Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Mar 19 1954, Page 3

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - March 19, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeOwn attend Cha meet an evening gown by dior features a very new and very Beautiful and Chiffon combined. The fabric has the Sheerness of Chiffon with the mix Ture of Satin which gives it a Lovely Sheen. The Flower print is lilacs and Jonquil. In photo by Ghemela mrs. J. W. Harrison Garden club speaker mrs. J. W. Harrison or. Gave a talk on the growing of Spring and summer Flowers at a re cent meeting of the House and Garden club. It met at the Home of mrs. S. H. Anderson Hillcrest with mrs. Paul Wimmer As co hostess. Mrs. Harrison said that adding old sawdust peat Moss and Clay to a Garden plot would make it better prepared for planting. She added that dark shades of flow res can be placed next to the Evergreen background shading lighter colors and smaller plants toward the front of the Border perennials can be interspersed. With annuals so hat continuous Bloom can be maintained throughout the growing season j she cautioned not to Plant flow i ers where they will be in touch with artificial watering during summer dry periods. Be she said to Piant enough seed so that some plants pan be Given to others when it s time to trans Plant because sharing one of the greatest pleasures of Garden new arrivals Mark Stevens Akers. Son of or. And mrs. Noah c. Akers 1717. Highland St. At Holston Valley Community Hospital March weighing 5 pounds 15 ounces. Deborah g c r a 1 e n e daughter of or. mrs. George Gilliam 125 w. Mill Pond St., at Hych March 15, weighing 7. Pounds 3 ounces. Myron Glenn Fields son of or. And mrs. Glenn Fields. Clinch i port. Route 1, at Hych March weighing 7 pounds 6 ounces. Kenneth d. Bare son of or. And mrs. William d. Bare 27 roller St. At Hych March 12, weighing 7 pounds 5 ounces. Ralph Donald Ramey son of or. And mrs. C. H. Ramey. Gate City at Hych March 11. Weigh Jing 7 pounds ounces. I Dale Kenneth Horton son of or. And mrs. E. D. Horton. Jonesboro. Route 4. At Hych March 14, weighing 9 pounds ounces. Classified ads get results miss Irene Melton and miss wave goodbye to classmates at Lynn View High school. The students left thursday to attend the convention of future homemakers of America in Nashville and will return sunday. Jul school dance for club members. Hardware that stands hard Wear Devoe paints Village hardware 203 West Sullivan St. Dial i 5-2711 sanitary supplies disinfectants cleaners soaps deodorant blocks Chemi Dent products Circle 5-1771 choose your. Partners for Spring. Blouses Dap Perette look gals no sleeves it s the newest thing in blouses done divinely by Judy Bond in a diminishing Diamond Rayon spun Linen print. Even has the new touch of White in its precise pointed Collar fits beautifully looks new Over everything. White with Grey Navy or red print. Sizes 32 to 38. Nosegay 3.95 Judy Bond picks Fine washable Broadcloth in a Gay Floral print to give you a new look shirt that s As Dainty As its posies. Note the flattering double buttoned mandarin Collar adjustable cuffs and Fine Man tailoring assures you of wonderful fit. White ground flowered in Rose Blue Gold. Sizes 32 to 38. 3.95 for fast Safe dependable service Gilliam cabs Circle 5-3171 Back of Union bus terminal weather vane skirts tailored by a wonderfully feminine Silhouette a wonderful elegance in detail. And the Promise of constant freshness in the fascinatingly luxurious fabric that resists wrinkles and rain spots. In fit and detail it s everything that has made weath Vervane America s favorite fabric. Only officers elected at Dickson Pat officers were elected for the year at a meeting of the Dickson Parent teacher association tuesday evening. They include mrs. Howard tester Man president mrs. Sam Boardwine first vice president Frank White second vice i president mrs. H. D. Dale third vice president mrs. Ciao Harkle Road. Fourth vice president mrs. Friday March 19, 1854 Kingsport times 3 w. C. Davis Secretary mrs. Car the speaker Warren Brown Vanzant treasurer and mrs. Executive director of the boys Kenneth Huffman historian. Club who gave an informative the state president s message talk. Was Given by mrs. Chester mor a room count award won by Ris. The third Grade of miss Joan highlight of the evening was Farmer. 54 members present at Church Hill club Sandra Davis program chair i Man presented the program at the recent meeting of the 7th i Grade Booster club of Church i Hill. The american Flag pledge was led by Larry Snapp the 14-h Flag pledge by Retila Fay i Jones. Judy Akard and Omar Byington presented poems. A play was Given by seven of the members. It was a Short sum. Mary of 4-h work and its Prog Ress for the 50 years it has been j in action. The title of the play was "4-h j Ina Larkin was in charge of the devotionals. She read the 23rd psalm and led the group in j the lord s prayer. I fifty four members were pres Lent. Ralph Testerman assistant county agent and mrs. John j Davis and mrs. Dennis Christian i adult leaders met with the club. The next meeting will be held april 6. Wondering what to serve for sunday night supper How about j sliced hard cooked eggs on Toast with a cheese sauce Fla Vor the cheese sauce with mus Tard and Worcestershire. Bus service another convenience for Var Var a Var Var Var a City transportation company bus serves the Ridge Fields area monday through Friday on the following schedule cily bus station fudge Fields ride Feikls or i and do area Jac Likon school via Church Circle Jackson school City bus station City bus station or i and do area or i and do area Ridge Fields . . . . . . . . . . . May we discuss with you your future Ridge Fields Home Bennett Edwards 1457 East Center Street i 5-3101 Quality counts dial i 5-4121 on Sale sat., 9 a. M. Special one Day Only permanent finish organdy Priscillas no starch needed curtains washable no searching 6-ln. Ruffles single Width White Rose Blue Green Gold Orchid 550 All steel venetian blinds 54-Inch length Width 18 Inch thru 24 Inch now. 2 Width 25 Inch thru 36 Inch Only. My each All White first Quality other sizes up to 42" in Stock slightly higher Home of better values

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