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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 21, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeOr. And mrs. Charlie f. Crowe were married september 5 at the Home of mrs. Herman Randolf in Elizabethton. Mrs. Crowe who is the former mrs. Virginia l. Johnson chose a Blue faille dress with Blue accessories and a White Gardenia Corsage for the event. Or. Crowe is employed at Jellico wholesale co. In Elizabethton. Women s work Jokki by Gay Pauley new York up planning is As behind the times As rip Winkle says a Home demonstration agent who. Has listened to the complaints of j thousands of Home makers. I Dorothy Stepat of Hunter College s Home economics department said it is High time the nation s builders and architects let women have a voice in planning Homes. Kitchens seem to have the most she said and the living rooms run a close second. The trouble with most kitchens is that men plan them but women Are the ones who have to use or. Stepat a Veteran at Home demonstration work since May has talked to some women at the Bayberry Community new Rochelle n. A. A planned housing development. Her lec Tures have entered on ways to make All phases of housework easier. Closet complaint she said the most common complaint of the women is that they Don t have enough work space. They also complain about the location of electrical outlets about Lack of eating space in the Kitchen about sinks being too Low or if she s a Short woman too High about Lack of storage space generally and never enough for storing foods and equipment used infrequently. Want living rooms More versatile for furniture arrange ment. They want More window area. And More spaciousness. And i be never found a woman yet who said her House had enough the Home economist said that even if the Basic plan of your House in t up to snuff you still can save Many a step. Hers Are some of her suggestions food advice for easier cleaning Wax All window Sills shelves and other surfaces which get heavy use. Keep a Small Box near your laundry area stocked with Sev eral spot removers cloth a sponge and a list of instructions for spot removal. All spot re moving should be done before washing. Use gadgets which make work easier but toss out those not in use. Most women have drawers full of gadgets they never she said. Partition storage drawers or put in utensils so that each has its place and is reached easily. Set up storage shelves in a step arrangement so that items in the rear can be reached easily. Set one time each week to plan All menus for one week. Shop once for the week s need of Staples but take advantage in Between times of the bar gains offered on fruits and vege tables. Try to prepare As much food As possible for the Day right after breakfast. It is cooler to work then and the utensils can be washed along with the breakfast dishes. Or. Stepat believes in Speed ing up cooking by using the wide variety of ready mixes available. She used a cookie mix in one demonstration and All the women in the audience who tasted the results shed and ahead but commented they should tuesday District five nurses banquet. Wednesday lioness dinner and Bridge. Thursday club Bridge break fast 11 reservations. Friday paediatric meeting. Saturday Spaghetti dinner music for dancing. Sunday Buffet. Reservations. today Mon Dat civic auditorium american legion peed auditorium. Great books discussion Corner. Room executive committee county Hep Bli clubs 1 and 2. Frank l. Cloud recreation Center recreation Center activities Douglass recreation Center outdoor . Game. Room 7-9 . Tuesday civic auditorium National guard Drill main auditorium Shower All club rooms. Frank l. Clock recreation Center recreation Center activities class recreation Center . Game room activities 7-9 30. Wednesday civic auditorium wrestling in main auditorium birthday All club rooms. Chess club Corner club room. Frank l. Cloud recreation Center recreation Center activities Douglass recreation Center touch football to 7 . Game room thursday civic auditorium violin lessons auditorium stage. Hooked Rug Corner club room. Teen dance class game room. Frank l. Cloud recreation Center recreation Center activities Douglass recreation Center outdoor to 7 , game room activities Friday civic auditorium Dobyns Bennett football entire bunding. Frank l. Cloud recreation. Center no activities. Douglass recreation Center Tennis . Saturday civic auditorium All Breed doff main auditorium. Douglass recreation Center outdoor activities noon. Kingsport inn monday Exchange club club noon. Optimist club 8 . Pilot club Commerce room-7 . Delta Kappa Gamma teacher sorority . Tuesday club club room Tom at master s Commerce room 8 . Kiwanis dinner for it. Of Kentucky Tennessee Laurel room . Wednesday rotary club noon. Studebaker corporation dinner com Merce room . Thursday civitan club noon. Jaycees club 6 . Friday kiwanis club noon. Saturday Dale Carnegie meeting club room -3 . Sunday Dale Carnegie luncheon Laurel room 1 . Meeting club room 3 . Evening class needs students the evening class in rep bolstering and refinishing old furniture needs More enrollees in order to operate the class director Paul Moore says. This course is designed to help people that desire to refinish and re upholster old furniture that has taken on that old unpleasant look and is not giving the service that it should. Adults desiring to work at such a project can attend the classes for two hours on each thursday from 7 to 9 . The class will run for 12 weeks. Anyone interested should Tele phone 3664 or report to shop a Dobyns Bennett High school thursday at 7 . To Register. Be Good you re a Home econ they All laughed told them i d done nothing but Fol Low the directions on the she said. Nothing faster for headache Relief when you "be1 headache tablets or powders for bag headaches you get extra fait Relief. You get a special combination of medically tested and medically proved ingredients. In combination As in these Quick dissolving fast acting ingredients Are remark ably elect re far to than any Weld the greater effectiveness of several time tested ingredients working to Gether is most important when you want to relieve headaches neuralgia pains minor muscular aches or functional periodic pains. Buy by headache tablets or powders today. By powders to Tab lets Loc 2jc Aad it get week s club events monday Morrison Chapel Young adults . At the Church for potluck supper or. E. E. Wiley it. Guest speaker. Circle 11 of first presbyterian Clerch 8 . In the ladles parlor. Town and Conoy Garden Tab p. With mrs. Mel tin Martin 1549 Carolina mrs. Robert Rau guest speaker. St. Dominic s Pat first an Nual meeting at m., a get acquainted party for the entire family. League of women voters Community action workshop with mrs. E. B. Lament St., at p. This meeting is primarily intended As an alternative to the luncheon. It will be a planning and activities pro Gram. Tuesday night circles wms first Baptist Church at the Church p. Wesley Fellowship group or. And mrs. Earl Rutledge 518 Fairview Avenue p. Major Frank Phipps chapter cd 2 p. At Kingsport utilities mrs. O. F. Barnes and mrs. Ivan Cox hostesses mrs. Clyde Groseclose program chairman. Musical program 8 p. At Indian Springs school presented by Stanley Brothers of Bristol sponsored by Pat. Dickson school Pat at p. Jackson homeroom mothers 2 . In the school cafeteria with mrs. H. Duffer chairman. It. Robinson Pat p. M., preceded by executive Board at Green thumb Garden club 8 p. With mrs. Howard Hick am Bright Ridge drive mrs. Mitchell Prince assisting hostess mrs. N. A. Steadman speaker on dried Junior High Pat go to school p. In the school auditorium. No executive meeting. Orientation class for new a time members of women s auxiliary of Hych . In the Hospital fourth floor conference room. Reception for Shoemaker teachers p. In the Fel-1 lows hip Hall of Gate City meth i Odist Church. Wednesday Litz Manor Pat at the school p. Women s Council of first Christian Church for Cov ered dish luncheon and regular business meeting. Sunnyside Baptist Church wms a. For All Day meeting members reminded to bring covered dish. Woodrow hoc p. With mrs. De Nickels. Fall Branch Pat 2 . In the school auditorium. Thursday Litz Manor Home demonstration club at the Home of mrs. Earl Williams 137 Warpath drive . Hunt memorial class Broad Street Church class party at the Church. P. Group no. 4 hostesses. House and Garden club at the Floe Reed enters College Appalachia social events Are listed Shower Dorothy Shanks who will become the Bride of Robert Eugene Smith in late october was complimented at a China Crystal Shower Given at the Borden Mills clubhouse on Pine Street. Miss Shanks Center is pictured with her hostesses miss Beth Osborne left and miss Bettyjo Shanks. The honoree was presented the Creamer and sugar in her chosen China pattern by the hostesses. W women of holy Trinity lutheran Church joint quarterly meeting p. In social j rooms of the Church. Miss Mary i Thompson will review the Sil ver Paauw Book review study group 8 p. With mrs. Lee g. Exports decline it farm Davy High 1532 be Meade Conquest by drive. James Ramsey human will be reviewed. Oes social club 1 p. For annual luncheon followed by business meeting at masonic Hall. For reservations Call 426 of 2994. Kingsport Book club 3 p. With mrs. Frank Kelly Yadkin Street. Members Are reminded to bring or Send All books. Friday medical doctors wives ., with mrs. E. W. Tipton sr., 1204 Watauga St., mrs. J. V. Hodge and mrs. G. G. Keener As sisting hostesses. Saturday Young people of Golda memo rial methodist Church sponsor a Buffet supper at the fellow ship Hall p. Ladies missionary society first Church of god rummage Sale in the old Little store building five Points 9 a. Washington the agriculture department says farm prices Are Down and farm sur pluses Are up because of a big clicking. Children s Day Nashville this was children s Day at the Tennessee state fair Here and thou Sands of Gay youngsters some Young some not so Young were expected to keep the turnstiles postwar decline in the amount of u. A. Farm goods sold abroad. The department reported yesterday that farm exports during the year which ended july 1 totalled in 30 per cent below the preceding year and 20 per cent below the average of the past five years. The report said the Export de a while Domestic con i sumption was High and produc-1 Tion was a record level. Mrs. Vesey Dies Memphis up mrs. John Vesey wife of the chairman of the Memphis Park commission died last night. She was hospitalized six weeks ago after a fall. The colourful event which be Gan today and continues through saturday will feature horse shows exhibits automobile and motorcycle races and of course Kings tort monday september 21, 195s 5 Appala Jha a spa mrs. The Rev. And mrs. Paul Oess Clyde Bishop of Kingsport and . C. Blakemore of Appala Chia accompanied miss Hoe Reed to va., wednesday where miss Reed entered Blue Field College. Or. And mrs. S. O recce spent the week end with or. And mrs. Bishop in Kings port. . B. Child of Tacoma spent with her Jitter mrs. Fritz Kleineick. Garland Blakemore of Jones Ville visited his brother e. C. Blakemore and mrs. Blakemore tuesday. Miles Kleineick is in Hunting ton y. Va., this week on Busi Ness. Charles Hale or. Went to Roa Noke thursday on business. Mrs. Hale went with him As far As Kingsport and remained there with her sister mrs. Lester Elliott until his return. Miss Margie Midkiff spent the past two weeks in Washington and Alexandria a. In washing ton she visited or. And mrs. F. L. Morton and son and in Alexan Dria miss Ann Parker formerly of Appalachia. Or. And mrs. Jack Kibler had As their guest Harold Preston of Richlands a. Or. And mrs f. E. Handy accompanied their daughter Caro line to Williamsburg va., tues Day where she will enter William and Mary College for her Junior year. Or. And mrs. Handy will also visit friends in Richmond. Mrs. Dave Isaac and son Bob by visited relatives in Chicago last week. Or. And mrs. Owen Maddox or. Have returned from a visit with relatives and friends in Owensboro and Lexington by. Or. And mrs. Howard Thomas and Beverly and Danny of Louisville ky., spent the week end with or. And mrs. George Bullar and sons. Or. And mrs. R. C. Holt visited mrs. Holt s sister mrs. J. W. Ken Nedy and or. Kennedy in Bris Tol for the week Encl miss Carol Ann Bray Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. . Bray left sunday to enter Sullins col lege. Walter Barton son of or. And mrs. W. B. Barton of Stonega entered Roanoke business col and son of jewel Ridge. Va., were luncheon guests of in and mrs. Jack Kibler last thursday., George Myers student at Emory and Henry College spent last week end with his parents or. And mrs. Howard Myers. Miss Beverly Bray of Norton visited her patents or. And mrs. R. C. Bray sunday. Miss Doris Stout of Kingsport is spending her vacation with her parents or. And mrs. W. C. Stout on Spruce Street. A. Munsey returned sunday from Knoxville where he has been a patient at fort Sanders Hospital the past two weeks. Mrs. Irene Scott returned to her Home in Louisville ky., sat urday after spending the sum Mer with her daughter mrs. B. H. Crizer. Or. And mrs. Crizer accompanied her Home for the week end. Mrs. Ben Newton had As her sunday guests or. And mrs. Fleenor miss Dorothy Newton and miss Ethyl Newton mrs. Claude Mcelroy of Bristol va., or. And mrs. Jim Hickman and sons Jimmie and Scottie of Norton and Roy Clyde Newton of Las cruses n. Or. And mrs. A. L. Crockett moved last week to Rogersville where they will make their Home. Or. Crockett has accepted a position with Tva. Or. And mrs. Wayne Collier visited friends and relatives in Kingsport sunday. Or. And mrs. Wiley Collins had As their dinner guest sunday miss Nancy Hicks a teacher in the state Extension school of Johnson City located in big Stone Gap. Sgt. Jim Horn of Galax va., spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Ray Horn. Or. And mrs. Karl Grogan and daughters mrs. C. A. Bundrant and Jim Bundrant were visiting in Benham and Cumberland ky., last saturday. The always exciting Midway. Lege last week. Do false Teeth Rock or slip pa8tbeth. U a Prond to in rankled on Apper or Lawn pm Tom Talm Teeth Mon firmly in place. Do not ill or rack. No Rummy footy. Party or of Mun. Pa8 Smth a Ileal he Don old Lotow not breath store Cheeky Phil pact it Druc 2-Mtax a Khz for dry eczema itch when itching due to Lack of natural skin oils Resinol ointment gives Quick Relief. Rick in it toxin. It oils and softens dry skin As its six Medican soothe fiery itching. Relief that brings Long lasting Comfort. Dry your clothes indoors new be custom dryer now you can forget the was Day heavy Wash Day clothes baskets. New general electric custom automatic dryer quickly dries out your whole Wash bet Ter than Sunshine. Kew Yiv. In time and temperature a Emif Telkamp actually clothes Are gently control adjust heat to freshen your Elo thei tumbled through warm Nylon Cotton woolens leaves them Freih and clean air. Come out soft fabric. On to clean. And Fluffy dry. roof it pc cd not an circuits. Normal installation of added Cost accrue dryer Only no Money Down free service tire store 210 e. Center phone 3330 Fly Piedmont convenient1 one plane service to for profit. Pleasure. Punctuality flights daily from Tri City Airport r Norfolk Richmond Cincinnati Louisville Wilmington Fayetteville Charlotte Asheville Hendersonville Winston Salem Knoxville convenient connecting service to Washington new York Nashville in. Tri City 8 . A. A. New a. . Also convenient connections to Boston St. Louis o Kansas City Chattanooga Atlanta o Memphis o Dallas o fort Worth new Orleans o Birmingham o Chicago o los Angeles o san Francisco o Seattle for reservations information Call 1540 or your Munes

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