Mrs. L. Crozier French Guest Of
Tuesday was the annual observation of Vice-president's
day of the Browning Circle. At
the close of the business meeting, Pres. Mrs. Moody presented Mrs. W. W. Grant to the Cir-
cle as the Vice-president. Mrs.
Grant made a fine talk and at
its close, introduced Mrs. L.
Crozier French, of Knoxville,
who was present as the honored guest of the Circle. Mrs.
French made a very interesting and instructive talk on,
"Law, its necessity, beauty and
beneficence." In speaking of the
laws of Tennessee as relating
to women, she spoke of the
fact that they had been wonder-
fully improved by the last legislature and would be made
still better by the next one.
Mrs. French is Pres. of the Suffrage League of Tennessee and
of course wants to see and says
she will see, the women of Tennessee given the ballot. She is
a very entertaining speaker and
a very pleasant appearing lady
and makes friends wherever
she goes. The ladies, fortunate
enough to be present at this
meeting were loud in praises
of the afternoon's entertainment. The rooms of the libra-
ry were artistically decorated
in yellow and white the club colors.
A social hour was enjoyed during which tea and sand-
wiches were served by several
young ladies thus- closing a very pleasant afternoon.
Mrs. French spoke to the cit-
izens of Athens in the library
Building Tuesday night at 7:30. I
Her subject was ''The Enfran-
chisement of Women." Her
talk was logical, instructive and
entertaining. She presented her
ideas in a plain matter of fact
way that appealed to her audi-
ence. After the meeting steps
were taken toward the organization of a Suffrage League in
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