The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on October 20, 1925 · 11
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THE CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA, CA., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1925. PACE ELEVEN give Mrs. E. Jt. Johnson will bridze-tea in honor of her. ness meeting last week are: Marie iretary and treasurer, and Marie Ba- names having already been submitted Reeves, president : LeMerle Reeves, I ker, publicity chairman. The club will J by the vice president, who is chairman vice president ; Lydia Willingham, sec-' welcome other new members, several I of the membership committee. Brilliant Autumn Days Give Added Interest To Social Events Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. J. F. fcelman honored their guest with a bridge-supper at their home on North Decatur road. Bridal Parties f Are Honored With Suppers See a New Fall Dress Cut Out Fitted Shown on aldvingModel Morning and afternoon all tnis week you can get this practical instruction at Wonderfully brisk and brilliant autumn days give added zest to the delightfuj social affairs scheduled for each day, and one finds oneself eagerly anticipating the charming events that make up the day's calendar. Society is interested in the wedding of Miss Dorothy Popham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Popham, and Frank L. Stanton, Jr., which will be solemnized at 8:30 o'clock this evening at the home of the bride's parents on Peachtree road, the Rev. Father Hasson performing the ceremony. , Mrs. Valeria Langeloth and Miss Elizabeth Knapp, of Riverside, Conn, the guests of ex-Governor and Mrs. John M. Slaton, continue to be honored at charming affairs, and today Mrs. John W. Grant will honor them at luncheon at "Craigelachie," her home on Pace's Ferry road. Two brides-elect will be complimented at affairs today, when Mr. and Mrs. James L. Key will entertain at a buffet supper following the rehearsal for the wedding of Miss Marie Herbert Rhodes and John J. Robertson, which will take place on Wednesday evening, and Miss Norma Estes, another bride-elect, will be given a bridge-tea by Miss Marie Pearce at her home in Decatur this afternoon, and will be 'again honored today at a bridge-luncheon given by Mrs. Stanley Hastings at her home in Decatur. Mrs. O. B. Meyer and Mrs. Dorothy Meyer Hones will give the third of a series of luncheons at which they have been entertaining today at their home on Blueridge avenue, and Mrs. L. C. McKinley will entertain her bridge club in honor of her sister, Mrs. frank Cockran, of St. Petersburg, Fla., this afternoon. MARY BROOKS PICKEN'S FALL DRESSMAKING EXPOSITION Mrs. Slaton will be hosts at dinner at 'Wingfield" for their guests, the guest list to number sixteen. Thursday night they will be guests at dinner of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. McBurney at their home on Peach-tree street, going later to the theater. Announcement of other parties will follow later. Little Miss Warren Celebrates Birthday. Mrs. B. F. Warren entertained Thursday afternoon at her home on Atlanta avenue in honor of her little daughter, Catherine, celebrating her seventh birthday. The color scheme of pink and white was carried out throughout the house. Interesting games were played and lovely prizes awarded. Miss Katherine Echols entertained with a number of selected dances. The honor guest wore a dainty pink georgette dress trimmed in rosebuds and ribbon. Twenty-four little friends were invited for this delightful occasion. College ParTciub Will Hold Meeting. The College Park Woman's club will hold its regular meeting Wednesday. October 21, at 3 o'clock, at the College Park auditorium, Mrs. W. E. Lotspeich, president, presiding. Mrs. Eva Thornton will be in charge of the program. Mrs. R. K. Ramho, president of the Atlanta City Federation, will speak on "Federation." Mrs. Bateman will sing a groun of songs accompanied by Mrs. HarryMcCovan. Home Park P.-r. A. To Meet. The Home Park Tai-enf-Teacher association will hold its regular monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon, October 21, at 2:30 o'clock in the school auditorium. An interesting program has been arranged and all patrons are urged to attend. Refreshments will be served. Lov ell-At wood Wedding Announced. Sincere interest centers in the announcement of the marriage of Miss Virginia Jjovell and Atwood Cole which was solemnized Saturday at high noon at the home of the groom's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Dunwody, in Arcadia, Fla. The little maid of honor entered first, she was Miss Reba Dunwody, and was lovely in a dainty soft blue frock and she carried a basket of pink roses. She was followed by Mrs. Elliot Dunwody, matron-of-honor, in a brown chiffon appliqued ' with velvet and she carried an arm bouquet of red roses. The beautiful bride entered on the arm of Elliot Dunwody, who gave her in marriage. She wore a charming white crepe de chine combined with filet worn with a- large pictvfre hat of white horse hair trimmed with valley lilies. She carried an arm bouquet of bride's roses. She was met at the altar by the groom and his best man. James Howard Cole. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Dunwody entertained at a luncheon. The table was overlaid with a handsome cover and held as its central decoration a basket of roses. After which Mr. and Mrs. Cole left for Seabring, by automobile. On their return they will make their home in West Palm Beach. Mrs. Cole traveled in a figured georgette ensemble suit with a black hat to match. Mrs. Cole is a young girl of charming personality, having recently moved to Atlanta to make her home with her sister, Mrs. II. Jj. Sparrow, on Montgomery Ferry road. Mr. Cole is the son of Mrs. Hattie Dunwody Cole, and the grandson of Mrs. Hattie Dunwody. Mr. Cole attended Georgia Tech, where he was a member of the Kappa Alpha fraternity, lie later finished his education at Vanderbilt university. lie is now engaged in the insurance business with his miele. Bert Cole, in West Palm Beach, Fla. Miss Farrell Is Honored at Affairs. Miss Mathilde Farrell, of New Orleans, is the guest of Mrs. J. F. Sel-man, at her home, 40 North Decatur road, and is being delightfully entertained at a number of lovely affairs. Wednesday evening Miss Evelyn Carmichael will entertain for her at a bridge-party at her home in Druid Hills. On Thursday evening Mrs. W. Xi. Adair will give a bridge party at her home on Park drive in honor of Miss Farrell. - Miss Farrell will be again complimented on Friday afternoon when By special arrangement with Mary Brooks Picken, the foremost authority orf dressmaking in America, this store is presenting a unique demonstration for women who make or would like to make their own clothes. An expert dressmaker cuts and fits the dress step by step a different dress at each performance. A lecturer explains just how the work is done. Beautiful New Fall Dresses are shown on Living Models. Tempting Fall Fabrics are displayed, with suggestions for their use. Instruction Booklets are given free to all attending. And the experts are in the store all day every day to advise you in the planning and making of your fall clothes. Miss Catherine Candler was hostess Monday evening at dinner at the Piedmont Driving club in compliment to Miss Marie Herbert Rhodes and John J. Robertson, of Mi. Leonard, Mo., whose marriage will be an interesting event of Wednesday. The beautifully-appointed table was placed in a private dining room of the club and was adorned in the center by a huge basket filled with long-stemmed pink roses. The color motif of pink and white was prettily carried out in the place cards, tapers, ices and mints. Covers were placed for members of the bridal party. Popham-Stanton Rehearsal. Miss Dorothy Topham and Frank L. Stanton, Jr., whose wedding will be a beautiful event of this evening, were honor guests Monday evening at the buffet supper at which Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Popham entertained at their home on Peachtree road following the rehearsal. Miss Popham wore an attractive gown of apple green satin. The guests included members of the bridal party, out-of-town guests and family connections. Miss Norma Eetes Given Parties. Miss Norma Estes, whose wedding will be an event of October 27, was honored by Miss Evelyn Knox at a beautiful luncheon at the Piedmont Driving club on Monday. A number of other lovely prenuptial parties have been planned for Miss Estes. , Miss Stanley Hastings will entertain at a bridge-luncheon at her new home in Decatur today. Mrs. Emmett Collier will entertain at her home in Atlanta, and Miss Mary Brown will give a tea Wednesday afternoon. Miss Nancy Kennedy will be hostess at a bridge-luncheon Thursday, October 22. Mrs. P. H. Jeter will entertain at a tea Friday, October 23. Miss Mary Foster will give a bridge-luncheon Saturday morning, and Mrs. H. G. Hastings a bridge-tea on Saturday afternoon. Monday evening. October 26. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Estes, Sr., will entertain the bridal party at a buffet supper at their home in Woodlawn, Decatur, following the rehearsal for the wedding. Atlanta Chapter U. D. C. Will Hold Meeting. , A Tod Program : ay s 99 Junior Music Club Will Meet Tuesday. The first regular meeting of the College Park Junior Music club will be held Tuesday at 3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. W. Wall. At this meetiiig an interesting program will be rendered, the subject being the violin. The program will consist of a study of the instrument and violin solos. The officers for the coming year as elected at the busi- "The Eva Morning 10:30 Tailored Frocks for Street and Business. Cutting and Fitting a Tailored Model. . -. Afternoon 2:30 Dresses of Satin, Crepe or Velvet and when to wear them. Cutting and Fitting a Velvet Prompt Mail Service Black. Velvet with chic bow of black satin, and smart walking heel. One of many striking fall slippers shown here in this popular material. Oanulna Crane Blosiom Wedding Bine 3 Model. Rich's Second Floor Silk Section M . Rich & Bros. Co. BROAD -ALABAMA & FORSYTH STS.-THONE WALNUT 4036 DUmond UountlEfS !a Miss Tempteman Honors Miss Moore. An interesting pre-nnptial event of Satnrdav afternoon was a bridge-tea given bv Miss Mattie N. Templeman at her home on St. Charles avenue in honor of Miss Corinne Moore, a lovely bride-elect of November. At the conclusion of the game the bride-elect was presented with a love-lv hand-made boudoir pillow, and Mrs. William Durand Smith, the winner of the ton score prize, with an attractive bridge set. The consolation prize was presented by Mrs. Pierre Vignaux. Tea was served by the hostess younger sister. Miss Virginia Templeman, and her niece. Miss Jlowena Wyche, who, together with Mrs. James E. Mc-Ree. Jr.. assisted in entertaining. Twelve friends were invited for this affnir. E. A. MORGAN'S Jeweler 10 & 13 East Hunter St. M Serving Atlanta 58 Years Rich's Beauty Contented i You. are always confi dent that your beauty , has been developed to' its highest possibilities Atlanta chapter U. D. C, will meet 'Thursday at 3 o'clock, at the chap-tor house, corner Juniper and Sixth streets. Popular Visitors Honored at Affairs. Manv affairs are being given in lionor of Mrs. Valeria Langeloth and her cousin. Miss Elizabeth Knapp. f "Walhall," Riverside, Conn., the "uests of former Governor and Mrs. ioltn M. Slaton, at "Wingfield." Mrs. Frank Iniuan had these charming visitors at luncheon Monday at he Atlanta Biltmore covers being laid :'or sis. Tuesday Mrs. John Grant will be .istess at a luncheon at "Craigel-ichie' for these guests of her sister. Irs. Slaton, the guest list to number lit. Wednesday Mrs. Robert Cotton vlston will entertain for them at .ncheon at "Woodville." Wednesday evening Governor and after using Gouraud's Oriental Cream. White Flesh-Rachel. l "K Send I Oc for Trial Slz Jjt I M. RICH 6 BROS. CO. X M. Rich & Bros. Company Exclusively at Rich's v Frost in the Air! Qctober-r-r9 s Keen Chill! At Rich's, Plenty of Warm, New 1 54 1 B..omkct5 Hartmann Trunks Travel Far Serve Faithfully Especially Priced at WERE you c-c-cold last night? 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FOURTH FI.OGIi Sample Hartmann Trunks $56.95 Sample Hartmann Trunk, Special at $45 64.95 Sample Hartmann Trunk, Special at $57.50 $54.95 Sample Hartmann Trunk, Special -at $49.50 $110 Sample Hartmann Trunk, Special at p"5 Other Sample Hartmann Trunks at great reductions Wool Blanks, $.50 Regularly $8.50 extra fine quality 5o wool blankets. Blue" tan, gray, pink, or red plaids. Three-inch sateen binding. Size 66x80-in. A good buy. Cotton-Filled Comforts, $A-95 Full-sized, warm com-' forts filled with cotton and covered with colorful floral silkalene with 9-in. plain border. Blue, gold, rose, lavender. Wool-Filled Comforts, 5 1 f95 Special! Big, fluffy, -1- wool-filled comforts covered with plain color lingette. Full size 72x 84-in. Gold, blue, lavender, rose. Down Comforts, $22.50, $25 and $27.50. BSCH'S, SECOND FLOOR Cotton Blankets, SS -Extra soft cotton blan-kets, double woven, single blankets so desired for slumber throws, as well as general use. Novelty dice patterns pink and buff, blue and oxfords or blue and gray. Wool Blankets, SQ.95 Unusually fluffy, big, warm wool blankets 75 wool. Large block plaids of blue, tan, red, rose, lavender, corn. Size 70x80-in. 59.95 pr. Plaid Blankets, $Q-95 Selling regularly for $ 1 0.95. Rich's Special Tartan plaid wool blankets in bright Scotch plaids. Size 66xS0-in. Special, $8.95 pair. , Comforts, $T.95 Wool - Filled! Warm! .Covered with figured Silkalene with 9-in. plain borders. In rose, blue, gold or lavender.. Special, $7.95. M. Rich & Bros. Co. BROAD -ALABAMA & FORSYTH STS-'PHONE WALNUT 4636 M. Rich & Bros. Co. BROAD -ALABAMA fr FORSYTH STS.PHONE WALNUT A -A

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