Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Jan 21 1954, Page 5

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 21, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeKingsport Cook Book Beatrice Fairfax says it is easy to make new friends i you Are eager by Dot ring working wives and homemakers seeking More time for Lei sure or other and this includes just about All wives have eagerly snapped up the new Market products and menus with Kitchen convenience built and of course it s Only natural you dislike the idea of six or seven hours daily in the Kitchen. Mary Lou Bauman mrs. How Ard 1529 Waverly Road gave me three of her favorite quickie recipes to pass on to you. They have really been helpful to her in meal planning she declares. And they Are simple economical but of so Yummy. Here s one that s a Little heavy on the calorie Side but every now and then even if you re dieting you need a treat for your disposition if nothing else. It s a luscious looking and tast ing pineapple whipped Cream you la love this preparation time is approximately 15 min utes Quick pineapple whipped Cream pie it. Whipping Cream no. 2 can crushed pineapple 3n cup sugar dear miss Fairfax i am a boy of 18 whose family has just moved a thousand j Miles from where we used to live. We have been in this new place about three months and i have no Way of making friends because i work in the daytime and go to night school several nights a week. Other nights i go to the movies by myself which i Don t enjoy very much of Lemon and i feel very lonely. How do you think i could 8 or 9-Inch Pic Shell Drain pineapple thoroughly add Lemon juice and cup of sugar. Blend together. Whip Cream add cup sugar. Re serve about 3 Tablespoons of whipped Cream. Fold remaining whipped ple mixture. Pour into b avd pie Shell. Garnish with reserved whipped Cream. If you re a typical american you like hamburgers. But the most typical of us grow a Little bored with the Patty on Bun. Mary Lou has a delicious Ham Burger pie in her recipe file which is certain to Delight your family. Hamburger upside Down pie 1 Small Union. 3 Green Popper chopped 2 Tablespoons fat 1 in. Ground beef broken into Small chunks 1 8-07. Can Tomato sauce 2 Tab Ketchup 1 Teaspoon Slat 1 Tea spoon chill powder Teaspoon Pepper 1 recipe biscuit dough Cook onion and Pepper in fat until soft and lightly browned. Add meat. Brown thoroughly. Acid Tomato sauce Ketchup Chili powder Salt and Pepper. Roll biscuit dough to fit the frying pan. Place Over top Tomato and beef mixture. Bake in hot oven 400 of for 25 minutes or until biscuit Topping is lightly browned. Turn out on serving plate. Or bake in sturdy Casse role and serve from that. Makes 4-5 Servings. Here s a wonderfully simple Chicken pudding. If you re won Dering what to do with sunday left overs this dish is Superb. Or substitute canned Chicken. Indian Chicken pudding 1 can condensed Cream of Chicken soup undiluted 1 cup Cut up cooked Chicken or 1 6-or. Can boned Chicken 3 Cess 1t Teaspoon Salt Teaspoon Pepper 2 Tablespoons Cutter or Margarine 1 cup undiluted evaporated milk 1 b cans canned whole Kernel Corn drained or Corn off the cob cooked or Hea oven to 350 f. Moder Combine soup and Chick in in 2-qt. Casserole. Beat eggs slightly. Stir in Salt Pepper melted butter and milk. Then add Corn. Pour Over Chicken in casserole. Bake at 350 f. 1 hour or until knife comes out clean when inserted in custard. Makes 4-6 Servings. If you re Only cooking for two Mary Lou has another Sugges Tion to offer. She prepares this recipe in 2 1-qt. Casseroles and puts one Well covered in the refrigerator for the next Day or Day after next. Church Hill hic installs officers twelve members were present for the recent meeting of the Church Hill Home Demor istra Tion club at the Home of mrs. W. J. Marshall. Officers for the year were in stalled As follows president mrs. W. L. Arnold vice president mrs. J. Derrick Secretary mrs. D. T. Jeter treasurer mrs. Ray Wolfe. Devotionals were conducted by mrs. W. R. Kirg. Mrs. Derrick program chair Man led a discussion on the hanging of he sleeps like a top make friends under All the circumstances Peter j. Dear Peter fitting oneself into a new environment is always difficult for awhile and takes a Little time but people who Are really eager to make new friends As you seem to be rarely have too much trouble making such an adjustment. I suggest that you Start out by making a Survey of the recreational opportunities for Young people in your City and then choose one or two that inter est you most and Best fit into such Leisure time As you have available. Have you been to the Myca i m sure there Are clubs and other groups there among which you should find one you d like to join. Most y s today have activities in which both boys and girls take part so you would be Able to make new friends among the girls As Well As boys. Also Many Large cities today have youth centers and perhaps there is one in this new City of yours. What about the place where you work in the daytime Aren t there any girls or boys around your own age if so advise cultivating their Friendship be cause even though they May. Drinking too much and failing to provide properly for myself and the children. He works and earns Good Money but re fuses to give me Money for any thing. I have thought Many times of leaving him but my children keep me tied to my marriage. I never go anywhere not even out of the House and i have no friends because very Jeal Ous. I Hope you can give me some advice that will help All of us to be happier. S. Dear m. A if your husband is drinking to excess and not providing for you properly then you should consult some family welfare organization that can help you straighten things out. If you do not know How to go about finding such an organization write me again enclosing a stamped self addressed envelope and i will be glad to Tell you. New arrivals Thomas William Wright son of or. Wright and 3213 mrs. Ronald w. Ridgeview drive week s club events thursday Bell Ridge Pat p. Executive Board meeting 7 p. Borden Community club . At Borden club House. Mrs. Earl Nickerson and mrs. Harry Clark hostesses. Bethel presbyterian Church circles at As follows 2, with mrs. Lyle Staten 3225 Bristol Hwy. 5, with mrs. Charles sine 3228 Magnolia. Vow auxiliary called meeting p. In Kingsport utilities auditorium. Liberty Hill Pat regular meet ing postponed until tuesday p. When. Fathers night will be held. Garden Guild 8 . With mrs. Carl a. Roessler. Ridge line drive with mrs. William Thayer King in charge of the program. Woodrow Pat p. I. Spe Cial program on lighting by Kingsport utilities. Church Hill fat fathers night banquet p. Friday medical doctors wives club . At Rici defields country club mrs. W. E. Schribner Host Ess mrs. F. B. O Connell mrs. John Powers mrs. Julian Wil Liams assisting. Business and professional women s club Book review at the Home of mrs. Maude French 934 Watauga Street p. Saturday rummage Sale sponsored by Circle 2 of Mayfair methodist new Spring clothes for after five now have one piece dress look by gai1e Dugas new York the seasons past women have lived in separates for after five. Now we have the one piece look or the costume look interpreted in the dress with its own jacket. Length in t much of a discus Sion anymore in evening clothes. It s generally accepted that the Short length fits in Best with the american Way of life and that american women do not want evening gowns that Are too Bulky or cumbersome or Tricky to Man age. Thus the development of the gown that really has a very formal look almost a Ball gown air except for its length. Shape is everything in All clothes this Spring. With evening gowns this Means that the full skirted tiny waisted look has Given Way to the Empire line with More cover up More sophistication. Prints Are Lovely for evening handled in delicate Floral motifs or Monotone abstracts. The Low hip line Silhouette also present in daytime fashions appears effectively in after five fashions. This hip line is some times emphasized by bands or crisscross drapes. Just As Spring s daytime clothes Are soft and Ladylike so do Spring s evening clothes show restraint. Church Hill 4-h club meets the Church Hill eighth Grade 4-h club met recently and the devotionals were Given by bar Bara Christian. Pledges to the american and to the 4-h flags were led by Nina Arnold and Carolyn Thomas. During the meeting songs were led by Jim Erwin. The next meeting will be february 9. Kingsport times thursday Jan. 21, 1954 5 new arrivals Carol june Stafford daughter of or. And mrs. Eugene a. Staf Ford 1433 Garden drive at hol Ston Valley Community Hospital Jan. 19, weighing 7 pounds 9 ounces. Willie Albert Gene Carpenter son of or. And mrs. O. T. Car Penter 830 Maple st., at Hych Jan. 18, weighing 6 pounds ounces. Pamela Loraine Bowlin Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Kyle h. Bow Lin 1233 Willow st., at Hych Jan. 19, weighing 6 pounds 4 ounces. Rebecca Ann Allen daughter of or. And mrs. Cecil Gordon Allen 706 Virgil st., at Hych Jan. 19, weighing 5 pounds 1 ounce. Club Din Ner Tenneva purchasing ass n Kingsport utilities dinner luncheon medical doctors wives club dessert Bridge forty club dinner dance Coal co. Dinner doctors approve now i a new Lofe nou drop for child Ron. Contains Neo in Zephrina. Llott. St. Joseph Hopt for Chimbel personal to women with nagging backache _ Puuing backache loss of be Pond Energy heu Ducci and dizziness May be due to blow Down of kidney function. Doctors say Good kidney function in very important to Eood health. When some everyday condition such a stress and Strain causes Liis important function to slow do any folks Pine miserable. Minor Blad Der irritations duo to cold or Wrons diet May Don t Riff acct your kidneys if to Csc conditions bother you. Try Bonn s pills a mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for Over 50 years. It s amazing Liow Many times Doan n of five Happy Relief from these disco help Tara flush out Watte. Get Doan s fills Odayl Holston Valley Community hos Church a. In c o Pital Jan. 17. Debra Susan Edwards Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Junior de 1565 Redwood drive Jan. 8, weighing 1 pounds 5 ounces. Patricia Ann Jones daughter building five Points. Liberty monday chapter 198, Oes practice meeting masonic Hall p. Kingsport chapter of Tuscul of or. And mrs. Jerry Leroy. Lum alumni association in a club Jones 1609 Circle drive at room at the civic auditorium at Hych Jan. 17, weighing pounds 3 ounces. Floyd Elbert Hood son of or. And mrs. William Jefferson Hood 36 Cloud apt., at Hych Jan. 17, weighing 6 pounds 8 p. All members Are 1 asked to bring two Small articles not necessarily be Young people ounces. You d want to see a great Jimmie j. Keith Cline son of of one always has to and mrs. John Walter Cline somewhere in making new Church Hill at Hych Jan. 15, friends and it s usually 6 pounds 1 ounce to begin close at hand. Valerie sue Mccoy daughter through them you la meet oth of or. And mrs. R. S. Mccoy 1775 fort Henry drive at Hych ers. You sound like the 15, weighing pounds Type and if you follow my Sug-1 Dennis Russell Candill son of Gest ions i m sure you la soon feel at Home in your new sur round her husband drinks dear miss Fairfax i am 28 years old and mar ried. My husband is 32 and we have been married 13 years. We have four children and i am expecting another baby. My husband used to be a Fine Man but lately he has been or. And mrs. Herbert Candill 822 Myrtle Street at Hych Jan. 17, weighing 7 pounds 11 ounces. Treas a Marie Osborne Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. James r. Osborne Blountville route 1, at Hych Jan. 19, weighing 6 pounds 11 ounces. Sherrie Lynn Jewett daughter of or. And mrs. W. Jack Jewett for use As Bingo prizes. Refreshments will be served. Past matrons and patrons club p. With mrs. W. L. Lauderback 154 West Wanola. League of women voters unit meeting topic important prob lems in county As follows town with mrs. H. Melvin Smith Bright Ridge drive Chestnut Ridge with mrs. Russell o. Hubbard Preston Woods night o clock with mrs. William s. Thomsen Gar Den drive. Tuesday opt mrs. Club p. At Ridge Fields country club for dinner and Bridge. Junior High Pat p. M., Ross n. Robinson superintend ent of City schools and Edwin Reed chairman of Board of education will discuss Robertson Street at Hych future of executive 17, weighing 5 pounds 8 at in the auditorium. Penney a l w ays f r s t q u a l 1 t y i women s budget priced Cottons tums quieted his acid stomach no longer does he lie awake be cause of excess stomach acid. No longer docs he toss and turn with that queasy restless feeling. He just takes i of 2 turns As a night Cap before he goes to bed. Then sleeps like a up fresh and rain to always keep turns Handy to counteract Gas heartburn acid indigestion. Get a Roll to have on band tonight. Sk1i Only tums for Thi Tummy colourful plaids Sharp solid colors assorted fabrics Many styles juniors misses half sizes second floor shipment women s Wool Coats Liam weigh Milium linings Fol Lulu boules fleeces sizes 8-18 Penney s always first q u a l i t Job tested Penney s big matched sets twill pants outstanding Quality features your exact size t vat dyed colors won t fade heavy durable 8vz of. Twill for Long Wear heavy duty rust resistant Zipper plenty of Roomy pockets Job tested by millions of working men every Day shrinkage will not exceed 1% men s work Cork soles lightweight sanitized one piece Back sizes 6-11 9 Blue Denim Blanket lined Sanford Zed boys dungarees 49 1 new Low Price 8-oz. Denim Zipper front made for hard Wear big Mac Blue jeans for your Job for jobs around the House i sizes 29 to 46 Quality features you la appreciate heavy duty rust resistant Zipper 8 of. Rugged Blue Denim Sanford Zed for permanent fit triple Needle seams for extra strength five Roomy every need full Cut for extra Comfort Copper plated rivets for shrinkage Job tested by millions of working men every Day

Search all Kingsport, Tennessee newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for January 21, 1954

Browse