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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - August 18, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeKingsport times wednesday. August 18. 1954 mrs. Jon Cross Shoemaker visits in Gate City hostess to club i a Section Lor Mam has been 1 at country Home member of diversified a spurt a a hair mrs. Car and mrs. Fred b. Linen Silver Shower honors miss Deming miss Barbara a pining who will become the Bride of Harold Burke on August 29. Was honoured at a Lovely bridal Shower. Wednesday night. Miss Samera Kassem miss Barbara Anderson and mrs. Charles Brown were hostesses for the Linen and Silver Shower held at the Kin sport utilities. The charming honoured who was presented a Lamellia Corsage and a Gravy ladle in her chosen Silver pattern by her hostesses wore a smart Blue sheer Cotton dress with White Snowflake applique and White accessories. Green and Cerise was the Coin scheme used throughout for dec orations and refreshments. Guests included mrs. C. P Deming sr., Mother of the Bride elect mrs. Sam Wright mrs. C. P. Deming jr., mrs. James Huntsy mrs. Harold Robinson mrs. Bob Slaughter mrs Bud Clark mrs. Jerry Marshall. Miss Betty Poteat miss Clara Hall and miss Ann Massengill. Also miss Shirley Joseph. Miss Patsy Mcamis. Miss Betty Lou Neil. Miss Carolyn Coleman miss Paula Gilliam. Miss Toby Thomp son miss Dotty Teeter. Miss Betty Nell Chambers and miss Joanne Woodruff. Mrs Clyde Burke Mother of the bridegroom to be was unable to attend due to illness. Event looks on. Beatrice Fairfax says should t ask for too much Freedom too soon it s pretty hard sometimes to Bridge the wide Gap Between parents who Are Over strict and Young people who want too much free Dom. Here is a letter form one such teen Ager who True enough is too tightly restricted by her parents but who at the same time is per haps asking a Little too much too soon. She writes my problem is How to meet boys my age and a Little older. I work at my father s store which is near an army Post and inn to let her go. If she does t know of any such club How about asking some older woman she knows to help her Start one no teen Center in her cite is there no Leen age Center and where in her City if she does t know she can c null up her news paper and cities Fot Church Many churches make b special Effort to provide whole. Mrs. Robert Wood hand program j chairman gave her report for the program committee and a Brief outline of programs for the next five months. Art. Home crafts. Christmas decorations and religion will All be studied by club Mem Bers for the sex Tea months. Speaker for the afternoon was mrs. Charles Mather club Mem ber who gave a talk on modern Art. She illustrated her talk with reproductions by famous painters among them i three musicians by Picasso mrs. Mather told the group that modern Art could not be explained in one word and that one had 10 look at it with an open mind. She pointed out that modern an began Back in 1870. In 1874 artists held their own exhibition for the first time. Before this the French government had held the exhibition. This first exhibition in 1874 supervised entirely by the artists held their modern Art works. The critics were of course extremely critical and called their efforts mrs. Said. The artists resented this but the word stuck and today impress and design Are the main things about modern Art Gogh was one of the first of the impressionists. He was a religious Nian and one who led a very sad life. He began painting at the age of 27 and did his Best j works in Southern France. He died a Bachelor at the age of 57. After the meeting was adjourned delicious refreshment were served by the hostesses. Three weeks at her Home Here. Or and mrs. Gerald Summers and daughter Mary Susan have re turned from a trip through Texas and Louisiana where they visited or. And mrs. Bonnie sailing and i is Beaumont. Texas and or Ai d mrs l. P. Simms. At Lake Charles la. Mrs. Clarence Lane and son Fred Lane granddaughter Glenna Bellamy left wednesday night by i car for Chicago. Til. They were accompanied by Jack Lane who will j be married saturday. August huh to miss june Lanciloti. Mrs Fred Lane and Glyna will return on i sunday by plane and or and cil v Honvo after a honeymoon spent at an undisclosed Drann Banner visits sister in Petersburg miss Ann Banner has returned Home after visiting her sister mrs Bettyjo Banks in Petersburg. A she was accompanied Home by Banks who will make a Short visit with her parents or. And mrs. Marion Banner. Or. And mrs. Robert Mcfall Birmingham. Ala., Are visiting or. Mcfall s sister mrs. E. T. Carter they will return sunday and leave their daughter Lee who will spend two weeks with her aunt. Mrs. Carter who will accompany her. Or. And mrs. Sam Pierson mrs. Lillian Franklin. Misses to Cleek and Betty Blankenship. Attended a picnic at j. Fred Johnson me Morial Park last tuesday Nicht Sam Steele to umber last sunday and enjoyed a mrs. Ben Draper and Summersville news 1 ask. How about Active Kyj i ii n i i boys and girls at her a ftps Vuk i Dany churches make mall us Ijiri some entertainment worthwhile activities. And for other Young Summerville of spa or. And mrs. G. C. Marsh visited mrs. Which is near an army Post and people and i suggest shit inter Marsh s brother or. Clarence will the boys at the Post Are much too about these. Surety he Parent Lis and mrs Willis of Bristol Sun old for me. I am 14 years old. Would Norm it Parent Dav off Pranom Wallace flew his plane to Miami Fla last week to m visit his daughter Gerridine cum Berlind Ken has been ill for some time re turning he flew up the West coast stopping to visit friends along the . Her son Hoyt p. Boa Trigler a and and Iowa family. Mrs. Jennings has been a or mrs. Logan g Flanary resident of Florida for the past i returned last week end from Pitts several years. J Burgh. Pa., where or. Flanary at w d Taylor and mrs. The Freedman Shelby sales Laylor attended the meeting and convention picnic of the . At big Stone i Gap last wednesday. I. Mrs. Edley Addington Alt Walp Onie Horton. And mrs. Steve Hijii Vij Roll of Ford town. Are visiting their i brother or. Bayard and family Ini avid Allen of Rochester. Minn. They went to at Lar and mrs. Ralph Rotenberry tend tile wedding of their Niece Rollye 4. Holston Valley Cam. Miss Horton which was solemnized Mun to Hospital. August weigh on saturday. August huh ing 6 pounds 3 ounces. Mss Nancy Smith is visiting David Edward Phillips son of Jon Sooro John or. And mrs. Gerald Phillips son City this week. Route 6, Kingsport at Hych a or. And mrs. Robert Seave Rogust 11, weighing 8 pounds 151 have their grandson Richard Gil ounces. Luu a Juul Mese. Oll Rev Goranf old for me. I am 14 years old. Would permit her to take my parents won t allow me to anything the Church i i go with my girl friends to the offer us have to movies downtown. They have heard and read in the papers so much about girls being annoyed by strange men that they Are afraid if i went out by myself or with my girl friends i might be next. They also say that if i were to go to own alone i might get lost be Here. Then Are More than the one suggestion for which she asks and i Hope she will think them Over and try them out then write me again and let me know what Progress she has been Able to make. In the meantime Springdale club meets in new club building mrs. Carl Stephens and mrs. Robert Patterson were hostesses for the first meeting of the Spring Dale Community club in the new Community club House recently. Mrs. Charlie Hamblen opened the meeting with prayer. A most interesting report on the women of the Bible was Given by mrs. L. C. Mccarley. Mrs. Musser and Jareda a duet let me lose myself and find it lord in j during the business session members voted to sell christinas cards arid hold a bake Sale before the september meeting. Twenty one members enjoyed the meeting. One new member mrs. Ernest Dillow and one visitor mrs. L. C. Mccarley were welcomed. Hostesses for the next meet ing will be mrs. Charlie Hamblen and mrs. Arthur Martin. Thursday ladies Day Golf and Bridge. Luncheon lobster picnic. Cause i have never been downtown a alone. In fact. I never go anywhere without the whole family going too. And almost the Only place we Ever go is to a drive in theater. There Are five of us in the family and if any of us Don t want to go to the drive in we Are forced to go. Once my parents minds Are made up. We have to go. How is she going to meet Nice boys How am i Ever going to mee1. Any Nice boys the Way my life is arranged my girl friends have told me you have helped them and other girls with their problems and that you Are bound to have Al least one suggestion about what i can do or say to get my parents to Iet me go to town alone and to movies with my girl although i can understand very Well How this girl feels i can also understand her parents worries. After All she is Only 14 years old. Which is pretty Young to go about very much on her own. Still i do think she should have a Little More Freedom than she apparently does and that she should be Able to enjoy the Normal activities of girls and boys her own age. I Don t think she ought to ask to go to the movies at night but i should think she might be allowed to go with a group of friends on a saturday afternoon for instance. Is she too Busy at the store to get away at such a time i would think she is a bit Jiyoung too to be tied Down to working in a store so much that she had no time for fun and i Hope this is not the Case. Don t some of her girl friends belong to some Nice club she might enjoy and if so could t she get them to ask her parents if she might enjoy it if the activities of the club were always carried on at a proper place and in a proper manner her parents might be will i la think -----.t.1111., 1 11 Lull Ali about her problem and perhaps some this else to Urjil suggest. Week s club events thursday combined meeting and presbyterian e Church picnic p.m., Church. At the clubm1fside Kincheloe. Is a e Cassidy a pcs p.m., with mrs. Guy Bridwell. Charles Dewitt vow Aiu lobby club. 12 noon covered dish picnic. Mrs. Neal Ketron s summer Home. It. Carmel a pcs 11 Hurch for annual picnic. Emu monthly meeting. Spring Dale Baptist Church Church. Church Day afternoon. Or. And mrs. Author Ward and children Johnnie and Linda visited or. Ward s brother Walter Ward and mrs. Ward of Boones Creek recently. Or. And mrs. Alex Bailey and daughter Wanda and mrs. G. C. Cox spent sunday with or. And mrs. E. D. Cox and family of Bethany. Or. And mrs. Flemins Ferguson and children Billy Steve Larry and Susie visited mrs. Ferguson s parents or. And mrs. W. M. Hurd if Bloomingdale wednesday. Wanda sue and Billy Jane Blevins of Peoria Illinois Are visiting their grandparents mrs. Isaac Johnson. Or. And mrs. Paul Byrd and Amily of or Bank visited or. Byrd s parents or. And mrs. W. C. Byrd and Rhoda thursday. Or. And mrs. De English of Greene county visited their son a. J. English and wife recently. Mrs. W. D. Willis of Highland was visiting her daughter mrs. G. C. Marsh. Monday. Mrs. Howard Millsap and son Hickie visited her sister mrs. W11- son Cox wednesday. I mrs. Lou Bishop of Kingsport j and mrs. Jane Hurd of md., visited their sister mrs. Flem ins Ferguson and family saturday night. To Pulaski va., Friday night on account of the illness of her Mother mrs. M. B. Elrod mrs. Gladys whited has had As recent guests her sons Don and Liam of Lynn Garden for a. Wek s St. Martins visit Lebanon a. Or. And mrs. E. V. St. Martin visited relatives in Lebanon. A. And Johnson City. Tenn., last week mrs. Dallas Compton was called Pamlia Parker daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Parker route 6 Kingsport. At Hych. August 12, weighing 6 pounds 12 i ounces. Edward Robert Cole son of or and mrs. Martin Lee Cole 744 Howard Hill at Hych August 14 weighing 7 pounds 13, ounces. Cynthia Duff Mechem daughter of or. And mrs. Leon Edward me chem 1001 Wateree St., at Hych August 13, weighing 7 pounds 14 miss Donna Leigh Barnes who has been in Kingsport from Bay City Michigan was honoured with a luncheon recently celebrating her eleventh birthday. An visitor luncheon honoree Deane Mattox. Miss Jackie Isley and miss Marlene Atkins. N pile torture soothed in few minutes mrs. Thomas a. Egerton and miss Phyllis Barnes entertained with a luncheon Friday for miss Donna Leigh Barnes a visitor from Bay City Mich. The occasion marked the honoree s element birthday. Donna and her brother Elev i act now for fast Relief from lure of piles. Don t wait another returned to Bay City tuesday after spending the summer with their Day. Apply Peterson s ointment at once. This Cooling soothing As grandparents. Or. And mrs. E. B Barnes of Linville Street and mrs. I Joyful Thomas Egerton of Ashley Street. R u is us neg quickly. All Druff a Green and yellow color scheme was used in the Egerton Home where the luncheon was Given. Miss Eleanor Whitlow assisted the hostesses. Bingo and several other games and contests provided entertain-1 Niento for the afternoon. I eleven girls enjoyed the Delight Ful event. Prizes were won by miss Mary Adams. Miss Susie Hender son. Miss Linda Preston miss Becky Wade. Miss Carolyn Glenn. Miss Betty Hawks and miss Linda Leeper. Other guests. Included miss gifts Box 45c or applicator 75c. Peterson s ointment Delight or Money ii till tvs i0c St. Joseph if Tod want qualit1 photo finishing lowest prices the place to save is Wallace news one Daj scr race open is hours daily can you buy diamonds at these Low prices during Sterchi s summer clearance Sale save 25% to 50% and even More Belia Grove Home demons Lra Tion club picnic . With mrs. Sidney Breeding. Bring Cov ered dish. Welcome Wagon club luncheon at Kingsport inn. Greene s to land special Tony dolls regular Tony dolls now regular Tony dolls now regular Tony dolls now Many other special buys in All departments use your charge account Greene s entire Stock electric fans priced from 6.75 to 89.95 reduced Diamond amazing incredible absolutely unbelievable that s what people Are say ing about hic tremendous of nationally advertised Pia mend rings 0 Romance. 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