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During January, Univer
sity Television will feature a
number of stimulating ideas
and helpful suggestions for
homemakers. NOW, a weekly
tclemagazine produced by
Ruth G. Sheehan, University
television editor, will present:
The Berry Basket Man and ■
Patriot Peach Pie. flj
January 7, Magic Meal,*
January 14 4-H Cooking Skills I
and Wffafs Bugging YourH
Kitchen? January 21--How E
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DERICK LANCE McCURRY B
Derick Lance McCurry, ■
infant son of Jimmy L. and I
Anna Hughes McCurry of I
Micaville died December 25th ■
in an Asheville hospital. I
Graveside services were H
held Friday, December 26, atß
the Young Cemetery inH
Micaville. ■
MATTIE B. SILVER i
Mrs. Mattie B. Silver, 95,1
of Bakersville and formerly of I
Burnsville, died Wednesday ■
in a Spruce Pine Hospital. She I
was the widow of Cleve Silver ■
who died in 1966 and had I
been making her home with a I
daughter, Mrs. Irene Sparks I
in Bakersville for the past!
nine years. 1
Surviving in addition to I
Mrs. Sparks are another I
daughter, Mrs. Lucille Harrell!
of Kingsport. Tennessee; onel
son, Albert Silver of Spruce I
Pine; one brother, Fredl
Bodford of Burnsville; 81
grandchildren and 7 great-1
grandchildren. 1
Funeral services were held E
at 11 a.m. Saturday ini
Windom Methodist Church of I
which she was a member. I
Revs. Norton Craig, Don!
Turman, Jeff Willis and!
Clarence Buchanan officiated!
and burial was in the Hyatt!
Cemetery. , I
MURPHY HIGGINS
Murphy Higgins, 63, ofl
Burnsville died Sunday night I
at his home after a short I
illness. He and his wife had I
operated Higgins Rest Home I
for the past several years. |
Surviving are the wife, I
Elsie English Higgins; two I
daughters, Mrs. Willorie I
Sands of Michigan and Mrs. j
Christine Angel of Burnsville;
one son, Dennis Higgins of
Asheville; a foster daughter,
Mrs. Madeline Billings of
Maryland; a foster son,
Leonard English of Philadel-I
phia, Pa.; three sisters. Miss
Margie Higgins and Mrs.
Monnie Hensley of Burnsville
and Miss Liddi Hensley of
New York; four brothers, Joe
and Lee Higgins of Asheville,
Shelby and Luther Higgins of
Newport News, Va.; 13
grandchildren and one great]
grandchild.
Funeral services were held
at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the
chapel of Holcombe Brothers
Funeral Home. Revs. Jack
McKinney and Richard Buch
anan officiated and burial was
in the Briggs Cemetery at
Jacks Creek. |
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CENTER
Os Yancey County On
The Burnsville Square
Phone 682-6711
or 682-3709
Mrs. Carmela Mandala
Free is Banking and Pork
Casserole,* January 28 (all
Channels 7:30 p.m. Wednes
day and 3:00 p.m. Fridays).
DISCIPLINE
Regardless of what age
our- children are, one of the
.most difficult jobs we as
parents have is setting limits
on the children’s behavior.
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Child Development Extension
Pennsylvania State Univer
sity, suggests that “once
limits or rules are set, we are
faced with the equally difficult
task of determining what to do
if a rule or limit is broken.
A thirteen-year old girl
knew that she was to come
home immediately after
school. She knew the rule afid
several times when the rule
was "almost” broken, she t
was told that if she broke it i
again she would not be 1
allowed to use the telephone i
that night. 1
One Wednesday night the
girl failed to cone home
directly after school. Whets
she finally did arrive home,
her mother v&ry calmly
informed her of the rule and
the consequence and the fact
that the girl had broken the
rule. That night she would not
be permitted to use the
telephone. No anger, no
tears, and all went well until
after supper. " ii*
Homework time arrived.
Silence from the girl’s bed
room for one hour. Then in
somewhat a state of panic the
girl informed her mother that
she did not remethbjfer to write
down the English assignment.
Poor girl! And she was
having some trouble in
English anyway. “Could I call
Jane? She always knows what
the English assignment is.”
With that sentence the crisis
occurred. The girl’s mother
thought quickly about the
English grade and told the
girl to make it brief. When
mother allowed the phone
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call, she fell into the trap. The
girl was able to manipulate
the parent into allowing her to
use the telephone.
There are times when a
child breaks a rule and must
suffer the consequence. But
sometimes we don’t make
certain that he or she does it.
We set limits and conse
quences but never follow
through. In situations like
that we don’t follow througj
sometimes e der wlv
Regardless of how stern-face
we appear, if we don’t folio
through, we lose much but ts
child loses more. He or sh
finds out that we really don
mean what we say!
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