Transcription: Hyattsville Society, The Washington Post, March 28, 1915

Transcription: Hyattsville Society, The Washington Post, March 28, 1915

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The following is a transcription from a very poor quality copy of the Washington Post of March 28, 1915.

Every effort has been made to accurately decipher the text, but where this was not possible the text has been represented below by [???an ?. ?????]. In many instances, it’s impossible to even decipher the quantity of letters and/or numerals and/or punctuation. The number of ‘?’ is not a literal representation of the number of characters missing, but a general representation of the size of each segment of text that is visible and readable.
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Hyattsville Society article, Washington Post, March 28, 1915.
Hyattsville Society article, Washington Post, March 28, 1915.

Transcription, The Washington Post, March 28, 1915

Hyattsville Society

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brewer will leave shortly for their new home near Cherrydale, Va.

The Misses Grace and Helen McIntyre of Louisville, Ky., are visiting friends near Chettenham.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Graham Iglehart, of Baltimore, have been visiting the latter’s relatives near Chill[to]n.

Dr. Albert Scott Harding, of Newark, N. J., and Mr. Bruce Harding, of Syracuse, N. Y., have been visiting relatives near Upper Marlboro.

Miss Katherine Righter, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. S. Ward Righter, formerly of this place and now of East Orange, N. J., will spend the Easter holidays as the guest of Miss Dorothy Holden.

Mrs. William G. Maudsley, of Seabrooke, is visiting friends and relatives in Washington.

Mrs. Frank L. Jones, of lower Prince Georges county, visited friends here during the week.

Miss Elizabeth Works, of Philadelphia, has been visiting friends near Woodmore, in the lower section of Prince Georges county.

Mrs. Thomas J. Lancaster, of Boston, Mass., has been visiting friends near Chillum, in the upper section of Prince Georges county.

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Berry and family, who have been spending the winter months in Washington, will return to their country home near Forestville, next month.

Samuel P. Hyatt, of Mitchellsville, has been visiting friends and relatives here in Washington.

J. Lee [D.] [???]it, of Upper Marlboro, has been visiting relatives here.

Masters Richard and Otway Zantzinger return Sunday morning to resume their studies at the Tome Institute, Port D[eposi]t, Maryland.

Miss Carrie Tydings, of Westminster, Md., has returned after a visit to friends near Seat Pleaasant.

Dr. and Mr. Albert R. Hyatt, of Washington, have been visiting Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wells.

The Misses Lillian and Margaret Grange, of Newport News, Va., have returned after a visit of several to friends here and in Washington.

Mr. and Mrs. Jackson H. Ralston, who have been spending the winter months in Washington, will return to Hyattsville about April 15.

Town Treasurer William A. Shepherd has returned from a trip to Pittsburgh and New York city.

A dance was given in the Knights of Pythias Hall Thursday evening, under the management of a committee from the Berwyn Five Hundred Club. About [???] guests were present.

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