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This column make its appearance
with fear and tremfing and its ed
itor asks her readers to be patient
c with her and give hf their sympathy
br they must rjfnember that this
is Jier first ciort It is proposed
in this lumn to give you the
newsto tell you of the doings of
the city the goings and comings of
the people and to make known to
you all that concerns your 1eigh ors
The new society editor is green
She has scoured the country for
miles and miles to gather in the in
I teresting things from a spending
of the night to the grandest card
party and she will tell you her good
natured gossip in the best of spirits
meaning harm to none and fellow
ship and good will to all
If Greenie has left anything out
please call her up over the phone
If you have a club meeting a guest
at your home or know anything
about your friends or if you go a
visiting she would consider it a
sher
will try and give you a boost and
tell all kinds of sweet and lovely
things about you
youEVELYN
EVELYN PRICE
I Ih Honor of Miss Pickrell
Among the many entertainments
b given in honor of Miss Patsy Pick
rell who will wed Mr William Par
rish French on Wednesday evening
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stocking shower given by Miss Mar
garet Sphor last Thursday Hell
elegant couutryriiome Rothwood
was magnificient in its decorations
I of palms ferns and cutflo ers
while the diningroom was embow
eyed in pink and white
The place cards were beautiful I
pen and ink sketches which each
treasured highly as a rememberance
of the happy event A sumptuous
IfmIr oourse dinner was served after
1 which the shower was given and the
hours quickly passed Only those
who have tasted of the hospitality
of this home can know just what it
means and wish these happy pleas
ant events would come oftener
The following young ladies formed
the happy party Misses Patsy
r Pickrell Clay Croxton Anna Mae
Hisle Sara Goodloe Benton Sara
Beverly Jouett Ilia Stewart Nancy
Hodgkin Emma Lee Taylor Alice
Porter Jeannette Tracy
Another Shower
One of the most unique and at
tractive entertainments given Miss
Patsy Pickrell was the shower and
t breakfast given by Miss Anna Mae
Hisle Saturday morning
The house was beautifully dec
orated with ferns and potted plants
while the color scheme in the din
ingroom vas red and white From
the chandelier hung a large red
wedding bell with the streamers of
red satin ribbon to each corner of
the table N Under this huge bell was
a massive silver bowl of fruit Each
place card was a tiny red wedding
bell Just as me clock pealed the hour
of nine these twelve beautiful and
charming girls were seated and an
elegant and sumptuous four course
breakfast was served As the bride
elect passed down from the dining
room into the library there fell uooh
her a shower of handkerchiefs from
a huge bell hung from the doorwav
After telling of the good time they
had spent and the many happy hours
in anticipation the guests departed
as happy as could be
The following young ladies enjoy
ed the hospitality Misses Patsy
Pickrell Frankie McDonald Sara
Goodloe Benton Sara Beverly Jou
ett Winnie Garrett Nell Richards
of Sharpsburg Margaret Sphor
Margaret McKinley DIn Stewart
Jeannette Tracy Emma Lee Taylor
A Dutch unch
Mr and Mrs Gus Brooks enter
tained with a Dutch lunch at Mrs
Carrie Buckners on Saturday night
in lumor of Misses Myra and Rebec
ca Duke of Maysville A most ele
gant lunch was servedand there was
everything heart could wish It
was served as few know how to
serve As the guests came into the
diningroom each had a ribbon with
these letters on it D N B W
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beeca Duke Sue Buckner Martha
Rye Anna Brent Reese Viley Mr
< and Mrs Ed Clark Mr and11rs
Wiley Poynter Mr and Mrs John R
Viley Mr Will Duty Mrs Carrie
S Buckner Mrs P B Winn Messrs
Kidd Allen Jas Phillips Bonde Vet
t9r and Dr Howard Lyon
Mr and Mrs Dallas Webbs baby
is quite sick v
Jlios Ed Cochran of Princeton
Inn is visiting lier mother Mrs P
W Jones J
J The friends ofMr Dvyight Bow
den are glad to knoW that lieis in
proving L4 vX < 1 >
Mrs W DA Smith has returned
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home from a two weeks visit to her
daughter Mrs Marion Yaughn1 and
from a weeks visit at Maysville
Rev J J Porter of the Baptist
Church is holding a protracted
meeting at McKinney
Mr and Mrs Gus Brooks have
taken rooms with Mrs P13 Winn
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FeldJudah
Miss Mary Feld the charming
daughter of Mr and Mrs A Feld of
this city was married Sunday in
Cincinnati to Mr Louis Judahof
Pittsburg The ceremony was a
quiet affair and was attended by the
immediate relatives of the parties
Mr Judah was formerly treasurer
of the Lyric Theatre of Cincinnati
and has recently been transferred
in the samq capacity fa the Duquene
Theatre of Pittsburg The marriage
ceremony was performed by Rabbi
Grossman of Cincinnati The bride
is a lovely girl and will be much
missed by her Winchester friends
Mr Judah is a rising business man
in the theatrical world The bridal
party left Sunday night for Pitts
burg
The Auditorium
Many of the young people will be
glad to know that the Auditorium
has opened for the winter They
have added a number of newvieh
ardson skates and with the old ones
will have a splendid pair of skates
for everybody The hours are from
2 to 5 in the afternoon and 7 to
1030 in the evening
Mrs Nan Tyree of Louisville is
visiting here
Engagement of Interest
Mrand Mrs Jas H Rice of
Maysville annQunce the engage
ment of their daughter Ethel to
Walter Worthington of Covington
on October the twentyeighth Miss
Rice is quite well known here where
she has visited Miss Jane Gaitskill
quite frequently who will be maid
ofhonor
PERSONALS
Mr and Mrs Crews Rash are the
guests of his father Elder J M
Rash Mrs Rash is a young woman
of exceptional character and one
of the most attractive and popular
girls in central Kentucky She is
well known here as Miss Teddie
Key where she has frequently vis
ited Mn Rash is one of Winches
ters most substantial young men
and has now risen to general man
ager of the BroadheadGarrett Lum
ber Co of Clay City They will
make their home in Clay City
Among those from here who at
tended the RashKey wedding last
Wednesday were Mrs J M Rash
Misses Katherine Rash and Alice
Nunnelley Mr Charles Strother
The many friends of Mrs A J
Earp are glad to know that she has
returned from the hospital and is
Improving
Mr Penn Taylor is in Oklahoma
prospecting
Mrs Hazel ORear has returned
home after a visit to Frankfort and
LouisvilleMiss
Miss Sue Buckner of Paris is
the attractive guest of Mrs Ben
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GoffMrs
Mrs G Lee Wainscott was oper
atcd on for appendicitis Thursday
by Dr Mays of Rochester Minn
and is doing nicely
Miss Margaret Hampton is in
Lawrenceburg the charming guest of
her sister Mrs Hugh Searcy
MissKittie Hampton was in Mt
Olivet for a few days last week
Mr and Mrs Hugh Megmar of
Franklin Ky are the guests of Mr
and Mrs J Ed Gaitskall
Mr Will Mitchell is seriously ill
with pneumonia
Mr and Mrs Jesse Hampton en
tertained Misses Edna and Jane
Gaitskill and Dr Howard Lyon with
a theatre party to Chauncey 01
cott and a dinner afterwards
Mrs Rezin Scobee entertained a
few friends at Fortytwo Thursday
afternoon
Dr and Mrs J 0 Yaught enter
tamed a few friends at Fortytwo
Friday afternoon
Mrs P B Winn entertained Sat
urday morning in her most hospit
able way a few friends with an im
promptu Bridge party in honor of
Mrs Gus Brooks and her charming
guests Misses Myra and Rebecca
Duke of aYsville
Mrs John R Viley and Mrs Gus
Brooks have returned from a visit
to Louisville
Mrs WA Beatty returned home
Friday evening from Louisville
where she has been visiting her sis
ter Mrs John E Roche
Hon Abe Renick leaves for Kan
sas City Monday afternoon to at
tend the American Royal Stock
Show
Among the people whc were ifi
Lexington last week were Misses
Flprrie Smith Nannie Jarrish Mrs
R < Pfewitt Mr Woodson Moss
Mjr7 Jinr Stokely 3tH rates 1 Mrs
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J Smith Hays Mrs Will Massie
Mrs J E Grulls
Mr H B Sothern of Smith Bus
iness College Lexington was in the
city last Friday soliciting students
F C Lyons returned last week
from a visit to relatives in Vir
ginia
ginmMisses
Misses Rebecca and Myra Duke
are visiting Mr and Mrs Gus
Brooks at the BrownProctoria
Robert Profit was in Louisville
last week M
Judge Vivian was in Mt Stealing
last Wednesday
Ed Richards visited in Lexington
last week
Mr and Mrs David Matlack with
their guests Mr and Mrs Faerlain
attended the Louisville Horse Show
and the Lexington Trots last week
j Mr Wallace Reese went to Frank
fort Friday afternoon to attend the
dance at the Country Club
Porter Huls is quite sickwith a
severe sore throat
Mr W H Lamport of Lexington
has returned home after a visit to
his sister Mrs A R Baldwin
The many friends of Miss Carrie
Morgan Graves are glad to know
she has recovered to teach again
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Mrs RB Hunter was in Lexing
ton Tuesday night to see Chauncey
Olcott >
Mrs Alma Cranston of Ohio and
Mrs Emerson are visiting Mrs W
Z Eubank
Misses Sallie Gibson and Isabelle
McLennan of Louisville arrived
Saturday to be the guests of Miss
Stanley Jackson
One of the school boys accident
ally run against Joe Jackson Fri
day morning at school and pushed
him down the steps and hurt his
back Jt was at first thought he
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was seriously hurt He is doing
nit ely at present
Mr J Ed Gaitskall went to
Owingsville Saturday
Clayton Strode Will pus Asa
Sphor 01 E Bush have gone to
Indian Territory prospecting
Miss Creel of Cincinnati is the
guest of Miss Bess Grigsby
Miss Phoebe Lambert spent Sun
day in Lexington t
MisS Sue Peddicord has returned
from Louisville where she has been
visiting her sister
The Ladies Euchre Club meets
with Mrs Sam Jeffries Monday af
ternoon I
Miss Roddy of Stanton was the i
guest of Miss Bess Pedidcord Sun
day 1
dayMrs I A Shirley who fell seyex
al weeks ago and sustained painful j
injuries to her limb is now rapidly I
recovering
recoveringMr
Mr and Mrs H W Scrivener
have returned from a visit with
friends and relatives in Richmond
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Misses Martha Jones and Sallie
Shearer spent Sunday with
friends in Mt Sterling
Mrs Ida M Coates and Mfe
Aletheia Shiddell of Lexintgon
and Mrs R R Perry of this city
are with lelatives in Cincinnati
LislePrflwitt
Married by E13 James W Hard
ing Oct 8th at the home of Mr
Samuel Locknane in this city Mr
Marshall Prewitt and Miss Dora
Lisle 0
Mr Prewitt is the son of Mr and
Mrs S E Prewitt and is a genial
and popular young gentleman His
bride is one of our sweetest and
most lovable young ladies We ex
tend to them our heartiest congrat
ulations and best wishes
NEW CAMP HERE
Mr J W Womack of this city
District deputy of the order of Mod
ern Woodmen of America has organ
ized a camp here The first meeting
was held at the Court house last
Thursday night and a temporary or
ganization was effected by electing
the following officers Lee S Bald
win Counsel C B Todd Adviser
W S Mass Banker Roy Smith
Clerk J H Stuart Escort Lee
Vice Watchman and Frank Mc
Donald Sentry
The following compose the board
of managers Dr W C Worthington
GZ Dyer and Harris Friedman
The order will start out with forty
charter members The Ritualistic
work will be exemplified at the next
meeting which will beheld some tim
next week
weekOPERA
OPERA HOUSE MONDAY
IAt the Opera House Monday eve
I ning the McMahan Jacksons Ad
vanced Vaudeville Company begins
a three days engagement The com
pan claims to be an all star one
direct from the Keith and Proctor
eircrv From the standing oi > tie
circuit manager the show ought to
be an exceedingly good one and will
worthy the patronage of the public
The artists include 4he Pclot fam
ily 1 i an acrobatie no city not Mr
and Rrs Gbttlob i1 a cpme re vplay
let Nancy Rice jtg the K lhfitfjky
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We have operiejjl tp our Bakery
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and are now ready to serve the
public EVERY SATURDAY
we will have on display a nice
assortment of Layer and Plain
Cakes Yeast and Salt Rising
Breads Parker House Rolls
and Cooties always on hand
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The prospective bride looKs
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her place you would At any
rate it is customary to hand
her a little remembrance
You might afs well satisfy
this customary habit Tt wont
cost you much Pick out
some little trinket in sterling
silver Any of them make
highly appreciative little re
membrances
We dont know just why
but many of our patrons are
buying silver engagement re
membrances
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