lyi—By MRS. ALICE 'Al^AMS—Residence" 832. .
; MARRIAGE. ,.
!|l A LA MODE
k In Siami. both the bride and
[ bridegroom ;cbange their style of
| ; halrd resiling <nt their wedding day
|ii 'The bride's hair la cut short!
i? which Indicates that now she is
I matron. . , , _
i.t The . bi^ilcBrsiom has worn his
I longp)ait down his back
'Vtyroughouk his bachelor days, but
, ,Jpw he terlata it Into a knot on
;j top of his head, this being the
i badge of-the-married man.
I'.HOUSEHOetfT 7 ® -
At a fraction the cost fo feathers
pVb? pl,,ow ,m,nBs
il Cut a package of cotton Into
Kf 1 IJTK& them ,n ■ r>an
isnd keep Jhfcmjti an oven for half
''do noT r sco h &' CarCfUl that t,10y
Each tiny plWe will swell to
.nefi n 8,ze »Dd have
Tactically no weight.
Saturday^evening Mrs. T. H. Me-
Hatton entertained the Military
circle of the University in honor
of Major McHatton, who received
his commission In the reserve
corps of the U. tr. Army last week.
Five tables of bridge featured' the
charmingly ■ planned occasion
which was so characteristic in de
tails of the delightful home. The
spacious rooms were thrown
(tether radiant and beuutiful in
tile bright decorations of sprina
blossoms, baskets and silver vuses
of winter honey suckle and great
bunches of flowering quince, made
an effective setting with many
soft shaded lights and glowing
fires every where. Few homes are
more charming for entertaining,
always attractive In the handsome
furnishings of antique mahogany
and lovely draperies harmonising
so beautifully, but above all, the
Cordial and gracious hospitality is
always the domlnent feature. Fol*
lowing the spirited game an elab*
orate and very delicious sujipcr
Was served. Major r.icflaltdn Is
being showered with the happiest
congratulations from his wide cir
cle of friepds on the recent boner
berferred, not only In Athens but
throughout the strfte. The delight
ful party was one of the gay sea
son’s most notable social evoniis.
CAPT. AND tyR& JOHN
NICHOLSON ENTERTAIN -
One of (he week-g loveliest social
events was the delightfully planned
bridge party at which Capt-^and
Mrs. Jehu Nicholson entertained
Friday evening in compliment to
the Military Circle of the Univer
sity. Six tables of bridge was the
enjoyable pastime. The beautiful
home was .ary bright and lovely
In the Valentine decorations witji
quantities of crimson flowers and
red tapers, adding a cheerful glow
to the/ picturesque background.
Cay Valentines were Introduced in
the pretty score cards ami other
artistic details. Following the
geme two deliicous courses were
Mrs. C. M. Walton won the la
dles top score prize, a fapey comb,
Capo. Walton the gentleman s prize
a leather key holder.
Mujor McHatton was awarded
the consolation, a box of candy
representing a heart-shape Valen
The guests included Col. nnd
Mrs. D. W. Ryther, Major and Mrs.
McCoy. Capt. and Mrs. McOarrlgte,
Capt. and Mrs. Gerfen. Capt. and
Mrs. Wise, Capt. and Mrs. Walton,
Major and Mrs. McHuJton, Major,
Burch, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dorsey.
Jr., Misses Claudte Flpnlgen, Jo
sephine Wilkins, Natalie Bocock,
OHo Vincent, Mr. Homer Nicholson
nnd Mr. Joe Billings. ' *
MR. ABIT NIX’S ADDRESS
ON THE BALLOT
AND ITS OBLIGATIONS.
Mr. Ablt Nix addressed the citi
zenship class of the Y. W. 'O. A.
at the Y. W. C. A. club rooms Frt-
| day (evening, February
| subject was "The Ballot and' 11
Obligations.’’ Mr. -Nix pointed out
j very plainly that It was the white
} woman's sacred obligation Ho reg-
> Ister nnd Mote. He also outlined
| methods of determining your vote,
and gave some traits of character
| to look for In the candidates.
• He ended his talk wilh a dls-
i eussion of parties, policies, and
’ theories of government.
I This was the first meeting of
1 the Citizenship class. Mr. An-
; drew Erwin will speak next Fri
| day evening on "The Fundamen.
j tala ct City Government. - ' AH wo
men of the city are urged to at-
MISS EDITH H0U8E
TO ADDRESS GIRLS
8UNDAY Y CLUB.
Miss Edith House, of the Uni
versify cf Georgia will address the
Girls Sunday Y Club Sunday after
noon at 3 o’clock, at tho Y. W. C.
A. club rooms.
t Miss House is a prominent law
student at' the University of Geor
gia. She Is viery active in all lines
of Interest of the University and
(Is quite popular. '
All the girls of the cily are in
vlted to attend.
CIRCLES AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Tho circles of tho W. M. S. of
the First Baptist church will hold
meetings this week ns follows:
Circle No. 1 with Mrs. Anna Me
GoWan, 539 Pulass: Bireot at 4:30
Circle No. 3 with Mrs. Ed Jack.
Come up ladies, don’t hang back.
Hovy much will you bid for thief
brand new, wonderfully equipped,
It! is a regularauction
sale. This genuine Sellers
will be placed in our win
dow. To the woman who
makes the highest bid it will
be sold without further ob
ligation. The winner will be
announced in our store win
dow. No bids received after
7 p. m. Saturday.
Goes To The Highest Bidder
NOTHING TO BUY-NO STRINGS TO THE OFFER
Everybody Invited To Make A Bid!
Come and see this beautiful cabinet. See
tihe wonderful features and unusual con
veniences that have made it famous.
Every woman who appreciates comfort,
health and beauty, should have this great
modern kitchen helper. Say what you will
pay for it Make your bid on the <$upon
below. Seal it in an envelope and bring it
to our store personally.
No bids sent by mail will be considered.
A competent committee will open bids
and select the highest.
'•u!.V •- " : i ' . .
GRAND AUCTION SALE
sellers Kitchen cabinet
All Bids Must Be Received By Saturday, February 17th
Fill in this Entry Blank; ahd,hapd into oiir store in person.’
No Mail Bids ConsWered. ; y
^orsey Furniture Co.
Quality Furniture Since 1884 4
ANNIVERSARY week specials
MONDAY Wallace Reid Monday
For cast, story and whe
some laughs—-the great
American comedy e v j
And Bryant Washburn
, First Southern Showing
Clara Kimbal Young
“THE WOMAN OF BRONZE”
MONDAY-TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY = EXTRA ADDED ATRACTtON
“UNIVERSITY BULLDOG ORCHESTRA”
son at 4 o’clock Wednesday after-
Circle No. S with Mrs. E. J.
I O’Kelley at. 4 o’clock Wednesday
Circle No. 10 at the church at
I 4 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Circle No. 11 with Mr*. C. A.
1 Lanier at 4 o'clock hursday after
noon and all other circles at '-he
I home* of their respective chair-
I men at 4 o’clock Monday afternoon.
[ . J]
I OF THE HOME
j SCHOOL CLUB.
The Home School Club had n
| very enjoyable meeting on the of-
i ternoon of February nth at tho
j borne of Mr*. Alice Adams on Hill
I .street, Mrs. E. H. Dorsey preaid-
Tbs Coxy llbtle house was Itself
I charming with glowing fires, shafts.
I of Western sunlight on walls and
I furnishings .the deeper yellow dar-
llls in fascinating pottery and
I the . trailing green and scarlet of
| the partrldgo-berry. Assisting
Sella Hull, Mr. A. L. Hull,' and'
Miss Laura Speer, the novelist's
characters found living tnuerpro-
ters on an Improvised stage In
many of tho older homes of Ath
Mrs. Strshan closed ber program
by severnl readings from David
Copporflcld, and ended as befitted
the season with Sam Weller's
A social hour follow|ed made
more enjoyable by cups of delicious
tea. with equally delicious sand
wiches and macaroons. The next
social meeting of the club will oc-
cur In tho thiru week in March
atr the home of aflss Mary Bacon
on Hill street. Mrs. Dunlcan'Bur-
nett will be assistant hostess'. A
brief business meeting will be held
nt the Y. w. c. A in the course
of a week or ten days, and will
bo duly announced. >
M. A. B.
D. A. R. BRIDGE PARTY
The largest social
ovent of tho
Mrs. Adams in her cordial hos- i past .week was tbe brilliant and
very lovely brldgo party at the
Georgian hotel sponsored by tho
Elijah Clarke Chapter D. A. R„
with the regent Mrs. E. L. Griggs
chairman assisted by a splendid
committee. Twenty-two tables
wore grouped In the banquet hall
of the Georgia made very attrac
tive with stately palms and foil,
ago plants. Much of the success
was dug tho contributors who wore
Mr. Cannon and -Mr. Swilling of
tho hotel and the Dorsey Furniture
Co., and Bernstein Bros., for the
use of tables and chairs. To John
son’s shoe store for a lovely pair
of silk hoso which was the first
prize won by Miss' Frances Rowe,
and Scott Bros, for tho beautiful
Jnrdentcr and the exquisite bloom
ing hyacinth by Crucedale won by
Mrs. Jermwalt, of California, as
tho second prize,
The winners of tbe prii
each table for high acortr were
Mrs. Lewis Davis, Mrs. James
Paine. Mrs. W. C. Grier. "Mrs. Wal
ter pttner, Mrs. Ben Crane. Mrs,
Paul Holliday,* Mrs. Ross Crane,
Mrs. ^Valter pope, iMrs. Joe Stew
s', Jr.,.Mrs. T. H. McHatton, Miss
Vances Holden. Miqs Anns Jor-
'«n. Mrs. Ned Hodgson. Mra. J. W.
tarnett, Mrs. Gerfen, Mn. John
Hunnlcutt. Jr., Miss Louise Mor
ris. Mrs. David McNeil, Mrs. Gol
den Knight, iMrs. Burney Dobbs,
Mrs. W. H. Bocock, Mrs. Louise
I pltallty Were Mrs. W. F. Dorsey
[ and Mrs- J. W. Wester.
The Home School club is mndo
I up Of Athens ladles who wero once
pupils of Miss Cnlllo Sosnowskt—
J with a few privileged associato
.members. Thoir purposo in this
I very Informal organization Is to
I honor their teacher’s memory by
endeavoring to express tn three
mctlngs, very simply and sincere-
J ly, something of that beloved lady’s
fine Idealism In social and inter-
| Icctual pleasures.
Mrs. Charles M. Stratum had
I chargo. of tho program for tho af
ternoon. producing much Intel ost-
Ina loro as to the month of Feb-
I rtiary Itself, and listing the many
I notables, ancient and modern, not
I forgetting good St. Valentine, who
i claimed it as thoir birth-month,
I Among nil those, the speaker's
I personal liking centered - upon
Charles Dickens, born February
I 7. 1812, bis mortal Ilfs ending i n
11870,’ but thb children of. his brain
| destined to entertain and ennAde
I the English-speaking race for at
I least another century. In prabt
jot.this, Mia. Strahan said that.,
In bptte of .more recent hooks tout
( the general, idea' that we prg io!
[longer a reading people; tho sdp
| of Dickens' novels was <fcrtate»
j last year than ever before.
Only to name nls best-krixwn
| characters waa to give a longer
I roll of men, women, and little
| children, familiar, to our memory
[ and treasured tn our affection,'
| than could be claimed by any oth
er writer, and more real to us
j than the potables of history. And
at thla Dickens enthusiast named
from memory her own aoqualnt-
| ancles among theee more or lea*
worthy Immortals, there waa the
frequently audibly response of
merry recollection from her in
terested auditors. For wane of
the* ladle* there .was an addi
tional chain of memory going back
to the yean when uner the lead
ership of guch Dlrkpns enthusiasts
and- many other gay activities all
of which completed a most delight
fully and enjoyable social event
MRS. JOHN R. WHITE RE
Y. W. C. A.
The board of directors of the
Y. W. C. A. held a moat tntereet-
lng and enjoyable meeting with
the president Mn. John R. White
Friday afternoon with almost every
member present Mrs. White
presided and the devotional was
led by Mn. Eustace Stevens and
Mn. Frank Lipscomb, followed by
the various monthly reports which
showed greet progress and grow-
Ing Interest In every department
of tho association, which day by
day la growing in the splendid ac
tivities In leaps and bounds under
the guiding band of Mn. White
find her fine chairmen. At this
meeting the re-election of Mrs.
White and a few othen was tbe
inhat Important feature, and the
vote waa unanimous notwithstand
ing she begged to make way for
some one else, but .this waa not
even thought of by the board for a
single minute. Miss Mary Lyn
don was re-elected secretary with
Mn. D. H. McNeil assistant secre-
LUNA CLUB CELEBRATE8
WITH VALENTINE PARTY
The Luna club of the Univenlty
which probably has the largest
membership in the city, held
charming social meeting Saturday
evening when nearly one hundred
and fifty guests were preaent
Every , feature emphasised the
valentine season most beautifully.
Six little girls dressed In white
—“*■ ~"l wings represented cupid
wen shown of people re-
—* valentines, there were
er with iMn. Everett Patman as
sistant Treasurer. Tbe list of the
various chairmen and co-cllalr-
men wasn’t completed, but will be
announced later. A delightful
social hour followed which was In
deed an elegant and very charm
ing party. The charm and beauty
of the home wds accentuated In
the artistic decorations of golden
daffodils and sliver bowls of vio
lets. .The tes table presided eve* by
Mrs. T: J. Wootter snd'Mrs. J. A.
Darwin was exquisitely appointed
with a basket of the bright flow
ers In the center around which
silver candlesticks holding jolloW
tapers were grouped. The •'.nlnti-
est china and handsome silver com
pleted thd perfect details. A C'Mcl
ous salad and Ice course were serv
ed. Mrs. White Is such a charm
ing and gracious hostess as well
si a splendid and efficient presi
dent that all agreed the enjoyable
and lovely meeting socially and
from a business standpoint was
HEART TO HEART PjftlTY
Tuesday evening at 8:30 at the
Georgian hotel the American Le
gion and woman's auxiliary will
meet jointly for a business meet
ing followed by a lovely Heart to
Heart party and brilliant dance at
A. H. Nicholson Tuesday aft*
noon at 4 o'clock at her homo ,
Henderson avenno, nil memb
invited to bo present.
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ALL SUNDAY SCHOOL
WORKERS OF METHODIST
CHURCHES MEET THIS
AFTERNOON 3 O'CLOCK
All Sunday school workers
tho Methodist churches arc calls
to moot this nftornoon at 3 o’cloj
nt tho First Methodist church
hear more about the inovnmti
and tho work contemplated for tb
organization of tho Sunday acuo
TOO FEW - Hf.
■ Mrs. Pennybacker said at the Bl(|
onnlal at Chatauqua lost summe
■There ore not too many
meads, but tooo few brown he:tiln.'
■Every club In the Georgia Fede-I
[ration Should be the Mother of a|
Girls' Club. There should be htufl
dreds et Juniors In our great stato
organization. They will . enjoy [
putting on pollto vaudeville, bin
face mlnetrel acts, home madol
candy sales, bul beet vf all they,
should be Interested in a 8lfiM
program of worthy objectives ■
tary, Mrs. Katie Palmer Treaaur- (vurloue forms of service both or-
Iganlxed and personal. It means ■
something to belong to Idle largest
and strongest organization In th“
state, it would mean a great daw
to put over a Greater Tallulah
Falls Day.’’ j tnink IP would bttl
JOE BROWN CONOLLY
CHAPTER TO OIVE PARTY
The'Joe Brown Coaolly chapter
will give . a lovely petty at the
Normal school Friday evening
which promises to be a very Intyr
eating and happy social event
CHAPTER F. MEETS TUESDAY
WITH MRS A. R. NICHOLSON
a good thing If a gavel could ho
presented to the district president
getting the lafgeet number of
Juniors In tho Federation.
Below are a few rules for or
ganizing a Girls’ Club:
1. Survey field of girl* clubs
already organized In your commun
ity—appeal, to them to become
members of the Georgia Federa
2. Survey field for organizing
a new girls club, perhaps calling
It “The Junior Club. Determine
Idteregta and. activities. > tij
8. Choose a club mother or
I sponsor for the group Interested.
Perhaps have a senior club mem
ber help with each meeting.
. 4. Have' girts elect own offi
cers—let girls, themselves make
own rules regulations dues, etc.
5. Choose some progressive ea
well aa some Interesting line of ac
tivity—have an aim.
8. Have at least tlx study pro
grams during the year.
7. Make social part as whole
some and interesting as the study.
8. Allow any girl from nlno
years on belong to the Federated
■8. Try to have the girl* own
their own dues, stress giving .*
| bazaar, silver tea.
I^HKoeti the highest ambition*
and idegls uppermost; help them
jo Increase in pride, poll* m ,d per
u I llL_.? nd Mra ’ IIoyt MUIcr. ot
Hartwell, miHHionarioH to Congo