The c f.fh!" Tirnes News For Women Pqg* FIvÂ« Sunday, November 22, 1970 MRS. ORPHA BAKER, Society Editor Personals Engagement* Weddings ; ,, Fashions Kinky Knits Are Big Â·Â·Â·Â·'Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â»*Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â· i Designer Liesbeth Potter of Match II knows^hat the new beat of the youth mar- ket is toward kinky knits. Her gutsy tweed 'knits and soft plushy velours are a trend destined for fashion fame. The excitement starts with a dash of salt and pepper. Krjit turtle and pants (left) make their own fashion statement. The top is long and lean, the pants straight and full. In p l u s h chenille, zigzag shirt (right) with an easy, tailored look, matches t w e e d y knit chenille pants. Country Socials ' IDA HILL MEADOW CREEK Roscoe Sharp is in the hospital at Lexington where he is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnson of Cincinnati spent the weekend hsre, v "ith their parents. Bill Smith and Eddie Smith of Emyln were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Keith Thursday night. '' M r j and Mrs. Leander McKeehan sold their farm and home to Mr. and Mrs. Cager Hubbs and purchased a home in Corbin. Miss ' Sharon Warfield of Berea College visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Warfield Saturday night. Homemakers Meet Milt Sat. and Sun. The Suburban Homemakers Club met Tuesday, November 10, at 1 p.m. at the Corbin Public Library. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Margie White. The roll call was given by the secretary, Mrs. Luey Lacy. The Devotional "Thank- fulness" was given by Mrs. Carolyn Robbins. She read several' verses 'from, Psalms ,47 and also Ephesians 5:20.,, ..., k Â·Mrs. .Lois Disney was in charge of the program on "Christmas Ideas.", She ex- plained how many different items could be made. for Christmas gifts without a great deal of expense. She also demonstrated how an attractive rain bonnet could be made from plastic and net trimmed with bias tape. Each member was asked to bring a gift they had made for a "Show and Tell" program. Among the items shown were, tree ornaments, Vcandles, wreathes, centerpieces, set of three choir girls, tapiary tree and Christmas tree made from candy; also a container of boxwood completely decorated The December meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Julie Collins on E. Main street. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Dona Holt and Mrs. Pauline Setser, to Mesdames Lois Disney, Carolyn Robbins, Julie Collins, Lucy -Lacy, 1 Marie Mullins, Margie'' White^Maj^ie White, Irene Wren'and'Nancy Davis. Pararppunl Pictures Prcsenis * William Castle PRODUCTION Rosemary's Baby Technicolor A Pa/amouni Picture SMA medium cool . -fi FRI AND SAT NITE 12 P.M. ONLY "YES" technicolor i paramount picture BOTH RATED R POSTIVELY NO ONE UNDER 18 WILL BE ADMITTED BRING PROOF OF AGE. ALL SEATS $1.50 HIPPODROME UN-KENTUCKY LAST TIMES TODAY .Cowboys Calico Co.-Company Killers SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY "A funny and frightening film! A campy comedy! Devastating!" Birthday Celebration Mrs. Martha Smith en- tertained with a birthday dinner Sunday, November 15, honoring her mother who will be 94 years old November 18. Those attending were her four children, Mrs. Ellen Smith, Henry Frost, Jim Frost and Mrs. Martha Smith; others attending were Kathleen Smith, David Johnson, Wanda John- son, Barbara Ann Root, Bobby Sprinkles, Mary Lou Sprinkles, Fred Smith Jr., Marie Smith Marve Smith, Fount Root, Marie Root, Maggie Root, Jimmy Smith, Criss Smith, Joann Sprinkles, Charles Sprinkles, Kelly Sprinkles, Foyster Johnson, Ethel Johnson, Fayetta Johnson, Phillip Johnson, Eddie Charles Johnson, Clifford Disney, J.D. Smith, Shirley Smith, Freddie Smith, Terry Smith, Eddie Smith, Ricky Smith, Tammy Smith, Clifford Smith, Bess Smith, Billy Ray Smith, Ronnie Mills, Linda Mills, Donna Mills, Missa Mills, Bethel' Frost, Johnny Wagers, Nannie Wagers; other calling in the afternoon were Pat Overbay, Glenn Johnson and Rev. and Mrs. Damon Helton. Personals Mrs.. Ida Richardson is recuperating at the SEK Baptist Hospital after having surgery. i ' ' Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mabry visited their daughter, Cheryl In Louisville during the past week. Charlie Brown of 17th street is ill in the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington. Mrs. Stephen Bishop and son, John, left Saturday by plane to Texas to visit her son, Dennis Pickard. Mrs. Jack Sutton spent last week visiting her daughters, Mrs. Marc Burgher and Mrs. John Weatherly in Indiana. Mrs. Gladys Blankenship has returned home after a visit with her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Davis have returned home from visiting with Mrs. G. T. Smith and Mrs. Clyde Lowry in Winchester, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arvln in Lexington. While in Winchester, Mrs. Davis attended a two day conference of the Women's Society of Christian Service and the Wesleyan Service Guild of the United Methodist Church. Mrs. G. D. Berry from the First United Methodist Church also attended the conference. Â· Corbin Garden Club Convenes At Yeary's Mrs. C. D. Lawson, Mrs. J. E. Parker, and Mrs. H. M. Sutton were the , hostesses for the regular meeting of the Corbin Garden Club which was held at Yeary's Restaurant. Mrs. R. A. Blair read the club collect. The program was given by Mrs. C. G. O'Neil and Mrs. M. C. Myers. Mrs. O'Neil subject was 'STARS" and she recalled the many times they were mentioned in the Bible from the Mrs. Helton Is Hostess Circle II of the First Christian Church met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. W. Helton on South Main street. Mrs, Raymond Ohler, Chairman, called the meeting to order. A prayer was given . mrs. W. M. Buttermore read the minutes of the October meeting. Calls, Cards and devotionals were given in. A treasurer's report' was given. In the business, an announcement was made that family night will be Wednesday, December 2 and the CWF will meet Wednesday, December 9. , i ,, I Mrs. Keith. P.,Smith,was, the/ program chairman .for,,.the ,month. The"topic for the year, is "The Christian's Response for Change." The theme was "In Search of a Christian Per- spective." A devotional was given, "Mission Koinonia." The scripture was read from I John 1:3-7; 4:7-11; 20, 21. Meditation was in "Where Tomorrow Struggles to be Born" Doinonla involves spiritual depth, loving intimacy and intense zeal far beyond casual association. A dessert course was served to the following: Mesdames Myrtle Rookark, Bert Riddell, Raymond Ohler, John L. Crawford, John Hammons, Keith P. Smith, W. M. But- termore, Harold Barton, Jammons, Keith P. Smith, W. M. Buttermore, Harold Barton, James O. Crawford, W. H. Branaman, Sr., Karl VonGruenigen and guest, Mrs. Bob Gabhart and daughter, Traci. WORLD ALMAMC FACTS account of their creation to the guiding star which led to Jesus, "The bright and morning star." Mrs. Myers had prepared arrangements depicting winter wonderlands and Christman themes. Mrs. O'Neil read a memorial poem in remembrance of a deceased member, Mrs. Leroy Saylor. Mrs. J. 0. Crawford, President, conducted the regular business. The club voted to do Christmas decorating at the public library, and to sponsor,again the out- door-indoor decorations in the community. A dinner meeting was planned for December 11, at Howard Johnson's to which husbands will be invited. Also, plans were made for an alumni tea to be at the home of Mrs. Hiram Begley on December 20. Members present were Mesdames: R. A. Blair, Clyde Brown, G. W. Campbell, I. 0. Chitwood, J. 0. Crawford, R. B. Gabbard, Frank Giesd, J. W. Gover, Sr. Oscar Herren, C. D. Lawson, M. C. Myers C. G. O'Neil, J. E. Parker, U. H. Pope, Robert Sharp, Keith P. Smith, C. C. Ray, R. L. Smith, H. M. Sutton, Ed Wilder, Ernest Williams, and 1 Ler.Wyrick. ' Wedding Anniversaries May the sun be always shining And the light of all the stars On your anniversary highways That no shadow dims nor mars. November 21 Mr. and Mrs; Gearl Pen- nington (fourteenth) Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Dotson (eleventh) November 22 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gatliff (thirteenth) Mr. and Mrs. George Ham- mons Jr (eleventh) Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Phillips (twenty-fifth) Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Blankenship (fifty-first) considered the greatest biog- ' Cl Â» le .s Easter Island, has raphy of modern times. " ug statues o f u n - AT HALL-WATSON'S "Elegant Newlbles Birthday Greetings November 21 Joetta Harbin Mrs. Hazel Troutman Mary Durham Dorothea Hunter Roy Bunch T. K. Parks November 22 Robbie Katheryn Baker Arvilla Martin Dan-ell Rhodes Randolph Stivers L A DIVISION OF BROYHILL FURNITURE INDUSTRIES-j Â·BB beautiful EARLY AMERICAN in solid maple. 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