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SOC I A Jb N QJVEs fERS O N A LGOSsTp .. i- a i a i is a I a 1 1 v nrrrrrs v ;jmiui xsmLjj. u.vy j Jfjff j TELEPHONE 8T-J iff. honoree: Jtfl p( M4- . , T nf ( no: miss , ucuim .Hind, hostess; 5:30 p. m. Mrs. Warner r. following re ,l VTriprht-Hamm wedding. Lee; American Legion Hall; Jet supper; km. nosio, m. Wednesday irrht-Hamm wedding: m. Tuesday r..Jkprchief shower; Mrs. R. Jinstpss: Miss marina t St. Wpthodrst church; 8:30 'ception following Wright- m wedding, 422 River street. Fridcy Ird-Dancy weaaing; nrst ibvtcrian church; 3 p, ince; Elks Uud; a p. m. ; Social Forecast liter to Entertain. ! R. H. Spicer will entertain ir of f iss Martha Dancy, i marriage to Mr. George E. ill be an interesting event of ; ridsy afternoon, at three-thir- ik. A handkerchief shower will Mure of the occasion. I flub. . pleasant little organization j as the D.A.M. Club will meet ; iv afternoon with Miss Leona id as hostess at her home on . ; street. Miss Strickland's i ire invited for five oclock. l Supper to Follow k Rehearsal. mg the rehearsal of the lllamm wedding which will lice at St. James Methodist ! Tuesday evening at eight Mrs. Warner T. Hamm will t the bridal party at buf fer at her home on River "his will be the last of a bril ies of pre-nuptial events tak- m since announcement of Miss It Hnmm's engagement to Mr 11. Wright was made. t Legion Dance, y evening, the local post American Legion will hold J dance at the Legion Home. will start as usual at nine of Wright-Hamm rian social event of the com 4 will be the marriage of Miss " Priscilla Hamm to Mr. !.Jytle Wright, which will take Wednesday evening at half eijpit oclock, at St. James Me .t Ihurch. Rev. J. D. Sibert, t f the church .will perform .rfiony, and the bride will be '4 marriage by her father, Mr. H. 0. Hamm. Miss Hamm will have as her ma-tron-of-honor, her sister-in-law, Mrs Warner T. Hamm, and as her maid- ot-honor, Miss Alice Elliott, of Sal lsoury, aid. Her other attendants will be Miss Katherine Howell, Mount Sterling, Ky., Miss Omar Da vis, mrs. tester Bush, and Mrs uouis i. Jarmon. Two sweet little flower girls will be Mary Titghman tne uaugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Tilghman, and Harriette Tenney, tne daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E Tenney. Mr. Wright will have as his best man, Mr. Warner T. Hamm, the brother of the bride, the other groomsmen being Messrs. Tom Tilgh man, Harry K. Keller, Wallace H, Griggs, and William M. Blackwell, Prior to the entrance of the bridal party, a program of wedding music will be given by Mrs. W. G. Tilgh man, organist, Mr. John Q. Tilgh man, violinist, Mr. Noah Tilghman. tenor, and Mrs. L. E. Tenney, so prano. Immediately following the cere mony, a reception will take place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. 0. Hamm. Miss Hamm is a very popular mem ber of the younger society set here, and her sincere and winning person ality has won for her friends of all her acquaintances. She is a member of a family prominent in both social and business circles, being the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Hamm. Mr. Wright came to Palatka about a year ago from his former home at Hopkinsville, Ky., and is a promi nent young business man of the city, being cashier of the Putnam National Bank. Entertained at Luncheon. Miss Priscilla Hamm, her mother, and those who will be her attendants when she is married to Mr. Robert L Wright, Wednesday evening, were the luncheon guests, yesterday, of Mrs. John N. Walton and Miss Susie Walton, at their home on River street. These ladies had followed a greon and white color-scheme in the ap pointments of this pretty affair. Big green and white butterflies were placed among sprays of asparagus fern to compose the central table decoration, and upon the wings of the butterflies, which were brilliant with diamond dust, burning tapers in silver candelabra cast a beautiful light. The effect was charming, and distinctly novel. Marking the places were dainty hand-painted cards. A saucy cupid was percned on a trunn, ine lag thereon carrying the name of the guest. Miss Hamm s place-card, however, pictured a cupid trying to move various pieces of baggage. It was significant that some of the bag- i gage was marked "P. H." and others IV. W." delicious six-course luncheon was enjoyed. Invited to this "butter fly luncheon," by Mrs. Walton and her daughter, were: Miss Priscilla Hamm, Miss Kathernie Howell, of Mount Sterling, Ky, Miss Alice El liott, Miss Omar Davis, Mrs. II. 0 Hamm, Mrs. Warner T. Hamm, Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Louis T, mon. Jar- younger 1RAND THEATRE NIGHT 6:45 MO XI) AY A IN EE 3 P. M. ' iKgmM A5V :v, j IPl F ' 1 e Ford-Dancy Wedding Plans A quiet event about which, never theless, centers much cordial inter est, will be the marriage, Friday af ternoon, of Miss Martha Loucile Dancy, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs E. D. Dancy, to Mr. George Elmer Ford. This popular young couple will be married at three oclock, Friday af ternoon, at the First Presbyterian church, Dr. Donald Macqueen, pastor of the church, reading the service. Mrs. R. S. O'Haver will play the wedding march. Miss Dancy and Mr. Ford will be unattended, and will leave shortlv auer tne ceremony for a motor trip CO SOUth Florida. On thoir. ratnr-r. they will occupy one of the Bruce apartments on North Fourth street. No invitations have been issued to this wedding, but as both young peo ple are popular here, their friends wMl be on hand to witness the cere mony. Miss Dancy has mad her home here for a number of vears. and is a bright, clever and attractive girl, a member of one of Florida's ptomment families. Mr. Ford is a member of the firm of H. M. deMont mollin and comnanv. and is onp nf the most prominent of the business men of the city. A Merrv Surprise Part v. After the regular weekly practice of the choir of St. James Methodist church, Friday evening, Mr. Robert L. Wright, a member of the organi zation, left the church with his fian cee, Miss Priscilla Hamm, ostensib ly for "a little drive." They had not tone far, however, when Miss Hamm announced she had left something sue wanted at home and had to tro uack for it. Mr. Wright very innocently walk ed into the trap, and as he and Miss Hamm entered the living room of the Hamm home, which was all in carkness, the lights flashed on, and Mr. Wright was vastly surprised to ec that he was the honor-guest at surprise party." However, ho sustained his poise admirably, iven when ushered ' into the dining-room' vheie he was presented with a "show er," which was made up of a va riety of funny, novel or useful little rifts from his fellow-members of he St. James choir. The spirit of the occasion may erhaps be beet illustrated by a dis- cription of a few of the gifts. At- whed to a spring lock was the le ft d, "Lock up the past and so pre serve the future." Accomrjanvinir a lling pin was a card which read, 'An article of warfare with which iu may shortly become most fami- iiir with, and my wish to vnu in our married life is that you will learn to display great dignity in dodging its emphatic love-pats." One guest, vho knew the honor-guest's fondness for a certain homely vege table, had made, of an enormous Spanish onion, a cunning negro baby. After the shower had been laugh ed over and Mr. Wrigl . had made a very brief speech, the jolly party enjoyed sandwiches and coffee. Present at this merry affair were: Mrs. C. B. Carswell, Miss Nell Bond, Mrs. John Bond, Mr. and Mrs. N. 0. Riles, Miss Ruth Bray, Mrs. E F. White, Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Hamm, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tilghman, Mrs Lester Bush, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Vickers, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs J. H.. Hickenlooper, Miss Priscilla Ham and Mr. Robert L. Wright. Mrs. R. L. James and Mrs. R. M. Hodge, Misses Edith Kupper busch and Bess O'Neil left Palatka Friday morning for a trip down the east coast, by auto, to Miami. They expect to return to Palatka Wed nesday. Mrs. J. E. Johnson returned to Palatka after a visit of several days with friends in Savannah. Miss Thekla Wylie, of Intcr lachen, is visiting Miss Florence McRae for a few days at her home on Main srteet. A. 0. Johnson returned ,to Pa latka after a visit of several days in Jacksonville where he was called to attend business interests. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dancy, of Vero, Pla., iwUl arrive Wednesday to be the guests of Mr. Dancy's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Dancy. They wil 1 be among out-of-town guests at the Ford-Dancy wedding Friday afternoon. E. Wurtz Grey and daughter, Mary, who have been spending a few days here with relatives, will leave this evening for their home in Jacksonville, accompanied by Mr. Grey's sister, Mrs. F. D. Ackerman, and by his niece, Mrs. E. W. Elyliott, who will be his guests for a short stay. Mrs. H. P. Peterson, of West Tacoi, was shopping in Palatka, Fri day. Alston R. Haile was in Palatka for a short time, Friday, en route from his home at Daytona, to Jack sonville, where he made a short busi ness stay. Miss Beulah Wadlington, of Hopkinsville, Ky., who has been hero WD J DON'T COUGH You can stop that distressing cough stop it quicklyandsurely. Foley's Honey and Tar is the best known and most sue- ceuful family cough medicine on the (nukct. It looteni the phlegm and ma com; soothes the raw inflamed aurfaces, earn the oreneu and givei quick relief. Contains no opiates. F. 0. PrtTO, Bedford, lad., writes tUs: "ll (rippe Mt mt with a severe cough. I lost la -weight and got so thia It looked as though Z would Barer get well. I tried Foley'a Honor and Tar and after taking two bottles, I am w veil abd bock t 7 (ormw woight." For sale by J. H. Haughton. 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They; will be among out-of-town guests at ' the Ford-Dancy wedding, Friday af trenoon. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Charges! P. Philips will be interested to know' that they have left Atlanta for Wash- j ington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Philips were married here on the twenty-j eighth of September, and are on! their wedding trip. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hudson j lucitcynoius will be interested to know that they passed through Pa latka Friday night en route from Hopkinsville, Ky., to SanMateo, where they will spend a short time at the McReynolds' home there going later to Crescent City, where Mr. McRey nolds' business interests require his presence during the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. McReynolds traV8Wlf by automobile. Miss Ethel Winton, of Jackson ville, will be among the out-of-town guests at the Forrl-Dancy wedding (Contined on Page 4) JOIN THE AMERICAN LEGION You need the Legion the Le gion needs you. Are you go ing to do your share now? 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