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High School at Buckingham
,_and Graduating Class 1912
Hcnrilnc front left to rlBl'<: llnlllr P. IIn?kinn. Frnnk M. Garnett, Knnnte G.
Haaklna, Bomn I,. Garnett, Pcy (on H. Mo??, I.onlaa A. Morrlaa.
especial lo TheTimes-Dispatch.]
Buckingham. Va., May 25.?Tho Buck
Ir.ffVi.iri High School lias closed an un?
usually successful sesslun, and In the
high school djpartment Professor U. H.
Brown, of Pulaskl, has been re-elected
for the next term, as has also Miss S
B. Bondurant. The teachers in the pri?
mary and grammar grades have not yet
been el.-cted. This high school Is
strictly a county school, and pupils
from any or all of the districts in the
county can come here.
This school has been in operation for
Shout nine years, and before the build
Ing -was erected there had usually boon
a one-room school, which was taught
by one teacher for a term of live
months, on a salnry of $-?*> a month.
Now there is aji eight months' session,
and the teachers' salaries aggregate
about ll.fiOll a session. The graduates
! find ready employment as teachers In
'their home county and do goo I work.
I Those who have served as principals
of the Buckingham High School are
Professors William P. Kills, K. Peabody
Dahl, Howard .Jeffries, II. Blankenihip,
O, 1". Morgan. 11. II. Brown and Profcs
I sor Wood.
gpi rlal Tr> The Tlmos-Pispntrh 1
"West Point. Vfl., May 26.?The re?
vival services now in progress at the
Baptist Church, in which Rev. VY. C.
James, l>. D., pastor of drove Avenue
Baptist Chium. ot Richmond, 's as?
sisting H?r' pastor, Rev. Kdwln A.
Harris, are ol great interest. There
aic two scrv'ces each day.
Mis. VY. .1. Marshall c?vo an entt
tninincnt in her beautiful homo
honor of the graduating class of the
High School. Her .-on Jack being
among the number. There are eight
In the graduating class, as follows:
Misses Alma Cook, Pauline Oarrett,
Lcllc McCnnna, Kathleen Bland. Flo
liii' Henderson, Jack Marshall. Wil?
liam (jury and Dabncy Hardy, bfl
Chase City. ?ireat oreparations arc
making for the commencement next
Week 1'i ofessor Anderson., of R'ch- |
mond College, is booked for the com-]
mencemenl address. There will bei
clas? d,-iy exercises, essays and all the
things pertaining to the happy occa?
Mr, and Mis. P. I,. Jones, of New
Volk, und little daughter are V'aitlhK
in West point. Mrs. Jones Is the sis?
ter of Crosby Thompson, president
of the i >ld Dominion Industrial Com?
Miss Maud laps'-omb, nf upper K'nu
"WilllHni. is the guelt of Mrs. Kmma
ltoy Spencer.
Miss Mary; Hardy, of chase City,
W>.o has pRld "nuke an extended visit
to Mrs. TtotfSrf C. Card en, has return?
ed to her home'.
Miss Jessie Denmead will leave the
first of June to spend the summer
with her sister. Mrs. i:larrt Williams,
a: Colonial Beach.
Mrs. lt. w Hcfferfon Will leave
Vest Point op Tuesday, to spend 'he
summer with relatives In Wirrcnton.
Miss Victoria Lewis, who is con?
valescing from such a serious illness
at the Itandolph-Macon Woman's Col
lege, Lynehburg, will be ahie to re?
turn to her home here in about ten
days. ILi- mother, Mrs. Herbert 1.
Lew:?. Is slill with her.
Mrs. R. w. Eubank win be the
puesi of her sister. Mrs. Thns. I'. Bag
by. the coming week.
Mrs.. Pollard, from Port Norfolk. Is
Visiting her sister, Mis. W. C. Nunn.
and will return to her home on Fri?
Harry Anderson, an old resident of
"Wcsl Point, now of Norfolk, arrived
On Friday evening to ?v^ompany bis
another, Mis. Mollle Anderson, back
to her home on the York niil r steam?
er to-day. Mrs. Anderson ?prrit the
j>ast two weeks w th Mrs. J. Wclford
The Paitnted Tin Foi
[ ICans in which Gooc
Luck Baking Powder is
packed prevent deterioration
"Good Luck" could not be sole
regularly in solid carload lota if i
did not fully retain its
High Leavening Power.
At your grocer's.
The Southern
! Richmond. Va
(Special 1" The Times- Dispatch.]
Arvonia, Va., May 25.?Miss Winnie;
Almeda nits left on Friday of this;
weck for Staunton. whore she goes to i
attend the commencement of her I
alma malcr. Mary Baldwin Seminary. I
From there she will go to Mount
Sidney, to visit Miss Minnie Newman
Bell, and later ihe will visit M'-kh!
Elisabeth Wallace, at. Mint Springs, ]
Augusta county.
Dr. .lohn Hoheit Bajrhy, ?f Ore
Bank, and venerable cx-Sher'ft Wll
Ham Williams, of Diana Mills, five
miles west of Arvonia, left for Nor?
folk on Wednesday, where they went
to attend tho State Democratic Con?
vention. They returned on Saturday.
Miss Margaret pierce left this week
for Powhatan county, where she will
I remain for some time, attending, next
i week, the commencement of the Pow?
hatan Institute. She will he the guest
of tier sister, Mrs. .lames Allen Jeter,
of ?Hllsville.
Mrs. .lohn W. Pierce, formerly Miss
Den n qj; a Potts, t.f Powhatan county,
spent tho week attending the com?
mencement of her alma mater, Pow
hatjJn Institute.
M*rs. Plummer F. Jones, w'th her
infant son. Plummer F. Jones, Jr.,
visited relatives in Scottsvllle this
Week, returning here on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. ft. Dindsay Stone spent
la.-t Sunday visiting friends and tola-'
lives mar Stcarnes, in Fluvanna
i ounty.
Mrs. Cunningham, of Fsmont. Albe
marie county, Is spending some time
with Mrs. Diehard D. Jones, at her
home here.
II. Murray White, of Plllwvn. vis-1
Itcd Richmond this week, returning'
I to Ills home on Wednesday.
I T!ey. Plummer V. Jones was a vlsi
! tor in Dlllwyn this week in fonnco
I tlon with educational work. Efforts
I are now being made to establish .1
new high school at that prosperous
new town.
Reuben lludgens. of" near New Can?
ton, spent several days in Richmond
last week
Juck Kley and R. D. Baker, both of
Richmond, were visitors here early
this w . ek.
William KliiB, Jr. of Dynchburg,
spent several days here this week.
(Special to Tho Times -1 'Ispateh. 1
Fnrmvllle, Va., Ma>' 25.?.1. E. Sm'th
and wife, of Norfolk, were recent vis
. ilors in Fai mvlljc.
Curds have been received in Farm
viiie. announcing the approaching
marriage of Jacqueline, daughter of
Hev. William War., formerly the rec
tor. of Johns Memorial Church, 1'arm
Vllle, lo Severn Marcellus Nottingham,
the ceremony to take place at 81
Stephen's Church, Culpeper county,
June 12.
Miss Falls, of the Normal HctiOOl
faculty, entertained a number of her
friends one evening this week In an
informal, but charming manner.
Rev. Andrew Allan D. D. pastor
elect or the Presbyterian Church, will i
occupy his new pulpit to-morrow
morning and cvertteig.
Mis GeO. Richard!*'.!! has been a
re. . i.i guest of her daughter, w ho Is
teaching school In Roanoke
Mrs Ft, S. Robertson, of Blarkstone.
is visiting relatives In Farmvile.
Mrs. Tu. ker c. Johnson Is visiting
tier Fleier In Richmond.
I Joe Miller, of Danville, who Is a
native of FarmvUie. paid a short
1 visit to his brother. R. D. Miller, dur?
ing this week.
Miss Nellie Barber sailed this -.vce!<
I from (New York for Knglnnd, and
while there she will visit mnnv parts
I ot Europe, She was accompanied lo
New York by her "erotlter, Wright
I Rev. John Davis, of Tuscaloosa,
, Ala. will occupy his old pulpit ut
I Guinea Church on the first Hunuay
I In June.
I Mrs. ,T. A. Davidson has returned
1 from I'.lr'nrr.ond. where she hart a de?
lightful visit to relatives.
Miss Juli? Hundley, daughter ot
Judge GeO, J- Hundley, Is at I'.nr.u:
from her school.
Miss Celeste rtlchnrilenn ban return,
rd from Red Hprlnu?, N, 0,< whine ah'?
had been inking a special course In
Roger B. Warren, of Richmond, was
a visitor to Fnrmvllle friends during
the weak.
Colonel Rohort Kerlln, ((f v, M, I ,
gave an Interesting lecture, accom?
panied with etereyiptleon views, tit
the Normal School Monday night.
, Hon. 8. W, William?, Atlorn??'
NO. 9
Value Ever Offered
National Flag 4x8
inches, 10 foot Pole
with Rope and Iron
Socket, . . -Q?p
complete . .
As a special feature for Decoration
Day we arc ofs'i ring this Flag, with
pole, rope and socket, at the excep?
tionally low priie of 98c. Any one
of these three artii lc> would ordinarily
cost double what we are charging for
the entire outfit. Only a limited
supply on hand?conic early if you
want them.
For Summer Cooking
New Method
Gas Ranges
have no equal. Will not heat up the
home, and enable you to cook without
discomfort. No fuel to carry?no
ashes to take on: and no dust to clean
up. More and better improvements
than others. Will positively save 25
per cent, on gas bills. Don't even
consider the purchase of a gas range
until you have seen the New Method.
Sold here exrlusivelv?demonstrated
Furniture for the June Bride [
Bed Room Suites
The prospective June Bride is thinking seriously now of a
home of her own. Every one has ideas of their own as to the
making of a home?ideas as to the furnishings of each room which
will make for beauty and comfort. Let us help you realize those
ideas?from among our splendid assortment you will be sure to
find just the furniture for which you have been looking.
Our stock of Bedroom Suites
is especially attractive. One
among the many styles is that
illustrated?the "Colonial." The
graceful curves and almost se?
vere simplicity of this style lend
to it an air of quiet dignity and
Made of Mahogany and also
of Circassian Walnut.
Other Styles of Varous Pe?
riods, in Many Finishes.
The cost of food wasted in warm weather through
lack of proper mean-, to keep it sweet and wholesome
often greatly exceed-- the cost of a "Gibson." Gibson
Refrigerators arc si icntitically constructed with a series
of air vents connecting with the ice chamber. Through
thc.-c a constant circulation of <old, dry air is main,
taincd, Meeting a great saving in ice consumption and
affording the greatest amount of refrigeration.
Special Family Size, equipped with sanitary por
elain-lincd water cooler, reduced for the coming week.
Water dors not ionic in contact with the ice, and is
drawn instantly without disturbing the interior through
a convenient spigot in front.
Cool Floor Coverings for Summer
Who h.i* not realized the. coolness and comfort of the various fibre floor coverings. They
arc far superior for summer ti?e to the heavy cloth rugs and carpets which in themselves not
only consey the idea of heat, but which actually do add to the heat of the home. We have
a splendid assortment of summer floor coverings, of which the following are a few of the
special offerings for the coming week.
9x12 Crex Rug $7.50. 9x12 Bungalow Wool and Fibre Rug$8.95
Special reductions on China and Japan Matting, IN ROLLS.
China Matting ?roll of 40 yards?regular 40c grade?now, per roll.$10.50
China Matting?roll r.f 40 yards?regular 35c grade?now, per roll.$9.50
( hina Matting?roll of 40 yards?regular 30c grade?now, per roll. $8.00
China Matting?roll of 40 yards?regular 25c grade?now, per roll. $6.50
Japan Matting?roll of 4'i yards?regular 40c grade?now. per roll.$10.50
i japan Matting?roll of 40 yards?regular 35c grade?now, per roll. $9.50
All Floor Coverings Laid Free of Charge.
Your Credit is Good
with us. If you do not feel in a position to pay
cash, a small deposit will secure any article,
and the time and amount of the balance of pay?
ments may be arranged to suit your conveni
Interstate Advertising servi
Save Money Here
You can save money by purchasing fur?
nishings for the home at our store. The special
reductions for the coming week which are listed
above give some idea of the exceptional values
to be had. There arc many more of which space
does not allow us to mention.
General of the stair, has consented
io address the Confederate veterans
??Ii ?iie 31st. cm the occasion of the
annual reunion.
[Special to The Times- Dispatch, I !
Wythevlllc, Va? May 25.?There was!
a la rue attendance at the closing
exercises of the Wyth?vlllc High
School ai the Opera House on Tues?
day eve ii tug. The exorcises were
opened with prayer by itov. F. II.
Crnlghill, followed by a fine address
on "Character," by Rev. M. P. Car-1
rlCO. Diplomas wi re presented by I
Professor .1. A. ?' Hurt to Misses I
Angela lllhhoney, Margaret Blessing. I
Virginia Brown, Norms lloback, Lucio
Richardson and Virginia 11 ohnkcr.
The medals Riven by the Daughters
of Hie American Revolution for the
highest grade during the session on
American history were won by Misses
.l. an vVidmeycr and Norman lloback. I
The medal from the Daughters "f the'
Confederacy for the best paper on thol
hlstor} of the Confederacy was award-!
ed to Miss Helen Diaper. The exer?
cises rinsed with an Interesting play.'
"The Adventures of a college Bride."
Mrs. Prank Ifoighlcy and children
have returned from a visit to Judge
.nid Mrs. Shnph y, of Philadelphia. i
Miss Klenndr Terry has returned.!
after spending some time m HalifaxI
and visiting friends in Dynehoiirg. I
Miss Nell Savors is at home, after a
protracted visit with friends in Tus
' "ii. Arizona.
Miss KalUe Goodwin, who has been
the guest of Rev. and Mrs. It. A. j
Gi.odv.iu. oi Richmond, has returned;
Miss Kite Green Is at home, after:
having spent Hie winter with friends
in Florida. Miss Green attended the;
Confederate Reunion In Macon, Ga.,
where she was sponsor for the Sonsj
of Veterans from Virginia.
Mr. T. P. Barels) is visiting Thomas
Bsrcla> in Baltimore,
Mis Rdwel, "f New York; Mr. Her?
ber, of Norfolk. Judge and M/S. W. R.
Staples. i.:,,i Mis. Masstc and children,
of Roanoke. arc the guests of Mis.-,
ilanle Glbboney.
I Specif,] to The Times-Dispatch.]
Winchester. Vs., May 25.?The offl
eers of the Virginia Infantry organl
! gallons, who have been holding their
I annual school of Instruction In Win?
chester during the past week, and
the t'nlted Stat-'s Arm\ officers, who
; hnve been coaching them In their
! various duties, were the guests of
j honor at n largo dance given on Wed
i ncsday evening In the hnUroom hi
the Winchester Inn. A full orchestra
rendered h. attractive musleni pro?
gram, and riurln? the evening refresh?
ment" Were served,
Fairfax Hail, this nlty, wan the
scene of n very iirntty marriage a
few days ago, when Miss Mattla
Amelia Bovrars, dauHhu.i' ol Mr and
Mrs. l'. N, Rowers, bucnnia Ihn bride
of Albert jnromn Daii.u, of Papon
llrldtfe, W, Va,, the ceremony being
performed by Rev, T. K, Crmnnr, par.
tor of replenarv Reformed Chliron
> The young couplo left (or Fort Laud.
er.law . Fla. where Mr. Oates I? en?
gaged in business.
air. an? Mrs. William E. Cooper
have returned from a stay of some
lime it Old Point Comfort.
Misses Virginia and Douglnss Ful-j
lor have returned from a visit to
f i lend.- in Baltimore.
Mrs. .lohn C. VanFossen has re?
turned from a visit to her sister, Mis.
Tapscott, in Clarke county.
Miss Car, [{andolph Jones has qone
f. Long Island for the balance ot tho
Luden f.'arr, Third, has returned to
the University of Virginia, after I
spending a week at the home of his
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. I.uclcn Carr. |
Miss Lclnh Sh'ill is spending several1
we.-Ks with friends in Washington and;
Mount Rani? i. Md.
Mrs. John H Hoffman, of ^ il-!
mlngton, Del., visiting her mother,!
Mrs. Virginia Nulton.
Miss Daisy it. lie Mowers is visiting
her hrother-ln law ami sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Lorenzo Price, at Lemolno, Pa.
Mrs. II. Cla; Krcba has gone on ??
visit to friend at Mount Jackson.
Miss Virg i Snod grass, of Mar-1
tlnshurg, IV. V'a., has been visiting I
relatives and friends In Winchester,
a ml cia rk< i otinty.
Mr. and Mi \v. II. Bosserm.m and
so,, have been visiting friends In]
Staunton. Va., this week.
Mrs. Mai tewarl has gone to i
Smyrna, I"!. ,,(ier visiting at the,
home "? .Mi. .Mil Mis. Robert T. Bar?
Mr. and Mi . -iiarlos ?.. BOWly, who;
hn\?- "he..i t. ::<iing some time in'
Baltimore, ar. now with the latter a
mother. Mrs Annie P.. Hack, who this'
week reopeni i her home, ?'Willow1
lawn," on tin valley Pike, for the,
Bummer frnfors. . I
Dr. and Mi \ n irankel and Mips,
Virginia Henkel, of Winchester, nndj
Mist Marths Henkel, of New Market.'
ha\e i. \ ting relatives In warn-.
Ington tills ^,ek.
Frank u Heaillcy, of Baltimore, has
heen vlslilni the home of Mr. and,
.\lj >. r,eoi ^, Kurtz. . ,
Mrs. Krank lones, of Petaluma. Cal?
ls visiting M and Mis. Robert S.
6mlI h, near town.
Re' and M lames Oray McAllis?
ter Bud hlldren of Louisville. Ky..
have iftken ? hotiae here for the sum?
me,. Mrs Mr \l1lster Is n daughter of
Mr and Ml I. W. Russell, and Dr.
The Master Cure for
?sed by Rpcrijiist, a,,a fcnown sines 1801 ss
mcotioieiriil rotdlclaa for deep-si>at?d and ?p
parcntlj Dopals? eases. Asafo. apocdy and satis?
factory trcMc.put. lion't waste Umo with com
P??"r'rt"'??".'?? ?Iii and liniments. Insist on bar.
idr aiuuer, Famous I'reacrlptlon and succeii.
Cur?? Khsumsllsm and Gout
any aga or condition.
AtDmgglits, 75c. BctUs. Booklet msllsd free.
I wm. h} main, ig.mMlh> >'*Wto*Jt. J
McAllister is a member of the faeul-j
ly of 'the Presbyterian Theological I
Seminary at Louisville.
Professor Mithin w. Swnrtx has re?
turned to Millsaps University, at
Jacksonville, Miss., after spending
home time here with relatives.
Mrs. II. A. Bishop, who has been
visiting relatives here, has returned
to YY; the vi lb-. Va.
V. M. \. NOTES
I .Special to The Tlntes-Dlspstch 1 I
Lexington. \'s.. May 25.?General,
Nichols has returned to Lexington, af?
ter a very pleasant trip to New York.
While their he niH'ie an address he
fore the New York Alumni Association
at Delmonlco'a on May if>.
Colonel Keiiin, head Of the depart-!
mom of English at the Institute, spent
several days of last week in Fnrm
Vllle, where he delivered an illus- !
tratcd lecture en the Passion Play'
before the Normal School.
Captain Anderson has returned, af?
ter a short visit to Norfolk.
Among the officers who encamped at
Winchester during the past week
there were a number of V, M. 1. men:;
E. I j. Slaughter, '87, major of the Sec?
ond Infantry: .1. B Pe-v'erley. '79, cap?
tain Company ('. Second Infantry, c
B Coulhourn, '10, captain Company i'.
First Infantry; If. F. Mecrcedy, 'art,
captain Second infantry: .lames Mc
Graw, Jr.. "95, first lieutenant Com-'
pany A. P.. L I.. Robert Conrad. '05. j
first lieutenant aide-camp General!
Vaughnn; Prank C. Brooke. second
lieutenant company c. Second Infan?
try; M. 1". Edwards, '07, captain adju-l
lain V. M. I.
(Special to The Times-Dispa t.-h. ]
Houston. Vs., May ?"The Tov
shop," an operetta, was presented at
the courthouse on Tuesdav evening
by Mrs. James S. Easiey. Miss Elisa?
beth Bouldln and Miss Sadie l.elgh. the
east being made up of the young
amateurs of Houston.
Henry Leigh, of Danville, spent
Sunday as the guest of Mrs. Tom
M. B. Booker and Gran Crnddoek,
R, Holt Easiey and James s. Easiey
left op Wednesday morning for Nor?
folk to attend as delegates from Hali?
fax county the State Democratic Con?
vent ion.
Miss Rebecca Leigh, who for the
past session has. been teaching mar
Klchmi nd. arrived oil Friday after?
Mrs. F. E. Booker and Miss I.tila
Edmondson. who for tho pnsl fort?
night have been the guesta of j, B.
Chnslaln In Baltimore, are expected
homo on Friday afternoon.
Mrs. J. E. EdTWUtids. wlio has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Ed?
munds,'- returned to ? Lynchburg on
Tuesday- morning".
Mrs. Bartlctt. of San Francisco, Cal.,
who has been the j.uev. of Captain
and Mrs. M. French, lefr during the
week for her home.
The closing exercises of the Houston
High School took place Wednesday
morning. The exercises wer? hoid in
the first grado room, which wos taste?
fully decorated with flower.t and
, jineB^jrho progran^ was. opened .with
prayer by Row Mr. Miynard, follow-1
In? which wer? recitations by the
i uplls of Uic various grades.
The exercises were closed with an|
appropriate sadress hy J. Easiey Ed?
munds, who as principal has done .-.o
much for Ine scnool Improvement in
tin two last session'.
Mr. ami Mrs. u. 11. Ilarksdale. Jr..
of Lynch burg, and C. C. Ilarksdale
spent Sunday with Judge, and Mrs.
\.. R. Barksdaie.
John Powell, who has rcoontly filled|
rjtgagc im in.ii Richmond and Danville, I
and who, through his Playing, delight-1
itilly entcrtulnod friends of liuu?inn
and South Boston on an afternoon!
during the week ,>ast, has returned
to Houston for a visit lo Mrs. Tom
.Miss Los Faulkner, who for several
months his been visiting Mr. and Mri.
.loo Fcrrcll, ol Raleigh, N. C., has ic
t u rued.
[Special to The. Tim-.-Dispatch !
Waverly, Va.. May -Mr? John F.
May has returned home after spending
s.v.Tal days in Richmond.
Miss Beatrice Moss, < t Booker, who
Lat, been visiting Mre. Bettle Cnappell,
? ii Copperhaunk Avenue', left for her
home yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Johnson spent
yestcrds) in .Norfolk.
Mrs. Helen N. Inge, of Kenbridge, j
V liu has been the guest of her brother.
George A. Harrison, on Main Street,
returned to her home yesterday.
Mrs. L. L. .Shipp. Mrs. C. E. Smith
and Mls.s Myrtle Harrison spent Wed?
nesday In Petersburg.
Miss Bessie Ford, of Savedge. is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. \V. Cheatum on |
Main Street.
F, A. Thompson, of Norfolk, vlslto.1
friends In Waverly last Sunday.
George p. Arnold has closed his
sc hool at Hesthsvllle, and spent eev-i
eral da>s In Waverly this week, leav?
ing later for Wllliamshhrg.
Misses Grace Little. Kstelle Fitchetto]
and Marie Fltchotte, who have been I
teaching school .In Prlnre George;
county, and Miss Ida Deidrlch, who has'
l.e-en teaching In Fairfax county, have:
returned t.? their homes in Waverly
101" their summer vacation.
Mrs. Eugene Wells, of Petersburg, u
Visiting her daughter, Mrs. p. M. KID
marin, on West Main street.
Miss Kate Cobli. of Littleton, le
spending several days in the home of
Mrs. B. E. Cohn, on Mal:i Street.
John 11. Harris, farm demonstra?
ted1 for Sussex county, was in Waver?
ly to-day.
Mrs. W. F. Dunnaway, Jr., and son,
Wnyland, after spending two mouths in
the homo of her father, Dr. John F.
May, on -Main Street, It ft Monday last
lor their home in Becklcy, W. Va.
P. Fleetwood ?ind R. W. Chappell
hove returned home after a ten days'
visit to friends In Georgia.
Mm. Hunter. Cliapp-ejl, Of Petersburg,
ib visiting In the. home of Mrs. Lucy A,
Chappell on F.ast Main Street.
Jlon. Thomas H. Honerton and Col.
or;el Robert W. Arnold, returned to?
day from Norfolk, where they at?
tended the .State Democratic Convene
V. L. Arnold, of Courtliind, spent ;ev4
rral days In Waverly tnls week.
Judge J. F. West returned home to?
day from l'rlnce George Courthouse,
where he held the regular term oi
Prince George Circuit Court.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.J
Wilmington. N. C, May 25.?Tha
most elaborate event of trie week in
a social way was the L'Oth of May
eel* brsi jon of the Wilmington Light
Infantry. It was an all-day observ?
ance nt WrlghtsvHlo Beach, cupped
at night by a big ball at Lumina. Dur?
ing the afternoon the company's year?
ly competitive shoot was held. Pri?
vates D. I.orinc. O. Pillyaw and Loais
Orrell tied for first place, -ml at tho
shoot-off of the tie Private Orrcii
won. and received the handsome Com*
pany medal. Before the evening danca
the company's competitive drill was
held op tlie floor of Lumina, and tha
silver loving cup was won by Richard
H. Grant, tne presentation fpcfu\\ be?
ing made by First Lieutenant Raul L.
Cant well.
The Christian Endeavor Society of
the First Presbyterian Church held a
delightful social meeting this week,
which was featured by a fine muslcale,
and during intermissions delicious re?
freshments were served.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Dreher anrt Mr.
and Mrs. L. Clayton Grant returned,
this week from Macon, Ga . where. Dr.
Dreher and Mr. Grant participated In
the Southern handicap shoot at Macon.
The former scored 89 and the latter
f2 out of a possible hundred. Tha
best record was 01.
Invitations were Issued this week to
the marriage of Miss Moii'e Eltzaboto.
Marls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sld
nev Hnris. of Cumberland county,
Virginia, and Luther Leland Nash, of
this city. The wedding will ha cele?
brated nt Stodderf Chapel, county of
Cumberland, Wednesday afternoon,
.lune 5. Thev will be at home in Wil?
mington at 310 South Second Street
after June in.
Captain and Mrs. Hay wool Clark
have announced, the approaching wed?
ding of their daughter. Miss Mary
trimmer Clark, to George Gllleit
Thomas. Jr., daughter of Dr. George
Gillette Thomas, chief Furgeon of the
Atlantic Const Line. The affair will
take place in this city nt St. James'a
Episcopal Church Thursday afternoon,
June ?. Both contracting parties are
prominent young society leaders of
W limlngton._
Wedding Invitations and Stationery foe'
all special occasions. Samples on r?r>
Bell Book and Stationery CompaqM
?U Eaat Maiau

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