THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN.
RATTBDAY. JAKCABT tt W7.
Some Gossip of '
of the South J
MRS. GEO. C. BALL, Editor.
CHARLOTTE STEWART, SELENE ARMSTRONG, Aidtfanto.
Their Pastimes 1
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“DAINTY CUT GLASS”
Dot* wonder* In making A room look attractive and make* an a<-.
ceplable wedding gift.
= J.C.Mellichamp arti'
Street. trie Sign.
Atlanta's Only Popular Price Jewelry Establishment.
Fhe leave* her bnbe to other*
T.» cllmlt the factory »talr;
Wtie . ,-v,-;;3 hnrnr ill night to tier chib
Ton weary to bind her hair.
With the earn'd chrism of motherhood
In hrr lit.'.) and nitric** hands,
Thrntiah It* r they must come.
With *oul» born dumb—
The men w ho shall rule our land*!
—Groce AlacQowan Cooke.
TO MISS BENZIOER.
Ml** Katharine fiholatln will
among thoae entertaining In honor of
Ml** Ursula Remitter, the gueat
Ml** Mary Thomas.
IN HONOR MISS PORTER.
Mlaeee Rebecca and Roalne Raoul
will give a buffet eupper neat Wedpe*.
day. In honor of their gu*»t. Mlaa Bee.
ale Porter, of Jarkaonvllle, Fla.
MISS HARRIE STOCKOELL
TO ENTERTAIN NEXT WEEK.
Mlaa Harrle Hlockdell will entertain
neat week In compliment to Mlea Urau-
la Benalger, of New York city, who
In the city.
MISS KNOWLES' TEA
IN HONOR VISITORS.
Mlaa Constane* Knnwtea will be the
hone** at an afternoon tea neat Wed
nesday. the gueete of honor to be Mlaa
Maud* Flournoy, of Columbua, the
guest of Mlaa Florence liohba: Mlaa
Ureula Benalger, of New York, the
gueat of Mlaa Mary Thomaa. and Mlaa
Beaalr Porter, of Jarkaonvllle, the gueat
of Mlaa Rebecca Raoul.
IN HONOR MI88 BENZIOER.
Mlaa Kate Roblnaon will be the hoe-
- tea* at a paely-neai week when Mia*
ITrauIa Brntlaer wilt he the gueat of
honor. A number of affair* are being
planned for Mlaa Benilaef. who »* the
guret of Mlaa Mary Thomaa.
A charming dinner gown la ahown here In black lace. The bodice le
b and the velvet "itrair over The ahouldere give a pretty
CHILD'S 8TUDV SECTION.
Mre. William King, chairman .of }he
Child's Study Section of the Atlanta
Woman'* Club, cordially Invite* all
member* of the varloua circle* of the
flaorata Mother*' Uongre** and all
other women Intending to form clrrlei
for child'* atudy to meet Monday aft
ernoon at S o'clock, at the club rootna
at the Orund.
PIEDMONT CHAPTER, D. A. R.
The Piedmont Continental chapter.
Daughter* of the American Revolution,
will meet aL Uie.Pltdm'>ni holel-Tutt-
ilav, January' It., il I a m.
MISS HATTIE SMITH.
- CITY -B. Y. P. U. MEETINQ.
The regular monthly meeting of the
City llaptlat Young People'a Union will
be held next Thuraday evening, Jan
uary 17. at 7:40 o'clock with tb* Hcc-
It I* urged'that not teaa than three
repreeentatlvee front every B*|Ulat
church In thla city and auburbe be
prraent at thla meeting, which will be
a conference In the Interest of every
lornl union, and at wHUh time talk*
will be made concerning the Raptlat
Young People'* Union work of thla
city. Every effort will be made to
batter organlae the local work through-
oat the Raptlat churchea of thla city
A gprdlal Invitation la extended to
every one to he present at thla meet
ing on the above date.
Special to Tha Groritao.
Dublin, fla, Jan. 11—A coming mar.
rlage of Interest to people In various
parts of the state la that of Mia*
Hlanche Alexandria Baum, of thla city,
and Mr. F. Junlua Schtff, of Atlanta.
The engagement of thla popular
young couple has been announced, hut
no date ha* yet been aet for the mar
riage. Thla will l>e announced later,
and the marriage will prove to be one
of the aortal evenl* of the Aason. It
la expected that the marrlnge ceremony
will be performed some lime this win
ter In this city.
Mlaa Baum la the third daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rnum. of thla city,
and la well known In Macon. Atlanta
and other point* In thla state. She ta
a graduate of the Dublin public achoola
and la a very bright and attractive
today were the following Atlantana,
members of the famous Homoaaaaa
H. W. McCord. H. R. Durand, Judge
Howard Van Eppa, Dr. A. W. Calhoun,
t>r. J. 8. Todd. D. W. Woodward. D. 11.
DeSauaaure, J. N. Berkle. George
Muae, W. M. Crumley. W. S. Duncan,
I.. Konta, W. H. Fogg. Fred Wil
liams. Macon Sharp, Charles Helm and
Hater In the day the party left In
their private rar for Hnmoaaaca-on-
the-Oulf. commonly known to Flori
dians a* llie "Bporteman'a Paradise."
Practically all the member* of the club
are well known In thla city, almost
Invariably atopplng a few hours both
going and returning. Homoaaaaa ik
about forty mile* west of Ocala and la
one of the moat beautiful points on the
Among other Atlantana registered it
4ho-Qcala-HouBe are; Mr*.-Morntnmt
Dtckxnn. W. E. Trounwell. S. D. Lilac.
W. H. Hunt and J. M. Thomaa.
Front preaent'indication* Florida la
beginning the greatest tourist season
In her history. The ponce Del-eon nt
bU.AugU»llne_np»n»d ye«terday_and hy
Sunday every resort house In the slate,
large or email, will be open for bust-
neaa. It may not generally b* known,
hut It I* probably a fact, that next to
the elate of New Yoork. Georgia fur
nishes the largest number of winter
visitors to the Land of Flowers.
SUPPERS AT CLUB.
A number of box parties were given
Friday evrnlng ut the Grand and after-
ward* there were served congenial par
ties enjoying supper at the club. Thoae
seen at the club were:
Mr. and Mr*. Albert Howell. Mr. ami
Mrs. Roby Roblnaon, Mr. and Mra.
llunnlrutt, Mr. nnd Mrs IIchert. Mr.
and Mr*. J. G Hollenheek. Mr. and
Mra. Charles Conklin, Mr. and Mr*. R.
Mr. Schlff I* one of the prominent
young business men In Atlanta, and I*
well known and popular In that city.
He ho* purchased an Intereat In the
Sam Weirhaelhnuin Company, of thla
cltv, nnd will be assistant manager or
that firm In the future. He I* said
to ta- an excellent young man.
IN HONOR OF MI8S EL0I8E GAY.
Ml»s Annie Held* entertained Friday
afternoon nt her home In Marietta In
honor ot Mtss-Klolse Gay, of Atlanta.
Progressive domino was the game
played The prlxe was won by the
guest of honor. Mis* Gay. Those pres
ent wot. Misses Gay, ldtura Mars*-
let lloppe. Klolse Barnes, Cora Brown.
Millie Itrown. Willie J. Wallace and
ATLANTANS AT OCALA
Sih* i*i to The tinorglan.
Ocala. Fla.. Jan. 12 —Among the dis
tinguished arrivals nt the Ocala House
Mr. and Mr*. Clnrenc
and Jdr*. Charles Conklin. Jr., Mlea
Mary Thomas. Mlsa Conatance
Knowles. Miss Nannie Nlonlaon. Miss
Marlon Perl, Miss Wise Lipscomb. Mias
Martha Whitman. Miss Janie Hpeer,
Mis* Mnud Flournoy. Miss Florence
Hobbs, Mis* llarrle 8'ockdell. Mr. Hugh
Arinins, Mr. Madison Bell. Mr. William
Ellsworth. Mr. Joe Brown Connolly.
Mr. Volatile Glenn. Mr. Rob Keely.
Mr. Gus Ryan, Mr. Rob Clarke. Mr.
Lynn Werner, Mr. Joseph Nash, Mr.
die Covington contributed several mu.
A hot supper was served at a late
Mlaa Covington recalved her guests
In a green silk gown with touches of
Mlaa Luclle Covington wore a toilet
of rrenm crepe de chine, with bow* and
allppera of blue.
Mlaa Kathleen Marks' costume was of
brown silk with trimmings of red, made
Mlaa Grace McDonald wore a gown
of red valla. — —.
Mlaa Emmie Hart's gown was ot
brown voile with touches of blue.
Mlaa Vnrah Hill wore an old rose
toilet, with trimmings of black velvet.
Mian Franeri Lniler’s toilet was of
Mlaa Emma McDonald's gown was of
green plaid ellk, with trimmings of
Mlaa Ruby George's costume was ot
white voile, with touches of block
Mlaa Reble Upchurch wore a be
coming gown of gray silk
Those Invited to meet Mlaa Coving
ton were: Mlsaaa Kathleen Marks,
Grace and Emma McDonald, Varah
Hill, Emmie Hart, Ruby George. Reble
Upchurch,--Fmncetr-loi*ter and Messrs.
Patterson, John Rrldwell, Ht. Elmo
Mulllen, Tipton Hale. Hen Mapp. Hnr-
ance Mellon, Matt Ghelallng, Homer
Hill, Orlan Marks and James Moore.
TO BE REPEATED.
Haydn's Oratorio. "The Creation."
which was given ut the Jewish temple
on the evening of December 2*. will he
repealed at the First Methodist church
Sunday afternoon. January IS. at I
o'clock The Work Is being present,il
by the combined chorus of Trinity,
liret Methmhst. First Presbyterian
churches ntid the Jewish temple Mr
.1 Fowler Richardson, organist and
i TO MISS LOUI8E HAWKINS.
An occasion characterised by, ele
gance and beauty wns the -Informal
luncheon'at which Mr*. John D. Little
entertained len or twelve of her girl
friends Saturday. The affair was com
plimentary to Miss I-oulse Hawkins,
who. since her debut In IVeember. ha*
received some charming attentions. In.
vlteil to meet Miss Hawkins were:
Miser* Null nnd latum Payne, Marga
ret taolnon, Alherta KunklD. I»ma
Dooly. Knte Robinson. Holme Ularke.
Harrle sioekdell, t’onMance Knowles,
Nannie Nleolsnn, Mary Thomas and
The guests were seated about a table
elegant In Its appointment* or cut rlaoi
and decorated In white and green. The
centerpiece was a great cut glass bowl
Of white roses, and pretty lace cards
were In the design of green bow knots,
Mr*. Little, the beautiful young hnet-
»**. wore a gown of white chiffon cloth,
showing an rffectlvo touch of green
panne velvet. 1 '
Mis* Hawkins’ beautiful gown wo* of
J pul,* blue broadcloth, the corsage of
! blue silk net, over which I* laid white
| tucked chiffon. Applied hand* of cloth,
j handsomely braided, make an effective
trimming, and with this gown lire worn
I a high velvet girdle and a , hie hat of
j pule blue.
i Ml** Margaret l-mls-m wa* most mt-
| tractive In a gown of light blue cloth.
I trimmed w ith t’luny luce and stiver tin.
Itlery. Her black’hat was trlmipod
Mlaa lva May I'ovlpgton entertained
at an enjoyable up-JInks party In honor
of her cousin. Mis* Luclle Covington,
The decomttjm* were In white and
green, nnd games and music made up a
Miss Grace McDonald and Miss Lu-
FOR THE JANUARY BRIDES.
Our stork is very large. Our engraving is known to
lie the most artistic in the city. Knelt piece we sell is en
graved by our expert etigraVer free of charge.
EUGENE V. HAYNES CO.
Jewelers. 37 Whitehall Street
, Ith him* |»luni«'
• MIhh AlhrrtH Uttnkln u.»rt» u gown
1 of i-o8«» tvloml rloth, lrtmm»*«l with
! ombr.*lilrry nml lm*t\ ami a hat
I *»f rolor. trlmmotl with «hni|*d
I will* of light blue chiffon cloth. trimmed
with blur nIIW and »tlv»| embroidery.
Ml** Uo|ln«r t’larkc wore .» green
tisfTrtit. mails' pi line*i»«\ ller hat wan
trimmed with white plume*.
. Ml** iMita |v*o|y wns gownril In a
Miuari Null of Bun metnl gray .loth,
her lull a heoointnK touue of black vel
vet. trimmed with roue*.
Mb" Mary Thomaa* pretty rout time
ttia of pink err|*o de .him*, trimmed
with Imv and plaiting* nf silk, her hat
of white fell, trimmed with while
Ml** Nannie Nholwon wore white
*llk. embroidered with ellk and trim
med with hue Her hat of blnok vel-*
vai uajL trlmmol with }Unk plume*.
Ml** «*on*tniu o Know le* tuts pretti
ly aow ne.l in old ro*o orepe de chine,
her hat of old rose velvet, trimmed
Ml** Jennie Fmrll*h wa* hecomlmtlv
»'"'hed in lhirRund> colored velvet,
wllh which -lie w*»ie a picture hat of
bind* veixet. trimmed with plume*.
•Ml** llan I. S;.*«k.leM*.N beautiful
It" ' n w.i* »f cream col wed crepe de
«ht»*e and embroidered with thread of
Bold H» r hat wan tnmimd with black
and w phi me*.
Ml*' Nan t\»vne wa* p.turn'd in blue
d doth, Iter hat of ol.uk vel-
Mr. Tayler to WeJ Miss Dugger
Chocolates and (j)on Boris.
nor.. 60c ib.
W* Are AUanla Agents,
Druggist*, 14 South Broad.
Mr. and Mrp. J. M. Dugger announce tha engagement ot their daugh
ter, Lollle. to Mr. R. O. Taylor, the wadding to taka place January if, at I
p. m.. In- 8L Mark church.
A Conversation Overheard in a Strest Car
By C. B.
Several day* age* while riding out
on a Peachtree car. an Interesting con
versation Mra* overheard, the partici
pants being an eminent Judge, a well-
known. bustneaa man and a young ma
It seems tiny wars In s bested dis
cussion as to whether U was Issa harm
ful for a woman to drink a cocktail or
•moka a cigarette. The young woman
oakod the two men wbat they thought
of the rapidly growing custom of amok
Ing among woman, whereupon the bust
among women wa* Introduced Into this
country by the women of the moat
exclusive set—the wives of the diplo
mats—It Is to be hoped that a time will
never com* when the habit among
Southern women will be as prevalent
as among the nobility of Europe or the
so-called Foyr Hundred of New York
and our other large cities. Among the
very rich women who are worshippers
at the shrine of My Lady Nicotine. It
Is quite a fad to wear a chain around
nese man condemned the pracllca thoef
vigorously. Ha said, among other
things, that ha much preferred to see
a woman take a drink, while he thought
a cigarette less harmful
The Judge, a man who has (pent a
great deal of his time among the Latin
races (the women of which are almost
all Inveterate smokers), and who Is
thoroughly familiar with their habile,
remarked that It was much more harm
ful for a woman to amoke than to taka
a drink, for the reason that nine times
out of ten the smoking becomes a
habit, while many women who do not
The hunbnnd of one of the bridge
Sends In the city Joined In the con
versation here, and with much empha
sis slated that he would rather are his
wife both drink and smoke than to see
her play bridge for money nr prlxea.
Although the cuatpm ot smoking
was of pale tan cloth, and with this
she wore a black velvet hat, trimmed
THE CLIFFORD WILEY CONCERT.
On Tuesday night will occur the Clif
ford Wiley concert In the Msrlst Col
lege hall. Thla event will be In aid
of the choir fund of the Sacred Heart
church. That an artistic treat of the
rarest order I* In store Is evidenced by
the following beautiful program:
Concerto In G minor, op. ]( (two
movements): "Andante." “Presto, Molto
Allegro e Vivace. Presto," Mendels
sohn—Miss Campbell (second piano.
fa) "Recompense.- Hammond; (bl
“Woodland Bong." Chamlnade; tc) ‘Tiff
"Elegte,” Ernst—Mlsa Hunt.
(al "Thou Ar( to Me." Chadwick;
(b) “June," Beach—Mlaa Brown.
(a) Waits In C sharp minor, op. <4,
No. 2. Chopin: <b) I.tbellulea, op. 24 L
Chamlnade; (Cl Petite Maxuraa, op. i,
Re, Itnttvo and Arln. "II Italen." ("II
Trovatore"), Verill—Mr. Wiley.
tul ''Romance," Slmnwnettl; (b)
Hnrantelle," Bohm—Mlsa Runt.
"Tell Me. My Heart,'' Itlshop—Mias
(a) "If BtlU I Have Your Love"
(new. words by F. Raymond Daniel),
tb) “Mors et Vita" (text by William
F. Collins), (c) "A Song of Dreams"
(new. uorda by Frank L Santon),
ST. ANTHONY'S GUILD.
There will be a regular meeting of
I. Anthony’s Guild ut the residence
of Miss Llxsle Murphy. 217 Gordon
streot, Tuesday, January H>. at 3 p. m.
LILLIAN HARRIS. Secretary.
JOSEPH HABER8HAM CHAPTER.
The Joseph Habersham Chapter.
Daughters of the American Revolution,
will meet Tuesday afternoon, January
13. at 3:30 o'clock, at the residence of
the regent. Mr*. George J. Dexter, 133
Juniper street. Members are urged to
attend this meeting.
CARRIE L STANTON.
Speelal ii> Tb* Uforilio.
Blakfloy, on., Jan 12.—On Tuemlay
nlffht. January .9, 19«7, the Mrthndtnt
church wan the pcen* of one of the
moat brilliant wedding” In Itn hlntory.
and a large audience aaw united In the
holy bond* of matrimony two of the
mi»et tabular young iwnpie of Blakely—
Mine Ellcne Fryer and .Mr, J. B. Tarver.
The capacity of the church wil taxed
to It* utmont to accommodate the
friend* from nt home and abroad of the
favored y«>ting couple In front of the
chancel a large arch had been erected,
covered In vine* nnd decorated with
brtdc ro*e*. from the center of which
rya* *u*pended a large white wedding
bell, under which the bride and bride
groom Blood while the ceremony wa*
being performed, on the al*le* had
been erected two other smaller arche*.
ntmtlarty decorated with vine* and
brldeamald n»e*. on one of which wa*
the word Fryer and on the other Tar
At the appointed hour came the wed
ding party, to the Rtraln* of the M Brtdal
t'horu*” from Lohengrin, played by
Mina Blocker and *ung by the Vocal
flub. Flrot the dainty ribbon-hearer*,
the little Ml**e* Vivian Alexander, Kate
McLaurln. Emily Llvtngnton and lva
Jnme*. and the little flower girls. Re«-
*te Fort and Myrtin Freeman, followed
hy the unher*. Me**r*. J. B. Joncn and
F. «\. Barham; then the brtdc«matd*
and groomsmen. Ml*»v" Euther Mint*.
Mattie Butler. Clyde Purtfoy, Fannie
Askew, Annie Kirkland and Emmie Lou
Stewart. Messrs. Byron Collin*. \\\ A.
Hall. J. II. Butler. J. tS. Butler. Craw
ford Fryer and W. J. Ortst. Then came
the matron* of h »nnr. Mr*. K L. Fryer.
Jr., and Mr*. Esther Manning, nnd last
ly the hcafttfful bride, upon the arm ««f
her maul of honor, her sister. Ml** Mn-
hie Fryer They were met nt the altar*
hy the bridegroom and hi* bo*t man,
Mr Orady Frnlth
**cv. Whitley Langston Impreftlveiv
the neck, to which l.«tUeh*d*J*w»l*d M t„j ut |a porter was
case containing email gilt capped Turk- gowned In dark blue c)
lak or Egyptian cigarette*, each cigar- *, ttl a Uce blouse.
ed xrlt 1 - ——
otto being engraved with th- monoxram
of the smoker.
To say that Atlanta boasts several
fair smokers Is not divulging any ae
creL Among the devotees la a veri
pretty blonde, who wa* married not
long since amid a gnat deal of pomp
An attractive young matron le often
seen In her boudoir, dressed In an ex
quisite pale green ellk lingerie. Indulg
ing In a quiet amoke.
Another very young matron, with
dreamy blue eyes and fair hair, smokes
only on state occasions, aa for Instance
when she entertains at dinner or lunch
eon. A* .he does not particularly can
about IL one would think ehe emoked
for "pun cusaedneas." No moralist
women becoming habitues of thla fad—
they love admiration too much to do
anything that le opposed by the sterner
sex. and It le true that very few men.
If any. can to see a woman amoke a
it Is a condemnation of the men only
that will cause the cessation of this
rapidly spnadlng (ad.
nad the beautiful marriage service of
the Methodlet ritual. i
While the ceremony was being per
formed Mlsa Mamie Jones sang "O,
When the ceremony wee ended Mlea
Blocker played the wedding march,
with violin accompaniment from Mr.
The reception which followed at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mn. E. L. Fryer, was a brilliant oeca
alon, and throughout the receiving
houn the room* were thronged. The
most exquisite taste pervaded every
A large number of handsome presents
MRS. STEELE'8 BRIDGE PARTY
IH HOMO* OF MRS. ORANGERY;
Mrs. Aaron Burr Steele entertained
at a delightful bridge party Saturday
morning at her home on Peachtree
street In compliment to.Mra. William
Oran be ry, of Nashville, the guest of
Mra Henry H. Jackson.
The drawing room and front parlor
were artistically decorated with pink
nnd white carnations, tall'vases of the
fragrant flnwen being placed on the
mantel* and the bookcases.
After the game of csrda a delirious
luncheon wae served, the guests being
seated at troall tables. The hrldge
prises were a leather pocket-book and
u neck lace of Venetian beads.
Mr*. Bteele was • charming hostess,
wearing a French gown of blue silk,
trimmed with bands nf blue cloth and
embroidered In silk threads.
Sire. Granbeo’ wa* much admired In
a gown of blue cloth, trimmed with
Irlsl lace. With this gown she wore
a ha* of blue, trimmed with white
Mrs, Jackeon wore a gown of gray
cloth, embroidered In atlver and pink
threads. Her hat wa* gray, trimmed
with pink wings.
Mr. and Mra. Aebury Goss McCurry
have Issued Invitations to the marriage
of their daughter, Elolse Norton, to Mr.
Walter Lee Hodges, on the evening of
Wednesday. January 23. at 3:30 o'clock,
at their home at Hartwell, Ga.
MRS. F. L. WOODRUFF
GIVES MATINEE PARTY.
A vert' happy occasion was the box
party at which Mr*. Frank Woodruff
entertained a number of her Rule
friends at "Rip Van Winkle" Thuraday
afternoon. Assisting Mra. Woodruff In
looking after her little guests were
Misses Passle M,ay Ottley and Marjorie
Brown, besides whom the party con
sisted of: Misses Elisabeth Black.
Frances Ewing. Ellen MacDonald Wolf,
Masters Edward Black. Everhart Cun
ningham nad Arthur Krug of Braxll.
After th* play the party wa» In
vited behind the scenes by Mr*. Wood
ruff'* friend*. Mr. nml Mrs. Thomas
Jefferson, and the children had the
charming opportunity nf meeting a
aura enough Rip Van Winkle In real
Mrs. Perclva! Bneed gave a box par
ty Saturday at the Grand. In honor of
Mr*. Granbery. her guest* including:
Mr*. Henry Jackson. Mr*. Robert Mad
dox. Mr*. J. Carroll Payne. Mra.
Frank Hnwklns. Mn*. A. B. Steele, Mlaa
Wallace, Mr*. J K. Otilry, Mrs. Wil
liam Marshall. Mr*. Edward Brown,
Mlsa Frances Wallace, of Kentucky.
Mr. and Mr*. William T. Rogers have
Issued card* announcing the marriage
nf their daughter. Gertie, to Mr. John
William Zither, on’Saturday, January*
3, At Atlanta. Ga.
Mr. and Mr* Zuher are non at home
to their friend*, at 134 North Jack*on
ton'* friends among the married and
Mr*. Wood's attractive apartment
was decorated with pink rose# and as
paragus fern. The tsble in the dining
room, where delicious refreshments
were served, had tor Its -centerpiece a
tall vase tilled with la Francs roses.
Mrs. Wood received her friend* In s
gown of white net made over white
Mrs. Carleton waa In white lacs,
. Of the bevy of attractive young wo
men who assisted Mra. Wood In enter
taining. Miss Rollne-CIsrk wore a gown
of green taffeta made princess.
Miss Ada Alexander waa becomingly
gowned In gray voile, trimmed with
Mlea Loubs Black's pretty costume
was of gray voile, made empire end
trimmed with baby Irish lace.
“ ** becomingly
CAROL SERVICE TO BE SUNG.
A beautiful service will be that which
will be held at the Sacred Heart church
8unday at 11 o'clock, when the chil
dren. aided by the men's choir, will give
the beautiful carol service which was
rendered at the church Chriatmae
night. The children have been beautl
fully trained by Mrs. J. Lewis Browns,
and the event will be one of unusual
Intent and beauty.
..f-. .-JsJyyttaT - c *“
0*. SOI Austell Bldt
tain pan, Mrs. John Oliver and u r
8am Conyers; score 11.
TO MISS M'CARTHY.
Mre. Edward Payson Chanil,*rlia
Issued cards (
A UNIQUE ENTERPRISE.
Sirs. Edward Hall* Is about to In
augurate a very unique enterpriee,
which should meet with the Immediate
Indorsement ahV patronage of that
portion of the community which drive
or mortor out on Peachtree road. Mre.
Halle has leased "Maplewood," the
pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Rogsman, who are now In th* West,
and will serve coffee, tea, chocolate and
light refreshments, also lunches, din
ners and suppers, which will b* a great
convenience to persons driving during
the coming eprlng afternoons and even
ANNUAL BANQUET OF VIRGINIA
TO BE BRILLIANT EVENT.
The annual banquet of the Virginia
8oclety will be held Saturday evening.
January 13, at the New Kimball, and
will be a brilliant event, ("overs will
be laid for over two hundred guests,
and; Mr. Sam Hltcer, president of th*
society, will act as toastmaster. John
Skelton Wllllanis, of Richmond, Vs.,
will be the orator of the occasion, and
Dr. J. Gray McAllister, president of
Hampten-HIdney College, will be
among the distinguished guests and
The committee ot arrangements ot
ladles will contribute nn little, tn the,
suecees of-the-evening,-**-thw name
of Mra. Sam D. Jones as chairman
would Indicate. .
This committee consists ot Mrs.
Jones, chairman; Mre. John 8. Candler,
Mre. Norwood Mitchell, Mr*. R. B.
luy. stra, K. G. Matheson. Mrs. Lin
ton 0. Hopktn*. Mra. C. B. Wllmer, Mra.
John T. Pendleton, and that of enter
tainment of Mre. Maurice W. Thomp
son, Mra. W. W, Landrum, Mra. J. C.
Wngt, Mra. J. T. Gentry. Mrs. Hamilton
Douglas. Mra. Z. 8. Farlsnd, Mrs. Arch
ibald Davis, Mra. I. S. Mitchell.
Miss Edith Sewell and Mr. "William
Cole Jones, of Atlanta, were marrlol
Thursday afternoon at 4 .o'clock at ihe
First Christian church, at Macon Tn<
church was artistically and nr-.fu-iy
decorated and GuttenbergeFa orrhe.tr*
played the wadding music. The icnerr
were Merer*. Frank Sewalk Mnr-hitl
X*ne. of Atlanta; Clarence Bnpi-r an-l
Professor George Herbert Clarke
The maid ot honor waa Mlsa MatlMt
Anderson, of Jacksonville, Fla, an-l
the bride cams In with her father, Mr.
A. M. Sewell, as the groom ami !H<
beet man. Mr. Davenport Guerry. cam*
down an oppoilte aisle.
The'bride wore a handsome gown of
heavy white silk, made empire. nn4
trimmed In point lace and pearl pa**e.
menterla. She wore a tulle veil caualtt
with a chaplet of lilies of the vallrj,
and carried a bouquet of white rose*
and lilies of the valley.
The bridesmaid wore. a gown of
white radium ellk, trimmed with
duechesse lace, and a white chiffon tut
laden with white roees. Her ffo-von
were pink carnations tied with low
pink satin ribbon streamers.
Th* ceremony was performed bv ur
Rev. Herman Jones, a brother qf th
SONO RECITAL UNDER
AU8PICE8 OP SOROBI8.
An artistic and mualcal event will
be the song recital which will be given
at the First Baptist church Thursday
evening. January 17. by Mre. Sarah
MacDonald Sheridan. Mrs. Sheridan's
friends and admirers In Atlanta are
counted by the hundreds, and her ap
pearance here last year under the aus-
plcee of the Atlanta Art Association
wo* one of the events of the winter,
inasmuch aa Mrs. Sheridan will return
to Paris In the spring, Atlanta au-
dlenree will have few opportunities of
hearing her. the recital of Thursday
evening and a concert which will proh.
ably be given later under the auspices
of the Art Association being her only
MR8. PURTELL ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. 8. J. Purtell entertained at her
home on Tuesday afternoon the active
members of the Gordon Circle of the
King's Daughters and Sons. This rlr-
ele nf ladles Is deeply Interested In the
work of establishing a home for desti
tute old women. Usually their meet
ings are devoted tn thekerlous business
of Ihe home, so this afternoon nf pleas
ure wo* very much enjoyed.
The parlor* were prettily decorated
with narcissus and white roses. A
salad course with delicious coffee was
served Isle In the afternoon, bringing
to a cloae a very happy occasion.
ATLANTA CHAPTER, D. A. R.
The Atlanta Chapter. D. A. R„ will
meet Tuesday at’ 3 p. m.. at the resi
dence of Mra. W. D. Ellis, Br„ 347
Peachtree street. The officer* for 1907
will be elected, also the delegates to
Washington. Each member Is urged tn
MRS. 8 W. FOSTER.
Corresponding Secretary Atlanta Chap
TO MRS. CARLETON.
The ten given Saturday afternoon by
Mra. Robert Wood to Mra. George
carleton wa* a charmingly Informal
event which assembled n small num
ber of Mr*. Wood 1 * and Mrs. Carle-
ANNUAL WHIST TROPHIES.
The trophies for the highest score
made In the Atlanta Whist Club were
awarded Friday night an follows:
Flrat annual trophy. Jeweled cuff
buttons. Mr. Henry Miles; score 33.13.
Second, annual trophy, a box of d-
gara, Mr. Archibald Davla; score 33.13.
Highest aggregate plus made In one
month, a Jeweled pin. Mr*. Harvey
Johnson: score 14.11.
Greatest number of monthly top
scores, a compote In French ware, Mra.
Joseph Moody; score 2.
Greatest number of weekly top
score's, a gold barette, Mrs. Oscar Pap-
penhelnier; score 10.
Highest plus In any one game, north
and aouth sides, a pair of gloves and
fountain wn. Mra. Frank Putt and
Colonel Jones; score 11.
Highest plus In any on* game, east
and weal aides a lace Din and a foim.
- - home t- .. „„
afternoon of January 11 In honor „
her cousin. Mlsa Mary Barry Mre*,.
thy. of Los Angelea, Cal. Mrs Cham-
berlln'a married, friend* win -->! t r r, n
4 to 4 o'clock, and the young
are Invited between the hours „r ;
her violin Schubert's Serena
Mr. and Mrs. Jones left soon afttr
the wedding for Florida and the goto*.
away gown of the bride was a dark
green cloth tailored gown, worn with »
pongee waliL hand.embroidered tur
bat was castor, trimmod In green phrr-
aahte' breasts and green velvet.
After two weeks. Mr. and Mr*. Jone*
will return to Atlanta, where they wilt
reside In the future. They will be at
the Piedmont for a while and later w III
hav* apartment* on West Herrle str—i
Miss Llxsle Hill, nf Inmen. vlsli-l
the Mieses Lunsford the first »f the
Mr. and Mre. D. F. McClatchey. if
Marietta, spent Tuesday night hen-
Mr. J. N. Johnson spent Thursday
Mra IV. T. Bailey has returned from
a visit to relatives at Klngaton.
Mra. Hannon Pyron, of Atlanta, vis
ited relatives herp recently.
Mis* Louise Awtrey returned Monday
from a visit to Miss Luclle Oalnc at
Meters. John Johnson and Clen-y
McGee left the latter part of the week
to resume their studies In Mereer I'm-
verelty and Bouth Kentucky Collexi.
Mr. Alvin Smith, of Rome, s|"-nt
Sunday here with hie parents.
Mlea Helen Crabb, of Cedarto«n l*
spending lome time with Mlea llatlle