NEWS: Hardin/Shelby/Spencer/Meade/Nelson/Breckinridge Co., KY, 21 Sept 1917 - 21 Oct 1917 ********************************************************************** USGENWEB ARCHIVES NOTICE: These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or presentation by any other organization or persons. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material, must obtain the written consent of the contributor, or the legal representative of the submitter, and contact the listed USGenWeb archivist with proof of this consent. The submitter has given permission to the USGenWeb Archives to store the file permanently for free access. http://www.usgwarchives.net Transcribed by: Pat firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 06 Oct 2000 *********************************************************************** THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Saturday Morning, September 22, 1917 more SOCIETY NEWS WEST POINT, Sept. 21: Mesdames W. E. BALLINGER, Charles CRAWFORD and G. A. HENDRY have been designated delegates to represent the West Point W.C.T.U. at the State meeting to be held in Dawson Spring September 28 to October 2. Lieut C. P. TAYLOR of the Quartermaster's Department at Camp Zachary Taylor, was the week-end guest of Dr. D. S. ROBERTS and Mrs. ROBERTS. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. GRAY and daughter, Mrs. GRAHAM; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey BOARD and Thomas CARMEN, of Brandenburg, have returned from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. KEYS have returned from Detroit. HARRODSBURG, Sept. 21: Mrs. A. D. PRICE and Miss Evelyn PRICE are in Louisville, the guests of Mrs. PRICE's niece, Mrs. Louis K. FERGUSON. Miss Julia Wilder KURTZ, of Buffalo, N.Y., is the guests of her aunts, Misses Martha and Mary STEPHENSON. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. COLEMAN left Tuesday for New Orleans, where they will spend several months. Mrs. Letcher RIKER, of Indianapolis, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. THOMPSON and other relatives here. Mrs. G. A. CURRY was host at a charming porch party Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. William S. AUSTIN, of Knoxville, Tenn. (NOTE: somebody goofed--this was in last week's column also.) The Rev. Robert N. SIMPSON and Mrs. SIMPSON are at Campbellsville, attending the State convention of the Christian Church. Mrs. Champ CLARK arrived from Washington City Tuesday to visit Mrs. M. L. FORSYTHE and Miss FORSYTHE and to attend the family reunion of the McAFEE clan. Mrs. N. L. CURRY went to Knoxville, Tenn., Wednesday, to visit Mrs. Charles BLAKEMAN for two weeks. Mrs. Henry C. BOHON entertained Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Eben HARDIN, who leaves today to join Mr. HARDIN at Council Bluffs, Iowa, their future home. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. CURRY have returned from a motor trip to Louisville, Bardstown and Springfield. The James Q. CHENOWETH Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy, of Harrodsburg, entertained at Graham Springs Wednesday afternoon in honor of the Daughters of the Confederacy, is session at Danville this week. Mrs. Emily GREGORY, who was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. TENNEY, and Mrs. Fred CURREY, left Thursday for a two weeks' visit to Mrs. Maude Ballington BOOTH at her home on Long Island. TAYLORSVILLE, Sept. 21: Mr. and Mrs. James DOWNS, of Eminence, have returned after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis CAIN. Mrs. Maude CHAMPION, of Chicago, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Norman COLLIER. Mrs. Annie SULLIVAN and daughters, Mrs. H. H. HOLLOWAY and Mrs. Lester THOMAS, of Ludlow, have been visiting Mrs. Tillie DRAKE. Mrs. James L. COX has returned from Bardstown, where she has been visiting Misses Sallie and Nora HART. Mrs. Ben BOSWORTH and little daughter, Bettie, of Lexington, are guests of Mrs. BOSWORTH's mother, Mrs. Hite GRAVES. Miss May CUMMINGS, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. P. H. WELCH. Miss Helen LILLY, of the Lilly neighborhood, is visiting friends in Louisville. Mrs. Lula BEAUCHAMP will soon go to Lawrenceburg to visit her son, Mr. Hume BEAUCHAMP, and family. Mrs. Minnie RICKETS is visiting in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. John McKINLEY, of Wilsonville, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. B. SHINDLER. Mrs. W. D. FOREMAN, and Miss Lera, of near Waterford, have returned from Louisville, where they have been visiting Miss Nettie TYLER. Misses Bessie and Mattie Lee STOUT, of Rivals, have been visiting in Louisville. Miss Katie BEAUCHAMP has returned from Louisville. BARDSTOWN, Sept. 21: Misses ROUSE, of High Grove, and Mattie Lois CONNER left this week for Russellville, where they will attend Logan College. Mrs. R. C. CHERRY has returned from Lexington, where she accompanied her niece, Miss Marion MASSIE, to Hamilton College. Mrs. Wallace BROWN and son, William KAVANAUGH, are guests of Miss Roberta Fisk McCLAIN, in Russellville. Mrs. Samuel CARR and little daughter, of Proctor, Ark., and Mrs. Annie CARR, of Elizabethtown, are guests of Mrs. Wayne LINDER. Mrs. James RIGGS left for Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Monday evening for a visit with her husband, with the Signal Corps. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard HURST are at Dawson Springs, Ky. Mesdames Nat W. MUIR and Charles ROBERTS attended the meeting of the Kentucky Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy at Danville this week, representing the Crepps WICKLIFFE Chapter, U.D.C. Mrs. MUIR is president of Jefferson Davis Monument Fund, and also represented this interest. ELIZABETHTOWN, Sept. 21: Mrs. Ed DAUGHERTY returned the first of the week from a visit in Louisville. Mrs. R. L. THOMAS, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. Taylor WATKINS. Gus WARFIELD left the first of the week for Montezuma, Ga., to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. James JUMP have returned from a visit to George SINCLAIR in Louisville. Miss Ophelia WILLETT, who visited relatives in Brandenburg, has returned home. Stephen HAYWARD and Terry PEMBERTON left this week to attend the K.M.I. at Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. Noble HALL left on a trip to Cadiz, where he will report for military duty October 5. Miss Maggie MARTIN is in Louisville, the guest of relatives. Columbus ASH, of Seaton, Ill., is here visiting relatives. Mrs. A. C. CRUSE, who was here as the guest of Mrs. L. O. SPENCER, has returned to her home in Oklahoma City, Okla. Dr. William KELLAR and family, who visited Mrs. J. B. WALKER, of this city, have returned to their home in Louisville. HARDINSBURG, Sept. 21: Miss Judith Ellen BEARD, of Central City, has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor BEARD. The Rev. Robert JOHNSON has gone to Hopkinsville to attend the annual conference of the M.E. Church, South. Mr. Francis DILLON, from Ohio, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat DILLON. Mrs. COBB and daughter, of St. Louis, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed DILLON. Mr. Frank KENNEDY, of Evansville, Ind., is the guest of relatives. Mrs. Lee BISHOP and daughter, Miss Anna Lee BISHOP, are at home from Chicago and Louisville. NEW HAVEN, Sept. 21: Miss Lydia VITTLOE (sp?) and Mr. Joseph HAGAN were married Tuesday morning at St. Catherine church, the Rev. W. P. HOGARTY officiating. There was a meeting of the Red Cross at the home of Mrs. J. I. GREENWELL Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. W. P. HOGARTY addresed the Mothers' Club at their regular meeting on Thursday. Mrs. John L. THOMPSON, of Lebanon Junction, has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. W. J. HEIZER. Mrs. J. B. HAGAN and little daughter, Louise, have returned from Louisville. Mrs. Dallas ELMORE, of Henderson, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ellen EDELAN. Mrs. Joseph POTTINGER has returned from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Ruth MAHONEY, at Highland Park. Mrs. Carrie STUART, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. W. H. GREENWELL. Mr. and Mrs. W. REXROAT, of Riley, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar TATUM. Mrs. Frank X. RAPIER has returned from a visit to her son, James RAPIER, in Louisville. Mrs. Bernard PRICE, of New Hope, and guest, Miss Mary BRYAN, of Selma, Ark., visited friends here last week. Mrs. W. F. CHRISTIAN and daughters, Mrs. J. V. EDMONSON, of Birmingham, and Miss Martha CHRISTIAN, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. V. SIKING in Louisville. SHELBYVILLE, Sept. 21: Mrs. Champ CLARK, wife of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Charles M. LEWIS and left the following morning to attend the annual reunion of the McAFEE Clan in Mercer county. Mrs. John H. BRYANT has returned from Asheville, N.C. where she entered her son, Harold EUBANK, in the Bingham Military Academy. Mrs. A. B. KNIGHT, of Clarksville, Tenn., came Tuesday for an extended visit with friends here. Mrs. Lucius DESHA, of Cynthiana, and Mrs. William CROMWELL, of Frankfort, have returned after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. BAYNE. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. SMOAK have returned to Eustis, Fla., after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph RAYMOND. Dr. M. LYNCH and Mrs. LYNCH have returned from Asheville, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Huston QUINN and Mrs. Arthur HAMLETT, of Louisville, are spending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. MESCHENDORF. Mr. and Mrs. Curtice HALL left Thursday to spend two weeks in Chicago. Miss Catherine DEER, of New York, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth ROBERTSON. Mr. and Mrs. Jere L. TARLTON, Misses Fannie Summers TARLTON and Joe Lawson TARLTON, of Lexington, and Robert PREWITT, of Georgetown, have returned after a visit to Mrs. C. M. HANNA and Mr. and Mrs. Scott BELL. ***************************************************************** THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Saturday Morning, September 29, 1917 SOCIETY NEWS GATHERED THROUGHOUT KENTUCKY Special to the Courier-Journal SHELBYVILLE, Sept. 28: Mr. and Mrs. P. J. BEARD and children have returned from Bozeman, Mont., where they had been since July. Miss Ophelia HARWOOD is visiting relatives in New York City. W. T. BECKHAM and daughter, Margaret Miles BECKHAM, have returned from Washington, D.C. Mrs. BECKHAM remained at Fort Hamilton, NY. Mrs. Charles A. RANDOLPH and son have returned from a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. GRIGSBY, in Bardstown. Mrs. O. B. CROCKETT and daughter, Nancy, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. CAMPBELL, in Nicholasville. Mrs. Samuel Vance NUCHOLS has returned to Lexington after spending a month with her daughter, Mrs. Edward P. HALL. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. TURPIN have returned to Americus, Ga., after a visit to their daughter, Mrs. J. Ray WAKEFIELD. Mrs. Anna B. WHEELER and Mrs. A. J. GLENN are attending the annual convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union at Dawson Springs. Robert F. MATTHEWS left thursday to enter the law school of the University of Michigan. Mrs. Laura H. CALDWELL is the guest of Mrs. W. S. CALDWEll in Louisville and will go from there to Prospect to visit her sister, Mrs. J. B. LEWIS. Mrs. J. H. RICE is visiting Mrs. Henry Cleveland WOOD in Harrodsburg. NEW HAVEN, Sept. 28: Mrs. Robert PHELPS, of T. P. Ranch, has gone to Nashville to spend a month with relatives. Miss Camilla RAPIER is the guest of her cousin, Miss Mary Belle BOONE, in Louisville. Mrs. Preston HAGAN and daughters, Misses Josephine and Nellie, have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville. Miss Fannie HERZER(sp?) has returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Waller HEIZER at Lebanon Junction. Mrs. W. J. HEIZER has returned from a visit to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert THOMPSON and little daughter, Agnes, spent Thursday at Lorretto Academy with Sister Creta. Miss Amelia BLANTON is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Amanda KAYE, in Louisville. Mrs. Sam V. GREENWELL and children, of Elizabethtown, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben BARTLEY. Misses Stella and Mabel BOWLING have returned from Louisville. Mrs. Charles HUTCHINS has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville. Miss Cleophas BOONE, of New Hope, is the guest of Misses Ada and Lucy CISCELL. Miss Inez DESPAIN is in Louisville, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leo DESPAIN. BARDSTOWN, Sept. 28: Mrs. Mary Gore ATKINSON is visiting friends in Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Charles ROBERTS has returned from a trip to Colorado. Senator J. C. W. BECKHAM and Mrs. BECKHAM are at Wickland visiting Senator BECKHAM's sister, Mrs. U. B. KNISKERN, and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. NEVITT are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph BOWLING, of New Haven. Mrs. James A. LEECH, of Louisville, lectured here Friday afternoon at the graded school under the auspices of the State Council, National League of Defense. Mrs. William RALSTON is visiting friends at Cave City. Mrs. LaMotte SPALDING, of Lebanon, is with her sister, Mrs. W. O. STILES. Misses Lucille ALLISON and Ellen WATHEN are spending the week-end in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson MATTINGLY are guests of friends in Louisville. HARRODSBURG, Sept. 28: Mr. and Mrs. James Page SPILMAN have returned from Chicago, Detroit and Mackinac. Mrs. Robert P. CURRY, of Lexington, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. William W. GODDARD. Mr. and Mrs. James T. INGRAM, Mr. and Mrs. Everett BUSTER and Mrs. Arthur HARBISON have returned from a motor trip to Detroit and other points in Michigan. Miss Mary McELROY, of Lebanon, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George W. EDWARDS. Mrs. Ira Goddard WATKINS is the guest of friends in Fort Thomas and Covington. Miss Ira FINNELL, of Decatur, Ill., is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Lee COLEMAN, and Mr. COLEMAN. Mrs. Thomas SMITH, Mr. L. Meriwether SMITH and Miss Helen VanARSDALE were among the Harrodsburg people who attended the ROBERTS-GREWANT wedding in Danville Tuesday evening. Mrs. John LAFON, Jr., and children, Florence, Jack and Patty, have arrived from Victoria, B. C., to remain with Mrs. LAFON's mother and sister, Mrs. D. W. GRUBBS and Mrs. Lafon RIKER, while Capt. LAFON is in France. Miss Ida RIKER has returned from a two-months' visit to friends in Bridgeport, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas FARNSWORTH have returned from a visit to their son, Thomas, Jr., and Mrs. E. H. VanPELT, of Louisville. Mrs. Charles T. WHITE has returned to St. Petersburg, Fla., after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Annie WIGHAM. Mrs. Jesse COGAR has returned from Versailles. Mr. and Mrs. William FISHER have gone to New Orleans, where they will spend the winter. HARDINSBURG, Sept. 28: Mr. and Mrs. Sam TUCKER and son, from Oklahoma, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John ALEXANDER. Mr. and Mrs. Will HENSLEY have returned from Petoskey, Mich., where they spent the summer. The Red Cross Society gave a carnival at the courthouse Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. REEVES have returned from Herndon, Va., and Washington, D.C. Mrs. Hiram PHELPS has gone to Vine Grove to be the guest of relatives. Sheriff A. T. BEARD and Mrs. BEARD are at Dawson Springs for Mr. BEARD's health. Mrs. H. A. WALKER and daughters, Misses Mary Elizabeth, Virginia and Mildred WALKER, will leave next week to join Dr. W. A. WALKER in Hendersonville, N.C., for an indefinite stay. TAYLORSVILLE, Sept. 28: Mrs. Frank MANN and little son, of Louisville, have returned after visiting Miss Myrtle CRABB. Miss Anna COLLIER, who accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Maud CHAMPION, to Harrodsburg to attend the McAFEE reunion has returned. Mrs. Sally BLACK, of Lawrenceburg, is the guest of Mrs. Zach SHIELDS. The Rev. Mr. WRIGHT and family are at home in the Methodist parsonage. Miss Eliza BROADUS, of Louisville, has been the recent guest of Mrs. Mary BURTON. Mrs. Mary HEDDEN, of Rivals, spent the week-end with Mrs. Eliza CAIN. Mrs. Minnie RICKETS is at home after visiting her sister, Mrs. THOMPSON, of Louisville. Miss Anna COLLIER has returned from Lawrenceburg. Misses Bessie and Mattie Lee STOUT are guests of Miss Marguerite WIGGINTON. Miss Annie ANDERSON and Miss Bess ANDERSON have been visiting Dr. Joe ANDERSON and Mrs. ANDERSON in Louisville. Mrs. Chrissie BRISCOE is the guest of Mrs. Andrew WILKINSON. HENDERSON, Sept. 28: Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Edward DAVIS announce the engagement of their daughter, Honor Cornelia, to Mr. Francis Priest HAZELWOOD. The wedding will occur in November. Miss Sophia WEBBER nad Mr. Duncan GRAHAM were quietly married at St. Paul's Episcopal church Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. GRAHAM will be at home after October 1. Mrs. W. F. REDMAN was hostess at bridge Wednesday afternoon at the Country Club. A very pleasant tea was given Friday afternoon at the Country Club. The hostesses were Mrs. Archibald DIXON, Mrs. David CLARK, Mrs. William STITES, Mrs. E. C. WARD, Ms. John ELAM, Miss Hattie POWELL. The clubrooms were beautifully decorated in asters and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. TIPPIN entertained at dinner Friday. Covers were laid for twenty-five. Mrs. H. W. SHAWHAN, of Asheville, N.C., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. ALVES. Mrs. Kenneth GAUT, of Neuse, N.C., is visiting Mrs. Charles DISHMAN. Mrs. Robert LYMAN, of Rye, N.Y., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. HART. Mrs. Henry BURNETT, of Louisville, and Mrs. Muscoe BURNETT, of Paducah, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles DALLAM. Mrs. Stanley LONG, of Chicago, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy JACOBS. Mrs. James MAYER, of New York, is the guest of Mrs. Aaron MANN. *********************************************************** THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Saturday Morning, October 6, 1917 more SOCIETY NEWS, Special to the Courier-Journal HOPKINSVILLE, Oct. 5: Miss Anita BROCKROGGE has accepted an appointment in the War Department at Washington, and will leave next week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul WINN and son and Mrs. A. W. PYLE left Monday for Louisville, where they will make their home. The first regular meeting of the Shakespeare Club for the season was held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Navy League headquarters. The Athenaeum held its October meeting Thursday night with papers by Pettus WHITE and Dr. R. L. WOODARD. Mrs. G. W. CARLOSS is visiting in Providence, Ky. Mrs. H. M. HARRISON, of Memphis, Tenn., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William T. VAUGHN. E. G. McCULLOCH of Newport News, Va., is visiting his uncle, Mr. E. D. JONES, and other relatives and friends in and around the city. Mr. McCULLOCH formerly lived here. Miss Lucille PRICE, of Russellville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Henry MERRITT. Mrs. Hal HARNED, of Dawson Springs, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. James WEST. Dr. Arthur McCORMACK, of Bowling Green, and Ex NORTON, of New York, have returned to Bowling Green after a visit to relatives in Hopkinsville. Mrs. H. M. GARDNER has returned after a visit to relatives in Trigg County. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon W. KITCHEN have returned from New York and Philadelphia. NEW HAVEN, Oct. 5: Mrs. Asa RUSSMAN, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. V. J. HOLLAND, at Mason City, Ill., has returned home. Mrs. Nannie BELL has returned from Louisville. Mrs. Nick GREENWELL spent Tuesday in Lebanon with her sister, Mrs. Willie GREENWELL, who is a patient at Elizabeth Hospital. Misses Emma and Florence DAWSON have returned from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace BEARD have returned from Neatsville. Mrs. Florence DAWSON left Friday to spend several weeks at Tampa, Fla. Mrs. Ann POLLINGER is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hilar BOWLING, of Bardstown. Mrs. Edwin C. DAWSON and daughter, Miss Camilla DAWSON, have returned from St. Mary's. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. NEVITT have returned to Bardstown after visiting Mr. and mrs. Joseph BOWLING. HARDINSBURG, Oct. 5: The Sans Souci Club entertained Monday afternoon with a luncheon in honor of Mrs. W. A. WALKER. Morris C. KINCHELOE, of the 1st Kentucky Regiment, is the guest this week of his parents, Dr. A. M. KINCHELOE and Mrs. KINCHELOE. Mrs. W. A. WALKER and daughters, Misses Mary Elizabeth, Virginia and Mildred WALKER, left Tuesday for Hendersonville, N.C., to spend the winter. Mrs. Joel H. PILE has been the guest of relatives in Garfield this week. Mrs. Walter BROWN and baby, of Woodrow, are the guests of her mother, Mrs. A. X. KINCHELOE. SHELBYVILLE, Oct. 5: Mr. and Mrs. Ross SHIPMAN, who returned from their bridal trip on Wednesday, have leased the Millard PERRY's residence on Main Street, near Ninth, where they are now at home. Miss Anna J. HAMILTON, dean of women at Kentucky University, will deliver an address on "The Needs of Women" at the first meeting of the Women's Club for the fall season tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. S. M. RICHARDSON has returned to Cincinnati after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Clara M. POYNTER. Mr. and Mrs. Hector SCOVILLE, of San Juan, Porto(sic) Rico, are guests of Mrs. Hunter McINTYRE. Mrs. L. Grant SMITH returned Thursday from Washington, D.C. Mrs. Evahart CRENSHAW, of Worthville, is the guest of Mrs. D. T. LONG, Mrs. George F. WILLIS and son, of Atlanta; Mrs. W. B. LOGAN and Mrs. W. O. PRIDDY. Mrs. Arabelle ARMSTRONG and Miss Fay ARMSTRONG, have returned from Springfield, Mass. Mrs. S. S. VanHOY is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. H. SYMES, in Indianapolis. Mrs. Jane LETCHER, of Henderson, came the first of the week to make her home with her son, J. K. LETCHER. Charles M. LEWIS, who has been in Washington during the special session of Congress, returned Wednesday. HARRODSBURG, Oct. 5: Mrs. Alice LILLARD and Mrs. Henry B. CASELL have returned from Martinsville, Ind. Mrs. M. V. P. YEAMAN, of Mt. Sterling, is the guest of Mrs. Charles A. HARDIN, Jr., and other friends. Mrs. D. L. MOORE is a week-end guest of her sister, Mrs. Josephine Ball HARRIS, near Versailles. Mrs. Thomas P. NICHOLAS, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mrs. Arley J. CHANDLER. Miss Martha RIKER has gone to Cambridge, Mass., where she will be a student in the Sargent School during the coming year. The literature department of the Woman's Club met Friday afternoon in the clubrooms of the Public Library. Mrs. Conrad SYME returned to her home in Washington City Friday after a visit to her parents, Dr. M. L. FORSYTHE and Mrs. FORSYTHE. Mrs. L. D. BREWER has returned from Virginia. Mrs. Thomas C. BELL, Mrs. Curry DEDMAN and son, Charles DEDMAN, have returned from Petoskey, Mich. Mrs. Thomas BOND, of Lawrenceburg, and Mrs. Thomas NEAT and two children, of Versailles, have been the guests of Mrs. Glave GODDARD. Dr. J. G. HUNTER and Mrs. HUNTER have returned from Cincinnati and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Harry RAYMOND, of Indianapolis, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James F. VanARSDALE. Mrs. James T. COOKE and Miss Virginia COOKE have returned from Louisville and Lebanon. BARDSTOWN, Oct. 5: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sievin MOORE have returned from Ohio, West Virginia and Maryland. Miss Cecilia BROWN is visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry TROUTMAN,at Boston, Ky. Miss Lizzie COURTSEY, of Shelbyville, is the guest of friends here. Mrs. Charles RANDOLPH and son are guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. GRIGSBY. Mrs. Louis SEEGER has joined her husband, Mr. Louis SEEGER, in New York City, where he has been assigned to Government service. Mrs. Wallace BROWN and son, William KAVANAUGH, are guests of friends at Pembroke and Guthrie. Dr. R. H. GREENWELL and Mrs. GREENWELL were guests of friends in Louisville this week. HENDERSON, Oct. 5: Mrs. John HODGE gave a very delightful bridge-luncheon Thursday in honor of Mrs. William McWILLIAMS, of Rome, Ga., the guest of Mrs. Oscar LETCHER. The highest score was made by Miss Sibella KIMMEL. Among the guests were Mrs. Robert LYMAN, of Rye, N.Y., and Miss Lily KNUT, of Newport, R.I. Mrs. Fannie McCULLOUGH was host for the New Century Club on Friday afternoon at the Country Club. Mrs. Anthony PERRIER gave a bridge at the Country Club on Wednesday afternoon. A very enjoyable tea was given at the Country Club on Friday afternoon from 3 to 6. Those receiving were Mesdames Ben RASH, James B. NORMENT, Phelps LAMBERT, James R. BARRET and C. F. NOSWORTHY. Miss Marianna MARSTALL received Friday evening from 8 to 11 at her home in First Street. Dr. James H. LETCHER and Mrs. LETCHER entertained at dinner Friday evening in honor of Mrs. William McWILLIAMS, of Rome, Ga., Covers were laid for ten. A few of the young men members of the Country Club gave a dance at the clubrooms on Tuesday evening in honor of three boys home on leave: Capt. Robert SOAPER, Raymond BOAZ and Sterling PRICE. Mrs. Lafayette POSEY, of MontRose, Cal., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Starling MARSHALL. Mrs. Oscar SWAN, of Muskogee, Okla., is visiting Mr. and Mr.s J. T. BASKETT. Mrs. John F. LOCKETT, of Frankfort, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hickman LOCKETT. Mrs. Lila MARSHALL, of St. Louis, is visiting Dr. Stewart MARSHALL and Mrs. MARSHALL. Miss Katherine DIXON has returned from Marion, Ky., where she was the guest of Mrs. Maurice NUNN. *************************************************************** THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Saturday Morning, October 13, 1917 SOCIETY NEWS - Special to The Courier-Journal HARDINSBURG, Oct. 12: The Fourth Congressional Teachers' Association met here Friday and Saturday. Mr. Wave LEWIS and daughters, of Holgate, Oh., are the guests of Mr. LEWIS' parents. Miss Mary Franklin BEARD has returned from Louisville. Mrs. M. D. BEARD is at home from a visit to her parents in Louisville. Miss Addie K. ESKRIDGE, of Hodgenville, has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Morris ESKRIDGE. Mrs. M. H. BEARD has returned from Louisville. HENDERSON, Oct. 12: Mrs. M. T. DYER entertained the New Century Club Friday afternoon at her home on South Main Street. One of the most enjoyable social events of the week was the Country Club tea given Friday afternoon at the clubrooms. The hostesses at the time were Mesdames Fannie RANKIN, A. B. JARVIS, Robert VANCE, William LAMBERT and Misses Mary RANKIN and Mary NEWCOMB. The tea tables were decorated with baskets of red dahlias. Mrs. RANKIN poured tea. The Gen. Samuel Hopkins Chapter, D.A.R., held the first meeting of the season at the Woman's Club Friday afternoon. The chapter this year will devote its social hour to Red Cross work, and each member gave $1, the cost of refreshments for the season, to aid in financing the unit. Mrs. Anthony PERRIER entertained at bridge Wednesday afternoon at the Country Club. Among the guests were Miss Lily KNUT, of Newport, R.I., and Mrs. Robert LYMAN, of Rye, N.Y. Mrs. A. B. JARVIS was the hostess at a breakfast-bridge Thursday morning at the Country Club in honor of Mrs. William McWILLIAMS, of Rome, Ga., the guest of Mrs. G. O. LETCHER. Mrs. Charles A. HOYT, of Austin, Tex., is the guest of Mrs. Starling MARSHALL. Maj. Thomas JOHNSON has returned to Long Island after visiting Mr. and Mrs. William LAMBERT. Mrs. Edna VanARSDALE, of Louisville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. BRIDWELL. TAYLORSVILLE, Oct. 12: Mrs. Catherine HUGHES and son, of Sturgis, have been the guests of Mrs. R. F. JONES near Little Union. Mrs. Emma ARNOLD, of Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Eliza CAIN. Mrs. Euphemia WELLS and Mrs. Lizzie WELLS have been the guests of Mrs. C. P. WELLS, of Little Union. Before returning to their home they will visit Mrs. Q. J. WRIGHT at Cox's Creek. Mrs. Alvin WEAVER and daughter are visiting in Cincinnati. Mrs. J. G. POWERS, of the Little Union neighborhood, is visiting Mrs. CALDWELL in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey WELLS, of Paris, Ky., have returned after spending the week-end with Mrs. Mattie WELLS. Mrs. E. R. BENNETT and son are at home from near Fairfield, where they have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. LILLY. Mrs. Roy SIMPSON has returned from Simpsonville, where she has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon SIMPSON. Mrs. John B. THOMAS and baby, who have been spending the week with Mrs. Lee DAVIS, of Wilsonville, have returned. SHELBYVILLE, Oct. 12: Mr. and Mrs. Hector SCOVILLE and Frances SCOVILLE, who have been the guests of Mrs. Hunter McINTYRE, left Tuesday to visit relatives in London, Ky., before returning to their home in San Juan, Porto(sic) Rico. Mrs. Leonard S. SMITH, Jr., of Cincinnati, spent the week with her parents, Judge Charles C. MARSHALL and Mrs. MARSHALL. Mrs. John W. HOLLAND and her daughter, Waunita, have returned from Meade County. Dr. Harmon NASH, who recently was commissioned in the Medical Corps of the United States Army, has reported for duty at Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. Mrs. Joseph M. McKEE left Thursday evening to visit Mrs. Erma STREET in Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. John H. BRYANT are in Colorado. Mrs. Charles A. RANDOLPH and son have returned from Bardstown. Mrs. H. B. KINSOLVING, of Louisville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. B. WHITESIDE, before returning to Camp Shelby to join her husband, Capt. KINSOLVING. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. HARRISON, of War Springs, Va., are visiting Mr. John T. BALLARD's family. Mrs. W. C. P. MUIR and Mrs. R. A. CAMPBELL spent the week-end with Mrs. B. L. MIDDLETON in Richmond. Miss Anna HANCOCK, of Kansas City, is visiting relatives here. Mrs. A. MESCHENDORF and daughter, Miss Helen MESCHENDORF, have returned from Ft. Benjamin Harrison. HARRODSBURG, Oct. 12: Mrs. Bunyan McLEOD returned Tuesday from Boston and Nova Scotia. Mrs. Charles L. BLAKEMAN, of Knoxville, Tenn., is the guest of Mrs. N. L. CURRY and Miss Annie Lee WOODS. Miss Neva WILLIAMS was the week-end guest of her brother, M. M. WILLIAMS, in Louisville. Mrs. Thomas SMITH and Mrs. Howard DAVIS have as their guests their cousins Mrs. William M. MARGUM, Mrs. William F. HARDIE and Miss Ella HARDIE, of New Orleans. Mrs. Henry Cleveland WOOD is in Lexington, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Alex DUNLAP and Mr. DUNLAP. The general meeting of the Woman's Club for October was held Friday afternoon at the Public Library. Dr. E. T. EDMONDS, of Lexington, delivered an address on "Kerensky, the Jew." Mrs. Brent ALTSHELER, of Louisville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. SALLEE. Mrs. Fred G. CURREY, Mrs. Spencer SMITH and Mrs. James M. TENNEY are visiting in Louisville. Mrs. John H. CURRY, of Lexington, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. DEDMAN the first of the week. Among the Harrodsburg club women who attended the district meeting at Berea Thursday were Mrs. C. D. THOMPSON, Mrs. Thomas PRICE, Mrs. W. L. BEARDSLEY, Mrs. O. J. CHANDLER and Mrs. Lafon RIKER. Mrs. Ruth HALL, of Lexington, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Praigg VanARSDALE and Mr. VanARSDALE. ************************************************************************** THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Saturday Morning, October 20, 1917 Weddings of the Week Harrodsburg, Oct. 19 - Mr. Harry LAFON, of this place, and Miss Hattie ADKINS, of Harriman, Tenn., were married today at the home of the bride's sister at Domino, Ky. Mr. LAFON has been manager of several telephone points in Eastern Kentucky for the past few years. He and his bride will spend several days here with his mother, Mrs. Jack LAFON. He is a brother of Capt. John lAFON, with the Engineering Corp., Forestry Department, now in France, and of Lieut Francis LAFON, of Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Harrodsbug, Oct. 19 - The marriage of Miss Lillian Frances BONTA to Mr. Ralph W. MITCHELL took place Thursday night at the home of the bride in this city. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. BONTA and has been for several years a teacher in the graded school here. Mr. MITCHELL is a young farmer and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Basil MITCHELL. SHELBYVILLE, Oct. 19: Mrs. Lavinia WILLIS left Tuesday to visit relatives in New York before going to Baltimore to make her home with her brother, Charles M. HARWOOD. Mrs. William T. BECKHAM has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. D. Y. BECKHAM, at Fort Hamilton, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. BEARD left the first of the week for Chicago and Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. GILLIS, of Mishawaka, Ind., spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. L. G. SMITH and Mr. and Mrs. Hardin CALDWELL. Mrs. Harold FOX and Mrs. Fred DUNBAR, of New Orleans, who were the guests of Mrs. George N. THOMPSON, left Tuesday to visit relatives in Louisville. Miss Daisy PORTER, of New York, and Miss Elsa FITCH, of Louisville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. FITCH. Mr. and Mrs. William SCOTT and daughter, Mrs. G. Barrett MOXLEY, of Indianapolis, were guests of Mrs. G. A. ARMSTRONG during the week. Mrs. Laura CALDWELL is at home after a visit to Mrs. W. S. CALDWELL in Louisville and Mrs. J. B. LEWIS in Prospect. Miss Adelphia YOUNG, of Wheeling, W.Va., is visiting Mrs. W. M. McMAKIN and Mrs. Guthrie GOODMAN. TAYLORSVILLE, Oct. 19: Mr. and Mrs. Josh BOOLES, Mr. NICHOLS, of Bardstown, and Mr. and Mrs. TOWNSEND and daughter, of New York, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. FROMAN. Mrs. Mary HEDDEN and children have returned to Rivals, after visiting Mrs. Eliza CAIN. Mrs. Kate ROUSE and Miss Catherine Rouse DAY have returned from a week- end visit with Mr. and Mrs. George DAY near Waterford. Mrs. I. W. BEAUCHAMP and Miss Kathryn BEAUCHAMP have returned from Louisville, where they have been visiting Misses Anna and Amy BLIGH and Mrs. Nellie WATTS. Mrs. E. D. BOURNE, who spent several weeks with relatives in Missouri, has returned. Mrs. HEDGES, of St. Louis, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robert HEDGES. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey WELLS have returned to Paris after visiting Mrs. Mattie WELLS. SHEPHERDSVILLE, Oct. 20: Miss Mary HARDIN left Saturday for Irvington to be the guest of the Rev. P. H. RYAN and Mrs. RYAN. Mrs. Nina HORINE and children, of Louisville, were week-end guests of Mrs. J. W. BORRALL. Mrs. O. P. MEANS entertained the Dorcas Society of the Methodist church at her home near town Friday afternoon. Mrs. Pearl LEE is visiting friends in Indianapolis. Mrs. Mary MEREDITH has returned from Louisville. Mrs. C. F. TROUTMAN and Miss Marie BRYANT are visiting in Louisville, the guests of Mrs. J. B. MONROE. Miss Margaret COMBS was the guest of Miss Mary Palmer COMBS the first part of the week. Misses Martha and Beulah LEE were the week-end guests of Mrs. Clarence LEE at Belmont. Mrs. Myrtle BRADBURY and Miss Vera BRADBURY, of Louisville, were week- end guests of Mrs. C. R. SMITH. WEST POINT, Oct. 19: Mrs. Nannie LEWIS and daughter, Evelyn, of Cleveland, O., have returned after a visit to Mrs. LEWIS' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. BUNGER. Miss Josephine KENNADY, of Valley Station, attended the dance given by the young men of West Point Friday night and visited her aunt, Mrs. Alice WITHERS. Mr. and Mrs. George McCONNELL, of Louisville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward HARDY. The Rev. J. W. VALLANDINGHAM and Mrs. VALLANDINGHAM, of Glendale, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. WILLIAMS. Mr. Roscoe DEACON, of Lodiburg, is the guest of his uncle, Mr. H. O. KEYS and Mrs. KEYS. Mrs. J. M. ROBISON has returned from Indianapolis. BARDSTOWN, Oct. 19: Mrs. Wallace BROWN and son, William KAVANAUGH, have returned from Russellville, Pembroke and Guthrie. The Rev. Ben F. ORR and daughter, Miss Olivia ORR, of Paris, Ky., attended the conference at Hopkinsville, returning by Bardstown. Mrs. R. C. CHERRY was host on Friday night to a number of ladies for Miss ORR. Mrs. J. B. BROWN is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. J. MILLER, of New Hope. Mrs. Mary WARREN is visiting friends in New York. Miss Willie ORR, of Louisville, has returned from Bardstown, where she was the guest of her father and sister. HENDERSON, Oct. 19: Mr. and Mrs. Otis BENTON entertained Wednesday evening in honor of their charming little daughter, Miss Lura Mae BENTON. Mrs. David CLARK entertained the Literary Club Monday afternoon at her home on Green Street. Dr. Charles LaRUE and Mrs. LaRUE, of Lancaster, Oh., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy OVERBY. Mrs. Donald McDONALD, of Louisville, was the guest Wednesday of Mrs. Henry LYNE. Mrs. Oscar SWAN, of Muskogee, Okla., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John T. BASKETT. The New Century Club met with Mrs. Charles DISHMAN Friday afternoon. Mrs. Morgan McCORMICK was host at bridge Wednesday afternoon at the Country Club. The prizes were won by Miss Sibella KIMMELL and Mrs. Margaret McCREARY DIXON. Mrs. A. L. SMITH and Mrs. J. P. KOUSLER gave a beautifully appointed linen shower at the home of Mrs. SMITH on Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Lorene LATTA, who is one of the October brides. Miss Freida SHUTTLEWORTH and Miss Carolyn LATTA assisted in receiving. Mrs. Forest TAYLOR, of Nashville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. TALLEY. Mrs. O. F. SCUDDER, of Chicago, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. NILES. MT. WASHINGTON, Oct. 19: The Rev. W. B. MOODY, Prof. P. H. STRICKLAND, Dr. Jack OVERALL and Mrs. OVERALL, Misses Bess LLOYD and Mary LLOYD have returned from Versailles where they attended the B.Y.P.U. convention. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McGEE and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence PORTER have returned from Indianapolis. Miss Susan SETTLE entertained a few women friends Wednesday night in honor of her guest, Miss Katherine JONES, of Louisville. (NOTE: Anyone know who are the parents of these girls???) Mrs. Frank BROOKSHIRE and Miss Tina RODGERS, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. THURMAN, left last evening for their home in Taylorsville. Mrs. Leslie FIGG, of Shelbyville, and Mrs. Charlie FISHER, of Carrithersville, were dinner guests Wednesday of Mrs. Will QUEEN. Dr. L. S. SETTLE and Mrs. SETTLE have returned from Taylorsville. Mr. and Mrs. Bert HALL and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. HALL are in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Y. C. APPLEGATE left this week to spend the winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew JONES, of Memphis, are visiting relatives. Mrs. Mary HAWKINS, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. J. W. HARRIS. NEW HAVEN, Oct. 19: Mrs. Florence DAWSON is visiting her mother, Mrs. HARMON, of Venita, Okla. Mrs. Carolyn O'BRYAN has returned from Henderson and Ekron. Mrs. Richard McCORMACK, of Winchester, is the guest of Mrs. Herman ALLEN. Miss Agnes BOONE has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Joe PRICE, in Louisville. Mrs. Delia SIMMS and daughter, Mrs. Felix BALL, of Bardstown, were visiting this week with Mrs. Fannie RAPIER. Mrs. Ralph HOLBERT has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Fannie ESTILL, in Louisville. Mrs. Elizabeth McGEE was the guest of Mrs. Bethane PASH at Dant this week. ************************************************************* THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Sunday Morning, October 21, 1917 LOUISVILLE MAN WEDS BARDSTOWN GIRL AT NOON Bardstown, Ky., Oct. 20: The marriage of Miss Theodosia WICKLIFFE, daughter of Capt. John D. WICKLIFFE and Mrs. WICKLIFFE, to Mr. Levert LAWRENCE, of Louisville, was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents today at noon. Miss Ala TURNER, of Vinegar Bend, Ala., was maid of honor, and Mr. George MORAN, of Louisville, was best man. The Rev. Frank HARDY, of Christ Church, Louisville, performed the ceremony. A wedding breakfast was served and the couple left for Louisville, where they will make their home. "From Big Sandy to Mills Point" New Haven - A verdict rendered by a jury in the Nelson County Circuit Court sentenced Pius JARBOE, a negro, to ten years in the penitentiary for the murder of Earl CISSELL, also colored, last January. Bardstown - The grand jury, after returning quite a number of indictments, has adjourned until Monday of next week. The RHODES will contest in which the children of Herod RHODES were fighting one another to break their father's will, has been settled. Fletcher COMBS, of Shepherdsville, and Benedict ELDER, of Louisville, were among the visiting attorneys here this week. OBITUARY-Mrs. Bertha THOMPSON CLARK New Haven, Ky., Oct. 20: Mrs. Bertha THOMPSON CLARK, 35 years old, died at her home in Gethsemane after a lingering illness of a complication of diseases. She is survived by her husband and four children. RELATIVES CONTEST WILL OF NELSON COUNTY FARMER Bardstown, Ky., Oct. 20 - The Nelson Circuit Court is now engaged in trying the contest over the will of Hundley TROUTMAN, a bachelor farmer who lived near Boston, this county. TROUTMAN was operated on at the Jewish Hospital, Louisville, and made his will a short time before his death, leaving the bulk of his estate, valued at about $50,000 to his half- sister, Mrs. Belle WISE. The fight is being made on the will by his half-brothers and other half-sisters and their children. ************************************************************ THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Tuesday Morning, October 23, 1917 CRONE AWARDED NOMINATION Shepherdsville, Ky., Oct. 22: - The Certificate of Nomination as Democratic nominee for Sheriff in this county was awarded J. W. CRONE, contestee, after Judge Mark BEAUCHAMP had heard the evidence. CRONE had a majority of four votes over A. L. ROBY, after Republican votes had been deducted from ROBY's total. Ballots in the box and those questioned originally gave ROBY a majority of one. The Court of Appeals passed on the case and ordered the lower court to open the ballot box. OBITUARY: Shepherdsville, Ky., Oct. 22: - Mrs. Elizabeth JACKSON, 68 years old, a native of this county, died at her home near town, of pneumonia. Mrs. JACKSON is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mary CLARK, a resident of this place. THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Thursday Morning, October 25, 1917 Double Wedding Wednesday Ernest SNYDER, 22 years old, a farmer, of Shelbyville, Ky., and Miss Myrtle SMITH, 20 years old, of Waddy, Ky.; Lawrence A. PRIDDY, 22 years old, a farmer, and Miss Fronia VanMETTER, 18 years old, of Hart county, Kentucky, were married in Jeffersonvile Tuesday night. Ernest P. SIMONS, 29 years old, a farmer, and Miss Clara TRIGG, 18 years old; Robert L. GRANT, 28 years old, a farmer, and Miss Winnie JONES, 28 years old, all of Bullitt county, Kentucky, were principals at a double wedding in Jeffersonville Wednesday afternoon. THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Friday Morning, October 26, 1917 Nine Jurors Sustain Will Bardstown, Ky., October 25: - The jury trying the contest over the will of Hundley TROUTMAN, a wealthy bachelor farmer, who died last February, returned a verdict late yesterday afternoon sustaining the will, the verdict being signed by nine of the jurors. The case will be appealed. Judge D. A. McCANDLESS made an order today extending this term of the Circuit Court to continue through all of next week. The business of this court is congested and there are a number of civil and criminal cases to be disposed of. ***************************************************** THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Saturday Morning, October 27, 1917 SOCIETY NEWS, Special to the Courier-Journal HARDINSBURG, Oct. 26: Howard HOOK, of Chickamauga, has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mr. T. J. HOOK. The Boosters' Club gave a reception in the Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company to the teachers of the Fourch Congressional district. Pat SHEERAN, of Akron, O., and daughters, of Mt. St. Joseph, are the guests of relatives. Miss Chelle SHACKLETT has returned to Brandenburg after a visit to Miss Maude SMITH. Miss Maud WILSON has been the guest of Miss Dewey DeJARNETTE. TAYLORSVILLE, Oct. 26: Mrs. Lula BEAUCHAMP, who has been the guest of relatives here, has returned to Trinidad, Col. Mrs. Maud ROBBINS and daughter, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. P. H. WELCH. Mrs. Ben BOSWORTH and daughter will return soon to their home in Lexington. They have been spending October with Mrs. BOSWORTH's mother, Mrs. Hite GRAVES. Mrs. I. W. BEAUCHAMP, Miss Kathryn BEAUGHAMP, Mrs. H. D. BEAUCHAMP and children have returned from Louisville. Miss Lucille BANTA, of Shelbyville, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. D. HENRY. Mrs. Sallie A. BRIDWELL and Mrs. Emma JONES have gone to Buechel for the winter. Mrs. John REID is in Danville visiting her son, Booker REID, and family. Mrs. Amelia CARRITHERS, of Louisville, is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. HELTON have returned from Laurel county. Miss Tillie CARRITHERS has returned after visiting Misses Bert and Lois MARATTAY, of Little Mount. HARRODSBURG, Oct. 26: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. CURRY and Mrs. Frank D. CURRY returned Wednesday from Clifton Springs, N.Y., Pittsburgh, Pa., and Troy, O. Mrs. Josephine BALL HARRIS and Messrs. Dudley and Howard BALL, of Versailles, and Mrs. Charleston ALEXANDER, of Paris, are the guests of their sister, Mrs. D. L. MOORE. Mrs. George HANDY left Monday for Long Beach, Cal., where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Henry COLEMAN spent part of last week in Louisville, the guest of Miss Pauline OUERBACKER and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry LAFON, of Domino, spent the week-end with their mother and sister, Mrs. John LAFON, Sr., and Miss Mary LAFON. Mrs. Henry Cleveland WOOD has returned from Lexington and Versailles. Mrs. George GAITHER entertained at luncheon Wednesday, complimentary to Mrs. William M. MANGUM and Mrs. William F. HARDY, of New Orleans. Mrs. Henry SOAPER and children, Phoebe and Morgan, were week-end guests of Mrs. SOAPER's sister, Mrs. James REED, and Mr. REED in Lexington. Mrs. D. W. GRUBBS and Mrs. John LAFON, Jr., have returned from Asheville, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Tilden HILL, of Nashville, Tenn., have been the guests of Mrs. HILL's sister, Mrs. Hanly BOHON, and Mr. BOHON. The study department of the Woman's Club met Friday afternoon in the clubrooms of the Public Library. Mrs. Creed TAYLOR has returned home from Louisville. SHEPHERDSVILLE, Oct. 26: Miss Kathleen CROAN, who is attending school at Lexington, spent the week-end here the guest of Ms. C. L. CROAN. Mrs. Bertie GRIFFIN is the guest of friends at West Point. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. HARDESTY were the guess of friends at Lebanon Junction. Mrs. Marvin WELLER and children were guests of Mrs. Embra DEACON for the week-end. Miss Elizabeth WHITE, of Glendale, was the week-eng guest of Mrs. D. O. GOBER. Mrs. J. L. PURDY, of Owensboro, was the week-end guest of Mrs. S. A. HORNBECK. Mr. and Mrs. John DAVIS, of Louisville, were the guests recently of Mrs. Curran TROUTWINE. Mrs. Mary JONES has returned from Cannelton, Ind. MT. WASHINGTON, Oct. 26: Mr. and Mrs. James HARRIS and daughter, Elizabeth, of Owensboro, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McGILL and Mr. and Mrs. George STOUT. Mrs. Martin CLARK entertained ten little girls Wednesday from 6 to 8 o'clock to celebrate the tenth birthday anniversary of her daughter, little Miss Josephine CLARK. Dainty refreshments were served and quite a few nice gifts received. Mrs. Taylor HEDGES left this week for Dallas, Tex., to visit her son. Mr. N. E. BROWN and Miss Ruth BROWN, of Houston, Tex., were the guests the first of the week of Miss Ruth POLK. Mrs. W. L. TROUTMAN entertained at dinner Wednesday in honor of Mesdames Phil and Lee CRUME and Miss Elma McGEE, of Bardstown. Miss Cornelia COLEMAN, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Mary Lee COLEMAN. Mr. and Mrs. Charles JASPER and Mrs. Lou JASPER are spending the week-end in Henryville, Ind., with Misses Emma and Genevieve McCLURE. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas PARRISH, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. HARRIS and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McAFEE have returned from a visit in Louisville and Jeffersonville. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. LUCKETTE have gone to Florida for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Clint SMITH have returned from Belmont. WEST POINT, Oct. 26: Mr. and Mrs. Harry SPENCE and son, of Columbus, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. SPENCE, of Helena, Ark., while on their way to Detroit, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. WITHERS and Mrs. Zorada GEOGHEGAN during the week. Mrs. Mary DROPPELMAN and daughter, Miss Mary DROPPELMAN, of Seattle, Wash., are the guests of Mrs. DROPPELMAN's aunt, Mrs. Mary STAVIG. Mr. and Mrs. Charles CRAWFORD and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse POWELL have returned from a week-end visit to relative at Brandenburg. Mrs. Kate LANSDALE and Mrs. O. F. KING are at Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, O., on account of the critical illness of Mrs. LANSDALE's son, A. J. LANSDALE, who is ill of pneumonia. Misses Cornelia and Bertha WINTERBOWER gave a linen shower Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. O. H. MORROW (nee Miss Mabel RICKETTS). SHELBYVILLE, Oct. 26: Mrs. D. B. ALLEN and daughter, Miss Marguerite ALLEN, left Wednesday for Martinsville Springs, Ind. The Rev. A. R. WILLETT and Mrs. WILLETT have returned from a visit to relatives in Meade county. S. M. SAWIN and daughter, Mrs. Charles SNAPP, of Edinburg, Ind., are visiting Elder P. W. SAWIN and family. The Rev. D. W. WALKER is attending the International Convention of the Disciples of Christ at Kansas City. Mrs. O. B. CROCKETT and her daughter, Nancy, returned from a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. CAMPBELL, in Nicholasville. Mrs. S. Lowry BEARD and daughter left Wednesday to visit friends in Valparaiso, Ind. HOPKINSVILLE, Oct. 26: Miss Elizabeth CAREY, who left here last week for San Francisco, where she was to meet Mr. Slaughter COX and they were to be married, telegraphed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. CAREY, of this city, Monday night that she arrived Monday morning and that the marriage took place later in the day. Mr. and Mrs. COX will go to Pinole, Cal., where the groom has a government position. Mrs. Alvan CLARK has gone to Hattiesburg to join her husband, Lieut. CLARK, at Camp Shelby. Miss Thelma CRAWLEY gave a picture show party to a number of her friends Friday afternoon. Progressive conversation and games were features and the prizes were won by Miss Leland HURT and Mr. John McGOWAN. Then the party attended the show at the Princess Theater, after which they had refreshments. James SKERRITT has resigned his position as office man with W. R. WHEELER's grocery and has gone to Washington, D.C., where he has taken a position as clerk and stenographer in the Adjutant General's department. Mrs. J. W. DUNCAN and daughters, Misses Annabelle, Millena and Martha, have returned to Lexington after visiting Mrs. J. W. HOLESCLAW, of Virginia street. Miss Lucy Baird GANTNER, of Henderson, is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. L. WADLINGTON, on Bryan street. Miss Ruth BIDDLE, of Clarksville, Tenn., is visiting Miss Sophia REEDER on North Main street. Mrs. C. O. WAGNER, of Elkton, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sallie PEACE. Mrs. W. A. BAILEY and son, Fentress, of Paducah, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. WADE. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas BURBRIDGE, of Denver, Col., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter COOK. Mrs. T. W. BLAKEY is at Dawson Springs. Mrs. Lou V. ADAMS is visiting her daughter in Jackson, Tenn. Miss Sallie George BLAKEY is visiting Mrs. Thomas HELM in Bowling Green. Mrs. Virgie MOAYAN and daughter, Miss Jessamine MOAYAN, of Louisville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moses L. ELB. LEBANON JUNCTION, Oct. 26: Miss Lula ISAACS, of Gravel Switch, is the guest of Mrs. I. T. GRAHAM. Miss Minnie WOODS, of Stanford, is the guest of Mrs. R. G. HAMPTON. Miss Hallie BARNETT has returned to Louisville after visiting R. A. COLLINGS and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. HUGHES, of Corbin, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben CLARK. Miss Ruby McNUTT has returned to Louisville after visiting Miss Hassie MILLER. Mrs. Charles STINGER and daughter have returned from Louisville.