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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - October 7, 1955, Kingsport, TennesseeFriday october 1. The family Saa Book or it. Kneit q. Obbo Kne Harriet to put it mildly did t look Forward to her three three year old s meal times. For every session brought a struggle which left both of them peevish and fussy. Young Harry had been Deli Cate child. Though at three he was As husky As the next one. His Mother could t overcome her need to stuff him. To her this was insurance against illness. Finally the alstairs1 Rediat Wician took a drastic step. I m going to ask you to try he said firmly. See to in thai his meal times Are Harry at least. I Don t care what he eats or How much. That will take care of it self. And i la take the response and then he outlined what he meant in More specific terms. I him the things he likes Best. Don t Force him to Swallow any thing does t if you pos Sibly can be Light hearted at meal times. Let him help you fix his food. Make it look As attractive As possible. Do anything you can think of to build a Happy atmosphere. For More than anything else feed ing should be fun. Children Are made that Way. Later perhaps we May have to Check on a few things but for the time being easy does the big window catering to Kim. i to ilk 4k j Backer Bros. Flower shop cd 64591 also open evenings and sundays world briefs Denver the c o 1 o r a d o heart Assn. Has agreed to act As a National Clearing House for a heart fund but declared it would not promote a Campaign based on president Eisenhower s illness. Official said the Colorado group would gratefully receive contributions made in Honor of the pres ident s birthday oct. 14. A policy statement said the association has agreed to act As Custo Dian of such greetings and contributions until the american heart Assn. Completes plans for handling Frk Taipei Formosa the Chi Nese nationalists Are expected to increased american military and economic Aid for Formosa when unders eci Clary of stale Herbert Hoover or. And foreign Aid chief John b. Hollister arrive saturday. Bourne end England asst. Postmaster general l. D. Gammans announced with some Pride recently that the British Post office can deliver even f. J. Lunnon said Farmer there i something Hurt warm ing in the out of the bin gent spoken in the newspaper wheel is the american boy. To Day new paperboy s Day in newspaper week. It in not the least contribution made to the democracy by its newspapers that thousands of youngsters have grown up learning lessons in taking responsibility and carrying on their own Little Busi Nesses. A newspaper route is real character builder. Sensational All new vacuum clean but on big wheels 000 jobs Joom to. Hom Tow closet i and 100 it h a l l and Tooki Duil was to Onang Diol civil Tuc lion Lobl iyrt.i.1 count Ullh ill Tooill furniture dept. Dobyns Taylor Billy Rigney sees new Era for Newyork by Joe. A _. New Yoke Rigney Chapel. The Rev. Jack Riser and Lam two year contract or his pocket the Rev. Wylie White will officiate. A smile on his thin gaunt looking and burial will be in Temple find a world of Confidence in Carter Sutherland Clintwood oct. Ter Sutherland 14, of Herald va., died at . Wednesday at his Home after a Long illness funeral services were held at 11 . Friday at the dyers cemetery. Pooh and called the Post office. Want to mail a cow to Brack he said. To his astonishment the Post master replied Well Call for the in Short order a Post office truck drove up took aboard a Bossie named Flossie ii and hauled her to Bracknell 15 Miles away. The postage was 71 shillings Nagoya. Japan Japa Nese family finally rebelled. The newspaper Asahi carried this Story of Nagoya wedding ceremony when the arrived they found a reception desk up at the Entrance. The Groom himself came out and said looking rather embarrassed am sorry but a fee of 150 yen 41 cents will be charged when the Money was paid each guest received in return a lunch Box a paper Napkin and a Small bottle of Beer and was led up i his voice forecast today a new survivors Are his widow mrs. Era for the new York giants. Jean Sutherland Herald one daughter Rhonda his parents or. And mrs. J. R. Sutherland Strat ton a three Brothers York Morris and Thurman All of de troit and one sister mrs. Ray mond Silcox Newport news a. Infant Phipps Church Hill graveside funeral services will1 be held Friday at 2 . At the Oak Dale Ceme Tery Lor he infant daughter of or. And mrs. Edsel Phipps the Rev. Elbert Lane will officiate. Besides the parents the infant is survived by the maternal grand parents or. And mrs. Luther Skol ton of Surgoinsville and the paternal grandpa ends or. And mrs. Cecil Phipps Church Hill. The body is Wilson funeral Home. Lueretia w. Wolfe oath City funeral services for mrs. Lucretia Williams Wolfe who died unexpectedly tuesday of heart attack will be saturday at 2 . At the Presby Terian Church in big Stone Gap. The Rev. M. R. Flack will of the grading bespectacled 37 year old successor to Leo Durocher refused to say whether he thought the giants would improve their third place finish in 1956 but he promised a hustling youth studded team that would give the rest of tier National league a Battle. Haven t seen much of the league for the past two said Rigney who successfully led the Minneapolis Millers to the pen Nant mid Little world series championship in his second year at the Helm of the giants american Assn. Farm club. But i la have to to along with the others in picking Brooklyn As the team to beat. You can t underestimate a world Cham at a press conference Rigney discussed his plans for the giants 56. He said he pitching staff and the infield will give him his biggest headache. This is a new he said. I would like to go with Young players. If i can. I d like whole new picture in the pitching staff 1 have several newcomers in mine who i think have a Good Chance to make it. One is Allan Worthing ton. Who did a wonderful Job Foi me in Minneapolis j also like area social news attend Hel Mon at Ebwin and mrs. T. J. Cressell attended the wat Kent and reunion at Erwin recent i. Or. And mrs. Henry Shoemaker of Bristol recently visited miss Nel lie and miss May Erwin. Or. And mrs. H. C. Wallace spent sunday with or. And mrs. Gilbert Crumley at Elizabethton. Mrs. H. A. Dodson and mrs. Luck Blalock attended the a pcs seminar tuesday at the first methodist Church. Kingsport. Or. And mrs. R. C. Ketron and family. Miss Llla Sexton and Roger Lee Sexton attended the re cent Homecoming at Cedar Grove Church. Or. And mrs. George Bundy and family of Independence ind. Have returned Home after a visit with or. And mrs. Herman Fleenor. Or. And mrs. John Barrett and family of Sullivan High moved last week to new Home Here. Sic. Earl m. Fleenor is Home again after serving two years in the u. S. Army. His tour of duty included 17 months in Germany. Or. And mrs. James Church or. And mrs. Lowell Adkins of Kings port were recent guests of or. And mrs. W. C. Smith. Or. And mrs. Carl Barnes of Indian Rocic Beach Fla. Are visit ing or. And mrs. Paul Zimmer Man and other relatives. Or. And mrs. Garland Smith of Clover w. Va., were guests of or. And mrs Norman Sexton and or. And mrs. Haven Pullen last week. Mrs. Frank Sweetwood has re turned after a week s visit with her husband sgt. Frank Sweetwood fort Sam Houston. Texas. Attend Slaughter reunion Fici ate. Burial is to follow in Oak Monzani. Who pitched Fine and mrs. Luther Cox and family at Vlco cemetery. For me before the giants re the body will remain at Mccon-1 culled him last Nell funeral Home until taken to big Stone Gap for service. J. Kyle Leonard Coeburn a. Funeral Lerv ices for the Rev. J. Kyle Leonard pastor of the first Baptist Church Here who died unexpectedly at Home wednesday will be saturday at 2 . At the Church. Tie Rev. Raymond Smith of Bristol will officiate. He will be assisted by the Rev. Robert l. Chadwick of Wise and the Rev. Robert Murphy of Norton. Burial is to be in Susong come Wash Nordn maj. Gen. Flu be conducted by the Philip b. Fleming an Engineer who Rey p pal be. Will be the Board of deacons c Lin d. Roosevelt and Truman administrations died thursday night cancer at Walter Reed Hospital. The by year old native of burling ton Iowa in retirement for the past several years served As fed eral works administrator Mari time commission chairman undersecretary of Commerce and ambassador to Costa Rich. A for Groton Conn. Midget submarine which the Navy will use to test Harbor defense installations has arrived Here to Start Shakedown cruises. Washington Lee Pat holds open House Washington Lee Pat opened its new year with an open House tuesday at the school. Parents were k Ven the Opportunity of visit ing with teachers in their respective rooms. Refreshments were served in the cafeteria. Following the reception a meet ing held in the auditorium. Tery at Bristol where graveside mrs. Edwin Reed gave an inter ___j.-, a. Sell no and talk on principles policies and Aims of i of the co Burn first Baptist Church and Bers of the Lebanon and Wise Bap list association. Survivors include his widow. Mrs. Carrie Leonard four daughters mrs. Dathne Hicks and miss bar Bara. Leonard both of Bristol and misses pro Scilly and Rebecca Leon Ard of Coeburn two sons. Gordon and William Duvold Leonard both of Coeburn. Also nine Sisters. Mrs. Louise beef Al and misses Charlotte and Vivian Leonard All of chicane. Mrs. Nora Belle Jones Garden Homes. Ore., mrs. Dimple Jones mrs. Eloise Dutton mrs. Leona miss Gary s third Grade won first prize Lor room count. Second prize wont to mrs. Crockett s second Grade third prize to miss Obb s second Grade. The following officers and com Mittee chairmen will serve for the new session president mrs. Pete Crumley vice president. Mrs. R. L. Mchaney second vice presi Dent mrs. De Elam Secretary mrs. Robert Glenn corresponding Secretary mrs. Raymond Pollard. Chairmen Book store mrs. Lindsay Johnson and mrs. De Dud Ley civil defense mrs. Fred Campbell entertaining teachers mrs. M. C. Stone finance mrs. Tended the recent Slaughter re Union at the Home of or. And mrs. George Slaughter Bristol. Or. And mrs. Kyle1 slush and children of Kingsport visited mrs Donna Mitchell sunday. Or. And mrs. Wayne Chase. Mrs. O. M. Chase. Or. And mrs. Claude Bowser and son spent sunday with or. And mrs. N. G. Hale or. And mrs. Jim Barbee and daughter left last week for North Carolina where he has accepted a Job. Or. And mrs. Junior Davis have moved to the Home of mrs. Dona Mitchell. Or. And mrs. H. W. Strickler and daughter. Carolyn visited or. Anc mrs. Cecil Cox tuesday evening Tommy Wright enter College summersv1lle spa or. And mrs. Luke Wright accompanied their son. Tommy to bar Townsville. Ky., where he entered Union College. Or. And mrs. Lonnie Moody Anc son Harry of Mills Creek spent sunday with or. And mrs. Guy Chase and son Randall. Or. And mrs. Grover c. Cox or and family recently visited Hei parents. Or. And mrs. Orville Kite of Sullivan gardens. Or. And mrs. Flemins Ferguson and children visited her parents or. And mrs. Bill Hurd of Bloomingdale on thursday. Or. And mrs. Eugene Yates visited or. Yales father Alfred heir of inc line president Zetulio Vargas today widened his lend in the Brazil presidential election. His supporters claimed Victory was assured. Coffee honors mar Hickman Mary Frances Hack Man Day Smith Library miss Ruth Hines membership. Mrs. Ted Spetnagle. Mrs. Ralph Kemmerer . Mrs. Arthur Stair music. Mrs. Russell Salyer Parent thu Catlon mrs. Joe Worley of train Bride elect of James n. A. Mar Roll or Larlan. Paul Burns publicity of the j morn Long Tiven by mrs. J. H. Oil mrs. R. C. Christensen program struck Joseph Henderson As a look at these big Money savers boys overalls Sites now Only pair two pair to a customer boys shirts Short sleeves ref. 1.49 to 6 to 1c for s7c men s shirts Short sleeves la 2.911 values now ladies Nylon trimmed slips 97c each ladies 100% Nylon slips 52.9b value for group ladies dresses up to i9.9h value for and ladies 100% Wool Coats Lilium 39.98 to 59.9s for and All ladies summer slippers to ladies Orion sweaters from to on group ladies Cotton dresses one group ladies blouses up to s1.9ii Valur now 49c group ladies dresses a up to of and Many More Money saving items at 98 just off Points on w. Sullivan St. Mckarem dept. Store use our Lay away plan phone cd 5-4271 Hicks Robins has returned from a recent trip to Nashville. Jonet Iville those at tending the wedding of Glenn b Anderson and miss Margot Grimes in Charlotte. North Carolina sat urday were his Mother mrs. Lloyd l. Anderson mrs. L. E. Robinette. Bill Hickam of Black water and mrs. Onza Hyatt of Jonesville. Or. And mrs. D. B. Fletcher were dinner guests of the Rev. And mrs. Donald Fauble of kinds port sunday at the Ridge Fields country club. This was in Honor of mrs. Fletcher s birthday. The annual meeting of the Nat ural to Mel District Pat will be held at the John i. Burton High school at Norton oct. 7. Registration will begin Al . Reservations for lunch should be made Swick. of a i once for All delegates attending. W. J. Blanton mrs. Nellie flinch schools. principal speaker each lock to association is urged Edinburgh. Scotland medical faculty Al Edinburgh uni on Iii id mrs Charles yarn cd at mrs. C. E. C. Britton safety. Miss died thursday Home of mrs. Gibson 1340 a. Wateree , England some folks in England have been Brown Wool Jersey with bittersweet watering their plants with Beer to accessories. She was pro i a cd a make grow faster. Of yellow chrysanthemums or. Mrs. Robert Jones citizenship and m list Hickman was Lovely in a legislation mrs. Millege Daniels spiritual life mrs. Raymond and a piece of her chill by mrs. Criminal waste of brew. He re Tiu son and n bin Irful Wool Blank ported thursday he bar dosed his it he the flues is the wedding is chrysanthemums with three cups i an event of 14 at Felix welfare mrs. Carl Hultin ick addresses Pat mrs. R. Hickman. Mother of the Ennoree. Mrs. T. E. Shelby. Mrs a nor Clini Calton of Pennington stilled follows president in. Mrs. Walter Jessee. Mrs. Bob Arnold. Mrs. Jim of St. Paul. Bob and fran Fletcher of w. Were visiting remit lives in Pennington Jones Vine last week and were dinner guests of or. And mrs. D. B. Tuesday evening. Billie sue Bruce was the week end guest of her grandparents or. And mrs. D. L. Willis. Or. And mrs. D. B. Fletcher were dinner guests of or. And mrs. Roy Fletcher of thursday evening. Other guests were or. And mrs. A l. Fletcher and son Lyle of Belle. W. A. And or. And mrs. Stuart Brown of Pennington. The occasion was n Honor of w. E. Fletcher s 98th birthday. Or. And mrs. Clarence Shifley and son Richard of Ewing. Rhea Banner and daughter. Anne of Stickle Yville were calling on the Charles Bakers sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mary e. Mcclure is visit nit or. And mrs. Paul Duncan and family in Gary w. Va., for few Days. Visit Hospital patients miss Stella Conn and miss Wanda Rutherford spent the week end in Catawba va., visiting their Moth ers who Are patients in the hos Pital there. Mrs. Fred Cox and children visited mrs. Cox s parents or. And mrs. O. M. Skeen in big Stone Gap va., sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. G. Q. Horton of Pennington were visiting or. And mrs. Curtis Flanary thursday. Mrs. W. H. Chapman and miss Grace Davis were business Visi tors in Kingsport saturday. Mrs. Eva Rush is Able to be on the Job again after a few Days illness. Committee meets the executive committee of the Lee county division of the Vir Ginia education association met at the Home of the president. Miss Grace Davis on thursday. Those present were John Richmond president of District of and mrs. Richmond s. C. Hobbs and mrs. Hobbs mrs. Emily Blair. Miss Ethel Roop. Mrs. Alpha Lohman mrs. Eva Rush. Miss Mary Vir Ginia Flanary miss Florence Bay less. Mrs. Hallie Rosenbaum and miss Harris. Miss Peggy Davis visited rela Tives a few Days this week before ening to Princeton. New Jersey where she will be employed for the Winter. After graduating from the University of Tennessee in june went to associations Camp colo., for vacation employ ment during the summer. Or. And mrs. Bob Smith and or. And mrs. Charlie Smith were in Knoxville for the it game sat urday. Joe Johnson and j. F. Chappel attended the Guernsey farms Sale at Winchester ky., thursday. Miss Kate Spencer and mrs. Bertha Mae Chance were visiting mrs. Corrine Hines sunday. Or. And mrs. Tommy Jones and family have moved into the Home recently vacated by the Ray ban Ner family. Mrs. Jones Mother mrs. Corrine Hines is making her Home with her daughter. The ban Ner Home was bought recently by her family. Or. And mrs. Joe Johnson and children were the guests of mrs. Johnson s brother and family or. And mrs. Henry Sandridge of Middlesboro by. Bobby inn him of Eva Rush first vice president mrs. Virginia Cox second president mrs. Georgia Tritt third vice president mrs. Judy Combs chaplain mrs. Gertrude Johnson sergeant at arms mrs. Francis Hines historian Cridlin recording Secretary mrs. Mary Meek corresponding Secre tary mrs. Betty Lanningham treasurer mrs. Billie Evans. Hostesses were Minerva Watson mrs. Lille Willis mrs. Joe Wilkes mrs. Vera Willis and mrs. Jones. Or. And mrs. Don Davis gone to make their Home in Cincinnati Ohio where both of them Are employed. Miss Myrtle Grizzle was guest of miss Hose Higginson Sun Day. W. S. Sergent visited his father j. H. Sergenti and Sisters. Mrs. Alpha Lohman and miss Eura ser pent for the week end. A. C. Smith who has been a patient in the Baptist Hospital in Knoxville is Able to be at again. Mrs. Ben Richmond entertained the following dinner guests in her Home sunday or. And mrs. Rhea Stickley and Carleen Stickley. D. Hyatt or. And mrs. Olin f. Mrs. George p. Cridlin had As dinner guests sunday mrs. Eliza Beth Crockett miss Rebecca flan Ary mrs. M. D. Richmond and miss Katherine Spencer. The occasion was the birthday of Mist Spencer. Morristown guests Jonesville socials Jonesville or. And . James Miner and family of Morristown spent tie week end Wilh or. Miner s Mother. Mrs. Elbert Miner. Mrs. Garden Davidson visited or. And mrs. Robert Fulkerson of Ewing Friday. She also visited mrs. Anna Rice. Mrs. Dacia Bay less and Hattie and Mary Mclin of Rose Hill. Or. And mrs. Henry Cave attended the funeral of or. Cave s grand Mother in Troutdale va., tuesday. A rat. F. C. Martin was Hopfl on leave for the week end. To will leave for overseas duty in Germany where will join him. Mrs. Martin is the Daugh Ter of mrs. J. C. Pridemore. The family of mrs. W. B. David son enjoyed a covered dish Din Ner at the Home of lie Kenneth Davidsons honouring the birthday of Garden Davidson. Among present were mrs. W. B. Davidson or. And mrs. Wesley Spangler or. And mrs. Garden Davidson mrs. G. Graham Vincent and Judy Graham or. And mrs. Ben David son and son Dick. Mrs. Gus Hen Derson and Sammie Robinette. Tommy Livesay and Lambert of Blackwater. Va., who Are students at Union College spent the week end Here. Or. And mrs. Ernest Sadler of Buchanan mich., and Benny and Sandra Sadler spent a few Days with or. And mrs. Wesley Span Gler and or. And mrs. E. B. Sadler. Miss Mildred Spangler of Buchanan also spent a few Days with her parents or. And mrs. Wesley Spangler. Spencer or. And mrs. Melvin Cress miss Bertha Hynett and mrs. Brass Devore were lunch Eon guests of mrs. Flora Noe Sun Day. Mrs Earl hut Lodge or George Wells. Mrs. C. E. Bull. Miss Miriam Ball. Mrs. Mildred Kiser. Mrs. John Richard mrs. Verhn Dixon mrs. Aldon Dixon mrs. Neal Eagan mrs. Howard is Vert miss Jane Hulse and miss Barbara Gibson student at car son Newman College who came Home to ult Iid tie occasion. More heated air with o Oak blur portable heavy duty automa1ic electric hear St the october meeting of the an Jio Send at least one Delegate with Drew Johnson Pat held tuesday jul report of their year s work. Al the school. Or. Swick in formed tin1 members that n new Belvoir elementary school would be needed leave in Lii report within the next two mrs. Or three years. He stated that tuition students Are an asset to schools because to Mimi helps employ teachers. The. Invents Learned thai phonics mrs. George Blackburn in Nylon. Is Beitf thu Khz in Kina sport schools ohm. Mrs. Blackburn who has no air with other methods of 1n in he Hospital. Was Able the Point was emphasized Cal. Howard d. Poteet of Forf spent his two week leave with his parents or. And a. H. Poteet. Jimmy Eagle of Cleveland. Ohio visited or. And mrs. Lawrence Garrett last week. Miss dons Ann Poleet is spend ing a few Days with her sister. That children Are learning to read Well. He sail Only n Small per cent of the elementary students not capable of Reni Liny at their particular afre level. Or. Swick ski itrel that teachers arc l to be moved Home. Mrs. Fred Cox entertained mrs. Garden Davidson Nurt miss Hyatt it her Home tuesday. Burg spent the week end with Nisi Edgar Bacon has Boen on the family in Jonesville. Sick list this past week and was or. And mrs. L. N. Cridlin in Middlesboro. The week end with the l. H. Sat a mrs. Merle Horton has been Ter Fields on Blackwater. While confined to her Home due to 111 Irre they attended the night banquet at the new masonic Temple of the Mcpherson Lodge no. 99. Or. And mrs. James minor of Morristown term., Are guests Tif his Mother mrs. Elber minor this week. Fisc Hall Humphreys and Hubert Courtney went to Lexington for the Kentucky game saturday. I. And mrs. L. P. Humphreys were dinner guests of or. And mrs. Irv Purkey m Ewing sunday. Or. And mrs. R. B. Williams and family were week end visitors with mrs. Williams Mother. Mrs. A. W. A Isrin and family in John-1nnd mrs. Rudolph Clayter and son City. Mrs. Karl Hawkins of Willough Billy Johnson has been confined to his Home this past week with r mild Case of laryngitis but is improving. Or. And mrs. Clay Lee and or. And master Eddie counts of chit to noon Kun Pfistr of or. And mrs. Merle Horton thursday and Friday. V or. And mrs. Graham Sweet and daughter Nancy of Abingdon were recent visitors of the John attend kill game or. And mrs. W. R. Hines and sons spent last week end with or. By Ohio is visit ing her family. Family of Don. They attended the Emory and Henry Loo Ibyll game in Bristol saturday Echt. The k. P. Wynns this week. Mrs. Sloy Tor is the former Dorothy ground was broken recently for j Perkins. The new Russell Chapel Church mrs. And mrs. Sam Berry and which the congregation Hopes to sons spent the week end with their Complete soon. Jimmy Lewis returned recently parents. Mrs. 0. O. Berry of Jones Ville. And mrs. Oscar Smith of from ins Home in Alexandria to Rose Hill. Mrs. Berry returned make his Home with his mrs. Roy c. Smith. Aunt i with the Sam Berry family to Bris Tol for a visit. Mrs. Kvan8 of inks Stanley party mrs. Ernest Evans entertained with a Stanley party tuesday nine. Those attending were mrs. I Gion auxiliary or. And mrs. Jimmy tie american auxiliary inf Flint. Mich., spent week unit no. 183, met re remly in the with their families. Or. And mis. Reception room of or. T. S. Ely s office with attendance. The new officers for the year were in classic Iii display James Lampkin of or. And mrs. Cowles Kelley of pen Winston Gap. Classified display n Wynn. Mrs. Denver Brown Over the Emiil and paper method mrs Nanri that it would to More Bene mrs. Allen Miner mrs in nip Yeary. Mrs. Merle Bene Ficini to the Pupil in the future. A special was m. Reed chairman education october is emphasis month and nil and Horton. Mrs. Curtis plenary. Mrs. The Board of Sullns Glass mrs. Ralph Jones and mrs. C. R. Barnes. Or. And mrs. ,1, b. Combs and Tanie visited or. And mrs. Wil buttons of the Andrew Combs in Abingdon wednes Pat were arc. Mixed to be Day. Come a part of the most important. Those calling on or. And mrs. I organization in the world that is Bill Humphreys sunday afternoon working Pima i in for tie benefit1 were or. And mrs. G. P. Hobbs of the youth Olani Mica. And Carolyn of Harlan. By. 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