The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on October 3, 1980 · Page 52
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The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee · Page 52

Nashville, Tennessee
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Friday, October 3, 1980
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Our G7 Friday Says: J l , ouse Lovers' 1 OVl . The Establishment will play for J- dancing tonight after the barbe-'y.cue and fried chicken dinner at "the "Old House Lovers Party" at a Palmer Place warehouse orig-:- finally a coffee mill. Cocktails will "arrbegin at 7 with Jill Klein enter-.retaining during this part of the ' The event is part of the ---.vweeklong Market Street Celebra-,-tion and a prelude to the Market ,3 .Street Festival Saturday. It's a fund-raiser for Historic Nashville, Inc. ".. ; Sandra Fulton is chairman of . the party and she'll be there along :.r vrwith Mayor Dick Fulton, Dot and 'Ellsworth Brown, Debby and Rick Mason (Debby is Festival Vi'thairman), Betty and Jim For-. 'irtSythe, Donna and Perry Dale, 'Laurie and Mark Aldredge, Pat " ""and Harlan Matthews, Frances and Allen Bryan, Lillias and Will ; -Johnston, Elizabeth Knox, Alex Gentlem, Ed LeJeune, Frank La-Var, Marti and Billy Rosenberg, Susan and Robert Tuke, Judy and David Wall, Mary Layden and Tory Johnson. Dinner To Honor Mary Coleman and Buddy Marilyn and'Dr. Dilmus Black-mon of Athens, Ga., will entertain M a dinner tonight at The "Cumberland Club in honor of ( their son, Buddy, and Mary Coleman Palmer, who will be married Saturday. The dinner will follow their wedding rehearsal at St. George's Episcopal Church and Mary Coleman's parents, Nancy Keen and John Gray Palmer, will assist in the hospitality. Among those from out-of-town pfanning to attend are Laurie Burrell of Fairfax, Va., Sally .Crickenberger of Alexandria, Va., Jodie Sartor of Howey-in-the- Hills, Fla., Dot Duffy of New -tTYork, Mary Coleman's godmother, David Alter Jr. of Shepherds-town, W. Va., Ann and David Hicks of Jacksonville, Fla., Martha and Bill Burpitt of Athens, Ga., Pat and Tom Adams of Montgomery, Ala., Floy Anne Oliver of Atlanta, Bill Shell Jr. of Memphis and Jean and Bill Ezzell jf. Lexington, Ky. Joanne Bailey and her daughter, Ann, will entertain today at the bridesmaids luncheon at their hfiune on Overton Lea Drive. " Rehearsal Dinner Planned for Tonight Karen and Guy Collier will enter-; tain at a dinner tonight at Hill-r wood Country Club in honor of their son, Phil, and Cathy Ford, -who will be married Saturday at roodmont Christian Church. Katie Sue and Carlos Ford, Cathy's parents, will help welcome guests. " Planning to attend are Beverly f'Ford, Cathy's sister, David '-'McGehee of Memphis, Margaret and Coleman Lowery of Jackson, Miss., Bobby Taylor of Chattanoo-, ga, Mark Wright, Vivian llnd the Rev. Frank Drowota, Dotty and '. Dan Stevens, Betty Lahde, Jere and Al Phillips, Steven Crouch, ; Auga and Charlie Mitchell, Mar jW rapa round. . . Continued from na?e 451 then improvisation by the actors ibf stories told by the audience. 1 The group will perform tomorrow, and each Saturday morning in October, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. aSt Eakin Elementary Sihool, 2400 Fairfax Ave. Admission to each performance is $4 for adults, $3 for children. : WalkOnBy ti your feet were made for walking, give them a treat this weekend at Radnor Lake. Tomorrow at 6 p.m. the ranger will lead a two-hour hike onto the old Hall farm for a look at twilight landscapes and evening wildlife. Reservations should be made by calling the Radnor office, 373-3467, tomorrow between 8:30 a.m. and noon. Sunday promises double pleasure, with a section of Otter Creek Rd. around the lake closed to automobile traffic and a one-and-a-hajf-hour nature walk to be led by a staff naturalist along the road. The closing runs from 1 to 7 p.m., with special parking arrangements for the handicapped or elderly available by informing the staffer at the barricade by the Radnor parking area. The nature walk begins at 3 p.m. and reservations are not necessary. SUNDAY Place In Time Rugby, Tenrt., celebrates its Centennial on Sunday, exactly 100 ...f f garet Longhurst, Mary Hawkins and Beth King. Cathy's grandmothers, Catherine Dickey and Beulah Walters, will entertain at a bridesmaids luncheon at' noon today at Hill-wood Club when Cathy will present gifts to her bridesmaids. Medical Auxiliary to Meet Today at Hillwood Club Dr. Jill Chambers, a practicing obstetrican and gynecologist, will be the guest speaker at 10 a.m. today when the Woman's Auxiliary to the Nashville Academy of Medicine meets at Hillwood Country Club. Dr. Chambers will address the theme the auxiliary has chosen for the year when she speaks on "Women in the '80s from TeenaJBe to Seniorage." Nancy Fleming and Peggy Groos will discuss plans for the training session concerning young people and the use of alcohol and drugs. This program will be sponsored by the Youth Forum of the auxiliary. Planning to attend the luncheon meeting are Betty Burnett, Ellen Smith, Len Tate, Mary Miller, Bobbi Carter, Nancy Crook and Gay Hurt. 'Conductors Circle' At Houston Hall Members of the Conductors Circle, major contributors to the Symphony Asssociation, ' were entertained Wednesday night at Houston Hall, the home of Mary and Dick Freeman on Belle Meade Boulevard, at a cocktail supper given by the Freemans and chaired by Judy Quinn and Rachelle Buchanan. , . On hand were Dr. Bob Quinn, Dr. Buck Buchanan, Mary and Lee Enoch and daughter, Morel Enoch, Elizabeth Weaver, Polly and Joe Murphy, Helen and Dr. Louis Rosenfield, Tooty Bradford, Ruth and Marshall Trammell, Mary Jane and Albert Werthan, Anita Stallworth, Mary Ragland, Ann and George Hill, and Margaret Ann and Walter Robinson and daughter, Elizabeth Robinson, Judy and Ray Danner, Gail and Bill Wilson, Damaris and Allen Steele. 'Hits of Broadway' Presented at Centennial Rachelle Buchanan, head of the music department at Centennial Club, and her committee for the day, Reed Beveridge, Mary Rag-land, Louise McCoy and Hazel Tudor, presented a group of Opry-land performers in "Hits of Broadway" Wednesday at the club. Cecy Reed was in charge of the decorations which were colorful fresh fall flowers. , Enjoying the program and luncheon were Marie Fuqua, Mary Olive Wade, Bess Tirrill, Dorothy Hicks, Frances Roden-hauser, Ruth Early, Mary Catherine Ford, Grace Stumb and Mary McClure. Peter Strickland, appraiser and specialist in 19th Century Ameri- years from the day the Utopian colony was dedicated by its founder, Thomas Hughes. , The original opening day religious service and Hughes' dedication speech will be re-enacted beginning at 11 a.m. Eastern time (10 a.m. Central time) at the site .,' of the Tabard Inn. A catered barbecue lunch (reservations necessary) will follow, along with tours of Rugby's historic public buildings and an original puppet show, "Rugby Vignettes," by Oak Ridge puppeteer Anna Cebrat. Lunch is $5 and admission to at : ternoon activities is free to members of the Rugby Restoration Association, $2 for non-members. Call the Association at 628-2441 for reservations and information. Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. William Jefferson Lovett of Franklin have named their son, born Sept. 15 at Southern Hills Hospital, William Jefferson Jr. Mrs. Lovett is the former Miss Sherry Overstreet of Franklin. Announcement Nashville's WKDF-FM and the Nashville League of Women Voters will hold a 12-hour voter reg-' istration drive romorrow from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the station's studios at 506 2nd Avenue South. The League will have volunteers at KDF to assist unregiatered Davidson County residents complete the short registration forms. V - ffimib iifi io m ! m nun tti in m t can Furniture from Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc. spoke on "19th Century American Furniture The Markeplace and the Historic House" at the Monday luncheon at the club. The program was sponsored by the Art Department with Betty Wheeler, chairman. Hostesses were Sally Beaman; Ruth Phillips, Alice Porter, Dot Dubisson and Maxine Batts. Dining on chicken croquettes, peach and almond salad, homemade rolls and date cake were Mary Buckner, Fifi Anderson, Pance Herbert, Damaris Steele, Jean Lightfoot, Louise Taylor, Nell McClure and Trudy Ligon. Homecoming Previewed At Tuesday Meeting Festivities surrounding Battle Ground Academy's Homecoming football game tonight with Lewis-burg High School were discussed Tuesday night when the BGA Men's Club and the Ladies Auxiliary visited the school and met the faculty. They were greeted by Jane and John Bragg, headmaster, and Sara and Luke Boyd, principal. On hand were Allister and Bill Estes, Betty and Steve McHugh, Ann Fletcher and Bill Cherry, Kay and Morris Williams, Jo and O.H. Rutherford, Betty and Chester Morris, Betty Jane and Jim Cook, Debbie and Tandy Rice and Missy and Leonard McKeand. Preceding the kick-off at 7:30 p.m. tonight there will be a pep rally and barbecue supper. at the school. At half-time the queen will be announced from the following class representatives; Anna-Gene Chalfant of Nashville, Lisa Cleveland of Brentwood, Leean Anderson and Lori Herman, both of Franklin, Elizabeth Brown, Leigh McClain, Daye Holland and Lissa Ring, all of Columbia. Dr. Craig Speaks At Woman's Club Dr. Mack Wayne Craig spoke on "Historic Nashville" at a dinner Tuesday night in Hailey Hall at the Woman's Club that had been decorated with fall flowers by Lucille Webber and Ann Yo-kum. The dinner honored members of - the advisory board and their wives. Receiving guests were Aileen and Jack Rogers and Maxie and James Anglea. Among those enjoying the evening were Penny and Webb Sher-rijl, Sarah Lee and Dick Vaughn, Kathryn and Lytton Clark, Louise and Earl Manning, Dixie and Hal Ramer, Marjorie and Arthur Burnett, the Rev. David Kidd, James Moore and Eleanor and Tandy Wilson. McNeilly Board Meets, Hears Summer Report Linda Arnold and Ann Cotton were hostesses at the Wednesday meeting of the McNeilly Day Home Board at Trinity Presbyterian Church. Members were treated to the slide presentation which was made to the United Miss Meekins Weds Recently Miss Denise Sarita Meekins and Michael Jerrell McBride were married Sept. 13 at the home of Mrs. Samuel Lavender Jr., 104 Moss Court in Henderson- ville, with the bridegroom's father, Elder Walter L. McBride of the Whitehall Pena-costal Church in Medon, Tenn. officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Meekins of Philadelphia and the bridegroom is also the son of Mrs. McBride. The attendants were Mrs. Lavender and Dr. Herman Beasley. Mrs. McBride Former Miss Meekins A reception was given at the home after the ceremony by the bride's parents. The couple lives in Bellevue. Promises, Promises' Adds Performance The Circle Players, beseiged with calls for reservations for their hit musical, Promises. Promises, have added an additional holdover performance tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. This matinee marks the third added date to the original schedule for its first production in its new home in the Andrew Johnson theater at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. Call 741-2787 for reservations. o On m m ..ii m t i.n 11 1 m nmti wnm n iniii 1, i m in 1 nn tn nrn r . I' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Freeman entertained at their home, Houston Hall Wednesday night in honor of members of the Conductors Circle, made up of major contributors to the Symphony Association. Mrs. Charles Ragland entertains at the piano for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kane, left, and Mr. and Mrs. David McQuiddy. Way allocations committee of children at the day home "doing their thing." Sue Biddle, director of the day home gave a report of summer activities and told of a parent advisory board which has been formed. . Jane Hightower presided and among those attending were Shelley Holman, Sara Hopper, Mollie Gavigan, Susie Claiborne and Joyce Cook. Dinner Planned For Pam and Jim Ann and Tom Fortier will entertain at a dinner tonight in honor of their son, Jim, and Pam Rutherford, who will be married Saturday. Kay and Richard Rutherford, Pam's parents, will assist in receiving the guests. Planning to be there are Cas Schenker and Sue Schenker, both of New York, Ellien and Danny McCann of Ohio, Susan and Steve , Matthews of Memphis, and Pris-cilia and Rick Scalf of Murfrees-boro. Pi Phi Alumnae Meet At Gail Wilson's , Members of Pi Phi sorority alumnae met Wednesday at the home of Gail Wilson on Ellendale Drive. Mary Dale Fitzgerald presented the program on the Mama Lere Home. Some there were Mary Lee , Jackson, Harriet Dorland, Kathy : 1 1 f'i. . J ILigL I - jfeJl l4hJi llwm J m e i B. 'U J 'Jl K-' Bill ' - WMMb&B : SHOP EARLY? FOR CHRISTMAS S 1 V 5 S S l .'V i 7 -J :& ' ' W It i Sanders, . Mary Prugh Alley, Becky Long, Margaret Wood, Linda McDavitt and Evy Kay Ritzen. Symphony Regional Council Meets for Lunch Sherry and Mack Sanders' home on Franklin Road was the scene of the Symphony regional council meeting and luncheon Wednesday hosted by Elsie and John Caldwell. Michael Charry, Symphony Opening Soprano Mai Olive Lusk and the piano duo ci Anne Gamble Kennedy and Matthew Kennedy will perform at a banquet tonight at the Radisson Plaza hotel celebrating the opening of the Kelly Miller Smith Towers. The Towers are a housing project for the elderly and handicapped sponsored by the Trustee Board of First Baptist Church Capitol Hill, Dr. Kelly Miller Smith pastor. The Kennedys will perform a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music. MRS. LUSK, a member of the Nashville Symphony Chorus, will sing a medley of songs accompa Kelly Miller Smith Towers THE SAVING PLACE Iroiluciitff our DnML! BSE fm tiait Doposi d d 6 d TUESDAY, SEPT. 30 THRU SUNDAY, OCT. 5 ALL NASHVILLE AREA K MARTS MCLUDWO: DONEL80N, MADISON, MURFREESBORO, HENDERSONVNXE, COLUMBIA. LAWRENCEBURO, DICKSON AND LEBANON. DAILY: 10 AM-8PM SUNQAY: 12N-S PM CLARK S VILLE, SHELBYVILLE, FRANKLIN i COOKEVH.LE DAILY: 10 AM4PM, SUNDAY: 1PM-5PM iin r - rnm ri ic an mum nn w. nti - t 5 1 i ' I j i Staff photo by Don loftin conductor, was guest speaker. Carole Sergent, president of the Symphony Guild, gave a report on the Street Fair, Mary Enoch reported on the Outing, and Lela Phillips on the Support Drive. ; Betty Walker ' presided " and some there were Hansi Orgain and daughter, Hansi Russell and Nancy van Leeuwe, all of Clarks-ville, Margaret Thomas, Lisa Re-negar and Mae Coffey, all of Shel-byville, Jane Rickman and Eleanor Ford, both of Hartsville and Sue Waite of Madison. Celebrated nied by Mary Parks. Dr. Sam ij. Proctor, minister of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in New Yotk John Work Ill's Concert Piece for Two Pianos (1953) and Milhaitifk "Brazileira" from Scaramouch Both are members of the Fisk University faculty. Mrs. Kennedy holds a degree from the Oberfiji Conservatory and Mr. KennedySs and faculty member at Rutgerji University, will be the feature speaker. The Kelly Miller Smith Toweri are the first minority-sponsored facility of their kind in this area according to church spokeswonv an Mabel Crooks Boddie. The banquet is open to the public; tickeis are $25. For information, contapt the church at 255-8757. , WbsIibm q !Po!al Package : "DOUBLE TAKE"...A creative! aoDroach to Dual.lmanA ! ri I I 1 . . a . a . -v ponran pnoiograpny. no aaai-. i hwiiui viiiiiyo iwi yiuua. ruse our selection. Backgrounds X may occasionally change. SalisI faction always, or deposit chee! fully refunded. j PACKAGE CONTENTS: 2-0xl0rsf3-5x7fs;1 157allsts, 4 Charms ' - - - i - - in,, i . inn(rio.j

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