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Kingsport Times-News from Kingsport, Tennessee • 24

Kingsport, Tennessee
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Ai S'- Art ivion rvi rrrr rl orri rr -rv Sunday July 20 1952 a a- rrrr 'i KINGSPORT TIMES-NEWS edding OfEmogene Burchette AndP Kindle Is Announced 'WTO iT Gunnings Families 4 S' Entertain Guests GUNNINGS July 19 fSpUMrl and Mrs Booker and family of Kingsport and Dyks of RogersviUe were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Goad Sunday 5 Miss -Mildred Gray Mrs Gray and Herbert Gray of Stone Ky were recent guests of Mr hnd Mrs -Clifton York and Miss Sue York Mr and Mrs- Bond spent Sunday with Dr and Mrs -Gillenwater and Mrs-f Gil-lenwater at Rye Cove Va Mr and Mrs Sebert Handy and -family of Blountville have moved to the Mills Farm Mr and Mrs Paul Erwin and family of Mills Jennie Va were week-end guests of Miss Nellie Erwin Miss May Erwin and Glen Erwin s-c i-i ss vv'''(kSSS5k IK: -vi f-iC" 4 -V? Vvi I-' 'o' sv -V i 5 Youth Caravan Is 7 4 o' Highlight Of Wek At Coeburn Church 4 COEBURN July 19 (Spl) A Youth Caravan is the weeks highlight at Coeburn Methodist Church Opening Sunday the services will continue through Saturday Five young people from surrounding states will Instruct Intermediates and youths in work play study and worship They are: Margaret Allen Rockingham Carol Platt Forth Kansas City Mo Dale Sherrod Sandersville Miss Gay Hannah Buford Ga and Mildred Thompson Knoxville Term Sunday night will feature a supper served by the MYF while Esther Bond Circle will serve supper Monday evening on the lawn of the A A Johnson home The Tuesday meal will be provided by Susan Ashworth Circle and Elizabeth Carico Circle will serve Wednesdays supper Youth Fellowship Class of the Methodist Church held its annual picnic at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Hilton There were 20 members and two visitors present Lit Manor WMS Has July Program 1 Mrs Harold Polk president of the WMS of the 1 Litz Manor Baptist Church presided over the July meeting held at the church America" was the opening song and Harold Polk pastor of the Litz Manor Baptist Church led the singing Mr Polk sang a solo "America The Beautiful The devotional thought What Doth The Lord Require was pre sented by Mrs Burl McCosh program chairman Liberty and Justice for All was the program theme Those taking part in the program and the topics they presented were: "Liberty and Justice for All by Mrs Polk Can This Be Southern The marriage of Emogene Mae Burchette of Indian Springs and Paul Luther Kindle 4 Kingsport was performed June 22 at 2 pm at The Church of God Chestnut Street She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Edgar Burchette Indian Springs The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Luther1 Kindle Kingsport Baskets of white and pink gladioli and palm trees decorated the church The Rev Clyde Caraway performed the ceremony Miss Helen Winegar provided the music The bride wore a blue lace dress with matching blue lace hat She carried a white Bible topped with pink rosebuds with pink satin streamers Miss Cafolyn Burchette Indian Springs attended he? sister as maid of honor She wore a white and blue nylon dress 1 Hubert Kindle Lynch- Ky was his brothers best man The brides mother wore a blue dress with black and white accessories The grooms mother wore an aqua' suit with pink accessories While on their honeymoon Mr Baptists? by Mrs Bart Sizemore Liberty Not a Racial Matter by Mrs Heary The Meaning of Democracy "What the Bible Has To Say and "Prejudice in Action by Mrs Stacy Gentry Who Is Prejudiced! and What Not To Do by Mrs Mims What To Do by Mrs Alex Williams and A Common Ground for a Beginning by Mrs Manuel Sanders concluded the progranl Mrs McCosh led the group in the pledge of allegiance to the flag of the United States and the pledge of allegiance to the Christian flag "All Hail the Power was the closing song Mr Polk offered the closing prayer and the meeting was adjourned by Mrs Polk Mrs James Trusty Rev James Trusty Bride Live In Gary Mr and Mrs Tom London Tom London Veteran Actor Visits Kingsport With Bride The Rev and Mrs James Trusty are living in Gary Ind following their wedding of July 3 The former Joyce Magdalene Huff Mrs Trusty is the daughter of Mrs Gladys Huff 1232 Fairview Ave The bridegroom Is the son of Mr and Mrs Richard Trusty'-of Garrett Ky- An jtftemoon weddjng the cere- 1 1 Mr and Mrs Paul Kindle and Mrs Kindle i visited Hungry Mother- Park Natural Tunnel Memphis and West Memphis Arkansas The bride attended Dobyns-Bennett High School Thg groom also attended Dobyns-Bennett High School and Is now serving in the Naval Air Force' Mrs' Kindle plans to join her husband in Memphis where he is now stationed jenuwtt PRINTERS LITHOGRAPHERS tlNOOI TINNISStl TIMES-NEWS CLASSIFIED GET RESULTS ADS 4 jt- 0 New Knits 1 All-Wool Mix 'n' -a Are The News For Fa Match Separates Fashioned by Helen Harper Now teen-agers and working girls too can wear the pleated all-wool skirts and party-pretty separates they adore the kind of clothes that used to mean big investment and high upkeep We have a wonderful collection of knitted fashions styled for clothes-conscious sub-debs They all mix and match their pleats resist wrinkles rarely need pressing And they cost so iittle sound incredible? -a Come down and see for yourself '4 Try Some Dikii- ICE CREAM TODAY! PtPkgs 20c Vi Gallons 75c Gallons 140 1 ICS CRSAH CO OlO Bristol Hwy Phone '1104 i i Left: Carolyn is jnodeling a high-style outfit of separates her skirt is a knitted-in perma-nent pleated style her sweater is two-toned You will be a- sensation in this costume Oxford gray bankers heather gray heather brown forest green cobalt-blue or brilliant rose Skirt 1095 Sweater 595 tL vS mony was performed in Gary by Bishop George Bates The newlyweds spent their honeymoon in Benton Harbor Mich Every time you use your pressure saucepan make sure that the vent tube is xlear A pipe cleaner will be useful lm cleaning it i- a i By DOROTHY BRIMER i Tom London veteran movie ac-tor honeymooning in Kingsport holds the distinction of having played more movie roles 1600 than any other living actor I London whose specialty Is westerns says he cant remember how many times he has died in pictures He looked very much alive however as he entered the Times-News office one morning last week London and Mrs Louvie Munal of Memphis Tenn mother of Dr John Munal 1612 Belmeade Drive were married July 5 in Del Rio Texas where Mrs London had hegp visiting her sister Mrs John Brinkley Londons latest film as yet unnamed- is with Gene Autry He explhined that while a film is being made the title is a number until a title for the movie has been selected and cleared This is to prevent duplication of names Among other recent films London 4 has played in are High Noon' Starring Gary Cooper Rajicha Notorious with Marlene Dietrich The Secret of Con-VicfXake with Glenn Ford Gene Tierney and Ethel Barrymore Sand with Mark Stevens Rory Calhoun and Coleen Gray His Gene Autry film just completed is a story of the Northwest Mounted Police But movies arent the' only field London has interests in He is also appearing in a number of television movies with such actors' as Gene Autry Monte Hale and John Wayne He is interested also in Pioneer Town a 33000-acre tract of land in which Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers also have an interest Many of the big film companies shoot their location shots in Pioneer Town which boasts among other things a typical Western 'street and a Chinese restaurant A native of Louisville Ky London has had more than 40 years experience as a movie actor He thought of going to Alaska as a young mad when he was a locomotive engineer He also once thought of trying for a job on the Panama Canal when it was under construction These dreams were nevlr fulfilled however for he drifted out Hollywood way and just happened to land in the movies And there hes been ever since London attributes much of his success in movies to his friend the late Harry Carey and Warren Corrigan They broke me into films London smiled I have worked with every Western star who has ever filmed a picture in-Hollywood London said He added that his favorite rpjes of all times are in westerns and that he particularly likes to play old-timers when he could don comfortable clothes and just loll around and relax Theres many a role he has played which didnt allow for much relaxing though One of the things actors in westerns are frequently called upon to do is to make what they call a Pony Express This is a fast mount on a horse I know youve all seen them hi Westerns London an expert horseman says he -can make a faster mount by a slow approach something his years Mid- Summer Specials Teen Agers Soft and Natural Cream Coid Wave This 1 Month i Only $450 in western films has taught him Most western actors do their own stunt work with the exception of the stars London 'said He explained that film and insurance companies will not allow the star to take any chances although they are able to perform the daring feat If the leading man is injured it means work is stopped on the film and many are thrown out of a job temporarily London said Although the top stars arent allowed to take these chances they have to excel in them or they wouldnt be in the top brackets London declared All costumes for a film are bought by the company London said Some of the big feature pictures require the stars to make as many as 15 or 20 changes of costume But the westerns require only a fewchahges London said he was pleasantly surprised at the size of Kingsport which he hadnt expected to be nearly so large He praised the Ridgefields Country' Club golf course where had had a most pleasant he says round of golf the other day Its a beautiful course he said although the greens are a little tricky Flaying in the low 70s London came in second in the spring tournament of the Pasadena City Championship I never go to movies for recreation London laughed Never have time Mr and Mrs London are leaving Monday for Del Rio and then home to North Hollywood in the San Fernando Valley Church Hill Group Offers Course In Officers9 Training Officers Training Day was held at Church Hill Methodist Church Tuesday at 2:30 pm Mrs John Evans opened the meeting with prayer She then welcomed the womens society of Lebanon Church guests for the event Mrs Evans introduced Mrs W' Marshall president of the Johnson City district Mrs Templeton promotion secretary and Mrs Lake Butcher supply secretary The three officers explained duties of the various secretaries which are included in the organization of the society An interesting program was presented and the meeting was closed with a prayer 1 IN KINGSPORT YOUR NEW PURiriA DEALER ts HOLSTOn FEED AND FARM SUPPLY Temporarily Located At 95 MAPLE STREET Free Delivery Phone 38b4-L FREE Mint Julep COCKTAIL FACfAL with each Shampoo and Set $8 $6 50 Up Complete 50 Up Complete Rigm: Medicated MACHINELESS WAVE Hollywod Self-Setting COLD WAVE Ruth is shown wearing this wonderful little outfit that can separated A charming light hearted pleated skirt with a smartly-dyed-to-match shp-on and cardigan Youll love this outfit in fine gauge all-wooii Forest green brilliant rose cobalt blue oxford gray heather gray or heather brown Skirt 1095 Slip-Over 395 Cardigan 595 i a 7 Modeled by Miss Carol Adams and Myss Ruth Davis 5 See the new Helen Harper Fashions Advertised in the August Mademoiselle oiemane BEAUTY SALON 201 Sullivan St Phone 3784 Quality Counts 1.

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