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From: "Kathleen Duvall" <>
Subject: [OHHAMILT] Society Notes
Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 21:41:00 -0400
December 31, 1937
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller Spencer (Thomasia Hancock) are receiving
congratulations over the birth of a daughter, Belle Clay, named for her
grandmother, Mrs. Harris Hancock (Belle L. Clay) and her aunt, Mrs.
Aza Atkins, born on Wednesday, December 29, in Charlottesville, VA.
Sharing in the congratulations are the maternal grandparents, Dr. and
Mrs. Hancock, and the maternal grandparents [I think they meant
paternal], Mr. and Mrs. James W. Spencer of Winfield, Ohio.
Miss Dorothy Kirkpatrick is enjoying having as her week-end guest
Miss Virginia Spiker of Piqua, O, who arrived on Friday in time for the
New Year's Eve celebrations and with Miss Kirkpatrick and her fiance,
Mr. Bryon Huffman, will enjoy the dance at the Country Club and make
the roudns of several other New Year's Eve festivities. Miss Spiker will
remain in Cincinati until Monday.
Dinner Preceding Theater Party
Miss Gwnnedd Owen will be the hostess at a small dinner preceding
the Church Mission of Help theater party on Monday evening at the
Cox Theater for the opening night of Noel Coward's series of plays,
"Tonight at Eight-thirty". Miss Owen's guests will include the Rev.
and Mrs. Joseph Fletcher, the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Ware, Miss
Marion Duncan, and Rev. Harold Bell and Mr. Chastain Paurman.
Miss Duncan will entertain before the dinner with a cocktail party for
the same group at the residence of her father on Observatory Road.
Among the latest to secure tickets for the theater party are Mr. and
Mrs. J.C. Richardson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Leach, Miss Mary D.
Johnston, Mrs. William Cooper Procter, Mrs. Mortimer Matthews, and
mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller.
Despite the fact that the ticket sale is going extremely well, there are
still some of the less expensive seats remaining and a few available of
the remaining ones.
transcribed by Kathleen Duvall
more to come later.....