Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Marsh host the Hartwell Literary Society
HAETWELL LITEEAEY SOCIETY. The first risreption of the Hartwell Literary Club took place last evening at the spacious home ot Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Marsh, on park avenue, in that beautiful suburb.- suburb.- The exterior exterior beauty of tiie residence wa enhanced by bright-hued bright-hued bright-hued Japanese lanterns, w hile the interior was arti"tical'y decorated with pur. pe and white, the ciub colors, and with nature I reasures.rosesandrlirysanthemunu. Mis. A. J. Marsh grai loiisiy -e -e coined the 14m Kue-Ls Kue-Ls Kue-Ls vv ith her che.-rfnt che.-rfnt che.-rfnt smile and pleasant luunucr. slm was beautiful It hlsck satin, with touches of pink chin. n and diamonds. Mrs. Hobcrt Waddle, liMjking exceedingly pretiy. presided at the urn. Mrs. ;uerw a d. ever lovely, in pink silk contrasted wlih green, wlih Mr. McPherson, pre-ided pre-ided pre-ided f.ver flowers. In ihe retepMon line wire Mrs. Tatu.-ii, Tatu.-ii, Tatu.-ii, elcK.im in heavy b.ack satin witii diamond ornaments; Mrs. Cnas. l.mius. gowned in lavender: Mrs. Silvia I'eCamp, attired in black satin, and Mrs. W. C klmbaii. in a handsome gray cioih gown. Mrs. IT iff Bennett, looking lovely In yellow silk vei ed with Inack net. pres.ded at the i anqucl table wiih Mesdunies I fT. Biack-h-.irii. Biack-h-.irii. Biack-h-.irii. Biack-h-.irii. Biack-h-.irii. Allan. Hi. Is and Hendricks,, n. i souvenirs w ere violets, and ad the ht-auMlul ht-auMlul ht-auMlul sui roan. lings were suggestive of thai color and yeliow. - The s rains of ihe Hartwell orchestra, led by Prof. Boss, mingled with the hum of happy voices and sweet incense of flowers. Among the guests were: Mr. and M.-s.- M.-s.- M.-s.- M.-s.- Chas. Wa kley.W.C. Cildder. . i". alvert. J. T. Hind-. Hind-. Hind-. H.ijree. B. W lniamsou Burton. Mr. Hunter. Misses Atnyi odder. ITara Jordan. Blackburn. Hill. . Bo. and. Nellie Bennett. Judicc Cui vert. Paul in. -fa -fa vlor.C'lara ?J lie. l.ucy Wiison. l.ert ha Davis. Lulu Hinds.