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Subject: [TNROOTS] The Kingsport Times, Feb 3, 1920 - Vol. 5 No. 10 PG6
Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2004 18:24:11 -0500
Society News and Notes
CHINA PAINTING CLASS |
Mrs. Luther Hodge, of Bristol, has formed a class in china painting, in
which meets every Saturday afternoon. Many ladies are interested in this
work and among the members are Mrs. Brownell, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Tipton,
Mrs. Hurst, Mrs. Crockett, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Herndon, Mrs. Geiger, and
Miss Elizabeth Hamlet.
ENTERTAINS AT ROTHERWOOD Miss Irma Cooper was hostess at a small party
Saturday evening at Rotherwood, in honor of her sisters, Mrs. Nash, and
Miss Cooper, of Johnson City.
Rev. Y. B. Phillips, of Chattanooga will arrive in Kingsport Friday with
his singers and co-workers to conduct a revival at the Baptist church.
He will preach his first sermon Sunday morning.
STATE INSPECTOR HERE
Mr. Macklin, State inspector of industrial education, and Mr. Duncan,
State high school inspector, of Knoxville, were in town Thursday and
Friday. While here they attended the operetta, and Mr. Duncan addressed
the high school students Friday morning in chapel.
MISSION STUDY MEETING
The Missionary Study Class of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Y. W. Dobyns.
LADIES' AID SOCIETY
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet Thursday
afternoon at three o'clock in the ladies' parlor at the church.
LEAP YEAR PARTY
A merry informal leap year party was given at the home of Miss Lucy
Edwards Saturday evening. Those present were Misses Frances Harris,
Grace Chestnut, Mildred Crouch and Lucy Edwards, Messrs. John Miller,
Percy Butler, Harvey Brooks, and William Russell Gilmore, Jr.
Dr. C. P. Edwards arrived in town Friday from Chicago, and left in his
car Monday for Asheville, N. C. Mrs. M. E. Hillenburg is ill this week.
John R, Snow, of Blountville, was in town Saturday.
Dr. L. L. Highsmith has moved into his new home on Wanola.
Mrs. P. M. Jones will leave this week for Baltimore.
J. L. White returned Saturday from Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Hall spent the week-end in Morristown.
Rev. S. D. Long, vice-president of Martha Washington College, Abingdon,
Va., and Emory and Henry College, Emory, Va., spent Saturday and Sunday
Miss Gertrude McCorkle spent the week-end with her parents in Johnson
Mrs. C. S. Kinzer is home from Columbia, S.. C. Dr. Kinzer, who is doing
government work in Columbia, arrived today, being called here on account
of the illness of his brother, Kent Kinzer.
Mrs. V. C. Willard, formerly of this city, is now private secretary to
Dr. E. H. Henderson, Superintendent of Public Health Service, associated
with the Southwestern State Hospital, Marion, Va. Her daughter, Miss
Marie, is a student at Marion College, specializing in music.
Mrs. J. H. Clifford, Mrs. J. B. Weatherby, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Wiley
Eaton, Mrs. S. B. Ogle and Mrs. Thomas Palmer, will attend the quarterly
meeting of the Missionary Union at Erwin on Friday.
Miss Mattie Saylor is in Jonesboro for several days.
Rev. Seigle B. Ogle has moved into his new study at the Baptist church.
Miss Nancy Pierce spent the week end with Miss Huddle in Johnson City.
Mrs. Nash and Miss Sabra Cooper, of Johnson City, are the guests of
their sister, Miss Irma Cooper at Rotherwood.
Paul Warrick, who has been in Knoxville since last summer, spent several
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Warrick, and left yesterday
Miss Grace Jones will leave this week for Ranger, Tex., to visit her
sister, Mrs. J. B. Stackable.
Fred Hammer, of Bristol, was in town Monday.
MISS MARY BURTON WEDS
Announcements have been received here of the wedding of Mary Elizabeth
Burton, formerly of this city, to Bernard B. Bible, Jan. 29 at
Burnsville, N. C.
Mrs. Bible is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Burton, of Burnsville,
and sister of Mrs. C. P. Edwards, of Kingsport. Mr. and Mrs. Bible will
be at home at Newton, N. C.
A SPLENDID Poultry and Fruit Farm for sale; 20 acres, more or less, 14
acres can be cultivated, 6 acres in wood, 25 bearing apple trees, 26
peach trees will 'bear this year, About 50 young trees set out last
fall, 12 young grape vines, 12 goose berry, 12 currant, 12 raspberry, 4
room dwelling boxed and ceiled, gar den and yard fenced with woven wire
fence. Fine spring near dwelling. About 20 sugar trees, plenty of wood,
will last for .years, three miles from Kingsport, one and one-half miles
from city limits. Price $2,250. Can make terms. Harris and Graves,
Kingsport. (2-3 St)
Mr. and Mrs. John Brookey, of Johnson City, have been the guest of Alvin
Brookey, on Sevier Terrace.
Miss Mary Deckman Margraves, of Sullins College, was the week-end guest
of Mrs. Else Kenner price in the Shelby apartments.
Mrs. Felix Gunther is ill this week.
Guy Williams, of the University of Tennessee, is visiting friends in
Mrs. S. K. Lindsay, of Johnson City, is in town today making
preparations to move into her new home in the "White City."
Miss Kate Waters, of Knoxville, is the guest of Miss Russell on
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Bennett have returned from a visit to Mrs. Bennett's
parents at Carterton, Va.
THE KINGSPORT TIMES
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 1920
VOLUME 5, NO. 10
full page w/o ADS
Mother side: Archibald, Draeger, Hayes, Koranda, Mineau, Schroeder,
Father side: Goodman, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Thompson, Violet
Stepfather side: Ambrose, Eklund, Heichel, Longley, Lundgren, Wharton