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j [Special to The Times-Dispatch. I
Highland Srlngs, Vn., .lime 29.?The
Sawn parly given Thursday and Fri?
day night* by Misses Brccilo Beadles.
(Madge Plxon and Bcsslo Bendles for
,the benefit <>f tho Highland Springs
(church building fund, wns In every
Way n pronounced suc< ess,
! Mre. R, G. Moore and three children.
Mures Elva und Marie, and Master
George Moore, left Thursday morning
for Buffalo, K. V? from which place
?they will also visit In Detroit and
Jl-'llnt, Michigan. Arthur Spears als"
left with them for the North.
The Rev. It. \V. Savage Is back in
the village, after an extended visit
to friends In the North.
M. C. Stralth, who was successfully
operated on several woeKs ago >n a
Jtlehmond hospital, is now entirely
Revival services in the Methodist
Episcopal Church will begin Sunday
morning at l l o'clock, and will con?
tinue through th< ween each night
until Fridas night. The Rev. II. P.
Meyers, of Couitland. Will assist the
pastor, the Rt>V, c. O. BlantOtl, during
these protracted services.
The Rev. Joseph M. SeatOn will
prea? h Iiis closing sermon in "the
Unitarian Chapel Sunday morning at
11 o'clock, and his subject will be "A
Question to He Answered." Mr." Sea
ton win spend the first part of his
vacation in the country near Cleve?
land, u
Mrs. Emma D. Storcr, accompanied
b> Miss Villa and Master Dudley Col
I ins, were entortulned during the past
week at til-- Jefferson Hotel by Mr.
and Mr- Adelbert Kllburti, of Spring?
field, Mass. :
Captain J. Bcaueuuhip and wife left
Highland Springs last week for a 1
visit ot ten 01 twelve days In New
York CltyJ Cnptaln Hopkins is spend?
ing several days in the village with
. his wife. who is a daughter of Captain
"Children's Day" will be observed
Sunday attcrnooii nt New Bridge Hup
tist QhUrch. A very attractive pro?
gram has been arranged for this oc?
Miss Emily Johnson, of Washington,
D. C. Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Percy
s. Head, at "Rcddydalc," near the post
A delightful surprise party was
given t" Miss I.ettie l.cftwlch at "Lib?
erty Hall." tho home of iu r pnronts,
on June 22, In honor of her birthday.
Dancing was the chief feature of the
evening's pleasure. Delicious refresh?
ments wer. served at lali" o'clock, al?
ter which dancing was resumed. Those
present were Misses Carrie ami Hertha
Adams. Ola Houston. Gertie and Lena
Kramer, Myrtle llcttelbach, Anno
Marie Haley, Grace Miibr. Thcltna
Hughes, Hall!- and I.ettie Leftwich;
Mesdatnes T, c Cridlln, N. F. Norvcll,
Etta Hughes, Ii. S. Leftwich; Messrs.
Finest Dickinson, Tom Usncrwood, :
Frank Dlsse, Earl McEwen, Hugo and!
Bernard Kramer, Kay Welsh. CMC
Adams, labile llechler, Arthur Cray. I
Charles Hoisten. OZ7.lc Taylor Albert;
Brascll, Garlund Glasco. Conway and I
N. F. Norvell. II. s. Leftwich, T. G. |
Crtdllh, ami Masters Harry Leftwich
and Rylnnd Norvell.
[Special to Tne Times-Dispatch.]
Heathsville, Va., June 29,Mrs, M. l.eo
Starke, who has been visiting at 1 he
home of C. Harding Walker, has re?
turned to her home in Brooklyn. N.
V. Miss Marie Walker accompanied
her, and later the> Will Spend somo
time in Saratoga.
Rev. and Mrs. Carson have had Mrs.
CArson's two sisters as visitors re?
Randolph Stlth Blent and bride
returned to "Cottage Hons..' where
they w'll be for the remainder of tho
Chas. E. Strrllng- and family uro
Spending some days in l.cnnardtown.
From iin r. they will go to St. Imivas,
Later Mr. Sterling will no to New
York, Richmond and other points.
Professor II. Mason Brent visited
friends at Rehobolh Church recently.
Virgil Carson is in Richmond. From
there he will go to Albcmarlo.
Mrs. Leonard and Miss Todd Motley
were recnt guests of Mrs. R. B.
Book or
Julian Eubank, of Baltimore. is
spending some time with his lather,
Giles F. Eubanw, in Heathsville.
Mrs. M. T. ilarinr und son, Robert,
are visiting friends In Norfolk.
Mrs. Susan Edmunds and Mrs. .lohn
T. Klnran have returned to their
home In Baltimore, after a pleasure
visit to the home of S. Cowan.
Mis. Klrkc, of Lancaster count)', and
Mr. aixl mis. Hurst, of Baltimore, were
recent guests in the home of R. I*
Downing, In Cherry Point.
M'lcs JAUeyr<8sn Hnzzard was ro
n litly a guest of hoi sister. Mrs. Harry
I Basque, in Cherry Point.
I 'I', r.-irrln and daughters, Mrs. fjim
i i? I and Mis. Moonittn, are home
Miss susle Traver's, of Co warts,, .was
u recent visitor 'bf Miss Allcu B<chcl
b< rger.
Miss Elisabeth Anderson spent tho
Week-end with her sister. ...rs. Clinton
Eugene I'alliu and 12. M. Rains were
recently In Baltimore.
Professor H. Mason Prent ha : re
Blgued his position in Rundolph-Maeon
Academy at Bedford cit>. and has ac?
cepted tiie Position as supervising
principal of one of the schoo's in
ProfeSgOr .1. Harper Brent will re?
turn to Barton Heights School the
ctisulr. tTesslbu, where he holds the
position Ql supervising principal. Hutu
of these young .u ? III leav e shortly
for Columbia University, New Vork,
for the Summer session.
rh. Misses Xclma entertained the
. past week in honor of tnelr guests,
I Misses lllsscy ami O'Ncalo, <>f Bnltl
I more. Among those present tveri
I Mlss. s Mary ami Hllnrz-ardc Itaney,
Uenovlcvc and Margaret Smith, Marie
Walker, Leah Klee. Elisabeth Audci
|soii and DoswcU Shirley. Kstellc Betts,
Louise Blundow an.I Kathryii Rice;
i Messrs. busk, I'ouu.tt. Tom and Wll
? Hum Prent. Hr. Kred. D, Print, and
1 Professor J. ?larper Prent.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch,!
Sllflolk. Va.. June S9i?The Thirteen
Cluh entertained at n chanting dance
ai she armory Thursday .light.
Mrs. a. B Cramer and children ieft
this week for their cottage at Wll
l?ughby Beach for the siihimer,
Mrs. Howard Bowen and children, of
Washington, N C, arc guests of Mrs.
T II. BlrdsOng on Pinner Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marston
ami Miss Anno Marston. of New York
City, have concluded a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. P. II. Hayes at Ivy Lodge.
<.;. v. Nurncy, Jr.; left to-day for
Philadelphia lie win sail Saturday
morning tor Germany, und will visit
several European eitles anil countries.
Mrs. Blnckwcll Stlth. of Elisabeth
City, N. C, is> the guest of Mrs. C. .1.
I tennis.
Miss Allle McGuIro has concluded a
delight ful visit to Ocean View, where
she was a guest at the Nansemond
Judge Poliert p. Prontls left yes
terdny to attend the marriage of Dr.
Robert Henning Webb and Miss
Blanche .Miller in Lisbon, O.
Wallace It, Kllby returned to-day
from Baltimore, Md., where lie ac?
companied his wife, who will he the
guest 61 her parents for a month.
Miss Elolso Crocker left to-day for
Franklin to be tile guest of Miss Willie
Theodore Myrlck will leave to-mor?
row to spend a week with Jeff Wtlg
ncr at Drivers.
Miss Bruce Veil Ines, of isle ,,r
Wight county. Is the guest of Mrs. R.
L. Brewer.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Smith. Mrs. Iler
berl Harden. Miss Mary Judith Smith,
Etta Morrison and Virginia Glnsebrook,
and Joe.Wlnstoad und George Artmnn
left to-day for a trip to Jamestown.
Miss BstClle llarrell, of Norfolk, is
the guest of Miss Llszlo Morgan.
Miss Marlha Dnrden his concluded
a visit to friends in Richmond.
Miss Luclic Dodson, of Nort.dk. who
is a guest In the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W, .1. Pcttit, was given a charming
surprise party lust night by the mem?
bers of the younger social set.
Miss Etna King entertained the
Morning Bridge Cltlb on her veranda
on Friday morning, refreshments being
served after the games. Miss Kath
nrlne Brothers won the first prize, silk
ho.se Those playing were Misses Vir?
ginia Jordan, Marie Woodward, Etta
Morrtason, Hallle Kllby. Mnry Judith
Smith, Martlia Jones. LcChllr King and
Katharine Brothers.
Ml. and Mrs C. C. Phillips, of Ferry
Point, and their guests, Mr mid Mrs
Gwuthlhey, of New York, arrived her?
Thursday afternoon on tho Phillips
yacht, and were entertained at the
homo of Mr. und Mrs. John King, They
were entertained at lunch Oil Friday
bj Mr. and Mrs. John Pinner Mr, and
Mrs. King and Mr. and .Mrs. Pinner re?
turned Friday afternoon with the
Phillips and their guests on the yacht,
and .".pent Friday evening mil Satur?
day at Kerry Point.
Mr. and Mrs.' it. J. Bowman are
guests o; Dr. and Mrs. II. W. Camp?
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Williams and
son, Wnrdsworth, of Portsmouth, have
concluded a visit to Mrs. J. W. Baker
In Hank Street.
Mrs. S. D. Itawlcs, of Newport News,
has concluded a visit to Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. S. D. Biles has returned from
a visit to friends in New Yolk. New
J, v and Washington. i>. C.
John W. Bison, W. ti. Elam and <'.
i.. L< v>i? returned to-day from the Bal?
timore convention.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Brookneal, Vs., Juno 29.?Judge
Frank Nelson, of Busti>urg. was here
on Tuesday.
Mrs. W. II. Llpscombe, Of Charlotte
Courthouse; visited friends here Wed?
Mrs. Addle Mason, of Naruna, was lit
Brookneal a while Wednesday morn?
Mrs. May Williams returned yester?
day from a visu to relatives near
Itev. 11. p. Henrn, of Uusthurg. spent
Thursday with the family of L, W.
Herbert Vadeii. of Elba, is visiting
I i b lids in town.
Miss Kdlth Sturgls, of MadiHonvllIc,
sp,m Tuesday with her sister. Mrs. J.
II Williams.
Miss Alisa Walthall Is ylsitlng rela?
tives in South Boston.
lt. B. Pringle, ol Lynchburg, is visit
Ing In tlie home of Mr. and Mis. Cubell
Miss Grade Bates returned from
Nathalie on Wednesday, where sho
had been visiting her nunt for some
Miss Lottie Bates spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Bales.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, of Vir?
ginia City, paid a visit to Mr. Wil?
son's daughters here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Anderson are
visiting In the home of Mrs. Anderson s
lather. W. A. Price.
Mis. Hiram Elder and daughter, Mrs.
Carrie Henderson, of tiatcreek, spent a
few days this week with Mrs. It. LI.
I Special 10 The Tlmes-Dlspfttch.]
Montvhlc, Va.i June 29.? Dr. and Mrs.
it H. Early ami daughter have return?
ed from Coiunibus. <>.. and had for
their guest this week Mrs. Llewcllen,
oi Esinont.
Miss Sadie Clarke is visiting her
nunt. Mrs. Wolburn, at Hoanoke.
Miss Hortcnse and Master James
Wells, of Lynchburg, nie the guests
of their grandmother. Mk"S. James
Dr. Epps Price, of Altavista. Is
spending this week with his parents.
1 >r. und Mrs. S. II. Price.
Misses Madeline and Gladys Cilliam.
<?f Buchanan, are guests of their
brother, R. A. Gllllam, at Hotel Mont
Miss Maude Hobbs. of Petersburg.
and Mrs. T. W. Woods, of Richmond,
are among the recent arrivals at Edge
' Mrs. C. c. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs
Robert Garrett. who attended the fu?
neral of Joseph Hill at Bedford, have
returned home.
Miss Allee Woods, of Waynesboro. Is
visiting nt the home of Mr. anil Mrs.
John Scruggs.
? Fred Newman, of West Virginia, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. l.ee
[ Sp. clnl to The Times-1 tlshatch. 1
Durham. N. C June L'l?.?One of th*
most delightful , v. nts of the SOc'nl
season was the final meeting of the
Auction Bridge club for the season,
which took place Tuesday morning, it
was a porch party, at the residence of
Mrs. W. M. Yerby. In honor of Mrs.
You. will not have to search between
the lines "for the kernel of the story in
"Crooks and Their Ways," the first install?
ment of which will be printed in the Sun?
day issue of The Times- Dispatch for July
7. It is all shown as plainly as if uncovered
by the rays of a dark lantern. Edward Dun
lap, the old theif who wrote these wonder?
ful memoirs of an eventful life of crime,
withheld nothing when he went to
tell his story. Being a man of frankness,
he told it in plain language. Being a
man of intellect and education, he has 1
clothed the story with a literary charm
that makes it unusual in the line of
Those who enjoyed "Raffles"
and the others of his kind will find
something even more enjoyable about
"Spht-the-Wind," as Dunlap was
known in police and criminal history.
The writer of this plain story of crime
loses nothing when compared with any story
tellers of the day.
The accuracy of his first-hand statements can?
not be confused with the imaginary happen?
ings invented by the story teller.
Every line and chapter of "Crooks and Their
Ways" is worth reading. The'first installment is quite
as readable as any that will follow. It will give a key
to the remainder of the record. Every reader should
begin with the first installment, if possible.
B?^ J^ Order To-Day.
Brass lends itself more readily, perhaps, than any other metal tn rhn u.*?a ~r *i
the craftsman's handicraft in bras., are displayed l^^%d^&iSSiO^L^ i i.Superb specimens of
the prices we are charging. Beautiful Brass Jardinieres. Exceptional values at
l ern, Fern Dish, solid brass stand and
glass reflector, COMPLETE,
The fern is the everlasting Japanese
plant, always frc-h and green and requir?
ing absolutely no attention. Not an arti?
ficial, but a genuine plant. The stand is
of solid brass and the reflector of excellent
quality plate glass Only a limited num?
ber on hand; to be sold w hile thev last.
Gas for cooking during the sum?
mer is uncqualed?cool, clean and
convenient. We have .1 line assort?
ment of what is undoubtedly the
best das Range on the market ? the
The New Method ha? many improvements that, being patented are not
to be found in any other make. With this range uniform U-fkiVg soured and
perfect results of any kind of cooking arc always a surety
Special attachments that will positively save 25 per cent in en?
bills, t ..,?, ,? .??I -,- the \.w Nlethod demons).? P 1 ftJS
2?tra Quality Solid
This Fern Dish, as illustrated, is made
Of beautiful design, highest type of
workmanship. Nothing better for the
den or the dining-room table. Only a few
on hand.
'f heavy solid brass.
We desire to dispose of our present stock
of Gibson Refrigerator- as quickly as possi?
ble, and have made special price reductions
on them.
The "Gibson" is constructed along scien?
tific principles to eliminate all waste in the
ire. The refrigerator i-. equipped with a
scries of vents through which the air as 1 ooled
in the ice chamber circulates throughout
the entire refrigerator. This injure* ,1 mini?
mum "f ice consumption and keep- the food
sweet and wholesome in the warmest of
SPECIAL PRICES, starting at $5.")5 for
a size suitable for the ordinary family, and
higher for the larger and more elaborate
We find it necessary to use the floor space now taken up by our stock of Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. and in
order to sell them out as soon as possible have reduced prices on all styles.
A full line of Baby Carriages, in various styles and
sizes. The All-Reed Carriage, as illustrated, with fine
corduroy upholstery, is an exceptional value at the price
we are charging.
Cash or Credit.
A gre.i' convenience to the purchaser
at the Pettit Store. Goods arc sold cither
on a cash basis or on credit, at the option
of the purchasi
Interstate Advertising Service.
Large Size Full Collapsible Co-Cart, made
of extra fine material, strong and durable;
SPECIA1. S4.95
The Store That Lives Up To Its Advertising
Easy Payments.
Purchases made at the Pettit Store
may be paid for On the Easy-Payment
Plan. A small cash deposit will secure
any purchase, and the balance of pay?
ments arranged to suit vour convenience.
Arch Cheatham, a member of the club. |
who has made the highest score during
the season. The hours were from lf>
lo 1 o'clock. The porch was beautiful?
ly decorated with palms, sWectpoas ami
nnsturlums in profusion. The guests,
upon their arrival, were served with
punch, l ive tables of nuctlon bridge
were the features of the occasion, lees, j
bonbons and mints were served by I
Miss Louise Hackney. Those present j
were Airs. Arch Cheatham, Mrs. Floyd |
Lnmbe, .Mrs. a. P Gilbert, Mrs. Tom |
Cox. Airs. Fred Fanning, Airs. l>. ?..'. I
Mitchell, Mrs. a. s. Thomas. .Mrs. W.
M. Year by. Visitors: Mrs. W. J. j
Grlswold, Airs. .1 Crawford Biggs, Mrs.
Travis Umstead, .Mrs. J. M. Manning,
Mrs. C. Cn. Thomas, .Mrs. Will Lips
comb, Airs. 1. N. fair. Airs. .lot Graham,
Mrs. .1. a. Robinson. Mrs. T. I, William- |
son, of New Yoik, nnd .Misses Alary |
S?sser and Louise Hackney.
The Baraca das.-; of Trinity Church
held au informal social session Friday
night in the schoolroom of that
church, a short addreas was made by
O. F. CrOWSOn. Ills subject was ?'How
to Get New Members."
Aliss Lucy Stokes, who has been on <
a visit to Concord and Monroe, has
returned to her home In this city.
?Miss Nettie Cox l.is gone to Win?
ston-Sal,in to sojourn among friends
for several days.
Air. and Alis. T. O. Sharp have re?
turned from an extended trip to the
states of Pennsylvania, New York, Ver?
mont a nd .Mai 5 111 nd.
Thirty yotins people of this city
motored to Chapel HUI Wednesday
evening, and after a lunch ul Hie uni?
versity well, were joined at (Jordan
Hall by a number of young people
of the Hill and engaged in a dance.
1 Mrs a. II. StOkca chaperoned the
young people from this city. The
. v. nliig was an ideal one for motoring,
ami the Durhamltcs had a delightful
M: ? ?; I. Lnmberth, of Portsmouth,
Vn.. Is vlslt'ng friends on Trinity
Heights. 1
Mrs, H. T. Long, of Chapel Hill, who i
has been the guest of her sister. Airs.
It. I'. Ilobson. In this City, returned to
her hotne Wedni sday.
H. N LeGrnnd has returned from a
delightful trip to Wrightsville Beach.
Alls.s Nellie Clark, of South Rich?
mond, who was the maid of honor nt
the Clark-Mangum wedding, returned
bom.- Wednesday.
I. M. W. HlekS r,f New York, ar?
rived in tue cit Wednesday morning
on a visit to Iiis niece, Airs. C. I".
Norris. W. B. Ilbks, of Blscoe. Is
also spending several davs nt the home
"f i>r. !?. p. Norrli
Dr. c, l-afayette Hutchinson Ii in n
pleasure trip to N'arragnnsett Pier. it.
I? ror a W eek.
Misses Elizabeth Taylor and Kath
erlne Do Vault, of Ashovllle, are the
charming house guests of Air. and Airs.
.1. o Barrett. McMnnnon Mreet.
Airs. L. C, SOutherund, of VVInston
Salem, Is spending a few davs in the
City tho guest of Mrs. E. T. Souther
Tuesday morning Alisa Mattle. Topis
entertained her house patty with a
beautiful porch party at her residence
"ii East Alain Sir..! The house party
Is composed of AUsa I'onn Louise
Jackson, of Norfolk; .Miss Sarah Wall,
of Hlll&boro, and Miss Susie Morgan,
of Hertford, N. C The decorations
were ferns and sweotpcas, Instead of
piace mrds. sweetpeas numbered the
tables, During !!;?? game punch and
sandwiches were served, a pleasant lit?
tle Innovation. After the games ice
cream nnd candles- were served. Miss
Jackson regaled tho company with de
light ful music. Tho guests present
were Misses Mottle Moye Adams, Elisa?
beth Jones, Estelle Flowers, Nannie
Green, Sarah Erwin. Gladys Gorman,
Elisabeth Fuller, Ma rgaret Thomas.
Nannie Hot Wright. Mary O'Brien,
Otclln Cunningham, Rose Elwood
Bryan, Lucy Grey Gatllng, Ruth Fal
Ion. Mary Emily Wllkcrson, of Char?
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Danville, Va., June 29.?Miss May
Harriet Hasklns graduated this week
j from tiie New England Conservatory
j of Music; at Boston, one of a gr.id
?atlng < iass of seventy-eight members.
Miss Hasklns took her degree In the ]
teachers' course of the pianoforte de
pa rtnient.
The music pupils and the friends of
the Int.- Professor R. s. I'hlfer are
preparing to erect a memorial to him,
and a fund Is being raised for that
purpose. A record of nil the contri?
butions to this fund Is being kept, and
will bo presented to his family.
The Red Men Of Danville are pre?
paring to hold a Ida celebration here
on the Fourth of July. A huge num?
ber of delegates are coming from
nearby towns, and an attractive pro
grain has been arranged to give them
a day's thorough enjoyment. There
will be a barbecue nt the park, base?
ball games between the tribes, dancing
and fireworks in the evening. The
city merchants win close their stores
tor at bast has) of the day. and the
< ottoii factories will close down for
the entire day.
Early In tho coming autumn pinna
are to be set on foot for a spring fes?
tival to be given in this city. It was
proposed Several weeks ago that the
I city mus'clnns should be called to
j gather at once In order to get the
names of those willing to take part in
Diamond Jewelry
We carry a beautiful line of Dia?
mond Jewelry feir engagement and
bridal presents. Tf you want to
be sure of having a" present real
new and up-to-date be sure nnd see
our line.
The Diamond Merchant-.
J. S. James, Inc.,
Seventh nnd Muln Streets.
mich a festival, hut It was dot-Mod t'i
postpone tho matter until tho ma?
jority of hol'day-makers have return?
ed hero.
On Wednesday last the Peyton faic
Lodge, A., F. ?- A. M? held Its annual
outing it Sutheriln. A large number
?,t people won- present a? tho picnic,
wh'oh was greatly enjoytd. The Rev
.1. Clyde Holland, pastor ,.f tho Keen
Street Raptlst Church, of this city,
made the principal address of the oc
Mrs W. W. Williamson left last
week for a .-day of several weeks at
Virginia Beach.
-Mrs. Anno Dlli.ird Spencer Is the at?
tractive guest of Mrs Wi W. Chelf
and Mrs. Roy Hume, of t'ulpoper.
James Si. Ley. of tho Virginia State
Bank, nttended the Bankers' Associa?
tion at i ild Point last week.
Mrs. Turner llamlln is the guest of
her father. General J. Thompson Brown,
in Richmond,
Miss Sarah Hughes and Miss Mar?
garet Con way ore the guests of Wal?
lace Brown In Richmond,
Mrs. David Graham Is spending some
(imo in Washington and New York
. Colonel A. n. Carrlngton has return
cd from en extended european tour.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Norwood, Va., Juno 29.?Mrs. William
l>. fill.ell, of Chicago, arrived on Sun?
day to visit her son. Charles Elliott
Ca bell.
Mr.-. Uichard Adcock and 1'ttle
daughter returned to Richmond on
Tuesday, after spending a week with
.Mrs. George D. s<ruggs.
Jim Heath visited his mother at
Scottsville on Tuesday.
Misses Ann and Mary Caboll have
returned from a month's stay in
Sammle Dolen. of Kentucky, is
visiting Iiis home here.
Mrs. Tom West and children are
Visiting friends in Newport News al
this writing.
Mrs. Julia Bowles, of Lynchbltrg, Is
i the gUCSl of her daughter. Mrs. Charlie
1 Roberts.
Mrs. Harry Anderson, of Warren,
visited her mother, Mrs. Nellie Turner,
on Saturday and Sunday.
? Mrs. Jerry Wood was tho guest of
I Mrs. Wood, of PlnCh Nock, last week.
I Mrs. Jane Pixon und Miss Bettle
I Dixon. of Schuyler, are visitors of Mr.
j end Mrs. Prank Hoiton, of Wlnglna.
fSpec'al to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
Salem. Va., June 2!>.?Mrs. Wilbur R.
Cross was hostess on Wednesday at
jt o'clock of n delightful olght-courso
Iluncheon, which she gave compllmori
I tary to Mrs. Kniest Hull, of .Sparta,
I Tonn., who is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. B, G. Saunders. Mrs. Cross's
guests were Mcsdamos Ernest Hull. R.
O. Sanders. .7. P. Saul, Jr.. J. P. Onrroft.
George R. Kelly, and Mrs. IT. C. C|l
mor, of Pulnski. The dining-room was
most charmingly decorated with out
I flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Shank enter?
tainer! very delightfully Tuesday even?
ing a number of their friends at a
porch party. Tho large Colonial porch
was prettily decorated with pink but?
terflies and potted plants. Tho. prin?
cipal feature was progressive Five
Hundred, while hook and checkers
were provided for those who do not
play cards. Fruit punch was served by
Mlsseg Elzada Shank, Edna Coon and
iKutherlne Walker. The entertalnmont
was given In honor of Mrs. Shank's
sister, .Mr*. Mary P. Walker, of Vir?
ginia Int.mi.,ni College, at Bristol.
MIjs Merlatn Whltosearver entertain?
ed uhoitt twenty young people nt her
h?me on Academy Street Tuesday eve?
ning complimentary to Miss Katharina
Abrahams, of Washington. D. C, who
Is tho house guest of Miss Ethel
Whllescnrver, oh Broad Street.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ollmer and two
children, of Pulaskl, are guests of
Mrs. Gilmcr's brother. J. p Saul, Jr.,
on the Boulevard.
Miss Mary Beddlngcr, of Atlanta, On.,
Is spending some time ut the home of
It. W. I.ogan, near town.
Mrs. J. N. Dlllard, of Brooklyn. X.
V . has been the gueat for several days
? ?f Mrs. Prank Gordon and other rela?
tives in Salem.
Itev. .1 N. Crawford, of San .lose. Cal ,
who has been the guest the past week
Of his niece. Mrs. W. B. Dlllard, on
College Avenue, has left for a Visit
in relatives in Tennessee and Ken?
[Special to Th? Times-Dispatch.]
Mineral. Va.; June ? p. H. Hsskell
returned Monday from a trip to Colum?
bia. S. C.
C. K. Newman returned from n trip,
to Baltimore, where he attended the
Democratic convention.
Miss Mary Arneit is visiting rela?
tives In New York.
Robert Crawford, of New York, spent
Tuesday visiting relatives In Mineral.
Captain Boyd Smith returned Sat?
urday from a trip to Richmond;
Walter II. Hall is visiting friends
in Culpepor.
Mrs. MeSween. of Grace Bay. X. S.. Is
visiting her son. .1. M. MeSween, at the
Arminfua Mines.
Mrs. Anderson, of Charleston, w.
Va? and Mrs. Posier, of Richmond, who
'have l.een visiting their s'ster. Mrs.
|C. B. Biiiley, for the past two weeks,
'returned home Thursday.
Mrs. .1. P. Sargcant Is visiting, rela?
tives nt Louisa.
Mr. und Mr.?. Bickers, of Crozet, vis.
ited here Sunday last.
Walter Smith and family are Visiting
j relatives in I.oulsn county.
[ Special to The Times-Dispatch. ]
Concord. Vs., June 2!>.?Mr. and Mrs.
Hatcher Onld. who have been visiting
i Dr. nnd Mrs. W I. Onld, lett for their
j home al Xor ton. W. Vn . Thursday.
Miss Gene llowerlon. of l.vnchhurg, ?
is visiting Miss Susie Cardwell.
Dr. Prank Fisher wns a visitor III
tow n Mondny.
W. E. Price nnd wife, of Winston
Salem. X. C, are here visiting tha
i former's parents.
I Miss Bessie Sallotl, who has been
I the guest of Mrs. W. T,. Onld for th?
I past two weeks, left for her home in
South Boston Friday, accompanied by
Mrs. Onld.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. C: Wharton visited.
MrF. H. C, Page, of Crewe. Monday.
Charles Evans, of Eynchburg, 18
visiting his mother, Mrs. D. S. Evans.
Richn'rd Cross returned Friday from
H. C. Steele, of Forest, visited herd

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