# Clipped From The Atlanta Constitution

Misses Lettie and Willie Mewborn Daughters of Mr and Mr Paul Mewborn of Hartwell Ga AUGUSTA'S SOCIAL SIDE Augusta Qa June G special 'or. respon lence I Tbf social vent of th week was the mil tan hop Nei b the gra luating cU s of the PI l munJ academy at tie armory / riida\ t-veiilnif at ii i clu k The hall a btautifull Otcoratej wit II class color" and garland of lamb Tin chaperones were Mr. and Mrs II Ham H Barrett Mr and Mrs 1 JwaiJ B Huok Mr and Mrs Charles 1 rem le Mr and Mrs trunk Barrttt Mi and Mrs Ant ony Salinas Mr \Vii- h im uar anti Dr. and Mrs Jnn f null A fine band an 1 delightful re freshmeuts helped to make the e ning very delightful The Misses Hulllngsworth enter talned very delightful Friday evening In honor of their guest. Miss Hachel I reples of Chattanooga It was a salamagundi part and the priers were awarded to Miss Lids Morris and Mr llarrj Hatcher Miss Agnes Fuller enttrtaii ed with a pretty afternoon lea. or her guest Miss Fuller of Atlanta Th se a tlsting the Misses Fuller In attentions --to their guests were MUs sarah a mar Wise Julia Johnson th Mi ses UoMicgswortb and Miss Ei'en Law Miss Ha/el Brand entertained Fri. da morning with cards In lioior of Miss kltzabetli Mar'ln of Havannah the gu 8t of Miss Marian Martin an Miss Luclle Pumpkin and Miss India Barrett of Athens the guests of Miss Dais Jack-on Miss a Carpenter entertained Wednesday evening for Miss Kll sbeth Malone The guests were the young ladles who are at school to gether at hprlngslde The Misses BOatwrlght were the hostesses at a delightful part Sat urda afternoon at their nome In N rth Augusta in honor of their guest Miss Maria Thomas of Union Point The 1 U e was decorated with sparta daisies and r es and the refreshments were In cool green anti white A guessing contest was enjoyed the prizes being award 1 to Miss Marti a Cole man and Miss Julia Johnson Mrs Thomas K Scott entertained with bridge Thursday afternoon at the ( ounti ib Miss Margaret Morns Miss I 1\ the Misses foatwrlght of igusta and Miss Maria Tl oma of t'nion Point. are being entertained by Mrs lames F Hart of Athens Mrs UrlR'by Thomas of Union I Point will later en tertaln the same part\ Miss Sadie Williams en entertained with cards W ednesda\ evening f jr Miss Elizabeth Morris of a the guest of Miss Georgia Hull Mrs Frederick Pope Is In Asheville /or two week" Mr Pope will spend the rest of the summer In the 1 and east Miss Calhoun of Atlanta -will be the guest of Mlgs Mary Hull the 1st of July Mr James Gardner returned from the Virginia Mllltar Institute this week Mr and Mrs John Tvrlggs are visit Ing In Philadelphia Mr and Mrs Percy Burum are visit Ing Mr and Mrs DeV Itt Corhrane at their home on the Hudson Mrs Llewelljn Doughty and children are on Sullivan s Jsland Mrs William Barrett leaves next week for the Island Mr and Mrs John Walker have gone to Bath for the summer Miss Marian Martin gave a large vaudeville party Tuesday evening for her guest. Miss Elizabeth. Malone of Savannah After the performance the guests returned to Miss Martin t home where delicious Ices were served. Mrs Edward Beman entertained with bridge Friday evening for her guest. Mrs. Ftckler of Americus Mrs S L Osborne gave a luncheon In honor of her guest Mrs Horace Cleary which was a delightful af fair Little Anna Wilson Alexander the young daughter of Mrs William Alexander celebrated her birthday with a lovely party at the home of her aunt Mr. Joseph Fargo About twenty lit tle guests enjoyed a delightful after noon Young Robert Martin entertained a number of his young friends In honor of his eighth birthday Mr James and Val Dawson are guests of Mr John Harper Mr and Mr J F Oatts have gone to th lr summer horn at Montlcello Ky where Mill Ethel Oatts. -who l visiting In Norfolk Va. will Join them MlM Duncan of Barowell Is the guest of Mism Elisabeth Cosart. Mr 811411 Nixon Mid Mrs. J. W 1 ft o marriage of Miss Muttla lHinr HI I Mr Martflhis I Dicks at tl lirl-im rh ir h the Pet How I T & ife oflirlating M Ionise lie who was at \K t and Mi s Torrance Hut t who wits at Nitre I anif have b th rt turiu 1 home Mica Uettj 1 hlnizy entertained with a w " t-n 1 party at her home In or t wn er gue ts being Miss Georgia Hull Miss F llrabeth Morris Mi a lie \\illlimK Mr Thomas Barrr I Ir Mr \\arren Both-well and Mr Alfrel Martin. Miss Andrew Kilpatrlck Is In At- lai ta ha.\I. . gone ti be present at the inauguration of the governor on dtie-.da afternoun at 4 SO dock occurred the wedding of Miss f o e Mar ui an 1 Mr Alfred Ix uls Britt. at tl " I om of Mr Madison J Martus mother of the bride The home was mo t elaborate and beautifully decoratid The meld of honor Miss Lemnile Marcus entered flr t with Mr Hftrn Britt. of Spartanburg the fr m s brother The were followed b the bride. with her brother. Mr Arthur Marc i of Atlanta The ceremony was performel b\ Ur nisas of CtarUat n according to the ritual of the Jewish church. The bride wore a travelig nt of fawn colored rajah Ilk nf t it of t e same shade trim mel with silk finish Her flowers wee whit" cmnatlons tied with tulle STOCKBRIDGE GA. \fl..11 Atllne Eve and Miss Flora Blalnck were the charming guests of Mrs "W Ward for the week Mrs H m of McDonouRh. was the RI est of Mrs VN W Mllam Mr P" a I e t lllfton Is spending a I- rta s with Mrs C E. Lee In At- Alllne e Is spending the week end with Ml n Flora Blalock In J Mrs jr 11. Merrltt and children hare ret rned to their home In Atlanta Miss RUD Branan will make an ex- ten IP 1 visit In Atlanta Mrs J 5 W ard entertained the mis- si nar society Saturday afternoon at lit r home M " Frances lee of Atlanta and sist and Mar- alden of h irest T ark ar spending the week irt with their aunt Mrs J O Walden Miss Ix l Oossltt spent ft few da s in Atlanta Miss Mar" 0111. T.e entertained the H T Hawkins chapter. Children Of the onfejerac\ at the horae of her aunt Mrs J r U Walden on Saturday from five to seven After the usual routine of business the children de- llKhtrulU entertained their auditors with a most Interesting program TUSCALOOSA ALA. Mrs S F Alston and Miss MarllOU Alston have returned from X6W York the former having gone thera several months ago to be present at the grad uation of the latter at Vassar On the way home they visited relatives at Norfolk Va Mrs F E. Crawford has returned from a visit to her sister In Kutaw Miss Mabel Pratt has returned from a visit to Miss Minnie Bishop at Wood Mrs Buck has returned from a. visit to her cousin Mrs Payne In Selma Ml s Nuena Taylor hall returned from Mobile and Is with Mrs Minnie Glascock Gordon Miss Lillian Flnnell has returned home from Columbus Ga Where she has been teaching Mrs John R Kennedy and Miss Ethel Kennedy have returned from Cincinnati where the latter has Just completed her course In violin at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Mrs r L Pou of New Orleans Is the guest of her daughter Mr C H. Barnwell Mrs .A mm VanHoose of Birmingham Is the guest of Mm O W VanHoose Mrs Marvin Copeland has returned from Ooodwater where she went to visit her parents Mrs 3. R DuBols has gone for a visit to Blount Brings Miss Mary Parker has returned from Mobile where she went to officiate as bridesmaid at the marriage of Miss Mary Cockrell U Mr Frank B Clark SELMA ALA. Mrs Charles Cleveland delightfully entertained seventeen young ladles Monday morning at a sewing party In honor of her bouse guest. Miss IJar- I I Mrs. t I I G. respondt'ne. -Tht' .lIt th. military Ii\"t'I gr.duatlni class 1 aCR .m" tl. /1 lI'clu\'k. \\'a ela I'ambo" \1 r B. B. I'r. Ir I AIHhony lic.m ar J"mt' and re- d an J for Thos. as- Al1 sea "u. ts 1811 Misses Ho lpgswortb guest and an 2 ISM A Ja.ck- on. I ElIz. t I house dais' rooes I prlz a awar e MI II John nn. I wl ft aln Counlry C"b I I u A usla. I.M Thomas. t y Grlg tJ Point. 0. lliams "enl" for g S o a fl n'.J la t .t I JUir from' De'Wltl th II o f ln ob e dS al- Litt iyoung blrUl ay JOlll h lit. Ir. .7. tbelr 10m. MonU eno. X II oln gu 8fI 1I b rnc Jill "I"on are On the Isle of Palms until "I 11" J annpttp Doughty hall ret 'IJ.J fr' tn \L.11Inj"tu where she at- 1. .J F I \"S\ I I I dt oc- .1 ltiP f I Ir I. th. 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Mrs. li.rniiary to Ml the day Elizab th B us Carpe n ter e lit e rtal ned to- urday rusesa nd enjO cii C Augusta. en- Wednesday on Mrs. Mrs. 8Bd ll Mioc J-annetti. iIifl. d t'ntrd St it' topits acaJetnJ. i in Frlilgv evening lit' Iind I 'lid lati iirih. 'rrn' bUts \glt- Srtt Miss try lanie but U w.h-rlitt V'- town .tr. lug t. \Veduesday 4:30 uciock. th" foal grooms by Marcus a as Jest iii tilt. lIt W. guest W. W. MrS. Pnea t.eS' fuw v0 steek-enil Miss JonneborO. ijifI (1 Missed ereipen dIng Ii. 'home he Mi the1 Blount.Pjrings. I afker ar- , * . , , ' , : ( - ? \ - > ) " - > , \ \ ! , \ \ > > < \ ! ) \ . ) / - ) . ( - < * ' / > ( . ' ] ) - \ ? ¬ ) > ) < ? % * / \ * ' ' , \ " \ / " - , ) , - ) ¬ . . , , . . , , , ¬ , , ¬ ) , ¬ ¬ * * , , . > , . , , , . * . * . . * - ! - = \ \ . \ " - ( \ > , - \ ! - - \ \ \ \ \ - " * " \ \ - . > > ! ) , , , > . ¬ \ , . > - " \ \ . " * - * > - " | . ? % : ° ° ° , - \ < - , > ! , % ! ! > . , \ \ < - , > > . . 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### Clipped from The Atlanta Constitution, 27 Jun 1909, Sun, Page 8

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