Kingsport Times from Kingsport, Tennessee on March 12, 1928 · 6
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Kingsport Times from Kingsport, Tennessee · 6

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s 3Ilr HCmgsjinrf: (Limes MONDAY MARCH 12 1928 PAGE SIX t SOCIETY EDITOR'S HOURS 8:00 to 11:00 a m and 12:30 to 4:00 p m Saturday: 1:00 to 9:00 p m PHONE 136 Newt received after il:00 a m will not be published until the following day If you have friends visiting you: it you are going away or coming home or if you have any other social news kindly write or telephone this department It will be highly ap predated All items sent in must bear the signature of the sender: otherwise they will not be published No marriage announcements or engagements will be re ceived over the telephone j From a Scrap Book WOOD SONG (Sara Teasdale) I heard a wood thrush in the dusk Twirl three notes and make a star : My heart that walked with bitterness Came back from very far s Three shining notes we’e all he had And yet they made a starry "v call — I caught life back against my - breast And kissed it scars and all BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Mr and Mrs J W Archer announce the birth of a baby girl Wednesday March 7 at their home on Minton streets The baby has been named Gladys Lee OK "birth announcement JVIr and Mrs H K Jayne of the Bristol Boulevard announce the birth of twin girls at the Riverview Hospital on Saturday morning The babies have not yet been named 1 i ROBERT E LEE P T A TO MEET TUESDAY -The Parent-Teacher Association of the Robert ET Lee school will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3:15 inthe school building All the mothers are urged to attend T E L CLASS TO HAVE BUSINESS MEETING The regular monthly business meeting of the T E L Class of the First Baptist Sunday school will be held Tuesday evening at 7:30 o’clock at the home of Mrs McConnell in Sevier Terrrce v COTERIE CLUB ENTERTAINED FRIDAY The members of the Coterie Club were entertained at the home of Mr Bill Moore at Sur-goinsville Friday night A large number of the club members and their guests motored to th'e home of Mr Moore wherethe evening was pleasantly spent-tn dancing Near the close of the evening delicious refreshments were served FIRST METHODIST AID TO MEET The circles of the Ladies Aid of the First Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o’clock in the following homes: Circle No 1 with Mrs B C Speers on Sevier street Circle No 3 with Mrs F F Shetterly on Watauga street I Circle No 4 with Mrs J V Hodge on Wanola street Circle No 5 with Mrs Raymond Fisher in Sevier Terrace DOBYNS-BENNETT P T A TO MEET TOMORROW The regular meeting of the Dobyns - Bennett Parent-Teacher Association will be held in the schooL building tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o’clock At 3 o’clock and executive meeting will be held in the miisic room Miss Masengill’s domestic art pupils will put on a fashion show at the regular meeting all of the models shown being made by the pupils Strand Theatre Today and Tomorrow — John Gilbert and Greta Gar bo in “LOVE” Here i the film event of the year Rialto Theatre Tonight and Tomorrohv — Ramon Novarro in “A Lover’s Oath” With Kathleen Key Coming — - Wednesday and Thursday— g “Motherhood? All the parents are urged to attend as this promises to be a most interesting meeting PERSONALS ' Miss Thelma Tilleys spent the week end with relatives in Knoxville Miss Norah Harrison is ill with influenza at her home on Ravine street Mr and Mrs Lou Kupperwere week end guests of friends in Bristol Mr Henderson Horsley was visiting friends in Maryville Tenn on Sunday $ Mr and Mrs W K Nelms and family motored to Bristol' Sunday afternoon Miss Anna Lee Moore of Hill- crest was the week end guest of Miss Mary Barger Little John Pyle is improving following a serious illness of several weeks with pneumonia v Messrs Paul Moore and Tom Long Knoxville were guests of friends in the city yesterdya Mr and Mrs John Moore and son Marion were week end guests of relatives in Blountville Mr David Tittsworth of Gate City was the guest of his sister Mrs Guy Culbertson on Broad street yesterday Miss Esther Royer is improving following an illness of several days at the home of her parents on Wanola street Mr and Mrs M D Buchanan and children of Bristol were visiting Mr and Mrs J Q Vicars over the week end Mr Paul Bailey spent the week end in Baileyton Tenn visiting his brother who is seriously ill at his home there Mr" and Mrs Carl Motes and children of the Bloomingdale pike were visiting her sister Mrs Ford in Bristol yesterday Mr and Mrs Henry Bandy and daughter of Norton Va were week end guests of Mrs S J Bandy on Charlemont street Mrs W D Kenner of Rogers-ville was the week end guest of her daughter Mrs J C Price and Mr Price in White City Mrs Charles E Wilson and daughters have returned from Trammel Va where they were guests of relatives over the week end Takes Out Dirt Without Hard Rubbing -Adds Luster to Linen One-fourth cake of “Standard” Parowax shaved into the washboiler with your clothes quickly releases the dirt— without necessity for hard rubbing — and makes ’the clothes look cleaner and whiter - Mixing a teaspoonful of hot Parowax with J£-pound of hot starch gives smoothness and lus-' ter to linen and makes it easier to iron Occasionally rub Parowax — wrapped in gauze— over your irons to prevent rusting A carton— 4 big sticks— for 15c- At your dealers STANDARD oil company OF LOUISIANA n Mrs E M Lynch and children Mat an dJTerine were gu ests yesterday Lynch's aunt Mrs Hessnaster of Rogersivllfi " Mr” and Mrs J Frank Nelson and little son and Mrs ! J C Stephenson spent the week end with Mr and Mrs Lane in Gate City T Mrs E M Lynch is spending today in Bristol the guest of Miss Amelie Preston They will attend Society Day at the Hotel Bristol Mrs Malcolm Morrison and Mrs Napoleon Bond are attending Society Day in Britol today being the guests of Mrs Frank Groseclose RevC W Dean pastor of the' Broad Street Methodist church who has been ill for some time at the Manor on Watauga street s improving Mrs Josie Dodd Mr and Mrs Roy Jones and mother Mrs Jones of Bristol were guests of Mr and Mrs John Pyle in Old Kingsport Sunday Miss Betty Hedge teacher in the Dobyns-Bennett high school spent the week end at her home in Maryville Tenn Miss Lucille Crowder was her guest on Sunday Mrs R W Pannell and son Winston left Friday for Mel bourne Fla where they will visit for several weeks with Mrs Pannell’s parents Mr and Mrs' Slusher Little Oneida Brown had her tonsils removed at the Riverview Hospital this morning and was removed to the home of her parents this afternoon where she is recovering nicely Silk Sto citings Have stockings in the very newest shades your old or faded stockings given any tint in t)i8 rainbow in five minutes with fifteen cents worth of Diamond Dyes! But use dyes not synthetic tints And be sure they’re true dyes Try a pair tonight! Use Diamond Dyes and no one will dream they were tinted at home And you can do real dyeing with just as perfect results if you will just use the true Diamond Dyes FREE: Why not ask your druggist for the useful Diamond Dye Cyclopedia? 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