Mrs. Irene Irving is a patient at the University Hospital.
Mrs. Alberta Johnson who has been indisposed at her residence on South St. has improved considerably.
Mrs. Rosa Arnette of South First St. left this City last Saturday night for Philadelphia to attend the funeral of her son-in-law, Mr. Joseph Smith, who died last Thursday evening. She will return to this city the latter part of this week.
Mrs. Oakley Farrar Wilson of Osceola, Iowa, is here in the Lewis Reaves home on Hartman Road. Mrs. Wilson is here due to the illness and death of her father, Mr. John H. Farrar, who passed away at the hospital Thursday, March 15th. Mrs. Wilson arrived here just a few hours before the passing of her father. Funeral services were held Sunday at 3:00 P. M. at the First Baptist Church.
Mrs. Lucy Carr of Greenwood, Va., left Sunday evening, March 11th, for Boston, Mass. Mrs. Carr is a sister of Mrs. Lottie Reaves.
Misses Julia and Laura Reaves and Brother Lewis Joseph Reaves were entertained in the home of Mrs. Frank White, last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Poindexter of Orange, Va., Mrs. Mattie Davenport and Miss Frances Jackson were the guests, Sunday, of Mrs. hattie Hearns of Diggs Street.
Little Virginia McGinness remains quite ill at her residence on Brown St.
James M. Edgar, Jr. underwent a minor operation at the University Hospital last Friday. He is improving.
Mr. William Irving, who has been ill at his residence on Pearl Street is improving.
Mrs. Margaret Dade of Warrenton, Va., Miss Virgie Morris of Cobham, Va., and Mrs. Lillian Ashton of Keswick were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Irving of Pearl Street.
Miss Roberta Brown spent the week-end in Advance Mills, Va., visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. Stewart Fuller, Sr., who has been ill at his residence on Booker Street, is able to be out again.
The funeral of Mrs. Louise Jones who died recently, at her residence on Fourth Street, was held at Zion Union, Sunday before last.
Mr. Tinsley Ragland, who has been quite ill for the past three weeks, has improved considerably.
Mrs. Virginia Edwards of Dice Street returned to this city last Friday night after having spent three weeks in New York.
Mr. Horace Porter, who has been ill at his residence on 10 1/2 Street is convalescent.
The Royal Dukes and Duchess were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. T. Haden Monday, March 12, at their residence on 11th St. After the business meeting the hostess served a lovely repast. The remainder of the evening was spent in dancing.
Miss Ora D. Washington, National Tennis Champion and professional basket ball player, passed through the city last Saturday, enroute to Philadelphia. While here, she was the guest of Mrs. Beulah Coles Hayes of West Main St.
Mr. and Mrs. Addison Brown entertained the "We Moderns" social club at their residence on Page Street last Friday night. The hostess served those present and the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing and card playing. The highest scores at card s were madeby Mr. and Mrs. James Martin. Miss Hattie Lightfoot and Miss Sarah Actie were guests to the Club.
A surprise birthday party was given in honor of Mrs. Virginia Woodfolk, by her husband, Mr. Edward Woodfolk, at their residence on 10 1/2 Street Wednesday.
The Duchesses were entertained by the Dukes last Monday night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moon of Anderson Street.
Miss Bertie Evans who has been quite ill at Friedman's Hospital in Washington, D. C., returned to this city last Sunday afternoon. She is convalescing.
The Alumni Association of Virginia State College will meet Friday, March 23 at 8 P. M., at the residence of Miss Penelope Barbour.
Mr. James H. Brown and his mother, Mrs. Nannie Brown of Oak Union, motored to Richmond and spent last weekend there.
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, of Preston Avenue, had as their dinner guests Sunday, Rev. and Mrs. I. A. J. Kennedy and son; Rev. and Mrs. Charlie Hugh of Shipman, Va., Mrs. Gofney, Mr. Henry Allen of Faber, Va., Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barbour and son and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Obie and children, of Staunton, Virginia.
Mrs. Helen Alexander was hostess to the "Elite Social Club" at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Monroe of Page Street last Tuesday evening.
On Thursday evening Mrs. Rosa Fagans entertained the "Felitas Contract Club" at bridge. Contract was played for the first three hours of the evening, after which the hostess served a most refreshing menu.
High scores of the evening were made by and prizes awarded to: Mrs Hattie Henderson, ladies' club prize; Dr. Bernard Coles, men's club prize; Mr. Robert Gafney, men's guest prize; Miss Rosemary M. Jones, ladies' guest prize.
Among the guests to the club were Mrs. Birdie Poindexter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tonsler, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Inge, Misses Marion Wyatt, Gertrude Inge, Rosemary M. Jones, Pocahontas Tonsler, Dr. and Mrs. James Shields of Fredericksburg, Va., Mr. Robert Gafne y and Mrs. Daisy Harris.
The M. M. S. C.'s sponsored a social at the residence of Miss Leola Bell of Anderson Street, last Thursday.