Clipped From The Charleston Daily Mail
M iS. G. T. Thayer, Mr. Walton W. Venable and Mr. Ernest r . Venable entertained with a din- i net last evening at the home of I Ifhayer In Kanawha street, in honor their father, Mr. Mathew Walton iyeiiable, who celebrated his seventy- I |Â«th birthday. i". Covers were laid for Mr. and Mnfc | Charles Dice of Lewisburg; Mr. s. E. B. Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. 'Â·sPayn'e, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Painter, j. and Mrs. John Given, Mrs. i iT Cassidy, Mrs. Otis Thayter, Mr. i 5$Ts. "W. B. R. Byrne, Dr. and i Ernest Thompson, Dr. John W. i Moore, Mrs. J. H. Howard, Mr. 1 3Mrs. Walton Venabie, Mr. and f iciest Venable, Mr. Garland Thay- f ^i,: Mr. and Mrs. Harrison B. Jr.^ Mr. Paul Edmunds, Mr. Richard ; Venable, Miss Laura Venable, Miss I JsJteLrgaret Thayer, Mr, G. T. Thayer, Mary Louise Venable, Robert, Dabney, and Douglas Vens Vens able, Mathew 'Walton. Ven*ble the Second. ' ;;2Hr. Venable has four great grand HJJldren, the only one here yester- . ftgty, the others being out of the -\-JJBa,little Miss['Dorothy..Brown Smith, the -young* daughter of Mr. ^.nd iMTiso'n B. Smttft, Jr.", , s Venamlo Going;. Â·. '.?Â».^ : : Â·Â·Â·Â·' ; jjjMisa .Laura. Venable is- one of party wild are sailing in' August with Dr. John W. M'odre, who tot'Soo Chow, China, where'he will t^alve charge of the Medical MJssion- #?.Â· -' " 7 9aiss Venable is a Johns Hopkins ttm-se and was one of the Red jJSrses to sail -with', the first unit trgineral Pershing took across.