Clipped From The Tennessean
i Henry Hamilton Love, Jr., Celebrates His Sixth Birthday. One oC the most attractively planned children's parties of the season was that given yesterday afternoon from to 5 o'clock by Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Love lor their son, Henry Hamilton Love, Jr., in celebration of Ids sixth birthday. The following invitation was sent to llfty ot Ids little friends, to which many clever replies were received: "On January nineteenth, from three to live. To entertain my little friends I'll strive; I'll be six years old. I'm elad to relate, Please come and help me celebrate." Many features of entertainment were arranged for the merry company. From a Jack Horner pie, over which Mrs. Louis Davis presided, toys were drawn with white ribbons by the girls and red ribbons by the boys. Mrs. Thomas Parken, Jr.. had charge of thy fish pond, and from this toys In tho shape of pels, lish and turtles were caught with fishing poles and hooks. Mrs. George Dibrell conducted a doll hunt, in which tho little boy and girl who found the most dolls concealed all over the house received a pretty toy. Affording much amusement was the effort made by eaeh child, while blind-floded, to strike with a long stick a bag of candy suspended from a doorway. Prizes were awarded to those who were successful. Stands of poinsettlas and ferns decorated the house and in the dining-room tempting refreshments were sein-ed. The little guests were seated at a long table and live smaller ones, of which the appointments were very original. The central ornament of the larger tablo was a Vicker receptacle in the shape of a huge turkey, In the natural colors, mounted -on a pumpkin and tilled with large red apples. Silver candelabra with red candles and surrounded with garlands of smllax were at each end of the table. Souvenirs at c-jlc place were a popping kiss and tiny figures of Marv Jane. Buster Brown and other characters familiar to the little folk, filled with bonbons. On the smaller tables silver candlesticks with red candles were the central decorations. Master Hamilton Love was dressed in while serge and those enjoying his hospitality were: Misses Kleanor Allen Mary W. Llndsey Martha Crockett Frances. Stokes Frances Harris Alice H. Lindsev Elizabeth Dibrell Julia Blair Helen Hooper Lula Hampton Carolvn Jones Loyette Hampton Martha Hates Elizabeth Parkes Masters J. Horton Fall, Jr. Gregg Oman Eugene O. Harris Alfred Price Robert Harwell Moulton Farrar Thomas Ilardlson John Ferris Hunt James R. Love. Jr. Allen Meadors, Jr. Misses-Elizabeth Esles Nancy Pierce Margaret Pierce Lady Love Pierce Cornelia Murray Irene Malone Cain Lucy Ann McGugln S 'trail Murray Elizabeth Flte Florence Adams Annie G. Love Rachel Hooper Martha Shwab Masters-Charles E. Hunt, Jr. W. Louis PnvJs, Jr. Turner Merrltt Thomas L. Parkes B. Kirk Rankin Russell HooDer Dudley K. Jones Fdwin A. Price, Jr. Frank G. Fite. Jr. Robert H. Love.