Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Dec 16 1953, Page 17

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - December 16, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeBoys club events by Warren g. Brown this past summer at Gat one of our newest members Kelley Wayne Kilpatrick 103 Warpath drive is enjoying our recent of Snow More per haps than our other boys. Wayne who is fourteen moved Here recently from Bradenton fla., and is seeing the strange White stuff for the first time. Two other members who Haven t seen very rough Winters Are Frank and Bill Mathews 26 Robertson St., who came to us from Atlanta of. We Hope these Fel lows will Reserve their opinions of our weather until they see How Beautiful it is Here in the Spring and summer. A. B. Cole Man should pay us something for this civic plug our big Christmas party will be held at the club wednesday december 23, beginning at 6 . We Are still looking for individuals or organizations that would like to help finance this party for the kids. Last year three clubs contributed each to see that each child received gift and a bag of treats. Due to the doubled membership and in creased costs we feel it would take at least or six sponsors this year to see that no kid leaves the party disappointed. Over 200 Are expected to attend judging from recent parties at the club. Movies singing of Christmas carols and a message from one of our local ministers will Complete the program. The Ping Pong tournament at the club last week was a big Success with the following boys winning out Over Tough Competition and earning places on our official club team Curtis hut son 6-12 age group Billy hut son 13-14 James Moffitt 15-16 and Bob Brown 17-18. Runners up were Bobby Pogle Jerry hut line org. There were also some scenes that were made of activities at the club. The boys were very enthusiastic about seeing themselves on the screen and enjoyed the entire program very Velj atom electricity seen for England a of rrmr.-1 v new chief atomic Energy pro says the United kingdom in get most of its electricity from atomic Power stations by guests were Alo present p were very Happy to say Gary Musick Lee apts., is in the swing of things again after coming out second Best a collision with an automobile Over the program from the min f arh of Salisbury As been named to take f f last week. Gary s injuries were tone j j a nine in run f n son and Charles Blankenship. You get these boys were presented club shirts and will travel to Bristol thursday night to com Pete with the Bristol boys club. Our midget and intermediate basketball teams travelled to Erwin last saturday for our first official trip in our Brand new bus that was donated by Craft Only minor but it could easily have been a great tragedy. We believe it has taught Gary a Les son and we Only Hope All our boys will follow this warning to look carefully in All directions before crossing any Street. The boxing bouts on television n this wednesday night holds More than usual interest for our members. They heard last week that this fight was being promoted by a newspaper in san Francisco with All proceeds go ing to a boys club building fund there. Ezzard Charles meets Coley Wallace in the main event. Thanks or. V. B. Freels for refrigerator Roberts Johnson lumber co. For lumber and nails mrs. Herman Cole and Cecil Frye books and Maga Zines Jerry Hutson and Robert Leonard collection of comic books. New members William Stuart Maddux 1506 w. Sullivan Larry Tyronne Powell 702 Ross St. Jerry Wayne Nichols 814 Dale St. Ray and David Wilson 1015 Globe St. Don t forget the boys will be out of school for the holidays and will be looking for employ ment. If you need any workers for any Job big or Small give us a ring at 1423 and Well see that Good reliable boys. Motors. The boys liked the. Trip much they handed the Myca teams a double defeat the mid gets winning 38-27 and the intermediates by a 64-38 score. Larry Powell led the intermediate scoring with 20 Points Fol Lowed by Lynn Tunnell with 14, and Dick Pecktal with 10. Billy Hutson was High for the midgets with 7. Frank Shepherd director of the Elizabethton boys club was at the club recently to show some pictures that were taken during our recent trip to new York City. One of the pictures Frank showed was of me stand ing in front of Trie United nations building. One of our younger members took one look at the suit and tie i was Wear ing and exclaimed my Good Ness Warren sure does look a lot prettier there than he does around my feelings Are Hurt. I think i la Start wearing my one suit through the week. Mrs. Mary Richmond treated the boys tuesday night to a showing of some films that she made during our civitan boys lost contractors use map for fire of lords such electricity eventually will be As cheap or cheaper than the kind produced in Coal powered generating plants. As a source of Industrial Power it May Well be that Mankind will in years to come consider that atomic fission was Only just discovered in Salisbury said. The present rate of consumption of existing fuels in the world is extremely startling and the acceleration of that rate is even More fantastic. In the United states one half of All the Coal Ever consumed has been burned since sheriff locked in his own jail Buena Vista a. Negro prisoners including one 75 years old overpowered sheriff w. E. Henson last night locked him in a cell took his gun and keys and fled on foot. J c. C. Henson the sheriff s son had to use a blow Torch and a chisel to free his father from the cell. The sheriff was uninjured. The jail break occurred As Henson was taking supper to his prisoners. On upward trend Washington foreign Bristol . Countries Are buying More u. S. Three Greene county men j sign their economic stalked out of mountainous i health is getting better. Cherokee National Forest Short the u. S. Treasury said it sold by before noon tuesday after be ing lost overnight in sub Freez ing weather. The men somewhat weather beaten but otherwise none the worse for their experience were George and Howard , Brothers and their Uncle Hal Malone. Ail Are from Greeneville. The Malone Brothers Are con tractors and they entered the Forest monday to make a per Sonal inspection of terrain for a proposed nine mile Forest serv ice Road. They became lost and spent the night huddled around a fire which they ignited from a map of the area. The proposed High Way route runs parallel to the South Holston dam Reservoir about 10 Miles Southeast of Here. The temperature dropped to about 20 degrees in the area Early tuesday. A search party was organized but the men emerged from the Forest As the Hunt was getting under Way. Christmas and All thru the room Santa s helpers Are Dancin to the merriest

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