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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee6 monday june Kingsport times week s club events tuesday Wesley Fellowship group p. M., with or. And mrs. L. L. Joyce 910 Walnut ave. Andrew Johnson it a . At Lincoln school for installation of officers and plan Ning next year s activities. E. Reed chairman of the school Board will make report on the new school s Progress. Girl scout adults 8 . At first Baptist Church to discuss formation of new area Council. Wednesday colonial Heights hic with mrs. James Burchfield 2 . A pcs of Glen apline 2 . At the Church. Thursday Belvue Good neighbor club 8 p. M., with mrs. John Tolliver 1639 Lincoln ave., for Watermelon Cut. A pcs newly appointed officers of the women of the Moose were recently installed by mrs. P. Robelot graduate Regent Kingsport chapter 1106, and Jim Shaffer past governor Loyal order of Moose 972. They Are left to right front Row mrs. Ralph Hicks guide mrs. Peyton Kelsie assistant guide mrs. How Ard Jessee Argus Back Row mrs. Claude coins sen Tinel mrs. Kyle Shipley pianist. Beatrice Fairfax says woman should try whole hew approach on husband there is no More rather think it might be a very state to be in than that of inde Wise move for her to go to work Casio to herself. She thinks she cannot do until a person makes up partly because of the Chil to Iriri Whit he is Coin to and partly because she is Rand wha he in such a nervous state that she Tolie in anything feels unable to work. But Many 3_ j working women with Small Chil found s tag1 them cared for during the Day. O circles of Ketron me Morial methodist Church As Fol lows 2, . With mrs. Her Mon Smith 380 Lynn St. 6, 2 pin. With mrs. Ralph Gamble 320 Virgil St. 7, 2 . With mrs. Charles Matherly 389 Glenn St. 8. . With mrs. Lee me splash party. Square dance and Midnight breakfast honouring miss Helen Rhea Hord and de Testerman. Maca dinner. Thursday ladies Day with Golf and Bridge. Kingsport press splash party. Family Day outdoor picnic. Sunday Buffet. Gunnings Gunnings spa or. And mrs. W. C. Smith and son Don Nie and or. And mrs. Harry Netherland spent sunday with their parents or. And mrs. R. E. Ratliff Kingsport. Miss Evelyn Watson of Cleve land tenn., spent the week end with miss Lola May Harr. Or. And mrs. Bill Couch and mrs. C. C. Couch and daughter of Castlewood va., spent Sun Day with mrs. J. P. Jones and miss Lila Sexton. Or. And mrs. Paul simmer Man. Or. And mrs. H. H. Hagood and miss Margaret Hagood were supper guests of or. And mrs. R Clellan 129 Virginia St. D. Pecktal at Chestnut Ridge Keystone Bible class of the thursday. First methodist Church covered or. And mrs. T. J. Cressell dish supper at j. Allen Bolinger s j spent sunday on a picnic at Cabin. Class members meet at the Church at por tation. . For trans hungry Mother Park. Friday or. And mrs. Earl Price spent sunday with or. And mrs. Jim Eidson at Rogersville. They were i accompanied Home by Dickson hoc 2 p. A. Witland Eddie Eidson. Mrs. E. K. Grills. 1627 Virginia mrs. Herman Rode Fec Ami ave., for annual dress review j daughter Patty of Bristol spent a pcs Circle 1 of Ketron me-1 sunday with or. And mrs. Albert Morial methodist Church . With mrs. Elaine Jones 300 May St. At barter Tallman. Or. And mrs. H. L. Phillips and family spent sunday visiting friends in Elizabethton. Monday june uly 1 ten Little july thursday july the Rev. B. L. Mead of Calvary july and Baptist Church will have charge monday july 6-wcdnesday.joi services at the City Mission july thursday july 9-saturday, july Little i this week. Services Are daily at pin. And Are open to the Public. But mental and Haval. Probably health greatly improved once it hey have begun to earn and to know they Are not at the mercy matter How difficult i May be. _ i Hiliu w 1.1 in or Cav Here is a wife who i believe a who May or May not is one who would Benefit greatly live up to a court order to sup. By committing herself to a his Amily to be forced to Cirive course of action. A recalcitrant husband into she has been married for repeatedly is usually far years and has three Small evil More of a nervous Strain than Dren. In the course of those getting out and earning Money years her husband has left eight times because she what i think this wife should he just can t stand family is to go to a social welfare or each time after he had for help in making enough of solitary living he her plans As she will certainly came Back to his family again need expert guidance in getting then after enduring . Undoubtedly there is life for a while longer off he such an organization in her would go again. He is gone now1 town and if she does not know for the ninth time. Where to find it let her ask her i am getting some Money priest or pastor or any town of from the wife writes but oficial to direct her. It in t enough to support even As for the husband if she one person let alone myself and showed him that she had both the three children. I have the ability and the spunk to thought of going to work but i make a go of things without him Don t see hew i can leave the it might give him More respect children. For her than he probably has the whole thing is getting me now. To a Point where my nerves Are certainly it has been amply giving Way and i Don t believe demonstrated that she is getting i would be Able to work anyhow nowhere at All by putting up i love my husband and i believe with his off again on again he will be Back again if anything can in but How Long he will stay is her husband it will have other matter and i Don t be a wholly new approach. I can go through it All i m however much this Unjian Larau Hafl May think she loves her husband sch Llu Yuil Illy i wonder if she really does i1 of at Carnoustie sort of treatment he is handing Carnoustie Scotland out to her. If she does not. Want Ben Hogan s popularity today to divorce him she should at seemed to be hindering him As he least see that an end is put to warmed up for the British open the kind of coming and going she j championship describes. This should be pos i crowds swarm All Over the lit Sills by securing a court texan everywhere he goes and thas instructs him to stay away yesterday s turnout was no sex from her. At the same time he caption. A crowd of showed could legally be ordered to pay j up and prevented Hogan and his her sufficient Money to support partners Lloyd Mangrum Frank herself and her children proper Stranahan and Roberto de i pies studied at Nickelsville hoc Nickelsville spa the Home demonstration club met at the Home of mrs. Carmen Bond. A demonstration on pie Mak ing was Given by mrs. Ruth Combs and mrs. Hannah Kilgore. The july meeting will be. Held at the Home of mrs. Effie comp ton. T Buffet supper honors visitor mrs. H. L. Love or. Of fort Lauderdale fla., was honoured with a Buffet supper wednesday at the Home of or. And mrs. J. Paul Simmerman. Guests were or. And mrs. W. B. Nuckalls sr., or. And mrs. W. B. Nuckalls or. And daughters Norma sue and Shila mrs. J. L. Ford miss Pearl Fisher of Bris Tol or. And mrs. H. H. Hagood mrs. H. J. Mackey of Indian Springs mrs. Robert Freeman and Bobby to of Kingsport. Sears Roebuck to open big retail store in Bristol Bristol spa plans for opening a new Complete Sears Roebuck co. Retail department store in Bristol this fall were announced Friday by Charles h Kellstadt of Atlanta ga., vice president in charge of the firm s Southern territory. The building at 712 state St. Will be three stories High and the store will employ 200 persons completely air conditioned the store will have Square feet of floor space in the Selling a a service station department and a Section for Selling and installation of automobile accessories will be included. District legion meeting is held Erwin Lej Gion delegates from Tennessee a first District met Here Day for their closing meeting of the fiscal year. Erwin s Unaka Post. No. 25 was the Host to the District wide meeting. J meeting jointly with the Aux biliary the legion heard reports i of Progress in the District Thurmont my during the past year. The Eisen lower treated 93 strict ranked second m state de children to dessert Sun membership by going some six after a Friendly discussion per cent Over its quota. J one of them on the merits a group of singers. From the of chocolate pudding cast of Over the Mountain j visiting Camp Greentop near a drama staged annually hideaway or. I in Erwin presented the pro-1 h slipped the Camp Man Gram. Commander Earle m. S2q and told him mrs. Charles Andrew Miller is shown receiving the hostesses gift at a mis Cellaneous Shower Given for her this week at the civic auditorium. Left to right Are shown mrs. Miller and her hostesses miss Joyce Crawford mrs. Miller mrs. Peggy Blake and mrs. Trula Bingham. By. If she decides to do this naturally she should retain a competent lawyer to attend to the Legal details. Cento from putting. It was the first time Hogan has tried the subsidiary Burnside course where the qualifying whether she does this or riot 1 round is to be played. Women of the Moose new officers were recently installed by mrs. P. Robelot graduate Regent Kingsport chapter 1106, and Jim Shaffer past governor Loyal order of Moose 972. Newly elected offi cers Are left to right front Row mrs. Lewis Hicks jr., graduate Regent mrs. R. T. Burgess senior Regent Back Row mrs. H. W. Ketron jr., Junior Regent mrs. Jim Shaffer recorder mrs. Dave Bridwell treasurer and mrs. Clifford Doty chaplain. Marvin Kay Whitley was graduated june 8 from Lin Coin memorial University with a major in mathematics. He is a son of mrs. Bertha Whitley of Gate City va., route 3. Graham closes Dallas revival Dallas w Biily Graham ended a month s preaching in the Cotton bowl last night before a crowd he said was the largest Ever assembled in the u. S. For a Sermon in a regular series of revival services. Graham estimated came to hear him preach on the last pc Auto damaged in sunday wreck Kansas City labor dispute is probed Kansas City House committees today delved into a labor dispute that has tied up All major construction projects in uie Kansas City area for a month. Hearings starting today Are expected to run through thursday. The probe is part of a continuing study of labor problems Over the nation by the two commit tees. Coal operator Dies Harlan by. In William crippled children dessert on Ike to give the youngsters the Des Sert on too Walker of the Erwin Post was in charge of the program. District commander w. Max Ellis of Louisville presided and introduced candidates for East. Tennessee division commander i Cnoc Oiasie a Len h. Marshall of to set la on my face and Beu lugh l. Day of Rogers-1 or. Eisenhower agreed that me i pudding has its Points but said commander William s. Stul favor Ioe of King sports Hammond Post or. Eisenhower and the first no. 3, the present judge adv lady visited the Camp Mam Cate of the department of by the Baltimore league Nessee was recognized. For crippled children after re had been evening was East Tennessee division commander John j. Dun the Eisenhower can of Knoxville. Who is Candi spending the week f Date for department com David their Retreat Mander of Tennessee. The Cato tin mountains. Receives the recent state Conven Tion of the vow and ladies auxiliary held in Nash Ville the local Post and auxiliary were awarded seven different prizes for membership Community service and Hospital work. Shown above is u. S. Senator Al Bert Gore presenting a Beautiful embossed plaque to past auxiliary president mrs. Campbell Carter in recognition of the Community service sponsored by the auxiliary. The plaque was a National award and Post. And auxiliary Eael received one in addition to citations to both units from the state. Wai Ter White says Rhee is Symbol to asian people St. Louis to. I Leader Walter White said today South korean president Syng Man Rhee was a Symbol of asian determination not to Mit meekly to whatever the1 White Western world White executive Secretary of the National association for the advancement of coloured people spoke yesterday at the closing session of the organization s convention Here. Earlier Mutual Security mini Strator Harold e. Stassen asked the a act to help his. Agency dispel misunderstanding about America and the race problem throughout the world. White said Rhee is a Symbol of asian determination no longer to accept passively and sub Mit meekly to whatever the White Western world he said however that he personally believes the Rok Leader s truce position is unsound "to1 the Point of being j White said the Western world is beginning to awaken to the fact that two thirds of the world s people no longer believe or submit to White us he also told the convention that a act officials Trust presi Dent Eisenhower to do All he can to wipe out second class citizen ship among negroes but they fear he will be hampered by War foreign problems certain Mem Bers of his Cabinet and oppose ithe facts to the world to True Tion within his own party. J Stassen said the rest of the1 no Peoples anywhere in his world is unaware of Progress in he said have made such racial tolerance already achieved t paid Progress As the coloured in the United states although Peoples of America the so much More needs to be a years from the time of president Abraham Lincoln to the time of he asked the a act to Dwight today monday civic Avdyl Sorlom driving class in game room. Shower party in club rooms. Violin lessons in Corner room Frank l. Clond recreation Center playground and recreation Center activities. Doa urlass recreation Center playground and recreation Center activities. Al Newport inn Optimist club. Club room. 6 . Jofer company Commerce room . Tuesday Csc auditorium Dale Carnerie class in main auditorium. Shower party in club . Frank l. Cloud recreation Center playground and recreation Center activities. Don class recreation Center playground and recreation Center activities. Kin sport inn Lions club. Club room noon. Toastmaster club Commerce room 6 . Methodist ministers District dinner Din Ned meeting. Club room. . Wednesday civic auditorium arcs link in main auditorium. Chess club in Corner room. Frank Clad recreation Center play c round and recreational Center activities. Doa Laii recreation Center playground and recreation Center a King sport inn rotary club. Club room. Noon. Mrs. R. G. Craft luncheon Laurel room. Thursday civic violin lessons in main auditorium. Holston District boy scout Commil tre in Corner room. Frank l. Clond recreation Center playground and recreation Center activities. Recreation Center playground and recreation Center activities. Kif sport inn cd Veltan club club room. Noon. Studebaker corp. Luncheon Commerce room. Free service tire company dinner club room 7 . Jaycees Laurel room 6 . Friday Frank Clond recreation Center playground and recreation Center activities. Pawlass recreation Center playground and recreation Center activities. Lii sport inn Kwan la club room. Noon. 5 red hot specials at Bingham s Cotton Loop non skid throw rugs available in All colors 9 x 12 Cotton Loop rugs available in All colors. Can be living Boom Den or bedroom Rug. Foam rubber mattress pads make tour old mattress sleep like new. These pads Are Cool soft and washable. To inside full slip glider cushions Crump glider cushions available ii Green. Make tour old glider i Complete set Crump glider cushions available in bed yellow and Green. Make tour old glider look like new. 50 Putic Garden Hose 5-year guarantee Bingham furniture inc. 210 East new St. Phone 1492 a two car crash on Highway 37, about seven Miles from Blountville sunday night resulted in approximately damage Joseph Cunningham 70, a re to a car driven by Joan Isabell tired Harlan county Coal opera sell of route 3, Johnson died yesterday in Cincinnati the Tennessee Highway operated the Crummies Creek reported. Coal mine from 1920 until his patrolman j. N. Buckles said retirement in 1951. He was a the other car involved was driven former president of the Harlan by Lee Marshall Olinger Blount county Coal operators Assoc a Ville and was not damaged sex Tion and was a native of Rich pensively. No charges placed buckles said. Mond by. The funeral will be held at 2 p. Today at Pineville. Here famous Cyeta Matic Frigidaire with i with Low Down payment Small monthly payments big Trade in allowance Model is-106 another Cycle Matic new idea big Loparo food Freezer holds up to 47 pounds of Frozen foods Roomy fresh food comportment with automatic Safe Chela Motic defrosting Thot ban shot Frost Bosforo it Coj Ioctl famous Frigidaire Roh to you sturdy. Proof All aluminium flt do out All Tho Way Ico trays with instant tray and Cuba Romsa o dooms of croat now Moat for Boytor food service i pow Rod by Hie cold maker of them All built and backed by Frigidaire and Genera Melon ask about All the new Frigidaire for 1953

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