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The PK INT STORE, iJwayi attractive, h isyiriillr tit
these days with it-, wonderful valuer in odd pieces?Chairs,
Dressers, Bureaus, Couchct, etc.?left over furniture from
the Christmas shopping, Furniture t h.ir t week or two ago
sold at double and more than tin prices to-dav.
In addition, here are two ''specials" for this week:
(Regotar Price $18.00).
Made of ^olid oak. highly polished,
with beat fleet ends and handsome
relied top. A rery beeutiful piece <'f
(Regular Price $32)
Made of birrh mahog?
any, well constructed.
Highly polished, and
l>riiiging out to advan?
tage the beautiful grain
of the wood. I'phoi
Btered in extra quality
green silk plu-h.
CASH OR CREDIT
Either plan you desire- liberal discounts for cash and
easy pavments. if you prefer the credit plan. A small
ca.-h deposit is all that is necessary to open an account,
and the balance of payments may be arranged to suit your
The Store That Lives Up to Its Advertising
INTERSTATE ADVERTISING AGENCY, I-c.
(?pecial lu Th. TSnr ?-Dtsuat< h 1
f>n*n<o K. Va. January 4 ?Mis. j
0- oig- lace Fosoue is horn* from a ,
visit to n?! r>ar?-nts. Mr and Hit ?***?]
? rley T. Fitchttt. of CsUJM '"ha-I s ]
Mrs. Joeeph 1? Cabell. of ?leorge- ;
town. Dei., has been with her mother. I
Mrs. B K Pow. 11. -Sans Soucl,~ f >r I
M:sa Catherine Paik.r spent the hol?
idays with h, r cousins, the Misses '
H.shop. of ISSS Hill. Md.
Miss Saille Bishop. <>f Snow Hill, is
visiting her cousin, Mrs. Otha L. V<ti -
Mr. and Mrs. wSUBtje] D. W?ldes, of
Philadelphia, were recently gu.sts of
Mr. and Mrs B T. Wahles. Mr. and
Mrs. Edward B. W-iple* entertained in
jli Virginia style Ig their honor
on Thursday even..-ig.
Thomas Bant, of Chester. 1'a. is
? .th h!:; parents. Mr. and Mrs. lauther
fames Hall, of Point Lookout, is the
guest of William Pow.il.
Dr. and Mrs. Winfred 8L K. Hey a:.d
Misses Irma and M-irgar< t Kelts] p ?
visited the home of A. O. Kelley. re?
turned to N'ew Vork M >nday.
Mr. and Mrs Walter Pitehett. of
rsaMIUl. recently were guests of Mr.
and Mrs R L. Hopkins, a*. "Ingle- !
Mrs F, Ray Shield ent? rtained a I
number of young people at dinn- r Bat
1- day evening.
Albert S Hopkins gave an enjo>rtlile .
ojster roast Saturday evening, rompll- j
mentary to his rucst. David M. Hun- ?
ter. of California. About flftv w. re J
Two verj pleasant dar.-es w-r. g.v.n i
h- the young men of the town at
t ? Tsars Hall during the holidays.
?sal ta The Time?-I?ispat.-h !
' land. Va . January *??The
) sSaBf men of th.- town ga\< their
<"aristma* dam .- at the auditorium on
T .itrsday rvenina. A delightful sup- J
p r was served at la o'clock in' ni:
r M daneina were Mtss.-s Kuth |
S:nlthsor>. of CYewe; Balg A'kins. of,
Biarkstop. FS**i sad M.rjorl. nip- 1
p.-n. .f r'arnn.Se >. Ott. ?4 pegs rMoi'tr
flendrlck. of P. tersburg. Mir-, ?tilgg.
Eleanor Diggs. An: '.. Vrr.::? ir Re
eg v.-.? g'v.v sVagsfa M>i teas*! stu
art. Fsnnie Tostet. Kannte OmIs- '
I..... t;e.rt-tman. t*atCt* Smith. Thelma .
Stm'h. ftmyi. Eus- M 1 - t?r. Meier I
Sne?l and oth-rs. The inen SSM ? -
wer< Joseph ?""arpent. i, 'Ivors.- and
Blaekweil Wilkinson. ' M. Sh. pherd.
Douglass and Edward Diggs. Mr ;
tirixg. Mr Foster. Samuel Foster,
t'harles Stout. W. C Stout. Alfred
? VI ? an. I! It Wdssdhssa Mr. Pr < r.
Mr tiilll im. Ilansf.rd W1ls..n. William,
Can Cancer Be Cured?
Tks record of the Keilsrr. Hosyltai is
without parallel In history, laving
cured to stay cured permanently, wlth
eut ths ose of the knife er X-ray. era*
?o per cent, of tks many hundreds of
s "-rers from canesr which ?? has
treated doting the paat fifteen ywera
We have been sndor*?d by the tenate
gad Legislature of Virginia. We gear
ante* ear cures
Pfeystetena treated nsea
a a ?
Flippen. Dr. Robert Weisiger. Keith
QojrtCrtqr and others. Toe chaperoziH
were m>. sdam?s Alan Mnftai. Ctruida
Stout. Andrew Godfrey. Donald M -
I Ha?. Gliwr Flippen.
Cadet Kdward DIcrs has returned
I to the Virginia Polytechnic Institute
i after spending Christmas at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker spent ChrfaSt
i mas week in Ks.-ex County.
W. F. lleride.-son was a holiday v's
itor to his h ?me in North Carolina.
1 M.ss Kliza Hendrl.-k. of Foster sbarg.
: spent the past week with relatives
[ApeeiaJ to The Times-Dispatch 1
Providence Forge, Va.. January 4.?
The announcement of the marriage of
I>r. Krnest A. Purdum. formerly of
this pla.-e. but now of Hot Spr.ngf.
Ark . and Miss Nell Martin, of Albe
marl,- CBsBWty, has be> n rect'ved hero.
The c ri-m my took i>la<-e in I.: nch
hurg. and the young - ounJe 1. ft imme?
diately for their future Imme.
Miss Gladys CMsWaag and Miss Anna
Griffin, of Ra:to- Heights, have been
-pending the Christmas holidays at
Mrs K. F ?"oleman ar.d Miss Miriam
CMoaaM returned to Richmond Wed
ii'sday. after spending some time at
Mr. and Mrs. R ? Mourt'cas.le i,av?
moved lata their new honte h* re and
have been entertaining quit ! exten?
sively datrlffag the hoi.da-, s.
William ahsMsth. of Warn-nlon. haa
i been the pawl th:-< arcak of Harry
John Waddill of Rlrhmon i. spent
Tue* Jay hire hunting wit:: Warren
Mi's Mary ChlKsttaW .? spending a
[ week in N> wport News.
(Sp.eia! to The Tim? ?-Oi*n*tch. I
MoUlda Hiil. Va. Januar.. 4?MSaa
M.irv Raffiii I MtrfglH the Card Club
,,), Wednesday night at the home of
' her aunt. Mr? S I:. Harrtsor. at 1
I ton The house w?s beautifully de.r
? ?1.it?il -i holty at'd runninc -edar for
i.i- evening Amonu those who en
? d tio saaM '?' ?".I""' with thetr
I, .-.t. ?-.->? Misses fU' liUflllt. K
fii-l'ss. F.ni?y Harrison, sue Carter,
.nn- puffin. KaM ir'tie p.oitriat. Johr.
iTTadla. 'i . Kdward Harrison. C BsM
Carter Kdirnnd > .-.'M?nder* Mr*. T. C.
I Harrison. Mr. and Mr- pool <;reele>.
?|r a:id M- II I -..::id. is Mr and
Mrs Hugh T. Ha-r:s.en. Mrs Sue R.
ison M s M K H-ll John l;utnn
he. Mr and Mr*. J M. Bell.
>Ps i. ^ Pulro. of Santa Barbara
i .ihfottna- who has l?e'n the guest
mi nee daughter Mrs II T Harrison,
.'or toe past two months. hgfj onTknrt.
.... . for Kiehniond. where she ?III
h of January.
Ml?s B I Puffin of Kvelevnton. who
has been at home for the aehoo) holl
<!*?- le ' on .-aiiirda> for Prhanna.
c I Clark and T W. fla'h have
return-d to Hiehmond a/t?r a week's
slalt to their parents at liardeaa.
Master Rulaeh R?ttln, of Wyanoke
Sto k Parm Is :he g ;-*t of Mrs. J.
.toewell. in Danville.
Miss's Katharine pouthat. otf Fppsr
Weyanoke. and Ann? R?ttln, of ly-wer
R moke, were the guest* on Wed
i.e*d?.y of Mrs. due R. Harrison, at
Mr and Mr* S Parke Reee*t*r. Jr
of -Rlverviow." have gen? to K
mond to spend the wlater month* with
Mr. and Mrs. B. r. Jjgglater. Br_
(Special to The Twnss-Dlapatch.)
Waverly. V?. January 4 ?Jone? Peerymsn
and William J. f+mlth. of Talbotton. ?Jb.. left
for t*?lr hom? to-duy avrtt-r aa^enSIng ten
day* with '*. tC Smith and family on Coy
fsfcn K. Martin, of Ketbrldge. and Georg?
P \-no\l ,.? ( t'-vuta nt a h?.\. set ..rro.i f
reMinie "irli dutle? aa principals of the
Kentrid?c and lusputanta High Schools. ie
?f,e-:me:>. afer ?>? ndltig ttie holiday *av>.i
?lt i r?.atl\e? in VVaveriy
Barry W.'iler has returned to Ma hosae In
W?nro-. alter spending hie IJarlitm,? vaca?
tion with friends In Waat .:-??<?! . O. C.
Vingtnlu? I. ArnoM returned home to-day
after ?pendln? ??v?ral uey, wath friends i-i
Mr. and Mra r D Wast and daughter.
.?f Newport New*, apent the ynara eod wH't
friends In Waverly, returning to rhelr hugi<
Colone! and M-a Robert W Arnold, u'
W?v?r:y, apent I set Sunday in ltk'hrn<>r i
Hon Thome* II llowecton oaa retur-ed
home ifttr a weak'a vleit to frl.nda In (South
MW Vreglnia <\ Ollr.hrlat. of Wheeling.
W. Va.. who baa been the ajueet lr. the home
of Judge .1 I-'. Weal, on t'opperlia-uiik Ave
Hue. rn> ? >,,. f^t month, leet rhla week ro
viait fnende In Norfolk.
Jaka May. Jr. he* returned to nla horn*
In Waver y after Malting frlend? in Bich ?
?";auo"e 1 lerrIekaon. of Norfolk I? lb? irueaf
In the home Mr and Mra. A. la, Uray on
I Spv. da' to Too Timm-Dispatch 1
Hot Springs, Va.. January 4 ? N( w
Vear'a week at Hot Springs ha* been
halmv and sunn>. with a springlike
temperature, and an 0M0M winter is
predicted by muiiitt tin w isca-cres.
A rattle of firecrackers anal a ran
nonage of pinto' shots welcomed in
the Xu? Year Tuesday at midnight
from a number m% rott=.*res where New,
Vear'a Bra parties were In progress
and on N< w Year's Day a number ot
visitors rode and drov. to Fassefern
Farm for dinner.
Coons, bears* and foxes may he shot
here all winter, and visitors have had
considerable sport hunting this SfSSk
Henry Albert, of New York, rnoiornu
over to l'aissefern Kann u'?d brougnt
oack the hunters and the animals, the
?arger of which measured four feet
from tip of ears to tip of tail. Lynx
nave eg Mom been found in these moun?
tains, and this Is the largest ever shot
in the records of the region They
have been shipped to a taxidermist,
ami will ornament the Homestead'
Ilea/ilng In the New York papers 1
of the prowess of his friends. Hurry
ST. Searles. of New York, eame down
sever il da>s later bringing with him
an automatic pistoL Ha carried hack ;
with him when he went a black l>ear|
weighing SOo pounds, whl< h he shot j
the second day of his stay on trie High?
way while riding over to ?Tg?SfSI? j
Farm to luncheon. With him Were ]
James It. Bradley, of New York, the ,
sportsman and African explorer, who .
backed Dr Cook on his North Pole |
venture, I'ieracienning J. Ityan. Michael i
J. Kernan. E. A. Perry, Henry Albert I
(Sipe* .aJ to The Times-Dispatch. ]
I "oiriatbor?. N <". January 4?On Tuesday
night Is the KdgrrtGti building th? (ifrraan
'?.uJ> gave fie last dancs of ISU; and the
fire* /iar.ct of isla Ti.t dunce was led by
George K Frewiax. who gai aselste/i by W.
? W'lnalotvv. Jus? as the belle wer.- pro- '.
? 'aiming the arrival of Che r-.ew year an
aapecSSUa artraa-tl\e fhru.-e wan Introduced.
In whloh the toupiea formed the numbers
to greet the N.-w Year Throughout
the evening fruit nun. J, w*? s-rv-.l ;.? the
dancers and tri?!r gw-sta
Mra. P. 1.. W.e?V?rrt. Mrs Graham Wood-,
srd ani Mrs. George i*tronar.h. of Wl tec
sere guests "aet night ?f Mlas Hosalle |
Smith, and a.-*>m-p?u-.ted fcy Mi?? Smith and !
her -later. Mrs- MaCsSBkl Xane*r. of Wash?
ington. D <".. went to Kane-ion to attend a
r? .-piioti given by Mrs. Ckatatsaad in i.onor,
? Mra stronach a-'id Mrs. Hanger. .j
I Special to The Times-Dispatch. |
llowardsville. Va.. January 4.?Mr.
and Mrs. J H. Irving gave a delight?
ful danee on the- 27th, in honor of
their guests. Misses Mary lrv-oig. of
Farmville, and Katherine Siuton. of
Richmond, and Page Nelson. Jim Sin
ton. Blair Fitts. Isaiah Rwl.i and
Chart-b Irving, of Richmond, and John
Irving, of Farmville.
The Misses Hancock gave a lovely
dance on the 3uth. in honor of thclr
. .sin. Miss Dorothy Wing tie 1U. of
Miss Ivna QUgMT had as guests ?t
her house party Misses Ruth Cabt-11, of
Wainsboro eh; Ali'e t'alloway. of Nor.
wood; Stanley Whit?-, of Richmond,
and I*. Withers, of Nevada.
Alf Brady, of Wheeling, and Much
Bradv. of Washinirton. fa., spent tb<
holidays at their home in BuckinK
Maid of Honor at Toano Tournament
??" MaMkMi War*????. itk? *?aa rnmrd *r?l BjN ..f hawse ml thr
To??? IK*?JM| ?Hf? Timm kr 14 Tbcraday. li^mSer it.
I r*r??<i?l to The Tirne?-n?iin?tch. ]
To?no. V?.. January 4.?The ton
j ncti'til and ball tlvm hy thr yoonr
mm <rf Jame* Qajl recently was (
rreag wom? The ttUing began at
o^ctor* on the Too00 High cVhooI Kh
letic n?id The chaw** to the knight*
? a* delivered K-t W W. Ware Th*
rleare ?u ?leeptiooaiu rood. In ?plt
of the had condition of the track
Ther< were ?eventeen kntrht* Ira
Mean is- Kdmood ?owl-,. R Tilden
Wright and w F?tw1n Hanklna carry?
ing oft* The honor* The coronation
took phw ta the Toaao Mail at ?
!ntrod-je?d f, Gordon Rohohnan. of T*e
teraborr. a ho deliver d th-- r-vrooe
t. on addr- -?
Ira M-anle,. Knight of faTata Mill,
crowned Ml** Slay IUl-y. ..f <~ ft..a
Fwr*e. queen of lore and h~aut> : Kd
mond Cwwle*. Knight of i"o? !??v1Ile.
crowned Mivi Ann Ellsatf-h .Muraton
?rat ssald. R Tilden Wright. Kmsrht
0)f <Toverdale. crowned M'*? Ro*a An
drew*, of Norce acco-id ma:d VI Bd
win Hank in*. Knlaht of Virginia
< -owned M>a* I>>uiae Kelloerr. of r
mad, third maid. I ??nein g woe
d aired in aJJ nlghtt faaap?r was aerred
UotaJ a* UJI
107 East Broad Street
? OF ?
Suits and Coats
Owing to the vast improvements we
are about to make on our First Floor,
and on account of our limited space for
We Will ?fter Our Entire Stock of Coats. Suits and Dresses as Follows
$50.00 Suits at
$45.00 Suits at
$37.50 Suits at
$30.00 Suits at
$25.00 Suits at
$22.50 Suits at
$100.00 Coats at
$67.00 Coats at
$40.00 Coats at
$25.00 Coats at
$16.50 Coats at
$15.00 Coats at
AH One-Piece Dresses One-Half Off Original Prices.
All Evening Dresses One-Half Off Original Prices.
FUR COATS AND SETS
We have just received from New York a number of Fur Coats and Sets at big concessions from regular price.
THEY ARE FROM ONE OF NEW YORK'S FINEST FUR MANUFACTURERS.
Every one knows what a mild winter this has been, and these goods were secured from a manufacturer who had
to sacrifice frtock to raise cash to meet his obligations.
No house has ever quoted prices lower than these for such high-class Furs at this time of season.
All Furs in this sale are made from specially selected pelts. All high-grade pieces.
ham. and had as their guests Uorsley
e'aldweli. of North Carolina, and \V.
Hambach, of Pittsburgh.
Misses Kelly. North Carolina. anl
Bushner. of Salem, and Will Anderson,
of Paterson. W. Va.. were the guests
I.utt week of Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Miss Katherine Scott, who is teach?
ing at Gary, W. Va., came homo for
Skia Scott, of Portsmouth, and Jim
Scott, of Blacksburg. spent th* week j
at their home in Buckingham.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch. I
Cartersville. Va.. January t.?Mrs. \V.
A. & Conrad, aocompanied by her niece.
Miss Wingheid Hardy, spent the holV
da> s with her relatives at Church
Miss Mary ?"artor Burkner. who has
BOOS) attending senool at Harrisonburg.
and her brother, Hawes Iiuckner. of
Krederickshurg. spent Christinas with
th> ir aunts, the Misses Brown, near |
Mrs. William <>. Snead and ehildren.
of Fork Union. ar> visiting Mrs ]
Mi'.os parents here. Mr. and Mra O. |
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Dickinson and
baby, of Scottsville. aiso were here for j
the holi i.i-s
Dr. and Mrs Thomas A Groover have I
rots fad to their hOSM in Washington.,
D. C after a visit to Mrs ?'roover's'
old home here
Mis.- M.ir LWMlOII It-vdos. who has
been tea.-hint; at Kadford. is at her
boin- here for a fOST days.
.Miss Rath Munt has returned from,
her horn-- at ?\tpe?-|ll*. j? resume her |
duties at Hamilton High S. hool
- ? ? .The Tinos - Dispatch l
West Point. Va.. January 4.? The
nig t af - r Christmas th.- young men
Of the (warn Lave ? bah at to- Termi?
nal Hoti i.
Aawtsg the recent entertainments,
was a party, glv, n i>y Miss Sadie ?;.>r!
in boaet f Miss CsrrV It.]!, h-r :r ? st.
from Italtimor*. Twenty-tlv,- guest*]
wer.- pie;;. 11.
M - - V. Ma-sm.it eiilertained * nd
h.-.o ? e Mir.?? for tie- Kv<-r> !
Moiet? - Raaalag Csrchg The decora-'
tlons a-i in fTiTistmas colors. There
?.<> . .-r; haagM nt contest. Mr
Th-- P PiiNv r*c- l-'inc the nrst
prU?- and Mra. Jaaeph 1. Bland the
D 'i.tou' refreshments werei
Mi - 'i ? Thomp-oi, er..r;ain<d
>. .;.-<! . .. i'e'.'ck. tea in honor
cf \i - ? .- gaoat, Miss Cas-rss
I?li of i.-fjrora.
M 1 Mnrvi'z .-riii-ri .ine.l in
? ' - ? sist' r Mrs Chat es t'ah.-. ?
The (aal i. -lit in the old \car. th.
? v. In town ruir a hall at
?*V T. al Hotel
in. gk w rear's Da>. Mr. and Mrs.'
M P i "handler entertain.-.! friends at]
Mrs. W S Kastwood ha? entertained
during the '.olidavs. T>r. and Mrs. Mar?
lin, of th- W ..man's Cofle?... Kich
Wericjins Invitations aad Stationary for
afj rs,atciaf oroMsrroa. Sample* on np
Bail Baak and Sratiemerj
tU avast Mai*.
m'ond. and Mr. and Mrs. W. Brantiy
Bray, of Wakrmt Mrs. Mart'.n and
Mrs Bray are sisters ">f Mrs. tastwnud.
Mrs. Scott Broaddus and children
spent Christmas in Mountcastle. Va.
B. M. Nance and daughter, Miss Mar
. ?aret. are spending a few days with
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nance, near Rox
I bury, la Charles City County.
I Miss Katheryn I*. Howerton spent
! Christmas week with her sister. Mrs.
, i; II liowden. in Barton Heights.
Mrs. Roy Beareley. of Onase City,'
land her children, are visitVig Mr. and
Mrs. J. R Taylor.
[J?pe.-ial to The Times- Dispatch ]
Danville Va.. January 4.?A dollfhtful tea
waa riven on Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
ST. u Ovesbey at her home on Main Street
In honor *>f her slater, Mi.?s Uenta Dudley
llutctfienaon. of Colu-ndnis. Mias The r?
retvieg !ne ?J-? conaposed of Mr. and Mrs.
W |> Orasaey, Mise llut<*>ens?n and M:??
I Hole* wi:*on. ?f Lexington. Ky.
I ?'n Tuesday afternoon Mlsa Lucy Pare
I entertained her three attractive vi.-ltors.
Baia .dee rar? of Alton. mi?* Aureiia Fas
I ter of Norfolk, and MI?? OsSSsl W.'iltmor-.
j .. tvteraburs. at an attractive tea at her;
home on lireen street
iT. Saturday nigh1 M!?s Elizabeth Jon's'
TrC. :i hrau-ttfu! reception in honor of h*r,
S testa M'-w Aurrue t'octer. o* Norfolk. ?.nd
Miss ?>?...!<? IVhiimorr. of Peteraburr j
1 \nio-.r those In the recelvlnr i'ne were I
:>f --? !;"uii.?M: Jon'tj, M?; T?:t>ot:. Misse*
Pert..- .md Wfcltemore. Edith Wi llama and:
aTJea Margaret Convay was ho%t ??? at a
I'r .s r< a.-K- H?ar:.? pari? on Sa'irdav
morntnp. < arnptlmen'ary to Miss A'ir-da
BsrSai Sf Norfoii. and Miss ??ende 'Ar.:i? ?
Bkese, ..' IVterabuTt After ih. rani-n lad
beea SasTaaaal and Misa Hatihenson had *r*S)l
declared the ?Inarr, ?> ?->?., refresh m.-nt>
M end Mrs. J. A Hmpmari have rone to'
Lyn- ht'unr from whence they ?!!! ro to'
Naal vi?e. Tenn . ?her?- Mr ''???vma.i alii
; resume hi* work In VanderWtt University |
M:?? Hat:la Veaman liaa returned u> hori
1 ?stioo: at faces after havlnr scent Vi
laulaianal holiday* with rakarteae at Witt.
M " I- .v r*:an. ornafr, WIN ar-!
rive in The rlty aeat Tuesday and will be
I lh? gaaal of aTaaa Vlina Wets?n. Mlsa Ta-1
torn expects to sail for Europe after her
Miss MIMred Rothe . o' Rei4*vl.:e 1? the
rueet of Mira Mamie VJ BhSSB on 'I allirask
I Avenue. I
KatyaSaaW Va., January 4. ?Miss
.:ii7.,o.-ti, ivters entertaiaed on New
Year s l;ve in honor of Miss Annie <?*
bortte. a >tudent as the Chatham Kpi
< opal Institute. There were twentS
Wm praaaaN The auesis engaged in -?
rue?vt,c saSjSaas, the prt.ee beinr woo
|. M'Oiro . Oshorne who presented It
M Mabel Staples. Delicious re
'? ments were served
Mt> J. W. Lovelace entertained her
> n.i.x - hool ela?? ..n Monday tor
i tig In a dellrhtfnt manner.
Tn. Woman's cpit, was chaemlr.el
entertained on Monda> afternoon .t
ihe home of Mrs H f? Ivtera. The
hoatesee* for Ihe afternoon were Mr*
II n Pete-,. BMW Ball.-. Mm. Charles
Mrs J. W. Lovelace and Mrs.
J II RIM
Mrs <? ? Tugrle and Mr* John Wat
[wins rave an elerant luncheon to a
few <f their friend* on Tue.day. Mr*.
. Watkln. la spending the holidays witt
I her par' nt? here.
The young women ?rs.ee a TSt-r en
! lovable lean rear dance oa Tuesdav
1 niaht at the town hall
Mr*. K, S Mtirerald Is *J~ndlr.g the
week with relatives In Oxford. ? C
? I Halley pagag a stag dl-n?- ?#
a number of hla friend" last evening
at his new hori^ on Kinr *"
Mrs Nallle Cru?* ha* refirned home'
aft- ?pendlna the h<.:i4ays wli? hef
slater at Coneoed.
Winchester, Va., January 4.?The et!?
j gagement of Miss Jennie Lewla Meade
1 to Walstein Snell. of Hamsonburg.
was announced on Thursday at a card
party held at "Fauntleroy," the homo
of Mies Meade's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
David Meade. at White Poet. Clarke
County. The wedding, which will take
place sagas time in April, will be cele?
brated In the Meade Memorial Protes?
tant Kpiscopal Church, at White Post
Miss Elizabeth Dulaney Herbert has
returned to Alexandria, after vialting
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
.Mrs. Ok D. Brooke.
Mrs. Henry H. Little and her daugh?
ter. Miss Susie Conrad Little, who have,
been visiting the former's mother, Mrs.
s I.. Conrad, have returned to Norfolk.
Miss Kiva Myers has returned to
???vine. Pa., after visiting frienda
Mrs. J. W M' rrymin. of Fairmont,
w. v.i . la the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W illiam Merryman.
Mlaoee r..v aad Margaret Hardy
have letoratd t.. Washington, after
visiting relatives hsre.
Miss Margaret Lewis came recently
frets* N. w York to visit friends In town.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Barnes and
Miss Mame A. Barnes, who have been
visiting Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Taylor,
have returned to Baltimore, accom?
panied by Mr-. W. C. Barnes.
Knsign B. K. Byrd. Jr., who has been
visiting the home of his parents. Mr.
ai d Mrs. R. F. Byrd. has joined his
ship, the battleship Wyoming, which
sailed a few days ago fom New York
for Hai ipton Fjoads and the Southern
I .-special to Th- r".Tii?e-r>t?-?atc> J
rarmvliie. V* . January 4 -Mrs D W.
i? spending Ska week tn fVtergoaag
M , .?..n Button
Mrs lajie Baskrrvi .. gj vjtt'ng her
.':i*:?*ite-. Mrs E Warren gSall.
M' ? ,-tatsilne Hitter -.f I.v.-.J>urg has
been SSSttaag la the twrme of Tuche- jege
? ? o.' B.-je. s.d. W va was
a -errot T-rsctoT to Mr. erd Mra Barr er
\.? h'-ster. nf Xeetwik. has h-mn vtwtlgg
Ms Sitte* Hum Saks Foster
Mrs rtto-nja t Ne? "?r- arc Srotaga
a d M? Ray Mwrrts ef Roche-???-. X. T_
tn re, i ts ?< Mrv .% r* jpaere.
Mm sad Mrs Uttlaioa Flugera-d. of sWSb
maed. ere rtw guests of Mra. F. r ntiger
! .-tveeial to The Tlilli s Flapping. 1
Berboursvlile v? . Jaaaary 4.?TN?
B?rh.>.rs*.*.':< German Cub gave two
dances during the holiday aoaoeox aaaa
nt whl. h provd to b*? NrllMart affaire
em >t Herndon Hall was
hangs-roe'v decorated In gre.-e aast
?Ott The char?rons were Mrs. O
\ M Mrs M H Wllliasa* aasl
Mr- <;?: *M A' H ncle-c*- a btnTet
i, was served. aft?- which
a was conttnaeg antr s late
T**? gill< were ailed ?Ith
spectators The Thursday
dance was a teso year
Broad Rock Water
It CgMtrgirs? trat hiAhr-af mmr
? r rapr of Li t hi a, tha bvM ?- I
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