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THE TIMES FOUNDED UM. RICHMOND, VA, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1911. PRICE FIVE CENTS, Fancy Stripe Jap Silk $1.98 Waists; $3.48 Values; Price To-Morrow . . Sale S3.98 Stripe Wash Jap Silk Waists, 1 with ^2 (J? side plaiting, at. F a n c y Embroidered Voile Waists, $7.48 values, at. S10.00 Fancy Embroid? ered Waists at . . .?. Excellent values in Dainty gcrie, this season's styles; fi?0 AQ $4.00 and S5.O0 Waists at $a?.*70 $3.98 $5.00 Lin S2.98 Fancy Waists at . Lingerie rie Waists, $1.48 Special values in Lingerie Waists, plain and fancy styles, at SI.00 and . Silk terns, price . Kimonos, large flowered pat n all shades; sale $2.98 RICHMOND, VA. We Sell More Ready-to-Wear Garments for Women Than Any Other Richmond Store. Children's Wear Half-Price Children's Rompers, in solid, striped and checked, for boys or girls, 2, 3 and 4 OC _ years, 50c ones for. OOC Children's Percale Aprons, 2 to 6 years; the 25c ones for. Children's Colored Wash Dresses, the 50c ones for. rr 15c 35c ?\ Sale at HHHE Greatest Economy Event of the Season?for in every section of this * busy store seasonable merchandise is now offered far below cost. Space limitations prohibit the mentioning of hundreds of items just as good as these specimen offerings, so if you want to know all about the many real bargains offered, start on your shopping tour at the Thalhimer store to-morrow. Children's Wash Hats, in white P. pink and blue, checked or solid cham bray; the 50c ones for. Boys' Hats, in straw, canvas and raffia, that seid heretofore for 50c, for. K? 35c 25c 50c Children's Fancy Straw Bonnets and Hats, flower and ribbon trimmed, aold for $1.50 to S3.50; your choice. Children's Colored Wash Dresses, some with bloomers and hats to match, high and low neck, 2 to 6 years; that sold for St.00 and $1.25, also a few that were $1.50; these for. 4 ?C Infants' Longcloth Slips, yoke of embroidery and tucks, for. An odd lot of P. K. and Bedford Cord Coats and Reefers, 2 to 5 years; these are ?lightly soiled; sold heretofore for SI.00 to S3.50; your choice. 25c 50c Linen Suits Less Than Cost Lot I. includes nat? ural and colors; values up to S8.50, at. $3.98 Lot II. includes Nat? ural. Oyster and Colored Linen Suits; S12.50 values; at. $5.00 Lot III. includes all smartest styles, all col? ors, values S15.00 and SI 7.50, at. $7.48 oc: DO White Serge Suits Half-Price S1.S.00 White and Hairline Serge Suits, strictlv plain tailor fl* 1 A AA style, now..'.?PlU.UU $25.00 Cream Serge id B a s Suits now c 00 S30.00 Cream Serge Suits, plain and fancy styles, now. S40.00 Cream Basket Cloth Suits now. $17.50 $20.00 J r-> 1 ScTurkish Bath Towels Large 22x42-in. 1Ap size; sale price . Heavy Huck Towel, large 19x42 inch size, a 15c value; Monday 1 A _ only. IUC Fine AH Pure Linen Damask Towels, large 20x36-inch size: borders colored, red, blue, gold and pink, also plain white; regular price 25c; sale price Mon- Of day. aCIC Extra Large Heavy Bleached Rath Towels, well worth 35c; our OC . price. fcsiJC Rubdry Wash Cloths, regular C _ price 5c; sale price to-morrow, 2 for OC Natural Color Linen Toweling, full 17 inches wide, regular price 7c; sale C _ price. ?JC One small lot of Russian Bath and Rubdrv ToweU placed on sale to-morrow at HALF PRICE. 59c Dress linens In Lavender and Green; 45 inches wide; OC^ sale price . One piece of American Beauty Dress Linen, 36 inches wide; regular * ?^1 .12.2C price 35c; sale price., Two pieces of Natural Color Flemish Linen, 36 inches wide; regular price 3Sc; sale price. 25c 30-inch Natural Color Dress Linen, 12J?c regular price; sale price.'. 36-inch Natural Color Dress Linen, regular price 29c; sale price A small lot of 36-inch White Linen, regular price25c; sale price 10c 21c 17c Monday Dress Sale $35 Linen Dresses, slightly soiled, now $15.00 oc $20 Linen Dresses $7.50 oc DO S15.00 Fancy Em? broidered Ling erie Dresses now $5.98 oc DO $20.00 Fancy Lin? gerie Dresses now $12.50 oc DO $10.00 Lingerie Dresses now $5.98 oc DO S5.98 Madras Street Dresses now $3.98 oc: IDO S5.00 Lawn and Madras Dresses now $2.98 oc rDO Lawn House Dresses; special, $1.48 oc DO Lawn and Percale House Dresses, $2.48 values, $1.00 I 79c Children's Dresses, 50c Children's Dresses, age 6 to 14 years, in white cannon cloth and fancy percales, 79c E*A values, now. ?/UC Children's Percale and Ging? ham Dresses, good *7A styles, 98c values, now. I t/C S1.25 and $1.48 Children's Dresses, in ginghams f\Q and percales, now. %/OC All White Lingerie Dresses for children, greatly reduced. $1.00 If You Ever Expect to Buy Floor Covering and Lace Curtains Now's the Time $25.00 Axminster Druggets, size 9x12; special. $32.50 Axminster Druggets, size 9x12; sprrial. $50.00 Wilton Druggets, size 9x12; special . $10.00 Wilton Drugget size ''xl2; special. $25.00 Velvet Druggets, size 9x12; special . $25.00 Brussels Drucgcts, size 9x12; special. $20.00 Brussels Druggets, size 9x12; special. $8.50 Fibre Druggets, size <J?7 ff A 9x12; special . Vi ?JU $2.00 Velvet Rugs, size 27x54; <?| P$l.50 Velvet Rugs, size 27x54; spr $5.66 Smyrna Rugs, size 36x72; 0*1 AO special. tPa-.tO $18.00 $20.00 $40.00 $30.00 $15.00 $15.00 $12.50 $1 50 Lace Curtains, 3 yards long; QQ~ special, per pair. UOC $7.00 Tiunks. $5.00 $9.00 Trunks . $6.00 $11.00 Trunks . $8.00 $12.00 Trunks . $9.00 $18.00 Trunks .$13.00 $7.00 Suit Cases.$5.00 $6.00 Suit Cnses.$4.00 $1.50 Fibre Cases.$1.29 $2.00 Hand Bags. $1.48 $7.00 Hand Bags. $5.00 $1.00 Hand Bags.$2.75 Remnants of Matting from 5 to 10 yarda that sold up to 30c yard; special, 1 0*/% per yard . JL?2C 40c Extra Heavy China Matting, 116-warp, 50 stvles to select from; special, per OA yard,'laid . OUC $1.50 Inlaid Linoleum, fifteen styles to select from; special, per square 0*1 AC yard, laid. Ol.UD J Jf r-'N $1.00 Longcloth Gowns Slipover styles, Lace, Embroidery and Rib? bon Trimmed; CQp sale price . . A lot of White Petticoats that sold for $2.50 to $3.98; these are a little soiled from show; your pick from (PI AO the lot . ?P?..70 Another lot of White Petticoats that sold for $2.00; during this sale (?1 OC the price will be. ?J)1??J?J A lot of Muslin and Longcloth Drawers for ladies and misses, embroidery or lace trimmed, length 10 to 27, open or closed, sold for 50c; during this *JQ_ sale. t)?7v Another lot, with hemstitched cluster tuck ruffles, that: sold for 39c, OCp open or closed styles; choice. ... fcitlC Children's Drawers, 2 to 12 years, with cluster tucks, made of a good grade muslin, for. 10c J Va Ladies' 25c Knit Pants Lace Knee, the usual 25c ones, during 1 H^ this sale . . . * I y Boys' Fine Ribbed Gauze Shirts, 6 to 12 years; instead of 25c during 1 A this sale. 1 UC Ladies' Fine Ribbed Maline Gauze Vests, the usual 12^c and 15c Ql onea; during this sale. ?3C Children's and Misses' Gauze Vesta, taped neck and arms, S to t4 years; Ql instead of 12>?c these for. ?3C Ladies' and Misses' Union Suits, taped neck and arms, lace knee; the kind tnnt sold for 25c and 39c; during this H A _ sale. I VC The 50c Swiss Ribbed ones will OP be sold for. ii*?JC Very Fine Woven Union Suits, that sold for 75c; size 5, 6 and 7; these for. Asheville Social News [Special to The Tlines-Dlspotch.] Asheville. N. C, July 29.?Mrs. "Stonewall" Jurkson.who has been spending Hie summer in Waynesvllle, lias arrived In Asheville (end will spend several weeks here. The Ashe vlllo chapter of ihc Daughters of the Confederacy had made all arrange? ments to tender Mrs. Juckson a re? ception In the green room at tho Bat? tery Park Hotel, but on account of her poor health at this time sije re? quested that It bo postponed. Mrs. Kenneth Balrd entertained In? formally with bridge Friday afternoon at her homo on Cumberland Avenue, in honor of her sisters, Mrs. An? drews and Miss Bcrtlc Bigger, of Au? gusta, Ga., who nrc spending several ?weeks In Asheville. One of the. most delightful social events of the season was the dinner dance given at tho Country Club last Friday evening. This Is an annual sffair, and Is always a most enjoyable one. Dinner was served to about sixty couples on the veranda of the clubhouse, after -which the dance was held. Over one hundred couples par? ticipated In the dance. At the Country Club last Thursday ?venlng. Itoy Wntson entertained at dinner In honor of his visitor, Egbert Sllvernail. Those present were Missen Sarah West, Marj or I c Pearson. Sarah Bradford, Kmlly Campboll. Elizabeth Keonon, Eleanor Raoul, Helen Chap? man. Pauline Puquln. Louise Chapman, Therese Chapman: Kgbert Sllvernail. R. D. McDonald, Cleve. Norton, Dccatur West, E. S. West, Wntts Norton. Henry Newman, Thomas Pearson, K Jenkins. At her home on Chestnut Streel, Mrs. J. A. Sinclair entertained last Wed? nesday with bridge. Her guests were Mrs. T. S. Rollins, Mrs. J. W. Eaueotte. Mrs. J. C, rrltchnrd. Mrs. Locke Cralg, Mrs. A. W. Calloway. Mrs. J. M. Morti? mer, Mrs. W. U. Penland, Mrs. Fred Hodges, of Denver. Mr; Charies Baird, Mrs. W. Banka Meacham. Mrs. S. S. Ford. Mrs. John Carroll. Mrs. Zob F. Curtis, Mrs. Orahnm Webb, Mrn. J. T. Revier. Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. E. T.. Ttrown, Jr.: Miss Lucy Nichols, of Muskogee, Okla.: Miss Grace Jonos, MIsb Mory Goodfpllow, Miss Mary Lee, JMIsh Ada Gillian.. Miss Luclllo Camp hell. Miss Marie Rryan. of Nashville: Mrs. A. M. Sinclair, Miss E. Rold Rus? sell. Miss Marcus pfrwln, Mrs. Perry Cohb. One of the most delightful recep? tions of the season was that tendered Tuesday evening by Mrs. Victor Stern, at hor home on Movtford Avenue, in honor of her house guests, Misses Ruth fand Elizabeth Bim* p? mOTlnshftro^ Ala. The house was beautifully decorated with whit.) asters and daisies The members of the younger set art looking forward with great Interest to the danre which will be given In the ballroom of tho Swannanoa Berkeley Hotel on next Thursday night, by the Sigma Fhl Epsilon Fra? ternity, In honor of Miss Mary Louis Mnnnlng. of Durham, one of Ashe vllle's most attractive visitors, who is spending several weeks with Miss Elortense Jones, at her home on Hay wood Street. Invitations to the dance have been Issued to nbout fifty couples. Bristol Social News [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Bristol. Va., July 30.?Miss Kath erlne Lindsay Bunting, of Macon. Ga, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bunt? ing, who formerly resided here, sur? prised her Bristol fr|end3 when she was married to John Clifford Morton, of Macon, in Chattanooga a few days ngo. Miss Bunting was visiting at Montcngle, Tenn., and came to Chat? tanooga to meet her lover. James Garileld Wyman. son of Mr. and Mrs. if. o. Wyman, and Miss Elolse Thompson, of Oklahoma City, were married at the home of the bride's uncle, in Oklahoma, on the 10th in? stant. The bride Is well known here, having formerly taught school In this city. The couple will come to Bristol to make their home next week. Caotnin and Mrs. A S.- McNeil. Cap? tain W, W. Brand and Colonel and Mrs. S. L. King and children havo re? turned from Unake' Springs, whore they spent two weeks. The Rev. and Mrs. M, L. Clcndennen, of Wallnce, havo announced tho en? gagement of their daughter, MtsB Flora Fletcher Clendcnnen, to J. C. Boat right, of Joncsvllle, Leo county. The marriage will be solemnized early In August. James and Henry Rarker have re? turned to their home hore, after a visit tb.thelr sister, Mrs. Hugh G. Mor ison, at- Johnson City. Tenn. Mrs. Jeff Flekllng. of Wythevllle, Is here on s visit to Miss rda Bewloy. Miss Katherlne Valght. of Oklahoma, is the guest of Miss 'Kate Sexton, nt tho home of Dr. and Mrs. N. H. Reeve. Mra. W. D: Stamper, "after a visit to her sister, .Mrs. '.William Burrow, and other relativ??, "has returned to her home in Washington, D. C. Tho opening ball at the new Hotel Bristol took place on Tuesday evening, when a large number of tho young people danced complimentary to the visiting girls. It was one of the most brilliant functions of tho season. The Raleigh Social News [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Raleigh. N. <_\, July -9.?The llrat german given In the .splendid new $20, 000 Raleigh Country Club building took place Saturday night, and was given by Miss Kathrlne Roylan, In honor of Misses Meuiay Dewey, Elslo Dortch and Mildred Borden, of Goldshoro. The dancing was beautifully led by Clal born Carr, of Durham, and Albert Cox, of, this city. The chaperons and patronesses were Dr. and Mrs. R. Q. Sherrlll, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bauman, Mr. und Mrs. W. B. Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tlmberlake, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roote. Mrs. 11. E. Lltchford. Mrs. James H. Pou, Mrs. J. 8. Carr. Durham; Mrs. R. F. Hill und Mrs. A. D. Carr, Durham. Mrs. A. T. Mini was hostess Tuesday evening for a delightful porch party In honor of her son, Bennett Mial, hero from Toledo, O.. for a visit, und of Miss Jennlo Proctor and her house guests. Miss Cary, of Baltimore; Miss 1 Walker, of Wlnston-Salem, and Miss ! AVilliains, of Sanford. Various games were played, and there were thirty odd couples sharing the pleasures of I the evening. Miss Marie Linehan entertained de? lightfully Tuesday afternoon at tho I,in.'ban home, on North Blount Street, in honor of Miss Lucy lliggs,, of At i lanta, Ga. Tho game of hearts wus played as one of the principal features i of entertainment. I Misses Louise and Flora McDonald, of this city, were the honor guests I for a sailing party at -Morchead tho 1 past week by C. G Caglc, of Fayetto | vine. Much Interest attaches to the ap? proaching marriage of Professor W. C. Norton, of tho A. &. M. College faculty here, and Miss Mary Ellen Johnson, to take place in Boston, tho home of the bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Johnson. Miss Minnie Morlng was hostess for a delightful bridge party Saturday afternoon, complimentary to her guest, Miss Louise EllloL of Edonton, N. C. Durham Social News f Special to The Times-Dispatch.) Durham, N. C. July 29.?There was a pretty wedding at Chapel Mill on Tues? day, when Miss Nellie Bhrhe.o and Ed? ward Tj. Stewart, of Washington. N. O. were united in marriage nt the bride's home, Bishop Cheshire officiating. Tho only attondnnts wore Miss Rona Worth Barbee. sister of tho bride, and Leo jLtowjoj^iij^^ -?JJ number or Durham people attended tho ceremony. Immediately after which Mr. and Mrs. Stewart drove to this city und boarded tho castbound train for Morehead City, where they will spend their honeymoon. Un Tuesday evening Mies Mina 1? Barker and William G. Gates wore married at Trinity Methodist parson? age. Miss Douglass Hill has returned from Morehead City and a viult to relatives in Goldaboro. . Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fuller and chil? dren havo gone on a visit to friends in Elncolnton, making tho trip in their automobile. Mrs. D. A. Carr has returned from Morehead City, whoro sho spent somo time with her sister, Mrs, William P. Whitake:-, who has a cottage there. Dr. and Mrs. I. N. Carr uro on a visit to friends In Cleveland, O., and will spend some tlmo at Atlantic City on their return trip. ? Misses Annie Louise arid Llda Carr Vaughnn havo returned from More head City, where they were members of a parly who spent thu month of July. There was a delightful dance at Ijakewood Park on Tuesday evening, which was attended by aoout sixteen couples, who spent a most delightful evening. Miss Janot Mason is homo from Beaufort, where sho spent several weeks. Miss Placlde Kramer Is home from Four Oaks, where she was a member of the delightful house party at which Miss Adams entertained a large num? ber of voung people fot1 ten days. Miss Funnlo Marknam hau returnod from Knoxville. Tenn., whore she at? tended tho summer school, stopping for a few daya at Connelly Springs on her way homo. Bowling Green Social News [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Bowling Green. Va? July 29.?Miss Grace McCaslln. of Bowling Green, Ky-, Is spending somo time with her slF.ter. Mrs. Otho P. Smoot Miss Besslo Jones is visiting friends in Richmond. Mr. and sirs. AV. Moncure Grnvatt and ohlldron. of Blockstone, nro visit? ing Judge and Mrs. E. C. Monouro. Mrs. Culver nnd daughters. Misses Kthel and Margaret, of Port Garden, Pa., nnd Percy Vollines, of Richmond, ore visiting Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Vel llnes. Mrs. Saliio Orrison and Miss Em In Washington, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joel Haines. Miss Emma Eeah has returned to her homo. In Hedford City, after a visit of six weeks t" friends here. Misses Helen und Ellen Broaddua spent a part of this week in Richmond. W. E. Ennls spent Hovcral days In Washington this week. Miss Nellie Boruin Is visiting frlonda In Charlotte, county. Rev. n. H. Melrbn has returne.l to his homo In Richmond, after spending several days with Rev. 1'. A. Cave. Mrs. Emma II. Qravatt and daughter. Miss Florence, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Travis. Rev. Somplo R?wo and wife and daughter, of Baltimore, were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Richards at the i^iwn Hotel. Boydton Social News I Kpeclnl to The TIines-PlKputeh.l Boydton, Va., July 20.?Miss Nancy I Ooode, of .Sklpwlth, spent a few days here the first of tho week visiting Miss Lullo Baskcrvlll. Judge and Mrs. Wr. E. Homes, with| their daughters. Misses I.ucy, Ella, Marlon and Kitty Homes, and friend Miss Lillian Moore, of Lynchl.urg, have returned from a two weeks' stay at Virginia Beuch. Mrs. Hardy, of Atlanta. Oa.. for? merly Miss Rosa Jones, of this place, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. John BuggT Miss Frnnklo Sco-tt. of Broukneal, who has been on n visit to her aunt, Mrs. W. O. Pleasunts, of this place, has returned to her home. Miss Alice Baskervlll, dauRhtcr or Commonwealth1? Attorney ('. T. Bas? kervlll, Is visiting her cou?ln. Miss Melon Hobbs, of Norfolk. Mrs. Walker Watts, of Hampton, for? merly Miss Tilla Boyd, of this place, and hor two little daughters uro| spending the summer with their aunt, Mrs. Marietta Johnson. Misses Mary Turpln and Lulls Baa kerylll, of this place, and Miss Mary I Plummer Mcllwalne, of Petersburg, spent Thursday and Friday at the home of Miss Rose Eppes, of Rose* | lands, Mecklenburg county. Mr. Stlmson, of the Presbyterian I Theological Seminary. Richmond. and| his mother nre spending the summer at the Haut hern Hotel. Mr. Ktlnnion is tilling the Presbyterian pulpit hero at present, and has several other churches' in adjoining counties. Jack Moore, of ChSSO City, spent Friday an,* Saturday In town visiting| friends. Miss Belle Orahsm. of Woodworth, I N. C, who 'has been visiting Miss \jiiwjiitim*jmt.Ss???9sl. tsMumi.tjiJ I her homo the first of tho week. Miss Nell Hardy, of Franklin, is vlslilng nt tho home of her uncle, C. I T. Reckes. Mm. rngo Carson and llttlo daugh? ter, of Charlotte, N. C. nro visiting relatives In town. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Wllkcs, of Norfolk, who have beon visiting their mother, Mrs. Virginia Dowllng, re? turned to liielr home on Tuesday. Mrs. Hen Lloyd and llttlo son, of Vlrglllnu. nro visiting Mrs. Salllo Bryson, of this pluco. Miss Kttn Amhler, who Is spending tho summer with her grandmother, Mrs. Marietta Johnson, charmingly en? tertained tho Current Events ' Club on Tuesday afternoon. After the ordinary business of the meeting had been dis? posed of a contest at target shooting with bow and arrow was entered Into with much zest, Miss Margaret Heekes winning the prize for the best marks? manship. The hostess served delight? ful ices and wafers. The guests of t the cluh were Mesdamos Wllllo Bry? son and Alice Flnek, Misses Lucy Loo 1 Fitzgerald, Lucile Vlrtlen. Lillian Moore nnd Mary Mcllwnlne. I Mrs. Simpson, of Norfolk, and dough-1 ters. are spending the summer w'th their aunt, Mrs. Bailie Bryson. Gray Atkins, of Richmond, spent Several days here the last of the week with relatives, Mr and Mrs. C. T. Baskervtll are attending tho association at Bethany Church, In the lower part of tho coun? ty. riev. nnd Mrs. F.dwln It. Carter, of I.vnchburg, who are spending the sum? mer here, spent tho last two weeks In Wurrcntnn. N. C, visiting Mrs. far? ter's brother, 0. N. Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fussoll. of High Point, N. 0., visited at the homo of Mrs. Salllo Bryson the pnst week. On Wednesday morning Miss Lulle Baskervlli delightfully entertained at bridge 'n honor of hor house guest. Miss Mcltwntno, of Potorshuro. A de? licious lunch was served. The guests were; Misses noso and Gcnu QOOde, Lucy and F.lla Homes, Lillian Moore, Ethel Williams, t.ucllo \'irden, Alice Faulkner, Rachel Spoiling*. Mary Tur pln, Anna Williamson, l.ucy Lew Kits-1 nerald and Mesdames Alice Finch and Cahell Wall. Mr. and Mrs C. N. Williams, of this] place, ar._- attending tho Baptist Asso? ciation at. Bclhany this week. Wilbur Frltchard and friend. Mr. Graham, of Lynchlmrg, spent se.voral davs the last of the \vee|< visiting at Bon Air Social News 'Special to The Times-Dlspatch.] Bon Air. Va., July 2D.?Miss Augusta Bartlcld and Miss u B. Cooko left the past week for Montrcat, X. C. for a month's visit. Mr. und Mrs. Preston Cocke. of Chat? ham, are the guouts o? Mrs. T. L. P. Cocke. Miss jean Berkley and Trunk Berk Icy were the week-end guests of Mrs. Norwood Bentley. Mr. and Mrs. j. e. Cox. Jr.. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bul lington. J. Blythe Moore. Jr., of Hinter Park, was tho guest recently of tho Missed Mooro. . ? F.. 9. linden has returned from Baslo: City. Guests nt the Inn recently arrived' are Mr. and Mrs Mehegan, Miss Mar? garet Mehegan, Mr. and Mrs. Alex For? rest and children. Mr. and Mrs. War? ren, of Norfolk; Mr. and Mrs. Winston1 and family. Miss Catherine Winston, and others. Keith Jones is visiting friends in Itlchmo^( Miss Ida Pace returned on Friday from Beaver T>am, where she has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willie Pace fot< tho past month. Miss Clara Powers Is homo again, nfter a short stay In Cumberland coun? ty. Miss Orano Perrow has returned from Norfolk. Mrs. Hobson. of Powhatan, is stop? ping with Mrs. .Alan Ferguson. Miss Elisabeth Mncon, of wiiiinms bnrg. Is visiting Miss Ayliffe Watson. MISS Mary Friend, of Chester, has been visiting Miss Virginia Lee Miller during the past week. Mr. and Mrs Austin Burr are In Richmond for a couple of woelts. On Thursday night an entertainment was given at the Country Club In tho nature of a musical. A beautiful new Vletrola has been purchased by tho membors, and some very fine rocorda were used in entertaining the crowd' .11 t.mdlng. Miss Edith Rcftffln was the guest this week of Mr. end Mrs. Oeorgo C.; Gregory at their country home, near* here. ' Miss Iitiev Mason la the week-end; irtlest of the Misses Kennon at Nor-' wood. llghtful hop, given on Wodne-sday nicht hy Mr und Mra. T. M. Kennedy Ir* honor ot their house guests. A mim-: ber of outsiders were preaont. and the/ evening very oujoynblo. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Buschen-have ro*> turned from Boston. ? ; Robert King was tho guoet o? Wed* Jltini'"-"1 ,ot trlenda.horo>