THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN AND NEWS: SATT'RDAY, OCTOBER 15,1910.
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MRS. WILLIAM A. M’GREGOR, OF NEW YORK.
As the guest of Mrs. John Marshall Slaton, Mrs. McGregor has been
pleasantly entertained the past weak. * She will spend several weeks in
Atlanta with relatives and friends, and will be with the Misses MoGregor,
in Copenhill, next week.
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Dr. and Mrs. John Atkinson Hunnlcutt announce the engagement of
their daughter, Eleanor, to Mr. Isaac Stilus Hopkins, Jr. the wedding to
take place on the evening of November 15, at the home, 325 Mllledge-ave.,
This announcement will be of Interest to a very large circle of friends
throughout the state. Miss Hunnlcutt Is a very beautiful and charming
young woman, who has frequently visited here. Sho Is very popular in
Athens, where her home hoe always been the center of a delightful hos
Mr. Hopkins Is the son of Dr. I. S. Hopkins, the well known Methodist
minister. He is associated with the law Arm of Rosser & Brandon, of
Atlanta, and Is a young man of many splendid qualities, and is very popu
lar in the social and business world.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Carter, of Jackson, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Annie Laurie, to Mr. Isaac Payne Mlddlebrooks, of Barnes-
ville, the wedding to take place early In December, No cards.
The Southern Mountain Educational
association, formerly known as the
Georgia 'Mountain Educational asso
ciation, will hold n rummage sole next
Friday and Saturday, October 21 and
22. All friends Interested In Industrial
education for mountain girls are urged
to aid the association In this work by
contrhuting rummage, to be sent to 23,',
South Forsyth-Rt, care Mrs. Small,
On account of the horse shoyv to be
held at the Auditorium-Armory next
week, the organ recital* which are
being given by Dr. I’Troy Starnes, wilt
be omitted until Thursday, October 27.
Mr. Walter Thompson Lane, of Valdosta, announces the engagement of
his daughter. Kutrina, to Mr. William Ashley, the wedding to take place
the lqtter part of the month. Miss Lane Is a handsome young woman add
has recently been a visitor in Atlanta. Mr. Ashley Is a prominent young
business man of Valdosta.
Mr and Mrs. Rufus J. Mabry announce the engagement of their daugh
ter, Olivia, and Mr. William E. Harrison, the marriage to take place Tues
day evening, November 1, at 8:30 o'clock at. tho Hapeville Methodist
Auditorium X)ct. 18-19-20-21. Mats. 20-21
Mrs. Allen Potts will drive her
jumping horses at each performance.
<1 The 11 th Cavalry Troopers
will appear in each performance.
Tickets on Sale at Daniel's, 45-47-49 Peachtree Street
Atlanta Day at Martha Berry School
At the meeting of the Atlanta Martha
Berry circle at the Piedmont Driving
club recently the circle decided to en-
tertnln the friends of tho ochool at a
barbecue to be given on the campus on
Thursday, October 27.
The 'members of the circle cordially
Invite all gentlemen and ladles who are
Interested In the school to be the guests
of the Atlanta circle on that day, so
that they may see something of (he
splendid work being done at the school,
The'train M ill leave from the union
station over the Nashville, Chattanoo
ga and St. Louis at 8:35 a. m.. return
ing to Atlanta at 7:45 p. m. on the same
day. The fare for the round trip will
be |3. All persons wishing to accept
the Invitation of the circle to spend the
day at the school are requested to noti
fy Mrs. Frank Inman at Ivy 282 as soon
at possible, that Miss Berry may know
how many guests to expect and prepare
Tho BEST Water For Constant Drinking
Purposes, and an Assurance Against
Typhoid and Other Fever Germs.
No Germs! No Dirt!
No Minerals! No Salts!
• PRICE PER CASE.
Six half-gallon bottles... $1.00
Allowance for empties returned BOo
Mrs. D. W. Morgan will entertain In
formally at a small bridge game on
Tuesday afternoon In honor of her
house guest, Mrs. Hodge Malone, of
The wedding of Miss Helen William
son and Mr. Ernest Qarfleld Beaudry
m*ill take place Saturday evening at
the home of the bride’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Willoughby Drew Williamson,
on the Boulevard. A receptloh will
follow the ceremony, after, which tho
young couple leave for their wedding
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Bores, Scalds. Bolls, Ulcers, Eczema,
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box parITe! A> MORSE SHOW,
ML and Mrs. Jqhn Grant will have
as their guests on Tuesday evening of
the opening performance of tho horte
show Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis. On
Wednesday evening they will entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Maddox, and
on Thursday evening they will have
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kiser.
Mr. and-Mm. Charles E. Caverly will
have as their guests on Tuesday even
ing Miss Annie Caverly and Mr. Ben
Tye. On Wednesday Mias Annlo Cav
erly and Mr. Tye will enterthln Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Northcutt, of Marietta, In
Mr. and Mrs. Cavcrly’s box.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kiser and Mr.
and Mrs. Preston Arkwright will occu
py a box together on Tuesday evening
at the horse show.
Up and Mrs. Henry 8. Johnson, Jr„
EVERYTHING IN DENTISTRY
At Popular Prices
GOLD CROWNS $3.00
SILVER FILLING.-.. ..SOc
GOOD TEETH $5.00 PER SET
NO BETTER WORK IN THE WORLD
Drs. L M. White and P. E. Coleman
THE WHITE DENTAL ROOMS mmwM mwmm
.tit. uiiu til i s, itciii y rt, sit/nisovMi, «ii.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Nixon will
occupy n box together at the opening
night of the horse show.
Mr. and Mis. Hugh Foreman, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Cohen and Mr. Joseph Brown
Connally wllj occupy a box on Wed
nesday evening at the horse show.
Mr. Eugene Haynes’ box party guests
on Tuesday evening will be Misses
Elisabeth Rawson, Charles Owens, Miss
Rose Briscoe of Knoxville, Mr. Clar
ence Hnvcrty and Mr. Stuart Boyd. On
Wednesday evening Mr. Haynes’ guests
will be Misses Owens and Briscoe and
Mr. Clarence Haverty.
It Is In time of sudden mishap or ac
cident that Chamberlain’s Liniment can
be relied upon to take the place of the
family doctor, who can not always be
found at the moment. Then It Is that
Chamberlain’s Liniment I, never found
wanting. In cases of sprains, ruts,
Mounds and bruises Chamberlain's Lln-
flhent takes out the soreness and drives
away the pain. Bold by dll dealers.
Our 32.00 Kodaks will catch that
cunning exprosilon of your child. We
do fine developing. Out-of-town or
ders a specialty. John L. Mooro &
Sons, 42 N. Broad-st„ Grant building.
ATLANTANS vTsTT IN COVINGTON
Covington, Gs„ Oct, 15,—Mrs. Bur
ton Smith, of Atlanta, Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. James M. Pace.
Mrs. D. D. Towers, formerly of Por-
terdale, but now of Montlcello, Is vis
iting Mrs. W. C. Clark.
Mrs. A. M. Turner Is going to Wln-
tervflle, Oa., for o visit of several days.
Mrs. L. P. Owsley, of Atlanta, is
spending some time with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pace.
W. C. dark, Sr., left for Canna-
Ware As Gift Goods
As Its worth as decorations and serv
ice Is appreciated (his beautiful ware
becomes fnore nnd more favored for
presentation purposes. We are show
ing many beautiful designs, a few of
.vhlch we list below:
Pitchers •. .. .. ..$ 5.00up
*),cnnter» 6410 up
Sherbet Glasses 7.50 up
.llghball Glasses 8.00 up
*ut dower Bowls 12.00 up
Coffee Bets . 20.00 up
Vnterpleee* 75.00 up
OEWEUOl) - 07 WWTEllAUU «T.
Sergeant Newton chapter. Daughters
of the American Revolution, held Its
fall njeetlng on October 12. The meet
ing was held with Mrs. P. W. Godfrey.
Tho following odicers were elected:
Mrs. W. C. Clark, regsnt; Mrs. J. F.
Rogers, vice regent; Miss Kate Butler,
recording secretary; Mrs. J. E. Phillips,
treasurer; Miss Anna Keith, corre
sponding secretary; Mrs. W. R. Ransy,
registrar; Mrs. W. R. Raney, delegate,
and Miss Knto Butler, alternate, to
the convention which meets In Savan
nah November 22 to 24. The chapter
made an appropriation to the Berry
school at Rome.
The marriage of Mias Helen Spain,
of Quitman, and Mr, Osgood Willing
ham, of Macon, was an event of the
week, taking place Wednesday evening
at the home of the brldo’s slater in
Pink and white was the cqlor motif
of the wedding, carnations and valloy
lilies being used for decoration and for
the bouquets of the bridal party.
The only attendants were Mrs. Her
bert Stubbs, matron of honor; Miss
Elisabeth Willingham, maid of honor,
and Mr. Broudus Willingham, Jr., acted
as best man.
TI10 bride wore a Paris gown of white
satin with overdress of laco, carrying a
bouquet of orchids and valley lilies.
Tho matron of honor and maid of
honor were gowned In white, carrying
A reception followed the weddlrig, the
young people leaving later for New
York. Upon their return they will be
at home In Macon. Tho nrlde Is well
known In Atlanta, where she has vis
ited the Misses Emma and Mary Rob
inson and other friends on many occa
sions. Mr. Willingham Is one of Ma
con’s well known young men.
Misses Mamie Lee, Martha and Daisy
Bearden, at First Christian church, cor
ner of South Pryor-st. and Trtnlty-
ave., Monday evening, October 17, at 8
o'clock, will render the following mu
sical program. A free-will offering
will be taken for the benellt of the
1. Organ, (a) Sonata No. 2 In C
minor, Mendelssohn; (b) Olfertolre No.
8, Wely; (c) Pavane Favorite (Louis
XIV), Brlsson-Squlres—Miss Mamie
Lee Bearden. ■
2. Trio (unaccompanied), "It Shall Be
Light" from "Holy City,” Gaul—Misses
Martha, Daisy and Mamie Lee Bear
8. PlanO'-Solo, Hungarian Rhapsody
No. 2, Llsxt—Miss Murtlik Bearden.
4. Duo, Organ and Plano, Selection
from "II Trovatore,” Verdl-Bellnk—
Misses Mamie Lee and Martha Bear
6. Trio for One Plano, "Overture to
Barber of Seville,” Rosslnl-Cxfrny—
Bearden sisters, ,
8. Organ. "Last Rose of Summer"
(variations), Dudley Buck—Miss Mamie
Lee Bearden. •
7. Duet, Plano, "Overture to'William
Tell" (by request). Rosslnl-Gottschalk
—Misses Martha and Daisy Bearden.
8. Trio (unaccompanied), (a) "Fairy
Chimes," Dlckes; (b) "The Butterfly,”
9. Trio (organ and piano), "Trium- j
phal March,"" Roe buck-Bearden—Hear- |
MI8S MARTIN ENTERTAIN8,
Miss Hattie Lou Martin entertained
a few friends Thursday evening quite
Informally at her home in Inman Park
with miscellaneous games and music.
The house was decorated for the oc
casion with quantities of goldenrod,
ferns and roses, and during the evening
Ices, punch and fruits were served.
Those present were Miss Olive Sher
rod, Miss Pear] Pint, Miss Ruby Wal
lace. Miss Fannie Cook, Miss Norms
McClain, Miss Ruby Carlton, Miss Hat
tie Mao Singleton, Miss B. C. Sudduth,
Miss Ruth Singleton, Miss Sadie Mar
tin, Miss Hattie Lou Martin, Mils Hy
son Johnsoh, Mr. Jos Willis, Mr. Walter
Chapman, Dr. Benxey Waller, Mr. Jay
Gore, Mr. T. O. Grlgg. Mr. B. M. Nosh,
Mr. J. P. Simmons, Mr. T, J. Redding,
Mr. Charley Chase, Mr. Wilbur Bu-
ran, Mr. J. W. Anderson sjid Dr. George
MR. AND MR8. VVIMBI8H
ENTERTAIN ON FRIDAY
One of the happiest events of the
week was the bridge party given by Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Wlmblsh at their home
on Peachtree-st. on Friday evening In
honor of Miss Annie Caverly and Mr.
Ben Tye. a very popular young couple
whose marriage next month Is being
f ireceded by a delightful series of par
ies given In their honor.
The beautiful hpme of Mr. and Mrs.
Wlmblsh was decorated for the occa
sion In quanttltlea of pink and whits
ros«s, which, with the usual pretty
House plants, made an effective decora
In the game of bridge Miss Kathe
rine Cox won the ladles’ prise, a pret
ty souvenir, and Mr. Charles Shelton
won the gentlemen’s prise, an ash tray.
Miss Caverly. the honor guest, was
presented with a handsome plaque of
After the game an elaborate and de
licious supper was sseved.
Mrs. Wlmblsh, the cordial hostess,
was gowned In a becoming lingerie
gown, elaborate with lace and em
Miss Cavsrly, the attractive honor
guest, wore a smart toilet of chiffon,
combining the shades of nlte green and
shell pink, made over foundation skirts
of satin. The corsage had a garni
ture of silver and crystal, with smart
touches of black. A boa of marabou
feathers completed her beautiful tolleL
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MRS, OWENS CHAIRMAN.
MIS8 PITT8 TO 8PEAK AT
Tho members of the Sunday school of
tho First Presbvterlan church will have
a treat on.Sunday morning, when Miss
Mamie L. Pitts will speak to them,
having as her subject “The Cathedrals
of Europe ns I Saw Them.”
Miss Pitts, who Is one of Atlanta’s
well known educators, spent the sum
On last Sunday she told of the Pas
sion Play, which was greatly enjoyed
by her hearers. Her tall* on Sunday
morning will be equally delightful, as
she Is a very Interesting speaker and
will bring before her hearers a vivid
picture of the beautiful cathedrals of
Mrs. Frank Owens’ day at tho D. \*
R. restaurant Monday promises to be a
pronouifced success. Friends of tho
gracious hostess ore entertaining
her honor and a most cordial Invitation
Is extended tho public to come and
be served to the best home cooking.
The following ladles will assist Mrs.
Owens: Mesdames William Iaws
Peel, Henry Bernard Scott. Spencer /
klnson, J. C. Hunter, II. L. Collier,
Hughes, Felton, Jonas, John Moody, A.
P. Coles, H. C. Barnes, Perry Nielson,
Emily Carter, Irvine, Walter Steams,
Corrlnno Horton and Jo Parmele.
The attractive waitresses are
Elisabeth Rawson, Hdlth Hum.,
Mary Helen Moody, Mnrion Perdue
Caroline Perdue and Misses Watts.
The menu follows;
Creamed Chicken i-*>
Potatoes au Grattn Waldorf Sal.id
Hot Rolls Cod’.*,
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