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Birthday Party - The Bee : Danville, Va., Thursday, December 5,...
The Bee : Danville, Va., Thursday, December 5, 1940 appetwiq,) appearance its a the 42, y, FOK brother the I for Edwin Vann Liles and MIES • Edna j Irene Powell, both of Danville, were j united In marriage Tuesday afternoon afternoon at 2 o'clock by the Rev. P. W. j Hocfge. pastor oj Shelf-on Memorial | Presbyterian Church. The bride wore a coatume of soldier blue with black accessories and hat to match, and carried a corsage ot red roses and lilles-of-the-valley. Those attending the wedding In-j eluded the Immediate family of the j bride and groom and a few close j friends. Upoii their return from a wedding | trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ules j will reside at J432 North Main Street, i * * * '{ SelKiniriclfl Woman's i Chili 'Meets Tonight The Schoolfield Woman's Club will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at ths Welfare Building, SchoolflelcV. The subject for tha evening's program program will be "Christmas in Art nnd Music." The George Washington High School glee club, under the direction direction of Miss Elizabeth Oliver, will sing. Plans will be made at this time for the Christmas party. Hostesses for the meeting are Mrs.. S. J. Harris, Jr., Mrs. W. D. Barrier, and Mrs. R. B. Lorell. • * • • Anne Kll/.n Johns Chapter r. l>. C. Meets Anne -Eliza Johns Chapter, United Daughter of Confederacy, held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon afternoon in the chapter room of thc Memorial Mansion with an historical program, "HospHaliza;lon During the War Between the States" being the subject. Mrs. T. S. Williamson, program chairman, reviewed the book. "Seventy Five Years in Old Virginia" by Dr. Herbert, Clalborne, giving many In- j tercstlng experiences of the soldiers i during the war. She spoke of the work of Dr. Claiborne, Claiborne, a. very noted surgeon of Ptters- i burg, Va., nnd how he converted svn | old warehouse into an emergency hospital hospital and made It comfortable and adequate to take care of hundreds of ! wounded, soldiers. The chapter had an interesting visitor, visitor, Mrs. Edith Brockett from Seattle, Washington, who was returning from the National Convention in Montgomery. Montgomery. Ala. Mrs. Brockett gave a brief report of the convention nucl told of the work of the United Daughters Daughters of the Confederacy in the state of Washington. Mrs. Brockett Is third vice president of the state and has charge of the children's work. For some time the chapter has been considering considering improving the chapter room and a committee was appointed- to look into the matter. Jon-is, John Jones, Jr., Henry Lee Sublett, Bob Denny, jr., G. V. Hylton, Hylton, Ellis Knowles, Ira Hancock, Wll- lard Blanks, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lester. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lester, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Lester. -* * ' Allrusa Club Meets Friday Night There will be a supper meeting ol the Altruaa Club at Hotel Danville, Friday night at six-thirty o'clock. Plans will be made at this time for the Christmas party. flnnlci) club of Danville fsom a visit to her brother In-law, Dr. and Mrs. Wallace in Statesvllle, N. c. .. ._ , . _o— . .'. '...: Mrs. Philip .Whltaker and Philip Whttakcr, Jr., of Tenn., who have bsen former's mother, M.-s. N. H. wood, and Mr. Whl taker here for a. brief stay, nave to their home. . '» Mr. and Mrs. Ira McMann have been, spending .a fe'w New York and Mrs. c. S. who has been visiting in ) returned Tuesday. They were panled home by Mrs. Douglas of Bayside, Long Island, who spending several days with her Anderson. Garden Club of Danville will meet Friday afternoon at four o'clock with Mrs. Louis N r . Dibrell at her home on Broad street. This will be a business meeting. Members are asked to bring exhibits exhibits of Christmas arrangements. * » » j ' (.'lum-li Society Tn Meet Thc Ladies' Aid Society of the Schoolfield M-jthodisfc Church will meet Friday night at seven-thirty o'clock at. the home of Mrs. D. B. Greene, 74 Lee Averfue. All members are asked to be present. • * * I'rnyer Scnson Observed At Moffett .Mem. Church Thc Woman's Missionary Society ot Moffett Memorial Church will continue continue their season of prayer tonight through Friday night at seven-thirty o'clock at the church. Tonight, Mrs. J. H. Spear, of Chatham, Chatham, will be the speaker and Friday night a playlet entiled, "Her Lengthened. Lengthened. Shadow" will be presented, showing the chief events in the missionary missionary life of Miss Lottie Moon. Honored On Birthday ' The Misses Virginia and Doris Les-; ter entertained Saturday night f or j their sister, Miss Inez Lester who celebrated celebrated her fourteenth birthday on that date.' Games and dancing were enjoyed'; ' after which refresnments were served. Among the guests attending were: the Misses Loraine Sublett. Agnes Fulton, Rebecca Hudson, Alma Wagner, Wagner, Margie Jones, Mary Ann Vernon. Peggy Slayton, Marie short, Phyllis Reynolds, Colleen Gammon. Alleno Jones. Lois William, Marie Wiles. Dorothy Dorothy Deny, Evelyn Harrison, Adelele Scarce, Jeanne Walker, Bobby Ann Wilkerson, Imogens Jones, Virginia Haraway, Jean Moorelield, Cathryn Neal, Ruth Mantis, Margaret Davis. Rowena Fuller, Rachel Hnraway, Dorothy Dorothy Major, Drena Hubbard, Mary Dortd, Mozelle Drtimwrtght. Gloria Major, Barbara Lester, Corlnne Lester, Wilma Trent, Nanette Phelps. Frances Denny, Gurdine Link. Mcrrell Plott, Bobby Purdum, Fred Colston, Richard Scarce, Bobby Hudgins, Hudgins, Horace Smith, Ralph Walker. Jesse Yates, Langs ton Altlce, Grover Keen Street t.'roup Ao Give « Play A play, "The Old District School," will be presented by Keen Street Church at Dan River High School on Friday night, Dec. 6 at eight o'clock, the proceeds from which will be used by the Dan River Lunch room. * • * Personals Mrs. Worth B. Griffith Is an operative operative patient at Memorial Hospital. C. Mack Hasty entered Memorial Hospital yesterday for treatment. Mrs. William H. Brydou. who has been visiting in Richmond has returned returned to her home on College Ave- r.ue. Malloy Butts, of Grove Street, is n patient at Memorial Hospital. —o—• Mrs. W. S. Royster, of Farmvllle. N. C.. is visiting her. sister-in-law. Mrs. L. H. Burnett and Mr. Burnett. —o— Miss Carrie Hoffman has returned PROPOSE TO FIX ROVING Methodist Plan Also Setting All "Dated" Holidays on Same Week Day ATLANTIC CITY, N.'J.. Dec. —-The Methodist Council of has approved a proposal to a world calendar on which ail holidays would occur the ench year and all '"dated" would fall on the same day week each year. For Instance, on the calendar Christmas would come Monday every year. Eastsr on April second Sunday of the Fourth of July on Wednesday, Labor Day on September 4. The calendar which the Council approved yesterday, composed of a 12-month present. Th-a first months quarter—January, April. October—would have 31 days others 30. In addition. December an extra Saturday at the end would be a holiday called Y." An extra holiday would at the end of thc second leap years, designated ns Day" or June L." Rights of Way Still Sought on New Truck Lane Work la still in progress the rights of way lor the Belt Line.and it now seems that any construction work possible before the first of the Securing the rights of not .been a. simple task since persons have had "to = be propositions made and counter proposals made. The been . whittled down now three pieces of property to "acquisition or which is hoped to be through compromLse'spnrfng DECEMBER HUCIOUS

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  2. 05 Dec 1940, Thu,
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