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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeCommunity club of Sulphur Springs meets Persona is Sulphur Springs the Sulphur Springs Community club met recently in the methodist Church basement and memorial services were conducted for the late a. A. Deaklns., mrs. Robert Chapman was in charge of the devotional period and mrs. Earl Light mrs. Earl Bacon and mrs. J. L. Curtis participated in the memorial serv ices. Plans were discussed for a better Homes and gardens tour and it was voted to have a Pic Nic for club families in july. The Bowmantown Community i club met tuesday night at the school for the june program. I a meeting of members and of-1 flyers of the local Southern states co operative will be Heldi tuesday june 23, at the Bowmantown school. Plans will be made for the annual member ship drive to be held in the late summer. Persons will be nominated to fill vacancies on the local Board and farm Home advisory Board. Or. J. Kreed Bow Man is manager of the local Agency. A daily vacation Bible school is in Progress at the Limestone Vernon Church. More than 90 pupils Are enrolled. Mrs. Wayne Broyles will entertain with a birthday party Kingsport times tuesday june mrs. Jack Graffham mrs. Jack Grantham the for Mer miss Martha Clemmer was complimented at a miscellaneous Shower Bridge and Canasta party Given by the i Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi scene of the social Home of mrs. Fred l Johnson of Wateree Street. Mrs. Johnson was assisted by mrs. J. B. Hendrix. Miss Ruth Rotenberry was High Bridge Winner while miss Juliet Hines took Low. The Ca Nasta prize went to mrs. Vin cent l. Knierim or. Approximately 25 guests were present. Mom save n sew this for your House guest Pam Lacy entertained at her Home on Oak Street monday with a luncheon Hon Oring miss Marita Cannon of Asheville. Miss Cannon is the guest of miss Janet Carpenter miss Linda Hauk and miss Lacy. Seated left to right Are miss Carpenter miss Cannon miss Hauk and miss Lacy. Standing in the same order miss Jean Scott miss Janet Scott miss Donna Immen miss Ruth Hunley miss Eleanor Smith miss Valerie Edwards miss Nancy coffin and miss Katherine Sproles. Photo by Frank Creasy Beatrice Fairfax says Man should Ivegill time to decide on engagement dear miss Fairfax he has never told me he just before i went into service me and has never even kissed a year ago. I asked my girl if me but he holds my hand when she would marry me when i got we go to the movies and some a out. Perhaps it was t exactly a times when we re walking Alongi sunday Jle Nilar dinners or formal engagement but she cer together. I am wondering if May dered from menu mainly gave me to he thinks he should t like me that she wanted to marry me too much because we Are cons As much As i wanted to marry ins. Her and that she would for please Tell me How i can find me. She was old enough to know out if he loves me. And if he her own mind too because she does Why does t he show it tuesday dinner and Bridge. Thursday regular ladies Day Golf and Bridge. Dance pre ceded by splash party and Pic saturday Steak party and Ruth Bray week s club events night circles wms first Bap Shower honors miss Mullins a Lovely miscellaneous Shower was presented miss Vernelle Mullins Bride elect of Louis c. Wells by her Niece. Miss Ruth boiling and mrs. Martha Gil Liam on Friday evening at the Mullins Home. Thirty friends of the honoree were guests. Miss Mullins received a hand Stone assortment of Lovely linens Jand household articles. The Shower was presented most uniquely from a Large umbrella decorated with Blue and White crepe paper. Much pleasure was june 25, honouring her girl Sun Catcher neckline daughters jewel and Janie. The Young Farmers and homemakers met at the Home of mrs. Lee Carter of Boones Creek thursday for an ice Cream feast and an evening of fun and games. Mrs. J. B. Crowe of pleasant Valley was the sunday dinner guest of or. And mrs. B. B. Squibb and w. Harris. Or. And mrs. Dexter Squibb and daughter Luanne have re turned to Gainesville fla., after being guests of relatives in ten Nessee. Cpl. And mrs. Bobby Williams and son Gene of Macon ga., Are spending a their parents. Vacation with on the the Blouse for dress up. Easy to sew. Two sleeve versions make the Sun dress in Crisp checked Cotton the Blouse in frosty White. Look at the anything be easier pattern 9103 child s sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. 10. Size 6 sundress 1% Yards 35-Inch Blouse Yard. This easy to use pattern gives perfect fit. Complete illustrated sew Chart shows you every step. Send thirty five cents in coins 5 cents for each pattern for is class mail ing. Send to Marian Martin care of the Kingsport times 62 Pat Tern dept., 232 West 18th St., new Yorac 11, n. Y. Print plainly derived from the opening of the was 21 at the time. _ _ _ some time ago i was Home h. Birtist Church meet at the Church attractive parcels a week end pass and when i Many a teen age girl has 8 p. Games and contests were in tried to talk to her boy Cousin who is a hero Wesley Fellowship group with Joyed with miss Verta Hamilton her and about she j or. And mrs. A. L. Joyce 910jjn charge of the amusements. Of her feelings yet. When i romantic dreams. That s1 Walnut Avenue at p. Prizes were awarded i was going to get Home and the aver-1 Green thumb Garden club week end i wrote As usual to set age older boy enjoys this hero i meeting cancelled up a Date with her for from a younger girl Rel night. He wrote Back and and ikes to keep it alive she already had plans to visit relatives in another City that now and then. But if she week end. So i managed to pest of herself by getting Emo does 198 b for a i i no to u a pcs of first methodist attention i Church p. For the Gen j. leave changed for a later j Tion Al about him As Gnu in. . Pm honouring mrs. Weekend. To be doing it will Embarrass he u Cau the what dear or Uear n. N. This girl out with another Man so i you want to keep on in. Joying this Young Man s com Pany occasionally i d advise you t to Stop thinking about do you think i should Ninlin or whether or not he loves h. R. S. You extremely unlikely that he does in the Way you mean what you should do depends. And Stop expecting my to pet i would think on what you when he takes you out Iti most. That is if you Are so be would be far Detter u girls your rious about this that you Are age got a lot that willing to wait until she o out with b up her whether or not win like you very -1.1 i Dot incr it you t3k6 your piss Cin better play along with her relationship for the Nice cons Only awhile without trying to Force thing it is instead of t in to or argue her into making an turn it into something immediate decision Don t for mental if d t get that hard As it often is of it anyway the Young Man when boys Goi into service Many girls Are car ried away by the excitement of in Rock Adf the moment and later find they i y Law favors were Small packages of Rice in net and ribbon on which were Small life savers represent ing a wedding band. Wiener roast is Given for Marine dish luncheon. Business and program. Sunnyside women s missionary society 2 p. M., with mrs. George thursday Yea fort Robinson Baptist Church 7 p. Kingsport Rebekah Lodge 17, p. At the Lodge Hall for did t interpret their feelings correctly. On the other hand if you pre Fer to bring things to a head right now so that if necessary you can close the Book on one Romance and be ready for an other that s another Story. Then just Tell the girl that you Don t plan to hang around indefinite studies lighting the june meeting of the for est View Home demonstration club was held at the Home of mrs. Charles Clark. Mrs. Nor Man Lee from Kingsport utilities spoke and demonstrated on lighting in the past matrons and patrons club of Liberty chapter Oes 198, luncheon at 1 p. M., Kingsport utilities honouring mrs. Edith Dodd worthy grand Matron and other grand officers of ten Nessee. Litz Manor hic a m., with mrs. H. A. Samples 189 Warpath drive. Women of holy Trinity lutheran Church 8 p. M., in social rooms of the Church. Friday medical doctors wives p. M., with mrs. A. Wallace by and that it s up to her to say she pointed out the import yes or no. It looks now of Good lighting avoiding As though she d be More Likely j Glare contrast in lighting and to say no than yes if you con a putting lamps where the eyes fronted her with an ultimatum j would not be strained when at this Point so better make up Reading or working your mind with care before impatiently doing anything you might regret. Dear miss Fairfax i have a Cousin 20 years old and i m pretty sure i love him. I am 16. He has taken me out a few times but what i want to know is How i can find out if he loves me too. Wake up to More Comfort without tiny Witting Baek Che. Of Pep and Energy wadae Hea and May be due to Down of kidney function. Bood kidney function is very important to Brood health. When condition such As stress and train causes this important function Osiow Down Many Folk Suff Crnjar find miserable. Minor Blad Der due to cold or wrong diet May cause Rettino up Lii rats or frequent passages. Don t deflect your kidneys if there Condi Tiona bother Yon. Try Pilla a mild diuretic. Successfully by millions for co yearn. It s Amaxine How Many Boan a Happy Relief from these disco thels Milnor kidney Tursea Andoll loan get Kowta Fula today Fred Johnson Park honouring i their son Tommy Lee who was i Home Ori leave from Parris is Lland s. C. Pvt. Hulse has completed studies at Parris Island and is being transferred to Camp Lejuene n. C. Guests enjoying the Wiener roast were miss Ann Hartgrove. Miss Joyce Carter miss Betty Russell miss Nina Henley miss Doris Russell miss Norma Ket Ron miss Jane Hulse miss Mary Frances Hickman miss Peggy Henley miss Mary Russell miss Mildred Shoemaker Bobby car son Bill earner Lloyd Paige i Wayne earner Jimmy Nell Billy Joe Sims Bobby Bill Nickels. Or. And mrs. Dexter Squibb name address with zone size and daughter Luanne or. And and style number mrs. B. B. Squibb and w. Harris were supper guests Fri a Day of or. And mrs. A. J. Staf Garden Clud Ford. Or. And mrs. O. C. Arnold entertained with a supper Satur Day honouring or. And mrs. Dex Ter Squibb other guests included second session the second two week my Ilion of Day Camp for King port Lorl scouts and brownies Camp hideaway on monday june 29. Win accepted from registered girl scouts at the girl scout office civic auditorium for Tiu and the third in Simon which opens on july As Long As there Are vacancies. The Camp fee is for each two week period. Day types of camping experiences including nature lore crafts plays Folk dancing and cooking out of doors. The campers do not sleep on the Camp but return to their own Homes at night. Bach girl however will the Opportunity to participate in one overnight Camp during the ses Sion if she wishes to do so. Swimming at the american legion Pool is included in the Day Camp program. Instruction will be under the direction of fall Creek mrs. Beulah Thompson of Oak Ridge visited relatives Here last week. Or. And mrs. Cecil Rush and children of Cincinnati visited or. And mrs. J. R. Murr last j b White Glen red Cross safety instructor. The and mrs. J. B. White Glen four Wing Cross . Visited their son and brother George White and family i Illi Nois last miss Mary Payne of Milligan Road Johnson City and miss Mary Anna Ledbetter of Somer set ky., visited fall Creek saturday. Mrs. J. C. Staten visited her mrs. James Smith and family at Sullivan gardens saturday. Or. And mrs. Carl Lloyd and mrs. C. R. Murr visited or. And mrs. J. H. Staten at Gray Sta Tion thursday. Mrs. John Shanks miss Fleeta Staten and j. D. Phillips were in Kingsport saturday. Or. And mrs. Arthur Lloyd of Iowa were weekend visitors of relatives Here. Savers will Complete the water front staff misses Esther Bene dict Linda Guenther Ann Massengill Brenda Goerdel and Nancy Sims. The Day Camp staff includes the following Camp director miss Mary Creech assistant director mrs. Leroy Shelton first aider mrs. V. O. Marshall and Counselor staff mrs. Gilmer Campbell mrs. B. W. Harris mrs. Art Roper mrs. K. Culbert son mrs. Frank keys Mil ton Perry and mrs. Bob Otwell. Injuries forgotten Ogden Utah Drivers whose cars collided almost forgot their own slight after one of their spinning cars came to a Stop. The Auto spun past a standing truck but did t touch it. It was dynamite. Bird starts fire Lowell mass. Up a Pigeon was blamed today for starting a fire in the Gil More Trust co. Building. Firemen said the Bird dropped a smouldering cig Aret butt into its nest in an air Shaft of the building and the nest caught it my or. And mrs. W. L. Kyker and mrs. Pie Gosnell and daughter Helen Joy. Harry and Mary Ruth Aiken have returned from a trip to Norfolk a. Paul Fink of Jonesboro was recently in Oakland on Busi Ness. John h. Thomas of Johnson City visited his aunt mrs. Mollie Diehl wednesday. Child strangles Cynthiana by. Six year old Robert j. Dunaway of Poindexter choked to death yesterday while eating lunch. Films at meeting two films were featured at the final meeting of House and Den club held at the Public Library. Announced by mrs. Scott roller the movies were entitled the Peoples land depicting English Countryside and what is modern during the business session members decided to have the fall picnic at the Home of mrs. H. Boiling september 7 instead of the originally scheduled sept. 21. Hostesses for the event were mrs. R. D. Dempsey and mrs. Roller. Individual picnic boxes were served guests during the social hour. New floor care ends waxing one of the most difficult jobs of housekeeping is to keep linoleum ind Asphalt tile floors waxed and gleaming. Now thanks to Glaxo it s no longer necessary to Wax and All you do is apply Glaxo with a Brush about twice a year t maintains a High Lustre Noo Alip coating that seals out dirt. Glaxo dries in one hour and is water it s cheaper than Wax in the Long run besides saving a terrific amount of work plus truly a Beautiful floor. Glaxo is available at w. B. Greene company hardware dept., downstairs. Everything you be Ever wanted in a truck All in the great new Ford trucks mrs. Claude Ketron mrs. Hulse in serving. Assisted Moccasin Avenue Gate City. Co hostesses Are mrs. W. A. Werner mrs. W. L. Griggs and mrs. S. P. Davidson. Benjamin Moore i a distinctive photograph by us Cherokee St. You can have an air conditioned office by swelter in a hot Stuffy Sticky office you can have Cool efficient air conditioning with a Fedders room air conditioner. Fits in your into Standard out let. Gives you de humidified ail at the flick of a switch. Attractive con sole models up to 24 months to pay mail the Coupon or phone for full information today Dobyns Taylor Here s exterior paint at its Best Only coot for Mott Point dries to o smooth fan to Roem. And Money. Kim sport pain i and Wall afr company 100 fail Sulla if sir Tel front 1074 i i c. Lam Avni f-800 big Job . Ita., . Iba. Choice of five wheel me 190 Ford truck Modele pickups to . Big jobs the one right Ford Economy Trade for a stat Iram mattion Chico in truck history synchro silent Type Standard in every Ford truck Model fully automatic Ford Matic and overdrive available in half tenders at extra Cost Low friction six and two is s come in see them today to 155-H.P. With Famou. Truck is and big six there s a 5-engine choke. A tort turning new bet Back front aim provide sharper steering Angle for easier fester mane vering Springs longer Springs for easier ride new double Cylinder brakes on heavy duty Ford trucks Ford trucks for 53 Are completely the tees up my we fatigue new Shim 55% bigger for new wider adjusted be wind Pfadt Aumer new 4-ft. 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