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WINCHESTER
[Special to The Tlmee-Dlapatch.]
Winchester, VA., Juno 22.?Governor
Mann, of Virginia, who made an ad?
dress at the Virginia Military Insti?
tute at Lexington on Wednesday, spent
Thursday i,, this city, having come
to speak at an agricultural meeting,
and while In town Ills Excellency was
entertained by Harry F. Byrd at the
home of his par. nts. Spenker and Mrs.
Richard Evelyn Uyrd, on Amtierst
Street.
Miss Margaret Grlffls, who has been
visiting friends in town, lias returned
to lief home in Baltimore.
Mrs. T. .1. We them and Miss Fauntle
foy have returned to Parkcrsburg, W.
Va , after visiting at the home of Mrs.
?Nance Lee Coble.
Mrs. Lee and her granddaughter.
Miss BOOthe, of Alexandria, came sev?
eral days ago to spend some llmo at
the home of Miss Sherrard.
Or. and Mrs. Brant/ M RoSXSl.
Joseph B. Ames. Miss Mario Ames and
Miss Willie McGUIre were among the
.Winchester people who attended the
finals and halls at the Virginia Mili?
tary Institute at Lexington this week.
Miss Vera Lynch, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice M. Lynch, left early
in the week to spend some time In
Harrlsonburg.
Miss Mamie Durban, of Mansfield, o..
Is stopping with the missch McCartney
'Hi their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Luring A. Covor, of
Baltimore, who have been visiting
relatives and friends in town. re?
turned this week to their country
[place In Ho- Green Spring Valley, mak?
ing the nip In their car, accompanied
by Mrs Harry R. Kern and Mrj. R.
Gray Williams, and they were Jo'ned
to.veraI days later by Mr. Covers sls
ter, Mrs. Hairy K. Russell, and her
little daughter.
Mls? Frances Larrlck lias gono to
?llarrtsonbiirg. where she will spund
*? mij: weeks.
Mrs. E Miller Streit and Miss Ethel
Adams b-ft this week on an extended
visit to friends 'n Cleveland and Ur
ibanna, O., and will also visit Niagara
Falls and points in Cunada while
away.
Mrs William C. Comatock and her
daughter, little Catherine Comstouk.
?who have been visiting Mrs. J. C East
ham at the borne of her parents, Mr.
und Mrs. Isaac W. Russell, have ic
turned to Baltimore.
M:.-s Nannie Walter has gone on an
? ctended visit t-j relatives in Balti?
more.
Miss Carile Hunter, who has been
tp-ridlng the winter and spring in
South Carolina, has reopened the
house Ol her lather. Major Robert W.
Hunter, for the summer, and will be
joined by other relatives from the
fc-outh next week.
State Senator and Mr?a. Myers ami
their daughti-r. of Montana, and A. W.
Campbell. 01 Nowata, Okla.. arc visit
tog tin family of Mrs William Wood
<>. it "lb n Rutnle, In the west end.
Miss Eiste Worn st, of Lancaster,
IF a., i .-.rn>- a few days ago to visit Miss
Octavla Kline.
..I.i.K Eva Jackson, who has been
visiting friends In town, has returned
t i hi r home at WilHanisporat. Md.. ac?
companied by Mrs.. Frank Walters and
hl r daughter.
Miss Ross Read Lock wood is in
town for the stimmer, after spending
tl . wlntei and spring at Annapolis,
Md.
.v.ss Jacqueltn Smith Is vls'tlng
friends at West River, Md.
Mr. arid Mr.-. Howard Sheely have
returned to Baltimore, nfter visiting
11 lends in this city.
HIGH POINT
(Special to The Times-Dispatch J
High Point. N. C. June 22.?With
.touches of find daisies here and tiieio
adecorations in the reception and
drawing rooms, with cakes and l.-ea,
'with six tables for bridge dominoes,
unii Japaneae fans as favors. Mrs J,
3t. Reltzol entertained at her beautiful
home on North Main Wednesday morn
Ing In honor of her visiting guests,
.M.s. Clay Welborn. of Yorkvllle. and
3dr?. Wrenn, of Slier v-lty. About
thirty-five friends greatly enjoyed the
occasion.
?. Mrs. Henry White, chairman of the
home economics department of the Wo?
man's ClUb, entertained this depart
iVieut on itb lasv 'meeting of the year ]
ui hci home In the "Quaker Woods I
lust Tuesday afternoon.
The P, P. C.'s. consisting of school
gills who are on the search for pleas- '
Ure dining vacation, met at tnc home J
oi Mis.- Thelma Wlncskle, on Hamilton
(Avonucy IVuesday afternoon. where I
DCVen tables of blind dominoes was the I
source of pleasure. Miss Dorethy 1
Snow won the prize, after which Ices |
were served. The club name was .
< hi nged frnr.i P. O. P. to p. p. t\ by ,<
large vote. P. P. C. stands for Pied?
mont Pleasure Club. These meetings
take place every Tuesday afternoon,
and have so iar proved most enjoy?
able.
From youth to age Is sometimes a
btiort, sometimes u long cry. The
grandmothers were invited to th,; home
.of Mrs. J. A. Turner on Bouth Main
?Street on Tuesday in honor of her
another, Mrs. John P. Little, of Little's
Mill. They came to abide a /hile with
their knitting, but while memory was
Busy and the "old song-" were sung
tio conversational knitting regularly
dropped and gathered Its stitches. It
bfraa a most pleasurable occasion. The
firandmothers present were Mcsdamcs
lEmcrson Aired. Wyall Armilela,
(Joseph Cox, L J. Dlffee, Albert Doda
rhcad, Mary Hayes, L. J. Ingram.
-Happy JohnJtaPJ Hen/y Kearns. Susan
ilCcarns, homas Kirkman, Seaborn
Perry, Amos Ragan, James Richard?
son. Allen Tomflnaon und Clara Turner.
The last meeting Of the \V. U. T.
Club of tiie season has been held at
the home <>t Mrs. Alvln Parker. After
tm last exchange of books and thirty
minutes of pleasant conversation, tho
hostess served r,i/i'cshmcnts to the
following members: Mcsdames Alfred
v atdwell, James J. Farrlaa, Thomas .1.
Gold, Charles H?user, Cyrus Wheeler
ii ml Miss I. irvln Pay lor, Mary Alex
lander and Blanche Bradshaw.
Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. j. W
Harris gave, an at-home in honor of
Mrs. Virgil A J. Idol, ne.- Miss Annie
[Sue Wilson, of Winston, a charmin.g
June bride.
At Hollidrry-Hnrst. the new and i
.beautiful home 01 Mrs. Samuel L. i
iX>avls, was given a reception Wed
ncsday afternoon in honor of the host- '
ess' sister. Miss Ruby Holllday. of
Marlon. S. C, and Miss Jene Smith. 1
of Baltimore. Mrs. Ed Kirkman
greeted the guests at the entrance,
whence they were taken to the re?
ceiving line by Mrs. W. T. Parker, af?
terwards being ushered by Mrs. J. A.
Turner and Mrs. Ed Parker Into the
library, where delicious punch was
?erved by Mrs. Lyon. Mrs. Matton, as
Fisted by Misses Llpnie ...inn and Nan
K.-arns. The. reception halls and
[Library were decorated with large
bowls "of aweetpeas, and the dlninc
room was beautiful in roses, white
and red.
In honor of their graduation from
the city hospital, a charming banquet
was given Ml Bsc* Bessie Wicker and
Flora Mebane Monday evening by Drs.
J. T. Burrus, 1>. A. Stanton and Guy
Duncan at tile Payne House, which
was decorated with red and white
electiic lights on the lawn and veran?
das. Or. and Mrs. Burrus and tho
honoress received In the dining room.
Where an Informal reception was held
before reperring to the rose-decorated
dining room, where covers were la'd
for forty. Dr. Burrus was toast master,
and responses were made by Dr, Stan
ton. Homer Wheeler, Dr. A. E. Frnxlcr,
i, nd J. SechreSt. The latter presented
the diplomas'. After tho banquet there
Was dancing until the. early morning.
AMHERST
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. I
Amhei'st. Va., June 22.?Most of the
young people of Amtierst who at?
tended school away from home this
year have returned for vacation.
Among those spending the slimmer at
Iheir homes here ale Cadets Clarence
Cox. I'evton H. Evans, Tom While-head
mid Everett Scott, of the. Virginia
Polytechnic Institute.
Miss Helen B. .loyner on Wednesday
left for Cliarloftcsvllle to attend the
Summer School of Methods.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Harrison
und daughter. Annie, of Lynchburg, uro
spending the summer at Amtierst.
Rev. M. S. Colonna. presiding elder
for Charlottesville District, this week
visited at Rev. L. H. Early's.
, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Reed have re
GRADUATES OF STAUNTON HIGH SCHOOL
[Special] to Tho Times-Dispatch. 1
Staunion. Va.. June 22.?The Staun
"ton public schools have 'hH<1 .the'r
commencement exercises. The High
School graduated tnventy?fourteen
young wom.n and six young men.
The superintendent Is Professor .T. P.
Xeff. formerly of Hklimond, and the
principal of the llls-h School. K. K
She-wrnake. .Jr.. has jmt a great iU>a!
of life Into the school. For the first
?itnr the H Kh School published a ?aper
Idur'ng the session, and it made o/ulte
a hit. At the close of the session ther.;
were class day exorcises one nlsrht
and graduation exercises the r.^xt. held
in bhe Bevarley Theatre, which tra
crowded on en/ h occasion.
turned from a visit to Rev. .). C- Reed
and family at Blackstune.
Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Bowman
this week. alt.-nd<-d the State Bankers'
Convention at Newport News.
Major William Brodle, of Blackshurg.
spent the week-end at Mrs. S. B. Talla- i
ferro's. tin will sail from New York ;
lor Liverpool, and will spend some j
ilme alljroao, returning to Virginia
about September 1.
W. Thompson Vorheis. who was
call<*l to Amtierst on account of the '.
death of his father. Dr. F. F, Voorhels.
li-.is week returned to Memphis. Tenn , I
where h- Is engaged In business.
Mrs E. F. Stump, of I- lorlda. is |
visiting her mother, Mrs. James E.
Wood.
Mrs. C. 1* Scott has re/turned from a '
pleasant visit to her old home in Albe- j
marie county.
Misses Ruth Cunningham and Elisa- '
r>eth Bowman have gone to Blackston? j
to visit Rev. J. C Reed and family. [
Miss Gladys Pendleton. of Lynch- j
burg, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. R. T.
Harrison.
APPOMATTOX
Appomattox, Va.. June 22.?Superin?
tendent J. K. Hannah Is visiting rela?
tives at Charlotte Courthouse.
Mrs. A. H. Gregory left to-day for
Amelia Courthouse, where she win I
spend several weeks with friends nr.d
rels tives.
Mrs Mndsaty Crawley !<-.'t yesterday
for Warrcnton, and will spend her ;
summer with her mother. Mrs. C. E. j
Haitzclaw. at "Ash Lawn."
Miss lyey Smith, of Chrlstianaburg, i
ar.d Miss Ruth Hancock, of r.ynchburg. i
are visiting at the homo of Mrs. J. R.
Atwoods,
Miss Inez Palmer left to-day to visit
friends In Baltimore.
a. R. HOT wood and Tad Sears mo?
tored to Richmond yesterday, and will
return in a few dsys.
Mrs Wright, of Richmond, i* ylsltlnS
her brothers, Frank and Winston Mc
K Inne vs.
P. T, Burke went to Old Point to
attend the Virginia Rankers' Associa?
tion. He was accompanied by his wife
and little son. Richard.
The Oakvllle High >choo) commence?
ment began last Sunday night w'th a
sermon by Rev. B. C Huhbard Mon?
day night. Hon. a. F. Thomas de?
livered an able address to the school.
Kc\ Mr. Hl.ks delivered the prfies.
Mrs. Hugh C. Smith, wife of Dr.
Smith, now of ChrIstlanshurg. Is visit?
ing friends In the village.
Mrs. Maker and daughter, of Ken?
tucky, ate visiting Mrs. Baker's daugh?
ter. Mrs. W. F.. Smith, and will spend
.some time In town.
BURKEVILLE
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Burkevllle. Va.. June 2'.'.?Mrs. H. W.
Hundley was the hostess for the Book
Club on Thursday. Mesdames Davis,
of Burkevllle. Gatlin, of South Caro?
lina, und Blarney, of Chicago, were
guests of the club. .v lovely musical
program delighted the club. after
which ii two-course buffet luncheon
was .served. The club adjourned at
this meeting until October.
Dr. John Mann, of Petersburg, visited
George Scott this week.
Mrs. Ida Bell Jackson has returned
to her home in Norfolk.
Mrs. Turner, of Chatham, visited her
bis-let. Mrs T. V. F?wlkes, this week.
Miss Thornton's piano recital at the
High Schooj on Monday night was a
great success.
Miss lira .- Howeli has returned to
her home in FincaStlc, taking Master j
Dick Woodhouso with her for July i
and Aiie iisl
Mrs. William B. Agncw. formerly of
Lawrcnccvllle, now of Blackstone, is
visiting her sister. Mrs. J. D. Hushes, j
Mrs. T. M. Beckham and little grand- i
son, James Keith, arc at the. home of |
Mrs. Kcrr.
Miss Eula Monier, of Crewc. Is at
the home of her aunt. Mrs. J. B.
FergUsson.
Miss Thornton entertained her music
pupils' In the park on Wednesday morn?
ing w Ith refreshments and games.
M B. Lcath Is in town for a couple
of days.
Judge Stephen Farrar and family
have returned to Amelia Courthouse, .
after several days' visit to Mrs. T. P.
Shelton.
Frances Fowlkes, Jr. Is spending the
month of June in Chatham
Professor Alfred Horton, of Trinity
College, is al the home of his sifter.
Mrs. Ewell Sowers.
Miss I.aura Agnew is in Richmond
on a luri weeks' visit to Miss Martha
Blair.
Mrs. H E. Roswell, Miss Helen Leath
and Margaret Scott spent two days |
in Richmond last week.
MONTVALE
[special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] |
Montvnle, Va.. June June 22.?Mrs.
John Hutson, Miss Byna Gamel and
Master Hewens Gamel, of Canon. Tex.;
Miss Caroline Abell, Richmond: Miss ,
Anna Robertson, Birmingham, Ala., and
Mademoselle Louise Robert, of Swit?
zerland, are guests at Edge Hill, the
.summer home of Mrs. Cora Hoffman
Ke.-d.
Mrs. Rettie Rice is visiting In Roa
noke.
Dr. Ben A. Rice, of Forest; MiS3
Margaret Rice, Dr. and Mrs. B. H,
Kalle and daughter left on Monday to
attend a medical conference at Colum?
bus. <>.. and go with other excursion?
ists to the Great Lakes, to be gone
two weeks.
Mrs. Wclbnm, of Roanoke. spent
Monday with her parents, Captain and
Mrs. N. C. Luck.
Miss Llxxie McGhee, of Thaxton. re?
turning from a visit to relatives "t
Roanoke. spent Monday and Tuesday
with friends at Mont vale.
John W. Wells and children. of
I.ynchhurg. are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs, James Wells.
Miss Nannie White, of Bedford, who
has been visiting at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lacy Biggs, has returned
home.
Mr. and Mrs vV". A. sheer and son.
or Charleston, -W. Va., who have bcon
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Oley.
have returned home.
WARRENTON
I Special to The Timrss-Dlspatch. J
Warrenton, Va.. June 22.?Mrs. Luth?
er H. Chamberlain and Miss Janet
Hamilton left on Monday last for At?
lantic City, where they will spend sev.
oral weeks.
Mrs. Edward b". Turner and Misn
Anne S. Turner visited Washington on
Tuesday last.
Mrs. Waiter H. Cook, of Baltimore,
is the guest of T. N. Kletcher.
Mis. H. C. Fair and Mlas Emily Fair
have returned to Warrenton, aftc..'
spending the winter with Dr. C. H.
Fair in Greenville, S. C.
Mrs. Knox. Mrs. Bobbins and chil?
dren, of Ktcnmond, are the gu?sts of
-Mrs J. B. Brltton.
Mr. Bobbins spent the past week-end
in Warrenton, but returned to Balti?
more on Monday iast.
Mrs. G. W". Nelson and Miss Mary
Nelson will leave Monday for Clarke
county, where they will be the quests
of Mrs Hugh M. Nelson.
Mrs. L .13, Myers and children have
returned to their home in Warrenton,
after an absence ot some time spent
In N< w York Slate.
Charles M. Harris, of Green Spring
Valley, speni some lime in Warrenton
the past wcck.
Mrs. Thomas Keith. of Fairfax
Courthouse, spent some time the past
week with Mr. and Mrs J. A. C,
Keith.
1'. A. Hoard, of Washington. I). C.
spent the past week-end in Warren?
ton with friends.
Miss D?ring, of Washington, is a
guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mahan
at Conway Grove.
Mise Florence Herbert, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. John D.
HoOe, returned on Saturday last to
her home near Alexandria.
C, M- f'atllo. Jr., of Washington,
sru nt .Sunday last with his parents in
Warrenton.
Miss Mar:' B. Thyson, of New York,
is a guest at the borne of her brother,
T. M Thyson.
Miss rillen Witt, of Bichmond, will
be after July 1 the guest of relatives
i:, Fauquler county near Warrenton.
Mrs. Phillips and children ami Miss
Sherman, o: Cambridge. Md., who have
been the guests of Mrs. H. A. Graham,
have returned to their homes.
Miss Mary Eliza Stone was hostess
on Saturday afternoon last at her
home on East Main Street In honor of
her birthday.
Mrs. Ivey Foreman, of Kai-ich, Is
at "The Dell." near Warrenton. for
the summer
David J. Carver, of Chicago, arrived
In Warrenton last week and has joined
Mrs. Council and little daughter at
Mrs. V. H. Council's.
Mrs. F. E. Stepp and children have
gone to Danville, where they will
spend the summer.
Clint Schaffer, of Germantown. Pa.,
was a recent visitor at the home of
.1. S. Maxhelmer.
Mrs .1. A. Weeks, of Frederick. Md..
and Mrs. M. H. Putnam, of The Plains,
were the recent guests of their par?
ents.Mr. and Mrs. H. Bishop, near
Warrenton.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Council and chil?
dren, of Baltimore, who hnvo been tho
guests of Rev, and Mrs. V. H. Council,
have returned to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Stump. Jr.. of
"Norfolk, reached Warrenton on Mon?
day last, and are the guests of Mrs.
Morton G. Jiouglas.
Tb,' Misses Schenke, of Washington.
D. C. daughters of the late General
Schenks, former ambassador to Eng?
land, are spending some time at the
home of Mrs. M. M. Green, on Culpcper
Street.
Mrs. Ford Holt and little daughter
will leave next week for Now Hamp?
shire, where they will spend the
summer.
Miss Josephine Bowen. of Jackson.
N. C. Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs,
J. B. Britten.
Mrs. Everett W. Brown recently had
as her guests Miss Carrlo Hamilton
and Miss Kemmie. of Providence Hop
pita], Washington. These young wo?
men are en route to California, where
they will spend some time.
Stuart Williamson has returned to
Warrenton for the summer, after beinc
graduated from the Frederickshur f
College. Fredericksburg.
Phil Chamberlain is In Wnrron'.sn
for some time, after a visit to Balti?
more and Philadelphia.
Miss Eettice Clark, of Mobile, Ala.,
who has been In Balt'more \nt past
winter, has joined her mother. Mrs.
C.aylord Clark, at Mrs. M. O Douglas's
for the summer months.
The Misses Groner were hostesses
at a tea on Thursday afternoon last
at the home of Miss Annie Day.
H. C. Spllman Is in Warrenton for
some tIme.
Among those from Warrenton who
attended the Cppcrville Horse Show
last week were Misses Anna Curtis.
Jessie Walravea. Miss KHzaheth Wil?
bur, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wilbur. Rip
ley Robertson. Heyward Spllman.
Arthur Anderson and Philip Chamhor
lain. I
Marland Skinker returned on Satur?
day night last from Charlottesvllls,
where he recently underwent an oper- i
atlOn at the University Hospital.
Draper Crosby has returned to
Warrenton for the summer and is w itli I
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Hubbeil at -Over
brook Farm."
Dr. and Mrs. I.. D. Hard In and tho
Messrs. Hurdin. of Washington,
reached Warrenton this week, and
" ill b' the guests of Mrs Taylor Scott
for several months.
Hugh Spllman, S. A. Appietou and
J. D. Richards are among those who
visited Washington the past week.
Mr and Mrs. Robert K. Nelson and
daughter, of Washington. and Miss
Courtney, of New Orleans, are guests
at the home of Mrs. M. M. Green,
.Miss Ideila Tredway. of Cambridge,
Md.. Is visiting Miss Kitty Phillips
William and J. O. HOdgklns, Jr . who
have recently been graduated from
the Richmond Dentnl College, reached
hone on Tuesday of the t,ast week.
Mrs. Richard Wallace entertained on
Tuesday afternoon at Fenton Farm In
honor of the Misses Schenks. of Wash?
ington.
Paymaster Henry a. wisp. u. S. X..
Stationed ill Norfolk. Is spending some
r time in Warrenton with Dr and Mrs.
J. C. Wise.
Mrs. Coward C Thornton was host?
ess to the Reading Club on Wednesday
morning.
LOUISA
! Special to rue Times-Dispatch.]
Upuisa. Vs.. June 22.?Mrs. S H.
FlSnnagan and Misses Elisabeth Flan
I riagah, and Henry and Allan Flanna
gan wer. among those who attended
i the West-West marriage and recep?
tion Wednesday evening In Green
Springs.
Miss Luc} Sims returned Thursdiy
from a visit to her grandmother at
"Malvcrn Hill."
Miss Ellen tioss. of Richmond. is
visiting her aunts. Miss Ellen Kent
land Mrs. F. !.. Woolfolk. I
Dr. Glahville Terrel left Tuesday. I
after a visit to his old home here. Ho
Will fill the chair of Greek at Brown's
University, Rhode Island, the coming
session.
CARTERSVILLE
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Cartersvllle, Va., June 22.?Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Irving have Issued 'n
vllatlons to the marriage of their
daughter. Meland Elisabeth, to Fulton
l-'iske Fleming, the wedding to take
pTacc June 2f. in St. James Kplscopal
[Church at Cartersvllle, The event will
>S an interesting one socially, and
many guests from a distance will be
present
Mrs. H. M. Crowdcr. of Covlngton.
with her little son Is visiting her
par.-nts, Mr. and Mrs. H, James
Rh odes.
Miss Graves, of Richmond, is a guest
at Hotel Kle.
Mrs Elite Rurkner nnd Miss Mary
Carler Ruckner. of Fredericks;, .v.
.re vls'tlng friends und relatives- In
the community.
Children's day services will he held
at the Methodist Church the fifth
Sunday morning a* 11 o'clock.
Miss Josephine Moon has returned
to her homo at Tamworth, after a
visit to relatives at Shores
KING GEORGE
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
King George, Vs.. .Tune 22?Mrs.
Sumner. wife of Lieutenant Allen
Sumner Tnlted States Marine Corps,
and little daughter. Margaret, are ex?
pected here to spend some time with
Mrs. Sumner's sister. Mrs. V. C S.
Hunter, at King C-eorge.
Mrs White, wife of Dr. J. C. White,
NEW MAYOR OF FREDERICKSBURG AND FAMILY
- f
(Special tn The Times-Dispatch. 1
Fredericksburg, V.l., .rune 22.?
At the election held in Frederlcks
iburg. Va., on Tuesday. June 11, J. p.
Rowe was elected Mayor of the city
of Fredei ickslniru ever Henry ,Warden |
by Iii majority. Tlie total vole cast
was (Hit. ?
Mr. R?wo. one. of the most enter?
prising and substantial citizens of
Fredericksburg .was born here In IKfir.,
a son of the late Mayor Absalom P.
Rowe, who was Mayor from 1S8S to
1900. He is a brother of Captain M.
R. Rowe. pioneer Jersey cattle breeder
of this section, with whom he Is con?
nected In business, and a hroth*er of
A. P. Rowe, manager of the Free
Dance ami Daily Star newspapers,
published In Frederlcksburg.
Mr. Rowe Is popular and well
known in this part of the State, and
is a universal favorite. There Is
hardly a nian or ? woman In Fred?
ericksburg who does not know him
personally. He Is also well known In
Richmond, where he has many con?
nections, he having married Mips
I Julia Cullon Tal la ferro, daughter of
the late William P. Tallaferro, of
Church Hill. In 1SRT.
Mr. Rowe's frlenda are Justly proud
of his having been elocted to the high?
est office In the city, and they predict
for him a successful administration.
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GENERA Ii MONTE A GUDO,
T"|>on rrhnnt President finm?, of Cuba, ilrunuli to nnell the tiprlalnRT In ?hat
country.
of Sevlckley, Pa., la visiting hor sister,
Mrs John G. Boggs.
Walter Coiton. formerly of King
George, but now a leading citizen of
Stratford, Tex., Is visiting his sister,
Miss Nina B. Coiton. at Colonial Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tleman Dar?
ling, who have been spending some
time in Washington, went to Qaymont,
Caroline county, on Tuesday, and are
guests of their relatives, the Misses
Kopb. at Gaymont.
Misses Minnie and Lizzie Baker, of
Westmoreland county, are visiting
their brother, J. Robert Baker.
Marion Raker, who has been i stu
, dent at Randolph-Maenn College, has
: returnee! home.
Attorney Benjamin S. Minor. of
Washington, has been a guest of his
brother. J. T. Minor, at Comorn.
f special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Crewe, Va.. June 2? -Mrs Charles
Guthrie, of Charlotte Courthouse, or?
ganized a chapter of the Daughters
CREWE
of the Co'-'eeracy Tuesday evening; In
the home of Mrs. George Richardson,
on Fifth Avenue. Mrs. Richardson
tendered a reception to Mrs. Guthrie,
the women joining. She was assisted
in receiving by Mrs. W. A. Newby.
Misses Mary Foster and Musa Queens
bury presided at the punch bowl. Mrs.
Guthrie slated the object of such an
organization, and proceeded to or?
ganize, with the following officers
elected: President, Mrs. .1. Ji. I lines;
Vice? Presidents, Mrs. t\ 13. Smlthson,
Mrs. J. VV. Harding, Mrs. O. A. Wilson,
Mrs. W. A. Newby, Recording Secre?
tary. Mrs. R. S. Reville; Corresponding
Secretary, Miss Irma Ilubbard; Regis?
trar, Mrs. Ii. F. llenson; Treasurer,
?Mrs. George Richardson; Historian.
Mrs. Henry E. J_.ee; Custodian, Mrs.
Ruth SntlthSon. It was decided to cull
rhe Chapter Nottowuy.
Mr. and Sirs. A. Foster have re?
turned from Tennessee, after a stay
oi a year.
Mrs. Nannie Crymes, of Drake's
Brunch, i.. visiting Mrs. Darroll Saun
ders.
Mrs. .lames Tucker has returned
from a \ isil to Tennessee.
Miss Bessie Chick, of Farmvllle. Is
visiting Miss Alisa Wilson.
Misses Kathleen Allen and Marie
Allen. e,f Felden, are visiting Mrs. .1.
H Hines.
Mrs. T. .1. Farley is visiting relatives
In Norfolk.
Airs. I-:. K. Zirkle and little daughter,
of Norfolk, are visiting Dr. and Mrs.
D. W. Gills.
Mrs. P. T. Morris and son. after
spending a tveok with her brother. C.
S. Smlthson. returned to her home in
Martlnsvllle last Sunday.
Air. and Mrs. Redfcm and son. Shel
burn, of Lambert's Point, spent a few
days, in Crowe last week, dividing their
time between Mrs. Rrlttcnham and Mrs.
C. S. Smlthson.
Miss Marguerite Smlthson, of Green
Bay, spent several days with her
brother, C. S. Smlthson, last week.
BUMPASS
f Special to The Times-Dispatch )
Bumpass, Va., June 22.?The young
J people of this place gave a delightful
picnic last Monday afternoon for the
1 benefit of Sharon Christian Church.
Miss Nellie Salmon und little Emily
I Currier, of Lindsay, who have boon
visiting Mrs. Maude Mahancs, have
returned home.
Miss isiuil Johnson, of Moherrln,
is spending some time with rolatlvca
here.
Mrs. Walter Rumpass has returned
from a pleasant stay with her sister,
Mrs. Spinner .of Clifton Forge.
Miss Mamie Caffrey Is at home
again, after having attended school
I at Blackstone.
Mrs. A. C. Bumpass and little son
have returner) from n two weeks' visit'
to relat'ves at Lindsay.
Miss Nancy E. Cocke. of Locust
Creek, Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. P. C.
Bum pass.
Walter Bumpass spent Friday In
Richmond.
Hunter Phllpots and Hlldrey Mc
Cantllish have returned home from a
flying trip to Covlngton.
POWHATAN
[Special to The Times-Dispatch-j
Powhatan, Vn., June 22.?Mrs. C. D.
Wingtleld is the giltst of Mrs. R. D.
Tucker here.
Miss Allx Kllpatrlck. of Alexandria,
Ln., has returned to her home, after
a visit to Miss Lillian Flanagan here.
Miss Gay Patterson, of Sweet Briar,
is visiting her sister. Mis. T. M. Miller,
horo.
Miss Madeline Reynolds has returned
to her home here, after a visit to
relatives at Woodland Heights.
Mrs. Richard F. Re'd. of Richmond,
is Visiting her mother. Mrs. T. M.
Miller, here.
Miss Lillian Flanagan, of this place.
Is visiting fricjids in Richmond and
Petersburg this weok.
Mrs. W. M. Justls was tho week-end
guest of relatives here.
Mrs. Willie Tucker, of Goochland,
visited relatives In the vfllage this
week.
Miss Gladys rflcholls, who has been
attondlng school In Richmond, has re?
turned to her home here for tho sum?
mer. ]
Mrs. M. 1'. Ronlfant spent several I
days in Richmond this week.
MISS GRACE KDWABOS.
of Sycamore, Vs.
Can Cancer Be Curedf
IT CAN
The reoord of the Kellam Hospital iaj
without para Hal ln history, having!
cured to stay cured permanently, wlth-J
out the iure of the knife or X-ray, overt
?0 per cent, of the many hundreds ofl
sufferers from oa&cer which It has]
treated during the past fifteen year*.
We have seen endorsed by the Sonate)
and Legislature of Virginia. We guar4
antes our cures. '
Physicians treated free. . ,
KELLAM HOSPITAL
1s17 Weal Mala Street,
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til sped*' occasions. Samples on r**j
quest. .
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