Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Jan 12 1954, Page 5

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeBrides identified incorrectly sunday s front erroneously identifying their photographs. Extreme left is left was before her wedding miss Charlene Haney. Cen Leen Lewis. Extreme right is mrs. L. C. Palmer jr., Page of the Kingsport times news women s pages an mrs. Charles Edward Kinzer. The former miss Mary mar a to n o i bounced the marriages of the four brides pictured above Garet Beamer. Mrs. Hubert Holmes Blackburn Center 1s mrs a Baird who was miss Kath former miss Verdella Mccauley of Jones Vule a. The week s club events tuesday Wesley Fellowship group p. With or. And mrs. Earl Rutledge 518 Fairview ave. Lynn Garden Pat ., at the school. Circles of Sullivan Baptist Church 7 As follows Flor ene Miller mrs. A. H. Dykes Ada Jackson mrs. Claude Rich Ardson. Circles of Mayfair methodist Church As follows 2, mrs. Jack Ramey 2516 Johnson City Highway 3, mrs. C. T. Smith 1928 stadium court 6, at Church 4, mrs. Billie Broad foot 1302 Bristol Highway. Dobyns Bennett Pat p. In. In school auditorium. De Guenther will Lead panel discus Sion on career circles of first Christian Church As follows 3, mrs. Comer Young Morrison City Call Circle 6-4218 for transportation 4, mrs. J. E. Snodgrass 1530 Bright Ridge drive 5, mrs. Ralph Baker 1533 Pineola St., mrs. J. D. Crosswhite or. Assist ing business girls Circle miss Dorothy Frazier Rialto apart ments. Kingsport child study club 8 In Kingsport utilities auditorium. Miss Cordelia Lampe will speak on preparation for the Hospital and the convalescent to tee Wesleyan service Guild 7 Members will be notified of meeting place. First Baptist Church wms night circles will meet As Fol lows at Martha Frank mrs. W. T. Hale 402 roller Ruth Womack with mrs. Fred Bolton 1220 Catawba Floryne Miller with mrs. Grady Reed 1648 Carolina Dorcas Fowler with mrs George Muller 1876 Oakwood and Elizabeth Hale with mrs. C. B. Tucker 1037 Catawba. Executive Board Indian Springs Pat 7 At the Home of mrs. Saust Lamberth. Wednesday St. Margaret s chapter of St. Paul s episcopal women s auxiliary 10 . With mrs. W. Gearhart 1545 Crescent drive. Women of the first Presby Terian Church at the Church As follows circles at ., lunch at noon. General Assembly at 1 A pcs of Vermont methodist Church 2 With mrs. W. H. Coleman. Circles of first Christian Church 2 As follows 1, mrs. Worley Crosswhite 145 w. A Nola St. 2, mrs. Agnes Hall 1609 Richmond Road. Circle 1 of Mayfair methodist Church 2 With mrs. Charles Tousley 1017 Watauga. Emory methodist Church a pcs 7 With mrs. Jim Strickler. Wms of first Baptist Church ., preceded by executive meeting at 10. Peery Circle of holy Trinity lutheran Church 2 With mrs. William Good Kenwood drive mrs. Karl Goerdel assist ing mrs. C. H. Neufer lesson Leader. Csc circles of Westview methodist Church As follows 4, mrs. Carl Hall 902 Walnut ave. 5, mrs. Robert King 142 Patton ave. 6, mrs. Robert Boatright 722 Fairview. Washington Chapel methodist Church a pcs 2 With mrs. W. Haga. A pcs of first methodist Church As follows 1, mrs. George Light Park drive 2, mrs. W. V. Osborne 510 High land St., mrs. Curtis Reed assist ing 3, mrs. Cecil Thayer 1301 Post St. 4, mrs. Pat Clark 1 For Buffet luncheon 5 at Church mrs. Newland Grubb mrs. Ger Trude Carrier and mrs. Irene Galloway hostesses 6, mrs. Claude Stone Morgan Street. Paauw at Kingsport utilities Miss Lois Bennett in miss Thompson Speaks to Delphian club three or four of the most pleasant biographies published within theist six months have been on contemporary women novelists like Edith Wharton Ellen Glasgow and Willa gather. Miss Mary Thompson speaking to the Delphian club on Willa gather last Friday displayed an attractive array of colourful Cov ers from several novels written by this author. Miss Thompson described her As a Tomboy yet very Brilliant and she would not conform to convention in dress or manner. Ter National relations one said that after graduating and members of her study group i Nebraska will present a panel on South Willa taught English in America Allegheny High school worked girl scout neighbourhood meeting including fort Robin son Lynn Garden Morrison City At Ketron. Morial methodist Chapel. Thursday Pittsburgh Leader and travelled widely. Her first volume of stories led her to being associate editor of Mcclure s mag Azine. Miss Thompson stated that her first distinguished work in the Cleveland Parent teach. Ers association will meet at Thursday in the school and of Waverly Road presbyterian Church 8 With mrs. Tom Rose 228 w. Ravine Road. Cedar View hoc 2 With mrs. Elmer Glass 118 e. Mill Pond St. Work plans subject for Hill crested club mrs. Claude Moody explained the plan of work for each project chairman at the reflect meet ing of Hillcrest Home Demon stration club. She also announced two meeting dates for Leader training. They Are a Poul try instruction course january 26 at civic auditorium and a nutrition meeting january 29 at icing sport utilities. Mrs. O. F. Shipley citizenship chairman gave a talk on Chris Tian stating that Good neighbourliness underlies All Good citizenship mrs. Shipley declared the Good Samaritan is still the great example for the Good american society of civil engineers association of general contractors dinner and meeting civitan committee. Thursday regular ladies Day Gate City rotary club machine accounting society. Friday Jaycee distinguished service dinner. Saturday mixed Bridge for the red Cross. Sullivan Pat 2 In High school auditorium mrs. J. W. Tamblyn to speak on civil de sense. Executive Board at Edgewood sewing club 2 With mrs. Rhonda feathers 18 Edgewood Village a pcs circles of Westview methodist Church As follows 3, mrs. Robert Dean 710 Fairview ave. 1, mrs. Carl Pyle 229 Woodbine. Girl scout neighbourhood v meeting including Jackson and Cedar Grove schools ., Grace presbyterian Church. Ross Camp ground Pat at 2 p. Friday girl scout neighbourhood ii meeting ., St. Dominies school. Garden study club 2 ., Kingsport utilities. Hostesses mrs. Robert Meredith mrs. C. E. Leonard mrs. Walker Nelms and mrs. W. K. Nelms. Film on chrysanthemums will be shown. Iris Garden club will be guests. Woodlawn Garden club 1 ., at the Home of mrs. D. Stid Ham 144 Farragut Avenue. Members Are asked to bring evergreens. Litz Manor Pat p. M., at the school. Fathers night Obj Servance. St. Lydia s chapter of St. Paul s Church 8 p. M., at Parish won her a pulitzer prize. About miss gather s death comes for the sin Clair Lewis said he would rather have written this Book than to have been a pulitzer prize win a Short business session was conducted by mrs. Hazel Hun Toon vice president. A timely topic on the conservation of water Supply in the United states was presented by mrs. S. W. Car Roll. Mrs. Ross n. Robinson Bel Meade drive was hostess to this meeting. House. Mrs. C. T. Pauley and mrs. Arthur Rogers hostesses. Kingsport District of methodist Young adults For ban Quet at Broad Street methodist Church. For reservations Call miss Mildred Bellamy Circle 5-4250, by wednesday. Indian Springs Pat regular monthly meeting 7 ., at the school. Or Bank Pat 7 Sullivan hic With mrs. Harold Carmack. A pcs Goldia memorial meth Odist Church ., with mrs. Vernon Hawk. Iris Garden club with mrs. E. F. Douse 1667 Lincoln Avenue. Club will later adjourn to Kingsport utilities for joint meeting with Garden study club. St. Dominic s Guild re elects mrs. J. Barnes mrs. John g. Barnes 2212 Cypress Street was re elected president of the St. Dominic s Guild at the monthly Guild meeting wednesday evening. Other officers for 1954 Are mrs. John Tokarz vice president mrs. Betty Jones Secretary and miss Violet Pogorzelski treasurer. The meeting was opened with the led by father Thomas b. Woodley. Afterwards mrs. Barnes gave a synopsis of the activities of the Guild Dur ing the past year. After a discussion of projects for the coming year the meet ing was adjourned. Mrs. Arthur Smith and mrs. Lee Tichenor were the hostesses. During the meeting . L. Ferski mrs. G. J. Gosselin and mrs. Ralph Hudson were welcomed As new members to the Guild. Baked bean supper. Reservations please. Reservations please. Watch out for 1954 warn the great prophecies a strange Man in los Angeles known As the voice of two is offering free of charge to the Public an astounding 64-Page Book analysing the great world prophecies covering these times. It shows that four of the greatest prophecies could not come True until the present time. But now they can and world shaking events Are due. He believes everyone should prepare at once for the fateful crisis. Thus Many people will avoid catastrophe. 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Flate embossing stenographic ser races phone answering service business services 124 Commerce dial Circle 5-1311 bred and fed at Ridge Fields farm attention now is the time to fill your Freezer Wilh Choice Corn fed beef. Delivered to your Home Cut wrapped and Frozen. Dial cd 6-8972 notice Church Hill and Sullivan gardens subscribers 1. Church Hill subscribers to Call a Kingsport number must dial 8 and then the listed Kingsport number 2. Sullivan gardens subscribers to Call a Kingsport number must dial 9 and then the listed Kingsport number read your dial instructions on the first Page of the alphabetical Section of your new directory or it Fountain entertains Pat a program of songs presented by the Kingsley glee club High lighted the Friday meeting of the school Parent teacher association. The evening s devotional was conducted by the Rev. Sam Barnes. The Kingsley chapter was awarded grand prize at Sullivan county Pat Council s banquet for the largest increase in membership it was announced. Kingsport times tuesday Jan. 12, 1954 5 mrs. Felix Jones hostess Ohdo mrs. Felix a. Jones was Host Ess to the Clinchport Home demonstration club recently when the program featured a discussion of Home nursing. The devotional was led by mrs. Don Lyon. During the social hour refreshments were. 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