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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 17, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeBridge clubs meet in Wise news of week s events personals listed Wise mrs. N. F. Hex was hostess tuesday evening to the evening Bridge club. Mrs. L. Richmond was Winner of High score prize and mrs. Kathleen vicars won Low score prize. The Bingo prize went to mrs. J. Lipps. Mrs. Richard Sikes was hostess in Friday evening to the Bridge club of which she is a member. Mrs. E. D. Vicars was the win Ner of the High score prize. Mrs. Edward Barr of Pound was presented the Low score prize. Mrs. J. N. Dotson won the Bingo prize. The Rev. And mrs. P. Conley spent the week in Roanoke and Charlottesville. Or. And mrs. Basil Jennings and family had As guests on Sun Day their parents Rev. And mrs s. M. Jennings and daughter miss Louvenia Jennings of strength Ruth boiling Lorene Mullins Margaret Darnell and Ramona Carter. A number of these students Are members of the girls basketball team. Wise news is told Wise and mrs. Henry Neld Amair and daughter Nancy of Mineral va., were overnight guests of mrs. Myrtle Johnson thursday night. They were in route to Georgia for a Short vacation. Mrs. L. Flanary who suffered a slight stroke two weeks ago is improved. Mrs. Ford Hubble who has been a patient at Holston Valley Community Hospital has re turned to her Home. Mrs. A. W. Johnson has had As recent guests her son Rhea Johnson and mrs. Johnson of Jonesville and the brother and Washington d. Sister or. And mrs. Chas. O. Or. And mrs. Robert Albertson Jennings of Abingdon. Left thursday for new York City or. And mrs. John w. Guntner where they will be located for jr., and Small son of Appalachia recent visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Basil Jennings with mrs. Nannie vicars of Coe Burn who was a visitor in the Jennings Home. Mrs. John Henry has been in Philadelphia pa., for two weeks for medical attention. Or. And mrs. R. F. Stephens had recent visitors their daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Edward Blackwell and Small daughter Bluefield West Virginia. The next year. They visited rela Tives Here for the past 10 Days. Or. And mrs. S. Pendleton mrs. F. Clause is hoc hostess september meeting of Dickson Home demonstration club was Neld Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. E. F. Clouse Lin Coln Avenue with mrs. D. Currie assisting hostess. Reports were heard from com Mittee chairmen. Miss Juanita Bradley Home agent explained the compiling of yearly reports. Mrs. Pat Tymon arts and crafts chairman and mrs. G. son Home furnishings chairman displayed a hooked Rug and Sev eral dolls they had recently made. Mrs. A. Preston Gray led the devotional. Virginia Collins is Home from Europe miss Virginia dare Collins Rutherwood Road returned recently aboard the Queen after a three month tour of Europe. While in England she was the guest of major and mrs. David l. Mcabee at their Home the Suffolk. Mrs. Mcabee is the former Marguerite Collins. Travels throughout English Kingsport times wednesday sept 17, 1952 15 Appalachia personals Are announced or and mrs. W. H. Stallard drove i Countryside included such cities to Alcoa Tenn., last saturday Las Glasgow Edinburgh Loch to and visited or. And mrs. W. , and also the Lake District Meredith. Or. And mrs. T. Meade and son Johnnie Are vacationing at Daytona Beach Fla. Or. And mrs. S. P. Davidson and son Dave Carroll mrs. Belle Miller and mrs. L. Begley have returned from a 10-Day tour of interesting places in mrs. Lottie r. Taylor mrs. J Florida including Jacksonville Jane Knox mrs. Edmona Kil St. Augstine Daytona Beach Gore mrs. Georgia Dean and mrs. Silver Springs and Greeneville Jeannete Fields attended the s. Joint meeting of the Coeburn big or. And mrs. Arthur Ruth Stone Gap and Wise auxiliaries j spent last week end with or. And mrs. John Quillin at their Camp on the South Holston Lake. Mrs. L. Harrison son Wil Liam and mrs. Mary Henley of Erwin Tenn., were visitors with mrs. Maude Stallard last sunday. To the posts of veterans of for eign wars held in big Stone Gap on wednesday evening. Plans were made at the meeting for members of auxiliaries to visit the Veteran s Home in Johnson City Tenn. Lawrence Daugherty is a patient i the veterans Home Johnson City. Or. And mrs. . Harris and sister in Law. Mrs. Gillespie a visitor in the Harris Home had As visitors on sunday or. And mrs. Noah j. Garrison and family of Honaker a. The Rev. And mrs. J. Spur Lin attended the monthly meet ing of the ministers of the big of Scotland. Miss Collins visited in Holland Switzerland Italy France Bel Appalachia and mrs. J. J. Porter had As week end guests Janice Cook of Princeton w. Va., and miss sue Cole of Washington d. C., and on sunday or. And mrs. Fred Cook also of Princeton were their guests. Miss Judy Holloman left Sun Day for Charlottesville a. She will enter the University of Vir Ginia for training As a nurse miss Holloman was accompanied to Charlottesville by her parents or. And mrs. G. F. Hollo Man. Mrs. Stanley h. Botts and Small son Stan have returned form a month s stay with her parents or. And mrs. B. M. Elam in Jackson Tenn. Or. And mrs. Elam accompanied them Home for a visit. Or. And mrs a. B. Rogers had As sunday guests mrs. Rogers sister mrs. M. Fulkerson and or. Fulkerson of Kingsport and or. And mrs. J. P. Rogers and their daughter Ann of Rogersville or. And mrs. E. E. Bays have had As recent guests or. And mrs. J. F. Dollow or. And mrs Harold Dillow and two children and miss Georgia Dillow of Albuquerque new Mexico. Or. And mrs. Lawrence flee nor had As guests for the week end mrs. Fleenor s Sisters mrs Stoney Smallwood and or or. Mrs. L. T. Bolcer res dents of Appalachia for Many years have sold on Street and Are going to Bristol to make their Home. Mrs. Merle Pike is prexy of child group the child guidance group met thursday for the initial meeting of the year at civic auditorium. Officers for 1952-53 Are mrs. Merle e. Pike president mrs. Bill p. Dickenson vice president mrs. K. P. Mcdonald Secretary mrs. J. K. Wade treasurer mrs. G. F. Converse librarian. Mrs. Pike announced the appointment of the following As committee chairmen hospitality mrs. R. S. Adams membership mrs. Roger Barrigar publicity mrs. Dickens Oft ways and Means mrs. Paul Henderson program mrs. W. L. Hicks historian mrs. W. Mchorris. Sydney Macbeth spoke to the group on play area he stated the fundamental needs for a play area Are Trees for Shade and climbing sturdy shrubs for hiding a play House and a Cook out. Gium Luxembourg and the1 Smallwood and daughter Joan and mrs. Joan Rose and Daugh Riviera. Ter Nell All of Benham a. Have returned from a mrs. Shirley Groseclose and visiting relatives in Iowa. Mrs. Elisha Hill is in Holston Valley Community Hospital for observation. Or. And mrs. Bob Minnich and year. I two children left tuesday for Nashville where mrs. Groseclose has enrolled in the George pea body teachers College for tie children have moved to Rich mond ind., where or. Minnich is employed. Miss Mary Ann Peters Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Charles w. Peters sr., Gate City has been awarded the National scholar ship Given by the women s Aux Illary to the american medical association through the com the Rev. And mrs. F. E. Tay Mittee on careers in nursing Lor had As their guests last week Kelly Colvard who is pm fitting baby s shoes the instep of your baby s first shoe should be Loose enough to writ free blood circulation. Too ight an instep presses the Bonea of the Arch out of shape and maps the foot. Or. And mrs. K. Polly re turned Friday from St. Louis mo., where or. Polly attended the National dental meeting. Or. And mrs. R. K. Jett were recent guests of their daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Ralph Staton in Roanoke a. Mrs. F. E. Handy and miss Caroline Handy were shoppers in Kingsport and Bristol Friday. Miss Handy will leave on the Elizabethton. Last week end with his family or. And mrs. Ezra Mcclellan Here. Gap on monday evening. The organization of the ministers wives who meet every three months in co operation with the ministers held a meeting at this time. Miss Virginia Dotson has entered the nurses training school at the Johnston memorial hos Pital Abingdon. Earl Dean Wise High school football player who sustained a broken shoulder in the game be tween Wise and Appalachia on thursday evening is a patient in the King s Mountain memorial Hospital Bristol. Mrs. Lila v. Smith has As the son and daughter it. And mrs. Carl w. Smith. It. Smith had been station at it. Belvoir va., for sometime. Or. And mrs. L. Richmond Wise and or. And mrs. R. A. Richmond and mrs. W. W. G. Dotson Norton were dinner guests on sunday with or. And mrs. Barney Hagan of Dun Gannon. Mrs. J. A. Clark has returned to her Home in Philadelphia after a few weeks visit with her sister mrs. W. H. Lipps and or. Lipps mrs. Lipps had As visitor during the current week the sister mrs. H. H. Necessary of Clinchport. Among the Wise students who have entered or re entered Vari Ous colleges or who expect to leave soon for their respective schools Are George Roberts Hiwassee College Joe Roberts and Creed Bruce Emory and Henry College Billy k. Sproles Milli Gan College Betty Jane Davis Randolph Macon woman s col lege Sarah Thompson Madison College Rita to Fugate West Hanpton College Billy Collins Allan dowdy jr., Arlene Powers and Nathan Tracy Vii Marjorit Wells Hiwassee College Benjamin Sturgill Berea col lege. High school students selected As cheer leaders for the school football team the Wise indians Are sue Davis Norma Jean Hyl ton Velta Collins Rosemary Collins Linda Addington Irene Wells Jewell Beverly Doris or and mrs Allen Taylor of played at Rockhouse ky., spent 16th for Williamsburg to enter i a and Mary College for her second year. Walton Morton of Covington va., is spending his vacation with his parents or. And mrs. George Morton. Or. And mrs. Thurman Wolfe mrs. Roy Greene and mrs. Karl Grogan spent tuesday ii Knox Ville shopping. Mrs. J. A. Gardner has returned from Morristown Tenn., miscellaneous Shower and luncheon compliments mrs. Ralph Rose Bride mrs. Ralph Rose recent Bride w. E. Scribner won High Bridge while Sec incl High went Stone Gap District of the Metho-1 was complimented with a rate while second run went dust Church held in big Stone Snower and lunch to e c once mrs w h Eon Given by mrs Max y. Parker and mrs. Kermit Young at the Atter s Home Ros Pointe on Johnson City Highway. Arrangements of White asters mums and Poms decorated party rooms while a bouquet of White Gladioli was used on the Bride s table. The honoree who was Clad in a Navy Blue crepe dress with White accessories was presented a Corsage of White carnations by Mills was awarded High Canasta prize. Bingo winners were mrs. J. V. Hodge and mrs. W. E. Ryan. Other invited guests were mrs. W. A. Allen Mother of the honoree mrs. James Davis Sis Ter of the honoree mrs. W. B. Green mrs. J. White mrs. George Penn mrs. J. E. Black mrs. Henry Meeks mrs. B. M. Brown mrs. Peyton Watson mrs. W. B. Fogleman mrs. J. E. Wilson mrs. Robert Snow mrs. E. M. Corns mrs. W. H. Reed mrs. G. G. Keener mrs. W. B. The hostesses. Mrs. Parker and mrs. Young also gave her a Sil Hinche mrs. Mark Hargrave ver and Crystal Cream and sugar mrs. Paul Warrick mrs Gene set. During the afternoon Bridge and Canasta were played. Mrs. New members welcomed into the group at this meeting were mrs. B. O. Ripley mrs. John a Chiles mrs. Robert s. Abernathy mrs. Lillian Resch mrs. Charles e. Chrosniak and mrs. Sam p Miller. Mrs. Pike and mrs. Mcdonald served As hostesses. Milligan College opens year with reception a Nee the new students attending Milligan College were formally introduced to the faculty Fred a evening at a reception held in hardly Hall. During the evening miss Katie Colbert a freshman from Fairfield 111., entertained with several accordion numbers. Rollie Nagle of Columbus Ohio Sang solos and Jay Cooper of Scranton pa., entertained with piano numbers. Earlier in the week members of the student Council were hosts and hostesses at a party for the freshmen. Kitty Rae Irwin of lock Haven pa., was enrol now i Altaf my i. Heat feathers Beauty so Tooji lit moving call94s Tom still Transfer co. Where she was called by chairman and Frank death of her Mother last week. Hannah jr., of Johnson City was or. F. E. Handy chairman of master of ceremonies. The Wise county schol Board was a business visitor in Wise tuesday. Miss Kay Cornette of Harlan and miss Shirley Cornette of Bristol were week end visitors with their parents or. And mrs. W. D. Cornette. Or. And mrs. Jack Cooper spent tuesday and wednesday in Abingdon va., with mrs. Cooper s Mother who is a patient at the Johnson memorial Hospital. Valerie mrs. Holland Mcdowell of Bris miss Judy Boyd miss Mary Law Tol was a guest recently with or. Son miss Marjorie West. I and mrs. W. L. Mainous. Saturday night a party was in the College gym for All students. The student Council was in charge. In addition to games and music the swimming Pool was open and the freshmen enjoyed their first swim at Mil Ligan. Cozy Wanni smartness you la love the Way our Coats laugh at foul at fair handsome All weather Coats in durable water repellent gabardine Corduroy pattern Corduroy. Smartly tailored in hounds tooth Check velveteen Box plaids and you la find Matching Caps and umbrellas with Many of styles. To charge accounts use our Lay away of file now in our new location at 231 e. Sullivan next to Bridwell packing co Pete Moore specials during shop in Kingsport Days serving the banking requirements of this Community since 1916 the first National Bank member room size bundles each bundle contains enough paper for one room. Some bundles Are Small others Are Large. Each is a bargain. Moore s .1-Sotlh rubberized paint vacuum packed in tins 1 to a customer Maxwell House Coffee while they last la. Free--1-lb. Tin of Maxwell House Coffee free with the Purchase of each gallon of Antifreeze prestone Yerex Zerone Gal. 3 a Quick drying washable Interior finish for wails and Woodwork special for three Days Only regular a Gal. Deep shades a Gal. Kingsport paint wallpaper company thurs fri., sat sept. E. Simmons 500 East Sullivan Street s Points is Browing Bibber and better All nationally known appliances Oft 1ic Iid to Salt Uriu hotpoint be air e Zenith Ria deep freeze f Youngstown automatic dishwasher f r Selling for absolutely free r come in and september 1s-19-20. You e do not have to be present to win. Register at 231 East Sullivan Street. Open until 9 . Pete Moore electrical appliance Center James Larkin manager

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