Elizabeth Johnson Reedy 1898 Lincolnton
la heTHf,6n-A.--f heTHf,6n-A.--f heTHf,6n-A.--f ! 1HXSIGX aOUXSTO!! HOSOUED The Aana Jaeksoa Beok Clos of Lincoln ton CItm a Kccepthm at Which Bate the Chief Ooet-IJawU Ooet-IJawU Ooet-IJawU Slety Oa - la Fores. 1 . L ,., v -Sneclal -Sneclal to The Observer. A - Llncolnton, Sept, w.-The w.-The w.-The , reception last night in honor of Ensign r B.' Z. Johnston, Jr., U. 8: given by the Anna Jackson-Book Jackson-Book Jackson-Book Club at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. B. C Cobb, on Main street, was the most , delightful event of the season In Uncolnton eoci The verandas of the elegaftt Cobb heme were beautifully decorated to red, .white and blu bunting-and bunting-and bunting-and illuminated with Japanese lanterns. The parlors were elaborately and beautifully decorr ated with flowers, ferns-ano ferns-ano ferns-ano palms, - Ensl-Johnstont Ensl-Johnstont Ensl-Johnstont assisted by Mrs. B. C Cobb. in white silk and diamonds; gandle, with blue' trimmings and .dla. mnnda. ntood in the west parlor and. with the courtly manner of th officers of the army and navy, received ? tne greetings of the guests of the club. Ths handsome young officer and the; two love v roun dames. wiin ft'oacKgrouna of beautiful flowers and palms, made a picture good to look upon and long to W remembered. ' Those Present were:- were:- Rev, and wa, R. Z.Johnston, parents, and Mrs. J. W Salne, white, mull, diamonds and ricarls. and MIbs Mary Knox Johnston. white organdie over blue silk, sisters of Ensign Johnston: Mrs. Lmcy Wright, of Portsmouth, white organdie, pearl or-naments: or-naments: or-naments: Mls West, of Baltimore, blue organdie: black velvet trimmengs, dia monds: Miss stena invine, or Wilmington, Wilmington, white silk, sapphires -and -and " ilia mondsi Miss Ksdale Shaw, of Rocking ham, orange Bilk, diamonds; Mlns Saunders, Saunders, of Sumter, 8. C, white organdie, pearls; Miss Childs, of Columbia, 8. C, white organdie; Mies Eva Sumner, Charlotte, blue silk, pearls;; Miss Nell Rankin, or Mt. Holly, pink organdie: Miss Rettie Graham, of ' Machpelah, black organdie; Miss Anrle Gatewood. pink organdie and pink silk; Miss Daisy Relnhardt, white -organdlei -organdlei flowers; Miss Brlte C rouse, blue silk: Miss Male Crouse, white silk: Miss Fannie Tipton, pink and cream silk: Miss Bessie Mots, black chiffon and blue silk; Miss Lizzie Bynum, lavender silk: Miss Minna By-n By-n By-n urn, red velvet, Tubtesr Miss Kate Cur-tlss, Cur-tlss, Cur-tlss, black silk. dlamon,ds,MlB8 . Julia Hayneev brown silk, flowers: Messrs. B. C. and John L. Cobb, A. J. Bagley, R. E. Coetner. John Reedv. S. O. Flnlev.fA. 1. and T. C. Quick el, Karl Lawlng,X.aw- Lawlng,X.aw- rence Holland and Harry Finch. - The reception committee, who charm ingly welcomed the guests, was composed composed of: Mrs. D.. W, Robinson. Avnlte silk, diamonds: Mrs. Hugh Jenkins, black organdie, opals; Mrs. Elizabeth Reedy, black chiffon: Miss Florence Finch, gray silk, rubles; Miss Prue Crouse, white organdie, white satin trimmings. Refreshments were daintily served by four charming little girls In white, with rosettes of the national colors--MIsses colors--MIsses colors--MIsses colors--MIsses Katie Hoke. Mary Lauder, Laura Bart-lett Bart-lett Bart-lett and Sallle Qulckel. Those preisent were Indebted to the Anna Jackson Book Club for a delightful delightful evening and for art opportunity to pay, their,-respects their,-respects their,-respects to a ,young gentle man of whom LIncolnton i proud. 1 The teachers of the graded school have all arrived and the schools Will open next Monday. .-.,,;... ';" " 1 pit-,;,'.. pit-,;,'.. pit-,;,'..