Mr. Earl Parker and Miss Ruth Jennings, both of Collegeport, were married Sunday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Travis, the Rev. Travis officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker will make their home near Collegeport.
Judge W. S. Holman received a telegram from Clarendon this morning in which he was advised of the injuries sustained by H. A. Clapp, of Collegeport, in an auto wreck at Clarendon Saturday.
Mr. Clapp and two companions
were turned over and pinned beneath the car for several minutes before
assistance arrived. Mr. Clapp is in the service of
Tall baskets of gladiolas and white clematis will decorate St. Barnabas Church tomorrow evening for the marriage of Miss Emilie Elizabeth Hall and Vernon K. Hurd, which will take place at .
The Rev. Charles H. Marshall will read the service in the presence of about 300 guests, and following the ceremony a supper will be served to the members of the wedding party in the home of the bride's mother Mrs. F. Dixon Hall.
The bride is to be given in marriage by her brother, Ralph Hall, and he and the other men in the party will wear military uniforms.
Edward Wise will be best man and Glen McColm and Eugene Mechling ushers.
The bride's attendants will be
Miss Gladys Falconer of
Their gowns are made alike, being girlish affairs of taffeta in the pastel shades. They will wear Georgette hats of a shade to match their frocks and carry pink roses.
The bride will be a pretty picture in her robe of heavy white satin. The draped skirt falls in long simple lines and is elaborately embroidered with seed pearls. The pearl embroideries also outline the flowing sleeves and the square neck. Her veil of tulle which was also worn by her mother, will be caught with orange blossoms and extend to the hem of her court train. A shower bouquet of palest blush roses will lend an attractive touch of color to the costume.
Miss Hall is one of the most
interesting girls of the younger social set, where she is very popular.
She attended the
Hurd is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Burton D. Hurd of Hot Springs, Ark. He attended the
Mrs. E. R. Hall came down from
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Corse are the proud grandparents of a little grandson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Putnam.
Miss Nellie Richardson, the primary teacher, left Saturday on account of the illness of her mother. We all hope she will return in a short time.
Wallace and Warren are the names given to the Frost twins born to Mr. and Mrs. Frost last Friday.
There were quite a number from
here who were
Mrs. Wilson has opened a restaurant in the Post Office building.
The rain last week and first part of this week delayed the cotton picking for a few days.
Jack Holsworth was in
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Crouch were
Miss Nellie Richardson will not return to her school on account of the illness of her mother.
Miss Yeatts of Citrus Grove will take Miss Richardson's place as primary teacher in the schools.
The home of H. L. Burns was struck by lightning early Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Reeves of
Mr. Jack Holsworth went to
Miss Lena Corse came home from Blessing to spend the week-end with her parents.
Miss Lockley of
E. A. Holsworth went to
Mr. Burns expects to have his boat finished in a few days and will make regular runs to Palacios.
Merls Heisey will teach in Citrus Grove, being elected principal of that school.
A "parcel post" party will be held at the church on Hallowe'en. A supper will also be served there that evening.
The post office has been moved into Mr. Clark's store. Mr. Clark will be our new postmaster and will take charge in a few weeks.
Owing to the wet weather, harvesting was delayed last week.
E. A. Holsworth returned from
Mervin Campbell had his head cut open Sunday afternoon while playing on the pavilion with some boy friends. One of pipes fell from the top of the pavilion striking him on the back of the head.
Mrs. A. J. Crouch returned from
Mr. Hall was called to
Work has started on the church. The roof is being repaired and a general overhauling will be given the whole building.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are moving to Buckeye where Mr. Roberts has accepted a position with Mr. Stoddard. They are some of the pioneers of Collegeport.
Mr. C. Vick came in Wednesday evening to spend several days with his family.
Mrs. Theo Smith and daughter,
Mrs. E. J. Jones, came down for several days before returning to
The Hallowe'en party held at the church Friday night was quite a success. Over forty-five dollars was taken in.
Collegeport will rebuild their wharf and bath house as soon as the material along the bay shore has been salvaged. This work will be done by Roscoe Bolling.
Parties taking this material, accidentally or otherwise, lay themselves liable to a heavy penalty. This practice must stop at once!
Thos. J. Clark
Palacios Beacon, December 12, 1919
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Liggett
entertained with a four-course dinner on Dec. 2 in honor of their fifth
wedding anniversary. The table was beautifully decorated in green and
white, the bride's colors of the wedding. The place cards were made of
wood shavings held by little green birds which perched upon the
tumblers. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spence, Miss Ethel
Spence, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. E. D. Yeatts has moved his family from Citrus Grove into the Edwin Leach home, which he purchased.
On Thursday evening, Dec. 4, the
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spence, Miss Ethel Spence and Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Glasser Jr. came down from Buckeye Tuesday evening for the dinner party given by Mrs. Liggett.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hill are the proud parents of another little son, who arrived early Wednesday morning.
Mr. Clapp gave a very interesting talk to the boys and girls at the school literary society on Friday afternoon.
Mr. I. M. Glasser and daughter,
Miss Mirum [Miriam], left Wednesday for Buckeye, where they will visit for a few
weeks before departing for the North. Miss Mirum expects to go to
Mr. A. J. Couch is in
Mrs. Elmer came in last week for a few days' visit with old friends.
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