Norfolk Landmark, April 13, 1907


Tourists and sportsmen -- Other recreation - OtherInfrastructure -- Public : Sidewalks, etc.Infrastructure -- Public : Colleges

Eastville, Va., April 12 -- The Eastville Literary Circle held the bi-monthly meeting yesterday. The subject of discussion was James Barron Hope. The meetings have been held since the organization around at the private houses until the reading room can be fixed up. This meeting was at the home of Mrs. C. T. Cobb. A study was made of Hope, his character and poetical writings, those taking part in the discussion or reading selections from his work being Rev. W. T. Hundley. Mrs. O. F. Mears, Mrs. Arthur Saunders, Miss Elizabeth Kendall, Mrs. Howard Hall and Mr. T. B. Robertson. The evening was pronounced a very successful one, indeed.

A considerable amount of street improvement has been done in town by Sergeant Carpenter, consisting of opening the drains and building a sidewalk.

The University of Virginia Alumni are to hold a banquet in honor of Jefferson's birthday tomorrow evening at Accomack C. H.

Norfolk Landmark
Norfolk, Virginia
April 13, 1907