THURSDAY. JUNE 28, 1923.
Social and Personal News
OF WIDE INTEREST.
Of state-wide interest was the wed
ding of Miss Sybil Nannette Millsaps
and Mr. Robert Lee Russell of Atlanta,
which was solemnized Wednesday, June
27th at nine o'clock ii the evening at
the Christian church. The Rev. John
H. Wood, of Rome, officiated., the im_
pressive ring ceremony being used.
The church was most attractive in
elaborate decorations of pink roses,
smilax, ferns and handsome palms. In
the center, immediately in the rear of
chancel was formed an altar of smilax
interspersed with pink roses, on either
side of this equisite floral arrangement
was a wicker floor basket tilled with
pink roses. The whole being softly
radiaut from the light of many pink
tapers which lent magnificent grand
eur to the scene.
While the guests were assembling.
Mrs. J. W. Griffeth rendered a beauti
ful musical program. Preceding the
approach of the Ifridal party Miss Mar
garet Russell sweetly sang, “I Love You
Truly,” and “When Song Is Sweet,’
with'soft instrumental accompaniments
by Mrs. Griffeth. The after strains
euphoniously melodizing into the sweet
strains of Lohengrin’s wedding march,
to which the hridal party entered. Dur
ing the ceremony “To a Wild Rose”
was rendered. Mendelsshon* s wedding
march was used as a recessional. Mrs.
Griffeth was charming in a most at
tractive costume of brocaded gold cloth.
And Miss Russell was lovely wearing
a handsome gown of silver cloth elab
orately trimmed with rhinestones.
First to enter were the bridesmaids
and croomsmen who were Miss Kath
leen Wilson, wearing a beautiful gown
of green chiffon with gold trimmings,
and Mr. Jack Kearslev. of Roanoke,
Va. . and Miss Montine Robinson wear
ing a lovely gown of pink Georgette
with silver trimmings and elaborately
beaded, and Mr. Joe Quillian.
Then Miss Mary Louise Johns who
was quite attractive wearing a lovely
model fashioned of orchid chiffon
with orchid lace trimmings and silver
ribbons, and Mr. G. W. Millsaps.
Then Miss Pauline Thompson, of
Hawkinsville, who was radiantly gown
ed in yellow georgette with trimmings
of silver lace, and Mr. Keith Quarter
man. The bridesmaids carried the
beautiful Shepherdess crooks. Next
entered Miss Carolyn Russell, sister of
the groom, who was the little flower
girl, she wore a dainty little frock of
peach organdy and carried a basket of
beautiful garden flowers. Master Geo.
Watson Smith, as ring hearer, wore a
beautiful suit of white satin and car
ried the ring on a white satn pllow.
Next came Miss Patience Russell,
sister of the groom, as maid of honor,
wearing a beautiful gown of orchid
chiffon, exquisitely trimmed with sil
ver lace, and carred pink roses.
The bride entered with her father,
Mr. Green S. Millsaps. who gave her
away in marriage, and was met at the
altar tyv the groom and his best man,
Mr. R. R. Russell. Jr., and the Rev.
John H. Wood, of Rome, the officiating
minister, the impressive ring ceremo
ny was performed.
The bride was beautiful in her gown
of white satin back crepe. An ornn
ment beaded of pearls marked the waist
line, and crystal and pearls outlined
the cascade draperies on the side. Her
long court train of the same material
was also bordered with crystal beads
and heavily embroidered with pearls
and crystal. Her veil wa3 becomingly
caught to her lovely hair with a
wreath of orange blossoms, and she car
ried a Ifridal hououet of white roses,
showered with valley lillies.
Immediately after the ceremony, a
brilliant reception was held at the
home of. the bride’s parents. This
home which is well adapted to the en
tertainment of a large assemblage of
guests such as were present on this oc
casion. presented a scene of lovliness.
a profusion of ferns and garden flow
ers in shades of pink being used, the
color motif of pink and white was car
ried out in every appointment.
The receiving line was composed of
Mr. and Mrs. Greene S. Millsaps. Chief
Justice and Mrs. Richard B. Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. Roliiert Lee Russell,
and Mrs. Gordon Greene. Capt. and
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman. Mr. and Mrs.
.Tames Bowden, Mr. and Mrs. John
Among those assisting in receiving
and entertaining were Dr. and Mrs. C.
B. Almond. Col. and Mrs. J. C. Pratt,
Judge and Mrs. W. H. Quarterman,
Mr. and Mrs. IV. M. Holsenbeck, Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Flanigan. Mrs. Herschel
Smith. Mrs. John H. Smith. Mrs. Claud
Hancock. Mrs. Henry Pledger, Mrs. Os
car Summerour, Mrs. G. C. Moseley,
Mrs. .1. A. Huff, Misses Elise Starr.
Desma Elder. Mabel Jackson, Margaret
McWhorter, Flossie HensoD, Josephine
House, Beulah Ferguson.
The bride’s hook was in charge of
Miss Harriett Russell.
These young people are very promi
nent and popular, representing as they
do two of the oldest and most influen_
tial families of Georgia..
The bride is the only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Greene S. Millsaps and
is one of Winder’s most charming and
most beloved young ladies. The groom
is the second son of Chief Justice Rich
ard B. Russell and Mrs. Russell and is
a rising young attorney of Atlanta.
During the evening Mr. and Mrs.
Russell left on a motor trip to Ashe
ville and other points of interest. On
their return they will be at home at
their apartment at 833 W. Peachtree,
The bride’s traveling suit was a
smart three-piece model of dark blue
poiret twill, with which she wore a
lovely summer fur of sand color: her
hat and other accessories were also
Among the out-of-town guests were
Captain and Mrs. Gordon Greene, of
Richmond, Va., Misses Harriet and Ina
BY MRS. J. B. PARHAM,
MRS. H. T. FLANIGAN ENTERTAINS
AT MATINEE PARTY.
Quite an enjoyable event last week
was the matinee party on Friday after
noon given Wv Mrs. H. T. Flanigan,
honoring Miss Sybil Millsaps and sev
eral visitors in the city. After a most
delightful time spent at the Strand
Theater the guests were served dainty
refreshments at the drug store. Misses
Margaret Russell and Kathleen Wilson
The guests were Miss Millsaps, Mrs.
G. S. Millsaps, Mrs. W. A. Brooks, Mrs.
Hubert Eberhart, Mrs. R. L. Rogers,
Mrs. E. R. Ellerbe, of Latta, S. C., Mrs.
B. B. Jackson of Charlotte, N. C., Mrs.
Oliver, Mrs. Burdette, Mrs. J. P. Eb
erhart. Mrs. Joe Estes, Mrs. W. H.
Quarterman, Sr., Mrs .R. B. Russell,
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman, Jr., Mrs. Jim
Bowden of Atlanta and Miss Patience
AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION.
Last Thursday afternoon, the Rara
ca class of the Methodist church gave
a delightful barbecue at the fair
grounds in honor of the Philathea class
of the same church. In a contest be
tween the two classes, the Philatheas
won, and the Baracas paid the forfeit
by giving the barbecue. The latter took
their defeat good-naturedly and did
their best in paying the forfeit.
Several interesting games were play
ed before dinner was announced, among
them dropping the handkerchief and
base. Messrs. M. J. Griffeth and Guy
Kilgore seemed to be the most popular
young men in the crowd. After the
games were over the crowd was invited
over to the barbecue, and it was all
that could have been desired. Every
body enjoyed the occasion to the ful
MR. AND MRS. W. J. BURCH
ENTERTAIN FOR COUSIN.
Mr. and Mrs. Burch gave a bridge
party last Thursday evening in honor
of Mr. J. H. Blackwell, who was spend
ing a few days with them.
After several interesting games of
bridge delicious cream and cake were
served. Those invited were Mr. and
Mrs. R. 11. Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Moseley,
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. DeLaPerriere and
Mrs. Joseph Broome.
MISS NETTIE BAGYVELL
Miss Nettie. Bagwell delightfully en
tertained at her home MondaV night
in honor of her houseguest, Miss Lillian
Johnson, of Charlotte. N. C. The lawn
was decorated with Japanese lantens
under which many rustic benches were
placed. Music and proms were the
features of the evening. Misses Anita
Bagwell and Caroline Alkin presided
over the punch bowl. Miss Bagwell was
assisted in entertaining by her moth
er and Mrs. J. M. Aikin.
Those enjoying Miss Bagwell’s hos
pitality were Misses Lillian Johnson,
Sara Joe Roberts, Alice Dunn, Mary
Quarterman, Essie Lee Williams, Lou
ise Williams, Gladys Eavenson, Fan
nielu Tucker, Margaret and Nell Wal
ker, Helen McWhorter, Tempy Harris,
and Kathleen Wilson; Messrs. Truett
Brookshire, Jack Melton, Charles Mc-
Whorter, Julian Wilson, Charles
Sheats, Henry Bradley, Hope and Bur
Camp, Kinch Carpenter, Harold Mc-
Donald. Frank Bondurant, John Rob
inson. Julius Beddingleld, Perry Hill.
Sam Autry, Harold Starr, Hearst Bag
well and Ralph Hardigree.
Miss Lillian Johnson of Charlotte,
N. C., is the charming house guest of
Miss Nettie Bagwell.
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Mrs. H. N. Rainey, Miss Mattie Lou
ise Rainey and Mr. Nixon Rainey of
Atlanta were visitors in Winder this
week and were among the out-of-town
guests at the Millsaps-Russell wedding.
* * *
Mr. Cagle and daughter. Miss Cagle
and Mrs. Boston of Texas were visitors
in Winder this week.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs.
Hundley and little sons, of Post, Tex
as, are visiting relatives in Minder.
They formerly lived in Winder and
have many friends here.
• • *
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brooksher an
nounce the birth of a daughter, the
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Dr. R. P. Adams, of Bethlehem, pass
ed through Winder Tuesday on his way
to Atlanta. He goes up with Jim Do
zier, who will act as page in the legis
lature for the next two weeks. .Tim
Dozier is a Ninth Grade W inder Hi
Boy and we know he will do his part
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker, of Wash
ington, D. C. and Mr. W. L. W alker,
of Beaumont, Texas, have returned to
their home after a visit to their moth
er, Mrs. TV. R. Walker and sisters, Mrs.
I). I). Kesler and Mrs. I>. S. Thomas.
Mr. TV. M. Chastain, one of our best
citizens, who has been operating a bar
ber shop in tin* Winder National Bunk
building, has gone to Gainesville where
he is engaged in a like ISisiness. TT e
regret that we have to give up this
Russell of Washington, I). C., Mr. Jack
Kearsley, of Roanoke. Va., Miss Ruth
McCulloch of Marietta, Capt. and Mrs.
TV. H. Quarterman of San Antonio,
Texas, Mr. and Mrs. John Millsaps, Dr.
Joseph Jacobs, Mr. Walter Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. Lodowick Hill, Jr.. Mr. and
Mrs. James Bowden, of Atlanta, Miss
Pauline Thompson of Hawkinsville,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hancock, Mr. and
Sirs. John H. Turner, Mr, Morris Bry
ant, Mrs. Southworth, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Nix, and Mrs. W. J. Wills of
JefTerson, and Col. Lewis C. Russell,
of Washington, D. C.
Mrs. H. T. Flanigan and Mrs. G. A.
Johns spent Monday in Atlanta.
Mr. A. T. Harrison and son, Joe,
spent Sunday in Atlanta.
* • •
Mr. J. L. Saul was the guest of rel
atives in Lawrenceville las. Sunday.
m m m
Lagree Jacobs was the guest of Ralph
Hardigree a few days last week.
* * •
Mrs. Guy Kilgore will have as her
guest for a few days Miss Daisy Rum
seur of Atlanta.
• • •
Mrs. W. A. Bradley spent the past
week end in Atlanta with Mrs. Jewell
• • •
Miss Edna Perry of Menlo, Ga.. spent
the past week end here as the guest of
Mrs. J. C. Pratt.
• • •
Miss Sara Mae McWhorter left Mon
day to enter the summer school of the
• • •
Mr. R. L. Carit.hers and Mrs. H. T.
Flanigan were visitors to Athens last
• * •
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herrin and
young son of Athens were visitors in
Winder the past week end.
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Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Walker and fam
ily, of Gainesville, spent Sunday with
their mother. Mrs. W. R. Walker.
• • •
Mrs. A. T. Harrison has returned
hoe after a few days visit with friends
and relatives in Atlanta.
* * *
Mss Sara Barber of Atlanta is spend
ing a few days here with Miss Blanche
Smith and other friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kilpatrick of
Atlanta spent tin* past week end in
Winder with relatives.
a a •
Miss Luicle Daniel, who has been
visiting friends in Lawrenceville, has
returned to her home in this city.
a a a
Mr. Charles W. Jackson of Atlanta
was the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Judson Jackson on Sunday.
a a a
Mrs. Brunelle Smith, Misses Rachel
Saunders and Helen Jackson and Mr
Charlie Smith spent Sunday in Gaines
• a a
Mr. James H. Blackwell of Portland,
Oregon, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Burch for a few days. Mr. Black
well is a cousin of Mr. Burch.
• • •
Col. and Mrs. J. C. Pratt and their
guest. Miss Eilba Perry, of Menlo,
spent last Sunday with relatives in
The many friends of Mr. Harry Mil
likin will regret to learn that he is ill
at the Piedmont Sanitarium in Atlan
a a a
The many friends of Mrs. George
Fortson will regret to learn she is
quite sick at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jackson.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Harris announce
the birth of a daughter, the 23rd, lust.,
she has been given the name of Lucy
■ ft *
Jack Millikin of Thomson was in
the city a short while Saturday after
noon en route to see his father in At
a a a
Miss Nellie Sununerour and Miss
Katherine Wiley have returned to their
home in Decatur after a visit to Miss
Blanche Smith and others.
* * *
Mrs. Vella Mae Smith and Mrs. Bru
nelle Smith have returned from a visit
of several days to Mrs. John McDor
man in Abbeville. S. C.
a a a
Miss Lila Mae Stanton, of Social
Circle, is spending a few days with her
sister, Mrs. Lee DeLaPerriere on Can
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sims and little
son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stewart and
Mias Nelda Stewart spent last Sunday
in Bogart with Mr. and Mrs. Malcom.
a a a
Misses Olivia and Elizabeth Kesler
tlie little daughters of Mr. and Mrs
,f 11. Kesler of Jackson county, are
spending several days with their aunt,
Mrs. C. H. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stewart of Post,
Texas, are visiting relatives in Winder
for the present. Their many friends
are glad to welcome them and to know
they are doing well in their far wes
• • •
The many friends of Mr. J. TV. Eav
enson of Bowman will be glad to learn
that he Ims improved from his recent
illness. Mrs. TV. C. Horton recently
spent a few days in Bowman with her
father, Mr. Eavenson.
* * *
Editor Dake of the Douglasville Sen
tinel, and Mr. and Mrs. Selman, of the
same city, were visitors in Winder a
short time J Monday. They were on
their way home from Athens.
* • *
Mrs. Rottert Camp is spending this
week in Winder during the absence of
Mr. Camp, who is attending a confer
ence at the Autocar Truck Factory in
Philadelphia. While in the East Mr.
Camp will also visit New York and At
• * *
Mrs. Fannie Stanton, who has been
spending several days here and at Jef
ferson with relatives and friends, re
turned to her home at Social Circle
last Friday morning, on the following
morning she fell and broke her right
arm* near the shoulder. Her many
friends here will regret to learn of
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