THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN,
»ATCnDAT. orTnnRn a, iw.
.TO, MISS WITH AM.
' Mrs.-John S. Ralne entertained at a
Beautiful' luncheon Saturday In honor
of Miss Laura With am and her brides
maids. . V ■ . ' ,
i ::The table, 5 whlch was covered .w ith a
lace clppi.'-had as a centerpiece a bowl
of yelmw ddfillnt. The IIelite were seen
through yellow shades, and the whole
. effect was especially artistic and pleas-
was gowned In a white
““ pith* dainty* laces.
Amerlcun, who Is the
der fashioned •. with
tfA$rorera pretty toilette
_ . hand embroidered anfl
‘tifimrtled with baby Irish lace. Her
*nat ifcaa black trimmed with plumes.
;Besides the guest of honor ond Mrs.
Bncot, there were preseht: Miss Effle
'Beale Phelan. Miss Agnes Ladson. Miss
1 Martha Whitman, Miss Emily Lowndes
k j MR8. DICKINSON.
;.*Mrs. Edward, Buford at he'r home, at
charge,-assisted by^ Rev. llendree Har
rison, of Ocala, iFIa. v j ,
■ The bride's toilet was of 4?hlto mes-?
saline trimmed with rose point lace.
The bridesmaid and maid of Honor
j wore decolette go\yi* of while silk
i mull primmed wjth Ducjiess lace. t
| After thn wedding an elegant'recep-
, tton was given by Mrs. William Mar-.
| land at her home on Solomon street.
; The house was profusely decorated
. with palms and vases of plnk.ro*©*- ..
* Mrs. Starnes and Mrs. Watt received
thotguests In the hall and'Mrs. Harrl-
on-4nd Miss Opal Smith pjpskled In
h*.dlnli)g room. - ’ * *
nlpg room. w . <
.The out-of-town guests at the wedi
^Uhg and reception were Miss Helen
Muliand/of Boston, Mass.,’and Messrs,
tfahison and Dllllnghnm, of Augusta.
Dr. and Mrs. Littleton - left on the
Southern, at 8 o'clock for a trip to
Washington city and New York.
The marriage of Miss Kate B^llowe*
of Eufaula, and Rev. Marlon Auld, of
South Carolina, will take place October
10 at* the home of the bride at Eu-
I^nnville/Tenn., gave.a charming din-*
'ner party Thursday .evening In honor
. her slrfter, Mrs.'A. A. Dickinson, of
Jtlanfa, Wflo Is Mrs. Buford's guest at*
jMiyifind fcfrejwllllftm Stuart Wltham
• jhve 4 lssued< Invitations to the marriage
of their daughter,* Laura, to Dr. Rufus
•Thomas Dorsey, the wedding to take
■ place /on the evening , of Thursday, the.
18th of October, at' 9 : o'clock, at th4
home* of Mr. and .Mrs. Wltham, 795
Dr.,Dorsey and his bride will be at
*N>me after November 1 at 312 Juniper
Photo by Motes and Clark,.
M.IS8 '8ILVEY 'SPfEEto
Miss Speer la'the<.'daU«hter"ot.M r .
and Mrs. Vv. A. Speer, of this city, and
Is one of the most attractive members
of the younger set.
A •:» * % n A
MRS. GORbON^M. B^CK,
NEE MISS WHEELER.
LUNCHEON TO MIS8 WITHAM.
’ Miss' Laura Wltham will be the guest
. next Saturday by Miss Agnes Ladson
at her home, on Peachtree street.’
J . Y. W. C. A.
'C’Tha. Toppgj Women's Chrlatlan As
soc I a yin n has announced the opening o(
tlielr '..educational department for Oc-
•Mber.'lS.i ; . "■ , ; *
,c IThefcourse In millinery Is very much
. ehlargyd this year and Includes every-
flilng-necessary for the construction of
hats, as well as (the art of, handling
ribbons, etc. .
. The lessons may be taken as de-
- sired and will embrace botti winter and
summer millinery. Then are two
courses, one of twenty, the other of
fifty lessons. , ■;
. . Stenography Is also taught on Mon
days and Fridays from fi: SO to 7:19. ' V
vVciasses In English will he formed, sm-,
bracing courses In arithmetic, historic
grammar,. spelling, etc. If you are-
contemplating a civil service examlna-
[bn ll Is well to brush up. on these
subjects, likely to have grown rusty
• French, German and Spanish will
also be taught.
The gymnasium will maintain Its
record 1 of; the mult and be one of the
float "popular natures of the associa
tion. jClasrteirahe to be held as follows:
Mdndiys and Hati
aturdnys, Juniors, 3:15 to
t ip. in.: yonug women, 4:15 to 5:15 p.
hi : btfslqjm kdJndn?*:30 to'7,:S0 p. m.f
TiuMleye and Frlrmys, matron*' class,
in to lla.|m.; (advanced clas, 3 to ♦
•foie last class Is the 6. I.iS. P. Club on
Tuesday and the Clover on Friday.
. Both of these clubs have a literary fea
ture with supper. First meeting nl 6
p: m. 1
j j Fencing will again ho n part of tho
iInstruction under Mr. A. D. Dupont.,
tlnstructlona In corrective gymnastics
edn t>c hnd privately by special np-
ipolntment with the physical director.
fThtp rainy weather has dlsappolnt-
led many tennis enthusiasts. The courts
' at Ponee -DeLeon can bo used nt nny
, time by gymnasium members, weath
er permitting, hut present conditions
[bsntlnalng prospects for the proposed
'Opirnktient will be very black.
i should register nl the
‘dirtiest possible date.
1 ^Devotional services are held In the
1 association rooms on Tuesdays and
Fridays nt 6 for 15 minutes, and on
•Wednesdays for a like period nt 12:46.
A Friday st 4 the Sunday school les-
'son Is studied. Any one Interested In
•Invited to attend. On Tuesdays nt 7
‘there Is a sendee nt the Boarding
fThe only department of the nssocls-
'tlon to continue the entire year Is the
"Tho'wii'of fare'is simple, but
Wholesome, and very reasonable prices
prevail. Many men ns well ns women
are numbered, npipng the patrons.
MEETING OF EXECUTIVE
, COMMITTEE WOMAN’S CLUB.
Ah Interesting meeting of the ex
ecutive committee of the Woman's
pit* .wins ^q|dN this moijdng at the
*|\jf f ' | I feft * *****
(tome 'of the president. Mrs. A. McD.
Wilson. There was n full attendance
and many Important affairs were
DANCE AT SEGADLO’S.
The dance at Segadlo’s Friday even
ing was one of the most successful of
the season. The chaperons were: Mrs.
Carroll Payne, Sirs. Nash Broyles and
[llr. and Mrs. Edward Fortson, and
among those dancing were: Misses
MacOowan Phelan, M. A. Phelan. Ro-
llne 'Clarke. Hattie May High, Laura
Payne, Leone Ladson. Janie Speer,
Helen O'Brien.; Bessie Pope, Susie Mny
Pope, Julia ’ ifisdor, Lottie Peck Wy-
The engagement of Miss Roberta
Qarollne Goodman, of Marietta, to Mr.
Bayard McIntosh has been- announced,
tho wedding to take place early Jh De
' rf [SELDEfTWALTON.
Invitations have been Issued to the
marriage, of Miss Jennie Lee Walton,
of Augusta, to Dr. J. M. Selden, of
Sewanect which will take place Wed
nesday, October 17, at the Church of
the Good Shepherd, on The Hill, near
COMPLIMENTARY TO MISS MABLE
Mrs. Mitchell Rogers, of Macon, was
the hostess at a dinner party of twelve
covers on Tuesday evening in,compli
ment to her guest. Miss Mable, of At
7 ATLANTA WHI8T CLUB. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson
renthlried the members of > the* -Sjlaritfr
-Whlsl Club Friday evenlnr'at tlft club
rooms In’the Grand.
Miss Jlpry Klngsbery, playing With
Mr. Oscar Pappenhclmer, and Mr.
Samuel Meyer, playing with Mr. Ai'ch-
lltnld Davis, made top scores, playing
north and south.
Judge' Walter Colquitt and Mr.
George Howard made top scores, play
ing east.-nnd west. The lady’s prise
was a pearl pin and the gentleman's
were library knives.
The players included: Miss Mary
Klngsbery, Mr. Pappenhclmer, Mr.
Samuel Moyers. Mr. Archibald Davis,
qnd Mrs. Thomas Irwin, Mr. nrid
. Charles Eleyea, Mrs. Harvey
Johnson. Miss Julia Hammond, Mr. and
Mrs. A. c. Coles, Mr. Harvey Johnson,
Mrs. Thod Hammond, Misses Calhoun,
Mr. Henry Mills, Mrs. Ralph Van Land-
Inglmm, Mr. Bon Conyers, Mr. Ralph
Van Laqdlngham. Mr. Sam Conyers,
Mr. Llthcol, Mr. Wnlter Colquitt, Mr,
George Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Lowry.
Arnold, Captain Hansell, Mr. George
Judge Shelby, of Huntsville, Ala.
Pink'rose* were'use® In profusion In
‘the aft 1stIc decoration of Judge' and
6trs. Pardee's home. The table was
beautiful with a cut glass vase filled
with plnksroses placed In. thf venter.
while the pink shades of silv.erjcande-
labra, plnij bon-bj/Tls, Ices ’nhity other,
CHILDREN OF THE U.,D. C.
TO BE ENTERTAINED
The efilldrcn of- the '..Confederacy,
Julia'Jackson Chapter, will be enter
tained at their regular meeting Friday,
October 11. by Mrs. A. J. Wurm at her
promptly at 3 p. m. An excellent pro
gram will be rendered and a full at
tendance is expedted.
TO MISS DUNCAN.
Mrs. George S. Obear will be among
those entertaining next week for Miss
Margaret Duncan, whose marriage to
Mr. Virgil Shepard will be an Interest
ing event' of October 17. Mrs. Obear
will give a delightfully Informal Dutch
supper, only the members of the bridal
ptif-ly to he invited. . .
A pretty ’ event rift next week will) he
tne afternoon tt-a-ot •Alilch Mrs. Jojtn
Davis Carter, Jr., Ml entertain next
Friday afternoon at her home on Bal
timore Block. • it
IN HONOR MISS MOBLEY.
Mr. and Mrs.“Henry DoGIvc-ghve a
theater party Friday night In honor
of* Miss Ethel Mobley and J R^r. Sims
Bray. Tiio.iother members of’the’par-
ty included Miss Kate Robtitt’on, Rtlss
Jennie Mobley,'Mr. 81ms Bray, Mr.-Ju
lius DcGIve, Mr. Burt Adams,
MRS. LONQINO’S LUNCHEON.
Mrs. Thomas C. Longlno will enter
tain at a luncheon'next Wednesday. In
honor of M(ss Laura Wltham and her
attendants. ,, ,, ;t ■
Mrs. Bonglno’s guests wilt. Include
Miss Laura Wltham, Miss Martha
Whitman, Miss Agnes Ladson, Miss
Elite Beale Phelan, Miss Samuella
Whitman, Miss Elizabeth Adair, Miss
Emily Lowndes, .RIIss Gladys Levin,
MIssvBesslq Pope, Mlls' M. A. Phelan,
Miss Alma Pope, Miss Grace Calloway,
Miss Ethel Kelly, RIIss'Ethel Mobley.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Gate City Hive No. 4 held a special
meeting Thursday evening In their
hall, 123.Peachtree, which was well at
tended .and much Interest was,mani
fested In the affairs that were dlscuss-
Qulte a number of names were
balloted on.. Several visiting members
from Atlanth Hive were present..
-Mrs. R. X, Oplrln, stdte dpmpjander,
assisted by members'.from the differ
ent hives In Atlanta, will entertain In a
rest tent on the fair grounds during the
ten day's of the fair season. All are
cordially Invited to visit the ladles and
partake of their hospitality.
, WEDDINGS~AT MACON.
Several Interesting marriages oc
curred during this week at Rlacon, all
of them on Wednesday, October,3. At
/clock, In the jifternoon of that date
JiflSs Hortcnse; Morris w)ts married to
Mr.‘ Samuel Dlumberg, of New York,
•t the residence of the pride's parents,
Mr/, and Rtrs. M. J. Rloirls. .The bride
.. _ sister of Dr. RInx RIorris, and
the groom Is an architect of repute,
being now occupied In.lhe construction
of the new poatofflee building In Rta-
con. The wedding was a pretty,home
affair with no attendants. The bride
wore n white satin .wedding gow
trimmed In duchessc lace, a tulle veil
nnd cnrrled white roses. A reception
followed the wdddlng, after which the
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the great distinctive quality of this delightful con-
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Besides tasting good, candy must possess the
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truthfully lays claim to the above named attributes,
and also, to the fact that it is manufactured in the
cleanest factory in the country. Comparison with
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. ; HARR0LD-8HAW.
The moat prominent wedding for the
autumn in Macon, annoupced no far,
will be flat of Mis* Helen Shaw.nqd
~ •. C. C%arrold, which occurs on ()c-
llllam Checkley Shdj^.J
Mrs. Gordon M. Buck, daughter
of the lato General Joseph Wheel-
, or, * who twar manied^at her 'home
. In »Whee|er Alu.^a few duyft.ago.
ilisSrk, rWs Slarshnll, Arthur I^ane,
LyTO.Wf*w;^w*Hn*jjiann ; ;^rthui>v*:R<jcolntti nil go to t
and Logan Clarke, Tony Williams, church building fund.
Gene Ottley, Walton Harper, Kugene
Haynes, Messrs. McDmigal, Hhelhy,
Eastman, McCarty, Dugus McClesky,
Charlie Carson. ,
Miss Janie Speer wore-a becoming
gown of blue silk mull.
Miss M. A. Phelan was most attrac-
trlinmnd with lace nnd medallions, nnd
Miss M&cGowon Phelan's pretty gown
was of white silk.
Misses Martha and lfesslc Woodward
wore white lingerie gowns, , trlmnyed
Yflth'Iace.- * •
Miss Hattie May High was beauti
fully gowned In blue silk, accordeon
Illsf 8u*lo Mny Pope were- white,
fh^ red klrdlc giving a becoming touch
of color. . * w .
Miss'*'Resale Vep« was In White*.silk,
and' Miss’ Halite ' Cobb Johnson" wore
LITTLETON • MARLAND.
At Griffin tho largest event of the
week was the wedding of Miss Mary
King Murland to Dr. James Rufus Lit
tleton. of Augusta
St. George church was beautifully
decorated for the occasion In palms and
To the strains of the wadding march,
rendered by Mrs. J. A. Stewart, first
came the ushers, Dr. M. F. Carson und
Mr. D. J.‘ Bally, then the bridesmaids.
Miss Lucia Starnes and the maid of
nondr, Miss Helen Marlnnd.
The bride came In with her broth
er.. Mr. George Marl^and, and was met
tered wtth hW best man, Mr. T. II.
Ilf. Edith Russell, Elisabeth Adair, ijinrrlsou. Th© ceremony w*»«v »»v«-
SAllie Cobb’ Johnson, Effle Huff, and’farmed ®y Rev. D. F. Iloke, rector in
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. MU8ICAL RECITAL'j • \
A delightful musical entertainment
will be given at St, Puul Methodist
Episcopal church. East Hunter street,
Thursday evening, October It, nt 8
o'clock. The program will consist of
male quartets, Interspersed with so
Mr. R.sD. Armour, Mr. Frank Cun-
doll, Mr. George McDaniel, Mr. Cart-
Ildge Campbell, ueidHted by Mias Nol-
He Nix, aoprano, will be the artlMte.
cial solo., The music will be of the
very best class, nnd with these well-
known singers an enjoyable evening Is
all go to the nck^dirJPdlils
couple left for Niw York.
Tho wedding of Miss Blanche Mack
8peciol to The Georgian.
Gadpden, Ala., Oct. 6.—The marriage
of Mr. Carl 8. Lay arid Miss Joule D.
Caldwell occurred at Jacksonville yes
terday at 10 o'clock. The marriage was
one of the social events of the senson
In northeast Alabama, both young |»co
pie having a large circle of friends in
this section. Mr. Lay Is the son of
Captain and Mrs. VV. ’ P.' Lay, of this
city, and Is a member of the firm of
Pincard & Lay, und Is held In |\lgh es
teem. Ills bride Is much admired for
her striking \>eauty and many accom
pllshments. , , *
After a short bridal trip they will
come to this city, where they will re-
Ido.*. A lafto party of ivlaHvds and
antTfrqm tbl *
tht* clfy nrid Annis-
Mrs. tV. M. Weathers entertained
charmingly the West End Domino Club
at her home on Park street Friday
An elaborate course dinner followed
Mrs. Weathers' guests were Misses
Arllne and Floyd Almand, Lillie and
Corinne Anderson and Allle Arby, Mrs
ICmmle Collier, Mrs. Fred Seay. Mrs.
Charles Jones, Mrs. I. Arbut Meador,
Mrs. J. Allen Carlisle, Mrs. C. R. Mat
thews and Mrs. Hope.
JUDGE AND MRS. PARDEE
Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Duncan have Is
sued invitations to the marlage of their
daughter, Margaret Wilson, to Mr. Vir
gil Hhepard on Wednesday evening at
8:30 o'clock at their home on Piedmont
ATLANTA CHAPTER D. A. R.
The Atlanta Chapter D. A. R. met
Haturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. David Woodward, 615
ENTERTAINED ON FRIDAY.
Judge and Mrs. Don A. Pardee gave
a delightful dinner Friday evening to
ten guests at their home on Ponce De
Leon avenue, complimentary to Judge
Meek, of Fort Worth, Tex., and to
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Office Hours. » to 11:30—1:30 to 6
Uesldcuce IVnehtje*. B Main
and Mr. Samuel Pinkus Cronhetm,
of Atlanta, took place on Wednesday
afternoon at 8:30 o'clock and wn« at
tended by a large number ot friends
from Atlanta and other cities.
On Wednesday afternoon at 4 o’clock
Miss Florrle Rice and Mr. Joseph C.
Fulford were married at the First Pres
byterian church. . Mrs. J. D.' Goforth,
»f 'Brunswick, was . matron of honor,
and Mr. Robert Hodgson, of .Valdosta,
the best man.
TUE8DAY BRIDGE CLUB.
Mrs. Evelyn Harris entertained• the
Tuesday Bridge Club Saturday mov
ing at her home on West Peachtree,
foie first prise was a pair of silk hose.
After the game a dainty salad course
Those ^present were Miss May du-
Blgnon, Miss Janie Speer, Miss Josle
Stockdell, Miss Ruth’ Hallman. Miss
Nan duBIgnnn. Miss 51. A. Phelan, Miss
Miss Emily Lowndes will entertain at
a bridge luncheon next Friday morn
ing In honor of Miss. Laura-Wltham
and her bridesmaids.
MISS FOWLER -ENTERTAIN$.
, Friday’ dventhjr‘ it 'ier .home, Miss
Helen FrfiVlef entsrtnlned Informally a
number of her "friends. Those prestnt
were Misses Edna Forrester, Mabel
Tutwller, Mable Kelly, Mattie Huggins.
Jeannette Wllllnms, Mabel Woodslde,
Mary Thomas, Messrs. Paul Oawson,
Ross Hunt, Hubert Talley, Erie Parke,
Edward Hayes and Claude Arnold. .Re
freshments were served and music was
an .enjoyable feature of the evening.
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A marriage of Interest to many At
lantans was that of Mr. Christopher
Esslg and MJss Corllle Moore, which
took place In San Francisco Wednes
day afternoon, October 3, at 5:30
o’clock. Immediately following the
ceremony, the bride nnd groom left
San FranH?co for Atlanta. They will
rench this city early next‘week. 5Ir.
Esslg Is a prominent and popular
young business, man of Atlanta, nnd his
bride Is a woman of charming person
ality and detlded social gifts.
wedding of; Interest to pinny
friends wilt be that of Miss Blanche
Brown Edmondson, of Anniston, Ala., to
Mr. Charles Veazey Rainwater, of Au
gusta, which will take place Tuesday
evening, October 9, at Grace Episcopal
Church at Anniston.
Miss Edmondson Is the second
daughter of Colonel and 5trs. William
Edmondson, for , many years rest-
dertts of Alabama, arid Is herself
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native Alabaman. Educated at Noble
Institute, she is a musician of rare
ability and. possesses an attractive
Mr. Charles Veazey Rainwater Is a
young and successful business man of
Augusta, and a ‘member of several of
tho best business and social associa
tions of that. city.
The wedding of Mr. Rainwater and
Miss Edmondson will -take place
Grace Episcopal church on .Tuesday
evening nt 7:30 o’clock, the.ceremony
to be performed by Rev. J. J. D. Hall,
of Birmingham, the godfather of the
bride, assisted by Rev. J.\G. Glass, rec
tor of Grace church. The church will
be handsomely decorated In lavender
nnd white tints and several hundred
guests from all parts of the South will
be In attendance.
Mis t Edmondson’* attendants will be
Miss Maude Brown Edmondson, sister
of the bride, maid of honor; Mrs. Raj-
Thrasher Thomas, of Birmingham,
matron of honor; Miss Julia Frazer, of
Montgomery, first bridesmaid, and
Miss Josephine Rainwater, of Atlanta;
Miss Margaret Cobbs DuBose, of Gads
den; Miss Lllltc Mae Lyles, of Colum
biana, and Miss Hattie Rainwater, of
Atlanta,. bridesmaids. Miss Martha
Edmondson, sister of the bride, will be
praj-er book carrier, and little Miss Au
gusta Cobb will be ring bearer.
5!r. Rainwater’s beat man will be Mr.
Eugene Cratley Hale, of Athens, and
hi* groomsmen Messrs. J. Russell
Compton, of Atlanta; Will Henry Mor
ton, of Baltimore: Clarence Bell, of At
lanta: Will T. Edmondson, Jr., of An
niston, and Fred Washburn, of Atlan
ta. The uehers will be Messrs. Harry
F. Altchlaon, John Crook, Rlchnrd
Stlckney and John McGuIrk, all of An
A number of entertainments have al
ready been given in honor of the bride
and next week will Include more af
fairs to be in honor of Miss Edmond
son and 5tr. Rainwater. The attend-
aht* will arrive In the city Saturdas’.
The brlde’e mother will entertain the
entire party at a breakfast at 11
o’clock Monday. A reception will t*
held nt the home of the bride Monday
afternoon and a rehearsal at the church
In the evening, to be followed by an
elaborate dinner to be served In nn»
of the private dining rooms at the Ho
tel Alabama to' the attendants and s i
large number of Anniston's excluilv*
element. Tuesday morning tha
ushers will give a bowling party at
Oxford Lake, after which 5tr. w. T.
Edmondson, Jr„ brother of the bride,
will give a stag breakfast at the Ala
bama In honor of Mr. Rainwater and
his attendants, and the ladles of tha
party will be entertained at a card
party and luncheon.
Immediately after the ceremony
Tuesday evening 3tr. and Mrs. Rain
water will leave for the East, whert
they will spend three months, nnd after
their return will make their home In
Miss Cadle Winter, of Madison, and
Mr. W. L. Jopllng, of Augusta, wera
quietly married Monday afternoon at
4 o'clock at the home of the bride at
Mndlsnn. Immediately rafter the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Jopllng left f<*
Augusta, where they will make their
Among the early fall marriages wfl
be that of Miss Janie Beatrice Foote
to Mr. Claude N. Bateman, at Fort
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