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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - November 20, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeWeek s club events thursday Jackson Jamboree 8 p. M. In auditorium. Church Hill Pat 3 p. M. In auditorium. Vow auxiliary . At Kingsport utilities Edward Kane director of family serv ice guest speaker. Borden Community club . In clubhouse. Hostesses will Sullivan Pat has Book week panel in Observance of american Book week a pane1, discussion Vas presented at tha november meeting of Sullivan Parent teacher association. The discussion told of the be ginning of american Book week up to the present time and of its accomplishments. Those participating included mrs. Ruby . Ail Viu will hot. t be mrs. M. A. Powell and mrs John Bishop mrs Earl Childress sue Carroll and 1 Jimmy Holt. Willard Green. of Ford town Church . Baptist mrs. Bruce Zollman local chairman of the civil defense of Sullivan gardens Bap introduced mrs. Sid Church Ney Macbeth Deputy director Guestino presented needs and duties list Church 7 . At Church mrs. Freeman speaker. Representative h. L. Senter addresses members of Sullivan co Pat Council Harry Lee Senter of state representative was guest speaker at the quarterly meeting of Sullivan county Council of Parent teacher association at weavers school. Senter was Defeated b y John r. Todd Kings port attorney As Delegate to the constitutional convention. Education is the greatest weapon against Senter declared. Education is a number of impressions which pave the Way for our he continued. Of the civil defense. She told after explaining the four Point Irish Garden club 2 . With How a local chapter Louici be or program of Tennessee education mrs. E. F. Clouse 1667 Lincoln a sized ave., mrs. C. D. Clirrie co Host judged. Mrs. Mack Hickman presi association to be submitted to ithe legislature Senter suggested prize was Gladys Carter s by second j r in t othe membership drive went to Garden Guild at 8 q q a Flygt d mrs. N. A. Taggart. Members please note change in Date. Lynn Garden elementary 3 p .m., preceded by executive Board meeting at . Circles of Bridwell Heights presbyterian Church . Tusculum College alumni As ers Basket supper will be served. Mrs. Flem Bridwell. Soc nation . In club rooms Ivanette club . With of civic auditorium. Dinner mrs Neal Ketron 1522 Linville served by Oes. Guest speakers St. Members Are reminded to will be or. And mrs. M. Wesley bring Staple groceries f or j Roper. Thanksgiving Basket for needy Gate City chapter 116 Oes families. . For initiation. Circles of Glen Alpine meth a pcs of Mountain View meth Odist Church . As Fol Odist Church rummage Sale lows 1, mrs. Harry . At old chamber of Corn Sullivan gardens 2, mrs. Charles i building. Broad Street. Hamblin Springdale addition Beu rid pea 2.3q mrs. Paul Bailey Highway 81. Miss Ruby Odell and John Hall presented several musical Selec women s work dental care stressed new arrivals by child study club by Pauley up staff correspondent new York there Are a couple of balinese traditions which american Womer. Might Well promote among husbands. In Bali the men take great Pride in their cooking skill. And in Bali when company comes the Man takes Over in the Kitchen. It is his Way of showing he s a Good Host. These and other traits of Bati "656 cookery were brought out importance of teaching Chil Dren dental care was stressed by or. S. E. Isaacs local dentist at the tuesday evening meeting of child study club of Sullivan gardens at the Home of mrs. C. B. Cullop on Ridge Road. Kings port child study club members were guests. Or. Isaacs said a child should become acquainted with his dentist before dental work is Nec Essary. At the conclusion of his talk or. Isaacs answered questions and conducted an informal group discussion. Mrs. Robert Long hospitality chairman announced plans for the club s Christmas dinner and an afternoon party for members children. Sandra Kay Newman Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Hal m. New Man jr., 621 Arch St., at Holston Valley Community Hospital nov. 16, weighing 8 pounds 1 ounce. Eddie Roy Dodson son of or. And mrs. Robert l. Dodson Kingsport route 1, at Hych nov. 15, weighing 5 pounds 12 ounces. Robert Carroll Jones son of or. And mrs. Carroll r. Carl Jones 1002 Turner St., Amer us ga., nov. 6, weighing 6 pounds 13 ounces. Mrs. Jones is the for Mer Kilty o Leary of Kingsport miss Odell Sang mistress recently at a luncheon when 45 while Hall Sang balinese dancers and musicians entertained reporters. The Bah Nese Are in this country for a Winter tour of 26 cities. The lord s prayer and behold the master pass eth during the business session the group decided to endorse Tea s four Point program. The Council also voted to maintain family cards in flies of schools. Sixty three members and 21 local association members were represented at the meeting. West View Pat received a prize for the most members present. Mrs. A. C. Odell urged Mem Bers to Send dues to Thomas it. 3, Bristol term. The membership banquet will be held dec. 7 at civic Audito a pcs of West View mrs Willard Duncan an pre Church a Bazaar ing at . I Hall. The Public is in Forest View hic mrs. W. Bedford 145 e. Wanola St. For Miller Perry fall festival All Day meeting. Members re a . Public is invited. Quested to bring a covered dish. Virginia club luncheon 1 . Bell Ridge hic 10 . With at Ridge Fields country club. Mrs. Ralph Gamble 320 Virgil j hostesses will be mrs. W. E. Ring ave. Jr., mrs. W. L. Highsmith and Circle 12 of first presbyterian mrs. William buckles. Church 8 . In the ladies Par j or Bank Pra 3 members Lor for the regular monthly asked to note Chen meeting. Please bring either meeting Date canned food or Money Fon _. 1 Grandfather s Home offering. A pcs Cassidy methodist St. Dominic s men s club Bingo 8 p. M. At St. Dominic s Church ., at the Home of school. Turkeys will be Given for prizes. Tickets May be obtained at door. Saturday Golda memorial methodist Cedar Grove Pat hears girls chorus stay of the balinese diet. It is served with the thin outer Cov ering on the which is removed by the time Rice gets to the american table the balinese love for Rice Chestra Leader who also is mayor of their Home town of platen. Miss roots herbs the balinese did the quite a problem for the under supervision of their or i concert people. I had to order their special Type from a Carolina said Schang. They shipped us the mayor Anan aging de pounds just to feed the Surah Mandera combined company while it s in new York they polish off 75 pounds a Day they do away with 24 chickens at a when the company takes to the Road it la take its cooking equipment along. As near As i can said Schan the balinese Are not ones for regular meals. They just eat when they get hungry. We thought it d simplify things if we just took some of our gear with Chicken with a variety of spices plus some chopped Lemon Peel chopped onions and cooked All this As you would a beef Stew. This was served on a bed of steamed Rice and with a Side dish of sliced cucumbers. Then he complained through an interpreter that it was difficult to do Fla Linese cooking in America. You can t get All the roots and herbs we re used he said. Frederick c. Schang president of Columbia artists Wycich is booking the company said the a program of songs presented balinese Are famous for their mrs. Luther Salyer. Contemporary Book club . With mrs. E. M. Reed 1222 Wateree St. I Golda memorial methodist Church a pcs . With Church a pcs supper at fellow mrs. Elmer Rhea Orchard Street ship Hall Between . Hillcrest. Proceeds will go to new Church. Holston Institute Pat and Lelia Bagley unit rummage Community club 7 . For joint Sale of Wesleyan service of Harvest dinner. Members Street methodist Church asked to bring covered dish. . In building formerly women of Bethel presbyterian occupied by army store on com Church . At the Street opposite City bus St. Margaret s Benefit Bridge a terminal. Canasta party ., at St. Circle 3 of Mayfair methodist Paul s episcopal Parish rummage Sale . For tickets Call mrs. Robert Jin old chamber of Commerce Phipps 1272-l, or mrs. A. building. Morison sr., 2-w. Long Island chapter of Dar Friendship social club rummage Sale a. M. In m. In masonic Hall. Miss Rebecca Shadeed building 319 e. Sulli Moore guest speaker on Christ Van Street Mas members Are in Vav reminded to bring canned foods i monday for thanksgiving Basket and no Omega chapter Beta Sigma Tice change in meeting Date. Phi p Kingsport Titi i Bobby club . At the ties Aulii thorium Home of mrs. Earl h. Flou Lack Chestnut Ridge and town or 931 Watauga Street with of league of women Vot c. R. Routh co hostess. Ers mrs r e being ton 3706 Sunnyside Pat . Bristol Highway . Holy Trinity lutheran Church Jackson Heights and g shepherdess Circle p. M. In Field units of league of w Locial room of Church. Hostesses voters mrs. G. W. Hakanson 906 will be mrs. Bob Bennett mrs. A invite Street 8 p. M. Grills by a chorus of seventh and eighth Grade girls highlighted the november meeting of Cedar Grove Parent teacher association. The Rev. Hugh Edwards was guest speaker. Miss Jean Fields discussed american education week which is being observed nation ally. Kingsport times thursday nov. 20, 1952 7 mrs. Mccrary is he club hostess mrs. Roller Mccrary was Host Ess to fall Branch Home demonstration club with Charles land and miss Howard acting As her assistants the business session was con ducted by miss Julia Cox vice president in the absence of the president. Roll Call was answered by listing favorite Home acres of contests player were mrs. Ralph Baines and mrs Davis. A Christmas party will be Given at the Home of mrs. Homer de Root for the december meet ing. Ladies Day Golf and Bridge. Civitan ladies night. Club luncheon a1 noon. 41 club dinner and dance. And mrs. Club dance. West View Pat will sponsor festival wed. West View Parent teacher association will sponsor a fall festival wednesday nov. 26, at ., it has been announced. The program will include the Coronation of a King and Queen and a thanksgiving play entitled Blessing a repeat performance will be presented at . Comforts More childhood ills. Thin All other Chil Dren s aspirin Biendl Mother and children prefer it doctors approve get it today. Charles present ii count s Khz most Stuht Sou Ivam company Mecl a wow huh of worm aces in Itow Yok Ott Kingsport civic auditorium sat., nov. . All seats reserved Send Check to dept. Of recreation. Ciric auditorium or Call 2419 or 1013 lavish new moduc1ion Brilliant orchestra and chorus Dorothy Raedler artistic director dancing but their cooking should be just As renowned. I i visited Bali he said. Their food is mrs. John coast the Bali born wife of a one time British Diplo mat travelling with the dancers said Bali s traditional dish is something called that s raw meat served with members voted to Aid in the. About 20 spices and she Purchase of playground equip ment and to finance improve ments for the school. Said. You serve it about like Rice she added is the main Rex Vaughn. And mrs. Jack Friday Kozy Korner Klub at first methodist Church. Past matrons and past patrons of Liberty chapter Oes Jackson Jamboree 8 p. M. . With mrs. Robert rus isell 1517 lament St., mrs. I. M Gunnings Pat . At Fuller and mrs. Boyd Ritter As in observation of Fath a sisting hostesses. Vogue gifts May be purchased on our extended payment plan Santa she d love lingerie Frothy delicate lingerie just like ours scoop up these Christmas treasures for her while our selection is com plete. Nationally known brands of course Tricot Nyron Rayon crepe Cotton Batiste. Lace trimmed and tailored. 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Christmas cards 25c Box includes 21 beautifully designed cards in Mcrory s 5-10-2 5

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