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Huntsville Weekly Times (AL)
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Description: Society (cont.) - Mrs. Rice Entertains at Rook;
Mrs. Booth Entertains Thursday Rook Party;
Mrs. W. W. Hill Entertains; Other Society Items;
Navy Recruiting Station Is Established Here;
Recorders Court - Two Cases Against Hartfeld

Date: August 19 1920

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Madison County, AL Library

Page/Column: Page 2, Columns 4 & 5

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Mrs. J. D. Rice Entertains at Rook for Visitors
Last evening at the cozy little home of Mrs. J. D. Rice on White Street, a number of guests were invited in honor of Mrs. Davis of Dallas, Texas, who was formerly Miss Carrie McCravey of this city, Miss Earl Cook of Kentucky and Miss Bessie Jones of Dallas, Texas.
The home showed a floral artistic touch displaying the yellow daisy and sun flower in the arrangement.
Rook was played at four tables at the conclusion of which a dainty ice course was served with the individual cake carrying out the color scheme.
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Mrs. Booth Entertains Thursday Rook Party
The Thursday Morning Rook Club met this morning with Mrs. A. M. Booth on Randolph Street. The home was lovely in nasturtiums, while two tables of congenial friends participated in the games. A series of six games were played and at the noon hour an elegant two course luncheon was served on the card tables. Mrs. Alice McCravey, W. Clinton St., will be the next hostess to the Club.
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Mrs. W. W. Hill Entertains
Mrs. W. W. Hill entertained on yesterday evening at her lovely home on Randolph Street in honor of her guests Misses Hester Baker, Edna Grum and Geneva Hill.
Music and games were features of the evening and at the conclusion of the entertainment an ice course was served.
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In the personal article in these columns yesterday concerning Inzer B. Wyatt, Jr., the word “praise” was somehow substituted for the word “poise” as written, and which better conveyed the meaning intended.
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Mrs. Robt. Morgan and two children of New Orleans who have been visiting the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dillard on Randolph Street have gone to Atlanta, Ga., to be the guests of Mrs. Henry Matthews.
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George R. Hunt returned home yesterday afternoon from Corinth, Miss., greatly improved in health and with the recovery of his normal strength will be in a finer health condition than in some years.
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Mrs. David A. Grayson who is summering at Monteagle with her children, Mr. Grayson going up for the week ends, is down spending the day with friends in the city.
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State Senator Ed Butler was in the city yesterday from New Hope. He came the new pike road across the mountain, the Big Cove road.
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George W. Miller of Meridian Street left today for Uniontown, Ala., where he has accepted a position and where his family will join him later.
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Miss Elizabeth Jones of Dallas, Tex., is the delightful guest of Mrs. Walter Byrnes.
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Miss Gladys Holmes and grandfather E. C. Landers are attending the Shelbyville Fair this week.
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Miss Jennie Dilworth left today for Birmingham where she will visit her sister Mrs. B. G. Harper.
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John W. Williams and wife and Miss Rannie Williams are spending week at Crutcher’s Springs.
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Miss Ruby Haden is visiting friends in Cullman.
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Elgin Geron is in Bedford County, Tenn., attending the fair.
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Miss Irene Anderson of Athens is the guest of Miss Lucile Coons.
Lieut. Commander H. C. Wick, temporary navy recruiting officer for the state of Alabama is in the city and has established a navy recruiting office on the third floor of the local government building. Petty navy officers will be in charge the latter part of the week. North Alabama headquarters will be established in Huntsville. Enlistments will be taken from men 17 to 35 years of age for 2, 3 and 4 years. Many educational advantages are offered thru the navy, including good trade.

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Two cases against Wash Hartfeld, with cash bonds forfeited to the amount of forty dollars, constituted the business this morning. He was charged with an affray, and resisting an officer in the discharge of his duty. That’s dangerous foolishness.

Submitted: 09/12/19

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