Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives May 13 1954, Page 25

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - May 13, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeGuess at girls cotillion dance 537 thursday May 13, 1954 King port times 1-d Kingsport youth sent to Hospital by baseball blow a 14-year-old Kingsport youth Ralph William Broome jr., 405 Sequoyah drive was admitted to Holston Valley Community Hospital after being struck in the Side with a baseball tuesday. Hospital attendants listed his condition As Good thursday morning. The u. S. Steel Industry spent for plants and equipment from 1946 through 1953. Miss Norma Lee Sullivan student is Vla president miss Norma Lee student of Sullivan High school will serve As press Hent of the East tonnes for the coming year. Miss Lee attended a convention of the group at Fulton High school Knoxville last Friday. Other Sullivan pupils attend ing the convention were miss Arline Richardson miss mar Garet Kite and miss Martha sue Bragg. Mrs. Earl Whitney librarian accompanied the girls. Miss Lee is the daughter of or and mrs. Herman of mrs. Rex Mcneese left provides entertainment during dance numbers for or. Mcneese second from left and or. And mrs. Glen Claiborne guests from Athens Tenn. Mrs. Mcneese the former miss Nan Kagey was a cotillion member before her marriage. Mrs. Claiborne is the former miss Mitzi Johnson. Or. And mrs. Richard Hagerstrom of Bristol left miss Ann keys of Erwin and George Kneass or. Chat Between dances saturday at Ridge Fields country club. Mrs. Hagerstrom is the daughter of or. And mrs. John Dodd of Kingsport. Miss keys was a guest of cotillion member miss Ann Koffman. To photo Ham hostess. Friday women of Moose Honor miss Biggs award photo prizes the Kingsport chapter of the trip by mrs. Trawick. Women of the Moose met in Regent of Tennessee and Moose Lodge club room Mack Blakely. Who received Wugk l us evening with mrs. Ray Burgess degrees last year. The local senior Regent presiding. The chapter now has 11 members thursday program was in charge of the who have received this degree. Pc the Garden club with mrs. Hospital committee and Fea. Plans were made for 20 Stokley Preston Woods tured a gift Shower from the tiers to represent Kingsport at 8 . Members for miss Evelyn Spring conference of the Beta no of Beta Sigma Phi the student nurse sponsored order of the Moose . At Kingsport the chapter who is women of the Moose to of officers. Women s Circle of Brider Luj this month from St. Mary a held in Chattanooga May 15 and circles of Westview methodist Heights Presb Lurian Church is . As follows 1. . With mrs. F. H. Brid and new streets. Monday or Bank group of Kernn High it designs summer fashions Cedar Grove Pat 3 p. Pre Booster club . At Ore j something for every age every ceded by executive Board at Bank school. All parents i Chil i climate. In addition there Are Idren entering High school free patterns for nattering Spring and summer Glamour masonic Hall clean up by fal1 arc urged to be present. Liberty chapter 198 Oes 9 ., members bring lunch. Kinersley i to at p. In. At school. County nurse mrs. Gil Lespie will speak on pre school Garden study club 2 p. The needlework guide costs Only with mrs. J. F. Willis mrs. I. M.i25o. Order it As you do your Fuller co hostess. I needlework patterns tops for Toast try. Have two or three of these see Volunteer Library assistants i Sullivan gardens cunning Little play suits ready for the first summer clays the. Easy to make Tasy to launder Sun suit is designer i or 1. 2 and 3 years has a delightful Duck applique. Tissue pattern applique Motif All instructions in pattern no. 37g. You May want i to Iron on the colourful Bunny Motif in Bright Blue and reel i from the in Embr Oldry spec Ltd Transfer of pattern no. 537. Send 25c for of patterns Jno. 376 and no. 537, your name address pattern number and j to Carol Curtis Kingsport Box 229, Madison Square Sta Tion. New York 10, n. Y. Ready now the Mai Iii new exciting 36-Page Carol c Ichisi needlework guide in color con Taining Over 150 designs for nil Ting crocheting embroidery i hairpin lace four How to do Kern s Salt risen made in most modern bakery now at your grocery school of nursing in Knoxville. 16. The local chapter was chosenu7scs, mrs. Nile heermans publicity As one of the five top ranking mrs. Jack Blankenship. 1273 e. Director awarded prizes to the chapters in the stale to Partick Sullivan 3. Mrs. Pauline Stid winners in the photo contest Pate in the program. The five Ham. 625 Fairview. Sponsored by mrs. Honor chapters Are Kings Circle 2 of Bethel Presby prizes were awarded for pictures port. Oak Ridge. Church . With depicting the most important Clarksville. And Bristol the most interesting the most amusing and the most embarrassing event in the entrants lives. The Winner s were mrs. Ray i Irving Trawick. Mrs. Rex Leonard. Mrs. Her senior prom. Tennessee Junior Man Mills mrs. Dave Bridwell chemical Engineer club per and mrs. Charles Houser gave dinner. Reports on the Academy of Friendship conference held re a Delta i gently in Nashville. They re luncheon. Cei Ved their degrees at that time. Air Force Reserve dinner and were accompanied on the dance. Mrs. W. D. Shankel 3233 Bris Tol Highway. Cleveland Pat school cafe Teria . Members bring covered dish. Women s Christian temper Ance Union family night at the list methodist Church at 6 p. M., with a covered dish sup Kingsport Rebek Abs no. 17, at Lodge Hall at p. Marjorie Fullen Circle High land Park methodist Church at Well. Delphian club with mrs. W. E. Ryan. 2 . Current events by mrs. W. R. Jennings and guest speaker mrs. W. E. Martin of Bristol. Neighbourhood two girl scout troop . At St. Domin c s school. Wildcat Willie to the Dos presented by St. Dom inic s dramatic class p. In school auditorium. Gunnings elementary school to present two plays the tiny and a wire for 8 . Public invited. Saturday rummage Sale sponsored by in clubroom 5. Civic Audi a Glen Alpine a pcs In thorium with mrs. Dorothy new Frels building Lay s uses More than pounds of potatoes each year and every one of these potatoes must meet rigid specifications. Contract Farmers Are even taught How to prepare the soil so that it will produce the special potato which Lay s buys throughout the Southeast and from Maine to Idaho. Careful selection and conditioning of potatoes Are just two of the Many Steps Lay s takes to bring you the finest chips Money can buy. Foods new Blue detergent super suds for and without a bluing first comes new Blue super suds v j v r never a was Day product like if i no packaged was Day suds of any other company get clothes As clean yet go to work so fast Only Colgate makes a was Day product that Lias the whitening Power of new Blue super suds. No need for bluing. No need for bleach except for stubborn stains. 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