Historic Bluefields

Society and Local News Items


Mrs. Harry Maxwell entertained recently to honor her son, Steve, on his eighth birthday. A crystal bowl filled with spring flowers centered the dining table wand carried out the pink and white color scheme used.

Guests included Barry Kiger, Perry McCord, Bobby McCord, David Pierce, Frater Davis, Joe Seat, and Christ Hauff, Jr., of Nashville. The group played games and after refreshments were served, they attended the Donelson movie.

Larry Ball Honored

Mrs. L. S. Ball entertained at a party Saturday afternoon to honor her son, Larry, on his tenth birthday. Guests included Ronnie Sullivan, Phillip Smith, James Ray Eakes, Anthony Smith, Nancy Roberts, Billy Cox, Gloria Jean, Jimmy, Jerry and Carol Jackson. A pink and white color scheme was carried out in the refreshments served.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCampbell and daughter, Mrs. Charles P. Bradley, Jr., and Jackie drove to Louisville Thursday for the weekend. Mrs. McCampbell and grandson, Jackie, will remain for a longer visit with her mother, Mrs. J. B. Warren.

Bride-Elect Is Honored in Tea

An informal tea honoring Miss Ruby Dancer, a Nashville bride-elect, was presented Sunday afternoon by Miss Frances Patterson and Miss Zeda Loveless at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Weaver on Cumberland Circle....

Engagement Announced

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clayton Flowers announce the engagement of their daughter, Joy Aylene, to William King Nichol, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Nichol. The wedding will take place June 25 at Donelson Baptist Church. The bride-elect was graduated from Donelson High School and attended the conservatory of music at Ward-Belmont. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi. Mr. Nichol is a graduate of Donelson High School and is now attending the University of Tennessee Dental College in Memphis. He is a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Greene, of Hermitage, are visiting points of interest in Florida this week.

Monday afternoon's high wind blew down a tree in the yard of C. B. Martin.

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McInnis are expected to return from their month's vacation to Texas and Florida around the first of April.

Bill Ezell, who is attending school in Birmingham, will spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ezell, on McGavock Lane.

Mrs. W. D. Hardison, Mrs. Elton Billings, Mrs. Thomas Blaney, Mrs. Jack Ward, and Mrs. Scott of Reynolds Road are taking a 12-week camp conference course at Watkins.

Miss Annie Mae Moore, of Detroit, is spending a week as guest of Mrs. D. E. Earheart at Hermitage.

D.H.S. Students Win in F.F.A. Contest

The Donelson High School representatives won a Future Farmers of America Parliamentary Procedure contest over six other Davidson County entrants at Central High Monday. It was the third time D.H.S. had won the contests. Members of the winning team were Bobby Baker, Thomas Taylor, Sam Neal, Edward Smith, Edgar Floyd, and Orlis Turrentine.

Construction Continues

Ed King is continuing construction of his new home in the "Y" junction of Cumberland Circle and Bluefield Avenue.

Brown's Creek

Mrs. R. C. Stewart, Correspondent
Call news to 5-0297

(Received too late for last week.)

  • The Jessie Hatcher family, formerly of Fessler Lane, has moved to their new home on Benton Avenue in Nashville.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Hickerson and daughters, of Pennington Bend, attended Green Street Church of Christ Sunday. They moved from that community recently.
  • Jack McCannless entertained members of his Bible Class with a weiner roast Monday night. Those attending were Bud and Bob Stewart, Billy Hix, Bob Tignor and Harold Pugh.
  • The people of this community extend their deepest sympathy to the family of Mrs. Owsley, who passed away last week. She was a good Christian and was loved by everyone who knew her.
  • Harry Overbey opened his Sandwich Shop on Lebanon Road and he serves luscious hamburgers.

Central Pike

Mrs. Bennie Bright
Phone News to 58Y

  • Mr. and Mrs.Jack Fuqua have moved back on Central Pike in our community.
  • This community certainly sympathizes with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hall in the loss of their baby last week.
  • Little Martha Owen Benson, who has been in for several days with Scarlet Fever, is not doing so well according to reports. We hope she is soon better.
  • Mrs. Rubye Gilliam has spent most of the last week in Nashville at Mrs. L. R. Boner's due to the illness of her mother.
  • Mrs. H. W. Robertson, Mrs. Bennie Bright and Mrs. Louis Boswell, of Murfreesboro, visited the Jones nursery Tuesday to see all of their fine rose bushes on Hobbs Road.
  • Robert Eakes had the misfortune to cut his hand so severely that he will be unable to work for six weeks. Be careful, Robert!

Dodson Chapel

Phone News to Mrs. A. D. Jackson

  • Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Wright are the proud parents of a boy born last Thursday at Protestant Hospital.
  • Cleveland Morris is doing well after his accident recently. He was thrown off of a corn stalk cutter and received several bruises but is now able to be up and about.

Morrow Headden

  • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mason, of Detroit, arrived in Nashville Friday to visit their aunt, Miss Bobby Hall, who is seriously ill. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chadwell and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sargent.
  • Little Tommy Jones is suffering with a broken arm. The accident occurred in a fall at home.

Una News

Mrs. E. H. Duke,
Phone News to 6-3227

  • Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bradford and son, Michael, of Murfreesboro Road, are flying to New York City soon to visit relatives.
  • A message from Dorothy McLaughlin tells of getting a worthwhile promotion in her office. She is now an instructor.
  • Lt. Leo Lenard returned home from the Philippines last week and is living for the present with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fox.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmidt, who have been living at the Duke Apartments for nearly five years, are being transferred to New York City on the first of April. They will be missed by the community.
  • After a beautiful wedding ceremony Sunday afternoon in the Grand Ballroom of the Hermitage Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stillman met several hundred guests at a reception. Mrs. Stillman is the former Miss Gladys Cohen. The couple left after the reception for a ten-day stay in Chicago.
  • Girl Scout Troop 117 are staging a skating party this afternoon at the Hippodrome.

Green Hill

(Phone news to any member of Green Hill Woman's Club.)

  • Our deepest sympathy to the family of Mrs. Walter Jennings in their recent bereavement.
  • Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pascall, who are the proud parents of a new baby girl. Mrs. Pascall is at the Madison Hospital.



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