SMITH-ARNOTT ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. R. Walker smith announce the engagement of their daughter, Alice Louise, to Robert Lochhead, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Arnott, of Brooklyn , N. Y. The wedding is set for Sunday afternoon, April 27 at 4 o'clock at the Andrew Price Memorial Methodist Church....
THE OMOHUNDRO, JRS., HOST BUFFET BRIDGE
At 7 o'clock Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Omohundro, Jr., were hosts at a buffet bridge at their home on Bluefield Avenue. The affair was given to honor Miss Frances Bibb and Homer Barnes, of Nashville, whose wedding will be an April event....
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Balls, Jr., were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rutherford at "Ruddy Acres" on McGavock Road.
Miss Louise Gochenbach and her mother, Mrs. H. J. Gochenbach, of Nashville, were guests Sunday afternoon at the A. D. Albright home on Bluefield Avenue.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kennedy, of Old Lebanon Road, in St. Thomas Hospital Sunday night. Both the baby and Mrs. Kennedy are reported to be doing fine.
Pfc. Herndon Hardy, who is stationed at Bowling Field, Washington, D. C., was home recently to spend a weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hardy, on Lebanon Road.
Mr.and Mrs. Charlie Bates (formerly Lucy Gentry) recently spent a weekend in Monteagle. (They made movies of Sewanee and several other points of interest.)
Radio Station WLAC will, beginning at 5 a.m. on sunday, carry six nation-wide broadcasts featurning special Easter services.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cloyd plan to spend Easter with their son, Mr. and Mrs. James B. cloyd, at Murfreesboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hargrove and Sibyl are now settled in their new home at 4013 Wallace Lane. Sibyl has a new baby sister, Lucy Reed, born March 2 at St. Thomas.
Mrs. E. H. Duke,
Phone News to 6-3227
- Mrs. Hermena Herterger, Mrs. Stumpf's mother, left saturday morning for New York City to attend the confirmation of her grandchildren.
- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmidt and Eddie, Jr., arrived in New York City Saturday night. Mr. Schmidt has been trasferred in his work at Berry Field to the airport there.
- Johnny Verne will leave this week for New York City where he has been assigned in the Air Force.
Mrs. R. C. Stewart, Correspondent
Call news to 5-0297.
- The Lebanon Road Community Club met recently with Mrs. Mitchell Smith. The birthday of Honey Lou Davenport was celebrated....
- The Bill Woodalls have moved on Spence Lane. They will be missed in this community.
Mrs. Bennie Bright
Phone News to 58Y
- Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Eakes have sold their home in Mt. Juliet and will soon move to Old Hickory.
- Pauline, next time you stop that Dodge, please pull up on the hand brake -- works better.
- See you next week!
- Mr. and Mrs. Ben A. Pugh and their daughter, Mrs. Nathan Flexer, of Waverly, motored to Chattanooga last week. They were guests at the Reid House while there.
- Mrs. Irene Newman is the proud owner of a new Maytag washing machine -- congratulations!
Mrs. Dorothy Riley, Correspondent
Phone Donelson 491.
- Elm Hill's "Mr. Fixit" is perturbed over the hazardous parking condition at the corner of McGavock Lane and Lebanon Road. Several accidents, some serious, have occurred at this corner and many are due to careless parking which obscures a full view of the road. We'd suggest more motorists park on McGavock Lane, not Lebanon Road.
- The Whites have sold their home to Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson. We are glad to welcome the new residents to our community.