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xSocietyx
i (Continued from Sooond Page.)
pnd Baltimore. ~ She- was chaperoned
py Mrs. Clifford a Dowdy, of this city.
In anil Out of Town.
' Mrs. C. C. Walker will leave Rich
Vnond shortly for the Hot Springs, go
Ing later to the White Sulphur tor the
remaining weeks In August.
i Dr. and Mrs, George W. McDantel.
M Weathampton, are entertaining
their sisters, Mrs. Fannie J., Anderson
pnd Miss Dorothy Scarborough, of
[Texas.
Mrs. Thomas C. Tlnsley and daugh?
ter, Mrs. Willis Robert Jenkins, of
1227 Grove Avenue, left Thursday for
lashevtlle, N. C, to visit the former's
daughter. Mrs. Jcsso B. Wilson.
>' MJss Rosa Trent has returned to the
fclty after spending several weeks at
Virginia Beach.
5 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peyton, Jr.,
Will leave this month to visit Mr. and
?Irs. Leland Clark In Grand Rapids,
jMlch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meredith and
"daughter. Irene, left Richmond Satur?
day for a month's s,tay In Louisa.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Tlnsloy, of 2010
Crove Avenue, aro spending this week
et Ocean View, accompanied by Mrs.
XTinsley'a sisters. Misses Ada and Edna
Heffley.
t Mrs. If. Cornell Branch and daugh?
ter. Marjorle. ore spending the month
tef August in Asheville, N. C. with the
former's sister, Mrs. A. S. Denoon.
Mir. and Mrs. B. A. Rlenner. J.
TBpreull Blenner. Misses M. Hamner
IPerkinson and Lula C. Lamb have re?
turned to the city aftnr a stay at the
fs'ansemond Hotel. Ocean View.
t -
- Miss Lucy Carney Is spending sev
fernl weeks with friends at Virginia
JBeach.
. Miss Lucy' Coulter, who has been
Visiting Miss Lucy Gwathmey at Sat)
"West Grace Street, is now the guest
iof Mrs. William Miller on North Third
JRreet.
Melville W. Browne and Ernest L.
iWrtn left Saturday to spend two
?weeks In the. mountain?, visiting Lex?
ington. Natural ' Bridge and Luray
jCawe before returning to the cIVi'.
Miss Imogene Gfitory, of Wondland |
^Heights, who has been spending some I
time at the seashore, will return to j
jhe city In a few days.
Mrs. Edward Tucker Hanlson. Miss
(Annie Gray nnd Misses Anna and Nel?
lie Boykln are stopping at the St.
t?ennis Hotel. Atlantic <"'ity.
Robert W. Daniel sailed Thursday]
Jon the steamship Mauretanla for Lon?
don, England.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Clenden have
fpeen spending some time at Saratoga,
tl-ike George and other Northern re?
ports.
Mrs. W. F. Dunhar has returned to
ther home In Norfolk after visiting her |
jiarents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Moltz, In
t-Mu city*
Miss Bessie Marshall, of Highland I
tPark, left Thursday to visit relativer j
Dn the coast of Georgia and Northern
Florida.
Miss Blanche Whltmore has returned
tto Durham. N. C? after a visit to her
nunt. Mrs. G. W. Tlnsley, at 250S
Drove Avenue.
Judge and Mrs. Dew and Miss Dew,
Bf this city, are spending tho summer
en the coast of Maine.
Mrs. I. N. Vaughan. Jr., and Mrs.
Ceorge Mason have gone to the Old
Pweet Springs for the remaining
(weeks in August.
Misses Alice and Emma Netherlanrt
lare spending some time with a party
pf friends at T?te Springs. Tenn.
i -
Mrs. Richmond Moore, of West Grace
Street. accompanied by her little
daughter, Ida. Richmond Moore, Jr.,
end maid Is spending August at the
iAIleghany Inn at Goshen.
Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Phillips, of thle
fclty, who has been visiting Mrs. E. V.
31111 in Louisa, are now the guests of
gelatlves In Spotsylvanla.
Mrs. Martha Spencer, of this city. Is
the guest of Miss Juliet Cermside in
jBtaunton.
Mrs. Henry T. Christian is visiting
Jier brother. Herbert Coffman. at his
Jiornc In Harrlsonhurg.
Tho Misses H?rtung have returned
to trie city after spenuing several
(weeks at Waynesboro, Staunton and!
IMount Elliott Sprlng3.
Miss Julia Grant and her brother, A. I
(Grant, are at Gresham Court after a |
?tay of somo weeks at Buckroe Beach.
. N. W. Davis, pf 2519 Kensington
lAvenue, accompanied by his daugh
jrs, Misses Lottie and Nellie; Mr. and
Airs. Charles B. Seiden and Rev. and j
2drs. Walter W. Bain, of Crewe. Va.. |
Jiave returned after a delightful stay
of several weeks at Hotel Ablngdon
on the Chesapeake Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Savage havo left
rjor AUeghany Hotel. Goshen, Va., for
*he month of August.
' Mr. and Mrs. E. Word and chil?
dren, Margaret, Dorothy and Lewis,
and Mrs. L. P. Eubank and Miss Louise
Jllckerson left yesterday for Crockett
?prlngs, v'a.
Mrs. A. V. Prairie and grandchildren.
Phyllis Reams nnd Walter Armltage. J
are spending the summer at Spray,
,N. C.
. Mrs. R. F. Ellyson has left the city
4o Join her husband at the Yellow
gulphur Springs. {
1 Mrs. Henry M. Cannon nnd Mrs.
The Highest Standard
Laundry Work
Is the subject of a full page advertisement
?in this week's Saturday Evening Post.
We arc members of the Laundry men's
Rational Association of America, and
,are equipped to do for our customers all
[that any good modern laundry can do?
:to which is added a personal supervision
(that results in perfect satisfaction.
Eagle Steam Laundry
{jstad.4842. 723-5 W. Cary.
MONEY SAVING ITEMS IN THE
.BARGAIN ANNEX
MONDAY
Everything
in the
Annex
$1.00
See the
Window
Display
Children's
$1.00 Tan Oxfords
49c
Men's Oxfords
$1.00
See Window Display
EYMOVi
VIRGINIA 'BRIDE
MISS MILDRED MAY DAVIS,
Dnuirhlrr of Dp. j. M. DbvIs, of West boro, whose nmrrlnjrc ?n William R.
Phrlpii will hp pplphrated on Wednesday ?-venlnp ot this week In the borne
of thp bride's father.
Walter Jones left Friday for Clifton
Springs. N. Y., to spend six weeks.
A. Simon and his daughter. Miss
Pauline Simon, have returned to the
city after a visit to California and
Yellowstone Park.
Mrs. Nettle B. West, who has been
visiting her brother In Highland Park,
returned to Norfolk Thursday, accom?
panied by little Miss Antoinette Brown.
Bon Air Social News
{Special to The Tlmes-Plspatch.)
Bon Air, Vn., August 5.?Miss Eva
Talcott Is visiting the family of Mrs
Holrlth. on Mob .lack Bay.
Miss Sarah Berry, of Annapolis, and
George Russell Talcott were with Col?
onel and Mrs. Talcott last week.
Dr. and Mrs. E B. McGlure left for
Montreat. N. C. on Wednesday last for
a two weeks' stay with Mrs. Pinker
ton.
Miss Margaret Britt. of Norfolk, has
been the guest of Miss' Nellie Mc
Clure.
James Grlgg spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Polk Miller.
Mann Page. Cardwell Taylor and
Preston Grlgg were guests over Sun?
day of Mr. nnd Mrs. Douglas Wherry.
Mrs. W. R. L Smith. Miss Nannie
Smith, and Messrs. Smith are visiting
Mr and Mrs. William Ellerson.
? Miss Maria Cocke left on Tuesday
for Norton to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wil?
liam Cocke.
Miss pella Brock left for her home
at Hampden-Sldney on Monday.
Meredith Watson nnd Richard
Stephens, of plttsburg. left on Thurs?
day, after a delightful visit of three
weeks to Mr. nnd Mrs. Douglass
Wherry.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Cocke left the
past week for n visit to Mrs. Cocke's
relatives in Essex.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Messer re?
turned from Catawba last week, and
are again at The Inn.
Mrs. navid Ainslle has been the
guest of Mrs W. M Withers.
South Boston Social News
1 Special to The Tlmtis-Dispatch l
South Boston. Vn.. August 6.?Mr.
nnd Mrs. r. a. Penick and daughters.
Misses Louise. Lizzie and Ruth, have
returned from a most pleasant sblourn
at Rockbrldge Baths. Miss Louise
Penick also spent some tlins with
friends In Lexlnirton
Mrs. J. W. Elliott left a few davs
ago for Niagara Falls and Meadsvllle.
Pa., on a pleasure trip.
Miss Florence May Wayland. of
Speriyville; Miss Eva May Davis, of
Dnnvllle; Miss Oreda Oxlev. of Blue
field. W. Vn ; Mrs. c. .1. Russell and
daughter, of Richmond, and Mrs.
Leslie Lrvvd. of Danville, were guests
of Mr and Mrs. R. n Wnvland during
the week:
Mrs. Henry Glasgow, of Roanoke
visited Mrs. C. A. Nesbltt here this
week.
Mrs. A. B. Willingham. Mrs. John
Hannon, Carroll Hannon. Marie Nor?
wood left left Tuesday for Montvale.
to spend some time
E. M. Terry has returned from Ken?
tucky, where he went to visit his wife,
who Is spending the summer with
relatives In the Bluegrass State
. Mins Helen Herrlnk, of Ashland, |*
the guest of Miss Janle Richardson on
Wllborn Avenue.
Frank Faulkner haA returned froju
the. University of Virginia, where he
took a summer course.
Fulton Glllllan<1 nn<l Harvey Elliott,
o fthls place, are enjoying the breezes
of the seashore around Virginia Beach
and Ocean View. ?
Mr. and Mrs. W. I Jordan, Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Watk'ns. of this place. anTI
Mrs. r. C. Green. Of Danville, left South
Boston Tuesday for Kawlay Springs '
and Lexington The trip was made in i
an automobile.
Frederick Neshltt. of Richmond,
?pent his vacation with home folks at
this place.
Miss Helen W. Easley, of this place,
?and Miss Sarah Craddock. of Cluster
Springs, left this week to attend the
school in Chatauqua, N. Y., and will
also visit Philadelphia and New York
bet?re their return.
Frederick's Hall Social News
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
Fredericks Hall. Va , August 5.?Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Cussons, formerly of
Armlnlus Mines, but now of Raleigh,
N. C, were the guests of Miss Sadie E.
Trice last week.
Mrs. N. V. Coleman and children, of
Richmond, are spending the summer
months at Trice Hotel.
Mrs. N. C. Harris, who has been
visiting her son. Petit Harris, for sev?
eral weeks, will leave this week for
Rutherfordton, N. C, where she will
visit her daughter, Mrs. F. D. Ham
rick.
R. N. Whittaker, of Plttsnurg. has
left for his homo, after spending a
week with his brother here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barlow, of Chi?
cago, 111., spent several days here last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. McMillan have re?
turned to their home In Plttsbtirg, Pa.
Dr. C. R- Sherman lias returned from
a pleasant, visit to relatives in Chi?
cago. 111.
Miss Annie E. Hall, of Philadelphia,
is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Harden
bergh
Miss Myrtle Atkinson has returned
from Chariottesvllle, where she spent
several weeks.
i W. F. Gayle. Jr. of Urbanna, was
here several days last week
Miss Henrietta Irving, of Plttsbtirg,
Pa., Is the guest of Mrs. R. B. ulttle,
at her home, near Buckner.
Mrs D. D. Wakely and Mrs E. li
? Polndexter have returned from a
i pleasant trip to Ocean View.
Abingdon' Social News
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) 1
Abingdon, Va., August 5.?Professor
Doughorty, of Appalnchla, who was re?
cently elected prlncipnl of the High
School of this place. Is spending the
week in town.
Mrs. Grc-ever nnd Miss Virginia
Grcever. of Chilhowle, were the guests
of Judge nnd Mrs. R. M, Page a few
davs this week.
Miss Sarn Withers, of Chester. S ft',
Is the guest of Mrs L P. Withers
Miss Jonot McGavoek, of Max
Meadows, Is visiting her brother, John
W. McGavoek.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllmer and family, of
Richmond, after ? visit to Miss Annie
White at "Greenfield." have arrived In
Ahlngdonj nnd are guests of Mrs. Pres?
ton Trlgg. Mrs. Wllmer Joined Mrs.
Clark Carpenter and M'ss KUse White,
of Jphnson City, on Monday, and they
are spending this week in Detroit
I with their sister, Mrs. Gorham.
MI83 Tab Kcllty, of Roanoko, was
the guest of Miss Katharine Stuart'
this week. I
Miss Kllzabeth Mitchell has gone to
I-.ynch.burK and Richmond, where she
will visit friends.
Miss Kllzabeth Krogor has gono \o
Cllnehport to vlBlt her nieces, tho
MlsseH Blckloy. ?
Mlsa Borta Preston, of Saltvlllo, has
roturned home, after spending a few
days with Miss Katie Hurt.
Mrs. Kemp, of Omaha, Neb., Is a
guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Irby Hurt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lowls P. Summers und
M'hs Rosa Williams, of Wythevtlle, left
Tuesday on an automobile trip to Now
York.
Mrs. Bessie O. Flndloy and Harris M.
Findlny aro spending the week in
Wythevllle with Frank 8. Ftndlay
Sirs. Barnard Edwards. of West
Point, is a guest o fher mother. Mrs.
Lillian P. Withers.
Miss Fannio P. Withers left Thurs
dav on a ten days' trip to Atlantic
City.
Durham Social News
[Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 \
Durham. N. C, August S,?One of i
the largest an.] most beautiful affairs,
of the week was the al fresco bridge.!
party at which Mrs. J. Harper Krwln i
entertained on Monday afternoon at |
her attractive home. "Sunnyslde." In
Wcsl Durham. In honor of Mrs Eel ton
Clements and Miss Jackson, of Rucnn
Vista, fin The tables wer" arranged
on the broad porch. wh?'re the players
had a beautiful view of ihe lovely I
lawn and enjoyed a most Interesting |
game. The ^nest of honor, Sirs. Clem?
ents, was given a kodak hook, and '
Miss Jackson received a silver bridge!
i pencil, while Mrs. BInckwell S'tlth bore
; off the trophy for the highest score?
a cr.py of "The Long Roll" Enjoying
Mrs. Erwln's hospltalltv were Mrs. 1.
: V Hill. Mrs. .1. b*.,Cunningham, Mrs. I
Paul Taylor, Mrs. T. E. Cheek. Mrs. T.
B. Lyon. Mrs. Lora Lyon Ferguson,;
Mrs Mlackwell Stlth, Mr? M 11 Jones. I
Mrs. W. M. Fallon, Mrs. R I'. Brooks,
Mrs. A. Cohb, Misse? Doiiglas? Mill.',
Annie Louise Vaughan, Charlotte,
Cunningham. Evelyn Jones. Matt e
Lehman. Pattie Carroll, of Raleigh,
and Miss Eliza Taylor, of Danville
Miss Eliza Taylor, of Danville. Va.,
was the honoree at a party on Friday ,
morning, at which Mrs Paul Taylor;
entertained at two tables of bridge..
The guests Included Mrs. J s. Cunning- !
ham. Mrs. J. Harper Erwin. Mrs. J. A. |
Robinson. Mrs. E. B. LVnn, Mrs. Felton
Clements and Miss Jackson, of Buena
Vista, GS.
Miss Ruby Rogers and Roscoe M.
Ayers were married on Wednesday
evening at the home of'the bride. Rev. 1
R. C. Craven officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Avers are spending their honeymoon j
In the mountains of Virginia.
A marriage of interest on Wcdnes- '
day was that rff M.lss Hattle Clements
: nd W. T. Yancy. r',f Oxford, w'hlch
was solemnized at the home of the]
bride's mother, on Wyatt Street, by
Rev. John E. Wool, of Granville roun
ty. John Ruchanan. of Oxford, was the
best man. and Miss Ella Clements,
sister of the bride, was maid of honor.'
After th? ceremony Mr. and Mrs. I
Yancy left for Niagara Kalis' an<j the
Catsklll Mountains, after which they
will he at home at Oxford
Mrs .1. S f'arr. Jr.. and children :
have cone to Atlantic City, where thev
will join Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Pat ton, ]
of Kansas City, to spend some time, I
then go to Cape May.
Asheville Social News
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
Asho?tlle. N. C, August 2?Asheville
people were greatly surprised last]
week to learn of the marriage of G. j
Spears Reynolds and Mrs W. 11.
Cooper at Memphis the early part of j
last week. Mrs. Cooper had been visit- 1
'npr |n Memphis for several weeks, and
Mr. Reynolds left Asheville for that
city apparently on a. business trip.
Immediately after his arrival In the
Tennessee city the ceremony was per- ;
formed, although it was kept a secret,
until the return of the couple to this
city. Mrs. Cooper is well known In
Asheville, and has many friends here.
Mr. Reynolds Is one of the city's most
prominent young attorneys. He , was
formerly Judge of the City Pollco
Court.
In honor of Miss Mary Louise Mann?
ing, of Durham, who 1,. visiting M'ss
Hortensr- Jones, a number of charming
social affairs have been given here
within the past" few weeks. Miss Ryrd
Henderson entertained at a five hun?
dred party on Thursday night, at
which a number of memhers of the
younger set of Asheville were present.
The homp was beaifllfnlly decorated-'
with pink and white sweetpeas. An?
other five hundred party was given In |
honor of Miss Manning Saturday after?
noon by Misses l.-iiira and Exnm
Meares. The house was tastily dec-j
orated with ferns nnd potted plants
Miss Manning was presented with the
souvenir prize, a pair- of enameled
beauty pins. The first prize was won
(by Miss Margaret Millender.
The Sigma Phi Epsilon balj. given
'n honor of Miss Manning. In the ball?
room of the Swannanoa Hotel-on the
night of Thursday. August 3. was a
decided success The Sigma Phle are
strong in Asheville, nnd thev proved
delightful entertainers at trie dance.
About sixty-five couples were on the
floor. RefreshmentS, consisting of ice
cream blocks and cake. In the shapes
of a heart?the emblem of the frater?
nity?and punch, were served. A slx
ptece orchestra furnished the music
for the occasion. The local members
of the fraternity are Messrs. Paul and
Kiffin Rockwell. Richard and Lawrence
Loughran, John car roll, Owen Moore,
Hal McCoy. Edward Atkinson and
John Cosby.
The opening hall at the Rattery
Park Hotel last Friday evening was
one of the social events of the week.
It was a brilliant affair, and was one
of the most successful ever given at
tills hotel.
Port Haywood Social News
[Spo-lal to The Times-Plspatch. ]
Port Haywood, Va . August 5.?Miss
Mary Harrison, of Arkansas, is visiting
Miss Nannie Ransone at Port Hay
wood.
Rev. H. G. Lane, of South Roston.
is spending his vacation with his
mother at Woodstook.
Mr. nnd Mrs A C. Murray, of Bal?
timore, are the guests or \y h <?
Murray at Will la ma's Wharf.
Ceof-ge h, Townsend is spending
I some time at Woodstook.
Miss Margaret Parker, sister and
father, after a visit to Rrighton and |
i Virginia Reach, have returned to;
i Washington.
I Mis. W O, Line and Mrs. Clarence
Klmnn, of Baltimore, are ?taylng with
, Captain .1. W Klman
The Misses King, r.f Portsmouth, are
I guests of Miss Gertrude Hall
Miss Rrooks and Mls? Berry are
I gu?-sts of Mrs. \v. s Ransone,
Chase City Social News
[Speclallo The Times-Dispatch I
Chase city. Va., August 5.?Mrs.
1 Guy. daughter, Mtsg Mat tin. and son,
Harry, of Roanoke, and Air, and Mrs
! Richard Russell, of Chicago, vverol
; guests at the home of Mr and Mrs !
, Norman H Williams this Week They
i left a few days ago for Abbyville.
Whore thev ale now visiting relatives. '
Miss Savage is visiting her aunt, I
Mrs II T William:-.
Miss Evelyn Perklnson. of Wylles- i
burg, attended the State Summer Nor?
mal here last week
i Mr. and Mrs. W D. Norvell and
j daughter, Miss [S?helle, have returned
from a trip in the mountains of West
j ein North Carolina.
Miss LnNetn Hester returned a few]
' days ago from a pleasant visit to rela-!
i tives In North Carolina.
I Mrs. J. M. Slonn. of Sterns. N C, Is
' visiting her daughters, Mrs. Jos iph
! Hardy and Mis .1 Thomas Goode, Jr.
Hon. E. R C.oode. of Boydton, vls
I lied his son. Captain J. Watklns
I Goode. this week.
Miss Lizzie Hendrlcks, of Palmer
l Springs, who has been visiting her S'9
ter. Airs George K. Gilmore, has re?
turned.
Mrs. Laura Bigger and daughter.
Miss Genn, who visited Oconn View
last week, returned Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Maduux aro nt
Buffalo Springs.
Miss Lucy Brysorv, of Boydton* who
$3.00, $4.50,
$5.00
Skirts
NOW
98C
$10.00
Linen
Suits
NOW
$2.98
To-Morrow May Be
Dollar Day
In Richmond
But To-Morow Will Be
Price-Slashing Day
$2.00 & $2.50
Waists
NOW
79c
$15.00
$5 and $7
Summer
Dresses
NOW
$1.98
In Freed's
NOW
$4.98
Never in business history have you
ever heard of such slashing of prices as
will be seen in here to-morrow. Every?
thing is cut far below expectations. We
are not selling anything for a dollar, but
we are sellin? every garment in the house
cheaper than elsewhere.
It is impossible to advertise every special,
they are too numerous to mention, but
on the main floor they are ready for you.
$15.00
Marquisette
Dresses
NOW
$5.98
The
Always
Busy
Store
vFREED^
The
Always
Busy
Store
has been the guest of Mrs. W. H.
.Jeffreys, returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. Virginia Maddux Is visiting
relatives at Jumbo.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Beazley and chil?
dren have returned from West Point,
Norfolk nnd Ocean View.
.lames Hardy was In Richmond this
week.
Rev. R. D. Garland, of Richmond,
fllle,! the pulpit at tho M. E. Church
here last Sunday night.
Messrs. J. .1. Smithson, of Scott's
Cross Roads, nnd C. R. Thomasson. of
Sklpwtth. were In town this week.
Miss Margaret Hardy has returned
from a visit to Jeffress.
Roland Wlldman. of Chapel Hill,
N. S. Is visiting his brother, W. D.
Wlldman.
Mrs. Sam W. Eubank has returned
from a visit to relntlves at Sklpwilh.
Misses Davis, of the Eastern part of
the State, are visiting their nephew,
W. D. Wlldman.
Providence Forge Social News
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspntrh.)
Providence Forge, Va., August 5.?W.
B. Cloggln, county school superintend?
ent, has returned from a trip to Farm
vllle.
Miss Fedora Hnxall Is spending some
time with friends In Fayettevllle,
N. C.
Miss Gladys Coleman has gone to
Goochland county to visit friends.
Miss Elizabeth Hnrrlson. of Talley
vMle, Is visiting here this week.
Mrs. Isahell Coleman. of Richmond.
I? upending a'few days at Sterling.
Mrs. Herbert Scott nnd daughter.
Miss Ruth Scott, of Richmond, are the
guests this week of Mr. and Mrs.
I.lttleburg Haxall.
Wfjldon Social News
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch 1
Weldon, N. C. August B.?Mrs Eliza?
beth I.ankford. Miss Nellie Lankford
and Edward Ijinkford. of Salisbury.
Md , are here on a visit to Mr. and
Mr.s. F. J. Bounds.
Sirs. W. L. Scott and children are
visiting relatives In Petersburg.
Mrs. J. F.. Green and Mr.?. J. S. i->nrr
spent a few days In Richmond this
week.
Mrs. Walter LhwIs nnd daughter.
Miss m?::.it, spent the week in Nor?
folk.
Mrs. T. W. Russell and daughter.
Miss Nellie, left Thursday to spend
two weeks in Clinton.
Mrs Laura Fllyow and daughter.
Miss Thelma, of Wilmington, return
id home Thursday, after spending
some time here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Cohen, who have
been away to spend the past mvnth,
have returned home.
Mrs W .1. Wood. Miss {Catherine,
William. Mercer nnd David Jackson
Wood have returned home from Vir?
ginia Beach.
Gordonsville Social News
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
Gordonsville. Va.. .August 6.?Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Cowherd, of Clifton
Forge, have been spending the week
with relatives and friends near town. |
Morton Dunn, of Richmond, visited
his mother. Mrs. H. F. Dunn, here this
week.
Lewis Marshall, of Chariot tesvllle,
was the guest several days this week
of his sister, Mrs. J. L. T. Sneed, In
the city.
W. S Rogers, Jr., of Washington. |s
on a vis't lo hlP mother In the city.
D. D. Martin has returned from a
plensant trip to England
MISS Christina Eckert, of Richmond,
has been spending the week with Mrs.
W. .1 Woodv.
Misses I.Uli.in Smith, faille Woody
and Annie Carter have returned from
Fnrmvllle, where they attended the
normal
<; H Thomas and family, of Roa
noke. sre visiting relatives In Soui
Gordonsville,
Mi.-:- Mary Newman, after a visit at
the home of her aunt, Mrs A. R, Mar-,
tin. left on Wednesday for her home
n? Brown Station, N. Y.. accompanied
by Miss Margie Martin
.1 H l.lntrev. of Charlottesville, was
Hie guest this week of his nephew.
N A Llhney.
Dr. Isaac Curd has returned fruni a,
trip to Richmond.
Oiiinberlanr! Social News
[Special to The Times-) iispntch.1
'Cumberland, Va:, August ."? -..Irs.
Rose II. Gray and Miss Ballte. Garland,!
aller I en days' visit to Mr and Mrs.
William Gray, of "Northrteld." have
returned to their home at Blnckstone.
Misses Bessie Stuart. Eleanor HlggM
and Maud Stuart are guests of Miss
Nellie Barhour. at "Longwood," Prince.
Edwnrd county
Judge .1 singleton Diggs, ot Lynch
burg, war, a recent visitor at the home
of Charles Dlg.gs.
Miss Zerelda McRae is visiting Mr.
nnd Mrs. Alan McRae. on ColonlalAve
nue.
Mis* Martha Chamber?, of iUchpao;\d.,
Is spending the month of August at
the Red Hope Inn.
Miss PpiicIiv Wilson, of Richmond.
is the guest n'f Mrs. William M Smith.
Miss Thompson, of Norfolk, is the
house guest of Mrs. G. B. B. Smith at
the parsonnge.
Miss l,anp Van Hook, of New Vork.
Is spending some time with Mrs. Alan
McRan.
Miss Cora S. nidmore, of King 'Wil?
liam county, spent last week wltli Mrs.
Robert O. Garrott at their suburban
residence.
Mrs. l'ameln S. Rrown. of Culpeper.
Va., after n stay of several weeks
with Mr. nnd Mrs. O. G. Flippen, on
Colonial Avenue, is with Mrs. J. B.
Flippen, of Fnrmvllle,
Miss Rebecca Vaughan Is spending
the. week In Richmond.
Aubrey Spence. of Richmond, la vis?
iting relatives here.
Mrs. Whitley and Miss Penelope
Whit ley, of Smlthfleld, are at the Rert
Rose Inn for some weeks.
Louisa Social News
fSpeclaJ to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Louisa, Va.. August 5. ? Mls? Annie
Broome, of tlreen Springs, is visiting
Miss Kllzabeth Klannagan.
Kveret Perkins, Commonwealth's
Attorney of Roanoje. Is expected this
week to visit friends and relatives.
Misses Koulse and Lois Crank enter?
tained at a porch party Saturday even?
ing, given In honor of the'f guests,
Miss Isadore Gills, of Powhatan, and
Miss Elizabeth and Virginia Huntley.
of Charlottesvllle.
Mrs. H, W. Kllet and daughter,!
Louise, of Richmond, are visiting Mrs.
J. A. Kent
Mr. and Mrs Jessie Porter and Miss '
Mnrv Donnnlly have returned from a!
trip' to Atlantic City.
Miss Mamie Johnson Is visiting
friends In Orange.
The annual meeting nnd dinner of
the (stockholders of the Rank of Louisa
was held In the Louisa Motel Satur?
day. The speakers were s. 1> Crcn
shaw, of Richmond; R. L. Gordon,
Judge F. W. Sims and I' R. Porter.
Mrs M. C Thompson and daughter,'
of Norfolk, are guests of Mr. ami Mrs.
T. Q. Thompson. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kgghorn. of Alex?
andria, are visiting his slstnr, Mrs. T.
Q. Thompson.
Messrs J. R. wills. Wyndham Wills
and Edwin Woodward spent Sunday at
Ocean View,
Boydton Social News
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Boydton. Va., August 5.?Mrs. Fanny
Panton an,| son, Harrison, of Danville,
are spending the summer hero at tin;
home of c. J- Faulkner.
Misses Lena Rulces, of this place, and
cousin. Miss Nell Manly, of Franklin,
left last Saturday to spend several
weeka ai Virginia Reach.
Miss Mary Plummer Mcllwalne and
brother. W. It. Mcllwalne ill , of p. -I
tershurg, who have been visiting at,
the home of i- t Baskcrvlll, left for
the oi,i cockade city on Monday. j
Mr. ami .Mr.-- k Chambers Goode'
gave a beautiful reception on Friday,
afternoon in honor of their youngestI
daughter, Miss Gena Goode. Mrs.
Goode received her guests on the
spacious old Colonial porch, and grace- |
fully presided at the punch bowl. Der
Urions sandwiches with iced ten ami
lemonade were passed around by thei
Misses Goode. Miss Gena looking
love(y In a dainty lingerie dress of ?
white, with Klliarnoy roses. Before
leaving a delightful course of Ices and
cream were served out on the lawn it;
was decidedly one of the sweetest and
most Informal receptions ever given
In the town,
i Miss Vira Paulett, of Farmvillo, Is
the house guest of Mrs. C, W. Cole
i man
Mis W. K. Homes, who has-been In
Richmond for a week, has returned
to her home here, Deal has as her guest
Mrs John Cole, of Raleigh, x. c.
Mr. Simpson, of Norfolk, spent the
week-en,| with h,lN faintly, who arc
summering here.
Bean Wllcojs, of Petersburg, is visit?
ing at the home of c ,i. Faulkner.
Miss .Mary Hamilton, now of South
Boston, but form.-rly of this place, la
visiting Mrs. Laura Homes
Mrs. Henry Pfeiffer, of South Rich?
mond, who has been visiting her
mother. Mrs E, <; Dowllng, has re?
turned tu her home.
Miss Wood, of Chase City, Is spend?
ing some time here at the home of C.
Wallace Colenian.
Jack Shell, of Lawrehcevtlle, who
was a student at the University ??( Vlr'r
gln( nthe past session, spent the lat?
ter part of the week here visiting P.
> I*. Homes
William Wright, of Norfolk, spent
Saturday and Sunday In town visiting
friends.
Ilou. S. P. Read, of intimer Springs,
Mecklenburg county, spent several
daya in town this week
Mr Grubb, of Chester, Pa., spent sov
eral days hero the first of tho week
visiting friends
mm A??> Willlainaop. charmingly
entertained the young worrwen of tho
Current Event? Clulv on Tuesday after?
noon. Miss Williamson received her
guests on tho porch, and the progres?
sive game of forty-two was played.
Delightful chocolate cream and cako
was served. The guests of tho cl,ub
were Mesdame, Alice Pinch; William
Brvson. Eddie Toone and Missus Vira
Paulott, Lucy Dee Fitzgerald, Lillian
Moore nnd Mary Wood.
Mrs. Walter Clnrk. of Richmond , 13
visiting her parents. Judge and Mrs.
\V. E Homes.
On Friday evening the young men
of the town gave, a very enjoyable
nance to the home girls and their
visitors. There were twenty couplea
dancing. Lemonade wbb served be?
tween da?nces. The music was fur?
nished bv Misses Lucy Homes nnd
Ethel Williams.
Homes Harrison, of La Crosse, Is
here surveying and Improving the
roads nrouiid Boydton. Mr. Harrison
when quite a young man made h'3
home here, and still has n great many'
warm friends, who are glad to have
hint In their midst again.
Miss Hattle Boyd Homes, who has
been attending the summer normal
school In Harrisonburg, Va., has re?
turned to her home here. Mlss Homes
also visited friends in Staunt?n while,
away.
Miss Lulle Bnskervill is visiting
Miss Mary Plummer Mellwalne In Pe?
tersburg. ?
Mls^ Ethel Williams will leave, this
week for Watrenton, N*. C. where she
will visit her brother, C. N. Williams,
Jr.
Mrs. B, R farter, of Lynchburg,
who. with her children, has been vis?
iting her parents here, Mr. and Mrs
C. N. Williams, Sr.. returne?! to her
home Tuesday. Rev. E. R. Carter
spent n week here with his family,
hut left for Lynchburg on Friday in
time to hold services at Orace Epls
copal Church, In that city, on Sunday
last.
Miss Alice Cole, of Raleigh, N. C,
daughter of Rev. John Cole, is visiting
Miss Kitty Homes.
Miss Ijucy Brvson. who has heen
visiting friendp and relatives in Chase
City for the past several weeks, re>
turned to her homo hero on Tuesday.
Malvern Hill Social News
[Special to The Tlmes-Dispatch.l
Malvern Hill. Va.. August 5.?Miss
Attala Walker, of "The Olenns," has
returned from Harrisonburg, where
she attended the summer session of
the normal school.
J. II Christian, of Providence Forge,
spent Wednesday in Richmond.
Allan Johnson, of Shirley, has re?
turned from a visit to Virginia Reach.
Misses Lavlnln and Clnlbourne Car?
ter, of "Thi' Mill.*' spent Wednesday
in Richmond.
Miss Emily Harrison, who has been
visiting friends at Newport. R I . New
Yolk and Long Island for tho past
Bis weeks, returned to her home. "Bay
View." on Friday.
Decntur Mayo, of Sturgeon Point,
has returned from n visit of several
days tii his father in Norfolk.
Mis S. A Clark and daughters
Misses Margaret s ami Betty, is at
lo-r home. "Hardens." after spending
two weeks with friends in Richmond.
Mrs Louis Christian and children
nnd Mrs. John R. Waddtll have re?
turned to their respective homes from
a week's rip to Buckrbe Beach.
Miss Agnes Douthat, of "Weyanoke,"
Is the guest of her sister. Mrs H. D.
Tyler, at Wlltoughby Beach.
Mrs. T. Cordon Strachan. who has
been visiting her brother, Judge T. C.
Willcox. in Norfolk, has returned to
her home. ' Bel Air."
Mrs William T. Johnson has return?
ed from a week's visit to friends in
Richmond
Miss Bessie Rathlne, who has been
In the Virginia Hospital for the past
week, returned t<t her home Wednes?
day, nr. Edward Mcdulre had to re?
move one joint from the little ringer ot
Miss Rathlne's right hand, due to o
severe bone felon,
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