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December 22, 1950

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DEcr tBER 22, 1950. THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS .... -I--- , ~=~==, i i I II I , Vgreen wreath tied with a red John R. Harris, Sr., during the hell-I ~Wuest register ,',,as kent by days. .--- I hn Moylan," sister of the Mrs. Hubert Griffis returned home last Saturday from Florence, S. C., |dining table was covered with where she spent several weeks with ported cutwork cloth and cen-I her daughter, Mrs. Mikell, who is [.With an artistic arrangement, now convalescing from a serious ill- ,re gladioli, asters, carnations, ness. ~rn. The punch bowl was at Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas, Sr., e t I . will n ertain Christmas candles and a small Letford A delicious salad course was ,,~[ .... , ..... ]Christmas tree were on the mantel', served and the Williams Heights fa- ml,~,~,~A6,b,~l ] ~A,~,~4-4, ~I at upen house, ~unaay ai~ernoon, uecemDer land sugarplum trees decorated the lculty presented the bride-elect with |i:l $ twenty-fourth. Friends are invited to call from four[ buffet. . . _ i two tablespoons in her chosen sil- w,- ~t ~ , , , . [ Prizes were won oy mr. and Mrs. i ver. ~1 1~O SIX 0 CLOCK. I Hugh Deen and Mrs. Jenkins pre-j Playing bridge with the honoree. I ~~ | sented the bride-elect with the su-|were Miss Mary Letford, Mrs. Mar- arv Kate ff ds D I u A ~,rc~It~w r~ ~,'Icmt,'v A ~Tr~ [gar shell in her chosen silver pat-1 shall O'Rear, Miss Carolyn Whetchel, ........ Moroan We_ James Jose.h ...................... , ~ --~r'LAX~,J~--~,~J~,'----Z~.A-X~r~A~L, I tern. Following the playing, delight-i Mrs. J. B. Stubbs, Mrs. Erma Thon~ L.n ....... in Ceremonv. at First Baptist Church L I Mr. and Mrs ...... David Edward Kir~land announce the marriage of their ful refreshments were served as, Mrs L H Jenkins, Mrs Hugh L- I daughter, Lou Ellen, to Irvin Wescott Hartsfleld, of Tallahassee and I Playing canasta with Miss Pickrenl Deen, Mrs. Ineg Tanner, and Mrs, eity and beauty marked the[ George Peagler, Mrs. G. C. Itughes, I Jacksonville, Fla., son of I. W. Hartsfleld and the late Mrs. Hartsfield, I' and ~Mr. Chamberlain were Mr. and iHenry Bell. of Miss MaryKate Morgan, I Jr., Mrs. Robert Thigpen, Mrs. C. C. t the ceremony having taken place on Monday, December 4, at the home I Mrs. Hugh Deen, Mr. and "Mrs. Ter- I : o-- of Mrs. Henry C. Morgan I Bowen, and .Mrs. W. J. Graft, s. of the bridegroom's grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. I. H. Simpson, of [ tell Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen MISS PlCKREN NONOREE '" " " ' i " :late Mr. Morgan, and JamesI After a wedding trip to places of~ Jacksonville, with the grandfather performing the ceremony [ Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wil-~AT CANASTA PARTY ~erndon, U. S. Marine Corps, 1 interest in Florida, the groom will 1 The bride wore a wine gabardine suit with grey accessories. An or- I |is. I Jr. and Mrs. Corris H. Hern-I return to duty with the U. S. Ma-i chad formed her corsage. ] --Waycross Journal-Herald. L WAYCROSS--Miss Annette Pick- of DuPont, which took place I rines at Camp LeJeune, N. C., and I Mr. and Mrs. Hartsfield are residing in Jacksonville. [ .... ~ ren, attractive bride-elect, was hen- t First Baptist church on I the bride, a member of the Homer-I. - 0 ---'----- I BUFFET SUPPER HONORING I ored Tuesday evening last week with, ~ay afternoon, December 20 / ville school faculty, will remain here I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Cor- I sities. Among them are Misses Bet- I MORGAN-HERNDON PARTY a canasta party at the home of Miss- [O'clock. The impressive dou-/for a while. I bitt, and Mr. and Mrs. 3ohn R. Har-Ity English, Sammie Steedley, Betty l ~ t Martha Louise Walker in Alma, G~ ~g ceremony was performedt : o -- ris, Sr "Mr Harris will join them lHu~hes Jo Anne Allison Janicel Miss Mary Kate Morgan and JamesThe home was decorated in the * " I " " ~ ' " " " ~astor, the Rev. Edgar T. Da- / Mrs. J. S. Kirkland is feehng bet-, here for the holidays. [ Harrington, Gleniee Daugharty. Bet- I Joseph Herndon, whose wedding took t Christmas motif and .a lovely *ar- "1 / ter after an illness of several weeks. I ~ I tv Jo Perritt Valdosta State Collo~ I place Wednesday afternoon at five rangement of gladioli formed the,. ~ul palms and ferns formed~ ~ Mrs David Q Jones h~s arrived]V'aldosta. Mrs H K Heath Jr ~4"~s~lO'clock, were honor guests at a buf-lcenter piece for the dining table~ } " . , . , ., . . ~round for floor vases filled[ Mrs. Joyce Sweat and daughter, from Chicago, Ill, to be with her I ses Roma Gene Har-er and Bett..]fet supper at the home of Mrs. E. I After playing canasta, the guests as, Itite gladioli, chrysanthemums l Diana, and Mr. W. E. Bowen of Sa-]mother, Mrs. W. J. Patterson, while[Jernigan, Mercer University, Macon~IK. Avriett, Sr., on Tuesday evening l sembled in the d~ing room for w ~rs and seven-branched can-!vannah were the guests of Mr. and lcapt. Jones of the U. S. Marines is I Miss Irma Jane Lee and John F ]preceding the wedding rehearsal. I delicious salad course and date-nut ~bolding tall whRe.candles. Mrs. C. C. Bowen last Sunday. l overseas. He left Monday from Cal-|Norman, South Georgia College:I Hostesses for .the delightful event lroll with .ambrosia and coffee for [Anne Avrmtt, cousin of theI ------- ]ifornia to fly to Japau. I Douglas; Misses Marv Love SteedlevlWere Mrs. Avnett, Mrs. Olney Eng- dessert. Miss Walker presented M~ss ~as pianist and presented a] Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schulman andI _____ l andJo Anne Gardner, and Gilbert]lish, aunts of the bride, Mrs. W. B. Pickren with a bridal corsage of" of nuptial music. Miss Sarah I sons of New York City have return-] Mr. H. K. Heath, St., Mr. and Mrs. I C Hughes, III, Georgia Teachers ~ Dow, Miss Anne Avriett and Miss ! pink carnations and a lovely serving ~, cousin of the bride, sang [ ed home after spending a week with H K Heath, Jr, Miss Della Anne I Collee Statesboro" Miss Sarah ] Betty English, cousins of the bride, plate'and stand. Prizes were awardedr 4~', and "The Lord's frayed." I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Minson. I Heath and George Heath snent a [ v~,,,:.~ 'ARA~ P---o'~o m;,^,,, x~, I The Christmas motif was carried ! to Miss Whetehel and Miss Jones. As ~- Bennett and Cha.rles Perry I . ~ I couple of days this week in Jackson" I s~e~s'Pett;'~31"~itch~and~Sarah~3a~nh~'il~: / out in detail in the decorations. ! party favors, the guests, kept their~ L~vere ushers and hgh~ed the I Brooks Bhtch, son of Mr. and Mrs. ! ville, Fla, with Mr and Mrs. L E. I Geor-e Barnhill James M Gibbs I Guests included members of the I individual tally cards which feature@ ~Corris H..,Hernaon, Jr., I B. E. BIRch, is at home for the I Sanders, "Jr." " I FredWooten, Kenneth James, Fred [ wedding party, Miss Betty Sue Hill] a miniature bride and wedding bells !its his brother s Desr man. Christmas holidays from Darlingtont ~ [ W Steedlev John Lan-da~o T~ n~./who served as standin for the bride lattached with white satin ribbon. etty English, cousin of the I School for Boys at Rome.I Mr. and Mrs. Danny W eise, Mr. ] vicl Johnson, Vniversi~ of' Georgia, [ at the rehearsal, and the immediate I Four tables were appointed for ca- Es maid of honor and the "-----'-- . . land Mrs. Sam Pearce, and Miss Mac [ Athens; M. C. Nail, Jr., University/families. l.o~,o q'~-se invited to share the de 's only attendant. She wore Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hughes and lRibbon of Jacksonville, Fla., and l of Georgia School Atlanta" Miss ~'o | I ::"~"; :"" . . ... . ~- gun colored satin crepe dress [son, Doug, of Atlanta, are spending i Mrs. Leslie Stewart of Perry, Fla., ]tricia B~itch, John Huxford, I~ob[ The hostesses were assisted by [nghuut parzy with zne nostess an0~ ~tching hat ana accessories. ] the Christmas holidays with his pa-1 are spending the holidays with their I Jones University, Greenville, S C ;I Mrs. Wylder Williams, Sr.. I theguest-of-honor were Mrs~ T: L: Dulder corsage was o~ yellow [ rents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hughes,Sr. I father, Mr. J. J. Riberon, and other [ H K Heath, Jr North Georgia "Dab- i Miss Morgan cnose ~or tnis occa- ] ~Icz.ren, m~ner ot .tne Drme-elecz, [! l -----'- relatives ' ] lonega; |sham Daugharty, GMC MilI sin a brnze faille dress with brwn ' Miss ~itty ~ardn' Miss Ann neri" . he was given in mar- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McGarity of' " ' ~ ] ~..a .... m~. v...~. ~ ~....~.. u~. ~.~ I accessories. Her corsage, a gilt from[ tage, Miss Carolyn Wetchel, Miss~ ride, w ...... s ........... ~ ........... , .... o-,, , "e teedl Miss Willie D O" her brother, Eugene M~ke]l, Dallas spent the weekend with their . . I Wheeler, Bert Oettemier, Georgia I the hostesses, was of yellow chr~ san- ~ Bobbl S ey, - nt in a winter-white wool daughter, Mrs. J. A. Chambers, and ' Mr and Mrs. Frank, Lancas.~er oI ] Teeh, Atlanta; James Griffis, Unfver ] themums. ] Kelly, Mrs. Ruth Hartley, Miss Joyce Ih which she wore brown lMr Chambers ]Mobile, Ala., are spemdng christmas[ ........... "[ ~ ...... [ Blanzon, Mrs. RUth t~ryan, Miss Jan- Slay OI l~]orlaa, L~alnesvllle ! [~""---d shoes and winter-[ " "------- l holidays with her parents, Mr. andI [ ................... rice Jordan, Miss Florence Pirkle L;' ...... o~. .... ~oa o ,,,h;,~ i ,,....a ~..~ , w po~olrgon End|Mrs Clarence Smith. Mr. and Mrs. ~~~ [ W~tT~.gll./oD DKII./%I~I I'/~K|T land Miss Betty Jo Walker. oves ~.c ~a, ............ m.. a.~ ~,.. ................... I KREN ..... ~o : .... ~. .....~-=-' ! ............ ~-'-"on D C are l Smith, Mr and Mrs I.apeaster, and/ ...................... I HONORING MISS P C [ MISS Walker was asmsted in ser- &:, I " " Mr ana Mrs wm r a~,it!er anu vlng uy her **,otn~x, mx~ te satin streamers, spending the Christmas season w~thi . .. I. ".. ". .... | MR. CHAMBBRLAIN ARE l ........... ~ ...... I ........... " rlde wore aI ts. Mr and Mrs Bruce daughter, caret ~.ynn, o, ~,cnmon(L | ,,e~B.-~ ~u,Tu n,,nTv [ WAXtJKU:~:~---Mrs. henry Uell ana [ ker, and Mrs. R. W. Dail. other of the b her paren . .................... e nter aine on suit with matching hat Douglas ]Va., who are spending the holidays[ I Mrs. Marshall 0 R ar e t d l --Waycross Journal-Herald. ~cssoneslL-- anu" a cvr~se ......... 0~" ~ " .____ '. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l ------ l l#~st Friday" afternoon at the home of | .......... ~_ " i ........... .. ....... d [ Smith will leavb next week for I WAYCROSS---Mr. and Mrs. L. H. [ Mrs. Bell on Baltimore avenue with I ,,,,ee~a,~ ~a~,~',-~ rnations Mr ana mrs. w. ,. o,,p-- o- , ' ' "n d nd venin " " ~"~"'~'~'~" --"''"" [~ar. " , . ......... t...," . ............ c__a...I Cookeville Tenn., to attend the wed-| Jenkins entertal e Mo aye g[a bridge party, honoring Miss An-] rlaegrooms mo[ner wore a cnllaren o]~ ~[OUl[rle ~pgllt ou,iuaj, 1 l ~.ri, tan hat ana- Drown- acces- I wltn ................. ner parents, mr ana mr~ ~,u~ [ ~ain-~ of Miss Helen High and Wm..[ last week at the'r home on Wi- I nette Pickren whose marriage to Mr. [ Wanted: Ex-Tea a,d Coffee men end I~ .... , ...... : ....."~---:--IExle,, Smith on December 30 I liams street with a canasta party]George Chamberlain will be an e-~ others for local 1500 family Raw- er corsage was O[ pink ear.I DouglaS, anu Will. VISII; taem uurn*~[ # " I , [~1 J'- -o"da season . , I nonoring Miss Annette Pickren and|vent of December 26. t leith Business. Many Dealers doln~ [~'latel following tne-- cere- [ne n 1~ y --'----" [ ' ~ ol d s for [ Mr. George Chamberlain, whose ] The Bell home was beautifully" dec-[ $100 to $300 or more weekly, Goody 1Mi Y .................. I Brighteningthe h i ay | marriage will occur on December 26. [ orated in keeping with the Christ-| opportunity to have profitable" hosT-- I rece tion was olden ov the Mr anu lvLrs l~eltn ranoro anu " ence of man I "f 1 d or P - ~; : .... " - - " .... s [ homefolk l.s the pres y The house was beautl ul y ec -[mas season. Prizes were awarded to] hess of your own Wite RawleigW~r~ Uncle and aunt, ~r. an~ Mrs. cnilaren ot Tampa, ~la., spen[ zue.- [ .... 11 es and univer " d in the r; t t eme Ga [ k n n ...... at their home d-- w:"- his brother Gilbert C Paf I smaen~s ,rom co eg - ate Ch's mas h . y Mrs. L. H. Jen i s a d Miss Mary[ Dept. GAL-I$90-L, Memphis, Tenn. Williams, ~r., . ay tta , " I ,~ - ,~ Christmas theme emphasizedford. ] "' - ~orations in the living room. -------- I .,~m,.#~ I J ..",. . $ LARGEST AND FINEST LOW-PRICED CAR t, II II ~cl of the table and the silver tern, ice at the other Tall three ~d silver candelabra added to ~ractiveness of the scene. Sil- [l~agnolia leaves and white flo- ~Hrmed other decorations. Mrs. erndon, Jr., served Punch ~e" Wylder Williams, Jr., pour- . Individual cakes, iced and d, and a variety of hot and ~mdwiches were served. bs assisting Mr. and Mrs. Wil- !in entertaining and serving ~rs. E. K. Avriett, Sr., Mrs. ~nglish, Mrs. W.B. Dew. Mrs. IDavis, Mrs. T. ~. Chambers, ~. S. C. Paterson, Mrs. Clifton i, Mrs. A. L. Barnhill, Mrs. Miss Joy Lynn Douglas, a student nurse at the Crawford W. Long School of Nursing in Atlanta, will arrive next Tuesday to spend the re- mainder of the Yuletide with her varents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Doug- las. 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