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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 23, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeMrs. Hewitt hostess Beatrice fair fax sgt to Garden Guild meet get angry try to Guild met teens action evening in the Home of mrs. George on Chestnut Ridge. I following mrs. Ewin and William Freehold Book club speaker College friends fete Bride elect luncheon William p. Freehoff editor of the Kingsport news was guest miss Celia Smith and miss Bren speaker at the Kingsport Junior a Gourde entertained recently at me business meeting j dear miss Fairfax car accounts for her present be Book club meeting at the Home the Moerdel Home for miss Betty Greene. Gave an inter pod almost two years i be been Havior. How about working Aiter of mrs. R. M. Brown jr., on Lin Mcglaughon. All three were Stu _ informative talk on Komg with a girl who is 14 and and Gratis Ville Dew at Salem perennials from 1 am 6. Rally enough Money to get using As his topic dialects of Salem. North Carolina last Vear mis. Uie ene explained that crat every time 1 go somewhere with yourself a secondhand Job even the Southern or. Where miss Mcglauhon was a h cation Ini producing Young plants Iller and we run across tally by the Lime you be got it Freehoff pointed out Many of the member of the graduate class. The i Worth the Effort whether it of she May be ready to come Back and expressions used a this College colors White and Gold raising them from purchased one rets a Jill nem fun of naw respect for you Section can be traced to shake were used in Floral arrangements seeds or by the various methods go to a you showed such and Chaucer an English As As in the delicious two of propagating from Stock plants j regular hangout then All the kids a Oarn the for a used literature examples to course luncheon menu. The Host the first essential is a fairly i r hang around with Lauh at in and of vent u s not to illustrate his talk. Esses gift to the Bride to be was Meir died Iii no too fully spending All my Money on her your r a Reship t you get or. Freehoff was introduced chop plate in her casual China posed to the Sun. But certainly not i think she goes with them because Imad and Ner of bad Man-1 mrs. George Moss program chair those present were miss Mau in the she said. A seed have a car and i Don t a Inal sort of . Green Ryan miss Peggy von Bra should be deeply dug and the sur we. V Muen Beller to build up. The newly elected president Mer. Miss Joanne Steadman. Face soil must be finely Josepn x. Some friendships of your . Preston Taylor presided Over mrs. Marion Wilhauck mrs. Jerry a Light soil is Ideal. I dear Joseph be sensitive u Short business session. Stone mrs. J. G. , mrs. With purchased seeds Spring Don t you think perhaps you re i by smart mrs. Joe a. Tipton assisted mrs. P. L. Basinger or. Mrs. W. A. Sowing is generally Best because expecting too much of a girl miss Fairfa one rarely procures seeds newer i4 years old after All. You began procures seeds newer than those of the previous year s Harvest. All but a Small minority a considerable amount of germinating vigor after a few months according to mrs. Brown As hostess. Going with her when she was Only i pm troubled girl of 12, so you have probably been the one boy in her life up till now it s there is a boy i used to know Only natural for her. As she grows Luite Well and liked very much big one got away from h. W. Of storing. Greene. Seeds May be either sprinkled broadcast Over a or sown in Regula either Case thick sowing i juju it b avoided. In transplanting never1 older to want to broaden her m afraid i made that a Little provable fish Story Mason City Iowa Tel the Swanson of Mason City but he has a Quaintance with boys even if obvious to him. I got Over my receipt to prove just How big it by going off with her girl friends infatuation for him and we still Swanson had a Good strike while the another fishing in Clear Lake but the fish space of ground and their dates she s it in pretty Good friends a rows but Zalner rude inv. Of course but he is now going wit to win should Brishc s enough to and this new girl for Lacy. Miss Mcglaughon and her Mother. Mrs. Frank e. Mcglaughon. The hostesses were assisted in serving by their mrs. E. P. Smith and mrs. Karl goer Del. Lucky Sale new Haven. Conn. Revillini Auto parts dealer was awakened at . By an apol of his broke away. On his line remained Getic customer who needed a i annoys me by asking me in the a Small Metal jaw tag. It had been my opinion is that you d be Wiser presence of other girls and placed on a spawning Walleye in truck tire right away. Revillini got to his store just in time to scare not to reproach her. Or try to this is Embar i april 1953 by Iowa state College off a gang burglars. They left her feel. That she is doing something Wassink to me As she is trying to biologists who say the fish is now a behind Worth of Auto parts Bury the Crown or Center of Leaf growth of a seedling below the soil. The soil must be gently and evenly pressed against the roots until m off As she be the impression that i Over 20 inches Long and that they had stuffed into nine Plant feels firm the speaker understand weighs about three pounds. Burlap bags. Eluded every girl in her Early teens and what answer would you advise members of the club brought in her ate teens wants me to give he . Ran sements in various shades of a to have a lot of thursday. September 23, 1954 Kingsport times 9 gospel singing concert at Lynn View High auditorium sept. 24th, 8 . Aun and featuring Eastland Harmony quartet adults. Students children. 50c sponsored by your Optimist club of Lynn Garden Lynn View quartet Hensley Baker Mcconnell s grocery deliver 1225 Gate City Highway Dalton s Floral Dalton s Block co. W. H. Jenkins ins. Agency 1071 Lynn Garden drive Lynn Garden hardware general i due. Furniture 4 elec. 1113 Gate City Highway Lynn Garden fruit news Sam Suiter owner Lackey s Block co. Concrete examples of Quality one color. And new experiences before she Novor rave Thi Pirl he the meet in Date of the club has to go steady. On your Tion of Steink her Side you doubtless want to no embarrasses von. When right now. But if. As seems. Been changed to the second Mon Day of the month. P Case he How s just inns we she is a bit tired of inv like Tiv and my just one Hoy fiend and prob finer Thiu will nol on c Fllch fun pfc if her that of re not Senri in j u1uu Lac ill May also give thursday Liti Manor Pat Call meeting p. M. At school. . Book review Section at 8 p. M. With mrs. W. Klinton Arnold. 1424 Bright Ridge or. Miss Lois Bennett to review the Hea Why by Woodham Smith. Kingsport Book club 3 p. M. With mrs. J. Fred Johnson Watauga Street. Bell Ridge i to at p. M. With executive Board meeting at 2 p. M. Oes social club. P. M. For him Al luncheon at masonic Hall. Perei Mial Garden club with mrs. Howard Hale members reminded to bring an All Green arrangement. Rebekah Lodge 17, 7 p. M. At Lodge Hall. Lite Manor hi1c, p. M. With mrs. J. E. Smith. 2548 it. Henry drive. The Kingsport business and professional women s club meeting time changes to 7 . At the Kingsport utilities. Important Busi Ness meeting concerning business women s week. Will adjourn to attend the health forum on Cen cer at 8 o clock at the civic auditorium. Singing services will be held at Parsons memorial methodist Church at . Thursday. Friday ice Cream supper 7 . At Ross Camp ground school Public invited. Medical doctors wives club . With mrs. Harold von Bramer. Be Meade drive mrs. Jim Brown hostess. Striny music program sponsored by Indian Springs Pat 3 . At school. Rummage Sale sponsored by St. Dominic s Guild 12 noon to 3 . At five Points. Co. Pat to hold study course at Blountville High mrs. Homer Abbott and mrs. M. Reed members of the state Board for the Tennessee Congress of parents and teachers will con duct a school of instruction and j study courses on the manual for the Sullivan county Council in Blountville Friday. The meeting will be held in the auditorium of Blountville High school from 10 . Until 2 . Each local group is urged have committee chairmen attend As the groups will be divided headed by the Council chairmen. Members Are asked to bring their own lunches. Making it the cause for a quarrel her something to think about Ner wondering if you re seeing him if you think that your Lack of a too Moskin s fri., sat. New fall clothes on credit fall dresses All styles. 7.98 up ladies suits Coats 19.50 up. Men s suits Coats 39.50 up a Complete selection of finest clothing for boys girls n Kingsport 137 Broad Street no charge for credit Low fall prices now in effect on of used cars v sold Only by an authorized Chevrolet dealer Latimer Looney Chevrolet inc. Sullivan Street dial cd 6-4111 i free Sonners while they last in Kingsport it s your appreciation of Kress Quality value and service that makes this anniversary possible the Many times you be shopped at Kress for All your daily needs your enthusiasm for merchandise that brings you the most in Eye Appeal and Utility at the lowest prices. It s your Celebration As much As ours. We Hope you la join us Sale starts Friday sept. 24th ladies ladies Heads Siares i sheer nylons handbags silk crepe 29" x 23" u v v Chenille rugs 79o reversible. 6 colors fatigue Mats 69c 18" x Reg. 1.49 value 26-quart waste Basket 69c regular 1.29 value first Quality Hose 51 gauge 15 denier new fall shades. Pairs assorted styles and colors. Reg. 1.98 value ladies 89c Billfold regular 59c in Tel value men s Billfold 29c regular 59c Angel cake pan 79c aluminium. With legs and removable Bottom. 3-pc. Mixing bowl set 29c sizes Crystal stainless steel tableware Loc knives Forks spoons. Regular 29c value. Jade Ite starter set hair Nylon. Blue Crystal Rose. Reg. 49c value Birdseye diapers 1.59 first Quality. Regular 1.98 value infants Flannelette gowns Kimonos six color combinations. Regular 49c value receiving blankets 26" x five color combinations. Crib blankets 36" x regular 1.98 value. Hurricane lamps 1.98 hand decorated. Regular 2.98 value. Venetian blinds 1.98 baked enamel finish Bon derived Metal slats. 24" to 36" Long. White framed pictures 59c 12 x fifty assorted subjects. Regular 98c value. Boys Denim dungarees 98c sizes 2 to 1.49 value. Cotta dress remnants 25o a wide variety of patterns and solid colors. Cannon Bath towels 44c thick and thirsty. Heavy weight towels in assorted colors. 220 Broad Street

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