Mrs W L Noneman 2108 White Oak Rd I Ii : :4 Ikto I kv4444404 MRS EUGENE CROCKER BEDDINGFIELD Births Mr and Mrs Frank D Castle-bury of 5546 Hillsboro Rd a son Fleming Thompson Dec 27 at Rex Hospital Mrs Castlebury Is the former Evelyn Thompson of Goldsboro Mr and Mrs K W Wilkinson of 2338 Millbank Rd a daughter Rachel Donelson Dec 24 at Rex Hospital Mrs Wilkinson is the former Dorothy Donelson of Danville Va - Mr and Mrs Stephen Rudge Kenney of Wilmington a son Stephen Fawcett Dec 26 at James Walker Hospital in Wilmington Mrs Kenney is the former Katherine Fawcett of Raleigh Mr and Mrs George T Fisher of 1201 Hillsboro St a daughter Georgia Carolyn Dec 21 at Mary Elizabeth Hospital Mrs Fisher is the former Georgia Pearce of Garner Mr and Mrs Stephen nudge Kenney of Wilmington a son Stephen Faucette Dec 26 at James Walker Memorial Hospital Wilmington Mrs Kenney is the former Katherine Faucette of Raleigh - Mr and Mrs Clement Hunter Weston of Franklinton a daughter Dec 23 at Rex Hospital Mrs Weston is the former Gene Thompson of Franidinton FIME:ZagiMEZIEMZEIMMIWArrao U11111 !Ill (PA I A a skirt style for 4 11 t U ' ilj "" 4 1 7) ) 1 F SMALL MEDIUM TALL it voile S' Vier II 95 a a a 112 ---'ize Silver and White Color Motif Used A fairyland of silver and white was used throughout the Carolina Country Club last evening for the annual buffet and dance of the Nine O'Clock Cotillion Club Table centerpieces were beds of silvered magnolia leaves around silver candelabra holding lighted white tapers The buffet table was decorated in silver and white Dinner and dancing was enjoyed by approximately 200 members and guests Hostesses were: Mr and Mrs E T Burr Mr and Mrs Bryson W Biggs Dr and Mrs Joseph J Combs Mr and Mrs Lloyd E Canady and Mr and Mrs R E Dunn Copper Class Classes in copper enameling will be offered in the Pullen Park Community Center beginning Jan 3 The instruction will be given each Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7 until 10 p m Mrs J W Chalfant will teach the classes which are open to anyone 15 years old and up She has served for a number of years as craft director at the local Girl Scout camp Washing spinach leaves? Lukewarm water may remove the sand better than cold water mwmgrwm Open Tonight 'Tit 9 SMALL MEDIUM OR TALL pastel flannel proportionate skirt by Just Received a New Shipment New edition of Sporteens famous success story skirt now In pastels the skirt that's perfectly proportioned from waistlineto hemline to fit you whether you're small medium or tall Tailored with a back-lining to keep your silhoutte smooth styled with three kick pleats in front one in bock Proportionate sizes 10 to 20 Colors: light grey coral turquoise melon charcoal ELIZMI7111MZ2121111N212131072t11 Ivey:raylor Co Raleigh N C Please send me the following skirts: CcToT——T--Ounit 1 I I 1 rAddress Is Please add 2 56 $ales tax plus 35c postage 41MIMMOMMIMMMMq I today and Sat only Come in and see these beautiful furs priced for this special end of the year promotion Scarfs clutch capes cape jackets stoles and jackets in your choice of dyed processed mouton lamb muskrat Russian squirrel sheared raccoon Japanese mink ermine mink in natural silver blue wild ranch or royal pastel All furs labeled to show country of origin ' See this large group of blouses priced at only 339 formerly up to 598 Assorted styles and materials - on our street floor special end of the year fur' promotion with special prices fur salon third floor 00 special on popular priced hats 1 4 pc place setting S Ilib "VISO 61 bop K 11Ce3C1 N C FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 1955 BOOKS CLOSED: all purchases charged today and for the rest of the month due Feb 10th Raleigh Open Tonight sTa 9 1 of the ar specials bought with thrifty d min d m ind mind one group of blouses' only 339 EM7!MOUITNEWMit'' formerly up to 1500 2oo 3o 199 The most attractive babywear ever! Mode of finest pre-shrunk fabrics in white and pastels with exquisite embroidered designs Every stitch carefully put in by skillful hands This offer is for today and Sat only! children's dept second floor hand made infant wear 1 special bibs 2 for 100 amazing purchase and sale sarong girdles in "Helga" pattern normally sells for 400 24 pc place setting 9 98 Knife fork teaspoon soup spoon in imported polished stainless steel ot the lowest prices we've seen Never tarnishes 8r needs polishing Good modern design Ideal for home use patio entertaining weekend cottages and kitchen showers only normally sells for 1095 each !MPWSIEd Here's your chance to really save on a famous name garment SARONG! Only a Sarong never rides up or binds always flattens your tummy curbs your curves gives you lightweight boneless freedom keeps your figure fashionable! In white only sizes 26 to 34 - foundations second floor ' ' ' MIEWEICSSZETMcis:4sLmmzmnialwms111: famous name jewelry 1 2 Price necklaces bracelets and earrings on our street floor famous brand girdles and pantie girdles 11 00 only L The nylon midget girdle that stretches to your size in S M & L in whit only Normally sells for 298 millinery third floor on our street floor 01r237:MZSTMC24MMIENVIIMEIPPlitarIMMEZMEIMISZ11711ENalala polished stainless steel flatware 1 00 II each gift shop third floor 11 95 each - 10144AL ' eA10 A SWEDISH suitcase as Barbar New York City laughs at an anec( ' j chat about the ma this horiday visit tt 1 Swedish V Of f r By BETSY MAB ) The cold snap dich '- 1 t 1evrisiotonre pretty young She's Miss Barbro 1 a native of Stockholl ti den where cold win( f i the expected Blue-ej bro with her Eng peaches and cream c t ion was the holiday I Miss Carolyn War licl low New York studen Manhattan School of Carolyn is the daul 4 Mr and Mrs Maxwt lick of 3103 Eton Rd Enthusiastically vot bro "I like Raleigh j great to be in a fair this at Christmas tim The two girls wh from environments apart met while livin same residence home New York 80's Bari student at the Schol c Ion Design as a fast sign major with a spel foundations and ling( The convenient lo the home to the sch the fact that most boarders are Europea the place an ideal away-from-home for I ented girl "I think the van fashions) over here meudous" she said added "The price would suit anybody" bow the price lines a with those in Sweden Child Behavia You Can I Child E By FRANCES L ILG It LOUISE BATES AM I 11 "Dear Doctors: f 'The advice you give ing child behavior is t have ever heard or re certainly will appreciate you may give me "My son who is eight ! bright boy in the third 1 ceiving superior grade l' rather small for his lip active extremely talk defile craves compunil sometimes timid with I very honest overlycons but is a bit of a dream very slow physically a ' what lazy He learns vl ly and remembers ever learns He is also very and can't stand disappc He cries easily He is v able and 'a worrier and tell him about our plan In advance He has g culty in getting to sleet and hates to go to bed i! 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