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Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Apr 16 1953, Page 5

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - April 16, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeWomen s work by Gay Pauley up staff correspondent new York up Wield a Little precaution along with the dust mop if you want to keep Spring cleaning Safe. Safety experts remind the homemaker on a dirt riddance Binge that Home accidents took 29.500 lives in 1952, and Many of them occurred during the Spring cleaning season. The housewife is mighty vulnerable at this time of the said mrs. Marjorie May Home safety director for the greater new York safety Council. She a scrambling around cleaning windows climbing up on a step a ladder to clean closets or Wash Chi Lintus More things Are just bound to happen to mrs. May said that half of All accidents around the House occur from Falls with Burns rank ins next. Don t hurry hurry worry and fatigue Are the Bis three in the Hazard de mrs. May continued. Plan House cleaning so you Rlynn t set Overly tired and keep the plan flexible. Better extend the Job Over two weeks instead of trying to get it done in two she offered these additional safety tips Don t Perch on window Sills to clean windows. Better use a ladder and Don t overreach. The Law of Gravity is against you. Use care in working with print removers shellac and cleaning fluids. Keep them out of reach of children. Some cleaning fluids should be used Only in a Well ventilated room even if they re not Flam Mable because the fumes Are dangerous. Watch in using hot water especially with children underfoot. It. Takes less heat to scald a child than it does a tougher said mrs. May. Mrs. May cautioned against waxing stairs or putting scatter Yiirs at either the head or foot of the Steps. Sensible clothes and in waxing floors use a minimum of Wax and a Maxi mum of Elbow she added. A surplus of Wax makes easy whether cleaning inside or outside Don t overwork. Strain she said was one of the com Mon ailments of Spring clean ing. Clean out the Medicine Cabi net getting rid of medicines no longer needed poisons should be out of reach of children and labelled so there s no mistaking their Content. Wear sensible clothes for housecleaning. Mrs. May said Fuli skirted dresses Are Hazard Ous. So Are dangling apron Strines. Shoes Are she added. No High heels of course. But old shoes which fit loosely Are dangerous when you re standing on a the filmy curtains Many homemakers put up for hot weather often Are fire hazards and she suggested they be treated with a Borax solution which is a flame Retarder and also gives a starch like finish. The recipe 6 of. Borax 5 of. Dry boric acid and 3 quarts water. Mix the Borax and boric acid each with half of the water and then Combine. Make sure the curtains Are thoroughly saturated. Mrs. May said the solution would not affect fabric or color. Pilot club hears project reports the outgoing and incoming executive Board members of the Pilot club of Kingsport met tuesday night april 14 at the Home of miss Evelyn Sandusky. Mrs. Collins retiring pres ident presided. Final reports of the 1952-53 Secretary were heard and mrs. Collins announced that a total of was spent by the club this past year on its main projects tuberculosis transportation to the Nursery meditation room at Holston Valley Community Hospital and donations to local charities and drives. Committee chairmen for the coming year were announced by mrs. Sandford Neely president for this year. They Are attend Ance. Mrs. Anna Hester by Laws mrs. Henry Collins coordinating. Miss Jean Graves education mrs. John Bradshaw Extension miss Marjorie Quillen finance. Miss Mabel Jones International relations miss Evelyn Sandusky legislation miss Ruby Ball civil defense miss Jean Graves membership classification miss Marjorie Quillen Pilot information mrs. Q. H. Bostic Public affairs. Miss Laura husband publicity mrs. Thomas l. Adams reception Fellowship. Mis Margaret Abernathy True course Ever fund miss Ruth Wexler tuberculosis mrs. Cecil Slaughter year Book miss mar Garet Abernathy scrapbook miss Margaret Deakins and parliamentarian mrs. Henry Collins. A plan to include new Mem Bers classified from More Kings port businesses was discussed eleven members were present. Week s club events thursday dress. Cassidy pcs with mrs. James Bridwell Heights presbyterian Simerly Blountville at . I Church Circle pin. With Philemon class of first meth mrs Charles Bridwell. Odist Church 6 . For covered Indian Springs Pat 7 . Dish supper past matrons and patrons club or Bank Pat installation of rummage Sale at . In officers at . Chamber of Commerce please note change of meeting building time. _ saturday Westview Park methodist St. Dominic s children s Carni Church Circle 1, . With Val at St. Dominic s school from mrs. W. L. White 725 Fairvin Ewul to 5 . Sponsor carnival St. Dominic s Pat will Spon Sor a children s carnival Satur Day from 1 . To 5 . At the school. Entertainment will include Bingo fish Pond Novelty Booth an Exchange Booth for toys. And Pony rides. Refreshments will be sold at the snack bar. Parents and children Are invited to attend. Ave. Friday Bell Ridge Pat . Clara Yancey Bible class with mrs. J. M. Cross 618 Watauga St., at 2 30 ., mrs. Emma Barlow of Johnson City Leader. Sullivan Home demonstration club 2 . With mrs. Earl Chil Lee round up will new can ton hoc shades Kingsport times thurs., april 16, 1953 5 new arrivals the Spring round up for school will be held of May 1, from 9-11 . And 1-3 j on stration club at her Home. . At Washington school and two guests was announced thursday. Javere present. The group was All children planning to enter led in prayer by mrs. R. G. Row Lee school in september will land. Common Cru i Stag by p p Lawrence Beaman Wieker son monday House and Garden club 2 . With mrs. Charles b. Hay 13521 Linville St., mrs. T. R. Bandy As sisting hostess. Mrs. N. A. Stead Man will speak on planning for dried members either Spring be Given a medical examination project reports were Given by or and mrs Thomas h. Land the required immunizations. Mrs Donald Brooks citizenship i Wicker 1661 Pineola ave., at no child will be permitted to end mrs. M. C. Phillips april 11, weighing 7 Ter school who has not had the management. Pounds 6 ounces. Club Tea. Country club Steak party with Ruth Bray at the piano. Reservations Are requested. Sunday Buffet. Reservations Are requested. _ Don t neglect slipping false Teeth Are requested to bring dried arrangements or Flowers in circular arrangements. Tuesday Glen Alpine methodist Church circles . As follows 1. Mrs. Harry Sloan Linden drive 2, mrs. Joe Creasy Highway 81 3, mrs. Sam Steadman Sullivan gardens. Examination. This is a state Law. Mrs. R. P. Moss and mrs. Lola each child must have his birth Shaun displayed lampshades. Re certificate with him and be a , club members met at mrs. Companies by a Parent. Moss Home for an All Day of if parents desire they May of covering and remodelling lamp Tain Blanks at Washington school and have their family i physician Complete the Examina Blanks must be brought to the Ilion and immunizations. These school the Day of the round up. Randall Lee Mcconnell son of or. And mrs. Ryland Fred Mcconnell Kingsport route 6, at Hych april 14. Weighing 7 pounds rv2 ounces. Ca Quillan son of or. And laude l. Quinlan. Gate City a Hych april 14, weigh ing 9 pounds 4 ounces. Oon t Uch inon i Frt drop. Gnu talk. Or Manri be annoy cd Ana by h in i Kalm -and1 to Sprinkle on four s false or mtg Olufs confident Teellar of Comfort Junn Snoj. Tasie o a Hinc Oft rime times news classified ads get results diamonds exclusively at w. B. Greene co. Penney big savings in every department special Nylon pucker dresses Low Low Price solids and prints Little or no ironing easy to launder several styles Sharp Clear colors choose several misses and half Sizer. Second floor boys sport shirts 00 first Quality Cotton Plasse Bright Clear prints sizes 4-6-8-10-12-14 16-18 Balcony 1 Nylon Tricot slips Frothy Nylon lace trims washes easily dries quickly White Only sizes 32 to 40 Street floor girls knit gowns 1 00 sizes 2-14 Balcony girls panties 4 sizes 4-14 Balcony women s sandals 2 50 White and Tan sizes Street floor pants 29 to 42 shirts to 17 Sanford Zed Khaki precision Cut Rayon tropical men s Slacks five Spring shades Waist sizes 29-42 Street floor Feather weight Denim casuals Rayon faille lined Cushion crepe soles heels i anniversary special for Beach or casual Wear Cushion crepe soles wheat or Blue color sizes 6 to 11 Street floor imported Irish Linen for Cool smart dresses for summer sport clothes for tablecloths napkins 13 sunny colors. 36" wide. Basement look Penney s Plasse spreads drapes was fast Plasse prints White Plasse Ruff Les outstanding value 00 basement big 22 x44 Bath towels Cannon Quality Jill Penney priced Bath Towel face Towel Wash cloth. E Brilliant decorator colors

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