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Items the Rev. Dr. John C. Slier, pastor of the histortc'old church. In the afternoon all gathered again In the church and leiters from those who were unable to attend were read. Music also had an important part In the entertainment. Several organ numbers were rendered by William Timberlake . McChesney, and all joined In the singing of a number of hymns appropriate to the occasion. Quite a few Jokes and pleasures were recalled, and It was decided by all present to make the reunion an annual affair. " After singing "Blest Be the Tie That Binds," all adjourned. Those present were Mr. David W. Timberlake, of Westfield, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kerr, of Staunton; Mr. and Mrs. J. McC. B. McChesney of Fishersvllle; Mr. and Mrs. T. LaMonte Timberlake of Richmond; Mr. Davis Marshall Timberlake of New York City; Mr. Tom Timberlake, Mrs. Ella Timber-lake, and Miss Florrie M. Bartlett. all of Winchester: Mrs. Nellie T. Cave, of Louise; Mrs. 'Daysie T. Crablll, of Strasburg; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Timberlake of Winchester; Mrs. Keightly T. Wilson, of Charles Town, W. Va.; Miss Margaret Timberlake, Mrs. Charles Zirkle and daughter. Mis Dorothy Zirkle, andMis. S. D. Timberlake, all of Staunton; Mrs. J. Lamar Savage, of Clifton Forge; Messrs. John Jr., William T. David H., and LaMonte McChesney; Misses Mary Evelyn and Sue McChesney, of Fishersvllle; Mr. John C. Slier of Tinkling Spring; and Miss Josie Watson and Mr. Harry Watson of Waynesboro. 0 ATKINSON JONES Col. William A. Jones. U. S. A., and Mrs. Jones, of Washington, announce, the marriage of the former's daughter, Gloria Ileen, to Mr, Thomas Withers Atkinson, this city. Th wedding took place at noon Saturday In the Church of the Epiphany, Washington, the assistant rector, the Rev. Richard A. Cartmell, officiating, In the presence of a small company of relatives and Intimate friends. Arrangements for the wedding were as Informal as possible, and Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson left for a wedding trip. They will be at home after Oct. 1 at 334 Sherwood avenue. Mrs. N. S. Nelson, mother of the bride, came from her home in East Orange, N. J., for the wedding, and among others at the ceremony were Miss Elizabeth Atkinson, of Staunton, sister of the bridegroom; Mrs. Harry C. Rose of East Orange, aunt of the bride; Mrs. Henry James Nichols and her son, Mr. Henry James Nichols, of Washington. Mrs. Atkinson attended Gunston Hall school in Washington and was graduated from Mary Baldwin college. BROWNLEY HESTER Captain Thomas G. Hester, medical administrative corps. United States army, and Mrs. Hester announce the marriage of their daughter, Virginia Anne, to Mr. William Spear Brownley Jr of Baltimore. The marriage, took place Aug. 24 at the home of the bride's parents, 3212 Milford avenue, Baltimore, with the Rev. Robert Lee Fultz, of the Methodist Episcopal church of Waynesboro, great-uncle of the bride, officiating. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Brownley left for a brief wedding trip, and upon their return will be at home. 2510 Poplar Drive. Larch-mont, Baltimore, after Sept. 2. Captain Hester Is on duty at headquarters. Third Corps area, Baltimore. Mrs. Brownley Is the granddaughter of Mr. Albert E. Fultz, of Raphlne, and attended State Teachers' college. Harrisonburg. o BRADLEY REUNION A delightful reunion was held Sunday, Aug. 25. at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. Ollie F. Bradley, with the following relatives and friends present: Mr. and Mrs. M.' H. Painter, Mr. and Mrs. J? Y. Anderson and children, Homer and Hattie; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Robertson and son. Mel-ber; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Byers and children, Elsie, Dillard and Billy; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kite and son, Wayne, and Miss Pauline Robert son, all of Montebello; , Mr. and Mrs. Ollie F. Bradley and children, Raymond, James, Mabel, Beulah, and Catherine; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bradley, all of Spoys-wood; Mrs. Henry Painter and children, Lucille. Maxine, and Louise, of Alexandria. Also present In the afternoon were Mrs. J. R. Buchanan, Miss Agnes Fisher, and Mr. Raymond Rankin, of Spottswood. peSals Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Crawford attended the recent polo games at White Sulphur Springs. Mrs. B. C. Jones, of Columbus, O.. has returned to her home after visiting her father, Mr. R. P. Lankford, for several weeks. Mrs. Hugh B. Rice and little daughter, Alice, of Lexington, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin Burwell. in Selma. Messrs. E. H. White, Loy Brewer, and Mr. MeKewn of Nacogdoches, Texas, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Weller, have returned by motor to Texas. Mrs. Whltd who has been here about six weeks, accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. James McCutchen announce the arrival of a son, James Robert, on Aug. 18. Mr. Richard Klise. of Norfolk, Is spending his vacation In the city. Mr and Mrs. Livingston W. Smith and Miss Janetta Smith, of Lexington, are guests of Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. R. H. Catlett, at her home on Berkeley place. Mrs. F. Graham Cootes of New York City, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. H. Pilson on East Beverley street. Mr. Cootes will also arrive in a short time. While here they will be the recipients of a number of entertainments by their old friends in Staunton. Mr. and Mrs. Tom M., Nelson Jr., who have been visiting the latter's mother, Mrs. S. E. Parker, for some time, have returned to their home in Albany. Ga. Mrs. Nelson was formerly Miss Margaret Parker of this city. The Rev. and Mrs. J. Ed Reece, Mrs. Stewart, and Mrs. Moore, of Washington. N.C.. were week-end guesU of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Early at their home on North Madison street. Lieutenant and Mrs. Leonard Gardner, Mrs. Holmes Yeakley, and Mrs .Tnhn o. Stott motored to Richmond yesterday to spen& Lieutenant Gardner, who

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  1. The News Leader,
  2. 27 Aug 1935, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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