The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 233, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 1, 1939 Page: 3 of 6
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: THE DAILY NEWS-TELEGRAM
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By Mrs. Chapman
of Ril'ts, for which she expressed
On this happy occasion we were
dcliRhted to have as visitors Mrs.
Cecelia Wright, Mrs. O. A. Smith,
I Mrs. Joe Chapman, Mis. Walter
On Tuesday,Sept JO, 1939, the Young and Mrs. C. A. Bridges of
.......<hr. (.k>nrniil) who uddcil much to the
pleasure of the day. Also little Joe
Thurmond Moore and Sam Tayioe
After deciding to meet with Mrs.
Randall and Mrs. VVelborn in Oct.,
we adjourned and each expressed
appreciation for the very enjoyable
Iiughters of Rankin nieetin;;1 the
Imu* of Mrs. B. F. Chapman for u
fevered dish luncheon and an old*
li’hioned quilting bee. By 10:30 a.
. 'twenty-seven members and thiee
■sitors hack arrived and were soon
Lsily stitching on tie quilt and
Icedles* to say, happily chattering.
Ip the “regret" of some, not all of
ladies could find room to quilt,
m the others got out individual hand*
loik and wen* just as busily cm*
Hqycd with knitting, crochet and
mroiderN. With sric’n pleasant I
inmpanionship and light occupation,
lie hours sped by and «oon we were
Bivited into* the dining room for
Mrs. W. C. Christian
Mrs. G. R. Wilson
Honors Mrs. Gee,
A Recent Bride
Mrs. G. R. Wilson entertained
Thursday evening at her home on
Fore street with a dinner-bridge
party, complimenting her sister, Mrs.
J. M. Gee, who was, before her re-
cent marriage, Miss Thresa South-
erland, of Trenton.
Lovely pink roses predominated
in the tastefully arranged floral dec-
orations of the entertaining suite.
Dinner was served at tallies covered
in Italian cut wmk cloths, and cen-
tered with vases of pink roses and
love vine. Individual cakes were
embossed in pink roses and lilies of
the valley and ices topped with roses,
moulded in pink. Mrs. Wilson was
assisted by Mrs. Estelle Iiwin and
Mrs. W. L. Wijlis in receiving
Mrs. Lawrence Tramel received
the high score award in the bridg.-
series and Mrs. A. W. Lindley sec-
ond high. A party gift was pre-
sented to'the honoree.
At Elberta Lake
Mrs. A. Campbell
The homo of Mrs. \V. C . ( hri-
jiost appetizing lunclvon, which) tian was the scene ot an enjoyable
|ad been spread by Mrs. Chapman1 affair Thursday when a group of
uid her charming daughter-in-law, friends met for a covered dish
In, Joe Chapman, assisted by mem-
lers of the class.
and a scries of bridge
Flowers in attractive bouquets
were used to decorate the home ol
the hostess and the tempting buifel
luncheon was enjoyed by the happy
The quilt was almost completed
lut no one needed urging to "come
Ind get it,” and after Mrs. Faulk
lave the invocation k pleasant hour „f sixteen quests.
was spent around the table. While . _, , . ,__ ________
lomc of the ladies washed dishes
Bthers finished and took out the
puilt, then all repaired to the living
loom, where the business meeting,
resided over by Mrs. Baird, was
held. A sho t devotional from Philip-
hlans, 4th chapter, was brought by
Mi*. Mans. Reports were given and
n offering for the Methodist Home
■it Waco taken.
In the bridge games high score
went to Mrs. F../1*,, Sellers, second
high to Mrs. Guy Bryson and Mrs.
Roy Davis received the floating
Names of “Big Sisters” the past
Month. were revealed and new ones
Eastern Star Meets
The regular meeting of the Order |
of the Eastern Star will convene in
the Masonic Hall Monday evening,
.October 2nd, 7:30 p. m. Members
Mrs. B. F. Chapman, having com- I are urged to attend and visitors are
pletid another milepost on life's invited.—Mrs. Bert Williams, W. M.;
pathway, was surprised by a shower I Maude Ramey, Secretaiy.
Mrs. Ben Leighton Johnson, Mis
Jimmy D. Spence and Mrs. F. A
Bohannon were hoste ses to a small
bridge-luncheon given Thursday a
the home of Mrs. Bohannon on Gil-
Floral decorations were gorgeous
bouquets of Rose Gladioli and Lilac
their beauty and fragrance adding
to the occasion end forming a love
ly background for 14 tables o
A tempting two-course luncheon
was served at tables centered with
va-es of cut flowers.
In the bridge series attractivi
awards went to Mrs. H. L. Gree'
for high score, Mrs. Buric Cain fo
second high and to Mrs. W, L. Wil
lis for the floating prize.
Mrs. N. C. Thompson of :'aris wa
an nut of town guest shari-g in th
gracious hospitality of the charming
The Mother’s Culture Club met in
an enthusiastic session at Elberta
Lake on Sept. 29th, with Mrs. W. A.
Caiothers and Mrs. Billy Smith as
Mrs. Ben Dickerson, president of
the club, introduced W. A. Wilson
and Jimmy Evans, who presented
the N. Y. A. project, which provides
for the Girls’ Welfare Center. After
the discussion of this project the
dub voted to help, co-sponsor this
movement in Sulphur Springs.
The secretary of the club, Mrs.
Henry Mahuffey, read the minutes
of the last meeting. In the roll call
the members answered with the va-
rious subjects assigned them.
Mrs. C. J. Fanar, chairman of
the membership committee, was call-
ed upon to introduce the new mem-
bers of the club, which was . followed
by reports from other committees.
Preceding the lecture course by
Miss Addie Mae Glover, Mrs. Gerald,
Prim read the club constitution and
Miss Glover’s lecture on “Charm"
by Marjorie Wilson, proved benefi-
cial as well as entertaining.
At the conclusion of, the program
the hostesses served an ice course.
Mrs. James McMullan directed the
games and story-telling of the ehii-
Mrs. Auburn Campbell was hostess
to the Wednesday Nightcrs Bridge
Club for their meeting of the past
1 week, at her home on Texas street.
Clusters of red roses were used as
decorations of the party rooms, then-
vividness a striking note of color.
Dinner was served at quartet
tables to club member's.
Mrs. Thomas Wingo recevied the
high score award in the bridge
games and Mrs. Alvis Pickett second
Club members are anticipating
their next meeting when Mrs. Thos.
Wingo will be the hostess, receiving
guests in her new home, just com-
pleted, on North Davis street.
Mrs. Prue Poole announces th-
opening of her Nursery School foi
little tots Monday, Oct. 2nd. dltp
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- Meets Tuesday
The Cemetery Society will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 o’clock
at the Carnegie Library. All mem-
bers arc asked to attend.—Mrs. Geo
*L Wilson, Pies.
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The Standard Club will meet a‘.
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Social Meeting for
Mrs. Ramey’s Sun-
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Tin Sunday School Ciass ol Mis.
Royal Rumey had their first aocul
meeting of the season 1 hursday
evening in the parlors of the Meth-
The adult class is composed of !a-
Jies who are active and believe in
the social part of the years work
keeping pace with the study and
benevolences of the class. Many will
ittest to these facts when they re-
all that the 1938 season was usher-
'd in with a get acquainted party
ind members wore costumes belong-
ing to periods of ( olonial History,
Medevial and Modern; provoking
much fun and hilarity, and it is still
r pleasant memory.
Twenty-seven members were pres-
ent. An enjoyable blindlold game,
•Neighbor Behind You," came first
with a medley chorus used for iden-
tification of voices, a?* well as the
touch method employed. The famil-
iar voice of Mrs. Wiler being most
difficult to guess by her partner re- ‘
suited in her receiving the honors, j
The second group in this game was |
also a success with Mrs. Adamson
and Mrs. Sanders the last ones be-
Another laughable game was imi-l
tations of various activities, with I
movement* of arms and hands, sug-
gestive for the guessing contest. Two
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and Jeanette McDonald (Mrs. Ky-
Questions on current news show-1
ed that the class members kept (
abreast of the war times, by press ,
and radio, and all answers weie cor- i
During the busine-s session plans j
for projects were discuss "d, and j
new officers were recognized. Mrs.
Ramey expressed her appreciation to
retiring officers, who had soi-ved
faithfully, and to the members for I
Delicious refreshments of brick
ice cream and cakes were served,
and the social committee, Mines.
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Bagwell, J. S. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 233, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 1, 1939, newspaper, October 1, 1939; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth826144/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.